Is it too much to ask client details and rate confirmation before submitting consultant's contact details

Hello,

 For the consultants not under my W2 I need rate confirmation and client details to provide to the consultant's employer before submitting consultant's contact details. But some vendors are not ready to reveal that or confirm the rate.  Yet they want me to provide resume, contact details.  They mention that" After talking to the consultant only they can confirm the rate and disclose client details".

Normally employer don't like to submit the resume without rate confirmation or client details.Is it okay to give information before any kind of confirmation?  Am i doing wrong asking for everything ? 

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I don't agree with giving the contact info, etc, without confirming billing and pay information.  YOU are the conduit for this relationship and should be included in every step, including the one where you faciliate the information.  You should have the conversation about money BEFORE submitting candidate information.  No question, in my opinion.

Thanks for your reply Linda...

Linda Ferrante LoCicero said:

I don't agree with giving the contact info, etc, without confirming billing and pay information.  YOU are the conduit for this relationship and should be included in every step, including the one where you faciliate the information.  You should have the conversation about money BEFORE submitting candidate information.  No question, in my opinion.

No it is not too much to ask.  Like Linda said you are the conduit, putting the relationship together. 

I also make it a point to discuss all pay information even before starting the search.  That way we're on the same page with no confusion. 

Good luck!

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