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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 - First Judicial District Court Adult Drug Court Program AND The Santa Fe County Magistrate DWI Drug Court Program

05/30/2019

RFP - First Judicial District Court Adult Drug Court Program AND The Santa Fe County Magistrate DWI Drug Court Program

Due Date: June 19, 2019 at 3:00 PM MDT
LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

This RFP is being issed to hire a Contactor to work with the First Judicial District Court (FJDC) Adult Drug Court Program and the Santa Fe County Magistrate DWI Drug Court Program to provide substance abuse treatment. 

The FDJC has designated a Procurement Manager who is responsible for the conduct of this procurement whose name, address and telephone numer is listed below: 

Michael Nunez
Drug Court Program Manager
First Judicial District Court
225 Montezuma Ave. 
P.O. Box 2268
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Phone (505) 455-8252 Fax (505) 455-8189

All submissions via postal service and all deliveries via express courier should be addresses to and sent to the above address.   

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