Administrative Services

Administrative Services Division

The Administrative Services Division (ASD) encompasses Financial Services, Information Services, and Human Resources.  ASD serves as a resource and provides support to the Divisions and Boards and Commissions within the Regulation and Licensing Department, in coordination with other state agencies, such as Department of Finance and Administration, Legislative Finance Committee, State Purchasing, State Treasurer’s Office, Department of Information Technology, and the State Personnel Office.

The Financial Services function provides fiscal support and oversight, financial advice, accounting, budget preparation and management, procurement, and fleet/telecommunication services.  The goal is to deliver the best service and support to every employee to ensure the most efficient and effective utilization of the New Mexico taxpayer’s money.

Human Resources plays a vital role in the success of the Department by ensuring compliance with all federal and state laws, personnel and payroll rules and regulations, agency policies and procedures, as well as collective bargaining standards.  Human Resources is also responsible for the review and processing of personnel transaction requests, policy matters, support and services related to employment, benefits, compensation, classification and human resource programs that enable the department to maximize its customer service efforts for the state of New Mexico.

NM Regulation and Licensing Department
Administrative Services Division
2550 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 476-4800
(505) 476-4520 Fax

Request for Proposal

Requests by NMRLD made to the public for proposals, bids, services, quotes, and invitation to bids are published here.

Licensing and Testing Services
January 6, 2023
Close date: January 17, 2023

Question and Answers

The purpose of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit sealed proposals to establish a contract through competitive negotiations for the procurement of services in administering the licensing/certification program for the Construction Industries Division (CID) and Manufactured Housing Division (MHD) and developing and administering examinations required for licensure or certification for CID and for the MHD. The services will be provided pursuant to the following laws: the Construction Industries Licensing Act; the Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Compressed Natural Gas Act; Manufactured Housing Licensing Act; and applicable chapters of the New Mexico Administrative Code.

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