New Car Rental RFP From the GBTA Foundation

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The GBTA Foundation has announced a new GBTA Request for Proposal (RFP) for Car Rental, developed in partnership with Enterprise. The updated RFP is global, includes a sustainability module and is more efficient and easier to use, the GBTA said. 

A task force made up of representatives from across the industry including car rental agencies, travel management companies and buyers worked to update and develop this new resource for the 2017 negotiating season and beyond. The global RFP was developed to be easier to use, more efficient, and more effective at specifying what the customer is looking for and establishing the evaluation criteria for assessment.  

This truly impressive resource is the result of an extensive process and the culmination of a lot of hard work with stakeholders across the travel industry. Over several months, the task force reviewed the existing Car Rental RFP, updated sections where necessary, removed outdated pieces, discussed what might be missing and also added a completely new sustainability module.

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Available free of charge to all, this RFP is designed to become the new industry standard for travel professionals, simplifying and easing the RFP process, the GBTA said. Download the new Car Rental RFP here.

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