Where and how to find new web or technology RFPs

There are two ways to find new RFPs as outlined below:

1. Manual Search

2. Subscribe to RFP resources

1.Manual Search: 

There are various ways to find an RFP manually through Google search and on social media sites using Boolean search and other search parameters. The Boolean search allows you to limit and define your search options to get accurate results.

For an example assume I want to search new website RFPs through Google search engine. My search text would as following:

“website” + “request for proposal”

and I’d select region in advance search setting to get RFPs from a specific region and use the Tools filter to show results available from past week or past 24 hours.

The above search parameters using “[text here]” implies that the text in-between the inverted comma must be there in the search result in the exact format and text as provided.

The same theory applies when you search on various social media including LinkedIn and Facebook. The former is widely used by the NGOs and other private organizations to market their RFPs.

2.Subscribe to RFP Resources:

There are various paid RFP resources and professional bid service provider in the market, but there are only true free RFP listings that provide information on the new RFPs free of cost; RFPCLUB.COM (RFP Club) and RFPDB.com (RFP Database). The later however is based on credits that you can earn through uploading a unique RFP or through purchasing the credits.


RFP Club is the latest addition in the list of RFP service provider that sources new RFPs from various government, state, municipality, public, private, NGOs, and social media platform and post on its website to make it available for you free of cost.

According to a study (State of the RFP 2019 by Bonfire) 12% of the RFPs only receive one submission. Difficulty in finding the right opportunities is one of the reason that vendors do not bid. RFP Club aims at providing all new RFPs at one source free of cost through an easy to use platform that requires no registration or log in to access new RFPs. RFP Club currently provides only technology RFPs (that includes RFPs for website, web applications, software, digital development, various management information system rfps, and others) issued by the various public, private, and non-profits in the United States and other categories are coming soon.

You can also subscribe to its free Telegram channel to receive instant notification of new RPFs added to RFPCLUB.com directly on your mobile.


The RFP Database (RFPdb) is a B2B marketplace and exchange for Requests for Proposals enabling organizations (non-profit, corporate, government) to announce their competitive bid projects for free, while also giving agencies a wide range of potential projects to choose from. The RFPdb announces hundreds of RFPs each month, and since there are no registration fees, commissions or sliding scale of lead costs (maximum lead cost of $2), companies of all sizes are able to take advantage of the leads we provide.

Other Commonly used paid alternatives include:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.