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The Court uses RFPs (Request for Proposal), RFIs (Request for Information), and RFQs (Request for Quote) to procure services, products, and information from vendors - outside agencies and private industry. If there are open RFPs/RFIs/RFQs at this time, they would be listed on the:


For example, as the result of an RFP, the Court may accept a bid from a vendor for a contract to run a food service station at the Court, or a contract to provide legal or other support services in such areas as Juvenile Dependency or Drug Court.

Vendors should submit written proposals in the manner described in the document(s) listed in the specific RFP, RFI, or RFQ document, when posted.

Once a vendor has been selected from the bidders, a letter stating this will be posted on the Intent to Award page.

Court Vendor List: If you would like to be added to our vendor list, please complete and submit the online Vendor List Request form.

Subscribe to RSS: These requests are frequently announced on the Court's RSS feed, so you may want to subscribe to the Court RSS news feed.

Small Business (SB) and Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) Programs

The Superior Court in Santa Clara County welcomes Small Business (SB) and Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) contractors and suppliers as business partners.

The State of California established the SB and DVBE Certification Programs to increase business opportunities for the SB and DVBE community. The programs help SBs and DVBEs participate on a more level playing field when competing for state contracts.

Please see the following pages on our website for more information:

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