Court Contracted Services
COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEYS
The court is no longer soliciting for Court Appointed Attorneys for the fiscal year July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023. Please see the Court Appointed Attorneys page for more information.
The court is currently seeking proposals to provide stenographic court reporting services in Clearwater, Dade City, and New Port Richey.
The Court is currently soliciting for new or additional Experts.
GUARDIANSHIP EXAMINING COMMITTEE & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES EXAMINING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
The Court is currently soliciting for Members to serve on the Guardianship Examining & Developmental Disabilities Examining Committees.
HEARING OFFICERS - CIVIL TRAFFIC INFRACTION
The Court is not soliciting for Civil Traffic Infraction Hearing Officers. If the situation changes, we will post a notice of a solicitation in this space.
HEARING OFFICERS - SMALL CLAIMS
The Court is not soliciting for Small Claims Hearing Officers. If the situation changes, we will post a notice of a solicitation in this space.
INTERPRETERS - FOREIGN
- Individual Foreign Spoken Language Interpreter Information Sheet
- SEE Sixth Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 2018-034
- SEE Rule 14.100 for information
- SEE Fla. R. Jud. Admin. 2.560(e)(1)
- SEE Florida Courts information on Court Interpreting
INTERPRETERS - SIGN LANGUAGE
The Court is seeking Sign language interpreters.
INTERPRETERS - SPANISH
The Court is not soliciting for Spanish spoken language interpreters. If the situation changes, we will post a notice of a solicitation in this space.
The Court is not soliciting for juvenile arbitrators. If the situation changes and the Court has a need for additional arbitrators, we will post a notice of a solicitation in this space.
- Administrative Order 2004-058 Community Arbitration/Juvenile Arbitration Program
- Rule of Juvenile Procedure 8.185
- Florida Statute 985.16
The Court is soliciting Small Claims court-appointed Mediators in Pasco County. Solicitation has been extended.
Parenting coordinators help parents create a plan to resolve disputes, typically during a divorce, that touch on issues affecting their children, such as visitation and school choice. A judge appoints a parenting coordinator during a family-related proceeding. A list of currently-approved parenting coordinators can be found here. If you are interested in becoming a parenting coordinator, see Supreme Court order AOSC14-64. At the bottom of Administrative Order AOSC16-94 is an application. Completed applications should be sent to Michelle Ardabily, Chief Deputy Court Administrator, Sixth Judicial Circuit, Administrative Office of the Courts, 14250 49th St. N., Suite 1250, Clearwater, FL 33762.
ALL VENDORS - FISCAL REQUIREMENTS
Each vendor must have a “Substitute Form W-9” on file electronically with the Florida Department of Financial Services (DFS). If you have not already submitted a “Substitute Form W-9” online, please visit the DFS website to create a profile and upload the information for your “Substitute Form W-9.” W-9 Requirements
You must also register as a vendor with the State of Florida.
Register at My Florida Marketplace
You must also register as a vendor with the E-Verify.
Register at E-Verify