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Listed below are Requests for Quotation (RFQs), Requests for Proposal (RFPs), and Invitations for Bid (IFBs) for vendor products and services solicited by the San Diego Superior Court. Qualified vendors are invited to review and respond to these requests.
RFQs, RFPs, and IFBs that are closed, may be viewed on the Archive Page(Court Bid solictations from April 15, 2013 to September 2, 2013).
Protest Policy All protests will be handled in accordance with the San Diego Superior Court’s Procurement Protest Policy (SDSC Form #ADM-244).
Open Requests for Qualification, Requests for Proposal, and Invitations for Bid
Court Bid Solicitations posted as of September 3, 2013
San Diego Superior Court has partnered with BidSync Inc., to provide bid and proposal solicitation publishing, notification and electronic processing services. To receive automatic notifications of Court solicitations or to respond to an electronic bid, please register with BidSync as a supplier.
Disabled Veterans Business Enterprises (DVBE)
Information for DVBEs The San Diego Superior Court may provide an incentive to bidders and proposers that are certified DVBEs, or who commit to subcontract with certified DVBEs. See individual RFQs, RFPs, and IFBs to determine if an incentive is being offered for the solicitation.
DVBE Certification Process The Office of Small Business and DVBE Services (OSDS) is responsible for the DVBE certification process and will assist with questions or concerns about the process. Certification and eligibility requirements are available on the OSDS website.
DVBE Advocate The San Diego Superior Court has appointed a DVBE Advocate to assist with questions or concerns. The Advocate helps identify potential DVBE contracting opportunities and helps make information regarding pending solicitation available to certified DVBEs.
Questions and requests for assistance related to DVBE issues should be directed to the DVBE Advocate at [email protected].
DVBE Incentive Qualification Declaration & Instructions (SDSC Form PUR-003/PUR-003 A)