Open Bids and Specifications
RFQ 2022-22: Newton County Engineering Services
The Newton County Commission invites you to respond to RFQ 2022-22 Newton County Engineering Services.
The Newton County Commission is offering a request for qualifications from engineering firms for general engineering services.
The selection of an engineer will be based on the company’s qualifications in accordance with RSMo 8.289.
Questions will be answered by the office of the Newton County Commission. Please call Commissioner Alan Cook at 417 451 8223.
RFQ 2022-22 Newton County Engineering Services will be received by the Newton County Commission; 101 South Wood Street; Suite 309, Neosho, MO; 64850; until 10:30 a.m. August 18, 2022. RFQ received after the above designated time will remain unopened. All RFQs shall be submitted sealed in envelopes and marked "RFQ 2022-22 Newton County Engineering Services”.
Notices of Sole Vendors
Per MO State Statue 50.783
Posted June 14, 2022
Newton County Commission has determined that there is only one single feasible source for time clocks for our Executime time keeping system. It is Tyler Technologies, Tyler, TX.
Posted March 24, 2021
Newton County Commission has determined that there is only one single feasible source for the 2021-22 NVRA Canvass of Voters. It is Edward J Rice Company, Springfield, MO.
Posted March 24, 2021
Newton County Commission has determined that there is only one single feasible source for Tasers used at the Sheriff’s Department. It is Axon Enterprise, Inc.’s TASER Conducted Energy Weapons, Scottsdale, AZ.
Posted December 1, 2020
Newton County intends to purchase additional electronic access devises. Atronic Alarms is the existing vendor for Newton County. Atronic Alarms would be the sole source of any additions and maintenance for existing access equipment.
Posted November 4, 2020
Newton County wants to purchase (3) Motorola Command Post W/first net router (mobile call-taking positions) A T &T is the existing 911 call taking vendor for Newton County. A T & T would be the sole source of any additions and maintenance for existing 911 equipment.
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Section 504/ADA Compliance
If you are in need of disability related auxiliary aids or services, contact the County Clerk's Office at 417-451-8221.
Wheelchair access is through the north ramp entrance and throughout the Courthouse via the elevator.
Handicap restrooms are located on the third floor.
An assistive listening device is located in the second floor courtroom.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF ALL COUNTY OPEN BIDS. FOR A COMPLETE LIST, PLEASE CHECK THE LOCAL NEWSPAPERS.