Learn About Writing RFPs for E-Discovery Services

Drafting a request for proposal for e-discovery services is not high up on my list of things I enjoy doing. It’s often a challenge putting into words what your case team needs for either a specific case or for general preferred vendor pricing. Having been on the service provider side, too, it’s equally as challenging responding to a request for proposal since they normally are not written the same way your “Standard Pricing” is outlined. The goal of any RFP is to be able to compare “apples to apples” and “oranges to oranges.” Here is a video a found this morning that aims to teach how to write an RFP so that you meet that objective.