Welcome to the TEAM RFP Program. This section is dedicated to those organizations seeking full-service management. Please use the following instructions to guide you through the process:
- Fill out the online RFP form (available on the following page). Please note that all information on the form is required. If you are not able to complete the application in one sitting, we ask that you compile all of the information first and then return to complete the form.
- Upload supplementary documents at the bottom of the RFP form. Provide as much information about your organization as possible. Finances, bylaws, and your strategic plan are highly recommended.
- Note: Supporting Document is required. This document allows you to explain your organization in your own words. It also allows you to expand upon the information you have provided in the RFP form.
- Support Document Template — The Supporting Document is the place where you share information about your organization’s needs and operations. The document provides you with a template and instructions to prepare an RFP that will give prospective AMCs all of the information they need to develop a quality, thorough proposal for your review. As a Word document you can save the text on your computer, input your information, delete the instructional text, and re-save it as your own document.
- Sample Supporting Document — This sample provides you examples of information the typical association provides to prospective association management companies.
- Submit your RFP. You will immediately receive a confirmation message on your screen. Please allow 2-3 business days for your RFP to be reviewed by a TEAM staff member. This is a review to simply ensure all required materials are present; it is not a review of the content itself. Someone will contact you if there are any questions. Once your RFP has been posted you will receive a confirmation email.
- Responses to Proposals. AMC Members interested in your RFP will respond directly to you.
- Guidelines for Selecting an AMC. We have developed suggested steps to help you through the process of selecting an Association Management Company. Click here to view the recommendations.