HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS AND FINANCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR

HOUSE BILLS 2 AND 3

           56TH LEGISLATURE - STATE OF NEW MEXICO - SECOND SESSION, 2024

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 2024".

Section 2. DEFINITIONS.--As used in the General Appropriation Act of 2024:

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 Leasing Act;

           E. “full-time equivalent” 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 2025. 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 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 2024;

           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 2024;

                 (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 2024, or so much as may be necessary, are appropriated from the indicated source for expenditure in fiscal year 2025 for the objects expressed.

           D. Unexpended balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2024 shall revert to the general fund by October 1, 2024 unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act of 2024 or otherwise provided by law.           E. Unexpended balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the general fund by October 1, 2025 unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act of 2024 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 2024, appropriations are made in this act for the expenditures of agencies and for other purposes as required by existing law for fiscal year 2025. If any other act of the second session of the fifty-sixth 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 2024 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 shall regularly consult with the legislative finance committee staff to compare fiscal year 2025 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. 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 2024 may be expended for payment of agency-issued credit card invoices.

           K. For the purpose of administering the General Appropriation Act of 2024, 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 2025 APPROPRIATIONS.--

A. LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL SERVICE:

Legislative building services:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and              

            employee benefits            4,313.9                                             4,313.9

      (b)  Contractual services           201.0                                               201.0

      (c)  Other                      1,395.3                                             1,395.3

      Subtotal                          [5,910.2]                                            5,910.2

Legislature:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Legislative district staff   6,000.0                                             6,000.0

The general fund appropriation to the legislature includes six million dollars ($6,000,000) to provide for legislative district staff, including salaries and benefits, information technology equipment and software, furniture, supplies, office space and other necessary support, provided the legislative council shall adopt staffing patterns, policies, procedures and other guidelines for the staff and adopt administrative support guidelines for legislative council service.

      Subtotal                          [6,000.0]                                            6,000.0

TOTAL LEGISLATIVE                       11,910.2                                            11,910.2B. JUDICIALNEW MEXICO COMPILATION COMMISSION:

The purpose of the New Mexico compilation commission program 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. The commission ensures the accuracy and reliability of its publications.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                     462.5        690.1        400.0                   1,552.6

      Subtotal                            [462.5]      [690.1]      [400.0]                  1,552.6

JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   1,112.6                                             1,112.6

      Subtotal                          [1,112.6]                                            1,112.6

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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   9,140.4          1.0                                9,141.4

      Subtotal                          [9,140.4]        [1.0]                               9,141.4

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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   8,906.2                                             8,906.2

      Subtotal                          [8,906.2]                                            8,906.2

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            6,419.3        995.0                     404.9      7,819.2

      (b)  Contractual services         1,238.5      1,286.0        313.6      1,521.8      4,359.9

      (c)  Other                      6,730.9      1,866.7                     403.9      9,001.5

(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            5,171.1      2,727.9                                7,899.0

      (b)  Contractual services           250.0        907.5                                1,157.5

      (c)  Other                      1,632.5      6,458.0                                8,090.5

(3) Magistrate court:

The purpose of the magistrate 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            4,535.8        593.6                                5,129.4

      (b)  Contractual services           771.1        140.0                                  911.1

      (c)  Other                      9,586.1      1,145.0                               10,731.1

(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 tem; and to adjudicate water rights disputes so the constitutional rights and safety of citizens, especially children and families, are protected.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Pre-trial services           3,859.5                                             3,859.5

      (b)  Court-appointed special                                                   

            advocate                     1,408.6                                             1,408.6

      (c)  Supervised visitation        1,224.0                                             1,224.0

      (d)  Water rights                                501.0        386.9                     887.9

      (e)  Court-appointed attorneys    1,321.8                                             1,321.8

      (f)  Children's mediation           292.2                                               292.2

      (g)  Judges pro tem                  27.5         41.6                                   69.1

      (h)  Court education institute    2,576.8      2,000.0                                4,576.8

      (i)  Access to justice              302.3                                               302.3

      (j)  Statewide alternative                                                     

            dispute resolution             210.4                                               210.4

      (k)  Drug court                   1,806.0                                             1,806.0

      (l)  Drug court fund                           1,466.4      4,353.0                   5,819.4

      (m)  Adult guardianship             360.1                                               360.1

      Subtotal                         [49,724.5]   [20,128.7]    [5,053.5]    [2,330.6]    77,237.3

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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  13,290.8        469.4        905.1                  14,665.3

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  33,777.1      6,122.1      2,427.0                  42,326.2

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  13,536.5        288.0      1,560.0                  15,384.5

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   5,647.3         48.3        735.8                   6,431.4

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  13,477.1        356.0        632.2                  14,465.3

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   7,557.0         75.4        260.6                   7,893.0

(7) Seventh judicial district:

The purpose of the seventh judicial district court program, statutorily created in Torrance, Socorro, Catron and Sierra 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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   4,894.7         35.0        499.5                   5,429.2

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   6,578.8        139.7        248.2                   6,966.7

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   6,729.5         96.0        207.4                   7,032.9

(10) Tenth judicial district:

The purpose of the tenth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Quay, De Baca 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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   2,386.4         12.4                                2,398.8

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  14,589.4        399.0      1,078.9                  16,067.3

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                   6,976.7        138.0        145.7                   7,260.4

(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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  14,546.7        501.9        883.8                  15,932.4

      Subtotal                        [143,988.0]    [8,681.2]    [9,584.2]                162,253.4

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 to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Operations                  31,118.4      2,993.5        553.6        111.6     34,777.1

      Subtotal                         [31,118.4]    [2,993.5]      [553.6]      [111.6]    34,777.1

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:

(1) First judicial district:

The purpose of the first judicial district attorney 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            7,874.9                     152.6        120.1      8,147.6

      (b)  Contractual services            97.8                                                97.8

      (c)  Other                        611.0                                               611.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

      (b) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

(2) Second judicial district:

The purpose of the second judicial district attorney 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           29,071.2        585.4        657.3        422.8     30,736.7

      (b)  Contractual services           694.9                      75.0        487.7      1,257.6

      (c)  Other                      1,913.4         35.0        162.2        120.0      2,230.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(3) Third judicial district:

The purpose of the third judicial district attorney 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            6,672.7                      77.6        276.5      7,026.8

      (b)  Contractual services            20.2                                                20.2

      (c)  Other                        424.2                                               424.2

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

      (b) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

(4) Fourth judicial district:

The purpose of the fourth judicial district attorney 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            4,414.1                                             4,414.1

      (b)  Contractual services           108.7                                               108.7

      (c)  Other                        255.8                                               255.8

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(5) Fifth judicial district:

The purpose of the fifth judicial district attorney 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            7,263.3                                  287.7      7,551.0

      (b)  Contractual services           147.5                                               147.5

      (c)  Other                        354.6                                               354.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(6) Sixth judicial district:

The purpose of the sixth judicial district attorney 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            3,897.7                     102.3        177.1      4,177.1

      (b)  Contractual services            14.2                                                14.2

      (c)  Other                        279.1                                               279.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

      (b) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                  

(7) Seventh judicial district:

The purpose of the seventh judicial district attorney 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            3,589.6                                             3,589.6

      (b)  Contractual services            16.3                                                16.3

      (c)  Other                        187.1                                               187.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(8) Eighth judicial district:

The purpose of the eighth judicial district attorney 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            4,032.3                                             4,032.3

      (b)  Contractual services           148.1                                               148.1

      (c)  Other                        308.5                                               308.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(9) Ninth judicial district:

The purpose of the ninth judicial district attorney 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            4,198.2                                             4,198.2

      (b)  Contractual services           258.8                                               258.8

      (c)  Other                        203.5                                               203.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

      (b) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

(10) Tenth judicial district:

The purpose of the tenth judicial district attorney 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            1,911.4                                             1,911.4

      (b)  Contractual services            40.0                                                40.0

      (c)  Other                        172.5                                               172.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(11) Eleventh judicial district, division I:

The purpose of the eleventh judicial district attorney, division 1, 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            6,543.2                                  234.3      6,777.5

      (b)  Contractual services           239.8                                               239.8

      (c)  Other                        431.5                                               431.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

      (b) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

(12) Eleventh judicial district, division II:

The purpose of the eleventh judicial district attorney, division 2, 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            3,105.4                                             3,105.4

      (b)  Contractual services           155.9                                               155.9

      (c)  Other                        175.5                                               175.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

(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            4,636.2                     130.5        194.9      4,961.6

      (b)  Contractual services           101.3                                               101.3

      (c)  Other                        319.0                                               319.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                              

(14) Thirteenth judicial district:

The purpose of the thirteenth judicial district attorney 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            8,098.2        100.0                                8,198.2

      (b)  Contractual services           150.0         50.0                                  200.0

      (c)  Other                        469.5         50.0                                  519.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of pretrial detention motions made                                   

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of pretrial detention motions granted                               

      Subtotal                        [103,607.1]      [820.4]    [1,357.5]    [2,321.1]   108,106.1

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 safe house network so they may obtain and access the necessary resources to effectively and efficiently carry out their prosecutorial, investigative and programmatic functions.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,023.4                                             2,023.4

      (b)  Contractual services           370.4         16.9                                  387.3

      (c)  Other                        995.4         68.9                                1,064.3

      Subtotal                          [3,389.2]       [85.8]                               3,475.0

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 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 sustains New Mexico’s statutory and constitutional mandate to adequately fund a statewide indigent defense system.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           49,314.5                                            49,314.5

      (b)  Contractual services        19,417.1                                            19,417.1

      (c)  Other                      6,927.2        100.0                                7,027.2

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Average cases assigned to attorneys yearly                                   330

      Subtotal                         [75,658.8]      [100.0]                              75,758.8

TOTAL JUDICIAL                         427,107.7     33,500.7     16,948.8      4,763.3    482,320.5C. GENERAL CONTROLATTORNEY GENERAL:

(1) Legal services:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           12,370.1                  12,233.1        734.2     25,337.4

      (b)  Contractual services           547.8                     541.0         10.0      1,098.8

      (c)  Other                      2,614.9                   2,580.3        320.0      5,515.2

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the legal services program of the attorney general include fifteen million three hundred fifty-four thousand four hundred dollars ($15,354,400) from the consumer settlement fund of the office of the attorney general. 

(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              928.0                                2,640.9      3,568.9

      (b)  Contractual services             1.2                                    3.8          5.0

      (c)  Other                        217.2                                  650.4        867.6

      Subtotal                         [16,679.2]                [15,354.4]    [4,359.3]    36,392.9

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            3,399.3        850.0                                4,249.3

      (b)  Contractual services           197.8                                               197.8

      (c)  Other                        563.7                                               563.7

      Subtotal                          [4,160.8]      [850.0]                               5,010.8

TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT:

(1) Tax administration:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           28,661.3        634.6                   1,650.5     30,946.4

      (b)  Contractual services         1,051.9        160.5                       9.3      1,221.7

      (c)  Other                      6,645.2        348.0                     201.1      7,194.3

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Collections as a percent of collectible outstanding  

                        balances from the end of the prior fiscal year                               20%

      (b) Outcome:      Collections as a percent of collectible audit assessments  

                        generated in the previous fiscal year                                        60%

(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           16,624.5      6,425.8                     310.0     23,360.3

      (b)  Contractual services                      8,517.9                     140.0      8,657.9

      (c)  Other                                  12,654.6                     239.5     12,894.1

      (d)  Other financing uses                      9,594.5                                9,594.5

The other state funds appropriations to the motor vehicle program of the taxation and revenue department include nine million five hundred thousand dollars ($9,500,000) from the weight distance tax identification permit fund for the modal program of the department of transportation and ninety-four thousand five hundred dollars ($94,500) from the weight distance tax identification permit fund for the law enforcement program of the department of public safety. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of registered vehicles with liability insurance                      95%

      (b) Efficiency:   Average call center wait time to reach an agent, in minutes                    8

      (c) Efficiency:   Average wait time in qmatic-equipped offices, in minutes                      12

(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                         3,811.1                                3,811.1

      (b)  Contractual services                      1,219.4                                1,219.4

      (c)  Other                                   1,392.0                                1,392.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of total delinquent property taxes recovered                         15%

(4) Compliance enforcement:

The purpose of the compliance enforcement program is to support the overall mission of the 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, to encourage and achieve voluntary compliance with state tax laws.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,747.9                                             1,747.9

      (b)  Contractual services             9.4                                                 9.4

      (c)  Other                        295.6                                               295.6

(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 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           16,338.6        929.0                               17,267.6

      (b)  Contractual services         7,473.9                                             7,473.9

      (c)  Other                      2,954.9                                             2,954.9

      Subtotal                         [81,803.2]   [45,687.4]                 [2,550.4]   130,041.0

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 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                                      6,271.0                   6,271.0

      (b)  Contractual services                                  65,771.6                  65,771.6

      (c)  Other                                                  886.7                     886.7

      Performance measures:

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

                        benchmarks, in basis points                                                 12.5

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

                        endowment investment peer universe                                           49%

      Subtotal                                                   [72,929.3]                 72,929.3

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS OFFICE:

(1) Administrative hearings:

The purpose of the administrative hearings program is to adjudicate tax-, property- and motor-vehicle-related administrative hearings in a fair, efficient and impartial manner independent of the executive agency that is party to the proceedings.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,790.5        210.0        128.8                   2,129.3

      (b)  Contractual services            39.7                                                39.7

      (c)  Other                        361.0                                               361.0

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the administrative hearings office includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from the health care authority department for costs of conducting administrative hearings under the Medicaid Provider and Managed Care Act.

      The other state funds appropriation to the administrative hearings office includes two hundred ten thousand dollars ($210,000) from the motor vehicle suspense fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of hearings for implied consent act cases not held  

                        within ninety days due to administrative hearings office  

                        error                                                                       0.4%

      Subtotal                          [2,191.2]      [210.0]      [128.8]                  2,530.0

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 and 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            4,691.6                                             4,691.6

      (b)  Contractual services         1,136.4                                             1,136.4

      (c)  Other                      1,163.0                                             1,163.0

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, 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 four million dollars ($4,000,000) in fiscal year 2025. Repayments of emergency loans made pursuant to this paragraph shall be deposited in the board of finance emergency fund pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-1-5 NMSA 1978. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      General fund reserves as a percent of recurring  

                        appropriations                                                               30%

      (b) Outcome:      Error rate for the eighteen-month general fund revenue  

                        forecast, excluding oil and gas revenue and corporate  

                        income taxes                                                                  5%

      (c) Outcome:      Error rate for the eighteen-month general fund revenue  

                        forecast, including oil and gas revenue and corporate  

                        income taxes                                                                  5%

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

The purpose of the community development, local government assistance and fiscal oversight program is to help counties, municipalities and special districts maintain strong communities through sound fiscal advice and oversight, technical assistance, monitoring of project and program progress and timely processing of payments, grant agreements and contracts.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            5,582.6                                             5,582.6

      (b)  Contractual services         2,942.5      3,424.7                                6,367.2

      (c)  Other                                  33,288.7                  21,935.7     55,224.4

      (d)  Other financing uses                        700.0                                  700.0

The other state funds appropriations to the community development, local government assistance and fiscal oversight program of the department of finance and administration include twelve million six hundred forty-eight thousand two hundred dollars ($12,648,200) from the enhanced 911 fund, twenty-three million seven hundred sixty-five thousand two hundred dollars ($23,765,200) from the local DWI grant fund and one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the civil legal services fund.  

(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 by providing state agencies and New Mexicans with timely, accurate and comprehensive information on the financial status and expenditures of the state.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            5,327.5                                             5,327.5

      (b)  Contractual services         1,878.7                                             1,878.7

      (c)  Other                        437.5                                               437.5

      (d)  Other financing uses                     80,103.8     30,105.8                 110,209.6

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the fiscal management and oversight program of the department of finance and administration in the other financing uses category includes twelve million nine hundred seventy-eight thousand nine hundred dollars ($12,978,900) from the tobacco settlement program fund, seven million one hundred three thousand eight hundred dollars ($7,103,800) from the tobacco settlement program fund, seventy-three million dollars ($73,000,000) from the county-supported medicaid fund and seventeen million one hundred twenty-six thousand nine hundred dollars ($17,126,900) from the opioid crisis recovery fund.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Efficiency:   Percent of correctly vouchered and approved vendor payments  

                        processed within two working days                                           100%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of bank accounts reconciled on an annual basis                      100%

(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 provide human resources support and to administer the executive’s exempt salary plan.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,516.4                                             2,516.4

      (b)  Contractual services           141.1                                               141.1

      (c)  Other                        278.0                                               278.0

(5) Dues and membership fees/special appropriations:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Emergency water supply                                                    

            fund                           109.9                                               109.9

      (b)  Fiscal agent contract        1,200.0                                             1,200.0

      (c)  State planning districts       693.0                                               693.0

      (d)  Statewide teen court            17.7        120.2                                  137.9

      (e)  Law enforcement                                                           

            protection fund                          22,000.0                               22,000.0

      (f)  Leasehold community                                                       

            assistance                     180.0                                               180.0

      (g)  Acequia and community                                                     

            ditch education program        498.2                                               498.2

      (h)  New Mexico acequia

            commission                      88.1                                                88.1

      (i)  Land grant council             626.9                                               626.9

      (j)  County detention                                                          

            of prisoners                 5,000.0                                             5,000.0

      (k)  National association of                                                  

            state budget officers           24.0                                                24.0

      (l)  Western governors’

            association                     40.0                                                40.0

      (m)  National governors’

            association                     84.0                                                84.0

      (n)  Intertribal Indian                                                       

            ceremonial association         328.0                                               328.0

The department of finance and administration shall not distribute a general fund appropriation made to the dues and membership fees/special appropriations program to a New Mexico agency or local public body that is not current on its audit or financial reporting or otherwise not in compliance with the Audit Act.

      Subtotal                         [34,985.1]  [139,637.4]   [30,105.8]   [21,935.7]   226,664.0

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 can be protected against catastrophic financial losses due to medical problems, disability or death.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Contractual services                    404,051.1                              404,051.1

      (b)  Other financing uses                        873.6                                  873.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent change in per-member health claim costs                               5%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent change in medical premium as compared with industry  

                        average                                                                     4.5%

(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                    132,130.9                              132,130.9

      (b)  Other financing uses                        873.7                                  873.7

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Total dollar amount of excess insurance claims for  

                        property, in thousands                                                      

      (b) Explanatory:  Total dollar amount of excess insurance claims for  

                        liability, in thousands                                                     

      (c) Explanatory:  Total dollar amount of excess insurance claims for workers'  

                        compensation, in thousands                                                  

(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                                      1,466.0                   1,466.0

      (b)  Contractual services                                      96.0                      96.0

      (c)  Other                                                  185.3                     185.3

Any unexpended balances in program support of the public school insurance authority remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert in equal amounts to the benefits program and risk program.

      Subtotal                                     [537,929.3]    [1,747.3]                539,676.6

RETIREE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY:

(1) Healthcare benefits administration:

The purpose of the healthcare benefits administration program is to provide fiscally solvent core group and optional healthcare 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                    402,026.7                              402,026.7

      (b)  Other                                      45.0                                   45.0

      (c)  Other financing uses                      4,047.4                                4,047.4

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Minimum number of years of positive fund balance                              30

(2) 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                                      2,673.9                   2,673.9

      (b)  Contractual services                                     748.3                     748.3

      (c)  Other                                                  625.2                     625.2

Any unexpended balances in program support of the retiree health care authority remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 from this appropriation shall revert to the healthcare benefits administration program.      Subtotal                                     [406,119.1]    [4,047.4]                410,166.5

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Risk management:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                                      5,330.0                   5,330.0

      (b)  Contractual services                                     190.0                     190.0

      (c)  Other                                                  494.7                     494.7

      (d)  Other financing uses                                   4,561.0                   4,561.0

Any unexpended balances in the risk management program of the general services department remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the public liability fund, public property reserve fund, workers’ compensation retention fund, state unemployment compensation fund, local public body unemployment compensation fund and group self-insurance fund based on the proportion of each individual fund’s assessment for the risk management program.                                                    

(2) Risk management funds:

The purpose of the risk management funds program is to provide public liability, public property and workers’ compensation coverage to state agencies and employees.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Public liability                         59,976.0                               59,976.0

      (b)  Surety bond                               4,568.6                                4,568.6

      (c)  Public property reserve                  19,974.4                               19,974.4

      (d)  Local public body unemployment                                            

            compensation reserve                      2,090.0                                2,090.0

      (e)  Workers' compensation                                                     

            retention                                16,118.7                               16,118.7

      (f)  State unemployment                                                        

            compensation                              8,100.0                                8,100.0

The other state funds appropriations to the risk management funds program include sufficient funding to pay costs of providing liability and workers’ compensation insurance to members of the New Mexico mounted patrol.

Performance measures:

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

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

                        fund                                                                        

      (c) Explanatory:  Projected financial position of the public liability fund                   

(3) State printing services:

The purpose of the state printing services program is to provide cost-effective printing and publishing services for governmental agencies.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           774.5                                  774.5

      (b)  Contractual services                        100.0                                  100.0

      (c)  Other                                   2,619.5                                2,619.5

      (d)  Other financing uses                        100.0                                  100.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Percent of state printing revenue exceeding expenditures                      5%

(4) Facilities management:

The purpose of the facilities management program is to provide employees and the public with effective property management so agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           11,388.9        500.0                               11,888.9

      (b)  Contractual services           324.7                                               324.7

      (c)  Other                      8,336.4        500.0                                8,836.4

The other state funds appropriations to the facilities management program of the general services department include one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the public buildings repair fund, contingent on the secretary of general services establishing a schedule of building use fees pursuant to Section 15-3B-19 NMSA 1978. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of new office space leases achieving adopted space  

                        standards                                                                    90%

(5) 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 agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              275.6      2,283.7                                2,559.3

      (b)  Contractual services                        212.8                                  212.8

      (c)  Other                        381.4      9,506.7                                9,888.1

      (d)  Other financing uses                        450.0                                  450.0

The other state funds appropriations to the transportation services program of the general services department include two million dollars ($2,000,000) from the state transportation pool fund balance to purchase vehicles for state agencies. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of leased vehicles used daily or 750 miles per month                 70%

(6) 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 agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         2,646.3                                2,646.3

      (b)  Contractual services                         19.0                                   19.0

      (c)  Other                                     228.4                                  228.4

      (d)  Other financing uses                        819.3                                  819.3

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Average number of days for completion of contract review                       5

(7) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide leadership and policy direction, establish department procedures, manage program performance, oversee department human resources and finances and provide information technology business solutions.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                                      4,495.3                   4,495.3

      (b)  Contractual services                                     624.5                     624.5

      (c)  Other                                                  810.5                     810.5

Any unexpended balances in program support of the general services department remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the procurement services, state printing services, risk management and transportation services programs based on the proportion of each individual program’s assessment for program support. 

      Subtotal                         [20,707.0]  [131,587.9]   [16,506.0]                168,800.9

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                        10,302.4                               10,302.4

      (b)  Contractual services                     20,000.0                               20,000.0

      (c)  Other                                   2,197.2                                2,197.2

      Performance measures:

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

                        years                                                                         30

      (b) Explanatory:  Ten-year performance ranking in a national peer survey of  

                        public plans                                                                

      Subtotal                                      [32,499.6]                              32,499.6

NEW MEXICO SENTENCING COMMISSION:

The purpose of the New Mexico sentencing commission program 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         1,178.2                      52.0                   1,230.2

      (b)  Other                        336.1                                               336.1

The general fund appropriation to the New Mexico sentencing commission in the other category includes three hundred thirty-six thousand one hundred dollars ($336,100) for crime reduction grants, including grants supporting improved data integration among criminal justice partners.

      Subtotal                          [1,514.3]                    [52.0]                  1,566.3

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            5,666.4                                             5,666.4

      (b)  Contractual services           186.0                                               186.0

      (c)  Other                        507.4                                               507.4

      Subtotal                          [6,359.8]                                            6,359.8

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:

(1) State ombudsman:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              639.4                                               639.4

      (b)  Contractual services            36.9                                                36.9

      (c)  Other                         92.3                                                92.3

      Subtotal                            [768.6]                                              768.6

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:

(1) Compliance and project management:

The purpose of the compliance and project management program is to provide information technology strategic planning, oversight and consulting services to New Mexico government agencies so they can improve services provided to New Mexico citizens.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              924.9                                               924.9

      (b)  Other                         76.0                                                76.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of information technology professional service  

                        contracts greater than one million dollars in value  

                        reviewed within seven business days                                          95%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of information technology professional service  

                        contracts less than one million dollars in value reviewed  

                        within five business days                                                    98%

(2) Enterprise services:

The purpose of the enterprise services 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                        12,983.6                               12,983.6

      (b)  Contractual services                      5,587.4                                5,587.4

      (c)  Other                                  32,749.3                               32,749.3

      (d)  Other financing uses                      9,061.6                                9,061.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of service desk incidents resolved within the  

                        timeframe specified for their priority level                                 95%

      (b) Output:       Number of independent vulnerability scans of information  

                        technology assets identifying potential cyber risks                           12

(3) Equipment replacement revolving funds:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Other                                   7,717.4      9,061.6                  16,779.0

(4) Broadband access and expansion:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,165.2        650.0                                1,815.2

      (b)  Contractual services           125.0                                2,375.0      2,500.0

      (c)  Other                        419.0                                               419.0

The other state funds appropriations to the broadband access and expansion program of the department of information technology include six hundred fifty thousand dollars ($650,000) from the public school capital outlay fund.

(5) Cybersecurity:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,450.5                                             1,450.5

      (b)  Contractual services         3,739.5                                             3,739.5

      (c)  Other                        832.8                                               832.8

      (d)  Other financing uses           315.1                                               315.1

(6) Program support:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         4,138.4        315.1                   4,453.5

      (b)  Contractual services                         46.0                                   46.0

      (c)  Other                                     305.7                                  305.7

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Percent difference between enterprise service revenues and  

                        expenditures for cost recovery of service delivery                           10%

      Subtotal                          [9,048.0]   [73,239.4]    [9,376.7]    [2,375.0]    94,039.1

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               55.7     10,123.2                               10,178.9

      (b)  Contractual services                     25,968.8                               25,968.8

      (c)  Other                                   4,910.5                                4,910.5

      Performance measures:

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

                        years                                                                         30

      (b) Explanatory:  Average rate of net return over the last five years                         

      Subtotal                             [55.7]   [41,002.5]                              41,058.2

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, government agencies, historical record repositories and the public so the state can effectively create, preserve, protect and properly dispose of records, facilitate their use and understanding and protect the interests of the citizens of New Mexico.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,838.5                                             2,838.5

      (b)  Contractual services            75.0                                   40.0        115.0

      (c)  Other                        149.9        255.1                                  405.0

      Subtotal                          [3,063.4]      [255.1]                    [40.0]     3,358.5

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, and to provide administrative services needed to carry out elections.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,146.6                                             4,146.6

      (b)  Contractual services            97.9         80.0                                  177.9

      (c)  Other                        722.6                                               722.6

(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)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,019.6                                             2,019.6

      (b)  Contractual services           162.2                                  856.3      1,018.5

      (c)  Other                      9,828.6                                             9,828.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of eligible voters registered to vote                                85%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of reporting individuals in compliance with  

                        campaign finance reporting requirements                                      97%

      Subtotal                         [16,977.5]       [80.0]                   [856.3]    17,913.8

PERSONNEL BOARD:

(1) Human resource management:

The purpose of the human resource management program is to provide a merit-based system in partnership with state agencies, 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            4,056.8                     193.1                   4,249.9

      (b)  Contractual services            76.0                                                76.0

      (c)  Other                        234.4                                               234.4

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Average number of days to fill a position from the date of  

                        posting                                                                     

      (b) Explanatory:  Classified service vacancy rate                                             

      (c) Explanatory:  Number of in-pay-band salary increases awarded                              

      (d) Explanatory:  Average classified service employee total compensation                      

      (e) Explanatory:  Cost of overtime pay                                                        

      Subtotal                          [4,367.2]                   [193.1]                  4,560.3

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LABOR RELATIONS BOARD:

The purpose of the public employee labor relations board program is to assure all state and local public body employees have the option to organize and bargain collectively with their employer.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              203.3                                               203.3

      (b)  Contractual services            31.5                                                31.5

      (c)  Other                         63.1                                                63.1

      Subtotal                            [297.9]                                              297.9

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            3,371.5        390.0                       2.0      3,763.5

      (b)  Contractual services           522.5                                               522.5

      (c)  Other                        717.2                                               717.2

      Performance measures:

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

                        portfolio to exceed internal benchmarks, in basis points                      10

      Subtotal                          [4,611.2]      [390.0]                     [2.0]     5,003.2

TOTAL GENERAL CONTROL                  207,590.1  1,409,487.7    150,440.8     32,118.7  1,799,637.3D. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRYBOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ARCHITECTS:

(1) Architectural registration:

The purpose of the architectural registration program is to regulate, through enforcement and licensing, the professional conduct of architects to protect the health, safety and welfare of the general public of the state.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           449.0                                  449.0

      (b)  Contractual services                         46.7                                   46.7

      (c)  Other                                      83.3                                   83.3

      Subtotal                                         [579.0]                                 579.0

STATE ETHICS COMMISSION:The purpose of the state ethics commission program is to receive, investigate and adjudicate complaints against public officials, public employees, candidates, those subject to the Campaign Reporting Act, government contractors, lobbyists and lobbyists' employers and to ensure that public ethics laws are clear, comprehensive and effective.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,314.5                                             1,314.5

      (b)  Contractual services           211.9                                               211.9

      (c)  Other                        150.0          5.0                                  155.0

      Subtotal                          [1,676.4]        [5.0]                               1,681.4BORDER AUTHORITY:(1) Border development:

The purpose of the border development program is to encourage and foster trade development in 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              452.6                                               452.6

      (b)  Contractual services            44.0                                                44.0

      (c)  Other                         25.6         81.5                                  107.1

      Performance measures:

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

                        Texas and New Mexico region                                                  35%

      (b) Outcome:      Number of commercial and noncommercial vehicles passing  

                        through New Mexico ports                                               1,250,000

      Subtotal                            [522.2]       [81.5]                                 603.7

TOURISM DEPARTMENT:

(1) Marketing and promotion:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,357.0                                             1,357.0

      (b)  Contractual services         1,387.2                                             1,387.2

      (c)  Other                     19,126.1         30.0                               19,156.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent change in New Mexico leisure and hospitality  

                        employment                                                                    3%

      (b) Output:       Percent change in year-over-year visitor spending                             3%

(2) Tourism development:

The purpose of the tourism development program is to provide constituent services for communities, regions and other entities so 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              933.9        178.7                                1,112.6

      (b)  Contractual services             4.0          1.4                                    5.4

      (c)  Other                        460.4      1,563.4                                2,023.8

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of entities participating in collaborative  

                        applications for the cooperative marketing grant program                      60

(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 the audience can learn about New Mexico from a cultural, historical and educational perspective.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         1,072.9                                1,072.9

      (b)  Contractual services                        830.0                                  830.0

      (c)  Other                                   1,109.4                                1,109.4

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       True adventure guide advertising revenue                                $545,000

      (b) Output:       Advertising revenue per issue, in thousands                                  $85

(4) 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            2,051.4                                             2,051.4

      (b)  Contractual services            32.5                                                32.5

      (c)  Other                        142.5                                               142.5

      Subtotal                         [25,495.0]    [4,785.8]                              30,280.8

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            3,167.2                                  213.8      3,381.0

      (b)  Contractual services         1,709.0                                             1,709.0

      (c)  Other                     13,502.7                                            13,502.7

The general fund appropriation to the economic development program of the economic development department in the other category includes five million dollars ($5,000,000) for a climate, energy and water authority and project fund contingent on the enactment of House Bill 237 or similar legislation of the second session of the fifty-sixth legislative session. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Number of workers trained by the job training incentive  

                        program                                                                    2,000

      (b) Outcome:      Number of rural jobs created                                               1,320

      (c) Output:       Number of jobs created through the use of Local Economic  

                        Development Act funds                                                      3,000

      (d) Outcome:      Number of jobs created through business relocations  

                        facilitated by the New Mexico economic development  

                        partnership                                                                2,250

(2) Film:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              975.7                                               975.7

      (b)  Contractual services           753.4                                               753.4

      (c)  Other                         79.6                                                79.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Direct spending by film industry productions, in millions                   $700

(3) Outdoor recreation:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              358.1                                               358.1

      (b)  Contractual services           125.0                                               125.0

      (c)  Other                        692.0                   1,875.0                   2,567.0

The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the outdoor recreation program of the economic development department in the other category includes one million eight hundred seventy-five thousand dollars ($1,875,000) from the land of enchantment legacy fund. 

(4) Creative industries:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              146.1                                               146.1

      (b)  Other                        200.0                                               200.0

(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            2,518.0                                             2,518.0

      (b)  Contractual services         1,025.5                                             1,025.5

      (c)  Other                        684.5                                               684.5

      Subtotal                         [25,936.8]                 [1,875.0]      [213.8]    28,025.6

REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT:

(1) Construction industries:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           10,295.0                                            10,295.0

      (b)  Contractual services           567.0                                               567.0

      (c)  Other                      1,547.2        200.0                                1,747.2

      (d)  Other financing uses           147.2                                               147.2

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of commercial plans reviewed within ten working days                 95%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of residential plans reviewed within five working  

                        days                                                                         95%

      (c) Output:       Time to final civil action, referral or dismissal of  

                        complaint, in months                                                           7

(2) Financial institutions:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits               93.4      3,133.9      2,190.2                   5,417.5

      (b)  Contractual services                        269.1                                  269.1

      (c)  Other                                     737.2                                  737.2

      (d)  Other financing uses                        261.5                                  261.5

The other state funds appropriations to the financial institutions program of the regulation and licensing department include two million eight hundred seventy-nine thousand four hundred dollars ($2,879,400) from the mortgage regulatory fund for the general operations of the financial institutions program.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of completed applications processed within ninety  

                        days by type of application                                                  97%

(3) Alcohol beverage control:

The purpose of the alcohol beverage control program is to issue, deny, suspend or revoke licenses allowed under 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            1,065.6        635.5                                1,701.1

      (b)  Contractual services                                      13.3                      13.3

      (c)  Other                         76.2        425.3          0.6                     502.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Average number of days to resolve an administrative  

                        citation that does not require a hearing                                     140

      (b) Outcome:      Average number of days to issue a restaurant beer and wine  

                        liquor license                                                               100

(4) Securities:

The purpose of the securities program is to protect the integrity of the capital markets in New Mexico by setting standards for licensed professionals, investigating complaints, educating the public and enforcing the law.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              260.4      1,364.9                                1,625.3

      (b)  Contractual services             4.0         70.0                                   74.0

      (c)  Other                         54.0        312.9         77.0                     443.9

      (d)  Other financing uses                        252.2                                  252.2

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the securities program of the regulation and licensing department includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) from the securities enforcement and investor education fund for the general operations of the securities program.  

(5) Boards and commissions:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits               14.9      7,695.3          9.9                   7,720.1

      (b)  Contractual services                        547.7                                  547.7

      (c)  Other                         18.2      2,412.8                                2,431.0

      (d)  Other financing uses                      1,939.2      7,674.7                   9,613.9

(6) Cannabis control:

The purpose of the cannabis control program is to regulate and license cannabis producers, manufacturers, retailers, couriers, testing and research laboratories operating in the medical and adult-use markets to ensure public health and safety.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,543.0      1,428.3                                2,971.3

      (b)  Contractual services         1,050.0          5.2                                1,055.2

      (c)  Other                      1,000.0                                             1,000.0

      (d)  Other financing uses                      2,516.5                                2,516.5

The other state funds appropriation to the cannabis control division of the regulation and licensing department in the other financing uses category includes two million five hundred sixteen thousand five hundred dollars ($2,516,500) from cannabis licensing fees for the operations of the medical cannabis program of the department of health. 

(7) Manufactured housing:

The purpose of the manufactured housing program is to provide code compliance oversight; issue licenses, permits and citations; perform inspections; administer exams; process complaints; and enforce laws, rules and regulations relating to manufactured housing standards.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              141.5      1,280.5                      25.0      1,447.0

      (b)  Contractual services            82.5                                                82.5

      (c)  Other                                     125.1                                  125.1

The other state funds appropriations to the manufactured housing program of the regulation and licensing department include one million four hundred thousand dollars ($1,400,000) from the mortgage regulatory fund for the general operations of the manufactured housing program.  

(8) 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              780.4                   2,236.5                   3,016.9

      (b)  Contractual services           139.4                     401.3                     540.7

      (c)  Other                        189.6                     544.1                     733.7

      Subtotal                         [19,069.5]   [25,613.1]   [13,147.6]       [25.0]    57,855.2

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 provision of adequate and reliable services at fair, just and reasonable rates so the interests of the consumers and regulated industries are balanced to promote and protect the public interest.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            7,619.0                   1,026.3      1,295.5      9,940.8

      (b)  Contractual services           471.1                      80.5                     551.6

      (c)  Other                        675.8                     238.5        264.9      1,179.2

(2) 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            3,188.8                     555.5                   3,744.3

      (b)  Contractual services           105.7                                               105.7

      (c)  Other                        500.6                                               500.6

      Subtotal                         [12,561.0]                 [1,900.8]    [1,560.4]    16,022.2

OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE:

(1) Insurance policy:

The purpose of the insurance policy program is to ensure 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                         1,187.0     10,545.9                  11,732.9

      (b)  Contractual services                      1,774.6      2,806.4                   4,581.0

      (c)  Other                                  85,186.3      1,898.2                  87,084.5

      (d)  Other financing uses                        205.6                                  205.6

(2) Insurance fraud and auto theft:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         1,902.0                                1,902.0

      (b)  Contractual services                        155.1                                  155.1

      (c)  Other                                     650.3                                  650.3

      (d)  Other financing uses                        411.0                                  411.0

(3) Patient’s compensation fund:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Contractual services                      2,292.7                                2,292.7

      (b)  Other                                  28,167.7                               28,167.7

(4) Special revenues:

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Other financing uses                     14,633.9                               14,633.9       Subtotal                                     [136,566.2]   [15,250.5]                151,816.7

MEDICAL BOARD:

(1) Licensing and certification:

The purpose of the licensing and certification program is to provide regulation and licensure to healthcare providers regulated by the New Mexico medical board and to ensure competent and ethical medical care to consumers.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         1,803.5                                1,803.5

      (b)  Contractual services                        918.7                                  918.7

      (c)  Other                                     757.8                                  757.8

      Performance measures:

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

                        renewed                                                                      600

      (b) Outcome:      Number of days to issue a physician license                                   21

      Subtotal                                       [3,480.0]                               3,480.0

BOARD OF NURSING:

(1) Licensing and certification:

The purpose of the licensing and certification program is to provide regulations to nurses, hemodialysis technicians, 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                         2,837.2                                2,837.2

      (b)  Contractual services                        200.0                                  200.0

      (c)  Other                                   1,164.0                                1,164.0

      (d)  Other financing uses                         50.0                                   50.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of certified registered nurse anesthetist licenses  

                        active on June 30                                                           

      (b) Output:       Number of advanced practice nurses contacted regarding  

                        high-risk prescribing and prescription monitoring program  

                        compliance, based on the pharmacy board's prescription  

                        monitoring program reports                                                   300

      Subtotal                                       [4,251.2]                               4,251.2

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                         7,983.2                                7,983.2

      (b)  Contractual services           275.0      2,887.2                                3,162.2

      (c)  Other                        100.0      4,085.0                                4,185.0

The general fund appropriations to the New Mexico state fair include three hundred seventy-five thousand dollars ($375,000) for the African American performing arts center operations. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of paid attendees at annual state fair event                      430,000

      Subtotal                            [375.0]   [14,955.4]                              15,330.4

STATE BOARD OF LICENSURE FOR PROFESSIONAL

ENGINEERS AND PROFESSIONAL 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                           744.6                                  744.6

      (b)  Contractual services                        296.5                                  296.5

      (c)  Other                                     363.9                                  363.9

      Subtotal                                       [1,405.0]                               1,405.0

GAMING CONTROL BOARD:

(1) Gaming control:

The purpose of the gaming control program is to provide strictly regulated gaming activities and to promote responsible gaming to New Mexicans 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            4,777.5                                             4,777.5

      (b)  Contractual services           802.9                                               802.9

      (c)  Other                      1,061.9                                             1,061.9

      Subtotal                          [6,642.3]                                            6,642.3

STATE RACING COMMISSION:

(1) Horse racing regulation:

The purpose of the horse racing regulation program is to provide regulation in an equitable manner to New Mexico’s pari-mutuel 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            2,123.9                                             2,123.9

      (b)  Contractual services           539.9      2,500.0                                3,039.9

      (c)  Other                        323.6      1,500.0                                1,823.6

      Performance measures:

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

                        substances                                                                    1%

      (b) Explanatory:  Amount collected from pari-mutuel revenues, in millions                     

      (c) Explanatory:  Number of horse fatalities per one thousand starts                          

      Subtotal                          [2,987.4]    [4,000.0]                               6,987.4

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 to protect the public.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           297.4                                  297.4

      (b)  Contractual services                        128.4                                  128.4

      (c)  Other                                   1,056.0                                1,056.0

      Subtotal                                       [1,481.8]                               1,481.8

CUMBRES AND TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD COMMISSION:

The purpose of the cumbres and toltec scenic railroad commission program is to provide railroad excursions through, into and over the scenic San Juan mountains.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              117.8                                               117.8

      (b)  Contractual services           138.6      5,459.0                                5,597.6

      (c)  Other                        123.6                                               123.6

Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Total number of passengers                                                35,521

      Subtotal                            [380.0]    [5,459.0]                               5,839.0

OFFICE OF MILITARY BASE PLANNING AND SUPPORT:

The purpose of the office of military base planning and support program 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 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              194.9                                               194.9

      (b)  Contractual services            79.2                                                79.2

      (c)  Other                         30.4                                                30.4

      Subtotal                            [304.5]                                              304.5

SPACEPORT AUTHORITY:

The purpose of the spaceport authority program 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            3,481.5        400.0                                3,881.5

      (b)  Contractual services           565.2      5,299.4                                5,864.6

      (c)  Other                                   3,361.3                                3,361.3

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of aerospace customers and tenants                                     32

      Subtotal                          [4,046.7]    [9,060.7]                              13,107.4

TOTAL COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY             99,996.8    211,723.7     32,173.9      1,799.2    345,693.6E. AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCESCULTURAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT:

(1) Museums and historic sites:

The purpose of the museums and historic sites 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           24,417.2      2,607.7                      47.5     27,072.4

      (b)  Contractual services           562.4        625.5                                1,187.9

      (c)  Other                      5,381.0      2,587.3                                7,968.3

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Number of people served through programs and services  

                        offered by museums and historic sites                                  1,450,000

      (b) Outcome:      Amount of earned revenue from admissions, rentals and other  

                        activity                                                              $4,000,000

(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            1,135.7        867.5         78.5        880.1      2,961.8

      (b)  Contractual services            40.0        123.1         50.9        480.0        694.0

      (c)  Other                         94.3        175.6      1,004.6        262.0      1,536.5

The other state funds appropriations to the preservation program of the cultural affairs department include one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the department of transportation for archaeological studies as needed for highway projects. 

(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            2,595.2                                  927.2      3,522.4

      (b)  Contractual services            80.8                                    7.8         88.6

      (c)  Other                      2,051.1      1,023.5        669.8        872.1      4,616.5

The other state funds appropriation to the state library program of the cultural affairs department in the other category includes nine hundred forty-eight thousand five hundred twenty-eight dollars ($948,528) from the rural libraries program fund for rural library grants. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of library transactions using electronic resources  

                        funded by the New Mexico state library                                 2,800,000

(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              843.6                                  197.2      1,040.8

      (b)  Contractual services           100.0                                   50.0        150.0

      (c)  Other                        726.2                      20.0        450.0      1,196.2

(5) Music commission:

The purpose of the New Mexico Music Commission is to protect, promote, and preserve the musical traditions of New Mexico, to foster appreciation of the value of music, and to encourage the educational, creative, and professional musical activities of the residents of New Mexico.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits               50.0                                                50.0

      (b)  Contractual services           100.0                                               100.0

      (c)  Other                         25.0                                                25.0

(6) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to deliver effective, efficient, high-quality services in concert with the core agenda of the governor.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,411.5                                             4,411.5

      (b)  Contractual services           428.2         37.7                                  465.9

      (c)  Other                        338.4                                               338.4

      Subtotal                         [43,380.6]    [8,047.9]    [1,823.8]    [4,173.9]    57,426.2

NEW MEXICO LIVESTOCK BOARD:

(1) Livestock inspection:

The purpose of the livestock inspection program is to protect the livestock industry from loss of livestock by theft or straying and to help control the spread of dangerous livestock diseases.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,272.2      4,898.6                                7,170.8

      (b)  Contractual services           200.0        104.8                                  304.8

      (c)  Other                      1,475.2        576.8                                2,052.0

(2) Meat inspection:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              795.5                                               795.5

      (b)  Contractual services             8.4                                                 8.4

      (c)  Other                        241.7                                               241.7

      Subtotal                          [4,993.0]    [5,580.2]                              10,573.2

DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISH:

(1) Field operations:

The purpose of the field operations program is to promote and assist the implementation of law enforcement, habitat and public outreach programs throughout the state.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         9,101.9                     331.1      9,433.0

      (b)  Contractual services                         98.7                                   98.7

      (c)  Other                                   2,422.9                                2,422.9

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of conservation officer hours spent in the field  

                        checking for compliance                                                   56,000

(2) Conservation services:

The purpose of the conservation services program is to provide information and technical guidance to any person wishing to conserve and enhance wildlife habitat and recover indigenous species of threatened and endangered wildlife.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         5,858.9                   8,670.9     14,529.8

      (b)  Contractual services                      1,086.6      1,000.0      2,026.7      4,113.3

      (c)  Other                                   5,839.8      1,750.0      3,884.1     11,473.9

      (d)  Other financing uses                        182.3                                  182.3

The other state funds appropriation to the conservation services program of the department of game and fish in the other financing uses category includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from the game protection fund for Ute dam operations and eighty-two thousand three hundred dollars ($82,300) from the game protection fund for Eagle Nest dam operations for the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program of the state engineer. Any unexpended balances remaining at the end of the fiscal year 2025 from this appropriation shall revert to the game protection fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Number of elk licenses offered on an annual basis in New  

                        Mexico                                                                    35,000

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of public hunting licenses drawn by New Mexico  

                        resident hunters                                                             84%

      (c) Output:       Annual output of fish from the department's hatchery  

                        system, in pounds                                                        660,000

(3) Wildlife depredation and nuisance abatement:

The purpose of the wildlife depredation and nuisance abatement program is to provide complaint administration and intervention processes to private landowners, leaseholders and other New Mexicans so they may be relieved of, and precluded from, property damage and annoyances or risks to public safety caused by protected wildlife.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           402.2                                  402.2

      (b)  Contractual services                        156.7                                  156.7

      (c)  Other                                     612.1                                  612.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of depredation complaints resolved within the  

                        mandated one-year timeframe                                                  96%

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide an adequate and flexible system of direction, oversight, accountability and support to all divisions so they may successfully attain planned outcomes for all department programs.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         5,300.5                     212.7      5,513.2

      (b)  Contractual services                        412.0                                  412.0

      (c)  Other                                   3,234.6                     244.9      3,479.5

      Subtotal                                      [34,709.2]    [2,750.0]   [15,370.4]    52,829.6

ENERGY, MINERALS AND NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Energy conservation and management:

The purpose of the energy conservation and management program is to develop and implement clean energy programs to decrease per capita energy consumption; use New Mexico's substantial renewable energy resources; minimize local, regional and global air emissions; lessen dependence on foreign oil and reduce in-state water demands associated with fossil-fueled electrical generation.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,232.0                                1,342.4      3,574.4

      (b)  Contractual services           366.0        247.9                     999.2      1,613.1

      (c)  Other                        115.5                                1,069.9      1,185.4

(2) Healthy forests:

The purpose of the healthy forests program is to promote the health of New Mexico's forest lands by managing wildfires, mitigating urban-interface fire threats and providing stewardship of private and state forest lands and associated watersheds.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            7,779.4        163.0                   6,689.7     14,632.1

      (b)  Contractual services            45.6      7,570.0      1,000.0     13,010.0     21,625.6

      (c)  Other                        550.2        813.5      2,406.3     21,241.3     25,011.3

      (d)  Other financing uses                         56.2                                   56.2

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of nonfederal wildland firefighters provided  

                        professional and technical incident command system training                1,500

      (b) Output:       Number of acres treated in New Mexico's forests and  

                        watersheds                                                                14,500

(3) State parks:

The purpose of the state parks program is to create the best recreational opportunities possible in state parks by preserving cultural and natural resources, continuously improving facilities and providing quality, fun activities and to do it all efficiently.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           10,374.2      5,367.9                     665.2     16,407.3

      (b)  Contractual services            53.4      1,841.8                   1,375.0      3,270.2

      (c)  Other                      2,091.8     11,887.1        500.0      7,196.5     21,675.4

      (d)  Other financing uses                        611.1                                  611.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Number of visitors to state parks                                           

      (b) Explanatory:  Amount of self-generated revenue per visitor, in dollars                    

(4) Mine reclamation:

The purpose of the mine reclamation program is to implement the state laws that regulate the operation and reclamation of hard rock and coal mining facilities and to reclaim abandoned mine sites.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,465.0        455.9         79.2      2,314.4      4,314.5

      (b)  Contractual services            81.0         31.4                   8,541.8      8,654.2

      (c)  Other                        124.2        116.1         17.9        441.2        699.4

      (d)  Other financing uses                         48.2                                   48.2

(5) Oil and gas conservation:

The purpose of the oil and gas conservation program is to assure the conservation and responsible development of oil and gas resources through professional, dynamic regulation.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            9,130.0        194.1                     241.9      9,566.0

      (b)  Contractual services           365.4     19,149.0                  25,476.5     44,990.9

      (c)  Other                        724.7      2,525.4                     201.3      3,451.4

      (d)  Other financing uses                        299.7                                  299.7

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of inspections of oil and gas wells and associated  

                        facilities                                                                30,000

      (b) Output:       Number of abandoned wells properly plugged                                    70

(6) Program leadership and support:

The purpose of the program leadership and support program is to provide leadership, set policy and provide support for every division in achieving their goals.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,141.2                     945.8        915.8      6,002.8

      (b)  Contractual services           163.9                      25.6          7.0        196.5

      (c)  Other                         50.7                     168.8        129.3        348.8

      Subtotal                         [39,854.2]   [51,378.3]    [5,143.6]   [91,858.4]   188,234.5

YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS:

The purpose of the youth conservation corps program is to provide funding for the employment of New Mexicans between the ages of fourteen and twenty-five to work on projects that will improve New Mexico's natural, cultural, historical and agricultural resources.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           232.4                                  232.4

      (b)  Contractual services                      5,545.0                                5,545.0

      (c)  Other                                      97.6                                   97.6

      (d)  Other financing uses                        125.0                                  125.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of youth employed annually                                            840

      Subtotal                                       [6,000.0]                               6,000.0

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS:

(1) Land trust stewardship:

The purpose of the land trust stewardship program is to generate sustainable revenue from state trust lands to support public education and other beneficiary institutions and to build partnerships with all New Mexicans to conserve, protect and maintain the highest level of stewardship for these lands so that they may be a significant legacy for generations to come.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                        20,008.5                               20,008.5

      (b)  Contractual services                      3,017.7                                3,017.7

      (c)  Other                                   3,294.3                                3,294.3

The state land office is authorized to hold in suspense amounts eligible, because of the sale of state royalty interests, for tax credits under Section 29 of the Internal Revenue Code above those amounts required by law to be transferred to the land grant permanent fund. The state land office may expend as much of the money so held in suspense, as well as additional money held in escrow accounts resulting from the sales and money held in fund balances, as is necessary to repurchase the royalty interests pursuant to the agreements.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Dollars generated through oil and natural gas audit  

                        activities, in millions                                                      4.0

      (b) Output:       Average income per acre from oil, natural gas and mining  

                        activities, in dollars                                                      $750

      (c) Output:       Number of acres treated to achieve desired conditions for  

                        future sustainability                                                     26,000

      Subtotal                                      [26,320.5]                              26,320.5

STATE ENGINEER:

(1) Water resource allocation:

The purpose of the water resource allocation program is to provide for efficient use of the available surface and underground waters of the state so any person can maintain their quality of life and to provide safety inspections of all nonfederal dams within the state so owners and operators of such dams can operate the dams safely.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           16,904.4        803.2                               17,707.6

      (b)  Contractual services           220.5                     406.0                     626.5

      (c)  Other                      1,168.8        126.2        317.9                   1,612.9

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the water resource allocation program of the state engineer include seven hundred twenty-three thousand nine hundred dollars ($723,900) from the improvement of the Rio Grande income fund.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Average number of unprotested new and pending applications  

                        processed per month                                                           35

      (b) Outcome:      Number of transactions abstracted annually into the water  

                        administration technical engineering resource system  

                        database                                                                  21,000

(2) Interstate stream compact compliance and water development:

The purpose of the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program is to provide resolution of federal and interstate water issues and to develop water resources and stream systems for the people of New Mexico so they can have maximum sustained beneficial use of available water resources.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,021.1        100.0      3,137.3                   7,258.4

      (b)  Contractual services                         35.0      4,728.7                   4,763.7

      (c)  Other                        797.1        763.8      1,215.7                   2,776.6

The interstate stream commission's authority to make loans for irrigation improvements includes five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for loans to irrigation districts, conservancy districts and soil and water conservation districts for reloan to farmers for implementation of water conservation improvements.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfer appropriations to the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program of the state engineer include six hundred fifty-two thousand two hundred dollars ($652,200) from the New Mexico unit fund, seven million five hundred thirty-four thousand dollars ($7,534,000) from the New Mexico irrigation works construction fund, seven hundred thirteen thousand two hundred dollars ($713,200) from the improvement of the Rio Grande income fund, one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from the game protection fund for Ute dam operations, and eighty-two thousand three hundred dollars ($82,300) from the game protection fund for Eagle Nest dam operations. Any unexpended balances remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 from these appropriations shall revert to the appropriate fund.

      Revenue from the sale of water to United States government agencies by New Mexico for the emergency drought water agreement and from contractual reimbursements associated with the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program is appropriated to the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program to be used per the agreement with the United States bureau of reclamation. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Cumulative state-line delivery credit per the Pecos river  

                        compact and amended decree at the end of the calendar year,  

                        in acre-feet                                                             161,600

      (b) Outcome:      Cumulative state-line delivery credit per the Rio Grande  

                        compact at the end of the calendar year, in acre-feet                   -150,000

(3) Litigation and adjudication:

The purpose of the litigation and adjudication program is to obtain a judicial determination and definition of water rights within each stream system and underground basin to effectively perform water rights administration and meet interstate stream obligations.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,916.2      2,396.4      1,501.8                   6,814.4

      (b)  Contractual services           568.3                   1,067.5                   1,635.8

      (c)  Other                        436.1                                               436.1

      (d)  Other financing uses                         80.0                                   80.0

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the litigation and adjudication program include one million five hundred one thousand eight hundred dollars ($1,501,800) from the irrigation works construction fund and one million sixty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($1,067,500) from the improvement of the Rio Grande income fund.

      The other state funds appropriations to the litigation and adjudication program of the state engineer include two million four hundred seventy-six thousand four hundred dollars ($2,476,400) from the water project fund pursuant to Section 72-4A-9 NMSA 1978. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Number of offers to defendants in adjudications                              300

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of all water rights claims with judicial  

                        determinations                                                               76%

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide necessary administrative support to the agency programs so they may be successful in reaching their goals and objectives.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,812.7                                             4,812.7

      (b)  Contractual services           219.7                                               219.7

      (c)  Other                        817.4                                               817.4

      Subtotal                         [32,882.3]    [4,304.6]   [12,374.9]                 49,561.8

TOTAL AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND

NATURAL RESOURCES                      121,110.1    136,340.7     22,092.3    111,402.7    390,945.8F. HEALTH, HOSPITALS AND HUMAN SERVICESCOMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN:

(1) Status of women:

The purpose of the status of women program is to provide information, public events, leadership, support services and career development to individuals, agencies and women's organizations so they can improve the economic, health and social status of women in New Mexico.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              136.1                                               136.1

      (b)  Contractual services            81.5                                                81.5

      (c)  Other                        100.4                                               100.4

      Subtotal                            [318.0]                                              318.0

OFFICE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN AFFAIRS:

(1) Public awareness:

The purpose of the public awareness program is to provide information and advocacy services to all New Mexicans and to empower African Americans of New Mexico to improve their quality of life.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              681.7                                               681.7

      (b)  Contractual services           268.6                                               268.6

      (c)  Other                        121.4                                               121.4

      Subtotal                          [1,071.7]                                            1,071.7

COMMISSION FOR DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING PERSONS:

(1) Deaf and hard-of-hearing:

The purpose of the deaf and hard-of-hearing program is to serve as a dynamic resource that will enhance the quality of life for deaf and hard-of-hearing citizens of New Mexico by being the recognized advocate on important issues impacting the deaf and hard-of-hearing community, the proactive provider of innovative programs and services and the statewide umbrella and information clearinghouse for interested individuals, organizations, agencies and institutions.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              790.7                     624.7                   1,415.4

      (b)  Contractual services           661.0        402.0        364.3                   1,427.3

      (c)  Other                        200.0                      82.1                     282.1

      (d)  Other financing uses                                     116.5                     116.5

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the deaf and hard-of-hearing program of the commission for deaf and hard-of-hearing persons in the other financing uses category includes ninety-one thousand five hundred dollars ($91,500) to transfer to the rehabilitation services program of the vocational rehabilitation division to match with federal funds to provide deaf and hard-of-hearing rehabilitation services and twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to transfer to the signed language interpreting practices board of the regulation and licensing department for interpreter licensure services.

      The general fund appropriation to the deaf and hard-of-hearing program of the commission for deaf and hard-of-hearing persons in the contractual services category includes four hundred fifty-six thousand four hundred dollars ($456,400) for deaf and deaf-blind support service provider programs. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of accessible technology equipment distributions                    1,240

      Subtotal                          [1,651.7]      [402.0]    [1,187.6]                  3,241.3

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. COMMISSION:

The purpose of the Martin Luther King, Jr. commission program is to promote Martin Luther King, Jr.'s nonviolent principles and philosophy to the people of New Mexico through remembrance, celebration and action so that everyone gets involved in making a difference toward the improvement of interracial cooperation and reduction of youth violence in our communities.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              223.6                                               223.6

      (b)  Contractual services            46.2                                                46.2

      (c)  Other                        116.9                                               116.9

      Subtotal                            [386.7]                                              386.7

COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND:

(1) Blind services:

The purpose of the blind services program is to assist blind or visually impaired New Mexicans to achieve economic and social equality so they can have independence based on their personal interests and abilities.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,049.5        223.9        265.0      3,678.7      6,217.1

      (b)  Contractual services            61.1                                  147.1        208.2

      (c)  Other                        525.0      8,228.4                   2,583.9     11,337.3

      (d)  Other financing uses           107.5                                               107.5

The general fund appropriation to the blind services program of the commission for the blind in the other financing uses category includes up to one hundred seven thousand five hundred dollars ($107,500) to transfer to the rehabilitation services program of the vocational rehabilitation division to match with federal funds to provide rehabilitation services for blind or visually impaired New Mexicans.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the blind services program of the commission for the blind includes two hundred sixty-five thousand dollars ($265,000) from the vocational rehabilitation division to provide services to blind or visually impaired New Mexicans.

      Any unexpended balances in the commission for the blind remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 from appropriations made from the general fund shall not revert. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Average hourly wage for the blind or visually impaired  

                        person                                                                    $21.12

      (b) Outcome:      Number of people who avoided or delayed moving into a  

                        nursing home or assisted living facility as a result of  

                        receiving independent living services                                        133

      Subtotal                          [2,743.1]    [8,452.3]      [265.0]    [6,409.7]    17,870.1

INDIAN AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT:

(1) Indian affairs:

The purpose of the Indian affairs program is to coordinate intergovernmental and interagency programs concerning tribal governments and the state.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,840.8                                             2,840.8

      (b)  Contractual services           630.1                                               630.1

      (c)  Other                      1,247.7                     249.3                   1,497.0

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the Indian affairs program of the Indian affairs department includes two hundred forty-nine thousand three hundred dollars ($249,300) from the tobacco settlement program fund for tobacco cessation and prevention programs for Native American communities throughout the state.  

      Subtotal                          [4,718.6]                   [249.3]                  4,967.9

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE DEPARTMENT:

(1) Family support and early intervention:

The purpose of the family support and early intervention program is to provide culturally sensitive early childhood comprehensive system of supports for families and young children, including home visiting, early intervention services and perinatal case management services.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,324.1        953.8      1,745.6      1,075.3      6,098.8

      (b)  Contractual services        26,327.9         20.0      4,500.0      6,584.7     37,432.6

      (c)  Other                     20,028.1      1,543.3      1,197.5        814.6     23,583.5

      (d)  Other financing uses        10,901.6                                            10,901.6

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the family support and intervention program of the early childhood education and care department include ninety-five thousand dollars ($95,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for home visiting program personnel contingent on enactment of Senate Bill 153 or similar legislation of the second session of the fifty-sixth legislature increasing the distribution of the fund in fiscal year 2025.

      The general fund appropriations to the family support and intervention program of the early childhood education and care department shall be reduced by eight million dollars ($8,000,000) and an equal amount transferred from the permanent school fund to the common school current fund authorized by the 2022 amendment in Paragraph (2) of Subsection H of Article 12, Section 7 of the constitution of New Mexico for early childhood education is appropriated in lieu thereof for home visiting services.

      Any unexpended balances from the early childhood education and care program fund remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the early childhood education and care fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Average annual number of home visits per family                               20

(2) Early care and education:

The purpose of the early care and education program is to ensure New Mexicans have access to high-quality, healthy, safe and supportive early childhood education environments for children and their families, as well as access to healthy meals.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,452.5                     587.0     12,318.1     14,357.6

      (b)  Contractual services           524.4                                3,455.2      3,979.6

      (c)  Other                     38,496.9      1,100.0    210,827.5    111,434.3    361,858.7

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the early childhood education and care program of the early childhood education and care department include thirty-one million five hundred twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($31,527,500) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for childcare.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the early childhood education and care program of the early childhood education and care department include seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) from the early childhood care and education fund for childcare assistance including forty-three million dollars ($43,000,000) to expand infant and toddler care in the childcare assistance program and give five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for personnel contingent on enactment of Senate Bill 153 or similar legislation increasing the distribution of the fund in fiscal year 2025.

      Any unexpended balance from the early childhood education and care program fund remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the early childhood education and care fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of children who participated in a New Mexico  

                        prekindergarten program for at least nine months, who are  

                        proficient in literacy in kindergarten                                       80%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of infants and toddlers participating in the  

                        childcare assistance program enrolled in childcare programs  

                        with four or five stars                                                      75%

(3) Policy, research and quality initiatives:

The purpose of the policy, research and quality initiatives program is to oversee the early childhood education and care department's quality initiatives, including workforce development, coaching and consultation, infant early childhood mental health consultation and data analysis and reporting and performance. The program also conducts internal audits to ensure program integrity for the childcare assistance program.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,462.6                                1,496.5      2,959.1

      (b)  Contractual services        13,312.9                  16,000.0      2,686.8     31,999.7

      (c)  Other                      1,096.8                                   65.5      1,162.3

The general fund appropriations to the policy, research and quality initiatives program of the early childhood education and care department shall be reduced by two million dollars ($2,000,000) and an equal amount transferred from the permanent school fund to the common school current fund authorized by the 2022 amendment in Paragraph (2) of Subsection H of Article 12, Section 7 of the constitution of New Mexico for early childhood education is appropriated in lieu thereof for a classroom observation tool.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the policy, research and quality initiatives program of the early childhood education and care department includes eleven million dollars ($11,000,000) from the early childhood care and education fund for prekindergarten and childcare quality supports contingent on enactment of Senate Bill 153 or similar legislation increasing the distribution of the fund in fiscal year 2025.

      Any unexpended balance from the early childhood education and care program fund remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the early childhood education and care fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Percent of early childhood professionals, including tribal  

                        educators, with degrees and/or credentials                                   50%

(4) Prekindergarten:

The purpose of the prekindergarten program is to ensure New Mexicans have access to a high-quality mixed-delivery early childhood education system. The program oversees the administration, monitoring, quality supports, and technical assistance for prekindergarten in traditional public schools, charter schools, and community-based organizations. In collaboration with the public education department, the program administers prekindergarten funding and ensures all prekindergarten children with special education needs receive the services and supports they need.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,990.5                                             1,990.5

      (b)  Contractual services        22,920.2                                            22,920.2

      (c)  Other                    197,558.8                  15,704.1                 213,262.9

The general fund appropriations to the prekindergarten program of the early childhood education and care department shall be reduced by one hundred forty-nine million six hundred forty thousand dollars ($149,640,000) and an equal amount transferred from the permanent school fund to the common school current fund authorized by the 2022 amendment in Paragraph (2) of Subsection H of Article 12, Section 7 of the constitution of New Mexico for early childhood education is appropriated in lieu thereof for prekindergarten programs.

      Any unexpended balance from the school permanent fund in the prekindergarten program remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the school permanent fund.

      Any unexpended balance from the early childhood education and care program fund remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the early childhood education and care fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of children enrolled for at least six months in the  

                        state-funded New Mexico prekindergarten program who score  

                        at first step for kindergarten or higher on the fall  

                        observation kindergarten observation tool                                    80%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of children who participated in a New Mexico  

                        prekindergarten program for at least nine months who are  

                        proficient in math in kindergarten                                           75%

(5) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide leadership and support for the early childhood education and care department through strategic planning, legal services, information and technology services, financial services and budget, human resources and background checks.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            5,951.9      1,288.4      1,115.8      1,918.6     10,274.7

      (b)  Contractual services         1,579.0        629.5      6,150.0      4,170.1     12,528.6

      (c)  Other                      1,791.5        378.6        800.0      1,134.5      4,104.6

      (d)  Other financing uses                                  24,400.0                  24,400.0

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation from program support of the early childhood education and care department to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other financing uses category include five million dollars ($5,000,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for provider rate increases for maternal and child health, five million eight hundred thousand dollars ($5,800,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for birthing doulas and lactation counselor services and one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for medicaid home visiting contingent on enactment of Senate Bill 153 or similar legislation increasing the distribution of the fund in fiscal year 2025.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to program support of the early childhood education and care department include one million one hundred five thousand dollars ($1,105,000) for personnel and information technology contingent on legislation increasing the distribution of the fund in fiscal year 2025.

      Any unexpended balance from the early childhood education and care program fund remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall revert to the early childhood education and care fund. 

      Subtotal                        [347,719.7]    [5,913.6]  [283,027.5]  [147,154.2]   783,815.0

AGING AND LONG-TERM SERVICES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Consumer and elder rights:

The purpose of the consumer and elder rights program is to provide current information, assistance, counseling, education and support to older individuals and people with disabilities, residents of long-term care facilities and their families and caregivers that allow them to protect their rights and make informed choices about quality services.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,830.7                     900.0      1,128.2      3,858.9

      (b)  Contractual services            10.0                                  111.0        121.0

      (c)  Other                        244.6                                  609.5        854.1

      Performance measures:

      (a) Quality:      Percent of calls to the aging and disability resource  

                        center answered by a live operator                                           90%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of residents who remained in the community six  

                        months following a nursing home care transition                              98%

(2) Aging network:

The purpose of the aging network program is to provide supportive social and nutrition services for older individuals and persons with disabilities so they can remain independent and involved in their communities and to provide training, education and work experience to older individuals so they can enter or re-enter the workforce and receive appropriate income and benefits.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,332.4         34.5                     455.3      2,822.2

      (b)  Contractual services         1,810.7         10.0                     119.2      1,939.9

      (c)  Other                     41,892.1         71.3                  11,450.1     53,413.5

The general fund appropriation to the aging network program of the aging and long-term services department in the other category shall allow for an additional twelve and one-half percent distribution from the department of finance and administration for initial payments to aging network providers at the beginning of the fiscal year.

      Any unexpended balances remaining in the aging network from the conference on aging at the end of fiscal year 2025 from appropriations made from other state funds for the conference on aging shall not revert to the general fund.

      Any unexpended balances remaining in the aging network from the tax refund contribution senior fund, which provides for the provision of the supplemental senior services throughout the state, at the end of fiscal year 2025 shall not revert to the general fund. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Number of hours of caregiver support provided                            200,000

      (b) Output:       Number of hours of service provided by senior volunteers,  

                        statewide                                                                745,000

(3) Adult protective services:

The purpose of the adult protective services program is to investigate allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation of seniors and adults with disabilities and provide in-home support services to adults at high risk of repeat neglect.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            9,136.9                   2,800.0         55.7     11,992.6

      (b)  Contractual services         5,826.8                   1,926.3        442.8      8,195.9

      (c)  Other                        821.4                     250.0          5.0      1,076.4

The appropriations for personal services and employee benefits in the adult protective services program of the aging and long-term services department shall not revert at the end of fiscal year 2025 and may be spent for personal services and employee benefits in fiscal year 2026.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of emergency or priority one investigations in  

                        which a caseworker makes initial face-to-face contact with  

                        the alleged victim within prescribed timeframes                             100%

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide clerical, record-keeping and administrative support in the areas of personnel, budget, procurement and contracting to agency staff, outside contractors and external control agencies to implement and manage programs.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,908.4                                  121.9      5,030.3

      (b)  Contractual services           290.2      2,275.6                                2,565.8

      (c)  Other                      1,848.1                                             1,848.1

      Subtotal                         [70,952.3]    [2,391.4]    [5,876.3]   [14,498.7]    93,718.7

HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY DEPARTMENT:

(1) Medical assistance:

The purpose of the medical assistance program is to provide the necessary resources and information to enable low-income individuals to obtain either free or low-cost healthcare.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            8,557.3                               10,263.2     18,820.5

      (b)  Contractual services        28,216.9      1,727.4        759.9    100,398.3    131,102.5

      (c)  Other                  1,326,943.5    134,829.0    425,469.8  6,839,083.2  8,726,325.5

The appropriations to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department assume the state will receive an enhanced federal medical assistance percentage rate for those enrolled in the expansion adult category through fiscal year 2025 as provided for in the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. Should the federal government reduce or rescind the federal medical assistance percentage rates established by the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the health care authority department shall reduce or rescind eligibility for the new adult category.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes one million two hundred fifty-five thousand four hundred dollars ($1,255,400) from the tobacco settlement program fund for the breast and cervical cancer treatment program and thirteen million one hundred forty-two thousand eight hundred dollars ($13,142,800) from the tobacco settlement program fund for medicaid programs.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department include sixty-five million seven hundred twenty-nine thousand nine hundred dollars ($65,729,900) from the county-supported medicaid fund.

      The other state funds appropriations to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department include thirty-five million four hundred sixty-five thousand dollars ($35,465,000) from the health care facility fund.

      The general fund appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes twenty-eight million one hundred forty-four thousand eight hundred dollars ($28,144,800) to raise rates for primary care and maternal and child health services up to one hundred fifty percent of medicare rates or equivalent levels based on the health care authority department’s comprehensive rate review but excludes funds for nonmedical costs.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department include five million dollars ($5,000,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for provider rate increases for maternal and child health, five million eight hundred thousand dollars ($5,800,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for birthing doulas and lactation counselor services and one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) from the early childhood education and care fund for medicaid home visiting contingent on enactment of legislation of the second session of the fifty-sixth legislative session increasing the distribution of the fund in fiscal year 2025.

      The general fund appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes two million dollars ($2,000,000) for up to a six percent or greater rate increase for rural primary care clinics and federally qualified health centers.

      The general fund appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes twenty-six million dollars ($26,000,000) to maintain medicaid rates at one hundred percent or more of medicare rates or equivalent rates as implemented based on the health care authority department's comprehensive rate review and appropriated in Section 4 of Chapter 210 of Laws 2023.

      The general fund appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes nine million five hundred thousand dollars ($9,500,000) to increase rates for phase three providers to one hundred percent of medicare rates based on the health care authority department’s comprehensive rate review.

      The general fund appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes one million dollars ($1,000,000) to provide rate differentials for rural preceptors.

      The general fund appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes five million dollars ($5,000,000) for directed payment rate increases to New Mexico’s twenty smallest rural hospitals contingent on hospitals strengthening the rural health care workforce through student loan repayments, continuing education, increasing rural training opportunities and other evidence-based rural healthcare workforce development programs.

      Medicaid managed care organization contractors may negotiate different reimbursement amounts for different specialties or for different practitioners in the same specialty but shall not negotiate less than the medicaid fee-for-service rate.

      The health care authority department will monitor implementation of the rate increases and share any reports or monitoring information quarterly with the legislative finance committee. The health care authority department will not expand medicaid eligibility without prior approval of the legislature.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department from the university of New Mexico health sciences center intergovernmental transfer is sufficient to provide salary adjustments to graduate medical education residents and fellows at the university of New Mexico health sciences center through medicaid directed payments to the university of New Mexico health sciences center. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of children ages two to twenty years enrolled in  

                        medicaid managed care who had at least one dental visit  

                        during the measurement year                                                  68%

      (b) Explanatory:  Percent of infants and children in medicaid managed care  

                        who had six or more well-child visits in the first fifteen  

                        months of life                                                              

      (c) Outcome:      Percent of children and adolescents in medicaid managed  

                        care ages three to twenty-one years who had one or more  

                        well-care visits during the measurement year                                 60%

      (d) Outcome:      Percent of members eighteen to seventy-five years of age in  

                        medicaid managed care with diabetes, types 1 and 2, whose  

                        HbA1c was 9 percent during the measurement year                              65%

      (e) Outcome:      Percent of adults in medicaid managed care age eighteen and  

                        over readmitted to a hospital within thirty days of  

                        discharge                                                                     8%

      (f) Outcome:      Percent of medicaid managed care member deliveries who  

                        received a prenatal care visit in the first trimester or  

                        within forty-two days of eligibility                                         80%

(2) Medicaid behavioral health:

The purpose of the medicaid behavioral health program is to provide the necessary resources and information to enable low-income individuals to obtain either free or low-cost behavioral healthcare.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Other                    171,892.6                   7,837.2    672,619.9    852,349.7

The general fund appropriation to the medicaid behavioral health program of the health care authority department in the other category includes five million one hundred twenty thousand one hundred dollars ($5,120,100) for behavioral health provider rate increases and five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for bilingual behavioral health therapy differential rates.

      The general fund appropriation to the medicaid behavioral health program of the health care authority department includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to transfer to the administrative hearings office to support medicaid hearing officers.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the medical assistance program of the health care authority department in the other category includes one million eight hundred thirty-nine thousand dollars ($1,839,000) from the opioid crisis recovery fund for plans of safe care navigators as outlined in Section 32A-3A-13 NMSA 1978 and five million five hundred thousand dollars ($5,500,000) from the opioid crisis recovery fund for the ongoing costs of the opioid epidemic.

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of readmissions to same level of care or higher for  

                        children or youth discharged from residential treatment  

                        centers and inpatient care                                                    5%

      (b) Output:       Number of individuals served annually in substance use or  

                        mental health programs administered through the behavioral  

                        health collaborative and medicaid programs                               210,000

(3) Income support:

The purpose of the income support program is to provide cash assistance and supportive services to eligible low-income families so they can achieve self-sufficiency. Eligibility requirements are established by state law within broad federal statutory guidelines.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           22,432.0                               48,628.1     71,060.1

      (b)  Contractual services         9,587.4                               37,155.0     46,742.4

      (c)  Other                     30,581.3         60.8               1,193,605.3  1,224,247.4 The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include eleven million five hundred seven thousand seven hundred dollars ($11,507,700) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for administration of the New Mexico Works Act.

      The appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include one million nine hundred seventy-two thousand two hundred dollars ($1,972,200) from the general fund and fifty-seven million nine hundred fifty-two thousand two hundred dollars ($57,952,200) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant to provide cash assistance grants to participants as defined in the New Mexico Works Act, including wage subsidies for participants, transitions, two clothing allowances per year, diversion payments and state-funded payments to undocumented workers.

      The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include sixteen million six hundred forty-eight thousand three hundred dollars ($16,648,300) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for job training and placement and job-related transportation services, employment-related costs and a transitional employment program. The funds for the transitional employment program and the wage subsidy program may be used interchangeably.

      The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include thirty-one million five hundred twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($31,527,500) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for transfer to the early childhood education and care department for childcare programs.

      The federal funds appropriation to the income support program of the health care authority department includes seventeen million seven hundred ninety-eight thousand six hundred dollars ($17,798,600) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for transfer to the children, youth and families department for supportive housing, adoption services, foster care services, multilevel response system implementation as outlined in Section 32A-4-4.1 NMSA 1978, services for youth aging out of foster care, family support services, family preservation services, evidence-based prevention and intervention services and fostering connections.

      The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for transfer to the public education department for the graduation, reality and dual-role skills program to expand services and implement mentorship programs for teenage fathers.

      The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include two million dollars ($2,000,000) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for transfer to the higher education department for adult basic education and one million dollars ($1,000,000) for integrated education and training programs, including integrated basic education and skills training programs.

      The appropriations to the income support program of the health care authority department include seven million two hundred twenty thousand dollars ($7,220,000) from the general fund and one million four hundred thousand dollars ($1,400,000) from federal funds for general assistance.

      Any unexpended balances remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 from the other state funds appropriations derived from reimbursements received from the social security administration for the general assistance program shall not revert. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of all parent participants who meet temporary  

                        assistance for needy families federal work participation  

                        requirements                                                                 45%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of temporary assistance for needy families  

                        two-parent recipients meeting federal work participation  

                        requirements                                                                 60%

(4) Behavioral health services:

The purpose of the behavioral health services program is to lead and oversee the provision of an integrated and comprehensive behavioral health prevention and treatment system so the program fosters recovery and supports the health and resilience of all New Mexicans.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            3,516.2                                1,718.4      5,234.6

      (b)  Contractual services        54,779.5        169.5      3,287.9     31,809.9     90,046.8

      (c)  Other                      1,684.5                                  995.7      2,680.2

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the behavioral health services program of the health care authority department in the other category includes two million two hundred eighty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars ($2,287,900) from the opioid crisis recovery fund for housing assistance for people affected by opioid use disorder and one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the opioid crisis recovery fund for behavioral health telehealth services. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of individuals discharged from inpatient facilities  

                        who receive follow-up services at thirty days                                60%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of adults diagnosed with major depression who  

                        remained on an antidepressant medication for at least one  

                        hundred eighty days                                                          42%

      (c) Outcome:      Percent of medicaid members released from inpatient  

                        psychiatric hospitalization stays of four or more days who  

                        receive seven-day follow-up visits into community-based  

                        behavioral health                                                            51%

(5) Child support enforcement:

The purpose of the child support enforcement program is to provide location, establishment and collection services for custodial parents and their children; to ensure that all court orders for support payments are being met to maximize child support collections; and to reduce public assistance rolls.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            7,902.5        164.9                  16,892.8     24,960.2

      (b)  Contractual services         3,481.9         71.6                   8,957.8     12,511.3

      (c)  Other                      1,491.4         30.5                   3,135.1      4,657.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Amount of child support collected, in millions                              $147

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of current support owed that is collected                            65%

      (c) Outcome:      Percent of cases with support orders                                         85%

      (d) Explanatory:  Percent of noncustodial parents paying support to total  

                        cases with support orders                                                   

(6) State health benefits:

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

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         1,173.3                                1,173.3

      (b)  Contractual services                     32,825.7                               32,825.7

      (c)  Other                                 445,369.0                              445,369.0

(7) Health improvement:

The purpose of the health improvement program is to provide health facility licensing and certification surveys, community-based oversight and contract compliance surveys and a statewide incident management system so that people in New Mexico have access to quality healthcare and that vulnerable populations are safe from abuse, neglect and exploitation.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            9,670.3      1,787.6                   6,921.1     18,379.0

      (b)  Contractual services           466.1         10.4                     446.0        922.5

      (c)  Other                      1,188.2        115.0                     731.0      2,034.2

(8) Developmental disabilities support:

The purpose of the developmental disabilities support program is to administer a statewide system of community-based services and support to improve the quality of life and increase the independence and interdependence of individuals with developmental disabilities and children with or at risk for developmental delay or disability and their families.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            7,145.7                                8,769.2     15,914.9

      (b)  Contractual services         6,714.8                                5,874.1     12,588.9

      (c)  Other                      4,538.9        184.6                   3,756.0      8,479.5

      (d)  Other financing uses       234,129.8                                           234,129.8

The general fund appropriation to the developmental disabilities support program of the health care authority department in the other financing uses category includes eleven million eight hundred twenty-one thousand three hundred dollars ($11,821,300) to raise rates for developmental disability providers. 

(9) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide overall leadership, direction and administrative support to each agency program and to assist it in achieving its programmatic goals.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           12,317.7        272.2                  13,901.9     26,491.8

      (b)  Contractual services         9,211.6        670.3      2,300.0     29,439.2     41,621.1

      (c)  Other                      6,618.5        268.9                   8,752.9     15,640.3

      Subtotal                      [1,963,068.6]  [619,730.7]  [439,654.8][9,043,854.1]12,066,308.2

WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS DEPARTMENT:

(1) Unemployment insurance:

The purpose of the unemployment insurance program is to administer an array of demand-driven workforce development services to prepare New Mexicans to meet the needs of business.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,139.5                     796.8      9,822.4     11,758.7

      (b)  Contractual services                                      21.4        266.5        287.9

      (c)  Other                                                             1,800.0      1,800.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Percent of eligible unemployment insurance claims issued a  

                        determination within twenty-one days from the date of claim                  80%

      (b) Output:       Average wait time to speak to a customer service agent in  

                        the unemployment insurance operation center to file a new  

                        unemployment insurance claim, in minutes                                    13:3

      (c) Output:       Average wait time to speak to a customer service agent in  

                        the unemployment insurance operation center to file a  

                        weekly certification, in minutes                                            13:0

(2) Labor relations:

The purpose of the labor relations program is to provide employment rights information and other work-site-based assistance to employers and employees.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,434.3                     170.0        213.6      4,817.9

      (b)  Contractual services            68.1                      60.0         76.7        204.8

      (c)  Other                         25.0                     169.5        226.4        420.9

(3) Workforce technology:

The purpose of the workforce technology program is to provide and maintain customer-focused, effective and innovative information technology services for the department and its service providers.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              899.4                      67.0      4,524.3      5,490.7

      (b)  Contractual services         2,205.4                   1,651.9      4,964.8      8,822.1

      (c)  Other                      2,723.9                     665.5      4,757.3      8,146.7

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of time the unemployment framework for automated  

                        claims and tax services are available during scheduled  

                        uptime                                                                       99%

(4) Employment services:

The purpose of the employment services program is to provide standardized business solution strategies and labor market information through the New Mexico public workforce system that is responsive to the needs of New Mexico businesses.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                                     12,197.8      9,285.9     21,483.7

      (b)  Contractual services                                     209.2      1,467.2      1,676.4

      (c)  Other                        522.9                   2,865.7      6,885.9     10,274.5

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the employment services program of the workforce solutions department include one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the workers' compensation administration fund of the workers' compensation administration.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of unemployed individuals employed after receiving  

                        employment services in a connections office                                  60%

      (b) Outcome:      Average six-month earnings of individuals entering  

                        employment after receiving employment services in a  

                        connections office                                                       $16,250

      (c) Output:       Percent of audited apprenticeship programs deemed compliant                  75%

(5) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide overall leadership, direction and administrative support to each agency program to achieve organizational goals and objectives.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              273.1                   1,384.1      8,294.8      9,952.0

      (b)  Contractual services            16.9                      91.4      1,100.0      1,208.3

      (c)  Other                         20.0                      84.8     33,880.9     33,985.7

      Subtotal                         [12,328.5]                [20,435.1]   [87,566.7]   120,330.3

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ADMINISTRATION:

(1) Workers’ compensation administration:

The purpose of the workers' compensation administration program is to assure the quick and efficient delivery of indemnity and medical benefits to injured and disabled workers at a reasonable cost to employers.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                        10,520.8                               10,520.8

      (b)  Contractual services                        323.2                                  323.2

      (c)  Other                                   1,471.0                                1,471.0

      (d)  Other financing uses                      1,000.0                                1,000.0

The other state funds appropriation to the workers’ compensation administration program in the other financing uses category includes one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the workers’ compensation administration fund for the employment services program of the workforce solutions department.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Rate of serious injuries and illnesses caused by workplace  

                        conditions per one hundred workers                                           0.5

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of employers determined to be in compliance with  

                        insurance requirements of the Workers' Compensation Act  

                        after initial investigations                                                 97%

(2) Uninsured employers’ fund:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           432.2                                  432.2

      (b)  Contractual services                         71.1                                   71.1

      (c)  Other                                     551.0                                  551.0

      Subtotal                                      [14,369.3]                              14,369.3

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION DIVISION:

(1) Rehabilitation services:

The purpose of the rehabilitation services program is to promote opportunities for people with disabilities to become more independent and productive by empowering individuals with disabilities so they may maximize their employment, economic self-sufficiency, independence and inclusion and integration into society.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                                                  15,044.7     15,044.7

      (b)  Contractual services                                                2,889.3      2,889.3

      (c)  Other                      6,204.6                     191.5      5,564.3     11,960.4

      (d)  Other financing uses                                                  200.0        200.0

The general fund appropriation to the rehabilitation services program of the vocational rehabilitation division in the other category includes five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) to provide adult vocational rehabilitation services.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the rehabilitation services program of the vocational rehabilitation division in the other category includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from the commission for the blind to match with federal funds to provide rehabilitation services to blind or visually impaired New Mexicans.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the rehabilitation services program of the vocational rehabilitation division in the other category includes ninety-one thousand five hundred dollars ($91,500) to match with federal funds to support and enhance deaf and hard-of-hearing rehabilitation services.

      The federal funds appropriation to the rehabilitation services program of the division of vocational rehabilitation in the other financing uses category includes two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for the independent living program of the commission for the blind to provide services to blind or visually impaired New Mexicans. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Number of clients achieving suitable employment for a  

                        minimum of ninety days                                                       750

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of clients achieving suitable employment outcomes  

                        of all cases closed after receiving planned services                         40%

(2) Independent living services:

The purpose of the independent living services program is to increase access for individuals with disabilities to technologies and services needed for various applications in learning, working and home management.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Contractual services                                                   51.5         51.5

      (b)  Other                        662.7                       7.1        828.5      1,498.3

      (c)  Other financing uses                                                   65.0         65.0

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the independent living services program of the vocational rehabilitation division in the other category includes seven thousand one hundred dollars ($7,100) from the commission for the blind to match with federal funds to provide independent living services to blind or visually impaired New Mexicans.

      The federal funds appropriation to the independent living services program of the vocational rehabilitation division in the other financing uses category includes sixty-five thousand dollars ($65,000) for the independent living program of the commission for the blind to provide services to blind or visually impaired New Mexicans. 

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of independent living plans developed                                 750

      (b) Output:       Number of individuals served for independent living                          765

(3) Disability determination:

The purpose of the disability determination program is to produce accurate and timely eligibility determinations to social security disability applicants so they may receive benefits.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                                                   9,452.5      9,452.5

      (b)  Contractual services                                                3,703.0      3,703.0

      (c)  Other                                                             4,897.2      4,897.2

      Performance measures:

      (a) Efficiency:   Average number of days for completing an initial disability  

                        claim                                                                        188

(4) Administrative services:

The purpose of the administration services program is to provide leadership, policy development, financial analysis, budgetary control, information technology services, administrative support and legal services to the vocational rehabilitation division. The administration services program function is to ensure the vocational rehabilitation division achieves a high level of accountability and excellence in services provided to the people of New Mexico.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                           676.4                   4,182.6      4,859.0

      (b)  Contractual services                                                  235.9        235.9

      (c)  Other                                      73.9                   1,025.9      1,099.8

Any unexpended balances in the vocational rehabilitation division remaining at the end of fiscal year 2025 from appropriations made from the general fund shall not revert and may be expended in fiscal year 2026. 

      Subtotal                          [6,867.3]      [750.3]      [198.6]   [48,140.4]    55,956.6

GOVERNOR’S COMMISSION ON DISABILITY:

(1) Governor’s commission on disability:

The purpose of the governor's commission on disability program is to promote policies and programs that focus on common issues faced by New Mexicans with disabilities, regardless of type of disability, age or other factors. The commission educates state administrators, legislators and the general public on the issues facing New Mexicans with disabilities, especially as they relate to federal Americans with Disabilities Act directives, building codes, disability technologies and disability culture so they can improve the quality of life of New Mexicans with disabilities.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              833.0                                  344.3      1,177.3

      (b)  Contractual services            54.5                                   95.5        150.0

      (c)  Other                        390.5        250.0                      82.3        722.8

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of requested architectural plan reviews and site  

                        inspections completed                                                        98%

(2) Brain injury advisory council:

The purpose of the brain injury advisory council program is to provide guidance on the use and implementation of programs provided through the health care authority department's brain injury services fund so the department may align service delivery with needs identified by the brain injury community.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits               93.6                                                93.6

      (b)  Contractual services            66.9                                                66.9

      (c)  Other                         74.7                                                74.7

      Subtotal                          [1,513.2]      [250.0]                   [522.1]     2,285.3

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COUNCIL:

(1) Developmental disabilities council:

The purpose of the developmental disabilities council program is to provide and produce opportunities for persons with disabilities so they may realize their dreams and potential and become integrated members of society.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              940.2                                  242.8      1,183.0

      (b)  Contractual services            85.7                      75.0                     160.7

      (c)  Other                        353.3                                  333.3        686.6

(2) Office of guardianship:

The purpose of the office of guardianship program is to enter into, monitor and enforce guardianship contracts for income-eligible persons and to help file, investigate and resolve complaints about guardianship services provided by contractors to maintain the dignity, safety and security of the indigent and incapacitated adults of the state.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            1,062.5                                             1,062.5

      (b)  Contractual services         6,711.0                     550.0                   7,261.0

      (c)  Other                        147.4                                               147.4

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Average amount of time spent on wait list, in months                         9:0

      Subtotal                          [9,300.1]                   [625.0]      [576.1]    10,501.2

MINERS’ HOSPITAL OF NEW MEXICO:

(1) Healthcare:

The purpose of the healthcare program is to provide quality acute care, long-term care and related health services to the beneficiaries of the miners' trust fund of New Mexico and the people of the region so they can maintain optimal health and quality of life.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                         8,462.0      5,108.0     10,323.0     23,893.0

      (b)  Contractual services                      4,760.0      2,338.0      2,963.0     10,061.0

      (c)  Other                                   3,592.0      1,564.0      2,160.0      7,316.0

      (d)  Other financing uses                                     550.0                     550.0

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the healthcare program of miners’ hospital of New Mexico include nine million five hundred sixty thousand dollars ($9,560,000) from the miners’ trust fund.

      The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the healthcare program of miners’ hospital of New Mexico include five hundred fifty thousand dollars ($550,000) from the miners’ trust fund to transfer to the health care authority department to leverage additional federal medicaid revenue.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of occupancy at nursing home based on licensed beds                  55%

      (b) Quality:      Percent of patients readmitted to the hospital within  

                        thirty days with the same or similar diagnosis                              1.8%

      Subtotal                                      [16,814.0]    [9,560.0]   [15,446.0]    41,820.0

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH:

(1) Public health:

The purpose of the public health program is to provide a coordinated system of community-based public health services focusing on disease prevention and health promotion to improve health status, reduce disparities and ensure timely access to quality, culturally competent healthcare.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           28,531.3      2,343.0      3,573.3     35,217.5     69,665.1

      (b)  Contractual services        31,534.4      6,785.6     16,431.4     25,815.8     80,567.2

      (c)  Other                     15,475.7     37,443.1      6,191.1     46,986.5    106,096.4

      (d)  Other financing uses           462.3                                               462.3

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public health program of the department of health include five million four hundred thirty-five thousand two hundred dollars ($5,435,200) from the tobacco settlement program fund for smoking cessation and prevention programs.

      The general fund appropriations to the public health program of the department of health include one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) for services to address alcohol misuse.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Quality:      Percent of female New Mexico department of health's public  

                        health office family planning clients, ages fifteen to  

                        nineteen, who were provided most or moderately effective  

                        contraceptives                                                               88%

      (b) Quality:      Percent of school-based health centers funded by the  

                        department of health that demonstrate improvement in their  

                        primary care or behavioral healthcare focus area                             96%

      (c) Outcome:      Percent of preschoolers ages nineteen to thirty-five months  

                        indicated as being fully immunized                                           68%

(2) Epidemiology and response:

The purpose of the epidemiology and response program is to monitor health, provide health information, prevent disease and injury, promote health and healthy behaviors, respond to public health events, prepare for health emergencies and provide emergency medical and vital registration services to New Mexicans.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            6,501.3        154.5        255.5     20,671.1     27,582.4

      (b)  Contractual services         3,576.8        185.8        478.3     17,704.3     21,945.2

      (c)  Other                      5,402.2        185.7         27.2      2,582.4      8,197.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Explanatory:  Drug overdose death rate per one hundred thousand population                

      (b) Explanatory:  Alcohol-related death rate per one hundred thousand  

                        population                                                                  

      (c) Outcome:      Percent of opioid patients also prescribed benzodiazepines                    5%

(3) Laboratory services:

The purpose of the laboratory services program is to provide laboratory analysis and scientific expertise for policy development for tax-supported public health, environment and toxicology programs in the state of New Mexico and to provide timely identification of threats to the health of New Mexicans.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            7,040.0      1,057.1        235.6      1,823.4     10,156.1

      (b)  Contractual services           462.1         30.0         33.5        393.8        919.4

      (c)  Other                      2,209.1        473.0        624.4      3,307.3      6,613.8

(4) Facilities management:

The purpose of the facilities management program is to provide oversight for department of health facilities that provide health and behavioral healthcare services, including mental health, substance abuse, nursing home and rehabilitation programs in both facility- and community-based settings, and serve as the safety net for the citizens of New Mexico.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           66,501.6     54,467.2      4,675.4      6,081.6    131,725.8

      (b)  Contractual services         3,791.0      8,368.3        448.1      1,609.6     14,217.0

      (c)  Other                     15,583.1     11,362.5      1,840.1      1,415.9     30,201.6

      Performance measures:

      (a) Efficiency:   Percent of eligible third-party revenue collected at all  

                        agency facilities                                                            93%

(5) Medical cannabis:

The purpose of the medical cannabis program is to provide qualified patients with the means to legally and beneficially consume medical cannabis in a regulated system for alleviating symptoms caused by debilitating medical conditions and their medical treatments and to regulate a system of production and distribution of medical cannabis to ensure an adequate supply.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits                                      1,572.3                   1,572.3

      (b)  Contractual services                                     570.5                     570.5

      (c)  Other                                                  373.7                     373.7

(6) Administration:

The purpose of the administration program is to provide leadership, policy development, information technology, administrative and legal support to the department of health so it achieves a high level of accountability and excellence in services provided to the people of New Mexico.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            9,004.4        750.0                   7,182.1     16,936.5

      (b)  Contractual services           371.9                      58.2        655.4      1,085.5

      (c)  Other                        257.4        250.0        757.3      1,190.4      2,455.1

      Subtotal                        [196,704.6]  [123,855.8]   [38,145.9]  [172,637.1]   531,343.4

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT:

(1) Resource protection:

The purpose of the resource protection program is to monitor and provide regulatory oversight of the generation, storage, transportation and disposal of wastes in New Mexico. The program also oversees the investigation and cleanup of environmental contamination covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,785.7                   9,006.8      3,573.5     15,366.0

      (b)  Contractual services           300.3                   1,281.4      1,707.1      3,288.8

      (c)  Other                         41.4                     933.2        621.9      1,596.5

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of hazardous waste facilities in compliance                          90%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of solid and infectious waste management facilities  

                        in compliance                                                                90%

(2) Water protection:

The purpose of the water protection program is to protect and preserve the ground, surface and drinking water resources of the state for present and future generations. The program also helps New Mexico communities develop sustainable and secure water, wastewater and solid waste infrastructure through funding, technical assistance and project oversight.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            5,870.9        100.0      5,266.4      8,424.1     19,661.4

      (b)  Contractual services         1,510.9                   4,332.9     23,422.6     29,266.4

      (c)  Other                        303.9                   1,741.7      4,464.2      6,509.8

      (d)  Other financing uses                                                  228.9        228.9

      (e)  Land of Enchantment Legacy Fun                         1,250.0                   1,250.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Number of nonpoint source impaired waterbodies restored by  

                        the department relative to the number of impaired water  

                        bodies                                                                       1/4

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of groundwater permittees in compliance                              92%

(3) Environmental protection:

The purpose of the environmental protection program is to ensure New Mexicans breathe healthy air, to prevent and mitigate the impacts of climate change on the state’s population and industries, and to protect the public from radiation-related risks. The program implements rules and initiatives that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, protect the public from environmental contaminants, and limit exposure to radon and radioactive materials.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            2,159.7                  12,452.6      1,141.9     15,754.2

      (b)  Contractual services           208.3                   1,468.1        321.4      1,997.8

      (c)  Other                        185.7                   2,029.4      2,682.9      4,898.0

      Performance measures:

      (a) Outcome:      Percent of the population breathing air meeting federal  

                        health standards                                                             95%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of employers inspected that did not meet  

                        occupational health and safety requirements for at least  

                        one standard                                                                 55%

(4) Resource management:

The purpose of the resource management program is to provide overall leadership, administrative, legal and information management support to all programs within the department. This support allows the department to operate in the most responsible, efficient and effective manner so the public can receive the information it needs to hold the department accountable.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,062.0         88.4      3,719.0      2,338.0     10,207.4

      (b)  Contractual services           712.5         28.5        173.8        386.7      1,301.5

      (c)  Other                      2,833.7         83.1        846.7        256.7      4,020.2

(5) Environmental health:

The purpose of the environmental health program is to protect the public from environmental health hazards by providing regulatory oversight of food service and food processing facilities, hemp-finished products, adult use and medical edible cannabis products, public swimming pools and spas, and liquid waste systems. The program also ensures every employee has safe working conditions, enforcing occupational health and safety standards to prevent workplace illnesses, injuries, and fatalities.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            7,349.0                   5,632.1      1,762.7     14,743.8

      (b)  Contractual services            85.0                     270.0         40.0        395.0

      (c)  Other                      1,343.4                     602.2        250.6      2,196.2

(6) Special revenue funds:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Contractual services                      4,990.0                                4,990.0

      (b)  Other                                  11,338.0                   4,262.0     15,600.0

      (c)  Other financing uses                     48,550.0                               48,550.0

      Subtotal                         [29,752.4]   [65,178.0]   [51,006.3]   [55,885.2]   201,821.9

OFFICE OF NATURAL RESOURCES TRUSTEE:

(1) Natural resource damage assessment and restoration:

The purpose of the natural resource damage assessment and restoration program is to restore or replace natural resources injured or lost due to releases of hazardous substances or oil into the environment.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits              715.0                                               715.0

      (b)  Contractual services                     10,000.0                               10,000.0

      (c)  Other                         62.2                                                62.2

      Subtotal                            [777.2]   [10,000.0]                              10,777.2

VETERANS’ SERVICES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Veterans’ services:

The purpose of the veterans' services program is to carry out the mandates of the New Mexico legislature and the governor to provide information and assistance to veterans and their eligible dependents to obtain the benefits to which they are entitled to improve their quality of life.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            6,013.9                                  460.1      6,474.0

      (b)  Contractual services           832.6        365.0                     278.0      1,475.6

      (c)  Other                        892.5        110.0                     185.8      1,188.3

      Performance measures:

      (a) Quality:      Percent of veterans surveyed who rate the services provided                     

                         by the agency as satisfactory or above                                       95%

       (b) Explanatory:  Number of veterans and families of veterans served by                           

                         veterans' services department field offices                                           Subtotal                          [7,739.0]      [475.0]                   [923.9]     9,137.9

FAMILY REPRESENTATION AND ADVOCACY:

(1) Family representation and advocacy:

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits            4,645.5                   1,548.5                   6,194.0

      (b)  Contractual services         3,352.8                   1,117.6                   4,470.4

      (c)  Other                        821.6                     100.0                     921.6

      Subtotal                          [8,819.9]                 [2,766.1]                 11,586.0

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Juvenile justice facilities:

The purpose of the juvenile justice facilities program is to provide rehabilitative services to youth committed to the department, including medical, educational, mental health and other services that will support their rehabilitation.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           52,347.0      5,375.4        963.4        403.3     59,089.1

      (b)  Contractual services        12,582.9      1,292.1        231.6         97.0     14,203.6

      (c)  Other                      6,957.0        714.3        128.1         53.6      7,853.0

The general fund appropriations to the juvenile justice facilities program of the children, youth and families department include seven thousand six hundred dollars ($7,600) for juvenile public safety advisory board operations. 

(2) Protective services:

The purpose of the protective services program is to receive and investigate referrals of child abuse and neglect and provide family preservation and treatment and legal services to vulnerable children and their families to ensure their safety and well-being.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           49,483.6        132.0      7,786.6     35,074.9     92,477.1

      (b)  Contractual services        30,336.4         81.0      4,773.7     21,503.0     56,694.1

      (c)  Other                     42,118.6        112.4      6,627.7     29,854.4     78,713.1

The internal service funds/interagency transfer appropriations to the protective services program of the children, youth and families department include seventeen million seven hundred ninety-eight thousand six hundred dollars ($17,798,600) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant to New Mexico for supportive housing, adoption services, foster care services, multilevel response system implementation as outlined in Section 32A-4-4.1 NMSA 1978, services for youth aging out of foster care, family support services, family preservation services, evidence-based prevention and intervention services and fostering connections.

      The general fund appropriations to the protective services program of the children, youth, and families department include seven million six hundred sixty-two thousand dollars ($7,662,000) to match with federal revenue for well-supported, supported or promising programming as included on the clearinghouse website for the Family First Prevention Services Act or on the website for the California evidence-based clearinghouse for child welfare.  

      Performance measures:

      (a) Output:       Turnover rate for protective service workers                                 25%

      (b) Outcome:      Percent of children in foster care for twelve to  

                        twenty-three months at the start of a twelve-month period  

                        who achieve permanency within that twelve months                             44%

(3) Behavioral health services:

The purpose of the behavioral health services program is to provide coordination and management of behavioral health policy, programs and services for children.

      Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           10,891.3         92.3        305.6      1,277.9     12,567.1

      (b)  Contractual services        35,410.9        299.7        993.5      4,155.1     40,859.2

      (c)  Other                        956.0          8.0         26.8        112.2      1,103.0

(4) Program support:

The purpose of program support is to provide the direct services divisions with functional and administrative support so they may provide client services consistent with the department's mission and also support the development and professionalism of employees.

       Appropriations:

      (a)  Personal services and                                                     

            employee benefits           11,852.4                     861.9      4,131.4     16,845.7

      (b)  Contractual services         2,093.7                     160.0        767.1      3,020.8

      (c)  Other                      2,329.4                     178.1        853.4      3,360.9

      Subtotal                        [257,359.2]    [8,107.2]   [23,037.0]   [98,283.3]   386,786.7

TOTAL HEALTH, HOSPITALS AND HUMAN    2,923,791.8    876,689.6    876,034.5  9,691,897.5 14,368,413.4

SERVICES                                                                             G. PUBLIC SAFETYDEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS:

(1) National guard support: