HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS AND FINANCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR

                                                                         HOUSE BILLS 2, 3, 4, 5 AND 6

49TH LEGISLATURE - STATE OF NEW MEXICO - FIRST SESSION, 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AN ACT

 

MAKING GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES BY STATE AGENCIES REQUIRED BY LAW.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO:

     Section 1. SHORT TITLE.--This act may be cited as the “General Appropriation Act of 2009".

     Section 2. DEFINITIONS.--As used in the General Appropriation Act of 2009:

            A. “agency” means an office, department, agency, institution, board, bureau, commission, court, district attorney, council or committee of state government;

           B. “efficiency” means the measure of the degree to which services are efficient and productive and is often expressed in terms of dollars or time per unit of output;

           C. “explanatory” means information that can help users to understand reported performance measures and to evaluate the significance of underlying factors that may have affected the reported information;

           D. “federal funds” means any payments by the United States government to state government or agencies except those payments made in accordance with the federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act;

           E. “full-time equivalent” or “FTE” means one or more authorized positions that alone or together receives or receive compensation for not more than two thousand eighty-eight hours worked in fiscal year 2010. The calculation of hours worked includes compensated absences but does not include overtime, compensatory time or sick leave paid pursuant to Section 10-7-10 NMSA 1978;

           F. “general fund” means that fund created by Section 6-4-2 NMSA 1978 and includes federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act receipts and those payments made in accordance with the federal block grant and the federal Workforce Investment Act, but excludes the general fund operating reserve, the appropriation contingency fund, the tax stabilization reserve and any other fund, reserve or account from which general appropriations are restricted by law;

           G. “interagency transfers” means revenue, other than internal service funds, legally transferred from one agency to another;                            

           H. “internal service funds” means:

                 (1) revenue transferred to an agency for the financing of goods or services to another agency on a cost-reimbursement basis; and

                 (2) balances in agency internal service fund accounts appropriated by the General Appropriation Act of 2009;

           I. “other state funds” means:

                 (1) nonreverting balances in agency accounts, other than in internal service funds accounts, appropriated by the General Appropriation Act of 2009; 

                 (2) all revenue available to agencies from sources other than the general fund, internal service funds, interagency transfers and federal funds; and

                 (3) all revenue, the use of which is restricted by statute or agreement;

           J. “outcome” means the measure of the actual impact or public benefit of a program;

           K. “output” means the measure of the volume of work completed or the level of actual services or products delivered by a program;

           L. “performance measure” means a quantitative or qualitative indicator used to assess a program;

           M. “quality” means the measure of the quality of a good or service produced and is often an indicator of the timeliness, reliability or safety of services or products produced by a program;

           N. “revenue” means all money received by an agency from sources external to that agency, net of refunds and other correcting transactions, other than from issue of debt, liquidation of investments or as agent or trustee for other governmental entities or private persons; and

           O. “target” means the expected level of performance of a program’s performance measures.

     Section 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS.--

           A. Amounts set out under column headings are expressed in thousands of dollars.

          B. Amounts set out under column headings are appropriated from the source indicated by the column heading. All amounts set out under the column heading “Internal Service Funds/Interagency Transfers” are intergovernmental transfers and do not represent a portion of total state government appropriations. All information designated as “Total” or “Subtotal” is provided for information and amounts are not appropriations. 

           C. Amounts set out in Section 4 of the General Appropriation Act of 2009, or so much as may be necessary, are appropriated from the indicated source for expenditure in fiscal year 2010 for the objects expressed.

           D. Unexpended balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2009 shall revert to the general fund by October 1, 2009, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act of 2009 or otherwise provided by law.

           E. Unexpended balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2010 shall revert to the general fund by October 1, 2010, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act of 2009 or otherwise provided by law.

           F. The state budget division shall monitor revenue received by agencies from sources other than the general fund and shall reduce the operating budget of any agency whose revenue from such sources is not meeting projections. The state budget division shall notify the legislative finance committee of any operating budget reduced pursuant to this subsection.

           G. Except as otherwise specifically stated in the General Appropriation Act of 2009, appropriations are made in that act for the expenditures of agencies and for other purposes as required by existing law for fiscal year 2010. If any other act of the first session of the forty-ninth legislature changes existing law with regard to the name or responsibilities of an agency or the name or purpose of a fund or distribution, the appropriation made in the General Appropriation Act of 2009 shall be transferred from the agency, fund or distribution to which an appropriation has been made as required by existing law to the appropriate agency, fund or distribution provided by the new law.

           H. The department of finance and administration will regularly consult with the legislative finance committee staff to compare fiscal year 2010 revenue collections with the revenue estimate. If the analyses indicate that revenues and transfers to the general fund are not expected to meet appropriations, then the department shall present a plan to the legislative finance committee that outlines the methods by which the administration proposes to address the deficit.

           I. Pursuant to Sections 6-3-23 through 6-3-25 NMSA 1978, agencies whose revenue from state board of finance loans, from revenue appropriated by other acts of the legislature, or from gifts, grants, donations, bequests, insurance settlements, refunds or payments into revolving funds exceeds specifically appropriated amounts may request budget increases from the state budget division. If approved by the state budget division, such money is appropriated.

           J. Pursuant to Section 6-4-2 NMSA 1978, federal funds received during fiscal year 2010 and not specifically appropriated shall be subject to future appropriation by the legislature provided, however, that an agency may request a budget increase during fiscal year 2010 from the state budget division if the agency submits documentation to the state budget division and to the legislative finance committee showing that all of the following five requirements have been met:

                 (1) the requested budget increase is for federal funds the amount of which could not have been reasonably anticipated or known during the first session of the forty-ninth legislature and, therefore, could not have been requested by the agency or appropriated by the legislature;

                 (2) the federal law authorizing the disbursement of the federal funds to the state requires the funds to be expended for specific programs or specific governmental functions without leaving a policy choice to the state of how the funds are to be expended;

                 (3) the state has no discretion as to the programs or governmental functions for which the federal funds will be expended;

                 (4) the executive branch has had no input into the selection of the programs or governmental functions for which the federal funds are required to be expended; and

                 (5) due to the emergency nature of the purpose of the federal funds or the likelihood that the federal funds will be unavailable in the future, the funds need to be budgeted and expended before the second session of the forty-ninth legislature.

           K. For fiscal year 2010, the number of permanent and term full-time-equivalent positions specified for each agency shows the maximum number of employees intended by the legislature for that agency, unless another provision of the General Appropriation Act of 2009 or another act of the first session of the forty-ninth legislature provides for additional employees.

           L. Except for gasoline credit cards used solely for operation of official vehicles, telephone credit cards used solely for official business and procurement cards used as authorized by Section 6-5-9.1 NMSA 1978, none of the appropriations contained in the General Appropriation Act of 2009 may be expended for payment of agency-issued credit card invoices.

           M. To prevent unnecessary spending, expenditures from the General Appropriation Act of 2009 for gasoline for state-owned vehicles at public gasoline service stations shall be made only for self-service gasoline provided that a state agency head may provide exceptions from the requirement to accommodate disabled persons or for other reasons the public interest may require.

           N. For the purpose of administering the General Appropriation Act of 2009 and approving operating budgets, the state of New Mexico shall follow the modified accrual basis of accounting for governmental funds in accordance with the manual of model accounting practices issued by the department of finance and administration.     Section 4. FISCAL YEAR 2010 APPROPRIATIONS.--

A. LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL SERVICE: 

(1) Legislative building services:

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,922.9                                           2,922.9

(b)    Contractual services             160.1                                             160.1

(c)    Other                        1,049.2                                           1,049.2

Authorized FTE: 55.00 Permanent; 4.00 Temporary

(2) Energy council dues:

Appropriations:                          32.0                                              32.0

Subtotal                             [4,164.2]                                          4,164.2

TOTAL LEGISLATIVE                         4,164.2                                            4,164.2

B. JUDICIAL

SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY:

The purpose of the supreme court law library is to provide and produce legal information for the judicial, legislative and executive branches of state government, the legal community and the public at large so they may have equal access to the law, effectively address the courts, make laws and write rules, better understand the legal system and conduct their affairs in accordance with the principles of law.

    Appropriations: 

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                687.2                                             687.2

 

(b)    Contractual services             392.3                                             392.3

(c)    Other                          628.9         1.5                                 630.4

Authorized FTE: 9.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of updated titles                                                      80%

(b) Output:        Number of research requests                                                  7,000

Subtotal                             [1,708.4]       [1.5]                              1,709.9

NEW MEXICO COMPILATION COMMISSION:

The purpose of the New Mexico compilation commission is to publish in print and electronic format, distribute and sell (1) laws enacted by the legislature, (2) opinions of the supreme court and court of appeals, (3) rules approved by the supreme court, (4) attorney general opinions and (5) other state and federal rules and opinions and ensure the accuracy and reliability of its publications.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                167.7       342.1                                 509.8

(b)    Contractual services                         948.0       400.0                   1,348.0

(c)    Other                                      168.0                                 168.0

Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Amount of revenue collected, in thousands                                   $1,300

Subtotal                               [167.7]   [1,458.1]     [400.0]                  2,025.8

JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION:

The purpose of the judicial standards commission program is to provide a public review process addressing complaints involving judicial misconduct in order to preserve the integrity and impartiality of the judicial process.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                635.8                                             635.8

(b)    Contractual services              42.6                                              42.6

(c)    Other                          116.0                                             116.0

Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent; 1.00 Temporary

Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Upon knowledge of cause for emergency interim suspension,  

                   time for commission to file petition for temporary  

                   suspension, in days                                                             2

(b) Output:        Time for release of annual report to the public, from the  

                   end of the fiscal year, in months                                                2

(c) Efficiency:    For cases in which formal charges are filed, average time  

                   for formal hearings to be reached, in meeting cycles                             3

Subtotal                               [794.4]                                            794.4

COURT OF APPEALS:

The purpose of the court of appeals program is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              5,213.2                                           5,213.2

(b)    Contractual services              67.7                                              67.7

(c)    Other                          467.2         1.0                                 468.2

Authorized FTE: 62.50 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                    100%

Subtotal                             [5,748.1]       [1.0]                              5,749.1

SUPREME COURT:

The purpose of the supreme court program is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,827.7                                           2,827.7

(b)    Contractual services              39.7                                              39.7

(c)    Other                          192.9                                             192.9

Authorized FTE: 34.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     95%

Subtotal                             [3,060.3]                                          3,060.3

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS:

(1) Administrative support:

The purpose of the administrative support program is to provide administrative support to the chief justice, all judicial branch units and the administrative office of the courts so that they can effectively administer the New Mexico court system.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,935.4                   195.0         93.2      3,223.6

(b)    Contractual services             182.2       100.0       376.1        708.5      1,366.8

(c)    Other                        4,939.0       525.0        98.9         61.2      5,624.1

Authorized FTE: 38.80 Permanent; 4.00 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of jury summons successfully executed                                  92%

(b) Output:        Average cost per juror                                                         $42

(2) Statewide judiciary automation:

The purpose of the statewide judiciary automation program is to provide development, enhancement, maintenance and support for core court automation and usage skills for appellate, district, magistrate and municipal courts and ancillary judicial agencies.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,576.8     1,643.6                               4,220.4

(b)    Contractual services                         745.8                                 745.8

(c)    Other                          295.8     2,776.2                               3,072.0

Authorized FTE: 39.50 Permanent; 9.00 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Quality:       Percent of accurate driving-while-intoxicated court reports                    98%

(b) Quality:       Average time to respond to automation calls for assistance,  

                   in minutes                                                                     25

(3) Magistrate court:

The purpose of the magistrate court and warrant enforcement program is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             16,895.7     2,557.9                              19,453.6

(b)    Contractual services             226.8       268.0        70.0                     564.8

(c)    Other                        7,037.8       367.7     1,335.0                   8,740.5

Authorized FTE: 284.50 Permanent; 56.50 Term    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Bench warrant revenue collected annually, in millions                         $2.4

(b) Explanatory:   Percent of cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                          95%

(c) Efficiency:    Percent of magistrate courts financial reports submitted to  

                   fiscal services division and reconciled on a monthly basis                    100%

(4) Special court services:

The purpose of the special court services program is to provide court advocates, legal counsel, and safe exchanges for children and families, to provide judges pro tempore and to adjudicate water rights disputes so that the constitutional rights and safety of citizens (especially children and families) are protected.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                137.2                                             137.2

(b)    Contractual services           6,008.7                   380.0                   6,388.7

(c)    Other                           36.8                                              36.8

(d)    Other financing uses           1,488.3                                           1,488.3

Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of required events attended by attorneys in abuse  

                   and neglect cases                                                           8,000

(b) Output:        Number of monthly supervised child visitations conducted                       500

(c) Output:        Number of cases to which court-appointed special advocates  

                   volunteers are assigned                                                      1,600

Subtotal                            [42,760.5]   [8,984.2]   [2,455.0]      [862.9]    55,062.6

SUPREME COURT BUILDING COMMISSION:

The purpose of the supreme court building commission program is to retain custody and control of the supreme court building and its grounds to provide care, preservation, repair, cleaning, heating and lighting and to hire necessary employees for these purposes.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                652.0                                             652.0

(b)    Contractual services               9.0                                               9.0

(c)    Other                          115.0                                             115.0

Authorized FTE: 15.80 PermanentPerformance measures:

(a) Quality:       Accuracy of fixed-assets inventory records                                    100%

Subtotal                               [776.0]                                            776.0

DISTRICT COURTS:

(1) First judicial district:

The purpose of the first judicial district court program, statutorily created in Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              5,717.9       250.0       305.5                   6,273.4

(b)    Contractual services             783.6        60.7        90.0                     934.3

(c)    Other                          164.3       183.5        40.0                     387.8

Authorized FTE: 86.00 Permanent; 8.80 Term

The general fund appropriation to the first judicial district court includes twenty-eight thousand six hundred dollars ($28,600) to replace federal funds for the adult drug court in Santa Fe county. Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                    100%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates                                        9%

(c) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                    15%

(d) Output:        Number of adult drug-court graduates                                            18

(e) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         17

(f) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                 5

(g) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           50%

(h) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, adult drug court                                              45%

(2) Second judicial district:

The purpose of the second judicial district court program, statutorily created in Bernalillo county, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             20,609.4       759.9     1,481.2                  22,850.5

(b)    Contractual services             407.5                                             407.5

(c)    Other                          729.2       211.4       149.4                   1,090.0

Authorized FTE: 331.50 Permanent; 28.50 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     95%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates                                        8%

(c) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                    10%

(d) Output:        Number of adult drug-court graduates                                           130

(e) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         20

(f) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(g) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, adult drug court                                              55%

(h) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           70%

(3) Third judicial district:

The purpose of the third judicial district court program, statutorily created in Dona Ana county, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              5,572.7                   544.1                   6,116.8

(b)    Contractual services             723.0        93.8       127.1                     943.9

(c)    Other                          332.5        67.3        56.6                     456.4

Authorized FTE: 86.30 Permanent; 6.50 Term

The general fund appropriation to the third judicial district court includes one hundred eighty-two thousand four hundred dollars ($182,400) for the juvenile assessment and reporting center. Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates                                       10%

(c) Output:        Number of adult drug-court graduates                                            30

(d) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         20

(e) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, adult drug court                                              70%

(f) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           70%

(4) Fourth judicial district:

The purpose of the fourth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Mora, San Miguel and Guadalupe counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,859.8                                           1,859.8

(b)    Contractual services             155.1        10.0        55.8                     220.9

(c)    Other                          158.0        20.0                                 178.0

Authorized FTE: 29.50 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     95%

(b) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                12

(c) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           70%

(d) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                    15%

(e) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                          9

(5) Fifth judicial district:

The purpose of the fifth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Eddy, Chaves and Lea counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              5,458.5                    42.9                   5,501.4

(b)    Contractual services             554.0        70.0       285.0                     909.0

(c)    Other                          313.9        45.0        11.1                     370.0

Authorized FTE: 82.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

The general fund appropriation to the fifth judicial district court includes twenty thousand three hundred dollars ($20,300) to replace federal funds for the juvenile drug court in Chaves county. Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     95%

(b) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                10

(c) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, family drug court                                             50%

(d) Quality:       Recidivism of family drug-court graduates                                      15%

(e) Output:        Number of family drug-court graduates                                            9

(6) Sixth judicial district:

The purpose of the sixth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Grant, Luna and Hidalgo counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,315.5                                           2,315.5

(b)    Contractual services             763.9        14.2        87.9                     866.0

(c)    Other                          182.4        10.8                                 193.2

Authorized FTE: 35.50 Permanent; .50 Term

The general fund appropriation to the sixth judicial district court includes one hundred and forty-five thousand two hundred dollars ($145,200) to replace federal funds for the adult drug court in Hidalgo county.

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                    13%

(c) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                          9

(d) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(e) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           90%

(7) Seventh judicial district:

The purpose of the seventh judicial district court program, statutorily created in Torrance, Socorro, Sierra and Catron counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,889.1                   282.0                   2,171.1

(b)    Contractual services             295.1        28.0        82.5                     405.6

(c)    Other                          148.1         1.0        60.8                     209.9

Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     95%

(b) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(8) Eighth judicial district:

The purpose of the eighth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Taos, Colfax and Union counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,749.6                                           1,749.6

(b)    Contractual services             919.5        45.0        80.0                   1,044.5

(c)    Other                          117.5        26.0                                 143.5

Authorized FTE: 27.50 Permanent

The general fund appropriations to the eighth judicial district court include fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars ($15,900) to replace federal funds for the adult drug court in Colfax county and one hundred fifty-three thousand nine hundred dollars ($153,900) to replace federal funds for the juvenile drug court in Colfax county.               

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates                                       10%

(c) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                     5%

(d) Output:        Number of adult drug-court graduates                                            18

(e) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         15

(f) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                 9

(g) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           70%

(h) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, adult drug court                                              75%

(9) Ninth judicial district:

The purpose of the ninth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Curry and Roosevelt counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              3,064.5                   438.6                   3,503.1

(b)    Contractual services              52.7        16.5        85.0                     154.2

(c)    Other                          155.3        26.5        82.3                     264.1

Authorized FTE: 43.80 Permanent; 5.50 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(10) Tenth judicial district:

The purpose of the tenth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Quay, DeBaca and Harding counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                680.7                                             680.7

(b)    Contractual services               8.4        25.0                                  33.4

(c)    Other                           91.0                                              91.0

Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                 6

(11) Eleventh judicial district:

The purpose of the eleventh judicial district court program, statutorily created in San Juan and McKinley counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              5,037.5                   391.3                   5,428.8

(b)    Contractual services             584.0        84.9       141.2                     810.1

(c)    Other                          411.3        48.1        19.2                     478.6

Authorized FTE: 80.50 Permanent; 6.50 Term

The general fund appropriation to the eleventh judicial district court includes fifty-seven thousand one hundred dollars ($57,100) to replace federal funds for the juvenile drug court in McKinley county.   

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates                                       10%

(c) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                    10%

(d) Output:        Number of adult drug-court graduates                                            40

(e) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         16

(f) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(g) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           75%

(h) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, adult drug court                                              70%

(12) Twelfth judicial district:

The purpose of the twelfth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Otero and Lincoln counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,763.5                                           2,763.5

(b)    Contractual services             252.8        53.0        90.0                     395.8

(c)    Other                          154.2                                             154.2

Authorized FTE: 45.50 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court participants                                 20%

(c) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         14

(d) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(e) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           65%

(13) Thirteenth judicial district:

The purpose of the thirteenth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Valencia, Sandoval and Cibola counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              5,199.7                   195.8                   5,395.5

(b)    Contractual services           1,087.4       101.9       243.1                   1,432.4

(c)    Other                          434.1         4.0        82.2                     520.3

Authorized FTE: 78.50 Permanent; 2.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                     90%

(b) Quality:       Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates                                    15%

(c) Output:        Number of juvenile drug-court graduates                                         20

(d) Output:        Number of days to process juror payment vouchers                                14

(e) Explanatory:   Graduation rate, juvenile drug court                                           65%

Subtotal                            [71,897.2]   [2,256.5]   [5,550.6]                 79,704.3

BERNALILLO COUNTY METROPOLITAN COURT:

The purpose of the Bernalillo county metropolitan court program is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             17,710.4     2,034.3       126.4                  19,871.1

(b)    Contractual services           2,879.7       721.6                               3,601.3

(c)    Other                        2,766.8       351.6                               3,118.4

(d)    Other financing uses                          30.0                                  30.0

Authorized FTE: 301.00 Permanent; 51.50 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed                                    100%

(b) Efficiency:    Cost per client per day for adult drug-court participants                      $15

(c) Quality:       Recidivism of driving-while-intoxicated/drug-court graduates                    4%

(d) Output:        Number of driving-while-intoxicated/drug-court graduates                       240

(e) Explanatory:   Graduation rate of drug-court participants                                     70%

(f) Outcome:       Fees and fines collected as a percent of fees and fines  

                   assessed                                                                      95%

Subtotal                            [23,356.9]   [3,137.5]     [126.4]                 26,620.8

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:

(1) First judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              4,487.4                                 78.8      4,566.2

(b)    Contractual services              21.5                                              21.5

(c)    Other                          491.7                                             491.7

Authorized FTE: 70.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <1%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   2,500

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       3,000

(2) Second judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Bernalillo county.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             16,452.8       288.5       742.3        180.0     17,663.6

(b)    Contractual services             140.2                                             140.2

(c)    Other                          757.0                    16.3                     773.3

Authorized FTE: 283.00 Permanent; 15.50 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                          <2.5%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                  27,000

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                      43,000

(3) Third judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Dona Ana county.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              4,331.8       561.2        53.6        715.7      5,662.3

(b)    Contractual services              29.1                                              29.1

(c)    Other                          296.3                                             296.3

Authorized FTE: 62.00 Permanent; 21.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       5,800

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   4,600

(c) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                          <0.3%

(4) Fourth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Mora, San Miguel and Guadalupe counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,980.3                                           2,980.3

(b)    Contractual services              80.8                                              80.8

(c)    Other                          195.8                                             195.8

Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       2,240

(b) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <1%

(c) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   1,955

(5) Fifth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Eddy, Lea and Chaves counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              4,008.3                                           4,008.3

(b)    Contractual services             148.7                                             148.7

(c)    Other                          280.7                                             280.7

Authorized FTE: 60.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <1%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   3,900

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       4,500

(6) Sixth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Grant, Hidalgo and Luna counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,353.1                   247.8        102.0      2,702.9

(b)    Contractual services              19.5                                              19.5

(c)    Other                          249.6                                             249.6

Authorized FTE: 35.00 Permanent; 6.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <1%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   1,900

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       2,200

(7) Seventh judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Catron, Sierra, Socorro and Torrance counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,212.7                                           2,212.7

(b)    Contractual services              52.9                                              52.9

(c)    Other                          208.5                                             208.5

Authorized FTE: 36.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <2%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   2,000

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       2,100

(8) Eighth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Taos, Colfax and Union counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,417.7                                           2,417.7

(b)    Contractual services              67.8                                              67.8

(c)    Other                          205.7                                             205.7

Authorized FTE: 36.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       3,600

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   1,600

(c) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <3%

(9) Ninth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Curry and Roosevelt counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,676.1                                           2,676.1

(b)    Contractual services              10.9                                              10.9

(c)    Other                          134.6                                             134.6

Authorized FTE: 39.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   3,000

(b) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <1%

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       3,000

(10) Tenth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Quay, Harding and De Baca counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                898.7                                             898.7

(b)    Contractual services               7.9                                               7.9

(c)    Other                          118.2                                             118.2

Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                            <1%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   1,200

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                         900

(11) Eleventh judicial district-division I:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within San Juan county.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              3,171.7       386.4        46.6         62.1      3,666.8

(b)    Contractual services             114.1                                             114.1

(c)    Other                          193.2                                             193.2

Authorized FTE: 55.00 Permanent; 10.50 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       4,500

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   3,000

(c) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                          <0.5%

(12) Eleventh judicial district-division II:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within McKinley county.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,953.7                    26.1                   1,979.8

(b)    Contractual services              11.6                                              11.6

(c)    Other                          159.7                                             159.7

Authorized FTE: 33.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                          <1.5%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   2,609

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       3,918

(13) Twelfth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Lincoln and Otero counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,436.7                    48.0        225.6      2,710.3

(b)    Contractual services               6.3                                               6.3

(c)    Other                          216.4                     0.3                     216.7

Authorized FTE: 39.00 Permanent; 8.50 Term

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                          <0.4%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   3,300

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       4,800

(14) Thirteenth judicial district:

The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Cibola, Sandoval and Valencia counties.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              4,260.6       396.6                               4,657.2

(b)    Contractual services              68.8                                              68.8

(c)    Other                          495.7                                             495.7

Authorized FTE: 80.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule                          <0.2%

(b) Output:        Number of cases prosecuted                                                   8,000

(c) Output:        Number of cases referred for screening                                       8,700

Subtotal                            [59,424.8]   [1,632.7]   [1,181.0]    [1,364.2]    63,602.7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:

(1) Administrative support:

The purpose of the administrative support program is to provide fiscal, human resource, staff development, automation, victim program services and support to all district attorneys' offices in New Mexico and to members of the New Mexico children's safehouse network so that they may obtain and access the necessary resources in order to effectively and efficiently carry out their prosecutorial, investigative and programmatic functions.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                988.4                                             988.4

(b)    Contractual services              39.6                                              39.6

(c)    Other                        1,066.7       180.0                               1,246.7

Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of district attorney employees receiving training                       975

(b) Output:        Number of victim notification events and escapes reported,  

                   monthly                                                                     7,000

Subtotal                             [2,094.7]     [180.0]                              2,274.7

TOTAL JUDICIAL                          211,789.0    17,651.5     9,713.0      2,227.1    241,380.6

C. GENERAL CONTROL

ATTORNEY GENERAL:

(1) Legal services:

The purpose of the legal services program is to deliver quality legal services opinions, counsel and representation to state government entities and to enforce state law on behalf of the public so that New Mexicans have an open, honest, efficient government and enjoy the protection of state law.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                        

       employee benefits             12,836.4                                          12,836.4

(b)    Contractual services             576.5                                             576.5

(c)    Other                        1,938.9                                104.0      2,042.9

Authorized FTE: 160.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

The federal funds appropriation to the legal services program of the attorney general in the other category includes one hundred four thousand dollars ($104,000) from the medicaid fraud division.

     All revenue generated from antitrust cases and consumer protection settlements through the attorney general on behalf of the state, political subdivisions or private citizens shall revert to the general fund.

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of initial responses to requests for attorney  

                   general opinions made within three days of request                             95%

(2) Medicaid fraud:

The purpose of the medicaid fraud program is to investigate and prosecute medicaid provider fraud, recipient abuse and neglect in the medicaid program.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                 93.5                              1,596.2      1,689.7

(b)    Contractual services              28.7                                              28.7

(c)    Other                          407.3                                             407.3

(d)    Other financing uses                                                  104.0        104.0

Authorized FTE: 21.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Three-year projected savings resulting from fraud  

                   investigations, in millions                                                  $12.2

(b) Explanatory:   Total medicaid recoveries, in thousands                                     $2,000

Subtotal                            [15,881.3]                            [1,804.2]    17,685.5

STATE AUDITOR:

The purpose of the state auditor program is to audit the financial affairs of every agency annually so they can improve accountability and performance and to assure New Mexico citizens that funds are expended properly.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,124.6       418.1        62.4                   2,605.1

(b)    Contractual services             209.3                                             209.3

(c)    Other                          144.0                   337.6                     481.6

Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Total audit fees generated                                                $400,000

(b) Explanatory:   Percent of audits completed by regulatory due date                             75%

Subtotal                             [2,477.9]     [418.1]     [400.0]                  3,296.0

TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT:

(1) Tax administration:

The purpose of the tax administration program is to provide registration and licensure requirements for tax programs and to ensure the administration, collection and compliance of state taxes and fees that provide funding for support services for the general public through appropriations.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             24,125.8     1,713.3                  1,297.5     27,136.6

(b)    Contractual services              61.5        64.0                                 125.5

(c)    Other                        7,027.1       946.8                    218.8      8,192.7

Authorized FTE: 560.00 Permanent; 26.00 Term; 31.70 Temporary

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Collections as a percent of collectable audit assessments  

                   generated in the current fiscal year                                           40%

(b) Output:        Percent of electronically filed returns for personal income  

                   tax and combined reporting system                                              65%

(c) Outcome:       Collections as a percent of collectable outstanding  

                   balances from the end of the prior fiscal year                                 20%

(2) Motor vehicle:

The purpose of the motor vehicle program is to register, title and license vehicles, boats and motor vehicle dealers and to enforce operator compliance with the motor vehicle code and federal regulations by conducting tests, investigations and audits.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              9,368.1     6,900.7                              16,268.8

(b)    Contractual services           1,816.1     1,280.8                               3,096.9

(c)    Other                        4,114.7     2,411.4                               6,526.1

Authorized FTE: 376.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term; 7.00 Temporary

    Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Average call center wait time to reach an agent, in minutes                   3.45

(b) Outcome:       Percent of registered vehicles with liability insurance                        91%

(c) Efficiency:    Average wait time in q-matic-equipped offices, in minutes                       14

(3) Property tax:

The purpose of the property tax program is to administer the Property Tax Code, to ensure the fair appraisal of property and to assess property taxes within the state.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                508.0     2,279.8                               2,787.8

(b)    Contractual services              23.4       103.9                                 127.3

(c)    Other                          107.3       470.5                                 577.8

Authorized FTE: 49.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of appraisals or valuations for companies conducting  

                   business within the state subject to state assessment                          510

(b) Outcome:       Percent of counties in compliance with sales ratio standard  

                   of eighty-five percent assessed value to market value                          90%

(4) Compliance enforcement:

The purpose of the compliance enforcement program is to support the overall mission of the New Mexico taxation and revenue department by enforcing criminal statutes relative to the New Mexico Tax Administration Act and other related financial crimes, as they impact New Mexico state taxes, in order to encourage and achieve voluntary compliance with New Mexico tax laws.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,998.3                                           1,998.3

(b)    Contractual services              20.1                                              20.1

(c)    Other                          503.6                                             503.6

Authorized FTE: 36.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Successful tax fraud prosecutions as a percent of total  

                   cases prosecuted                                                             100%

(5) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide information system resources, human resource services, finance and accounting services, revenue forecasting and legal services in order to give agency personnel the resources needed to meet departmental objectives. For the general public, the program conducts hearings for resolving taxpayer protests and provides stakeholders with reliable information regarding the state’s tax programs.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             14,593.1       619.9       371.5                  15,584.5

(b)    Contractual services           2,628.7                    65.5                   2,694.2

(c)    Other                        4,633.5        52.2       151.9                   4,837.6

Authorized FTE: 229.00 Permanent

Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection E of Section 7-1-6.41 NMSA 1978, in order to fund the fair share initiative, the department shall withhold an administrative fee in the amount of three and twenty-five hundredths percent of the distributions specified in Subsection E of Section 7-1-6.41 NMSA 1978.

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of driving-while-intoxicated drivers license  

                   revocations rescinded due to failure to hold hearings  

                   within ninety days                                                            <1%

Subtotal                            [71,529.3]  [16,843.3]     [588.9]    [1,516.3]    90,477.8

STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:

(1) State investment:

The purpose of the state investment program is to provide investment management of the state's permanent funds for the citizens of New Mexico in order to maximize distributions to the state's operating budget while preserving the real value of the funds for future generations of New Mexicans.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          3,462.8                               3,462.8

(b)    Contractual services                      30,479.8                              30,479.8

(c)    Other                                      996.9                                 996.9

Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriation to the state investment council in the contractual services category includes twenty-nine million four hundred seventy-five thousand five hundred dollars ($29,475,500) to be used only for money manager fees.          

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       One-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal  

                   benchmarks, in basis points                                                    >25

(b) Outcome:       Five-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal  

                   benchmarks, in basis points                                                    >25

(c) Outcome:       One-year annualized percentile performance ranking in  

                   endowment investment peer universe                                             <49

(d) Outcome:       Five-year annualized percentile performance ranking in  

                   endowment investment peer universe                                             <49

Subtotal                                        [34,939.5]                             34,939.5

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION:

(1) Policy development, fiscal analysis, budget oversight and education accountability:

The purpose of the policy development, fiscal analysis, budget oversight and education accountability program is to provide professional, coordinated policy development and analysis and oversight to the governor, the legislature and state agencies so they can advance the state's policies and initiatives using appropriate and accurate data to make informed decisions for the prudent use of the public's tax dollars.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              3,194.9                                           3,194.9

(b)    Contractual services             177.1                                             177.1

(c)    Other                          218.6                                             218.6

Authorized FTE: 35.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Average number of working days to process budget adjustment  

                   requests                                                                        5

(b) Output:        Percent of state agencies monitored operating within  

                   available resources                                                          100%

(c) Outcome:       Percent of agencies that develop and implement performance  

                   monitoring plans                                                             100%

(2) Community development, local government assistance and fiscal oversight:

The purpose of the community development, local government assistance and fiscal oversight program is to provide federal and state oversight assistance to counties, municipalities and special districts with planning, implementation and development of fiscal management so that entities can maintain strong, lasting communities.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,326.6     1,049.2                    443.9      3,819.7

(b)    Contractual services           2,264.3     1,933.1                     12.3      4,209.7

(c)    Other                          132.2    33,338.9                 14,084.1     47,555.2

(d)    Other financing uses                         300.0                                 300.0

Authorized FTE: 34.00 Permanent; 21.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of capital projects older than five years for which the  

                   funding are not expended or reverted                                           180

(b) Output:        Percent of local entity budgets submitted to the local  

                   government division by established deadline                                    95%

(c) Outcome:       Percent of local capital outlay projects included in the  

                   infrastructure capital improvement plan                                        90%

(d) Output:        Percent of state agency capital outlay projects included in  

                   the infrastructure capital improvement plan                                    95%

(3) Fiscal management and oversight:

The purpose of the fiscal management and oversight program is to provide for and promote financial accountability for public funds throughout state government and to provide state government agencies and the citizens of New Mexico with timely, factual and comprehensive information on the financial status and expenditures of the state.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              4,500.6                   593.9                   5,094.5

(b)    Contractual services             381.2                                             381.2

(c)    Other                        1,011.8                                           1,011.8

Authorized FTE: 70.00 Permanent

The general fund appropriation of five million eight hundred ninety-three thousand six hundred dollars ($5,893,600) to the fiscal management program of the department of finance and administration is contingent upon: 1) a joint powers agreement being executed between the department of finance and administration and the department of information technology for the information technology consolidation for the statewide human resources, accounting and management reporting system, including defined parameters that measure the success of the program and including provisions that the parameters be presented to the legislative finance committee and other appropriate interim committees by October 1, 2009; and 2) access to the statewide human resources, accounting and management reporting system reports by the legislative finance committee staff as agreed among the legislative finance committee, the department of finance and administration and the state personnel office. 

     The general fund appropriation of three hundred eighty-one thousand two hundred dollars ($381,200) to the fiscal management program of the department of finance and administration in the contractual services category includes one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for the filenet upgrade.       

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of regularly scheduled training courses for  

                   beginning, intermediate and advanced users of the statewide  

                   human resources, accounting and management reporting system                     36

(b) Efficiency:    Percent of business days in statewide human resources,  

                   accounting and management reporting system is available to  

                   end-users during business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  

                   Monday through Friday)                                                         97%

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide other department of finance and administration programs with central direction to agency management processes to ensure consistency, legal compliance and financial integrity; to administer the executive's exempt salary plan; and to review and approve professional service contracts.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,570.6                                           1,570.6

(b)    Contractual services              81.4                                              81.4

(c)    Other                           71.5                                              71.5

Authorized FTE: 20.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of funds "certified in compliance" to the state  

                   controller as required, within fifteen days after month end                    90%

(5) Dues and membership fees/special appropriations:

    Appropriations:

(a)    Council of state governments      96.1                                              96.1

(b)    Western interstate commission                                             

       for higher education             125.0                                             125.0

(c)    Education commission of the                                               

       states                            60.5                                              60.5

(d)    National association of                                                   

       state budget officers             15.7                                              15.7

(e)    National conference of state                                              

       legislatures                     132.1                                             132.1

(f)    Western governors'                                                        

       association                       36.0                                              36.0

(g)    Governmental accounting                                                   

       standards board                   15.7                                              15.7

(h)    National center for state                                                 

       courts                            96.7                                              96.7

(i)    National conference of                                                    

       insurance legislators             10.0                                              10.0

(j)    National council of legislators                                           

       from gaming states                 3.0                                               3.0

(k)    National governors'                                                       

       association                       87.2                                              87.2

(l)    Citizens' review board           404.2                   190.0                     594.2

(m)    Emergency water supply fund      150.0                                             150.0

(n)    Fiscal agent contract            689.9                                             689.9

(o)    State planning districts         849.1                                             849.1

(p)    State treasurer's audit           24.0                                              24.0

(q)    Youth mentoring program        2,561.6                                           2,561.6

(r)    Luna county teen court            21.9                                              21.9

(s)    Santa Fe teen court               65.6                                              65.6

(t)    Law enforcement enhancement                                               

       fund                                       7,809.4                               7,809.4

(u)    Leasehold community                                                       

       assistance                       145.8                                             145.8

(v)    Acequia and community ditch                                               

       education program                272.2                                             272.2

(w)    New Mexico acequia                                           

       commission                        16.4                                              16.4

(x)    Food banks                       384.7                                             384.7

(y)    Weatherization                   777.8                                             777.8

(z)    County detention of                                                       

       prisoners                      4,871.3                                           4,871.3

(aa)   New Mexico rodeo                 275.0                                             275.0

On certification by the state board of finance pursuant to Section 6-1-2 NMSA 1978 that a critical emergency exists that cannot be addressed by disaster declaration or other emergency or contingency funds and on review by the legislative finance committee, the secretary of the department of finance and administration is authorized to transfer from the general fund operating reserve to the state board of finance emergency fund the amount necessary to meet the emergency. Such transfers shall not exceed an aggregate amount of one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) in fiscal year 2010.

     On certification by the state board of finance pursuant to Section 6-1-2 NMSA 1978 that a critical emergency exists due to a budget shortage resulting from appropriations made to state agencies in Section 4 of the 2009 General Appropriation Act that cannot be met by other revenues, transfers or federal funds and on review by the legislative finance committee, the secretary of the department of finance and administration is authorized to transfer from the general fund operating reserve to the state board of finance emergency fund the amount necessary to meet the emergency. Such transfers shall not exceed an aggregate amount of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($750,000) in fiscal year 2010.

Subtotal                            [28,118.3]  [44,430.6]     [783.9]   [14,540.3]    87,873.1

PUBLIC SCHOOL INSURANCE AUTHORITY:

(1) Benefits:

The purpose of the benefits program is to provide an effective health insurance package to educational employees and their eligible family members so they are protected against catastrophic financial losses due to medical problems, disability or death.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services                                 285,660.0                 285,660.0

(b)    Other financing uses                                     660.1                     660.1

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Average number of days to resolve inquiries and appeals  

                   related to customer service claims                                              12

(2) Risk:

The purpose of the risk program is to provide economical and comprehensive property, liability and workers’ compensation programs to educational entities so they are protected against injury and loss.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services                       2,057.5    55,819.9                  57,877.4

(b)    Other financing uses                                     660.1                     660.1

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent variance of public property premium change between  

                   public school insurance authority and industry average                       ≤15%

(b) Outcome:       Percent variance of workers' compensation premium change  

                   between public school insurance authority and industry  

                   average                                                                       ≤7%

(c) Outcome:       Percent variance of public liability premium change between  

                   public school insurance authority and industry average                       ≤15%

(3) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support for the benefits and risk programs and to assist the agency in delivering services to its constituents.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                        867.0                     867.0

(b)    Contractual services                                     197.6                     197.6

(c)    Other                                                  258.5                     258.5

Authorized FTE: 11.00 Permanent

Subtotal                                         [2,057.5] [344,123.2]                346,180.7

RETIREE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY:

(1) Health care benefits administration:

The purpose of the health care benefits administration program is to provide fiscally solvent core group and optional health care benefits and life insurance to current and future eligible retirees and their dependents so they may access covered and available core group and optional healthcare benefits and life insurance benefits when they need them.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services                     214,570.1                             214,570.1

(b)    Other financing uses                       2,812.4                               2,812.4

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Minimum number of years of long-term actuarial solvency                         15

(b) Outcome:       Total revenue generated, in millions                                        $221.3

(c) Efficiency:    Average monthly per-participant claim cost, non-medicare  

                   eligible                                                                     $755

(d) Output:        Average monthly per-participant claim cost, medicare  

                   eligible                                                                     $250

(2) Discount prescription drug:

The purpose of the discount prescription drug program is to reduce prescription drug expenditures for those covered participants.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Other                           10.0                                              10.0

(3) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support for the healthcare benefits administration program to assist the agency in delivering its services to its constituents.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                      1,636.7                   1,636.7

(b)    Contractual services                                     532.1                     532.1

(c)    Other                                                  643.6                     643.6

Authorized FTE: 25.00 Permanent

Any unexpended balances in program support of the retiree health care authority remaining at the end of fiscal year 2010 shall revert to the health care benefits administration program.

Subtotal                                [10.0] [217,382.5]   [2,812.4]                220,204.9

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Employee group health benefits:

The purpose of the employee group health benefits program is to effectively administer comprehensive health benefit plans to state and local government employees.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services                                  21,756.4                  21,756.4

(b)    Other                                              358,843.6                 358,843.6

(c)    Other financing uses                                   1,188.0                   1,188.0

Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Percent change in state employee medical premium compared  

                   with the industry average                                                     ≤3%

(b) Efficiency:    Percent change in dental premium compared with the national  

                   average                                                                       ≤3%

(c) Explanatory:   Percent of eligible state employees purchasing state health  

                   insurance                                                                     90%

(2) Risk management:

The purpose of the risk management program is to protect the state’s assets against property, public liability and workers’ compensation, state unemployment compensation and local public bodies unemployment compensation and surety bond losses so that agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                      4,357.6                   4,357.6

(b)    Other                                                  571.4                     571.4

(c)    Other financing uses                                   2,201.3                   2,201.3

Authorized FTE: 65.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Projected financial position of the public property fund                      350%

(b) Explanatory:   Projected financial position of the workers' compensation  

                   fund                                                                          50%

(3) Risk management funds:

    Appropriations:

(a)    Public liability                           3,859.3    34,631.4                  38,490.7

(b)    Surety bond                                              158.1                     158.1

(c)    Public property reserve                      808.1     7,288.7                   8,096.8

(d)    Local public body unemployment                                            

       compensation reserve fund                              2,528.3                   2,528.3

(e)    Workers' compensation                                                     

       retention                                             23,011.8                  23,011.8

(f)    State unemployment                                                        

       compensation                                           4,248.5                   4,248.5

(g)    Employee assistance                                      720.0                     720.0

(4) State printing services:

The purpose of the state printing services program is to provide quality information processing services that are both timely and cost-effective so agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          1,290.2                               1,290.2

(b)    Contractual services                          13.0                                  13.0

(c)    Other                                    1,005.3                               1,005.3

(d)    Other financing uses                          92.3                                  92.3

Authorized FTE: 26.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Percent of printing operations that break even, including  

                   sixty days of operating reserve                                                95%

(5) Business office space management and maintenance services:

The purpose of the business office space management and maintenance services program is to provide employees and the public with effective property management and maintenance so that agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              7,534.5                                           7,534.5

(b)    Contractual services             451.8                                             451.8

(c)    Other                        6,413.1                                           6,413.1

(d)    Other financing uses             162.7                                             162.7

Authorized FTE: 173.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Percent of state-controlled office space occupied                              90%

(b) Efficiency:    Percent of property control capital projects on schedule  

                   within approved budget                                                         90%

(c) Outcome:       Annual percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions for  

                   state-owned buildings served by building services division  

                   relative to fiscal year 2005 baseline                                           3%

(d) Explanatory:   Percent of projects greater than one million dollars in compliance  

                   with appropriation guidelines                                                 100%

(e) Outcome:       Percent of electricity purchased by the building services  

                   division from renewable energy sources                                         90%

(6) Transportation services:

The purpose of the transportation services program is to provide centralized and effective administration of the state’s motor pool and aircraft transportation services so that agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          2,550.8                               2,550.8

(b)    Contractual services                          79.0                                  79.0

(c)    Other                                   10,966.5                              10,966.5

(d)    Other financing uses                         366.8                                 366.8

Authorized FTE: 38.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Explanatory:   Percent of short-term vehicle use                                              80%

(b) Output:        Percent of cars and other light-duty vehicles purchased by  

                   state agencies that exceed existing federal fuel efficiency  

                   standards for passenger vehicles                                              100%

(c) Efficiency:    Percent of total available aircraft fleet hours used                           90%

(7) Procurement services:

The purpose of the procurement services program is to provide a procurement process for tangible property for government entities to ensure compliance with the Procurement Code so that agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,505.6       396.6                               1,902.2

(b)    Other                          176.0        53.1                                 229.1

(c)    Other financing uses              70.3        16.2                                  86.5

Authorized FTE: 31.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of all price agreement renewals considered for  

                   "best value" strategic sourcing option                                          5%

(b) Quality:       Percent of customers satisfied with procurement services                       80%

(8) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to manage the program performance process to demonstrate success.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          1,000.0     1,968.3                   2,968.3

(b)    Contractual services                                     346.1                     346.1

(c)    Other                                                  572.1                     572.1

(d)    Other financing uses                         877.0                                 877.0

Authorized FTE: 40.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriation to program support of the general services department in the other financing uses category includes eight hundred seventy-seven thousand dollars ($877,000) for transfer to the department of information technology from over-assessments on information technology and telecommunications services.

Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Average number of working days to process purchase orders  

                   and invoices                                                              4 and 8

(b) Quality:       Percent decrease of audit findings compared with the previous  

                   fiscal year, contingent on audits being completed on a  

                   timely basis                                                                 100%

Subtotal                            [16,314.0]  [23,374.2] [464,391.6]                504,079.8

EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT BOARD:

(1) Educational retirement:

The purpose of the educational retirement program is to provide secure retirement benefits to active and retired members so they can have secure monthly benefits when their careers are finished.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          4,346.9                               4,346.9

(b)    Contractual services                      23,329.6                              23,329.6

(c)    Other                                      874.8                                 874.8

Authorized FTE: 57.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term

The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement program of the educational retirement board in the contractual services category includes twenty-one million one hundred twenty-three thousand one hundred dollars ($21,123,100) to be used only for investment manager and consulting fees.

     The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement program of the educational retirement board in the contractual services category includes seven hundred thousand dollars ($700,000) for payment of custody services associated with the fiscal agent contract.        

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Average rate of return over a cumulative five-year period                       8%

(b) Outcome:       Funding period of unfunded actuarial accrued liability, in  

                   years                                                                         ≤30

Subtotal                                        [28,551.3]                             28,551.3

NEW MEXICO SENTENCING COMMISSION:

The purpose of the New Mexico sentencing commission is to provide information, analysis, recommendations and assistance from a coordinated cross-agency perspective to the three branches of government and interested citizens so they have the resources they need to make policy decisions that benefit the criminal and juvenile justice systems.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services             682.8                    30.0                     712.8

(b)    Other                           42.0                                              42.0

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of criminal and juvenile justice bills analyzed for  

                   a legislative session                                                         100%

(b) Output:        Number of research projects completed                                           13

(c) Efficiency:    Percent of total state justice personnel with access to  

                   offender query                                                                75%

(d) Outcome:       Percent of total possible victims who receive automated  

                   victim notification                                                           25%

Subtotal                               [724.8]                  [30.0]                    754.8

PUBLIC DEFENDER DEPARTMENT:

(1) Criminal legal services:

The purpose of the criminal legal services program is to provide effective legal representation and advocacy for eligible clients so that their liberty and constitutional rights are protected and to serve the community as a partner in assuring a fair and efficient criminal justice system that also sustains New Mexico’s statutory and constitutional mandate to adequately fund a statewide indigent defense system.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits             25,513.7                                          25,513.7

(b)    Contractual services          11,154.7        50.0                              11,204.7

(c)    Other                        6,160.2       111.3                               6,271.5

Authorized FTE: 403.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of alternative sentencing treatment placements for  

                   felony and juvenile clients                                                  5,800

(b) Efficiency:    Percent of cases in which application fees were collected                      30%

(c) Quality:       Percent of felony cases resulting in a reduction of  

                   original formally filed charges                                                35%

(d) Explanatory:   Annual attorney full-time-equivalent vacancy rate                               7%

Subtotal                            [42,828.6]     [161.3]                             42,989.9

GOVERNOR:

(1) Executive management and leadership:

The purpose of the executive management and leadership program is to provide appropriate management and leadership to the executive branch of government to allow for a more efficient and effective operation of the agencies within that branch of government on behalf of the citizens of the state.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              3,780.7                                           3,780.7

(b)    Contractual services             109.3                                             109.3

(c)    Other                          605.0                                             605.0

Authorized FTE: 40.30 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of days to answer or refer to the proper entity  

                   constituent requests for information                                             4

Subtotal                             [4,495.0]                                          4,495.0

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:

(1) State ombudsman:

The purpose of the state ombudsman program is to facilitate and promote cooperation and understanding between the citizens of New Mexico and the agencies of state government, refer any complaints or special problems citizens may have to the proper entities and keep records of activities and make an annual report to the governor.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                729.4                                             729.4

(b)    Contractual services              48.1                                              48.1

(c)    Other                           69.8                                              69.8

Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent Subtotal                               [847.3]                                            847.3

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:

(1) Enterprise services:

The purpose of the enterprise services program is to provide enterprise information technology and customer support services and training to improve and streamline agency systems by promoting consolidation of services duplicated within agencies and to provide oversight and compliance through project certification and compliance monitoring with the state's information technology strategic plan and the state information architecture plan.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                937.6                 5,230.2                   6,167.8

(b)    Contractual services                                   4,538.4                   4,538.4

(c)    Other                                                7,934.8                   7,934.8

(d)    Other financing uses                                   2,749.5                   2,749.5

Authorized FTE: 76.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the enterprise services program of the department of information technology in the other category includes one million three hundred thousand dollars ($1,300,000) from the statewide human resources, accounting and management reporting system fund for equipment and software upgrades.       

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of executive agency certified projects reviewed  

                   monthly for compliance and oversight requirements                             100%

(b) Output:        Percent of information technology projects that require and  

                   receive a formal architecture review prior to project  

                   implementation                                                               100%

(2) Enterprise operations:

The purpose of the enterprise operations program is to provide reliable and secure infrastructure for voice, radio, video and data communications through the state’s enterprise data center and telecommunications network.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                      7,644.5                   7,644.5

(b)    Contractual services                                   6,925.2                   6,925.2

(c)    Other                                               19,371.7                  19,371.7

(d)    Other financing uses                                   3,673.5                   3,673.5

Authorized FTE: 99.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the enterprise operations program of the department of information technology includes eight hundred seventy-seven thousand dollars ($877,000) from program support of the general services department. 

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of servers successfully backed up as scheduled                        100%

(3) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide management and ensure cost recovery and allocation services through leadership, policies, procedures and adminstrative support for the department.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                      3,384.8                   3,384.8

(b)    Contractual services                                     170.0                     170.0

(c)    Other                                                  219.1                     219.1

Authorized FTE: 43.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of accounts receivable dollars collected within  

                   sixty days of the invoice due date                                             60%

(b) Outcome:       Dollar amount of account receivables over sixty days                    $7,500,000

(c) Outcome:       Percent of mainframe services meeting federal standards for  

                   cost recovery                                                                100%

(d) Outcome:       Percent of voice, data and radio services meeting federal  

                   standards for cost recovery                                                   100%

Subtotal                               [937.6]              [61,841.7]                 62,779.3

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION:

(1) Pension administration:

The purpose of the pension administration program is to provide information, retirement benefits and an actuarially sound fund to association members so they can receive the defined benefit they are entitled to when they retire from public service.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          5,920.6                               5,920.6

(b)    Contractual services                      30,895.0                              30,895.0

(c)    Other                                    1,373.7                               1,373.7

Authorized FTE: 76.00 Permanent; 12.00 Term

The other state funds appropriation to the pension administration program of the public employees retirement association in the contractual services category includes twenty-six million five hundred ninety-three thousand three hundred dollars ($26,593,300) to be used only for investment manager and consulting fees.

     The other state funds appropriation to the pension administration program of the public employees retirement association in the contractual services category includes two million sixty-two thousand four hundred dollars ($2,062,400) to be used only for fiscal agent custody services.

     The other state funds appropriation to the pension administration program of the public employees retirement association in the contractual services category includes six hundred thousand ($600,000) to be used only for investment-related legal fees.

     The public employees retirement association shall report quarterly to the department of finance and administration and the legislative finance committee on changes to the information technology contract with saber, including the status of enhancements and other deliverables for the retirement information online system. 

    Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Average number of days to respond to requests for benefit  

                   estimates, military buy-backs and service credit  

                   verifications                                                               15-30

(b) Explanatory:   Number of years needed to finance the unfunded actuarial  

                   accrued liability for the public employees retirement fund  

                   with current statutory contribution rates                                     ≤30

(c) Outcome:       Five-year average annualized investment returns to exceed  

                   internal benchmark, in basis points                                            >50

(d) Outcome:       Five-year annualized performance ranking in a national  

                   survey of fifty to sixty similar large public pension plans  

                   in the United States, as a percentile                                        <50th

Subtotal                                        [38,189.3]                             38,189.3

STATE COMMISSION OF PUBLIC RECORDS:

(1) Records, information and archival management:

The purpose of the records, information and archival management program is to develop, implement and provide tools, methodologies and services for use by, and for the benefit of, governmental agencies, historical records repositories and the public so that the state can effectively create, preserve, protect and properly dispose of records, facilitate their use and understanding and protect the interests of the people of New Mexico.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,414.1                    53.9         11.6      2,479.6

(b)    Contractual services             135.6                    10.0         20.0        165.6

(c)    Other                          367.8                   117.3         19.8        504.9

Authorized FTE: 40.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Maximum number of days between rule effective date and  

                   online availability                                                            30

(b) Outcome:       Percent of total records items scheduled, reviewed, amended  

                   or replaced within a five-year period                                          50%

Subtotal                             [2,917.5]                 [181.2]       [51.4]     3,150.1

SECRETARY OF STATE:

(1) Administration and operations:

The purpose of the administration and operations program is to provide operational services to commercial and business entities and citizens, including administration of notary public commissions, uniform commercial code filings, trademark registrations and partnerships.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,685.4                                           2,685.4

(b)    Contractual services             762.7                                             762.7

(c)    Other                          342.9     1,500.0                               1,842.9

Authorized FTE: 41.00 Permanent; 1.00 Temporary

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of partnership registration requests processed  

                   within the three-day statutory deadline                                       100%

(2) Elections:

The purpose of the elections program is to provide voter education and information on election law and government ethics to citizens, public officials and candidates so they can comply with state law.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services              25.0                                              25.0

(b)    Other                          856.4                                             856.4

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of campaign reports filed electronically by the due  

                   date                                                                         100%

(b) Outcome:       Percent of voting machines tested                                             100%

Subtotal                             [4,672.4]   [1,500.0]                              6,172.4

PERSONNEL BOARD:

(1) Human resource management:

The purpose of the human resource management program is to provide a flexible system of merit-based opportunity, appropriate compensation, human resource accountability and employee development that meets the evolving needs of the agencies, employees, applicants and the public, so economy and efficiency in the management of state affairs may be provided while protecting the interest of the public.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                        

       employee benefits              4,143.0                                           4,143.0

(b)    Contractual services              31.7                                              31.7

(c)    Other                          345.2                    60.0                     405.2

Authorized FTE: 64.00 Permanent

Any unexpended balances remaining in the state employees' career development conference fund at the end of fiscal year 2010 shall not revert to the general fund.  

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Average number of days to fill a vacant position                                40

(b) Output:        Percent of large agencies that incorporate the state personnel office

                   core management training objectives into their agency-specific management

                   training                                                                     100%

(c) Outcome:       Percent of managers in medium to small agencies who  

                   successfully complete the management and supervision  

                   training sponsored by the state personnel office                               85%

(d) Outcome:       Percent of union grievances resolved prior to formal  

                   arbitration                                                                   98%

(e) Outcome:       Percent of new employees who successfully complete their  

                   probationary period                                                           85%

(f) Outcome:       Number of rule compliance audit reviews performed during  

                   the fiscal year                                                                 4

(g) Output:        Percent of eligible employees with a completed performance  

                   appraisal on record at the close of the fiscal year                            99%

(g) Outcome:       Number of personnel system review audits performed during  

                   the fiscal year                                                                 3

(h) Outcome:       Average employee pay as a percent of board-approved  

                   comparator market based on legislative authorization                          100%

(i) Outcome:       Percent of new hire employee turnover                                        ≤25%

Subtotal                             [4,519.9]                  [60.0]                  4,579.9

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LABOR RELATIONS BOARD:

The purpose of the public employee labor relations board is to assure all state and local public body employees have the right to organize and bargain collectively with their employers or to refrain from such.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                248.8                                             248.8

(b)    Contractual services               4.1                                               4.1

(c)    Other                           73.4                                              73.4

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

Subtotal                               [326.3]                                            326.3

STATE TREASURER:

The purpose of the state treasurer program is to provide a financial environment that maintains maximum accountability for receipt, investment and disbursement of public funds to protect the financial interests of New Mexico citizens.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              3,232.7                                           3,232.7

(b)    Contractual services             366.9                                             366.9

(c)    Other                          654.7        41.0                      4.0        699.7

Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of employee development and appraisal assessments  

                   closed out by the deadline                                                    100%

(b) Outcome:       One-year annualized investment return on local government  

                   investment pool to exceed internal benchmark, in basis  

                   points                                                                          5

(c) Outcome:       Percent of agencies rating overall satisfaction with state  

                   investment office services as good or better in annual  

                   survey                                                                        90%

(d) Outcome:       One-year annualized investment return on general fund core  

                   portfolio to exceed internal benchmarks, in basis points                         5

(e) Outcome:       Percent of employees rating their employment experience  

                   satisfactory or better in annual survey                                        80%

(f) Outcome:       Number of outstanding agency bank transactions unreconciled  

                   after seven days, at month-end                                                   0

(g) Outcome:       Percent increase of local government investment pool  

                   average balance over the prior fiscal year end                                 10%

(h) Outcome:       Maximum number of audit findings                                                 3

Subtotal                             [4,254.3]      [41.0]                    [4.0]     4,299.3

TOTAL GENERAL CONTROL                   200,854.5   407,888.6   875,212.9     17,916.2  1,501,872.2

D. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ARCHITECTS:

(1) Architectural registration:

The purpose of the architectural registration program is to provide architectural registration to approved applicants so they can practice architecture.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            259.4                                 259.4

(b)    Contractual services                          14.4                                  14.4

(c)    Other                                       94.8                                  94.8

Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent

Subtotal                                           [368.6]                                368.6

BORDER AUTHORITY:

(1) Border development:

The purpose of the border development program is to encourage and foster trade development of the state by developing port facilities and infrastructure at international ports of entry to attract new industries and business to the New Mexico border and to assist industries, businesses and the traveling public in their efficient and effective use of ports and related facilities.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                340.6        26.4                                 367.0

(b)    Contractual services              70.0         5.3                                  75.3

(c)    Other                          107.3         8.3                                 115.6

Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Annual trade share of New Mexico ports within the west  

                   Texas and New Mexico region                                                   3.1%

Subtotal                               [517.9]      [40.0]                                557.9

TOURISM DEPARTMENT:

(1) Marketing and promotion:

The purpose of the marketing and promotion program is to produce and provide collateral, editorial and special events for the consumer and trade industry so that they may increase their awareness of New Mexico as a premier tourist destination.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,726.5                                           1,726.5

(b)    Contractual services             838.5                                             838.5

(c)    Other                        4,633.6        85.0                               4,718.6

Authorized FTE: 40.50 Permanent; 1.00 Term

The general fund appropriations to the marketing and promotion program of the tourism department include four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) in the contractual services category and three million eight hundred thousand dollars ($3,800,000) in the other category for direct marketing, promotion and advertising and, of the appropriation in the other category, one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) shall be used on statewide advertising efforts with the state parks division of the energy, minerals and natural resources department, one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) shall be used on statewide advertising efforts with the cultural affairs department and fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) shall be used on statewide advertising efforts to promote golf tourism.  

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       New Mexico's domestic tourism market share                                   1.25%

(b) Output:        Print advertising conversion rate                                              25%

(c) Output:        Broadcast conversion rate                                                      34%

(d) Explanatory:   Number of visits to visitor information centers                          1,100,000

(2) Tourism development:

The purpose of the tourism development program is to provide constituent services for communities, regions and other entities so that they may identify their needs and assistance can be provided to locate resources to fill those needs, whether internal or external to the organization.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                263.7                   249.7                     513.4

(b)    Contractual services              44.8                   251.0                     295.8

(c)    Other                        1,192.1                   921.5                   2,113.6

(d)    Other financing uses              20.0                                              20.0

Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent

The general fund appropriation to the tourism development program of the tourism department in the other category includes nine hundred eighty thousand dollars ($980,000) for the cooperative advertising program and the other financing uses category includes twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) for the intertribal ceremonial office.

Performance measures: 

(a) Efficiency:    Number of off-highway vehicle trails developed                                   3

(b) Outcome:       Number of partnered cooperative advertising applications  

                   received                                                                       35

(3) New Mexico magazine:

The purpose of the New Mexico magazine program is to produce a monthly magazine and ancillary products for a state and global audience so that the audience can learn about New Mexico from cultural, historical and educational perspectives.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          1,196.3                               1,196.3

(b)    Contractual services                         971.1                                 971.1

(c)    Other                                    2,402.8                               2,402.8

Authorized FTE: 17.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Relative qualified circulation                                               +/-1%

(b) Output:        Advertising revenue per issue, in thousands                                   $125

(c) Outcome:       Circulation rate                                                           106,000

(d) Output:        Collection rate                                                             99.2%

(4) Sports authority:

The purpose of the sports authority program is to recruit new events and retain existing events of professional and amateur sports to advance the economy and tourism in the state.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                            

       employee benefits                213.5                                             213.5

(b)    Contractual services              75.9                                              75.9

(c)    Other                          269.2                                             269.2

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Number of new minor sporting events attracted to New Mexico                     10

(b) Outcome:       Number of new major sporting events attracted to New Mexico                      2

(5) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide administrative assistance to support the department’s programs and personnel so they may be successful in implementing and reaching their strategic initiatives and maintaining full compliance with state rules and regulations.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,264.0        24.6        10.0                   1,298.6

(b)    Contractual services              28.5                                              28.5

(c)    Other                          544.0                                             544.0

Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent

Subtotal                            [11,114.3]   [4,679.8]   [1,432.2]                 17,226.3

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT:

(1) Economic development:

The purpose of the economic development program is to assist communities in preparing for their role in the new economy, focusing on high-quality job creation and improved infrastructure so New Mexicans can increase their wealth and improve their quality of life.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,943.5                                           1,943.5

(b)    Contractual services           1,503.7                                           1,503.7

(c)    Other                          195.3                                             195.3

Authorized FTE: 28.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Total number of rural jobs created                                           1,500

(b) Outcome:       Total number of jobs created through business relocations  

                   facilitated by the economic development partnership                          4,000

(c) Outcome:       Total number of jobs created due to economic development  

                   department efforts                                                          4,500

(d) Outcome:       Percent of employees whose wages were subsidized by the job  

                   training incentive program still employed by the company  

                   after one year                                                                60%

(e) Outcome:       Number of jobs created by mainstreet                                           400

(2) Film:

The purpose of the film program is to maintain the core business for film location services and stimulate growth in digital film media to maintain the economic vitality of the New Mexico film industry.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                796.1                                             796.1

(b)    Contractual services             223.2                                             223.2

(c)    Other                          440.0                                             440.0

Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of media industry worker days                                       177,000

(3) Mexican affairs:

The purpose of the Mexican affairs program is to produce new high-paying employment opportunities for New Mexicans so they can increase their wealth and improve their quality of life.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                281.1                                             281.1

(b)    Contractual services             137.7                                             137.7

(c)    Other                           97.6                                              97.6

Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Dollar value of New Mexico exports to Mexico as a result of  

                   the Mexican affairs program, in millions                                      $350

(4) Technology commercialization:

The purpose of the technology commercialization program is to increase the start-up, relocation and growth of technology-based businesses in New Mexico to give New Mexico citizens the opportunity for high-paying jobs.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                230.7                                             230.7

(b)    Contractual services              12.4                                              12.4

(c)    Other                           23.9                                              23.9

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Amount of investment as a result of office of science and  

                   technology efforts, in millions                                                $10

(b) Output:        Number of new angel investors found as a result of office  

                   of science and technology efforts                                               12

(5) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide central direction to agency management processes and fiscal support to agency programs to ensure consistency, continuity and legal compliance.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,729.1                                           1,729.1

(b)    Contractual services           1,601.0                                           1,601.0

(c)    Other                          259.9                                             259.9

Authorized FTE: 23.00 Permanent

Subtotal                             [9,475.2]                                          9,475.2

REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT:

(1) Construction industries and manufactured housing:

The purpose of the construction industries and manufactured housing program is to provide code compliance oversight; issue licenses, permits and citations; perform inspections; administer examinations; process complaints; and enforce laws and rules relating to general construction and manufactured housing standards to industry professionals.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              8,008.4                                           8,008.4

(b)    Contractual services              66.5                                              66.5

(c)    Other                        1,462.3       100.0       250.0        109.0      1,921.3

Authorized FTE: 135.00 Permanent; 3.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of consumer complaint cases resolved out of the  

                   total number of complaints filed                                             96%

(b) Efficiency:    Percent of reviews of commercial plans completed within a  

                   standard time based on valuation of project                                 90%

(2) Financial institutions and securities:

The purpose of the financial institutions and securities program is to issue charters and licenses, perform examinations; investigate complaints; enforce laws and rules; and promote investor protection and confidence so that capital formation is maximized and a secure financial infrastructure is available to support economic development.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,699.5        24.3                    126.2      2,850.0

(b)    Contractual services               4.9        32.0                    166.5        203.4

(c)    Other                          323.5        27.6                    143.8        494.9

Authorized FTE: 46.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of statutorily complete applications processed  

                   within a standard number of days by type of application                     93%

(b) Outcome:       Percent of examination reports mailed to a depository  

                   institution within thirty days of exit from the institution  

                   or the exit conference meeting                                              95%

(3) Alcohol and gaming:

The purpose of the alcohol and gaming program is to regulate the sale, service and public consumption of alcoholic beverages and, in cooperation with the department of public safety, enforce the Liquor Control Act to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of and visitors to New Mexico.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                929.6                                             929.6

(b)    Contractual services              45.6                                              45.6

(c)    Other                           46.0                                              46.0

Authorized FTE: 16.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of days to resolve an administrative citation that  

                   does not require a hearing                                                   30

(b) Outcome:       Number of days to issue a restaurant (beer and wine) liquor  

                   license                                                                    120

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide leadership and centralized direction, financial management, information systems support and human resources support for all agency organizations in compliance with governing regulations, statutes and procedures so they can license qualified applicants, verify compliance with statutes and resolve or mediate consumer complaints.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,921.2                   948.2                   2,869.4

(b)    Contractual services             103.5                   144.5                     248.0

(c)    Other                          299.7                   341.4                     641.1

Authorized FTE: 35.70 Permanent; 4.00 Term

(5) New Mexico state board of public accountancy:

The purpose of the state board of public accountancy program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            297.0                                 297.0

(b)    Contractual services                          20.0                                  20.0

(c)    Other                                      137.5                                 137.5

(d)    Other financing uses                          67.7                                  67.7

Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent

(6) Board of acupuncture and oriental medicine:

The purpose of the acupuncture and oriental medicine board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:  

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            192.9                                 192.9

(b)    Contractual services                          19.2                                  19.2

(c)    Other                                       16.1                                  16.1

(d)    Other financing uses                          16.1                                  16.1

Authorized FTE: 3.20 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Efficiency:    Percent of initial applications and renewals processed  

                   within three days of receipt of completed application                          80%

(7) New Mexico athletic commission:

The purpose of the New Mexico athletic commission program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             81.8                                  81.8

(b)    Contractual services                          14.0                                  14.0

(c)    Other                                       30.0                                  30.0

(d)    Other financing uses                          23.0                                  23.0

Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent

(8) Athletic trainer practice board:

The purpose of the athletic trainer practice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                              7.3                                   7.3

(b)    Contractual services                           0.9                                   0.9

(c)    Other                                        6.4                                   6.4

(d)    Other financing uses                           2.9                                   2.9

Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent

(9) Board of barbers and cosmetologists:

The purpose of the barbers and cosmetology board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            654.1                                 654.1

(b)    Contractual services                          50.0                                  50.0

(c)    Other                                      104.1                                 104.1

(d)    Other financing uses                         140.4                                 140.4

Authorized FTE: 12.90 Permanent

(10) Chiropractic board:

The purpose of the chiropractic board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            134.9                                 134.9

(b)    Contractual services                           1.6                                   1.6

(c)    Other                                       25.6                                  25.6

(d)    Other financing uses                          18.4                                  18.4

Authorized FTE: 2.10 Permanent

(11) Counseling and therapy practice board:

The purpose of the counseling and therapy practice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            278.9                                 278.9

(b)    Contractual services                          15.5                                  15.5

(c)    Other                                      107.1                                 107.1

(d)    Other financing uses                          67.1                                  67.1

Authorized FTE: 5.90 Permanent

(12) New Mexico board of dental health care:

The purpose of the dental health care board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            320.0                                 320.0

(b)    Contractual services                          21.7                                  21.7

(c)    Other                                       60.9                                  60.9

(d)    Other financing uses                          64.1                                  64.1

Authorized FTE: 5.90 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Average number of days to process a completed application  

                   and issue a license                                                             3

(13) Interior design board:

The purpose of the interior design board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                              8.7                                   8.7

(b)    Other                                       11.5                                  11.5

(c)    Other financing uses                           6.7                                   6.7

Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent

(14) Board of landscape architects:

The purpose of the landscape architects board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             19.2                                  19.2

(b)    Contractual services                           0.3                                   0.3

(c)    Other                                       10.6                                  10.6

(d)    Other financing uses                           4.6                                   4.6

Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent

(15) Massage therapy board:

The purpose of the massage therapy board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            182.8                                 182.8

(b)    Contractual services                          18.0                                  18.0

(c)    Other                                       48.5                                  48.5

(d)    Other financing uses                          37.9                                  37.9

Authorized FTE: 3.50 Permanent

(16) Board of nursing home administrators:

The purpose of the nursing home administrators board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             35.0                                  35.0

(b)    Contractual services                           0.2                                   0.2

(c)    Other                                        8.2                                   8.2

(d)    Other financing uses                           7.3                                   7.3

Authorized FTE: .60 Permanent

(17) Nutrition and dietetics practice board:

The purpose of the nutrition and dietetics practice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             21.2                                  21.2

(b)    Other                                       12.2                                  12.2

(c)    Other financing uses                           3.2                                   3.2

Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent

(18) Board of examiners for occupational therapy:

The purpose of the occupational therapy practice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             50.6                                  50.6

(b)    Contractual services                           2.0                                   2.0

(c)    Other                                       17.7                                  17.7

(d)    Other financing uses                           9.3                                   9.3

Authorized FTE: .60 Permanent

(19) Board of optometry:

The purpose of the optometry board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             55.7                                  55.7

(b)    Contractual services                          11.5                                  11.5

(c)    Other                                       12.9                                  12.9

(d)    Other financing uses                           9.4                                   9.4

Authorized FTE: .80 Permanent

(20) Board of osteopathic medical examiners:

The purpose of the osteopathic medical examiners board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             64.7                                  64.7

(b)    Contractual services                           2.0                                   2.0

(c)    Other                                       24.3                                  24.3

(d)    Other financing uses                           8.3                                   8.3

Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent

(21) Board of pharmacy:

The purpose of the pharmacy board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          1,165.0                               1,165.0

(b)    Contractual services                          30.9                                  30.9

(c)    Other                                      262.3                                 262.3

(d)    Other financing uses                         263.7                                 263.7

Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent

(22) Physical therapy board:

The purpose of the physical therapy board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             97.8                                  97.8

(b)    Contractual services                           3.0                                   3.0

(c)    Other                                       26.4                                  26.4

(d)    Other financing uses                          19.1                                  19.1

Authorized FTE: 1.60 Permanent

(23) Board of podiatry:

The purpose of the podiatry board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             20.0                                  20.0

(b)    Contractual services                           0.5                                   0.5

(c)    Other                                       10.8                                  10.8

(d)    Other financing uses                           3.7                                   3.7

Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent

(24) Private investigations advisory board:

The purpose of the private investigators and polygraphers advisory board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             80.0                                  80.0

(b)    Contractual services                           5.0                                   5.0

(c)    Other                                       30.8                                  30.8

(d)    Other financing uses                          23.9                                  23.9

Authorized FTE: 1.40 Permanent

(25) New Mexico state board of psychologist examiners:

The purpose of the psychologist examiners board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            120.0                                 120.0

(b)    Contractual services                          20.0                                  20.0

(c)    Other                                       44.1                                  44.1

(d)    Other financing uses                          34.4                                  34.4

Authorized FTE: 2.30 Permanent

(26) Real estate appraisers board:

The purpose of the real estate appraisers board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            103.0                                 103.0

(b)    Contractual services                          12.5                                  12.5

(c)    Other                                       34.6                                  34.6

(d)    Other financing uses                          26.4                                  26.4

Authorized FTE: 2.10 Permanent

(27) New Mexico real estate commission:

The purpose of the real estate commission program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            555.0                                 555.0

(b)    Contractual services                         261.5                                 261.5

(c)    Other                                      246.0                                 246.0

(d)    Other financing uses                         290.0                                 290.0

Authorized FTE: 11.00 Permanent

(28) Advisory board of respiratory care practitioners:

The purpose of the respiratory care board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             51.7                                  51.7

(b)    Other                                        6.3                                   6.3

(c)    Other financing uses                           9.6                                   9.6

Authorized FTE: .80 Permanent

(29) Board of social work examiners:

The purpose of the social worker examiners board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            280.0                                 280.0

(b)    Contractual services                           3.0                                   3.0

(c)    Other                                       85.0                                  85.0

(d)    Other financing uses                          47.7                                  47.7

Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent

(30) Speech language pathology, audiology and hearing aid dispensing practices board:

The purpose of the speech language pathology, audiology and hearing aid dispensing practices board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            130.0                                 130.0

(b)    Contractual services                           2.7                                   2.7

(c)    Other                                       21.2                                  21.2

(d)    Other financing uses                          23.3                                  23.3

Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent

(31) Board of thanatopractice:

The purpose of the thanatopractice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             95.0                                  95.0

(b)    Contractual services                           7.5                                   7.5

(c)    Other                                       30.4                                  30.4

(d)    Other financing uses                          18.1                                  18.1

Authorized FTE: 1.80 Permanent

(32) Naprapathic practice board:

The purpose of the naprapathy practice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Other                                        5.4                                   5.4

(33) Animal sheltering services board:

The purpose of the animal sheltering board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                 64.0                                              64.0

(b)    Contractual services              30.0                                              30.0

(c)    Other                            6.0                                               6.0

Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent

(34) Signed language interpreting practices board:

The purpose of the signed language interpreters practices board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                         86.5                      86.5

(b)    Contractual services                                       8.0                       8.0

(c)    Other                                                   45.4                      45.4

(d)    Other financing uses                                      20.9                      20.9

Authorized FTE: 2.40 Permanent

Subtotal                            [16,010.7]   [8,492.9]   [1,844.9]      [545.5]    26,894.0

PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION:

(1) Policy and regulation:

The purpose of the policy and regulation program is to fulfill the constitutional and legislative mandates regarding regulated industries through rulemaking, adjudications and policy initiatives to ensure the provisions of adequate and reliable services at fair, just and reasonable rates so that the interests of the consumers and regulated industries are balanced to promote and protect the public interest.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              7,051.7                   155.4                   7,207.1

(b)    Contractual services             223.8                                             223.8

(c)    Other                          788.9                                             788.9

Authorized FTE: 89.70 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the policy and regulation program of the public regulation commission in the personal services and employee benefits category includes fifty-one thousand two hundred dollars ($51,200) from the pipeline safety fund and one hundred four thousand two hundred dollars ($104,200) from the insurance operations fund.       

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Comparison of average commercial electric rates between  

                   major New Mexico utilities and selected utilities in  

                   regional western states                                                      +/-5%

(b) Outcome:       The amount of kilowatt hours of renewable energy provided  

                   annually by New Mexico's electric utilities, measured as a  

                   percent of total retail kilowatt hours sold by New Mexico's  

                   electric utilities to New Mexico's retail electric utility  

                   customers                                                                      6%

(c) Efficiency:    Average number of days for a rate case to reach final order                   <215

(d) Outcome:       Comparison of average residential electric rates between  

                   major New Mexico utilities and selected utilities in  

                   regional western states                                                      +/-5%

(2) Insurance policy:

The purpose of the insurance policy program is to assure easy public access to reliable insurance products that meet consumers' needs and are underwritten by dependable, reputable, financially sound companies that charge fair rates and are represented by trustworthy, qualified agents, while promoting a positive competitive business climate.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                      5,959.8                   5,959.8

(b)    Contractual services                                     427.2                     427.2

(c)    Other                                                  790.8                     790.8

Authorized FTE: 88.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the insurance policy program of the public regulation commission include forty-four thousand two hundred dollars ($44,200) from the title insurance maintenance fund, one hundred ten thousand five hundred dollars ($110,500) from the insurance fraud fund, two hundred fifty-nine thousand five hundred dollars ($259,500) from the patient’s compensation fund, and five million two hundred thirty-nine thousand five hundred dollars ($5,239,500) from the insurance operations fund.

     The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the insurance policy program of the public regulation commission include one million one hundred sixty-nine thousand four hundred dollars ($1,169,400) for the insurance fraud bureau from the insurance fraud fund.

     The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the insurance policy program of the public regulation commission include three hundred fifty-four thousand seven hundred dollars ($354,700) for the title insurance bureau from the title insurance maintenance assessment fund.

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Percent of internal and external insurance-related  

                   grievances closed within one hundred eighty days of filing                    100%

(b) Efficiency:    Percent of insurance fraud bureau complaints processed and  

                   recommended for either further administrative action or  

                   closure within sixty days                                                      86%

(3) Public safety:

The purpose of the public safety program is to provide services and resources to the appropriate entities to enhance their ability to protect the public from fire and pipeline hazards and other risk as assigned to the public regulation commission.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                                      3,276.4        395.3      3,671.7

(b)    Contractual services                                     379.3         15.6        394.9

(c)    Other                                                1,833.6        184.1      2,017.7

Authorized FTE: 53.30 Permanent; 1.00 Term

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the public regulation commission include two million five hundred thirty-six thousand eight hundred dollars ($2,536,800) for the office of the state fire marshal from the fire protection fund.

     The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the public regulation commission include one million seven hundred forty thousand eight hundred dollars ($1,740,800) for the firefighter training academy from the fire protection fund.

     The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the public regulation commission include nine hundred seventy-five thousand two hundred dollars ($975,200) for the pipeline safety bureau from the pipeline safety fund.            

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of personnel completing training through the state  

                   firefighter training academy                                                 4,050

(b) Outcome:       Percent of fire departments' insurance service office  

                   ratings of nine or ten that have been reviewed by survey or  

                   audit                                                                         95%

(c) Outcome:       Percent of statewide fire districts with insurance office  

                   ratings of eight or better                                                     65%

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support and direction to ensure consistency, compliance, financial integrity and fulfillment of the agency mission.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,623.9                   416.0                   3,039.9

(b)    Contractual services              89.1                    17.2                     106.3

(c)    Other                          385.1                    77.0                     462.1

Authorized FTE: 53.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to program support of the public regulation commission include eighty-seven thousand dollars ($87,000) from the insurance fraud fund, three hundred thousand five hundred dollars ($300,500) from the fire protection fund, forty-one thousand two hundred dollars ($41,200) from the title insurance maintenance fund, sixty-three thousand six hundred dollars ($63,600) from the public regulation commission reproduction fund and seventeen thousand nine hundred dollars ($17,900) from the patient's compensation fund.      

(5) Patient’s compensation fund:

    Appropriations:

(a)    Contractual services                         435.0                                 435.0

(b)    Other                                   10,050.0                              10,050.0

(c)    Other financing uses                         281.3                                 281.3

Subtotal                            [11,162.5]  [10,766.3]  [13,332.7]      [595.0]    35,856.5

MEDICAL BOARD:

(1) Licensing and certification:

The purpose of the licensing and certification program is to provide regulation and licensure to medical doctors, physician assistants and anesthesiologist assistants and to ensure competent and ethical medical care to consumers.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          1,056.5                               1,056.5

(b)    Contractual services                         122.7       200.0                     322.7

(c)    Other                                       28.1       300.0                     328.1

Authorized FTE: 14.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of tri-annual physician licenses issued or renewed                    3,600

(b) Output:        Number of biennial physician assistant licenses issued or  

                   renewed                                                                       260

(c) Outcome:       Number of days to issue a physician license                                     75

Subtotal                                         [1,207.3]     [500.0]                  1,707.3

BOARD OF NURSING:

(1) Licensing and certification:

The purpose of the licensing and certification program is to provide regulations to nurses, hemodialysis technicians and medication aides and their education and training programs so they provide competent and professional healthcare services to consumers.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                          1,243.0                               1,243.0

(b)    Contractual services                         222.9                                 222.9

(c)    Other                                      520.3       500.0                   1,020.3

Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of licenses issued                                                   14,000

Subtotal                                         [1,986.2]     [500.0]                  2,486.2

NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR:

The purpose of the state fair program is to promote the New Mexico state fair as a year-round operation with venues, events and facilities that provide for greater use of the assets of the agency.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                 89.3     6,709.4                               6,798.7

(b)    Contractual services             282.5     3,528.1                               3,810.6

(c)    Other                           64.2     3,731.5       695.0                   4,490.7

Authorized FTE: 78.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the New Mexico state fair in the other category includes six hundred ninety-five thousand dollars ($695,000) from parimutuel revenues for debt service on negotiable bonds issued for capital improvements.

     The general fund appropriations to the New Mexico state fair include four hundred thirty-six thousand dollars ($436,000) for the operation of the African-American performing arts center and exhibit hall at the New Mexico state fair.                 

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of surveyed attendees at the annual state fair  

                   event rating their experience as satisfactory or better                        90%

(b) Output:        Number of paid attendees at annual state fair event                        500,000

(c) Output:        Percent of surveyed attendees at the annual state fair  

                   event indicating the state fair has improved                                   45%

(d) Output:        Number of total attendees at annual state fair event                       690,000

Subtotal                               [436.0]  [13,969.0]     [695.0]                 15,100.0

STATE BOARD OF LICENSURE FOR PROFESSIONAL

ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS:

(1) Regulation and licensing:

The purpose of the regulation and licensing program is to regulate the practices of engineering and surveying in the state as they relate to the welfare of the public in safeguarding life, health and property and to provide consumers with licensed professional engineers and licensed professional surveyors.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            536.1                                 536.1

(b)    Contractual services                          64.6                                  64.6

(c)    Other                                      222.6                                 222.6

Authorized FTE: 9.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of licenses or certifications issued                                    639

Subtotal                                           [823.3]                                823.3

GAMING CONTROL BOARD:

(1) Gaming control:

The purpose of the gaming control board is to provide strictly regulated gaming activities and to promote responsible gaming to the citizens of New Mexico so they can attain a strong level of confidence in the board's administration of gambling laws and assurance the state has competitive gaming free from criminal and corruptive elements and influences.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              4,296.4                                           4,296.4

(b)    Contractual services             784.6                                             784.6

(c)    Other                        1,145.5                                           1,145.5

Authorized FTE: 63.00 Permanent; .50 Temporary

    Performance measures:

(a) Quality:       Percent of time central monitoring system is operational                      100%

(b) Output:        Percent variance identified between actual tribal quarterly  

                   payments to the state and the audited financial statements  

                   received from the tribe for 2009 calendar year                                <10%

(c) Outcome:       Ratio of gaming revenue generated to general funds expended                   28:1

Subtotal                             [6,226.5]                                          6,226.5

STATE RACING COMMISSION:

(1) Horseracing regulation:

The purpose of the horse racing regulation program is to provide regulation in an equitable manner to New Mexico’s parimutuel horse racing industry and to protect the interest of wagering patrons and the state of New Mexico in a manner that promotes a climate of economic prosperity for horsemen, horse owners and racetrack management.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              1,201.5                                           1,201.5

(b)    Contractual services             833.1                                             833.1

(c)    Other                          291.7                                             291.7

Authorized FTE: 17.30 Permanent; .60 Term; 1.80 Temporary

Performance measures: 

(a) Outcome:       Percent of equine samples testing positive for illegal  

                   substances                                                                   0.8%

(b) Output:        Total amount collected from parimutuel revenues, in millions                  $1.1

Subtotal                             [2,326.3]                                          2,326.3

BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICINE:

(1) Veterinary licensing and regulatory:

The purpose of the veterinary licensing and regulatory program is to regulate the profession of veterinary medicine in accordance with the Veterinary Practice Act and to promote continuous improvement in veterinary practices and management in order to protect the public.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                            151.2                                 151.2

(b)    Contractual services                          59.5        67.5                     127.0

(c)    Other                                       57.8                                  57.8

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of veterinarian licenses issued annually                                 60

Subtotal                                           [268.5]      [67.5]                    336.0

CUMBRES AND TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD COMMISSION:

The purpose of the Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad commission is to provide railroad excursions into the scenic San Juan mountains.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                             69.2        68.6                     137.8

(b)    Contractual services              99.2     3,539.9        10.8                   3,649.9

(c)    Other                                       96.9        20.6                     117.5

Authorized FTE: 2.90 Permanent

Any revenues generated by the Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad commission in fiscal year 2010, such as ticket sales, are appropriated to the Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad commission to use for operating expenses of the railroad.                   

Subtotal                                 [99.2]     [3,706.0]  [100.0]                3,905.2

OFFICE OF MILITARY BASE PLANNING AND SUPPORT:

The purpose of the office of military base planning and support is to provide advice to the governor and lieutenant governor on New Mexico's four military installations, to work with community support groups, to ensure that state initiatives are complementary of community actions and to identify and address appropriate state-level issues that will contribute to the long-term viability of New Mexico military installations.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                111.8                                             111.8

(b)    Contractual services              19.8                                              19.8

(c)    Other                           18.5                                              18.5

       Authorized FTE: 1.00 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Number of community support organizations benefiting from  

                   the activities of the commission and the office                                  5

Subtotal                               [150.1]                                            150.1

SPACEPORT AUTHORITY:

The purpose of the spaceport authority is to finance, design, develop, construct, equip and safely operate spaceport America and thereby generate significant high technology economic development throughout the state.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                852.9                                             852.9

(b)    Contractual services             223.1                                             223.1

(c)    Other                          265.3                                             265.3

Authorized FTE: 9.00 Permanent

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Annual aerospace jobs created due to spaceport authority  

                   efforts                                                                       150

(b) Output:        Number of visitors to the x-prize cup                                       25,000

Subtotal                             [1,341.3]                                          1,341.3

TOTAL COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY              58,860.0    46,307.9    18,472.3      1,140.5    124,780.7

E. AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES

CULTURAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT:

(1) Museums and monuments:

The purpose of the museums and monuments program is to develop and enhance the quality of state museums and monuments by providing the highest standards in exhibitions, performances and programs showcasing the arts, history and science of New Mexico and cultural traditions worldwide.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                        

       employee benefits             16,278.3     2,248.4        50.0                  18,576.7

(b)    Contractual services           1,151.9       423.1        95.0                   1,670.0

(c)    Other                        5,049.5     1,437.5       110.0                   6,597.0

Authorized FTE: 335.00 Permanent; 46.80 Term

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Attendance to museum and monument exhibitions,  

                   performances, films and other presenting programs                        841,000

(b) Output:        Number of participants to off-site educational, outreach  

                   and special events related to museum missions                           160,000

(c) Output:        Number of participants at on-site educational, outreach and  

                   special events related to museum missions                               320,000

(2) Preservation:

The purpose of the preservation program is to identify, study and protect New Mexico's unique cultural resources, including its archaeological sites, architectural and engineering achievements, cultural landscapes and diverse heritage.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                821.3       949.5     1,812.0        736.1      4,318.9

(b)    Contractual services              13.9       195.0                     83.7        292.6

(c)    Other                           97.4       243.8                    123.8        465.0

Authorized FTE: 35.00 Permanent; 37.50 Term; 6.00 Temporary

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the preservation program of the cultural affairs department includes one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the department of transportation for archaelogical studies related to highway projects.      

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of participants in educational, outreach and special  

                   events related to preservation mission                                       5,800

(b) Outcome:       Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations  

                   distributed to communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque  

                   and Las Cruces                                                             60%

(c) Output:        Annually completed number of historic structures preserved,  

                   using preservation tax credits                                                55

(d) Output:        Dollar value of construction underway on historic buildings  

                   using state and federal tax credits, in millions                                $5

(3) Library services:

The purpose of the library services program is to empower libraries to support the educational, economic and health goals of their communities and to deliver direct library and information services to those who need them.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits              2,256.5                                725.5      2,982.0

(b)    Contractual services             822.3                                331.0      1,153.3

(c)    Other                          936.6        35.0                    725.5      1,697.1

Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent; 14.00 Term

The general fund appropriation to the library services program of the cultural affairs department in the contractual services category includes seven hundred fifty-five thousand dollars ($755,000) for adult literacy services.

Performance measures:

(a) Outcome:       Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations  

                   distributed to communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque  

                   and Las Cruces                                                             85%

(b) Output:        Total number of library materials catalogued in system wide  

                   access to libraries in state agencies and keystone library  

                   automation system online databases, available through the  

                   internet                                                                1,012,000

(c) Output:        Number of participants in educational, outreach and special  

                   events related to library mission                                           18,000

(4) Arts:

The purpose of the arts program is to preserve, enhance and develop the arts in New Mexico through partnerships, public awareness and education.

    Appropriations:

(a)    Personal services and                                                     

       employee benefits                809.2                                146.2        955.4

(b)    Contractual services           1,053.6                                406.9      1,460.5

(c)    Other                          154.7                                             154.7

Authorized FTE: 11.50 Permanent; 4.50 Term

The general fund appropriation to the arts program of the cultural affairs department in the contractual services category includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for collaborative art services to foster community development in northern New Mexico communites.

    Performance measures:

(a) Output:        Number of arts trails brochures marketing cultural tourism  

                   loops distributed statewide                                             100,000

(b) Output:        Number of professional organizations supported throughout  

                   New Mexico for arts activities                                              166

(c) Output:        Number of clients provided professional development  

                   training in arts industry                                                 3,450

(d) Outcome:       Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations  

                   distributed to communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque  

                   and Las