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This page provides information about Requests for Proposals, Information, or Letters from the Administrative Office of the Courts and the Judicial Information Division.

RFP: Eviction and Prevention Diversion Program

RFP: Eviction and Prevention Diversion Program

Notice of correction RFP Eviction Diversion Pgm 9-27-21

Open Date: Sept 24, 2021

Close Date and time: Oct 25, 2021 5pm MST

Purpose: In accordance with the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, the Administrative Office of the Courts is recruiting contractors to create and oversee a statewide Eviction and Prevention Diversion Program within the Metropolitan and magistrate courts to assist landlords and tenants with a goal of preserving tenancy.

Contact for submitting RFP: Kerry Armour, aockla@nmcourts.gov 505.412.9163

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