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The NAPCP Releases Guide to Creating a Commercial Card RFP

Thursday, February 13, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Terri Brustad

The NAPCP Higher Education Advisory Team (HEAT) has compiled a 15-page Guide to Creating a Commercial Card Request for Proposal (RFP) for the purpose of providing organizations with a comprehensive road map to help navigate through the process.

The guide examines:

  • Role of RFPs
  • Identifying Key Players for Project Team
  • Role of the Card Issuer/Provider
  • Analyzing a Program's Current Processes
  • Knowing your Contracting Requirements and Options
  • Objectives of the RFP
  • Developing an Evaluation Team
  • Researching Your Card Program's Technology Needs
  • Analyzing Content and Requirements
  • Revenue Share
  • What Do Card Issuers Typically Like to See?
  • Writing, Revising and Finalizing the RFP
  • Evaluations and Rating the Proposals
  • Items to Consider During Contract Negotiations and Award
  • Other Considerations
  • Conclusion

Members and subscribers >> Click here to review the guide.

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