PMP Exam Question 66

Aligned with PMBOK 6th Edition®.

Bidding Documents

You are the project manager in the development of a new phone. As part of the procurement process, you need from sellers more information on the goods and services to be acquired. What is the name of the bidding document to be sent to sellers?

A. Request for information.
B. Request for quotation.
C. Technical request.
D. Request for proposal.

3 responses on "PMP Exam Question 66"

  1. PMP Solution 66

    Bid documents are used to solicit proposals from prospective sellers.Depending on the goods or services needed, the bidding documents can include;
    -Request for information (RFI). An RFI is used when more information on the goods and services to be acquired is needed from the sellers. It will typically be followed by an RFQ or RFP.
    -Request for quotation (RFQ). An RFQ is commonly used when more information is needed on how vendors would satisfy the requirements and/or how much it will cost.
    -Request for proposal (RFP). An RFP is used when there is a problem in the project and the solution is not easy to determine. This is the most formal of the “request for” documents and has strict procurement rules for content, timeline, and seller responses. Therefore, the right choice for this question is A. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 477] [Project Procurement Management]


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