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Receiving an RFQ

Introducing RFQs
A Request for Quotation (RFQ) is used by an organisation to source goods and services for a project. RFQs are generally issued on an ad-hoc basis, as requir...
How to request a contract deviation
Sometimes you may need to deviate from the standard terms and conditions of an engagement. Felix gives you the ability to request contract deviations prior ...
How to View an RFQ
You will be notified when an organisation publishes an RFQ which requests services that match with your capabilities. Once you have received an RFQ to reply...
Understanding job details
The first section you see when opening an RFQ is the Job Details. This section contains basic information about the overall job. Tip:  You can learn mo...
How to update a contract deviation request
When you submit a contract deviation request, it is sent to the organisation for approval. You may be asked to update your request to comply with the organi...
How to respond to an RFQ
After indicating your interest in providing a quote and reviewing the relevant details within the RFQ it is time to begin drafting a response. This guide wi...
How to indicate your interest in an RFQ
Before you can view certain details within an RFQ you must first indicate your interest in responding. Until you have indicated your interest in responding ...
How to correspond about contract deviations
When submitting a contract deviation request, you may wish to correspond with the organisation. Felix gives you the ability to correspond with organisations...
Types of RFQ messages
Sometimes an organisation will issue updates or notices about an RFQ. To do this the organisation will send a message within the RFQ. There four distinct ty...
How to accept a special condition
If an organisation approves your contract deviation request they can then create a special condition that requires acceptance from both parties. Accept a s...