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New Mexico Courts

Tribunales de Nuevo México

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


RFP - Electronic Payment Processing for all New Mexico Courthouses (RFP# FY20 CPP)


Electronic Payment Processing for all New Mexico Courthouses (RFP# FY20 CPP)

Due Date: November 4, 2019, 3:00 PM MDT/MST

The purpose of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit sealed proposals to establish a contract through competitive negotiations for the procurement of a stand-alone, electronic payment terminal system for point-of-sale fee collections via credit or debit cards at all New Mexico district, metropolitan, and magistrate courthouses.

ALL OFFEROR PROPOSALS MUST BE RECEIVED FOR REVIEW AND EVALUATION BY THE PROCUREMENT MANAGER OR DESIGNEE NO LATER THAN 3:00 PM MDT/MST ON November 4, 2019. Proposals received after this deadline will not be accepted. The date and time of receipt will be recorded on each proposal. 

Name : Kerry Armour, Procurement Manager
FY20 Court Payment Processing RFP
Address: Administrative Office of the Courts
325 Don Gaspar, Suite 100
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone: (505) 827-4393
Fax: (505) 827-4824

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