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PURCHASING

The Purchasing department ensures that all procurement procedures are followed according to the state and district procurement code. Purchasing assures that all bids meet proper standards. All district purchases go through the Purchasing department.

Richard DeLoia Chief Procurement Officer 505-247-0234
Ricardo Varela Purchasing Agent 505-247-0234
Charles Gurule Parts Clerk 505-247-0234

REQUEST FOR BIDS

Slide Gates & Parts 11-16-2023
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Plastic Pipe 11-16-2023
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Machine Mowers 08-17-2023
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Remote Control Mini Trench Roller 07-24-2023
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Portable Air Compressor 07-24-2023
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Uniforms 04-14-2023
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Herbicide 03-02-2023
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Otero Lateral Culvert Crossing  01-26-2023
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Corrugated Pipe and Bands 01-26-2023
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Plastic Pipe 11-18-2022
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Automation of Canal Gates 11-18-2022
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Irrigation Pumps 11-10-2022
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Machine Mowers 10-24-2022
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Prefabricated Pedestrian Bridge 09-16-2022
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

Outfall Monitoring Services – 02-22-2024

RFP Notice
Outfall Monitoring RFP


Claims Investigator Services – 10-01-2023

RFP Notice
Claims Investigator Services RFP


On-Call Engineering Services – 04-14-2023

RFP Notice
On-Call Engineering Services RFP


Infrastructure On-Call Contractor – 04-14-2023

RFP Notice
Infrastructure On-Call Contractor RFP


Janitorial Services – 04-03-2023

RFP Notice
Janitorial Services RFP


Lobbyist Services – 10-04-2022

RFP Notice
Consultant and Lobbyist Services RFP



NOTICE OF INTENT FOR RFP'S

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