Request methods such as requests for information (RFIs), requests for quotation (RFQs), and requests for proposal (RFPs) are used to obtain pertinent information from potential suppliers. Based on the organization you have selected, respond to the following questions:What types of material or services will your organization purchase from outside suppliers? What are the differences between RFIs, RFQs, and RFPs? Which request type (RFI, RFQ, or RFP) would be used for your organization? Explain why you chose this request type. HERES THE SECOND PART!!! Complete the Bid and Proposal Documents section of the Procurement Plan Project as follows: This section should detail the request types you will use, and it should specify the criteria (specifications and features that you want) for materials or services purchased. How will these requests be used to get information from potential suppliers? Describe the criteria required for the materials or services purchased. How will the criteria for the materials or services purchased be incorporated into the request types? Update the Table of Contents and Reference sections of your Procurement Plan each week as needed.