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GOP RFPs, Yesterday and Today

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, March 12 2009

Former McCain online aide Mark SooHoo digs into the archives for a 2002 Request for Proposal for the rebuilding of GOP.com from then-RNC eCampaign director Chuck DeFeo. The document makes for an interesting contrast to the RFPs the RNC is currently circulating, with the 14-page document detailing everything from the audiences the site should target ("party loyalists," "persuadable voters") to how the backend database should be designed to how user accounts should function. Have a look.

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