AN ACT
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MAKING GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES BY STATE AGENCIES REQUIRED BY LAW.
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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO:
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Section 1. SHORT TITLE.--This act may be cited as the “General Appropriation Act of 2001".
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Section 2. DEFINITIONS.--As used in the General Appropriation Act of 2001:
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A. “activity” is a strategy or work process designed to achieve a common purpose with a given
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set of inputs, one or more of which constitute a program;
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B. “agency” means an office, department, agency, institution, board, bureau, commission,
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court, district attorney, council or committee of state government;
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C. “efficiency measure” is a indicator of the cost of an activity in dollars or employee
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hours per unit of output or outcome;
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D. “expenditures” means costs, expenses, encumbrances and other financing uses, other than
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refunds authorized by law, recognized in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the
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legally authorized budget amounts and budget period;
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E. “explanatory data” means information that can help users to understand reported
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performance measures and to evaluate the significance of underlying factors that may have affected the
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reported information;
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F. “federal funds” means any payments by the United States government to state government or
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agencies except those payments made in accordance with the federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act;
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G. “full-time equivalent” or “FTE” means one or more authorized positions that together
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receive compensation for not more than two thousand eighty hours worked in fiscal year 2002. The
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calculation of hours worked includes compensated absences but does not include overtime, compensatory time
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or sick leave paid pursuant to Section 10-7-10 NMSA 1978;
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H. “general fund” means that fund created by Section 6-4-2 NMSA 1978 and includes federal
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Mineral Lands Leasing Act receipts and those payments made in accordance with the federal block grant and
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the federal Workforce Investment Act, but excludes the general fund operating reserve and the
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appropriation contingency fund;
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I. “interagency transfers” means revenue, other than internal service funds, legally
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transferred from one agency to another;
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J. “internal service funds” means:
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(1) revenue transferred to an agency for the financing of goods or services to another
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agency on a cost-reimbursement basis; and
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(2) unencumbered balances in agency internal service fund accounts appropriated by the
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General Appropriation Act of 2001;
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K. “other state funds” means:
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(1) unencumbered, nonreverting balances in agency accounts, other than in internal
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service funds accounts, appropriated by the General Appropriation Act of 2001;
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(2) all revenue available to agencies from sources other than the general fund, internal
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service funds, interagency transfers and federal funds; and
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(3) all revenue, the use of which is restricted by statute or agreement;
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L. “outcome measure” is an indicator of the accomplishments or results that occur because of
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services provided by a program and is a measure of the actual impact or public benefit of a program;
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M. “output measure” is an indicator of the physical quantity of a service or product
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delivered by an activity or program;
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N. “performance measure” means a quantitative or qualitative indicator used to assess a state
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agency’s performance;
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O. “program” means a set of activities undertaken in accordance with a plan of action
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organized to realize identifiable goals and objectives based on legislative authorization;
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P. “quality measure” is an indicator of the quality of a good or service produced and is
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often an indicator of the timeliness, reliability or safety of services or products produced by a
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program;
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Q. “revenue” means all money received by an agency from sources external to that agency, net
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of refunds and other correcting transactions, other than from issue of debt, liquidation of investments or
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as agent or trustee for other governmental entities or private persons;
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R. “target” means the expected level of performance of a program’s performance measures;
and
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S. “unforeseen federal funds” means a source of federal funds or an increased amount of
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federal funds that could not have been reasonably anticipated or known during the first session of the
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forty-fifth legislature and, therefore, could not have been requested by an agency or appropriated by the
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legislature.
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Section 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS.--
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A. Amounts set out under column headings are expressed in thousands of dollars.
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B. Amounts set out under column headings are appropriated from the source indicated by the
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column heading. All amounts set out under the column heading “Internal Service Funds/Interagency
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Transfers” indicate an intergovernmental transfer and do not represent a portion of total state government
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appropriations. All information designated as “Totals” or “Subtotals” are provided for information and
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are not appropriations.
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C. Amounts set out in Section 4 and Section 5 of the General Appropriation Act of 2001, or so
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much as may be necessary, are appropriated from the indicated source for expenditure in fiscal year 2002
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for the objects expressed.
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D. Unencumbered balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall
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revert to the general fund by October 1, 2001, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act
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of 2001 or otherwise provided by law.
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E. Unencumbered balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2002 shall
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revert to the general fund by October 1, 2002, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act
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of 2001 or otherwise provided by law.
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F. The state budget division shall monitor revenue received by agencies from sources other
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than the general fund and shall reduce the operating budget of any agency whose revenue from such sources
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is not meeting projections. The state budget division shall notify the legislative finance committee of
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any operating budget reduced pursuant to this subsection.
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G. Except as otherwise specifically stated in the General Appropriation Act of 2001,
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appropriations are made in that act for the expenditures of agencies and for other purposes as required by
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existing law for fiscal year 2002. If any other act of the first session of the forty-fifth legislature
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changes existing law with regard to the name or responsibilities of an agency or the name or purpose of a
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fund or distribution, the appropriation made in the General Appropriation Act of 2001 shall be transferred
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from the agency, fund or distribution to which an appropriation has been made as required by existing law
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to the appropriate agency, fund or distribution provided by the new law.
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H. In August, October, December and May of fiscal year 2002, the department of finance and
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administration, in consultation with the staff of the legislative finance committee and other agencies,
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shall prepare and present revenue estimates to the legislative finance committee. If these revenue
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estimates indicate that revenues and transfers to the general fund, excluding transfers to the general
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fund operating reserve, the appropriation contingency fund or the state-support reserve fund, as of the
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end of fiscal year 2002, are not expected to meet appropriations from the general fund, then the
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department shall present a plan to the legislative finance committee that outlines the methods by which
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the administration proposes to address the deficit.
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I. Pursuant to Sections 6-3-23 through 6-3-25 NMSA 1978, agencies whose revenue from
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unforeseen federal funds, from state board of finance loans, from revenue appropriated by other acts of
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the legislature, or from gifts, grants, donations, bequests, insurance settlements, refunds, or payments
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into revolving funds which exceed specifically appropriated amounts, may request budget increases from the
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state budget division. If approved by the state budget division, such money is appropriated. In
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approving a budget increase from unforeseen federal funds, the director of the state budget division shall
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advise the legislative finance committee as to the source of the federal funds and the source and amount
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of any matching funds required.
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J. For fiscal year 2002, the number of permanent and term full-time equivalent positions
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specified for each agency shows the maximum number of employees intended by the legislature for that
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agency, unless another provision of the General Appropriation Act of 2001 or another act of the first
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session of the forty-fifth legislature provides for additional employees.
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K. Except for gasoline credit cards used solely for operation of official vehicles and
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telephone credit cards used solely for official business, none of the appropriations contained in the
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General Appropriation Act of 2001 may be expended for payment of credit card invoices.
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L. To prevent unnecessary spending, expenditures from the General Appropriation Act of 2001
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for gasoline for state-owned vehicles at public gasoline service stations shall be made only for
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self-service gasoline; provided that a state agency head may provide exceptions from the requirement to
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accommodate disabled persons or for other reasons the public interest may require.
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M. When approving operating budgets based on appropriations in the General Appropriation Act
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of 2001, the state budget division is specifically authorized to approve only those budgets that are in
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accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the purpose of properly classifying other
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financing sources and uses, including interfund, intrafund and interagency transfers.
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N. No money appropriated in the General Appropriation Act of 2001 shall be used to promote
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the legalization or decriminalization of controlled substances.
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Section 4. FISCAL YEAR 2002 APPROPRIATIONS.--
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A. LEGISLATIVE
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL SERVICE:
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(1) Legislative maintenance department:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,749.5 1,749.5
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(b) Contractual services 100.2 100.2
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(c) Other 932.1 932.1
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Authorized FTE: 39.00 Permanent; 4.00 Temporary
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(2) Energy council dues: 32.0 32.0
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(3) Legislative retirement: 167.0 167.0
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Subtotal 2,980.8
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TOTAL LEGISLATIVE 2,980.8 2,980.8
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B. JUDICIAL
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SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 480.1 480.1
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(b) Contractual services 312.6 312.6
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(c) Other financing uses .2 .2
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(d) Other 468.3 468.3
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Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 1,261.2
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NEW MEXICO COMPILATION COMMISSION:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 157.1 157.1
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(b) Contractual services 834.9 40.0 874.9
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(c) Other financing uses .1 .1
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(d) Other 140.9 30.0 170.9
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Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 1,203.0
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JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION:
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employee benefits 241.0 241.0
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(b) Contractual services 21.9 21.9
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(c) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0
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(d) Other 90.2 90.2
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Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 354.1
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COURT OF APPEALS:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 3,657.1 3,657.1
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(b) Contractual services 100.0 100.0
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(c) Other financing uses 1.1 1.1
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(d) Other 343.0 343.0
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Authorized FTE: 58.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 4,101.2
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SUPREME COURT:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,774.6 1,774.6
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(b) Contractual services 96.4 96.4
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(c) Other financing uses .6 .6
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(d) Other 182.0 182.0
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Authorized FTE: 29.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 2,053.6
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SUPREME COURT BUILDING COMMISSION:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 374.8 374.8
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(b) Contractual services 62.8 62.8
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(c) Other financing uses .3 .3
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(d) Other 163.6 163.6
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Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 601.5
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DISTRICT COURTS:
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(1) First judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 3,424.2 179.4 148.6 3,752.2
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(b) Contractual services 370.1 48.0 .3 418.4
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(c) Other financing uses 2.0 .8 2.8
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(d) Other 336.3 58.8 9.1 404.2
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Authorized FTE: 65.50 Permanent; 5.50 Term
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(2) Second judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 13,045.1 544.3 428.7 14,018.1
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(b) Contractual services 295.5 65.5 2.9 363.9
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(c) Other financing uses 5.3 .2 .2 5.7
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(d) Other 1,454.3 167.3 51.6 1,673.2
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Authorized FTE: 269.50 Permanent; 16.00 Term
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(3) Third judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,575.2 33.6 122.2 2,731.0
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(b) Contractual services 660.2 28.5 8.1 696.8
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(c) Other 189.6 18.4 14.0 222.0
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Authorized FTE: 51.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term
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(4) Fourth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 880.5 880.5
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(b) Contractual services 3.0 3.0
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(c) Other financing uses 22.0 22.0
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(d) Other 104.2 104.2
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Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent
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(5) Fifth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 3,085.5 3,085.5
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(b) Contractual services 183.0 57.0 240.0
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(c) Other financing uses 1.3 1.3
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(d) Other 400.6 3.0 403.6
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Authorized FTE: 63.50 Permanent
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(6) Sixth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 924.6 924.6
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(b) Contractual services 246.9 246.9
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(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
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(d) Other 138.8 138.8
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Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent
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(7) Seventh judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,136.3 1,136.3
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(b) Contractual services 68.1 8.0 76.1
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(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
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(d) Other 157.1 157.1
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Authorized FTE: 23.50 Permanent
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(8) Eighth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,084.7 1,084.7
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(b) Contractual services 381.7 30.0 411.7
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(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
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(d) Other 141.9 141.9
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Authorized FTE: 20.50 Permanent
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The general fund appropriation to the eighth judicial district court in the contractual services category
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includes fifty-five thousand dollars ($55,000) for the Taos county teen court program.
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(9) Ninth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,302.2 118.5 1,420.7
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(b) Contractual services 137.0 23.5 34.9 195.4
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(c) Other financing uses .5 .5
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(d) Other 251.6 1.5 13.6 266.7
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Authorized FTE: 23.50 Permanent; 2.00 Term
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(10) Tenth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 446.5 446.5
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(b) Contractual services 6.8 6.8
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(c) Other financing uses 15.2 15.2
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(d) Other 71.4 71.4
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Authorized FTE: 9.10 Permanent
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(11) Eleventh judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,330.9 2,330.9
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(b) Contractual services 255.0 81.4 336.4
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(c) Other financing uses .8 .8
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(d) Other 352.8 1.1 353.9
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Authorized FTE: 46.50 Permanent
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(12) Twelfth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,447.8 80.2 1,528.0
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(b) Contractual services 55.9 26.5 132.5 214.9
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(c) Other financing uses .5 .5
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(d) Other 181.0 13.0 36.6 230.6
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Authorized FTE: 28.50 Permanent; 1.00 Term
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(13) Thirteenth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,056.6 2,056.6
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(b) Contractual services 57.3 51.0 59.3 167.6
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(c) Other financing uses .8 .8
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(d) Other 284.6 4.0 288.6
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Authorized FTE: 43.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 43,280.5
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BERNALILLO COUNTY METROPOLITAN COURT:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 10,634.3 1,380.7 12,015.0
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(b) Contractual services 1,093.4 422.0 1,515.4
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(c) Other financing uses 4.5 4.5
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(d) Other 1,909.1 201.1 2,110.2
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Authorized FTE: 238.00 Permanent; 41.00 Term; 1.50 Temporary
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Subtotal 15,645.1
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DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:
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(1) First judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,620.4 106.0 440.3 3,166.7
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(b) Contractual services 19.2 14.6 57.0 90.8
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(c) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0
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(d) Other 185.7 2.4 93.3 281.4
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Authorized FTE: 51.50 Permanent; 9.50 Term
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(2) Second judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 10,785.7 448.6 158.6 11,392.9
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(b) Contractual services 110.0 110.0
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(c) Other financing uses 4.3 4.3
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(d) Other 1,060.7 1,060.7
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Authorized FTE: 228.00 Permanent; 19.50 Term
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(3) Third judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,314.5 12.3 33.8 511.0 2,871.6
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(b) Contractual services 30.5 6.1 81.6 118.2
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(c) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0
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(d) Other 180.6 2.8 .2 51.5 235.1
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Authorized FTE: 43.50 Permanent; 10.00 Term
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(4) Fourth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,633.1 179.6 1,812.7
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(b) Contractual services 52.0 52.0
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(c) Other financing uses 4.4 4.4
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(d) Other 189.7 2.7 192.4
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Authorized FTE: 30.50 Permanent; .50 Term
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(5) Fifth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,262.8 32.1 93.6 2,388.5
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(b) Contractual services 60.5 60.5
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(c) Other financing uses .9 .9
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(d) Other 298.9 298.9
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Authorized FTE: 47.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
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(6) Sixth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,175.4 263.3 119.9 1,558.6
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(b) Contractual services 55.3 55.3
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(c) Other 127.3 5.5 11.2 144.0
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Authorized FTE: 23.00 Permanent; 5.00 Term
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(7) Seventh judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,401.2 1,401.2
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(b) Contractual services 48.0 48.0
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(c) Other financing uses .6 .6
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(d) Other 143.1 143.1
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Authorized FTE: 30.00 Permanent
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(8) Eighth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,559.8 1,559.8
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(b) Contractual services 11.7 11.7
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(c) Other financing uses .9 .9
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(d) Other 219.3 219.3
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Authorized FTE: 29.00 Permanent
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(9) Ninth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,468.2 1,468.2
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(b) Contractual services 3.2 4.0 7.2
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(c) Other financing uses .7 .7
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(d) Other 195.8 12.3 208.1
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Authorized FTE: 30.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
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(10) Tenth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 604.9 604.9
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(b) Contractual services 3.2 3.2
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(d) Other 59.9 59.9
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Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent
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The general fund appropriations to the tenth judicial district attorney include sixty-eight thousand five
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hundred dollars ($68,500) for litigation liabilities.
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(11) Eleventh judicial district--Farmington:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,792.8 208.2 48.1 2,049.1
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(b) Contractual services 4.2 4.2
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(c) Other financing uses .9 .9
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(d) Other 140.1 1.3 13.5 154.9
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Authorized FTE: 40.50 Permanent; 6.80 Term
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(12) Eleventh judicial district--Gallup:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,283.3 82.0 1,365.3
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(b) Contractual services 14.0 14.0
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(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
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(d) Other 102.8 102.8
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Authorized FTE: 27.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
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(13) Twelfth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 1,659.1 16.3 86.6 287.4 2,049.4
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(b) Contractual services 4.5 7.3 5.1 17.9 34.8
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(c) Other financing uses .8 .8
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(d) Other 184.2 1.1 3.8 6.9 196.0
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Authorized FTE: 34.00 Permanent; 9.00 Term
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(14) Thirteenth judicial district:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 2,041.7 2,041.7
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(b) Contractual services 29.5 29.5
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(c) Other financing uses .9 .9
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(d) Other 211.8 211.8
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Authorized FTE: 47.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 39,895.4
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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT
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ATTORNEYS:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 476.2 476.2
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(b) Contractual services 3.5 3.5
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(c) Other financing uses .2 .2
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(d) Other 514.5 220.0 734.5
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Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent
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The general fund appropriation to the administrative office of the district attorneys includes one
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hundred forty thousand dollars ($140,000) to expand the children's safe house network statewide.
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Subtotal 1,214.4
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TOTAL JUDICIAL 99,947.3 4,944.1 2,667.5 2,051.1 109,610.0
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C. GENERAL CONTROL
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ATTORNEY GENERAL:
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(1) Regular operations:
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employee benefits 8,598.7 48.0 8,646.7
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(b) Contractual services 658.8 658.8
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(c) Other 939.1 500.3 1,439.4
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Authorized FTE: 141.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
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The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the regular operations of the attorney
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general include forty-eight thousand dollars ($48,000) from the medicaid fraud division.
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All revenue generated from antitrust cases through the attorney general on behalf of the state,
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political subdivisions or private citizens shall revert to the general fund.
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The other state funds appropriation to the regular operations of the attorney general includes five
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hundred thousand three hundred dollars ($500,300) from the consumer settlement fund.
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(2) Medicaid fraud:
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(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits 210.5 581.8 792.3
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(b) Contractual services 5.5 16.5 22.0
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(c) Other financing uses 48.0 48.0
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(d) Other 44.8 134.3 179.1
16
Authorized FTE: 13.00 Term
17
(3) Guardianship services:
18
(a) Personal services and
19
employee benefits 98.4 98.4
20
(b) Contractual services 1,341.7 1,341.7
21
(c) Other 12.9 12.9
22
Authorized FTE: 1.50 Permanent
23
Subtotal 13,239.3
24
STATE AUDITOR:
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employee benefits 1,565.4 280.0 1,845.4
2
(b) Contractual services 110.3 110.3
3
(c) Other financing uses .6 .6
4
(d) Other 248.5 172.8 421.3
5
Authorized FTE: 30.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
6
Subtotal 2,377.6
7
STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:
8
(a) Personal services and
9
employee benefits 1,669.2 1,669.2
10
(b) Contractual services 14,318.4 14,318.4
11
(c) Other financing uses 1,120.4 1,120.4
12
(d) Other 470.6 470.6
13
Authorized FTE: 23.00 Permanent
14
The other state funds appropriation to the state investment council in the contractual services category
15
includes twelve million five hundred sixteen thousand seven hundred dollars ($12,516,700) to be used only
16
for investment manager fees.
17
The other state funds appropriation to the state investment council in the other financing uses
18
category includes one million one hundred twenty thousand dollars ($1,120,000) for payment of custody
19
services associated with the fiscal agent contract to the state board of finance upon monthly
20
assessments. Unexpended or unencumbered balances in the state board of finance remaining at the end of
21
fiscal year 2002 from this appropriation shall revert to the state investment council.
22
Subtotal 17,578.6
23
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION:
24
(1) Dues and membership fees/special
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appropriations:
1
(a) National association of
2
state budget officers 9.3 9.3
3
(b) Council of state governments 74.8 74.8
4
(c) Western interstate commission
5
for higher education 99.0 99.0
6
(d) Education commission of the
7
states 43.7 43.7
8
(e) Rocky Mountain corporation
9
for public broadcasting 13.1 13.1
10
(f) National conference of state
11
legislatures 93.1 93.1
12
(g) Western governors' association 36.0 36.0
13
(h) Cumbres and Toltec scenic
14
railroad commission 10.0 10.0
15
(i) Commission on
16
intergovernmental relations 6.2 6.2
17
(j) Governmental accounting
18
standards board 15.6 15.6
19
(k) National center for state
20
courts 75.8 75.8
21
(l) National governors'
22
association 54.0 54.0
23
(m) Citizens review board 310.0 108.6 418.6
24
(n) Emergency water fund 45.0 45.0
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(o) Fiscal agent contract 750.0 2,520.0 3,270.0
1
(p) New Mexico water resources
2
association 6.6 6.6
3
(q) Big brothers and big sisters
4
programs 945.0 945.0
5
(r) Enhanced emergency 911 fund 400.0 2,900.0 3,300.0
6
(s) Community development block
7
grant revolving loan fund 391.5 160.0 551.5
8
(t) Emergency 911 income 100.0 3,900.0 4,000.0
9
(u) Emergency 911 reserve 500.0 500.0
10
(v) Governor's career development
11
conference 87.0 87.0
12
(w) Community development block
13
grant programs 20,000.0 20,000.0
14
(x) New Mexico community
15
assistance program 251.1 251.1
16
(y) Emergency 911 database
17
network surcharge 2,506.0 2,983.0 5,489.0
18
(z) State planning districts 375.0 375.0
19
(aa) Emergency 911 principal
20
and interest 776.0 776.0
21
(bb) DWI grants 11,862.0 11,862.0
22
(cc) Leasehold community assistance 138.0 138.0
23
(dd) Acequia and community ditch
24
program 30.0 30.0
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(ee) Board of Finance audit of
1
state treasurer 52.0 52.0
2
(ff) Intertribal ceremonial
3
marketing and promotion 125.0 125.0
4
(gg) Individual development
5
accounts program 150.0 150.0
6
(hh) Alamo Indian arts and crafts
7
center 50.0 50.0
8
(ii) Home-based disability and
9
medical services for Indian
10
children 100.0 100.0
11
(jj) School to work 3,000.0 3,000.0
12
Upon certification by the state board of finance pursuant to Section 6-1-2 NMSA 1978 that a critical
13
emergency exists that cannot be addressed by disaster declaration or other emergency or contingency
14
funds, and upon review by the legislative finance committee, the secretary of the department of finance
15
and administration is authorized to transfer from the general fund operating reserve to the state board
16
of finance emergency fund the amount necessary to meet the emergency. Such transfers shall not exceed an
17
aggregate amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) in fiscal year 2002. Repayments of
18
emergency loans made pursuant to this paragraph shall be deposited in the board of finance emergency fund
19
pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-1-5 NMSA 1978; provided that, after the total amounts deposited
20
in fiscal year 2002 exceed two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000), any additional repayments shall
21
be transferred to the general fund.
22
The general fund appropriation to the big brothers and big sisters programs includes fifty thousand
23
dollars ($50,000) to support the big brothers and big sisters programs in Chaves and Eddy counties.
24
Unexpended or unencumbered balances remaining in the governor's career development conference fund
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at the end of fiscal year 2002 shall not revert to the general fund.
1
Subtotal 56,052.4
2
PUBLIC SCHOOL INSURANCE AUTHORITY:
3
(1) Operations division:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits 595.5 595.5
6
(b) Contractual services 159.7 159.7
7
(c) Other financing uses .3 .3
8
(d) Other 202.3 202.3
9
Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent
10
(2) Benefits division:
11
(a) Contractual services 149,773.5 149,773.5
12
(b) Other financing uses 478.9 478.9
13
(3) Risk division:
14
(a) Contractual services 23,928.3 23,928.3
15
(b) Other financing uses 478.9 478.9
16
Subtotal 175,617.4
17
RETIREE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY:
18
(1) Administration division:
19
(a) Personal services and
20
employee benefits 902.9 902.9
21
(b) Contractual services 396.3 396.3
22
(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
23
(d) Other 712.4 712.4
24
Authorized FTE: 18.00 Permanent
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(2) Benefits division:
1
(a) Contractual services 106,306.0 106,306.0
2
(b) Other financing uses 2,012.0 2,012.0
3
Subtotal 110,330.0
4
EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT BOARD:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits 2,055.1 2,055.1
7
(b) Contractual services 6,309.4 6,309.4
8
(c) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0
9
(d) Other 1,112.1 1,112.1
10
Authorized FTE: 48.00 Permanent
11
The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement board in the contractual services
12
category includes six million one hundred seventy-nine thousand two hundred dollars ($6,179,200) to be
13
used only for investment manager fees.
14
The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement board in the other category
15
includes two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) for payment of custody services associated with
16
the fiscal agent contract to the state board of finance upon monthly assessments. Unexpended or
17
unencumbered balances in the state board of finance remaining at the end of fiscal year 2002 from this
18
appropriation shall revert to the educational retirement board fund.
19
The educational retirement board is authorized an additional three permanent FTE for a total of
20
forty-eight, contingent on House Bill 152, Senate Bill 716 or similar legislation of the first session
21
of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law.
22
Subtotal 9,477.6
23
CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE
24
COORDINATING COUNCIL: 275.0 275.0
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PUBLIC DEFENDER:
1
(a) Personal services and
2
employee benefits 14,761.1 14,761.1
3
(b) Contractual services 8,421.5 150.0 8,571.5
4
(c) Other financing uses 5.7 5.7
5
(d) Other 4,373.3 106.1 4,479.4
6
Authorized FTE: 310.00 Permanent
7
Unexpended or unencumbered balances in the public defender department remaining at the end of fiscal year
8
2002 from appropriations made from the general fund shall not revert.
9
Subtotal 27,817.7
10
GOVERNOR:
11
(a) Personal services and
12
employee benefits 1,580.8 1,580.8
13
(b) Contractual services 55.0 55.0
14
(c) Other financing uses .6 .6
15
(d) Other 389.3 389.3
16
Authorized FTE: 27.00 Permanent
17
Subtotal 2,025.7
18
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:
19
(a) Personal services and
20
employee benefits 374.5 374.5
21
(b) Contractual services 8.2 8.2
22
(c) Other financing uses .2 .2
23
(d) Other 57.2 57.2
24
Authorized FTE: 6.00 Permanent
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Subtotal 440.1
1
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
2
OFFICE:
3
(a) Personal services and
4
employee benefits 590.8 590.8
5
(b) Contractual services 25.9 25.9
6
(c) Other financing uses .3 .3
7
(d) Other 101.6 101.6
8
Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent
9
Subtotal 718.6
10
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION:
11
(1) Administrative division:
12
(a) Personal services and
13
employee benefits 2,905.4 2,905.4
14
(b) Contractual services 14,130.9 14,130.9
15
(c) Other financing uses 1,151.2 1,151.2
16
(d) Other 1,133.7 1,133.7
17
Authorized FTE: 59.00 Permanent
18
The other state funds appropriation to the administrative division of the public employees retirement
19
association in the contractual services category includes thirteen million five hundred fourteen thousand
20
dollars ($13,514,000) to be used only for investment manager fees.
21
The other state funds appropriation to the administrative division of the public employees
22
retirement association in the other financing uses category includes one million one hundred fifty
23
thousand dollars ($1,150,000) for payment of custody services associated with the fiscal agent contract
24
to the state board of finance upon monthly assessments. Unexpended or unencumbered balances in the state
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board of finance remaining at the end of fiscal year 2002 from this appropriation shall revert to the
1
public employees retirement association income fund.
2
(2) Property management:
3
(a) Personal services and
4
employee benefits 580.1 580.1
5
(b) Contractual services 20.0 20.0
6
(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
7
(d) Other 816.8 816.8
8
Authorized FTE: 21.00 Permanent
9
(3) Deferred compensation:
10
(a) Personal services and
11
employee benefits 52.2 52.2
12
(b) Contractual services 10.0 10.0
13
(c) Other 17.6 17.6
14
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent
15
Subtotal 20,818.3
16
STATE COMMISSION OF PUBLIC RECORDS:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits 1,536.4 1,536.4
19
(b) Contractual services 36.5 6.5 43.0
20
(c) Other financing uses .7 .7
21
(d) Other 299.9 115.9 415.8
22
Authorized FTE: 33.50 Permanent; 1.50 Term
23
Subtotal 1,995.9
24
SECRETARY OF STATE:
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1
employee benefits 1,638.8 1,638.8
2
(b) Contractual services 106.3 106.3
3
(c) Other 943.2 943.2
4
Authorized FTE: 37.00 Permanent; 1.00 Temporary
5
The general fund appropriation to the secretary of state in the other category includes fifty thousand
6
dollars ($50,000) for the Native American voter education program.
7
Subtotal 2,688.3
8
PERSONNEL BOARD:
9
(a) Personal services and
10
employee benefits 3,198.3 3,198.3
11
(b) Contractual services 68.7 68.7
12
(c) Other financing uses 1.3 1.3
13
(d) Other 375.2 375.2
14
Authorized FTE: 66.50 Permanent
15
Subtotal 3,643.5
16
STATE TREASURER:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits 2,717.5 35.0 2,752.5
19
(b) Contractual services 74.0 74.0
20
(c) Other financing uses .7 .7
21
(d) Other 585.4 585.4
22
Authorized FTE: 48.50 Permanent
23
Subtotal 3,412.6
24
TOTAL GENERAL CONTROL 60,046.3 160,684.5 203,802.2 23,975.6 448,508.6
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D. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
1
BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ARCHITECTS: 302.5 302.5
2
Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent
3
BORDER AUTHORITY:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits 141.1 32.5 173.6
6
(b) Contractual services 7.4 7.4
7
(c) Other financing uses .1 .1
8
(d) Other 55.7 55.7
9
Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
10
Subtotal 236.8
11
REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT:
12
(1) New Mexico state board of public
13
accountancy: 438.4 438.4
14
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
15
(2) Board of acupuncture and oriental medicine: 167.4 167.4
16
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent
17
(3) New Mexico athletic commission: 143.4 143.4
18
Authorized FTE: 1.80 Permanent
19
(4) Athletic trainer practice board: 24.2 24.2
20
Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent
21
(5) Counseling and therapy practice board: 400.6 400.6
22
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
23
(6) Chiropractic board: 130.0 130.0
24
Authorized FTE: 1.40 Permanent
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(7) Board of barbers and cosmetologists: 540.6 540.6
1
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent
2
(8) New Mexico board of dental health: 299.9 299.9
3
Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
4
(9) Nutrition and dietetics practice board: 23.9 23.9
5
Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent
6
(10) Board of landscape architects: 33.1 33.1
7
Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent
8
(11) Interior design board: 36.1 36.1
9
Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent
10
(12) Board of massage therapy: 184.7 184.7
11
Authorized FTE: 2.15 Permanent
12
(13) Board of nursing home administrators: 40.5 40.5
13
Authorized FTE: .55 Permanent
14
(14) Board of examiners for occupational therapy: 59.9 59.9
15
Authorized FTE: .60 Permanent
16
(15) Board of osteopathic medical examiners: 58.4 58.4
17
Authorized FTE: .45 Permanent
18
(16) Board of pharmacy: 1,213.8 1,213.8
19
Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent
20
(17) Physical therapists' licensing board: 127.3 127.3
21
Authorized FTE: 1.40 Permanent
22
(18) Board of podiatry: 23.8 23.8
23
Authorized FTE: .25 Permanent
24
(19) Advisory board of private investigators and
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polygraphers: 169.6 169.6
1
Authorized FTE: 1.50 Permanent
2
(20) New Mexico state board of psychologist
3
examiners: 156.4 156.4
4
Authorized FTE: 1.45 Permanent
5
(21) New Mexico real estate commission: 868.2 868.2
6
Authorized FTE: 9.80 Permanent
7
(22) Advisory board of respiratory care
8
practioners: 59.1 59.1
9
Authorized FTE: .75 Permanent
10
(23) Speech language pathology, audiology and
11
hearing aid dispensing practices board: 120.1 120.1
12
Authorized FTE: 1.80 Permanent
13
(24) Board of thanatopractice: 103.0 103.0
14
Authorized FTE: .85 Permanent
15
(25) Board of social work examiners: 301.6 301.6
16
Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
17
(26) Real estate recovery fund: 50.0 50.0
18
(27) Real estate appraisers board: 129.4 129.4
19
Authorized FTE: 1.50 Permanent
20
(28) Board of optometry: 77.3 77.3
21
Authorized FTE: .70 Permanent
22
Subtotal 5,980.7
23
PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION:
24
(1) Administrative services division:
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1
employee benefits 3,985.6 50.0 135.0 4,170.6
2
(b) Contractual services 42.0 42.0
3
(c) Other 390.3 380.0 770.3
4
Authorized FTE: 81.00 Permanent
5
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the administrative services division
6
of the public regulation commission include one hundred thirty-five thousand dollars ($135,000) from the
7
patient's compensation fund, two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) from the fire protection fund,
8
forty thousand dollars ($40,000) from the title insurance maintenance fund, forty thousand dollars
9
($40,000) from the reproduction funds and fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) from the insurance fraud fund.
10
The other state funds appropriations to the administrative services division of the public regulation
11
commission include fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) from the insurance licensee continuing education
12
fund.
13
(2) Consumer relations division:
14
(a) Personal services and
15
employee benefits 512.7 512.7
16
(b) Contractual services 2.4 2.4
17
(c) Other 70.9 70.9
18
Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent
19
(3) Insurance division:
20
(a) Personal services and
21
employee benefits 2,625.2 2,231.6 4,856.8
22
(b) Contractual services 98.5 455.9 5.0 559.4
23
(c) Other 467.6 11,649.5 24.5 12,141.6
24
Authorized FTE: 113.00 Permanent
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The other state funds appropriations to the insurance division of the public regulation commission for the
1
office of the state fire marshal include one million one hundred eighty thousand seven hundred dollars
2
($1,180,700) from the fire protection fund; and fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) from the firefighter
3
training academy use fee fund to defray the operating and capital costs.
4
The other state funds appropriations to the insurance division of the public regulation commission
5
for the firefighter training academy include eight hundred ninety-eight thousand dollars ($898,000) from
6
the fire protection fund.
7
The other state funds appropriations to the insurance division for the insurance fraud bureau of the
8
public regulation commission include eight hundred eighty-nine thousand dollars ($889,000) from the
9
insurance fraud fund.
10
The other state funds appropriations to the insurance division of the public regulation commission
11
include ten million three hundred thirty-nine thousand dollars ($10,339,000) from the patient's
12
compensation fund.
13
The other state funds appropriations to the insurance division of the public regulation commission
14
for the title insurance bureau include two hundred fifty-five thousand three hundred dollars ($255,300)
15
from the title insurance maintenance fund.
16
(4) Legal division:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits 1,137.4 1,137.4
19
(b) Contractual services 3.4 3.4
20
(c) Other 79.0 79.0
21
Authorized FTE: 16.00 Permanent
22
(5) Transportation division:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits 886.5 120.0 1,006.5
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(b) Contractual services 4.1 4.1
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(c) Other 159.6 159.6
2
Authorized FTE: 21.00 Permanent
3
(6) Utility division:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits 1,575.2 1,575.2
6
(b) Contractual services 499.2 499.2
7
(c) Other 149.0 149.0
8
Authorized FTE: 26.00 Permanent
9
Subtotal 27,740.1
10
NEW MEXICO BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS: 900.6 900.6
11
Authorized FTE: 11.00 Permanent
12
BOARD OF NURSING: 951.9 951.9
13
Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent
14
The other state funds appropriation to the board of nursing includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to
15
contract with the New Mexico health policy commission to design and implement a program to address the
16
crisis in availability of nursing services due to a critical shortage of qualified nurses.
17
Subtotal 951.9
18
NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR:
19
(a) Personal services and
20
employee benefits 5,503.8 5,503.8
21
(b) Contractual services 2,969.5 2,969.5
22
(c) Other financing uses 1.2 1.2
23
(d) Other 5,483.9 5,483.9
24
Authorized FTE: 43.00 Permanent; 20.00 Term
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Subtotal 13,958.4
1
NEW MEXICO STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR
2
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS: 491.9 491.9
3
Authorized FTE: 6.00 Permanent
4
GAMING CONTROL BOARD: 4,394.1 4,394.1
5
Authorized FTE: 57.00 Permanent
6
STATE RACING COMMISSION:
7
(a) Personal services and
8
employee benefits 870.8 870.8
9
(b) Contractual services 469.2 469.2
10
(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
11
(d) Other 204.6 204.6
12
Authorized FTE: 15.50 Permanent; 1.70 Temporary
13
Subtotal 1,545.0
14
NEW MEXICO APPLE COMMISSION: 22.5 22.5
15
BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICINE: 223.8 223.8
16
Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent
17
BICYCLE RACING COMMISSION: 50.0 50.0
18
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Term
19
TOTAL COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 18,904.5 37,229.3 515.0 149.5 56,798.3
20
E. AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
21
NEW MEXICO LIVESTOCK BOARD:
22
(a) Personal services and
23
employee benefits 363.3 2,554.9 349.0 3,267.2
24
(b) Contractual services 18.2 267.6 10.2 296.0
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(c) Other 218.2 793.9 151.3 1,163.4
1
Authorized FTE: 82.00 Permanent
2
The general fund appropriation to the New Mexico livestock board for its meat inspection program,
3
including administrative costs, is contingent on a dollar-for-dollar match of federal funds for that
4
program.
5
Subtotal 4,726.6
6
DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISH:
7
(1) Game protection fund:
8
(a) Personal services and
9
employee benefits 60.4 10,466.3 4,336.3 14,863.0
10
(b) Contractual services 11.7 1,727.0 505.8 2,244.5
11
(c) Other financing uses 350.0 350.0
12
(d) Other 31.7 6,005.6 2,349.3 8,386.6
13
Authorized FTE: 256.00 Permanent; 11.00 Term; 9.50 Temporary
14
The appropriations to the game protection fund of the department of game and fish include three thousand
15
eight hundred dollars ($3,800) from the general fund, six hundred fifty-seven thousand two hundred dollars
16
($657,200) from internal service funds/interagency transfers and two hundred seventy-two thousand three
17
hundred dollars ($272,300) from federal funds for a ten percent salary increase for employees who are
18
classified under the wildlife series designation.
19
(2) Sikes Act fund:
20
(a) Personal services and
21
employee benefits 70.4 70.4
22
(b) Contractual services 25.0 25.0
23
(c) Other 1,327.9 1,327.9
24
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Term
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The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the Sikes Act fund of the department of
1
game and fish include six thousand four hundred dollars ($6,400) for a ten percent salary increases for
2
employees who are classified under the wildlife series designation.
3
(3) Big game enhancement license fund:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits 5.6 6.4 12.0
6
(b) Contractual services 236.0 118.0 354.0
7
(c) Other 130.4 66.0 196.4
8
(4) Share with wildlife program: 72.2 72.2
9
(5) Endangered species program:
10
(a) Personal services and
11
employee benefits 85.4 180.8 266.2
12
(b) Contractual services 83.5 20.0 93.2 196.7
13
(c) Other 39.2 82.9 122.1
14
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
15
The general fund appropriations to the endangered species program of the department of game and fish
16
include one hundred nineteen thousand dollars ($119,000) that require a one-for-three dollar match of
17
federal funds for that program.
18
Subtotal 28,487.0
19
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS:
20
(a) Personal services and
21
employee benefits 7,580.3 7,580.3
22
(b) Contractual services 692.8 692.8
23
(c) Other financing uses 675.5 675.5
24
(d) Other 2,057.9 2,057.9
25
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Authorized FTE: 152.00 Permanent; 4.00 Temporary
1
Subtotal 11,006.5
2
ORGANIC COMMODITY COMMISSION:
3
(a) Personal services and
4
employee benefits 111.9 42.6 154.5
5
(b) Contractual services 27.5 27.5
6
(c) Other 41.7 10.3 52.0
7
Authorized FTE: 3.50 Permanent
8
Subtotal 234.0
9
TOTAL AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND
10
NATURAL RESOURCES 1,092.7 14,675.8 20,086.4 8,599.2 44,454.1
11
F. HEALTH, HOSPITALS AND HUMAN SERVICES
12
COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits 304.0 99.4 403.4
15
(b) Contractual services 16.9 812.1 829.0
16
(c) Other financing uses .2 .2
17
(d) Other 115.4 288.5 403.9
18
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
19
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the commission on the status of women
20
include one million two hundred thousand dollars ($1,200,000) for a program directed at workforce
21
development for adult women in accordance with the maintenance-of-effort requirements from the temporary
22
assistance for needy families block grant program for the state of New Mexico.
23
Subtotal 1,636.5
24
OFFICE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN AFFAIRS:
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(a) Contractual services 68.0 68.0
1
(b) Other 32.0 32.0
2
Subtotal 100.0
3
COMMISSION FOR DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING
4
PERSONS:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits 319.8 43.2 47.5 410.5
7
(b) Contractual services 48.2 2.0 2.0 52.2
8
(c) Other financing uses .3 .1 .4
9
(d) Other 107.5 19.7 27.5 154.7
10
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
11
Subtotal 617.8
12
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. COMMISSION:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits 93.8 93.8
15
(b) Contractual services 13.3 13.3
16
(c) Other financing uses .1 .1
17
(d) Other 70.4 70.4
18
Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent
19
Subtotal 177.6
20
COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND:
21
(a) Personal services and
22
employee benefits 759.9 428.0 15.1 2,188.6 3,391.6
23
(b) Contractual services 43.2 24.3 .9 124.4 192.8
24
(c) Other financing uses 16.2 9.1 .3 46.9 72.5
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(d) Other 690.9 389.1 13.7 1,989.8 3,083.5
1
Authorized FTE: 102.00 Permanent; 9.00 Term; 1.70 Temporary
2
Subtotal 6,740.4
3
NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits 432.0 121.6 553.6
6
(b) Contractual services 21.2 2.0 23.2
7
(c) Other 1,462.9 1,199.1 2,662.0
8
Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent; 3.00 Term
9
The general fund appropriation to the New Mexico office of Indian affairs in the other category includes
10
two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for emergency management services in San Juan and McKinley
11
counties; one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for domestic violence counseling in the communities of
12
Crownpoint and Shiprock; twenty-eight thousand dollars ($28,000) for substance abuse counseling, including
13
counseling provided by traditional practioners and counselors, for the Cudeii chapter house; and fifty
14
thousand dollars ($50,000) for public education and outreach to individuals and families who may be
15
victims of radiation exposure from uranium mining.
16
Subtotal 3,238.8
17
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ADMINISTRATION:
18
(1) Operations division:
19
(a) Personal services and
20
employee benefits 3,670.1 3,670.1
21
(b) Contractual services 590.7 590.7
22
(c) Other financing uses 7.9 7.9
23
(d) Other 933.1 933.1
24
Authorized FTE: 73.00 Permanent
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(2) Safety and fraud division:
1
(a) Personal services and
2
employee benefits 2,658.4 2,658.4
3
(b) Contractual services 9.3 9.3
4
(c) Other financing uses 6.6 6.6
5
(d) Other 412.9 412.9
6
Authorized FTE: 60.00 Permanent
7
Subtotal 8,289.0
8
GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON CONCERNS OF THE
9
HANDICAPPED:
10
(a) Personal services and
11
employee benefits 361.5 77.3 438.8
12
(b) Contractual services 36.2 5.0 41.2
13
(c) Other financing uses .2 .1 .3
14
(d) Other 135.0 22.2 157.2
15
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
16
The general fund appropriation to the governor's committee on concerns of the handicapped in the other
17
category includes fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) for per diem and mileage expenses for members of the
18
Native American advisory committee to the governor's committee on concerns of the handicapped.
19
Subtotal 637.5
20
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES PLANNING
21
COUNCIL:
22
(a) Personal services and
23
employee benefits 216.0 9.8 119.2 345.0
24
(b) Contractual services 21.1 6.2 27.3
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(c) Other financing uses .1 .1
1
(d) Other 80.6 2.2 319.6 402.4
2
Authorized FTE: 6.50 Permanent; 1.00 Term
3
Subtotal 774.8
4
MINERS' HOSPITAL:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits 7,198.3 80.8 7,279.1
7
(b) Contractual services 1,968.1 75.0 2,043.1
8
(c) Other financing uses 4,106.0 4,106.0
9
(d) Other 3,254.6 5.7 3,260.3
10
Authorized FTE: 202.50 Permanent; 13.50 Term
11
Subtotal 16,688.5
12
OFFICE OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES TRUSTEE:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits 58.5 58.5
15
(b) Contractual services 13.1 13.1
16
(c) Other financing uses .2 .2
17
(d) Other 24.4 24.4
18
Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent
19
Subtotal 96.2
20
NEW MEXICO HEALTH POLICY COMMISSION:
21
(a) Personal services and
22
employee benefits 901.2 901.2
23
(b) Contractual services 547.5 1.0 548.5
24
(c) Other financing uses .4 .4
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(d) Other 362.5 362.5
1
Authorized FTE: 18.00 Permanent
2
Subtotal 1,812.6
3
NEW MEXICO VETERANS' SERVICE
4
COMMISSION:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits 1,126.4 104.6 1,231.0
7
(b) Contractual services 600.3 600.0 1,200.3
8
(c) Other financing uses .6 .6
9
(d) Other 209.4 23.2 34.8 267.4
10
Authorized FTE: 31.00 Permanent
11
The general fund appropriations to the veterans' service commission include ten thousand dollars ($10,000)
12
for the Fort Stanton veterans' cemetery. These funds may only be expended following the formal submission
13
of a grant request for improving the cemetery to the United States department of veterans' affairs.
14
The general fund appropriation to the veterans' service commission in the contractual services
15
category includes two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) for stand down and awareness programs for
16
homeless, near-homeless and elderly veterans in rural areas.
17
The other state funds appropriation to the veterans' service commission in the contractual services
18
category includes six hundred thousand dollars ($600,000) from the tobacco settlement program fund for
19
assistance to veterans with lung disease in a transitional living center for homeless veterans.
20
Subtotal 2,699.3
21
TOTAL HEALTH, HOSPITALS AND
22
HUMAN SERVICES 9,311.4 27,678.4 1,423.6 5,095.6 43,509.0
23
G. PUBLIC SAFETY
24
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS:
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(a) Personal services and
1
employee benefits 1,669.8 1,356.2 3,026.0
2
(b) Contractual services 216.0 750.0 966.0
3
(c) Other financing uses 1.1 .8 1.9
4
(d) Other 2,389.6 31.2 900.0 2,939.1 6,259.9
5
Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent; 40.00 Term
6
The general fund appropriation to the department of military affairs in the personal services and
7
employee benefits category includes funding for the adjutant general position not to exceed range
8
thirty-five and funding for the deputy adjutant general position not to exceed range thirty-two in the
9
governor's exempt plan.
10
The general fund appropriation to the department of military affairs in the other category includes
11
two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) and in the contractual services category includes two hundred
12
thousand dollars ($200,000) to establish the youth challenge program in Roswell.
13
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the department of military affairs
14
in the other category includes six hundred thousand dollars ($600,000) to be transferred from the youth
15
conservation corps fund and three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) to be transferred from the
16
children, youth and families department to establish the youth challenge program in Roswell.
17
Subtotal 10,253.8
18
PAROLE BOARD:
19
(a) Personal services and
20
employee benefits 225.9 225.9
21
(b) Contractual services 7.1 7.1
22
(c) Other 139.0 139.0
23
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
24
The general fund appropriation to the parole board in the other category includes thirty thousand dollars
25
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($30,000) for compensation to parole board members based on the number of files required to be prepared
1
for hearings of the board and for per diem and mileage expenses for all official duties performed for the
2
parole board, including one day of per diem for the review of case files.
3
Subtotal 372.0
4
JUVENILE PAROLE BOARD:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits 276.5 276.5
7
(b) Contractual services 4.3 4.3
8
(c) Other financing uses .2 .2
9
(d) Other 46.5 46.5
10
Authorized FTE: 6.00 Permanent
11
Subtotal 327.5
12
CRIME VICTIMS REPARATION COMMISSION:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits 616.1 121.5 737.6
15
(b) Contractual services 196.2 13.0 209.2
16
(c) Other financing uses 741.5 741.5
17
(d) Other 681.9 228.5 350.0 2,059.5 3,319.9
18
Authorized FTE: 15.00 Permanent; 3.00 Term
19
Subtotal 5,008.2
20
TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY 6,470.2 259.7 1,250.0 7,981.6 15,961.5
21
H. OTHER EDUCATION
22
APPRENTICESHIP ASSISTANCE: 650.0 650.0
23
REGIONAL EDUCATION COOPERATIVES:
24
(a) Central: 1,910.8 2,060.2 3,971.0
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(b) High plains: 1,327.7 3,006.7 4,334.4
1
(c) Region IX: 235.0 4,477.2 4,712.2
2
Subtotal 13,017.6
3
STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION
4
SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS:
5
(a) Youth leadership opportunity
6
program 30.0 30.0
7
(b) Improve student performance 750.0 750.0
8
(c) Charter schools stimulus
9
fund 1,075.0 1,075.0
10
(d) Early screening for school
11
safety 300.0 300.0
12
(e) Tutoring programs: Grades
13
six, seven and eight 1,500.0 1,500.0
14
(f) Virtual high school 800.0 800.0
15
(g) National board for professional
16
teaching standards 300.0 300.0
17
(h) Dropout prevention programs 750.0 750.0
18
(i) Re: Learning 1,300.0 1,300.0
19
(j) Performance-based budgeting
20
--support for districts 1,100.0 1,100.0
21
(k) Graduation, reality and dual
22
skills program 625.0 625.0
23
(l) New Mexico media literacy
24
project 275.0 275.0
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(m) Summer school literacy
1
program 2,500.0 2,500.0
2
(n) Teacher recruitment program 250.0 250.0
3
(o) Counseling services to high-
4
need students 1,500.0 1,500.0
5
(p) Beginning teacher induction 1,000.0 1,000.0
6
(q) Business and professional
7
teachers 50.0 50.0
8
(r) Rapid response intervention
9
program 2,755.0 2,755.0
10
(s) Library acquisition in
11
Chaves county 40.0 40.0
12
The general fund appropriation to the state department of public education for the summer school literacy
13
program includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for Los Amigos camp.
14
The other state funds appropriation to the state department of public education includes two hundred
15
seventy-five thousand dollars ($275,000) from the tobacco settlement program fund for the New Mexico
16
media literacy project.
17
The general fund appropriation to the state department of public education for business and
18
professional teachers is to provide economic education instruction.
19
The general fund appropriation to the state department of public education for the rapid response
20
intervention program is to begin a pilot project. The appropriation may be expended to conduct reading
21
and writing assessments, to provide graduated grants for the identified pilot schools and to employ or
22
contract for rapid response intervention team members. The appropriation is contingent on the House
23
Appropriations and Finance Committee Substitute for House Bill 949 or similar legislation of the first
24
session of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law.
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Subtotal 16,900.0
1
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION: 5,000.0 4,003.9 9,003.9
2
NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY
3
HANDICAPPED: 9,064.2 9,064.2
4
NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF: 2,718.8 7,607.1 624.2 10,950.1
5
TOTAL OTHER EDUCATION 24,368.8 20,419.8 625.0 14,172.2 59,585.8
6
I. HIGHER EDUCATION
7
On approval of the commission on higher education, the state budget division of the department of
8
finance and administration may approve increases in budgets of agencies in this subsection whose other
9
state funds exceed amounts specified. In approving budget increases, the director of the state budget
10
division shall advise the legislature through its officers and appropriate committees, in writing, of the
11
justification for the approval.
12
Except as otherwise provided, any unexpended or unencumbered balance remaining at the end of fiscal
13
year 2002 shall not revert to the general fund.
14
COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION SPECIAL
15
APPROPRIATIONS:
16
(a) Training for middle school
17
teachers 200.0 200.0
18
(b) Geography education in
19
public schools 200.0 200.0
20
The general fund appropriation to the commission on higher education for training middle school teachers
21
is to provide a program that trains middle school teachers to improve their skills, technical knowledge
22
and teaching techniques in science, mathematics and technology.
23
Subtotal 400.0
24
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO:
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(a) Instruction and general
1
purposes 131,944.1 92,856.6 3,075.6 227,876.3
2
(b) Athletics 2,690.6 14,901.6 31.2 17,623.4
3
(c) Educational television 1,192.2 3,314.5 740.7 5,247.4
4
(d) Extended services
5
instruction 1,702.0 1,435.0 3,137.0
6
(e) Gallup 7,874.0 4,401.5 135.3 12,410.8
7
(f) Gallup extended services
8
instruction 18.9 18.9
9
(g) Los Alamos 1,929.2 1,838.0 164.9 3,932.1
10
(h) Los Alamos extended
11
services instruction 39.6 39.6
12
(i) Valencia 3,924.8 2,756.9 1,782.6 8,464.3
13
(j) Valencia extended
14
services instruction 25.2 25.2
15
(k) Taos off-campus center 1,263.9 2,006.3 112.3 3,382.5
16
(l) Judicial selection 68.8 68.8
17
(m) Judicial education center 284.2 284.2
18
(n) Spanish resource center 108.5 108.5
19
(o) Southwest research center 1,395.9 228.4 1,624.3
20
(p) Substance abuse program 182.6 182.6
21
(q) Native American intervention 229.7 229.7
22
(r) Resource geographic
23
information system 152.7 11.4 164.1
24
(s) Natural heritage program 96.0 96.0
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(t) Southwest Indian law
1
clinic 143.2 4.4 147.6
2
(u) BBER census and population
3
analysis 60.7 4.4 65.1
4
(v) New Mexico historical
5
review 98.9 11.0 109.9
6
(w) Ibero-American education
7
consortium 197.4 197.4
8
(x) Youth education recreation
9
program 170.0 170.0
10
(y) Advanced materials research 81.0 81.0
11
(z) Manufacturing engineering
12
program 485.6 485.6
13
(aa) Office of international
14
technical cooperation 78.3 78.3
15
(bb) Hispanic student
16
center 142.3 142.3
17
(cc) Wildlife law education 59.9 59.9
18
(dd) Women in science and engineering
19
career development program 26.0 26.0
20
(ee) Youth leadership development 96.3 96.3
21
(ff) Disabled student services 257.4 257.4
22
(gg) Minority graduate
23
recruitment and retention 195.1 195.1
24
(hh) Graduate research
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development fund 100.0 100.0
1
(ii) Community-based education 501.9 501.9
2
(jj) Morrissey hall research 52.9 52.9
3
(kk) New Mexico mock trial
4
program 150.0 150.0
5
(ll) Barelas job opportunity
6
development 250.0 250.0
7
(mm) Community-based projects
8
for low-income communities 100.0 100.0
9
(nn) Other - main campus 146,883.2 93,298.0 240,181.2
10
(oo) Mentoring program for
11
African American students 45.0 45.0
12
(pp) Medical school instruction
13
and general purposes 41,404.6 21,111.0 1,000.0 63,515.6
14
(qq) Office of medical
15
investigator 2,989.3 728.0 3,717.3
16
(rr) Emergency medical services
17
academy 701.8 428.0 1,129.8
18
(ss) Children's psychiatric
19
hospital 4,369.0 9,886.0 3.0 14,258.0
20
(tt) Hemophilia program 503.7 503.7
21
(uu) Carrie Tingley hospital 3,375.6 8,960.0 12,335.6
22
(vv) Out-of-county indigent
23
fund 1,541.5 1,541.5
24
(ww) Specialized perinatal care 494.1 494.1
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(xx) Newborn intensive care 2,797.3 1,030.0 3,827.3
1
(yy) Pediatric oncology 213.7 213.7
2
(zz) Young children's health
3
center 237.4 725.0 962.4
4
(aaa) Pediatric pulmonary center 200.7 200.7
5
(bbb) Health resources registry 23.0 30.0 53.0
6
(ccc) Area health education
7
centers 217.5 255.0 472.5
8
(ddd) Grief intervention program 177.4 90.0 267.4
9
(eee) Pediatric dysmorphology 157.7 157.7
10
(fff) Locum tenens 409.8 1,000.0 1,409.8
11
(ggg) Disaster medicine program 112.0 112.0
12
(hhh) Poison control center 880.5 445.5 1,326.0
13
(iii) Fetal alcohol study 184.2 184.2
14
(jjj) Telemedicine 315.2 60.5 375.7
15
(kkk) Nurse-midwifery program 357.9 357.9
16
(lll) College of nursing expansion 950.0 950.0
17
(mmm) Research and other
18
programs 200.0 4,000.0 4,200.0
19
20
(nnn) Other - health sciences 176,860.0 40,731.0 217,591.0
21
(ooo) Cancer center 2,558.1 14,850.0 1,100.0 18,508.1
22
The general fund appropriation to the university of New Mexico for athletics includes fifty thousand
23
dollars ($50,000) for gender equity.
24
The general fund appropriation to the university of New Mexico for medical school instruction and
25
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general purposes includes
one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) to expand the occupational
1
therapy and physical therapy programs to obtain accreditation;
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to train
2
dentists to treat pediatric and developmentally disabled patients and to develop, in collaboration with
3
the New Mexico dental association, a clearinghouse of dentists willing to provide care for economically
4
disadvantaged and special-needs patients
; and seven hundred ninety-six thousand four hundred dollars
5
($796,400) to increase specialty education in pediatrics
.
6
The general fund appropriations to the university of New Mexico for the office of medical
7
investigator include one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) to fund death or other forensic
8
investigations on Indian lands when invited to do so by an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo.
9
The general fund appropriation to the university of New Mexico for the Carrie Tingley hospital
10
includes twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) for a neurobehavioral respite program for ambulatory children
11
with special health care needs.
12
The general fund appropriation to the university of New Mexico for research and other programs
13
includes two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for lung-related research.
14
The other state funds appropriation to the university of New Mexico for research and other programs
15
includes four million dollars ($4,000,000) from the tobacco settlement program fund to support various
16
programs within the health sciences center and for research and clinical care programs in lung and
17
tobacco-related illnesses and four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) from the tobacco settlement
18
program fund to support the poison control center program.
19
The general fund appropriation to the university of New Mexico for college of nursing expansion
20
includes three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) to expand enrollments and to provide market salary
21
adjustments for faculty and staff in the college of nursing.
22
Subtotal 877,073.6
23
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY:
24
(a) Instruction and general
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purposes 84,847.0 51,379.1 7,462.5 143,688.6
1
(b) Athletics 2,787.3 4,939.5 39.8 7,766.6
2
(c) Educational television 1,044.0 312.9 477.0 1,833.9
3
(d) Extended services
4
instruction 410.5 80.8 491.3
5
(e) Alamogordo branch 5,220.2 3,371.5 2,245.5 10,837.2
6
(f) Carlsbad branch 3,285.7 2,729.4 1,194.3 7,209.4
7
(g) Dona Ana branch 9,991.2 7,637.3 4,666.4 22,294.9
8
(h) Grants branch 2,262.6 1,581.6 728.4 4,572.6
9
(i) Department of agriculture 8,410.8 2,792.7 1,062.1 12,265.6
10
(j) Agricultural experiment
11
station 11,256.8 1,911.4 6,295.1 19,463.3
12
(k) Cooperative extension
13
service 8,636.6 3,165.1 5,830.0 17,631.7
14
(l) Water resource research 381.8 179.9 598.1 1,159.8
15
(m) Coordination of Mexico
16
programs 108.3 32.5 140.8
17
(n) Indian resources development 364.1 1.0 365.1
18
(o) Manufacturing sector
19
development program 463.2 206.3 669.5
20
(p) Waste management
21
education program 536.8 233.2 4,240.0 5,010.0
22
(q) Campus security 106.3 106.3
23
(r) Carlsbad manufacturing
24
sector development program 449.5 449.5
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(s) Southwest and border
1
cultural institute 200.0 200.0
2
(t) Parenting education
3
program 200.0 200.0
4
(u) Math and science education
5
for border region 100.0 100.0
6
(v) Alliances for
7
underrepresented students 445.6 445.6
8
(w) Other 46,778.5 65,623.2 112,401.7
9
The general fund appropriation to New Mexico state university for the New Mexico department of agriculture
10
includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to market New Mexico agricultural products
, two hundred
11
thousand dollars ($200,000) for the acequias and community ditch fund, and seventy-five thousand dollars
12
($75,000) for noxious weed control
. Not more than three hundred sixty-two thousand seven hundred fifty
13
dollars ($362,750) of the general fund appropriation to the New Mexico department of agriculture shall be
14
expended for animal damage control.
15
The general fund appropriations to New Mexico state university for the agricultural experiment
16
station include two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) to support the ongoing economic viability of the
17
New Mexico chili industry; and one hundred seventy-five thousand dollars ($175,000) to expand the hotel,
18
restaurant and tourism management program's role as a provider of specialized training.
19
The general fund appropriation to New Mexico state university for the cooperative extension service
20
includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to support the San Miguel and Mora county 4-H programs; and
21
seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) for a viticulturist.
22
Subtotal 369,303.4
23
NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY:
24
(a) Instruction and general
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purposes 17,179.5 8,283.5 1,500.0 26,963.0
1
(b) Athletics 1,482.4 265.3 20.0 1,767.7
2
(c) Extended services
3
instruction 1,286.6 2,081.5 3,368.1
4
(d) Upward bound 131.7 131.7
5
(e) Advanced placement 360.2 360.2
6
(f) Native American recruitment
7
and retention 51.2 51.2
8
(g) Diverse populations study 230.0 230.0
9
(h) Visiting scientist 22.0 22.0
10
The general fund appropriation to New Mexico highlands university for athletics includes one hundred
11
fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for gender equity.
12
Subtotal 32,893.9
13
WESTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY:
14
(a) Instruction and general
15
purposes 11,302.6 3,476.8 534.4 15,313.8
16
(b) Athletics 1,409.3 152.1 6.1 1,567.5
17
(c) Educational television 98.4 98.4
18
(d) Extended services
19
instruction 616.0 419.5 1,035.5
20
(e) Child development center 331.2 331.2
21
(f) North American free trade
22
agreement 20.0 20.0
23
(g) Bachelor of arts in nursing
24
program 250.0 250.0
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(h) Web-based teacher licensure 400.0 400.0
1
(i) Other 1,541.9 2,429.7 3,971.6
2
The general fund appropriation to western New Mexico university for athletics includes one hundred fifty
3
thousand dollars ($150,000) for gender equity.
4
Subtotal 22,988.0
5
EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY:
6
(a) Instruction and general
7
purposes 18,973.3 7,000.0 1,700.0 27,673.3
8
(b) Athletics 1,479.0 300.0 1,779.0
9
(c) Educational television 948.5 500.0 1,448.5
10
(d) Extended services
11
instruction 659.2 600.0 1,259.2
12
(e) Roswell branch 9,524.2 9,000.0 13,000.0 31,524.2
13
(f) Roswell extended services
14
instruction 344.7 250.0 594.7
15
(g) Ruidoso off-campus center 516.3 750.0 1,266.3
16
(h) Center for teaching
17
excellence 253.4 253.4
18
(i) Blackwater Draw site and
19
museum 106.2 106.2
20
(j) Airframe mechanics 225.0 225.0
21
(k) Assessment Project 160.2 160.2
22
(l) Lighting and escort
23
services 50.0 50.0
24
(m) Other 9,000.0 7,000.0 16,000.0
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The general fund appropriation to eastern New Mexico university for instruction and general purposes
1
includes one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) to fund a baccalaureate degree program in social
2
work.
3
The general fund appropriation to eastern New Mexico university for airframe mechanics includes
4
seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to market the airframe mechanics program.
5
The general fund appropriation to eastern New Mexico university for athletics includes fifty
6
thousand dollars ($50,000) for gender equity.
7
Subtotal 82,340.0
8
NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE OF MINING AND
9
TECHNOLOGY:
10
(a) Instruction and general
11
purposes 19,119.0 4,050.0 23,169.0
12
(b) Athletics 145.9 145.9
13
(c) Extended services
14
instruction 34.1 34.1
15
(d) Bureau of mines 3,567.6 62.0 585.0 4,214.6
16
(e) Petroleum recovery research
17
center 1,674.1 2,975.0 4,649.1
18
(f) Bureau of mine inspection 271.3 239.0 510.3
19
(g) Energetic materials research
20
center 790.1 11,300.0 12,090.1
21
(h) Science and engineering fair 123.7 123.7
22
(i) Institute for complex
23
additive systems analysis 350.0 350.0
24
(j) State match for oil and
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gas research grants 150.0 150.0
1
(k) Cave and karst research 350.0 350.0
2
(l) Geophysical research center 792.0 120.0 1,800.0 2,712.0
3
(m) Other 6,900.0 14,500.0 21,400.0
4
The general fund appropriation to New Mexico institute of mining and technology for the bureau of mines
5
includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act receipts.
6
Subtotal 69,898.8
7
NORTHERN NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY
8
COLLEGE:
9
(a) Instruction and general
10
purposes 7,448.1 1,825.0 2,280.0 11,553.1
11
(b) Extended services
12
instruction 158.6 158.6
13
(c) Northern pueblos institute 57.1 57.1
14
(d) Other 674.0 2,252.4 2,926.4
15
Subtotal 14,695.2
16
SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
17
(a) Instruction and general
18
purposes 8,079.1 11,540.0 1,650.0 21,269.1
19
(b) Small business development
20
centers 2,822.0 2,822.0
21
(c) Working to learn 58.6 58.6
22
(d) Sign language services 25.0 25.0
23
(e) Allied health program 150.0 150.0
24
(f) Other 3,270.0 3,290.0 6,560.0
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Subtotal 30,884.7
1
TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE:
2
(a) Instruction and general
3
purposes 33,089.6 30,000.0 3,200.0 66,289.6
4
(b) Other 20,400.0 9,000.0 29,400.0
5
Subtotal 95,689.6
6
LUNA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:
7
(a) Instruction and general
8
purposes 6,062.1 817.9 3,200.0 10,080.0
9
(b) Other 707.7 9,000.0 9,707.7
10
Subtotal 19,787.7
11
MESA TECHNICAL COLLEGE:
12
(a) Instruction and general
13
purposes 2,063.1 325.0 349.2 2,737.3
14
(b) Extended services
15
instruction 33.9 33.9
16
(c) Other 360.0 389.3 749.3
17
Subtotal 3,520.5
18
NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE:
19
(a) Instruction and general
20
purposes 6,978.0 6,080.0 1,717.0 14,775.0
21
(b) Athletics 34.2 34.2
22
(c) Extended services
23
instruction 80.7 80.7
24
(d) Other 285.0 3,918.0 4,203.0
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Subtotal 19,092.9
1
SAN JUAN COLLEGE:
2
(a) Instruction and general
3
purposes 12,801.0 17,000.0 2,500.0 32,301.0
4
(b) Dental hygiene program 195.0 195.0
5
(c) Other 3,500.0 7,000.0 10,500.0
6
Subtotal 42,996.0
7
CLOVIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
8
(a) Instruction and general
9
purposes 8,852.4 200.0 700.0 9,752.4
10
(b) Extended services
11
instruction 85.0 85.0
12
(c) Other 1,100.0 400.0 1,500.0
13
Subtotal 11,337.4
14
NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE:
15
(a) Instruction and general
16
purposes 407.7 13,138.8 13,546.5
17
(b) Athletics 150.0 731.4 881.4
18
(c) Other 4,686.9 183.8 4,870.7
19
The general fund appropriation to New Mexico military institute for athletics includes one hundred fifty
20
thousand dollars ($150,000) for the women's volleyball program.
21
Subtotal 19,298.6
22
TOTAL HIGHER EDUCATION 551,105.2 809,584.2 351,510.9 1,712,200.3
23
J. PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT
24
PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT:
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(1) State equalization guarantee
1
distribution: 1,648,881.3 2,000.0 1,650,881.3
2
(2) Transportation distribution: 96,366.5 96,366.5
3
(3) Supplemental distribution:
4
(a) Out-of-state tuition 993.0 993.0
5
(b) Emergency supplemental 990.6 990.6
6
(c) Emergency capital outlay 479.0 479.0
7
The rate of distribution of the state equalization guarantee distribution shall be based on a program
8
unit value determined by the superintendent of public instruction. The superintendent of public
9
instruction shall establish a preliminary unit value to establish budgets for the 2001-2002 school year;
10
and then upon verification of the number of units statewide for fiscal year 2002 but no later than
11
January 31, the superintendent of public instruction may adjust the program unit value.
12
The general fund appropriation for the state equalization guarantee distribution contains sufficient
13
funds to provide an eight percent salary increase for teachers, and a six and one-half percent increase
14
for other instructional staff, certified and noncertified staff. Prior to the approval of a district's
15
budget, the state superintendent of public instruction shall verify that each local school board is
16
providing the eight percent increase for teachers. The appropriation for the transportation distribution
17
contains sufficient funding to provide a statewide average six and one-half percent salary increase for
18
transportation employees.
19
The general fund appropriation for the state equalization guarantee distribution includes three
20
million five hundred thousand dollars ($3,500,000) for expenditure in fiscal year 2002. The
21
appropriation is contingent on House Appropriations and Finance Committee Substitute for House Bill 949 or
22
similar legislation of the first session of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law and on the
23
certification, before September 1, 2001, by the superintendent of public instruction that the federal
24
government has allowed the state to calculate disparity on the unit value.
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The general fund appropriation for the state equalization guarantee distribution includes three
1
million five hundred dollars ($3,500,000) for the state department of public education in fiscal year
2
2002 to conduct the rapid response intervention program pilot project. The appropriation is contingent
3
on House Appropriations and Finance Committee Substitute for House Bill 949 or similar legislation of the
4
first session of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law, and shall be expended only if the
5
superintendent of public instruction does not make the certification pursuant to the previous paragraph of
6
this subsection pertaining to the calculation of disparity.
7
The general fund appropriation for the state equalization guarantee distribution includes four
8
million dollars ($4,000,000) for enrollment growth, contingent on House Bill 23 or similar legislation of
9
the first session of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law; and one million two hundred thousand
10
dollars ($1,200,000) for the at-risk factor, contingent on House Bill 49 or similar legislation of the
11
first session of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law.
12
The general fund appropriation in the state equalization guarantee distribution reflects the
13
deduction of federal revenue pursuant to Paragraph (2) of Subsection C of Section 22-8-25 NMSA 1978 that
14
includes payments commonly known as "impact aid funds" pursuant to 20 USCA 7701 et. seq., formerly known
15
as "PL 874 funds".
16
The general fund appropriation to the public school fund shall be reduced by the amounts transferred
17
to the public school fund from the current school fund and from the federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act
18
receipts otherwise unappropriated.
19
For the 2001-2002 school year, the state equalization guarantee contains sufficient funding for
20
districts implementing a formula-based program for the first time. Those districts shall use current
21
year MEM in the calculation of program units for the new formula-based program.
22
Any unexpended or unencumbered balance in the distributions authorized remaining at the end of
23
fiscal year 2002 from appropriations made from the general fund shall revert to the general fund.
24
Subtotal 1,749,710.4
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FEDERAL FLOW THRU: 279,649.8 279,649.8
1
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL FUND: 31,000.0 31,000.0
2
The appropriation to the instructional material fund is made from federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act
3
receipts.
4
Subtotal 31,000.0
5
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY FUND: 6,000.0 6,000.0
6
INCENTIVES FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
7
FUND: 1,900.0 1,900.0
8
READING PROFICIENCY FUND: 1,000.0 1,000.0
9
INTERVENTION FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT: 600.0 600.0
10
TOTAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT 1,788,210.4 2,000.0 279,649.8 2,069,860.2
11
GRAND TOTAL FISCAL YEAR 2002
12
APPROPRIATIONS 2,562,437.6 1,077,475.8 230,369.7 693,185.5 4,563,468.6"
13
Section 5. PERFORMANCE-BASED BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS.--The following amounts are appropriated from the
14
general fund or other funds as indicated for the purposes specified for expenditure in fiscal year 2002.
15
Unless otherwise indicated, any unexpended or unencumbered balance of the appropriations remaining at the
16
end of fiscal year 2002 shall revert to the appropriate fund.
17
Under guidelines developed by the state budget division, in consultation with the legislative
18
finance committee, each agency for which appropriations are made or for which performance measures are
19
established in this section shall file a report with the state budget division and the legislative finance
20
committee analyzing the agency’s performance relative to the performance measures and targets in this
21
section. The reports shall be submitted quarterly for certain performance measures and after the end of
22
fiscal year 2002 for the remaining measures. The state budget division, in consultation with the
23
legislative finance committee, shall develop a list of key performance measures for quarterly reporting.
24
The reports shall compare actual performance for the report period with targeted performance based on the
25
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level of funding appropriated. In developing guidelines for the submission of agency performance reports,
1
the state budget division, in consultation with the legislative finance committee, shall establish
2
standards for the reporting of variances between actual and targeted performance levels. The reports
3
filed with the state budget division and the legislative finance committee analyzing agency performance
4
shall include a detailed listing and summary of changes in fees imposed by the agency and a detailed
5
listing and summary of all changes of rules by the agency. Each of the summaries must include the
6
agency’s justification for the change in addition to any relevant meeting notes from the public hearing
7
where the action occurred. The quarterly and year-end reports for the period ending June 30, 2002, shall
8
be filed with the state budget division and the legislative finance committee on or before September 1,
9
2002.
10
It is the intent of the legislature to continue to improve implementation of the
11
Accountability in Government Act by emphasizing measures that are meaningful to the public and measures
12
that cross agency lines by including them in the General Appropriation Act of 2001 and the Supplemental
13
Performance Measures and Targets Act. The legislature expects implementation of the Accountability in
14
Government Act to improve as additional agencies submit performance-based budget requests and as agencies,
15
the department of finance and administration and the legislative finance committee continue to cooperate
16
on the development of programs, performance measures and targets. For those agencies that have already
17
submitted performance-based program budgets, the legislature expects continued refinement of measures to
18
improve their consistency, reliability and relevance, and continued emphasis on defining and measuring the
19
constituent activities of a program.
20
Unless explicitly stated otherwise, each of the program measures and the associated targets
21
contained in this section reflect performance to be achieved for fiscal year 2002. In cases where there
22
are no targets for output, outcome, efficiency or quality measures, agencies are expected to develop
23
baseline data for fiscal year 2002 and to propose targets when submitting budget requests for fiscal year
24
2003.
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In concert with the annual agency strategic planning process required by the state budget
1
division, the state budget division shall require strategic plans, including internal and external
2
assessments and development of programs and performance measures, be coordinated among the state agency on
3
aging, human services department, labor department, department of health and the children, youth and
4
families department.
5
A. JUDICIAL
6
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS:
7
(1) Administrative support:
8
The purpose of the administrative support program is to provide administrative support to the chief
9
justice, all judicial branch units and the administrative office of the courts so that they can
10
effectively administer the New Mexico court system.
11
Appropriations:
12
(a) Personal services and
13
employee benefits
1,603.9
1,603.9
14
(b) Contractual services
181.5
181.5
15
(c) Other financing uses
.5
.5
16
(d) Other
228.9
228.9
17
(e) Supervised child visitation
18
program 220.0 220.0
19
(f) Court-appointed special
20
advocates 943.0 943.0
21
(g) Court-appointed attorney fee
22
fund 2,900.0 2,900.0
23
(h) Judges pro tempore 40.0 40.0
24
(i) Judicial performance evaluation 100.0 100.0
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(j) Water rights litigation 220.5 220.5
1
(k) Jury witness fee fund 3,099.2 650.0 3,749.2
2
Authorized FTE:
27.50
Permanent;
1.50 Term
3
Performance Measures:
4
(a) Outcome: Judicial branch staff turnover rate
10%
5
(b) Quality: Percent of payments processed and transmitted to vendors or
6
employees within ten days
100%
7
(c) Quality: Average number of days to produce and issue jury summons
5
8
(d) Quality: Percent of magistrate court financial reports timely submitted to
9
fiscal services division
100%
10
(e) Quality: Average number of days from receipt of department of finance and
11
administration central accounting system report to reconciliation
15
12
(f) Quality: Percent of magistrate court financial reports reconciled on a
13
monthly basis
100%
14
(g) Output:
Percent of drug courts being evaluated
100%
15
(h) Quality: Percent of magistrate court remittances sent by the tenth day of
16
each month
100%
17
(i) Efficiency: Cost per summons
18
(j) Efficiency: Percent of magistrate funds deposited with state treasurer in
19
appropriate fund within twenty-four hours of court receipt
100%
20
(2) Statewide judiciary automation:
21
The purpose of the statewide judiciary automation program is to provide development, enhancement,
22
maintenance and support for automation and usage skills for appellate, district, magistrate and municipal
23
courts and ancillary judicial agencies so they can maintain records, manage cases, manage case-related
24
financial receivables and provide information to court users and to the public.
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Appropriations:
1
(a) Personal services and
2
employee benefits
1,287.0
1,682.3
2,969.3
3
(b) Contractual services
25.0
272.1
297.1
4
(c) Other
231.0
3,419.3
3,650.3
5
Authorized FTE:
35.50
Permanent;
11.00
Term
6
The other state funds appropriation to the statewide judiciary automation program of the administrative
7
office of the courts includes nine hundred thousand dollars ($900,000) for technical services and
8
equipment contingent on a study being conducted by the administrative office of the courts regarding cases
9
and workload of magistrate judges statewide and making recommendations on redistribution of judgeships
10
based on those findings.
11
Performance Measures:
12
(a) Quality: Percent reduction in complaints received regarding database, servers
13
and networks from complaints received in prior year
3%
14
(b) Quality: Percent of hours during which court systems are fully operational
95%
15
(c) Output:
Number of user training sessions held
6
16
(d) Quality: Percent of court reports accurate
95%
17
(e) Quality: Average time to resolve calls for assistance, in minutes
30
18
(f) Quality: Rate of resolution of automation issues on first contact
60%
19
(3) Warrant enforcement:
20
The purpose of the warrant enforcement program is to enforce outstanding bench warrants and to collect
21
outstanding fines, fees and costs in the magistrate courts so they may uphold judicial integrity.
22
Appropriations:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits
1,096.2
1,096.2
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(b) Contractual services
652.0
652.0
1
(c) Other financing uses
.8
.8
2
(d) Other
227.0
227.0
3
Authorized FTE:
37.00 Term
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Output:
Amount of bench warrant revenue collected annually, in millions
$1.4
6
(b) Output:
Amount of outstanding fines and fees collected after a bench warrant
7
letter has been sent, in millions
$1.9
8
(c) Efficiency: Ratio of overall revenue collected to program expenditures
4:1
9
(d) Outcome: Amount of fines, fees and costs collected, in millions
$3.2
10
(e) Output:
Number of cases in which bench warrant fees are collected
9,000
11
(4) Magistrate courts:
12
Appropriations:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits
11,087.2
200.0
11,287.2
15
(b) Contractual services
55.1
55.1
16
(c) Other financing uses
4.5
4.5
17
(d) Other
3,764.0
3,764.0
18
Authorized FTE:
259.00
Permanent
19
The general fund appropriations to the magistrate courts of the administrative office of the courts
20
include one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars ($125,000) for a magistrate judge and court clerk and
21
other costs in Dona Ana county.
22
Subtotal
34,191.0
23
TOTAL JUDICIAL
25,991.3 8,199.7 34,191.0
24
B. GENERAL CONTROL
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TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT:
1
(1) Tax administration:
2
The purpose of the tax administration program is to provide registration and licensure requirements for
3
tax programs and ensure the administration, collection, compliance and enforcement of state taxes and fees
4
that provide funding for services to the general public through fiscal appropriations.
5
Appropriations:
6
(a) Personal services and
7
employee benefits
14,651.2
429.2
729.7 15,810.1
8
(b) Contractual services
304.0
304.0
9
(c) Other
4,868.7
186.5
253.5
5,308.7
10
Authorized FTE:
391.00
Permanent;
17.00
Term;
49.10
Temp
11
Performance Measures:
12
(a) Output:
Number of federal oil and gas royalty audits performed
24
13
(b) Output:
Number of field audits performed for corporate income tax and
14
combined reporting system
350
15
(c) Outcome: Number of dollars assessed as a result of audits, in millions
$26
16
(d) Output:
Number of taxpayer accounts resolved
7,600
17
(e) Output:
Number of electronically-filed returns processed
150,000
18
(2) Motor vehicle:
19
The purpose of the motor vehicle program is to register, title and license vehicles, boats and motor
20
vehicle dealers. The motor vehicle program enforces operator compliance with the motor vehicle code and
21
federal regulations by conducting tests, investigations and audits. These activities complement the
22
state's efforts to provide a safe, compliant environment for transportation and commerce.
23
Appropriations:
24
(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits
9,649.3
198.8
9,848.1
1
(b) Contractual services
980.8
1,985.0
2,965.8
2
(c) Other
1,666.4
2,404.2
4,070.6
3
Authorized FTE:
282.00
Permanent;
4.00
Term;
4.00
Temp
4
The other state funds appropriations to the motor vehicle program of the taxation and revenue department
5
include two million six hundred forty-three thousand dollars ($2,643,000) for the Mandatory Financial
6
Responsibility Act unit, contingent on House Bill 476, Senate Bill 438 or similar legislation of the first
7
session of the forty-fifth legislature, becoming law.
8
Performance Measures:
9
(a) Outcome: Percent of registered vehicles having liability insurance
60%
10
(b) Output:
Number of driver transactions completed through mail and electronic
11
means
32,500
12
(c) Output:
Percent of drivers' tests administered to prospective motor vehicle
13
operators through web-based testing
95%
14
(d) Output:
Number of eight-year drivers' licenses issued
100,625
15
(e) Outcome: Average waiting time in high volume field offices, in minutes
15
16
(3) Property tax:
17
The purpose of the property tax program is to administer the Property Tax Code and to ensure fair
18
appraisal of property and the assessment of property taxes in the state of New Mexico.
19
Appropriations:
20
(a) Personal services and
21
employee benefits
873.0
1,061.8
1,934.8
22
(b) Contractual services
42.0
42.0
84.0
23
(c) Other
188.7
274.9
463.6
24
Authorized FTE:
44.00
Permanent
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Performance Measures:
1
(a) Output:
Number of appraisals or valuations for corporations conducting
2
business within the state and allocating values to the respective
3
taxing districts
400
4
(b) Outcome: Percent of resolved accounts resulting from delinquent property tax
5
sales
40%
6
(4) Program support:
7
The purpose of program support is to provide information system resources, human resource services,
8
finance and accounting services, revenue forecasting and legal services in the taxation and revenue
9
department for the general public and the legislature in order to give agency personnel the resources
10
needed to meet departmental objectives. This program also provides a hearing process for resolving
11
taxpayer protests and to provide stakeholders with reliable information regarding the state's tax
12
programs.
13
Appropriations:
14
(a) Personal services and
15
employee benefits
11,059.3
330.7
174.8
11,564.8
16
(b) Contractual services
750.4
190.0
940.4
17
(c) Other financing uses
18.2
18.2
18
(d) Other
7,980.7
207.7
8,188.4
19
Authorized FTE:
213.00
Permanent;
4.00
Term
20
Performance Measures:
21
(a) Efficiency: Percent of total tax protest cases resolved
22
(b) Outcome: Percent of DWI drivers' license revocations rescinded due to failure
23
to meet ninety-day deadline
<5%
24
(c) Quality: Percent of distributions from the combined reporting system made to
25
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all beneficiaries by the twentieth day of each month
80%
1
(d) Outcome: Number of electronically-filed tax returns processed through the oil
2
and natural gas administration and revenue database
1,044
3
Subtotal
61,501.5
4
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION:
5
(1) Policy development, fiscal and budget analysis and oversight:
6
The purpose of the policy development, fiscal and budget analysis and oversight program is to provide
7
professional, coordinated policy development and fiscal and budgetary analysis and oversight to the
8
governor, the legislature and state agencies so that they can advance the state's policies and initiatives
9
using appropriate and accurate data to make informed decisions for the prudent use of the public's tax
10
dollars.
11
Appropriations:
12
(a) Personal services and
13
employee benefits
2,180.3
2,180.3
14
(b) Contractual services
107.0
107.0
15
(c) Other financing uses
2.8
2.8
16
(d) Other
246.8
246.8
17
Authorized FTE:
31.80
Permanent
18
Performance Measures:
19
(a) Outcome: General fund reserve level as a percent of recurring
20
appropriations in the executive budget recommendation
5%
21
(b) Outcome: Percent of agencies that meet statutory deadlines established in the
22
Accountability in Government Act
90%
23
(c) Output:
Percent of bills referred to the house appropriations and finance
24
committee, senate finance committee and house taxation and revenue
25
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committee for which a fiscal analysis is prepared and forwarded to
1
the legislative finance committee.
50%
2
(d) Outcome: Error rate for eighteen-month general fund revenue forecast
3%
3
(e) Outcome: Error rate for six-month general fund revenue forecast
1.5%
4
(2) Community development and local government:
5
The purpose of the community development and local government program is to provide federal and state
6
oversight assistance to counties, municipalities and special districts with planning, implementation,
7
development and fiscal management so that entities can maintain strong, viable, lasting communities.
8
Appropriations:
9
(a) Personal services and
10
employee benefits
1,479.3
231.3
649.5
2,360.1
11
(b) Contractual services
23.3
4.5
46.5
74.3
12
(c) Other
357.5
64.2
171.5
593.2
13
Authorized FTE:
26.00
Permanent;
17.00
Term
14
The general fund appropriation to the community development and local government program of the department
15
of finance and administration in the other category includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for the
16
Santa Fe junior wrestling program
; fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to acquire water rights for the
17
Chamberino and La Mesa community water systems in Dona Ana county; seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000)
18
for the operation of the boys and girls club in Santa Fe; and seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to
19
establish a family education program for the Martineztown, San Jose and Sawmill neighborhoods of
20
Albuquerque.
21
Performance Measures:
22
(a) Quality: Percent of findings resolved on opinions issued on audited financial
23
statements and other reports of local governments
80%
24
(b) Outcome: Percent of local government officials attending trainings sponsored
25
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by this program who express satisfaction
80%
1
(c) Output:
Percent of community development block grant closeout letters issued
2
within forty-five days of review of final report
65%
3
(d) Output:
Percent of capital outlay projects closed within the original
4
reversion date
60%
5
(3) Fiscal management and oversight:
6
The purpose of the fiscal management and oversight program is to provide for and promote financial
7
accountability for public funds throughout state government and to provide state government agencies and
8
the citizens of New Mexico with timely, factual and comprehensive information on the financial status and
9
expenditures of the state.
10
Appropriations:
11
(a) Personal services and
12
employee benefits
2,743.4
2,743.4
13
(b) Contractual services
326.8
326.8
14
(c) Other
2,084.5
2,084.5
15
Authorized FTE:
56.20
Permanent
16
The general fund appropriation to the fiscal management and oversight program of the department of finance
17
and administration in the other category includes seven hundred fifty thousand one hundred dollars
18
($750,100) for costs associated with the establishment of the state comptroller's office as an adjunct
19
agency, contingent on House Bill 26 or similar legislation of the first session of the forty-fifth
20
legislature, becoming law.
21
Performance Measures:
22
(a) Outcome: Type of audit opinion on the state's general fund financial
23
statements
Unqualified
24
(b) Quality: Percent of time the central accounting system is operational
95%
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(c) Quality: Average number of business days required to process payments after
1
being received and accepted
5
2
(d) Output:
Percent of time the central document imaging system is operational
95%
3
(e) Output:
Percent of time the central payroll system is operational
100%
4
(4) Program support:
5
The purpose of program support is to provide other department of finance and administration programs with
6
central direction to agency management processes to ensure consistency, legal compliance and financial
7
integrity; to administer the governor's exempt salary plan; and to review and approve professional
8
services contracts.
9
Appropriations:
10
(a) Personal services and
11
employee benefits
1,016.7
1,016.7
12
(b) Contractual services
70.0
70.0
13
(c) Other
160.4
160.4
14
Authorized FTE:
19.00
Permanent
15
Performance Measures:
16
(a) Output:
Percent of department fund accounts that are reconciled within two
17
months following the closing of each month
100%
18
(b) Quality: Percent of employee files that contain final performance appraisal
19
development plans completed by employees' anniversary dates
95%
20
Subtotal
11,966.3
21
GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT:
22
(1) Employee group health benefits:
23
The purpose of the employee group health benefits program is to effectively administer comprehensive
24
health benefit plans to state employees.
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Appropriations:
1
(a) Contractual services
116,511.2
116,511.2
2
(b) Other financing uses
708.5
708.5
3
(c) Other
1,500.0
1,500.0
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Quality: Percent of employees expressing satisfaction with the group health
6
benefits plan
51%
7
(b) Efficiency: Medical premium percent change compared to industry average, within
8
three percent
9
(c) Efficiency: Dental premium percent change compared to industry standard, within
10
three percent
11
(2) Risk management:
12
The purpose of the risk management program is to protect the state's assets against property, public
13
liability, workers' compensation, state unemployment compensation, local public bodies unemployment
14
compensation, and surety bond losses so that agencies can perform their mission in an efficient and
15
responsive manner.
16
Appropriations:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits
2,559.3
2,559.3
19
(b) Contractual services
514.0
514.0
20
(c) Other financing uses
217.9
217.9
21
(d) Other
935.0
935.0
22
Authorized FTE:
51.00
Permanent
23
(3) Risk management funds:
24
Appropriations:
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(a) Public liability 39,626.3 39,626.3
1
(b) Surety bond
126.4 126.4
2
(c) Public property reserve 3,996.7 3,996.7
3
(d) Local public bodies unemployment
4
compensation 697.8 697.8
5
(e) Workers’ compensation retention 11,595.9 11,595.9
6
(f) State unemployment compensation 3,832.0 3,832.0
7
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the surety bond fund includes one
8
hundred twenty-six thousand four hundred dollars ($126,400) in operating transfers from the surety bond
9
account
in the risk reserve
.
10
Performance Measures:
11
(a) Outcome: Percent decrease of state government workers' compensation claims
12
compared with all workers' compensation claims
6%
13
(b) Quality: Percent of workers' compensation benefit recipients rating the risk
14
management program's claims processing services "satisfied" or
15
better
20%
16
(c) Efficiency: Public property self-insured claims costs, in millions
$4
17
(4) Information technology:
18
The purpose of the information technology program is to provide quality information processing and
19
communication services that are both timely and cost effective so that agencies can perform their mission
20
in an efficient and responsive manner.
21
Appropriations:
22
(a) Personal services and
23
employee benefits
13,280.3
13,280.3
24
(b) Contractual services
9,679.9
9,679.9
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(c) Other financing uses
3,420.2
3,420.2
1
(d) Other
21,476.9
21,476.9
2
Authorized FTE:
235.00
Permanent
3
Performance Measures:
4
(a) Quality: Customer satisfaction with information technology services on a
5
scale of one to five, with one being the lowest
3.6
6
(b) Efficiency: Total information processing operating expenditures as a percentage
7
of revenue
100%
8
(c) Efficiency: Total communications operating expenditures as a percent of revenue
100%
9
(d) Efficiency: Total printing operating expenditures as a percent of revenue
100%
10
(e) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with data and voice communication
11
network
85%
12
(5) Business office space management and maintenance services:
13
The purpose of the business office space management and maintenance services program is to provide
14
employees and the public with effective property management and maintenance so that agencies can perform
15
their mission in an efficient and responsive manner.
16
Appropriations:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits
4,879.1
12.0
4,891.1
19
(b) Contractual services
.7
.7
20
(c) Other financing uses
109.7
109.7
21
(d) Other
3,979.7
149.0
4,128.7
22
Authorized FTE:
140.00
Permanent
23
Performance Measures:
24
(a) Efficiency: Operating costs per square foot in Santa Fe for state-owned
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buildings
$5.14
1
(b) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with custodial and maintenance
2
services, as measured by an annual survey
90%
3
(c) Outcome: Average number of days to process lease requests
140
4
(d) Output:
Number of scheduled preventive maintenance tasks completed
5,300
5
(e) Efficiency: Percent increase in average per-square-foot cost of both leased and
6
owned office space in Santa Fe, as adjusted for inflation
0%
7
(f) Efficiency: Percent of contractor pay requests approved within seven working
8
days
95%
9
(6) Transportation services:
10
The purpose of the transportation services program is to provide centralized and effective administration
11
of the state's motor pool and aircraft transportation services so that agencies can perform their mission
12
in an efficient and responsive manner.
13
Appropriations:
14
(a) Personal services and
15
employee benefits
212.2
1,185.8
1,398.0
16
(b) Contractual services
2.8
93.2
96.0
17
(c) Other financing uses
25.3
2,717.7
2,743.0
18
(d) Other
338.6
8,383.6
8,722.2
19
Authorized FTE:
32.00
Permanent
20
Performance Measures:
21
(a) Efficiency: Percent of short-term vehicle utilization
80%
22
(b) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with lease services
80%
23
(c) Efficiency: Percent of vehicle lease revenues to expenditures
100%
24
(d) Efficiency: Percent of aircraft revenues to expenditures
100%
25
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(e) Efficiency: Comparison of lease rates to other public vehicle fleet rates
1
(7) Procurement services:
2
The purpose of the procurement services program is to provide a procurement process for tangible property
3
for government entities to ensure compliance with the Procurement Code so that agencies can perform their
4
mission in an efficient and responsive manner.
5
Appropriations:
6
(a) Personal services and
7
employee benefits
1,064.2
216.1
184.8
1,465.1
8
(b) Contractual services
50.0
50.0
9
(c) Other financing uses
21.6
11.0
.1
32.7
10
(d) Other
213.3
91.4
67.2
371.9
11
Authorized FTE:
25.00
Permanent;
6.00
Term
12
Performance Measures:
13
(a) Efficiency: Average cycle completion times for information technology projects,
14
in days
90
15
(b) Efficiency: Average cycle completion times for construction projects, in days
90
16
(c) Efficiency: Average cycle completion times for small purchases, in days
15
17
(d) Efficiency: Average cycle completion times for tangible products and services,
18
in days
45
19
(e) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with procurement services
80%
20
(8) Program support:
21
The purpose of program support is to manage the program performance process to demonstrate success.
22
Appropriations:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits
2,516.2
2,516.2
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(b) Contractual services
1,720.0
1,720.0
1
(c) Other financing uses
225.0
225.0
2
(d) Other
1,196.2
1,196.2
3
Authorized FTE:
47.00
Permanent
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Efficiency: Percent of employee files that contain performance appraisal
6
development plans that were completed by employees' anniversary
7
dates
98%
8
(b) Efficiency: Satisfaction rating of administrative services provided to all
9
divisions
80%
10
(c) Outcome: Number of prior year audit findings that recur
0
11
Subtotal
260,344.8
12
TOTAL GENERAL CONTROL
74,678.7 7,679.3 249,351.8 2,102.8 333,812.6
13
C. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
14
TOURISM DEPARTMENT:
15
(1) Marketing:
16
The purpose of the marketing program is to create and maintain an "image" or "brand" for the state of New
17
Mexico and influence in-state, domestic and international markets to directly affect the positive growth
18
and development of New Mexico as a top tourist destination so that New Mexico may increase its tourism
19
market share.
20
Appropriations:
21
(a) Personal services and
22
employee benefits
1,034.1
1,034.1
23
(b) Contractual services
156.6
156.6
24
(c) Other financing uses
.6
.6
25
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(d) Other
4,062.2
4,062.2
1
Authorized FTE:
33.50
Permanent
2
Performance Measures:
3
(a) Outcome: New Mexico's domestic tourism market share
1.43%
4
(b) Outcome: Print advertising conversion rate
45%
5
(c) Outcome: Broadcast conversion rate
33%
6
(2) Promotion:
7
The purpose of the promotion program is to produce and provide collateral, editorial and special events
8
for the consumer and for the trade industry so that they may increase their awareness of New Mexico as a
9
premier tourist destination.
10
Appropriations:
11
(a) Personal services and
12
employee benefits
192.2
192.2
13
(b) Other
220.8
220.8
14
Authorized FTE:
4.00
Permanent
15
Performance Measures:
16
(a) Outcome: Increase awareness of state as a visitor destination (percent of
17
inquiries planning to visit within next twelve months)
60%
18
(3) Outreach:
19
The purpose of the outreach program is to provide constituent services for communities, regions and other
20
entities so that they may identify their needs and assistance can be provided to locate resources to fill
21
those needs, whether internal or external to the organization.
22
Appropriations:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits
98.0
98.0
25
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(b) Other
1,102.9
1,102.9
1
Authorized FTE:
2.00
Permanent
2
Performance Measures:
3
(a) Output:
Number of cooperative advertising applications funded/received
148/175
4
(b) Output:
Number of outreach activities to communities
67
5
(4) New Mexico magazine:
6
The purpose of the New Mexico magazine program is to produce a monthly magazine and ancillary products for
7
a state and global audience so that the audience can learn about New Mexico from a cultural, historical
8
and educational perspective.
9
Appropriations:
10
(a) Personal services and
11
employee benefits
1,062.9
1,062.9
12
(b) Contractual services
908.7
908.7
13
(c) Other financing uses
.5
.5
14
(d) Other
2,797.6
2,797.6
15
Authorized FTE:
22.00
Permanent
16
Performance Measures:
17
(a) Outcome: Circulation rate
117,600
18
(5) Program support:
19
Program support provides administrative assistance to support the department’s programs and personnel so
20
that they may be successful in implementing and reaching their strategic initiatives and maintaining full
21
compliance with state rules and regulations.
22
Appropriations:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits
665.4
665.4
25
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(b) Contractual services
192.8
192.8
1
(c) Other financing uses
.6
.6
2
(d) Other
902.3
902.3
3
Authorized FTE:
12.00
Permanent
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Outcome: Number of audit exceptions
0
6
Subtotal
13,398.2
7
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT:
8
(1) Community development:
9
The purpose of the community development program is to assist communities in preparing for their role in
10
the new economy, focusing on high-quality job creation, improved infrastructure and quality of place so
11
New Mexicans can increase their wealth and improve their quality of life.
12
Appropriations:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits
854.9
854.9
15
(b) Contractual services
420.5
420.5
16
(c) Other financing uses
.3
.3
17
(d) Other
596.3
596.3
18
Authorized FTE:
17.00
Permanent
19
The general fund appropriation to the community development program of the economic development department
20
in the other category includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to help establish and assist local film
21
and multimedia production companies; and fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to promote New Mexico as a
22
location for out-of-state film production companies.
23
Performance Measures:
24
(a) Outcome: Average hourly salary for rural jobs created by the efforts of the
25
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agency programs
$10.67
1
(2) Job creation and job growth:
2
The purpose of the job creation and job growth program is to produce new high-paying employment
3
opportunities for New Mexicans so they can increase their wealth and improve their quality of life.
4
Appropriations:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits
743.4
743.4
7
(b) Contractual services
466.3
466.3
8
(c) Other financing uses
0.3
0.3
9
(d) Other
371.4
371.4
10
Authorized FTE:
14.00
Permanent
11
The general fund appropriation to the job creation and job growth program of the economic development
12
department in the contractual services category includes one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) to
13
support and expand business incubation services in northern New Mexico for expenditure in fiscal years
14
2002 through 2005.
15
Performance Measures:
16
(a) Outcome: Number of jobs created in rural New Mexico, of the total jobs
17
created by the job creation and job growth program
2,860
18
(b) Outcome: Number of jobs created (out of net new jobs created in New Mexico)
19
as a result of the job creation and job growth program
5,201
20
(c) Outcome: Percent of jobs created that pay more than fifty percent over the
21
national minimum wage
100%
22
(d) Outcome: Total per capita income attributable to the new jobs created
$24,180
23
(e) Output:
Dollar value of exports to Mexico, in millions
$58.1
24
(f) Outcome: Total economic impact of film projects in New Mexico, in millions
$22
25
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(g) Outcome: Percent of jobs created in the foreign trade zone (out of net new
1
jobs in the foreign trade zone) as a result of the job creation and
2
job growth program
33%
3
(3) Technology commercialization:
4
The purpose of the technology commercialization program is to increase the start-up, relocation and growth
5
of technology-based business in New Mexico so the citizens of New Mexico may have opportunities for high-
6
paying jobs.
7
Appropriations:
8
(a) Personal services and
9
employee benefits
529.5
529.5
10
(b) Contractual services
167.5
167.5
11
(c) Other financing uses
.2
.2
12
(d) Other
141.7
141.7
13
Authorized FTE:
9.00
Permanent
14
Performance Measures:
15
(a) Outcome: Percent increase of number of high-tech jobs created as a result of
16
the technology commercialization program
10%
17
(4) Program support:
18
The purpose of program support is to provide central direction to agency management processes and fiscal
19
support to agency programs to ensure consistency, continuity and legal compliance.
20
Appropriations:
21
(a) Personal services and
22
employee benefits
1,285.3
1,285.3
23
(b) Contractual services
83.3
83.3
24
(c) Other financing uses
.5
.5
25
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(d) Other
661.3
661.3
1
Authorized FTE:
24.00
Permanent
2
Performance Measures:
3
(a) Quality: Percent of employee files that contain performance appraisals that
4
were completed and submitted within state personnel guidelines
100%
5
Subtotal
6,322.7
6
REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT:
7
(1) Construction industries and manufactured housing:
8
The purpose of the construction industries and manufactured housing program is to provide code compliance
9
oversight; issue licenses, permits and citations; perform inspections; administer exams; process
10
complaints; and enforce laws, rules and regulations relating to general construction and manufactured
11
housing standards to industry professionals.
12
Appropriations:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits
5,099.6
86.2
5,185.8
15
(b) Contractual services
145.0
75.0
220.0
16
(c) Other financing uses
2.0
.1
2.1
17
(d) Other
1,036.0
41.5
1,077.5
18
Authorized FTE:
106.00
Permanent
19
The general fund appropriation to the construction industries and manufactured housing program of the
20
regulation and licensing department in the contractual services category includes seventy thousand dollars
21
($70,000) for the purpose of conducting field inspections of manufactured homes.
22
Performance Measures:
23
(a) Output:
Percent of consumer complaint cases resolved of the total number of
24
complaints filed
96%
25
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(b) Efficiency: Decrease in cycle time for processing of plan review and permitting
1
for commercial construction
5%
2
(c) Efficiency: Percent of permitted manufactured housing projects inspected
75%
3
(2) Financial institutions and securities:
4
The purpose of the financial institutions and securities program is to issue charters and licenses;
5
perform examinations; investigate complaints; enforce laws, rules and regulations; promote investor
6
protection and confidence so that capital formation is maximized and a secure financial infrastructure is
7
available to support economic development.
8
Appropriations:
9
(a) Personal services and
10
employee benefits
1,961.0
1,961.0
11
(b) Contractual services
45.0
45.0
12
(c) Other financing uses
.8
.8
13
(d) Other
408.4
13.9
422.3
14
Authorized FTE:
39.00
Permanent
15
Performance Measures:
16
(a) Output:
Percent of statutorily-complete applications that are processed
17
within a standard number of days by type of application
80%
18
(b) Efficiency: Average number of days to resolve a financial institutions complaint
19
19
(c) Efficiency: Average number of days to resolve a securities complaint
511
20
(3) Alcohol and gaming:
21
The purpose of the alcohol and gaming program is to license qualified people and, in cooperation with the
22
department of public safety, to enforce the Liquor Control Act and the Bingo and Raffle Act to ensure the
23
sale, service and public consumption of alcoholic beverages and the holding, operating and conducting of
24
games of chance are regulated to protect the health, safety and welfare of citizens and visitors to New
25
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Mexico and the economic vitality of licensees.
1
Appropriations:
2
(a) Personal services and
3
employee benefits
675.5
74.9
750.4
4
(b) Contractual services
8.7
8.7
5
(c) Other financing uses
.3
.3
6
(d) Other
188.5
6.3
194.8
7
Authorized FTE:
14.00
Permanent;
2.00
Term
8
Performance Measures:
9
(a) Outcome: Number of days to process a license application that requires a
10
hearing
138
11
(b) Outcome: Number of days to resolve an administrative citation
153
12
(4) Program support:
13
The purpose of program support is to provide leadership and centralized direction, financial management,
14
information systems support and human resources support for all agency organizations in compliance with
15
governing regulations, statutes and procedures so they can license qualified applicants, verify compliance
16
with statutes and resolve or mediate consumer complaints.
17
Appropriations:
18
(a) Personal services and
19
employee benefits
1,392.2
394.6
1,786.8
20
(b) Contractual services
26.8
18.1
44.9
21
(c) Other financing uses
.5
.1
.6
22
(d) Other
348.4
174.8
523.2
23
Authorized FTE:
32.20
Permanent
24
Performance Measures:
25
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(a) Quality: Number of prior year audit findings resolved
All
1
(b) Outcome: Percent of agency performance measures achieved
95%
2
(c) Outcome: Number of days from receipt of vendor invoice until payment is
3
mailed out
10
4
Subtotal
12,224.2
5
TOTAL COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
26,244.9 4,828.6 587.6 284.0 31,945.1
6
D. AGRICULTURAL, ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
7
OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS:
8
(1) Preservation and collections:
9
The purpose of the preservation and collections program is to preserve New Mexico's cultural heritage for
10
the future use, education and enjoyment of all citizens of the state so they will better understand their
11
cultural heritage.
12
Appropriations:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits
4,663.6
455.7
1,086.2
31.5
6,237.0
15
(b) Contractual services
297.6
104.3
488.4
160.7
1,051.0
16
(c) Other financing uses
2.4
1.0
3.4
17
(d) Other
1,287.1
890.3
241.6
120.0
2,539.0
18
Authorized FTE:
137.90
Permanent;
40.25
Term;
8.30
Temp
19
The appropriations to the preservation and collections program of the office of cultural affairs include
20
one hundred sixty-six thousand two hundred dollars ($166,200) from the general fund and
two hundred forty-
21
nine thousand two hundred dollars ($249,200) from federal funds for 2.25 FTE and for program costs to
22
establish and manage a Native American preservation program to assist tribal governments in developing
23
historic preservation offices.
24
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the preservation and collections
25
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program of the office of cultural affairs include one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the state road
1
fund for archaeological studies relating to highway projects. Unexpended or unencumbered balances in the
2
office of archaeological studies remaining at the end of fiscal year 2002 from appropriations made from
3
the state road fund shall revert to the state road fund.
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Outcome: Percent of archaeological field work requested by the state highway
6
and transportation department that met or surpassed budget and
7
schedule requirements
85%
8
(b) Output:
Number of sites saved through compliance review
2,000
9
(c) Outcome: Percent of museum collections, excluding archaeological collections,
10
that are housed in areas that meet museum standards for adequate
11
environmental and storage conditions
96%
12
(d) Outcome: Success rate in transmitting traditional artistic skills through
13
folk arts apprenticeships (there were eleven apprenticeships in
14
fiscal year 2000)
90%
15
(e) Quality: Percent of objects identified as in need of treatment, receiving
16
treatment (twenty-one thousand four hundred thirty objects were
17
identified in fiscal year 2000)
10%
18
(f) Outcome: Annual percent increase in total number of registered historic sites
19
and structures in New Mexico (eight thousand one hundred sites were
20
registered for fiscal year 2000)
4%
21
(g) Quality: Percent of existing office of cultural affairs facilities that have
22
completed assessments, including historic structures reports and
23
long-range maintenance and construction plans
50%
24
(2) Exhibitions and public programs:
25
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The purpose of exhibitions and public programs is to present exhibitions and public programs to the public
1
so they can participate in the state's cultural resources, thereby stimulating understanding about New
2
Mexico and its relationship to other parts of the world.
3
Appropriations:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits
5,071.4
556.5
5,627.9
6
(b) Contractual services
761.5
79.2
840.7
7
(c) Other financing uses
2.5
2.5
8
(d) Other
709.2
1,038.8
1,748.0
9
Authorized FTE:
133.80
Permanent;
17.70
Term
10
The general fund appropriation to the exhibitions and public programs of the office of cultural affairs in
11
the contractual services category includes two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for a year-round youth
12
education program in performing arts in Santa Fe county.
13
Performance Measures:
14
(a) Outcome: Percent of surveyed visitors who experience "enhanced" cultural
15
appreciation and awareness from their visits to agency exhibitions
16
and public programs
97%
17
(b) Explanatory: Total attendance at exhibitions and public programs
943,000
18
(c) Explanatory: Admissions revenue per paying visitor
$2.65
19
(d) Efficiency: Percent of exhibitions square footage per FTE dedicated towards
20
exhibitions production (design, fabrication, installation) over 1990
21
level
32%
22
(e) Quality: Percent of rated exhibitions and public programs scoring "very good"
23
to "excellent" by panels of non-agency experts
80%
24
(f) Explanatory: Percent of general fund revenue to overall total revenue
75%
25
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(3) Education, outreach and technical assistance:
1
The purpose of the education, outreach and technical assistance program is to provide education and
2
outreach programs for New Mexicans and visitors of all ages, and to provide technical assistance to all
3
citizens requesting information or services in order to ensure a better understanding of New Mexico's
4
cultural heritage.
5
Appropriations:
6
(a) Personal services and
7
employee benefits
5,302.8
731.9
596.4
6,631.1
8
(b) Contractual services
917.1
170.0
225.4
1,312.5
9
(c) Other financing uses
3.3
3.3
10
(d) Other
1,326.8
1,248.9
521.1
3,096.8
11
Authorized FTE:
113.80
Permanent;
46.80
Term;
.50
Temp
12
The appropriations to the education, outreach and technical assistance program of the office of cultural
13
affairs include one hundred eighty-nine thousand dollars ($189,000) for the New Mexico endowment for the
14
humanities.
15
The appropriations to the education, outreach and technical assistance program of the office of
16
cultural affairs include
eighty thousand two hundred dollars ($80,200) from the general fund and
one
17
hundred twenty thousand three hundred dollars ($120,300) from federal funds for two FTE and for program
18
costs to establish and manage a volunteer site stewards program to protect and preserve cultural sites
19
throughout New Mexico.
20
The other state funds appropriations to the education, outreach, and technical assistance program of
21
the office of cultural affairs include one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from cash balances of the
22
office of cultural affairs operating fund to provide funding for public concerts in communities throughout
23
the state and for educational performances in public schools.
24
Performance Measures:
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(a) Outcome: Percent increase of participants in agency educational and special
1
events within agency facilities
1.5%
2
(b) Outcome: Percent increase of participants in agency educational and special
3
events outside agency facilities
5.5%
4
(c) Outcome: Percent of total events occurring in communities outside Santa Fe,
5
Albuquerque and Las Cruces
6
(d) Output:
Number of programs delivered through grants for humanities projects
450
7
(e) Output:
Number of tutors trained by the New Mexico coalition for literacy
1,300
8
(f) Output:
Number of students served by the New Mexico coalition for literacy
3,500
9
(g) Explanatory: Dollar amount of net sales, plus accounts receivable, for the museum
10
of New Mexico press, in thousands
$600
11
(4) Cultural resources development:
12
The purpose of the cultural resources development program is to provide opportunities for the development
13
and stabilization of cultural resources for organizations and local communities throughout New Mexico.
14
Appropriations:
15
(a) Personal services and
16
employee benefits
669.4
78.8
748.2
17
(b) Contractual services
100.3
94.9
305.1
500.3
18
(c) Other financing uses
.2
.2
19
(d) Other
1,292.7
403.0
1,695.7
20
Authorized FTE:
11.70
Permanent;
6.25
Term;
1.30
Temp
21
The appropriations to the cultural resources development program of the office of cultural affairs include
22
seventy-eight thousand dollars ($78,000) from the general fund and
one hundred seventeen thousand dollars
23
($117,000) from federal funds for 0.75 FTE and for program costs to enhance and expand the surveys of
24
sites and buildings eligible for listing on the state register of cultural properties and the national
25
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register of historic places.
1
Performance Measures:
2
(a) Explanatory: Percent of funds distributed to communities outside of Albuquerque,
3
Santa Fe and Las Cruces
54%
4
(b) Outcome: Attendance at new programs partially funded by New Mexico arts,
5
provided by arts organizations statewide
2,000,000
6
(c) Efficiency: Dollar value of buildings rehabilitated through tax credit program,
7
per tax dollar credited
$2.20:1
8
(d) Outcome: Total number of new structures preserved annually which utilize
9
preservation tax credits
57
10
(e) Explanatory: Number of pieces of public art placed throughout New Mexico
11
purchased with state funds
175
12
(f) Output:
Number of public library visits per capita
5.6
13
(5) Program support:
14
The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support for all programs and divisions to
15
assist the agency in delivering its programs and services so that it can serve its constituents.
16
Appropriations:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits
1,085.5
30.5
50.0
1,166.0
19
(b) Contractual services
4.1
4.1
20
(c) Other financing uses
.5
.5
21
(d) Other
113.6
60.0
173.6
22
Authorized FTE:
21.70
Permanent
23
The general fund appropriation to the office of cultural affairs in the contractual services category is
24
contingent on the office of cultural affairs including performance measures in its contracts to increase
25
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contract oversight and accountability.
1
Unexpended or unencumbered balances in the office of cultural affairs remaining at the end of fiscal
2
year 2002 from appropriations made from the general fund shall not revert.
3
Performance Measures:
4
(a) Outcome: Percent of employee files with performance appraisal development
5
plans completed by anniversary date
55%
6
(b) Output:
Percent of time computer servers down
5%
7
(c) Quality: Percent of audit findings resolved over prior fiscal year
100%
8
(d) Outcome: Percent of agency program objectives met
90%
9
(e) Efficiency: Ratio of program support FTE to total program FTE
1:30
10
Subtotal
33,381.8
11
ENERGY, MINERALS AND NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT:
12
(1) Healthy ecosystems:
13
The purpose of the healthy ecosystems program is to protect healthy ecosystems throughout the state by
14
identifying at-risk areas, especially those with high fire danger; preventing additional damage, restoring
15
damaged areas; and increasing the use of renewable and alternative resources provided the needs of rural
16
communities and traditional farming and ranching techniques are a priority factor in determining healthy
17
ecosystems.
18
Appropriations:
19
(a) Personal services and
20
employee benefits
2,724.6
68.9
97.4
923.7
3,814.6
21
(b) Contractual services
116.1
500.9
4,694.8
5,311.8
22
(c) Other financing uses
3.7
830.2
.9
2,045.3
2,880.1
23
(d) Other
701.7
10.0
231.0
552.7
1,495.4
24
Authorized FTE:
62.00
Permanent;
18.00
Term;
1.00
Temp
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The general fund appropriations to the healthy ecosystems program of the energy, minerals and natural
1
resources department include forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000) for a pilot program for fire risk
2
reduction and tree recovery through development of economic uses for small diameter and under-utilized
3
tree species recovered from forest restoration and fuel reduction efforts in Taos, Mora, Rio Arriba,
4
Colfax and San Miguel counties.
5
Performance Measures:
6
(a) Output:
Number of abandoned wells plugged
39
7
(b) Outcome: Percent of inventoried temporarily abandoned wells that are plugged
19%
8
(c) Output:
Number of acres restored annually
18,000
9
(d) Output:
Number of seedlings delivered through conservation tree seedling
10
program
170,000
11
(e) Output:
Number of department of energy compliance project management plan
12
training courses/practical exercises conducted per fiscal year
18
13
(f) Outcome: Percent increase in alternative fuels consumption of
14
gasoline-equivalent gallons from state-sponsored activities
4%
15
(g) Explanatory: Number of abandoned mines safeguarded
40
16
(h) Output:
Number of abandoned mine reclamation projects completed, as
17
specified in the abandoned mine land federal grants
5
18
(2) Outdoor recreation:
19
The purpose of the outdoor recreation program is to create the best recreational opportunities possible in
20
state parks by preserving cultural and natural resources, continuously improving facilities, and providing
21
quality, fun activities and to do it all efficiently.
22
Appropriations:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits
5,559.4
4,178.9
279.1 10,017.4
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(b) Contractual services
273.4
93.5
1,480.7
1,847.6
1
(c) Other financing uses
4.6
2,071.3
2,075.9
2
(d) Other
2,186.6
3,247.8
2,070.7
308.2
7,813.3
3
Authorized FTE:
217.00
Permanent;
5.00
Term;
47.00
Temp
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Output:
Number of visitors to state parks
4,700,000
6
(b) Explanatory: Percent of general fund to total funds
41%
7
(c) Explanatory: Self-generated revenue per visitor
$0.79
8
(d) Output:
Number of interpretive programs available to park visitors
85
9
(e) Output:
Number of visitors participating in interpretive programs, including
10
displays at visitor centers and self-guided tours
81,600
11
(f) Output:
Number of boat safety inspections conducted
8,000
12
(3) Voluntary compliance:
13
The purpose of the voluntary compliance program is to encourage mining, oil and gas operators to develop
14
workable permits and to comply with those permits by providing sound technical review, monitoring
15
operators and resolving violations.
16
Appropriations:
17
(a) Personal services and
18
employee benefits
3,450.0
555.5
659.9
4,665.4
19
(b) Contractual services
69.3
41.5
30.8
141.6
20
(c) Other financing uses
1.5
669.9
.1
108.8
780.3
21
(d) Other
1,097.0
8.0
113.0
104.9
1,322.9
22
Authorized FTE:
76.00
Permanent;
10.00
Term
23
Performance Measures:
24
(a) Output:
Number of inspections conducted per year to ensure mining is being
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conducted in compliance with approved permits and regulations
180
1
(b) Outcome: Percent of operators who perform adequate safeguarding without
2
guidance from mining and minerals division under the mine
3
registration and safeguarding program
75%
4
(c) Efficiency: Percent of Mining Act permit submittals reviewed within ninety days
75%
5
(d) Output:
Number of inspections of oil and gas wells and associated facilities
24,250
6
(e) Outcome: Percentage of violations resolved in ninety days
99%
7
(f) Efficiency: Percentage of applications for administrative orders reviewed within
8
thirty days
75%
9
(4) Energy efficiency:
10
The purpose of the energy efficiency program is to promote energy efficiency through numerous mechanisms,
11
ranging from pollution prevention efforts to reducing energy consumption in homes, schools, public
12
buildings and commercial applications while improving the quality of the workplace and saving taxpayer
13
dollars.
14
Appropriations:
15
(a) Personal services and
16
employee benefits
339.9
51.0
390.9
17
(b) Contractual services
1.4
200.0
475.4
676.8
18
(c) Other financing uses
.2
345.4
120.0
465.6
19
(d) Other
4.6
198.5
203.1
20
Authorized FTE:
5.00
Permanent;
1.00
Term
21
Performance Measures:
22
(a) Explanatory: Annual utility costs for state-owned buildings pursuant to Executive
23
Order 99-40
24
(b) Output:
Energy savings, in million of British thermal units, as a result of
25
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state-sponsored projects
32,266
1
(5) Program support:
2
The purpose of program support is to support department program functions so goals can be met by providing
3
equipment, supplies, services, personnel, information, funds, policies and training.
4
Appropriations:
5
(a) Personal services and
6
employee benefits
2,364.4
129.9
2,494.3
7
(b) Contractual services
56.5
30.0
86.5
8
(c) Other financing uses
.9
.9
9
(d) Other
393.2
90.1
483.3
10
Authorized FTE:
41.50
Permanent;
3.00
Term
11
Performance Measures:
12
(a) Outcome: Percent of employee files with performance appraisal development
13
plans completed by anniversary date
95%
14
(b) Outcome: Percent of prior year audit findings resolved
90%
15
(c) Efficiency: Percent of time local area network is available
95%
16
(6) Youth conservation corps:
17
Appropriations:
18
(a) Personal services and
19
employee benefits
97.2
97.2
20
(b) Contractual services
2,065.4
2,065.4
21
(c) Other financing uses
.1
.1
22
(d) Other
37.3
37.3
23
Authorized FTE:
2.00
Permanent
24
Subtotal
49,167.7
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STATE ENGINEER:
1
(1) Water resource allocation:
2
The purpose of the water resource allocation program is to provide beneficial use of the public surface
3
and underground waters of the state to any person; association; corporation, public or private; the state
4
of New Mexico; and the United States so they can maintain their quality of life and so they can
5
efficiently use the available water supplies of the state for beneficial purposes.
6
Appropriations:
7
(a) Personal services and
8
employee benefits
5,276.7
235.6
5,512.3
9
(b) Contractual services
11.5
600.0
611.5
10
(c) Other financing uses
2.2
2.2
11
(d) Other
880.1
33.2
913.3
12
Authorized FTE:
112.00
Permanent
13
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the water resources allocation program
14
of the state engineer include six hundred thousand dollars ($600,000) from the improvement of the Rio
15
Grande income fund.
16
Performance Measures:
17
(a) Output:
Average number of unprotested new and pending applications processed
18
per month
54
19
(b) Output:
Average number of protested and aggrieved applications processed per
20
month
16
21
(c) Explanatory: Number of unprotested/unaggrieved water right applications
22
backlogged
624
23
(d) Explanatory: Number of protested/aggrieved water rights backlogged
148
24
(2) Interstate stream compact compliance and water development:
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The purpose of the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program is to provide
1
representation of the state in the resolution of federal and interstate water issues and to investigate,
2
protect, conserve and develop the water resources and stream systems of New Mexico, interstate and
3
otherwise, for the people of New Mexico so they can have maximum, sustained beneficial uses of available
4
water resources.
5
Appropriations:
6
(a) Personal services and
7
employee benefits
1,599.3
85.3
1,684.6
8
(b) Contractual services
436.4
21.2
8,960.0
9,417.6
9
(c) Other financing uses
.4
.1
.5
10
(d) Other
399.8
66.4
1,700.0
2,166.2
11
Authorized FTE:
25.00
Permanent;
1.00
Temp
12
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the interstate compact compliance and
13
water development program of the state engineer include two million fifteen thousand dollars ($2,015,000)
14
in the contractual services category and one million seven hundred thousand dollars ($1,700,000) in the
15
other category from the irrigation works construction fund.
16
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the interstate compact compliance
17
and water development program of the state engineer in the contractual services category includes six
18
million nine hundred forty-five thousand dollars ($6,945,000) in contractual services from the
19
improvements of the Rio Grande income fund.
20
The other state funds appropriations to the interstate compact compliance and water development
21
program for the Ute dam operation of the state engineer include one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000)
22
from the game protection fund. Unexpended or unencumbered balances remaining at the end of fiscal year
23
2002 from appropriations made from the game protection fund shall revert to the game protection fund.
24
Performance Measures:
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(a) Outcome: Pecos river compact accumulated delivery credit or deficit, in acre
1
feet
10,000
2
(b) Outcome: Rio Grande river compact accumulated delivery credit or deficit, in
3
acre feet
100,000
4
(c) Explanatory: Cumulative number of regional water plans completed and accepted by
5
interstate stream commission
4
6
(3) Water rights protection and adjudication:
7
The purpose of the water rights protection and adjudication program is to obtain a judicial determination
8
and definition of water rights within each system and underground basin as required by law so that the
9
state engineer may effectively perform water rights administration and meet New Mexico's interstate stream
10
obligations. This will prevent over-allocation of water and, during times of drought and water shortages,
11
will establish the priorities for water usage.
12
Appropriations:
13
(a) Personal services and
14
employee benefits
2,384.5
2,384.5
15
(b) Contractual services
758.0
2,500.0
3,258.0
16
(c) Other financing uses
.8
.8
17
(d) Other
437.6
437.6
18
Authorized FTE:
44.00
Permanent
19
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the water rights protection and
20
adjudication program of the state engineer include two million five hundred thousand dollars ($2,500,000)
21
from the irrigation works construction fund.
22
Performance Measures:
23
(a) Outcome: Number of offers to defendants in adjudications
7,000
24
(b) Outcome: Percent of all water rights that have judicial determinations
10%
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(4) Program support:
1
The purpose of program support is to provide necessary administrative support to state engineer programs
2
so the agency can be successful in reaching its goals and objectives.
3
Appropriations:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits
1,686.7
1,686.7
6
(b) Contractual services
182.5
820.0
1,002.5
7
(c) Other financing uses
75.5
75.5
8
(d) Other
623.8
623.8
9
Authorized FTE:
27.00
Permanent
10
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the program support program of the
11
state engineer includes eight hundred twenty thousand dollars ($820,000) from the irrigation works
12
construction fund.
13
The general fund appropriation to program support of the state engineer in the other financing uses
14
category includes seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) for assisting the Taos valley acequia
15
association and the Rio de Chama acequia association in developing regional acequia geographic information
16
systems that are compatible with those of the state engineer.
17
Performance Measures:
18
(a) Output:
Average number of days required to process payment vouchers from the
19
date request is received until transmission of the voucher to the
20
department of finance and administration
30
21
(b) Quality: Percent of employee files that contain performance appraisal
22
development plans that are completed by employees' anniversary dates
90%
23
(5) Irrigation works construction
24
Appropriations:
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(a) Other
4,291.2
2,743.8
7,035.0
1
The appropriations to the irrigation works construction fund programs of the state engineer include: (a)
2
one million two hundred thousand dollars ($1,200,000) to match seventeen and one-half percent of the cost
3
of work undertaken by the United States army corps of engineers pursuant to the Federal Water Resources
4
Development Act of 1986; provided that no amount of this appropriation shall be expended for any project
5
unless the appropriate acequia system or community ditch has agreed to provide seven and one-half percent
6
of the cost and provided that no more than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) shall be
7
appropriated to one acequia per fiscal year; (b) two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) for the
8
planning, design, supervision of construction, and construction of approved acequia improvement projects
9
in cooperation with the United States department of agriculture, natural resources conservation service;
10
and (c) one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for the construction, improvement, repair and
11
protection from floods of dams, reservoirs, ditches, flumes and appurtenances of community ditches in the
12
state, provided that not more than sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) of this appropriation shall be used
13
for any one community ditch. The state engineer may enter into cooperative agreements with the owners or
14
commissioners of ditch associations to ensure that work is done in the most efficient and economical
15
manner and may contract with the federal government or any of its agencies or instrumentalities that
16
provide matching funds or assistance. No state funds other than loans may be used to meet the acequia's
17
twenty percent share of the total cost of the project.
18
The appropriations to the irrigation works construction fund programs of the state engineer include
19
(a) grants, in such amounts as determined by the interstate stream commission, for construction,
20
improvement, repair and protection from floods of dams, reservoirs, ditches, flumes and appurtenances of
21
community ditches in the state located on Indian land whether pueblo or reservation; (b) loans to
22
irrigation districts and soil and water conservation districts for re-loan to farmers for implementation
23
of water conservation improvements that shall not exceed two million five hundred thousand dollars
24
($2,500,000); and (c) small loans to acequias and community ditches for construction of improvements that
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shall not exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
1
(6) Debt service fund:
540.0
540.0
2
(7) IWCF/IRGF income funds:
4,139.0 4,139.0
3
(8) Improvement of the Rio Grande fund:
6,689.8 855.2 7,545.0
4
The general fund appropriation to state engineer in the contractual services category is contingent on the
5
state engineer including performance measures in its contracts to increase contract oversight and
6
accountability.
7
None of the money appropriated to the state engineer for operating or trust purposes shall be
8
expended for primary clearing of vegetation in a phreatophyte removal project, except insofar as is
9
required to meet the terms of the Pecos river compact between Texas and New Mexico. However, this
10
prohibition shall not apply to removal of vegetation incidental to the construction, operation or
11
maintenance of works for flood control or carriage of water or both.
12
Subtotal
49,036.6
13
TOTAL AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND
14
NATURAL RESOURCES
57,716.4 30,547.7 28,596.2 14,725.8 131,586.1
15
E. HEALTH, HOSPITALS AND HUMAN SERVICES
16
STATE AGENCY ON AGING:
17
(1) Elder rights and health advocacy:
18
The purpose of the elder rights and health advocacy program is to provide support and education for
19
residents of long-term care facilities, older individuals and their families so they are aware of the most
20
current information about services and benefits, allowing them to protect their rights and make informed
21
decisions about quality service.
22
Appropriations:
23
(a) Personal services and
24
employee benefits
406.9
276.6
683.5
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(b) Contractual services
11.3
21.8
33.1
1
(c) Other
214.5
201.1
415.6
2
Authorized FTE:
11.00
Permanent;
2.50
Term
3
The general fund appropriation to the elder rights and health advocacy program of the state agency on
4
aging in the personal services and employee benefits category includes one hundred thousand dollars
5
($100,000) for two FTE for the long-term care ombudsman program.
6
The general fund appropriations to the elder rights and health advocacy program of the state agency
7
on aging include one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for one FTE and associated costs for
8
prescription drug assistance outreach.
9
Performance Measures:
10
(a) Output:
Number of long-term care complaints identified and investigated
11
during the federal fiscal year
4,100
12
(b) Efficiency: Percent of long-term care complaints resolved during the federal
13
fiscal year
65%
14
(c) Output:
Number of volunteers trained in the state fiscal year to provide
15
health insurance and benefits assistance
30
16
(d) Output:
Number of client contacts to assist on health insurance and benefits
17
choices
18,300
18
(2) Older worker:
19
The purpose of the older worker program is to provide training, education and work experience to older
20
individuals so they can enter or re-enter the work force and receive appropriate income and benefits.
21
Appropriations:
838.7 173.8 384.9 1,397.4
22
Performance Measures:
23
(a) Output:
Number of individuals enrolled in the state older worker program in
24
relation to the number of authorized slots of one hundred five
182
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(b) Outcome: Percent of individuals participating in the state older worker
1
program obtaining unsubsidized permanent employment
5%
2
(c) Output:
Number of individuals enrolled in the federal older worker program
3
in relation to the number of authorized slots of sixty-nine
96
4
(d) Outcome: Percent of individuals participating in the federal older worker
5
program obtaining unsubsidized permanent employment in relation to
6
the authorized slots of sixty-nine
20%
7
(3) Community involvement:
8
The purpose of the community involvement program is to provide supportive social and nutrition services
9
for older individuals so they can remain independent and involved in their communities.
10
Appropriations:
11
(a) Other financing uses
1,499.5
1,499.5
12
(b) Other
16,432.8
5,786.9 22,219.7
13
The general fund appropriations to the community involvement program of the state agency on aging to
14
supplement federal Older Americans Act programs shall be contracted to the designated area agencies on
15
aging.
16
The general fund appropriation to the community involvement program of the state agency on aging in
17
the other costs category includes
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for personal care, home management,
18
transportation, household maintenance, case management and advocacy services to elderly and disabled low-
19
income persons at risk of institutionalization, abuse, neglect or exploitation in the south valley of
20
Bernalillo county;
two million two hundred forty thousand dollars ($2,240,000) to the six area agencies on
21
aging for senior services including case management, Alzheimer's respite care, adult daycare, congregate
22
meals, home-delivered meals, transportation, in-home services and senior center services; one hundred
23
fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) to provide for increased volunteers for the foster grandparent, senior
24
companion and retired and senior volunteers programs; twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) for increased
25
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information, assistance and education services for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related
1
disorders and their families and caregivers; sixty-five thousand dollars ($65,000) for statewide senior
2
olympics activities
; forty thousand dollars ($40,000) for salaries and transportation expenses for la casa
3
senior center in Clovis; and fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for rio en medio senior center
.
4
Performance Measures:
5
(a) Output:
Number of unduplicated persons served through community services
40,000
6
(b) Output:
Number of one-way trips provided for access to community services
800,000
7
(c) Outcome: Percent of individuals aged sixty and older served through community
8
services
15%
9
(d) Output:
Unduplicated number of persons receiving home-delivered meals
4,500
10
(e) Output:
Unduplicated number of persons receiving congregate meals
15,000
11
(f) Output:
Number of congregate and home-delivered meals served to eligible
12
participants
2,800,000
13
(g) Output:
Number of senior centers providing meals
135
14
(h) Output:
Number of homemaker hours provided in the state fiscal year
81,500
15
(i) Output:
Number of adult day care service hours provided
150,000
16
(j) Output:
Number of hours of legal representation provided including legal
17
advice and education
11,700
18
(k) Output:
Number of hours of respite care provided
100,000
19
(l) Output:
Number of participants in local, state and national senior olympic
20
games
2,100
21
(m) Output:
Number of children served through the foster grandparent program
3,500
22
(n) Output:
Number of volunteer hours provided by retired and senior volunteers
1,600,000
23
(o) Output:
Number of home-bound clients served through the senior companion
24
program
1,700
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(4) Program support:
1
The purpose of program support is to provide internal administrative and management support to agency
2
staff, outside contractors and external control agencies so they can implement and manage agency programs.
3
Appropriations:
4
(a) Personal services and
5
employee benefits
1,050.9
125.4
505.2
1,681.5
6
(b) Contractual services
88.5
15.1
103.6
7
(c) Other
174.7
34.7
76.3
285.7
8
Authorized FTE:
28.00
Permanent;
3.00
Term
9
Unexpended or unencumbered balances in the state agency on aging remaining at the end of fiscal year 2002
10
from appropriations made from the general fund shall revert to the general fund sixty days after fiscal
11
year 2001 audit reports have been approved by the state auditor.
12
Performance Measures:
13
(a) Output:
Number of contractors monitored and/or assessed
40
14
(b) Outcome: Percent of contractors assessed with no significant findings
75%
15
(c) Output:
Number of program performance and financial expenditure reports
16
analyzed and processed within established deadlines
800
17
(d) Output:
Number of attendees at annual conference on aging
1,200
18
Subtotal
28,319.6
19
HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT:
20
(1) Medical assistance:
21
The purpose of the medical assistance program is to improve the health of low-income individuals by
22
providing access to free or low-cost quality health care.
23
Appropriations:
24
(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits
2,693.0
38.1
3,485.5
6,216.6
1
(b) Contractual services
4,963.5
111.5
12,902.4 17,977.4
2
(c) Other financing uses
17,933.0
1,070.1
79,922.5 98,925.6
3
(d) Other
294,515.0
14,140.4
97,203.0 1,159,069.1 1,564,927.5
4
Authorized FTE:
121.00
Permanent
5
The other state funds appropriations to the medical assistance program of the human services department
6
include eight million eight hundred forty-seven thousand six hundred dollars ($8,847,600) from the tobacco
7
settlement program fund. Four hundred fifty thousand dollars ($450,000) is for a tobacco cessation and
8
prevention program; three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) is for the purpose of adding an optional
9
medicaid eligibility category per the federal Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Act of
10
2000 for low-income women who have gone through the breast and cervical cancer early detection program of
11
the department of health and have been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer; five million three
12
hundred twenty-two thousand six hundred dollars ($5,322,600) is to provide health insurance to the parents
13
of a child under nineteen years of age who resides with the parent and whose income does not exceed one
14
hundred percent of federal poverty guidelines through the state children's health insurance program; four
15
hundred seventy-five thousand dollars ($475,000) is for the state children's health insurance program,
16
phase two, for early childhood home visits; and two million three hundred thousand dollars ($2,300,000) is
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for the base medicaid program.
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The general fund appropriations to the medical assistance program of the human services department
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include five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) to increase the number of slots in the disabled and
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elderly waiver program; thirty-two thousand five hundred dollars ($32,500) for the purpose of establishing
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an ombudsman program within the medical assistance division to act as an intermediary and advocate for
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beneficiary concerns relating to behavioral health services;
five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000),
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which together with associated federal matching funds, shall be used for salaries, benefits, training and
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recruitment of direct care givers in long-term care facilities; one million dollars ($1,000,000) to
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establish a prescription drug-only medicaid waiver program for persons sixty-five years of age and older
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with incomes of no more than one hundred percent of the federal poverty level and to obtain any waiver
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necessary pursuant to Section 1115 of the federal Social Security Act;
and two million five hundred
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thousand dollars ($2,500,000) for medicaid coverage for temporary assistance for needy families program
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clients not eligible for medicaid.
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The appropriations to the m