Security RFP shortcomings solved with new RFP portal from IAPSC
The International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC) is offering new resources to help organizations become more effective at creating and distributing
security requests for proposals
(RFPs). "Success with your security project starts with the security RFP. Too often, organizations fail to ask the right questions or fail to distribute the RFP broadly to qualified professionals," said Harold Gillens, PSP, CFC, CHS-III, President of IAPSC. "As the leading association for professional security consultants, we saw the need to make this process easier and more productive." IAPSC has improved the security RFP process by creating guidelines, templates and a distribution tool for security project RFPs. Found at
, the new information and tools make it easier for organizations to successfully navigate the security RFP process.
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