Phillip Smith

Request for proposal: Democracy Now! seeks CiviCRM expert.

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Democracy Now!, a long-time open-source software focused organization (and my personal favourite daily news show), is seeking technical assistance with a large CiviCRM project. You can read the full RFP on their Web site. Quick summary is:

Democracy Now! seeks to implement a Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) system using CiviCRM to manage constituent relationships with donors and prospects, activists, stations, webstore customers, volunteers, and other constituents.

The overarching objective of the project is to increase the effectiveness of Democracy Now!'s global website and e-communications for both internal users (i.e. Democracy Now! Development and Outreach staff) as well as external users (i.e independent media consumers).

It appears that short expressions of interest are due by March 3rd. Great endorsement of CiviCRM by an award-winning news program that is now broadcast on over 800 radio and television stations worldwide.

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