AN ACT

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

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

Section 1. SHORT TITLE.--This act may be cited as the General Appropriation Act of 2002".

Section 2. DEFINITIONS.‑‑As used in the General Appropriation Act of 2002:

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

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

C. expenditures means costs, expenses, encumbrances and other financing uses, other than refunds authorized by law, recognized in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the legally authorized budget amounts and budget period;

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

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

F. full-time equivalent or FTE means one or more authorized positions that together receive compensation for not more than two thousand eighty-eight hours worked in fiscal year 2003. The calculation of hours worked includes compensated absences but does not include overtime, compensatory time or sick leave paid pursuant to Section 10-7-10 NMSA 1978;

G. general fund means that fund created by Section 6‑4‑2 NMSA 1978 and includes federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act receipts and those payments made in accordance with federal block grants and the federal Workforce Investment Act, but excludes the general fund operating reserve and the appropriation contingency fund;


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

I. internal service funds means:

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

(2) unencumbered balances in agency internal service fund accounts appropriated by the General Appropriation Act of 2002;

J. other state funds means:

(1) unencumbered, nonreverting balances in agency accounts, other than in internal service funds accounts, appropriated by the General Appropriation Act of 2002;

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

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

K. outcome means the measure of the actual impact or public benefit of a program;

L. output means the measure of the volume of work completed, or the level of actual services or products delivered by a program;

M. performance measure means a quantitative or qualitative indicator used to assess a program;

N. program means a set of activities undertaken in accordance with a plan of action organized to realize identifiable goals and objectives based on legislative authorization;

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

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


Q. target means the expected level of performance of a programs performance measures; and

R. unforeseen federal funds means a source of federal funds or an increased amount of federal funds that could not have been reasonably anticipated or known during the first extraordinary session of the forty-fifth legislature and, therefore, could not have been requested by an agency or appropriated by the legislature.

Section 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS.‑‑

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

B. Amounts set out under column headings are appropriated from the source indicated by the column heading. All amounts set out under the column heading Internal Service Funds/Interagency Transfers indicate an intergovernmental transfer and do not represent a portion of total state government appropriations. All information designated as Totals or Subtotals are provided for information and are not appropriations.

C. Amounts set out in Section 4 of the General Appropriation Act of 2002, or so much as may be necessary, are appropriated from the indicated source for expenditure in fiscal year 2003 for the objects expressed.

D. Unencumbered balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2002 shall revert to the general fund by October 1, 2002, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act of 2002 or otherwise provided by law.

E. Unencumbered balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall revert to the general fund by October 1, 2003, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation Act of 2002 or otherwise provided by law.


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

G. Except as otherwise specifically stated in the General Appropriation Act of 2002, appropriations are made in that act for the expenditures of agencies and for other purposes as required by existing law for fiscal year 2003. If any other act of the second session or the first extraordinary session of the forty‑fifth legislature changes existing law with regard to the name or responsibilities of an agency or the name or purpose of a fund or distribution, the appropriation made in the General Appropriation Act of 2002 shall be transferred from the agency, fund or distribution to which an appropriation has been made as required by existing law to the appropriate agency, fund or distribution provided by the new law.

H. In August, October, December and May of fiscal year 2003, the department of finance and administration, in consultation with the staff of the legislative finance committee and other agencies, shall prepare and present revenue estimates to the legislative finance committee. If these revenue estimates indicate that revenues and transfers to the general fund, excluding transfers to the general fund operating reserve, the appropriation contingency fund or the state-support reserve fund are not expected to meet appropriations from the general fund as of the end of fiscal year 2003, then the department shall present a plan to the legislative finance committee that outlines the methods by which the administration proposes to address the deficit.

I. Pursuant to Sections 6-3-23 through 6-3-25 NMSA 1978, agencies whose revenue from unforeseen federal funds, state board of finance loans, revenue appropriated by other acts of the legislature, or gifts, grants, donations, bequests, insurance settlements, refunds, or payments into revolving funds exceeds specifically appropriated amounts may request budget increases from the state budget division. If approved by the state budget division, such money is appropriated. In approving a budget increase from unforeseen federal funds, the director of the state budget division shall advise the legislative finance committee as to the source of the federal funds and the source and amount of any matching funds required.


J. For fiscal year 2003, the number of permanent and term full-time-equivalent positions specified for each agency shows the maximum number of employees intended by the legislature for that agency, unless another provision of the General Appropriation Act of 2002 or another act of the second session or the first extraordinary session of the forty-fifth legislature provides for additional employees.

K. Except for gasoline credit cards used solely for operation of official vehicles and telephone credit cards used solely for official business, none of the appropriations contained in the General Appropriation Act of 2002 may be expended for payment of credit card invoices.

L. To prevent unnecessary spending, expenditures from the General Appropriation Act of 2002 for gasoline for state‑owned vehicles at public gasoline service stations shall be made only for self‑service gasoline; provided that a state agency head may provide exceptions from the requirement to accommodate disabled persons or for other reasons the public interest may require.

M. When approving operating budgets based on appropriations in the General Appropriation Act of 2002, the state budget division is specifically authorized to approve only those budgets that are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the purpose of properly classifying other financing sources and uses, including interfund, intrafund and interagency transfers.


Section 4. FISCAL YEAR 2003 APPROPRIATIONS.--Under guidelines developed by the state budget division, in consultation with the legislative finance committee, each agency for which performance measures are established in this section shall file a report with the state budget division and the legislative finance committee analyzing the agency's performance relative to the performance measures and targets in this section. The reports shall be submitted quarterly for certain performance measures and after the end of fiscal year 2003 for the remaining measures. The state budget division, in consultation with the legislative finance committee, shall develop a list of key performance measures for quarterly reporting. The reports shall compare actual performance for the report period with targeted performance based on the level of funding appropriated. In developing guidelines for the submission of agency performance reports, the state budget division, in consultation with the legislative finance committee, shall establish standards for the reporting of variances between actual and targeted performance levels. The quarterly and year-end reports for the period ending June 30, 2003, shall be filed with the state budget division and the legislative finance committee on or before September 1, 2003.

It is the intent of the legislature to continue to improve implementation of the Accountability in Government Act by emphasizing measures that are meaningful to the public and measures that cross agency lines by including them in the General Appropriation Act of 2002. The legislature expects implementation of the Accountability in Government Act to improve as additional agencies submit performance-based budget requests and as agencies, the department of finance and administration and the legislative finance committee continue to cooperate on the development of programs, performance measures and targets. For those agencies that have already submitted performance-based-program budgets, the legislature expects continued refinement of measures to improve their consistency, reliability and relevance, and continued emphasis on defining and measuring the constituent activities of a program.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, each of the program measures and the associated targets contained in this section reflect performance to be achieved for fiscal year 2003. In cases where there are no targets for output, outcome, efficiency or quality measures, agencies are expected to develop baseline data for fiscal year 2003 and to propose targets when submitting budget requests for fiscal year 2004.

In concert with the annual agency strategic planning process required by the state budget

division, the state budget division shall require the state agency on aging, human services department, labor department, department of health, and the children, youth and families department to coordinate their strategic plans, including internal and external assessments and development of programs and performance measures.

A. LEGISLATIVE


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL SERVICE:

(1) Legislative maintenance department:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,873.3 1,873.3

(b) Contractual services 100.2 100.2

(c) Other 905.1 905.1

(d) Other financing uses 1.2 1.2

Authorized FTE: 45.00 Permanent; 3.00 Temporary

(2) Energy council dues:

Appropriations: 32.0 32.0

(3) Legislative retirement:

Appropriations: 226.0 226.0

Subtotal 3,137.8

TOTAL LEGISLATIVE 3,137.8 3,137.8

B. JUDICIAL

SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 498.1 498.1

(b) Contractual services 318.8 318.8

(c) Other 529.0 529.0

(d) Other financing uses .1 .1

Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent

Subtotal 1,346.0


NEW MEXICO COMPILATION COMMISSION:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 162.9 162.9

(b) Contractual services 915.0 40.0 955.0

(c) Other 131.6 38.0 169.6

(d) Other financing uses .1 .1

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

Subtotal 1,287.6

JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 265.2 265.2

(b) Contractual services 23.6 23.6

(c) Other 88.1 88.1

(d) Other financing uses .1 .1

Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent

Subtotal 377.0

COURT OF APPEALS:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 3,913.7 3,913.7

(b) Contractual services 89.4 89.4

(c) Other 333.8 333.8

(d) Other financing uses 1.2 1.2


Authorized FTE: 58.00 Permanent

Subtotal 4,338.1

SUPREME COURT:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,862.3 1,862.3

(b) Contractual services 125.2 125.2

(c) Other 168.4 168.4

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6

Authorized FTE: 29.00 Permanent

Subtotal 2,156.5

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS:

(1) Administrative support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,716.0 1,716.0

(b) Contractual services 3,361.7 3,361.7

(c) Other 3,228.1 650.0 3,878.1

(d) Other financing uses 1,269.5 1,269.5

Authorized FTE: 27.50 Permanent; 1.50 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Quality: Percent of magistrate court financial reports submitted to


fiscal services division and reconciled on a monthly basis 100%

(b) Outcome: Percent of jury summons successfully executed 90%

(c) Output: Average cost per juror $250

(d) Output: Number of attorneys contracted by the court-appointed

attorney fee fund 30

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

and neglect cases 3,500

(f) Output: Number of monthly supervised child visitations per district 35

(g) Output: Number of cases to which court-appointed special advocate

volunteers are assigned 1,275

(2) Statewide judiciary automation:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,366.4 1,800.0 3,166.4

(b) Contractual services 25.0 188.6 213.6

(c) Other 3,351.1 3,351.1

(d) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0

Authorized FTE: 35.50 Permanent; 11.00 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Quality: Percent reduction in number of complaints received from

judicial agencies regarding the case management database

and network 25%


(b) Quality: Percent of DWI court reports accurate 98%

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

in minutes 30

(d) Output: Number of help desk calls for assistance provided to the

judiciary 6,050

(3) Warrant enforcement:

The purpose of the warrant enforcement program is to enforce outstanding bench warrants and to collect outstanding fines, fees and costs in the magistrate courts so they may uphold judicial integrity.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,314.1 1,314.1

(b) Contractual services 17.0 17.0

(c) Other 225.5 225.5

(d) Other financing uses .8 .8

Authorized FTE: 42.00 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Total number bench warrants issued 38,000

(b) Outcome: Amount of bench warrant revenue collected annually, in

millions $1.4

(c) Output: Number of cases in which bench warrant fees are collected 9,000

(4) Magistrate courts:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 12,025.7 500.0 12,525.7

(b) Contractual services 55.1 55.1


(c) Other 3,950.8 3,950.8

(d) Other financing uses 5.1 5.1

Authorized FTE: 258.00 Permanent; 14.00 Term

Subtotal 35,051.5

SUPREME COURT BUILDING COMMISSION:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 396.0 396.0

(b) Contractual services 82.9 82.9

(c) Other 157.1 157.1

(d) Other financing uses .3 .3

Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent

Subtotal 636.3

DISTRICT COURTS:

(1) First judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 3,617.2 114.3 170.3 3,901.8

(b) Contractual services 380.1 26.8 96.9 503.8

(c) Other 302.1 124.9 15.5 442.5

(d) Other financing uses 2.0 1.0 3.0

Authorized FTE: 65.50 Permanent; 5.50 Term

(2) Second judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and


employee benefits 14,030.1 520.6 457.0 15,007.7

(b) Contractual services 228.8 26.9 2.7 258.4

(c) Other 1,247.5 111.4 53.6 1,412.5

(d) Other financing uses 5.4 .2 .2 5.8

Authorized FTE: 270.50 Permanent; 16.00 Term

(3) Third judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,848.6 40.6 248.4 3,137.6

(b) Contractual services 555.2 28.5 139.9 723.6

(c) Other 225.4 11.9 49.7 287.0

Authorized FTE: 53.00 Permanent; 8.00 Term

The general fund appropriation to the third judicial district of the district courts in the personal services and employee benefits and the other categories includes seventy-four thousand dollars ($74,000) for a permanent grant accountant position.

(4) Fourth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 919.8 919.8

(b) Contractual services 2.5 14.7 17.2

(c) Other 94.0 94.0

(d) Other financing uses 35.4 35.4

Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent

(5) Fifth judicial district:

Appropriations:


(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 3,302.6 3,302.6

(b) Contractual services 183.2 57.0 322.9 563.1

(c) Other 371.5 3.0 374.5

(d) Other financing uses 1.3 1.3

Authorized FTE: 63.50 Permanent

(6) Sixth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,009.8 50.1 1,059.9

(b) Contractual services 197.0 47.5 90.0 334.5

(c) Other 143.9 19.9 163.8

(d) Other financing uses .4 .4

Authorized FTE: 20.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

(7) Seventh judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,198.6 1,198.6

(b) Contractual services 63.4 10.0 73.4

(c) Other 151.0 151.0

(d) Other financing uses .5 .5

Authorized FTE: 23.50 Permanent

(8) Eighth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and


employee benefits 1,192.7 1,192.7

(b) Contractual services 338.2 30.0 75.6 443.8

(c) Other 141.2 141.2

(d) Other financing uses .4 .4

Authorized FTE: 21.50 Permanent

(9) Ninth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,406.3 245.6 1,651.9

(b) Contractual services 137.0 23.5 123.4 283.9

(c) Other 239.5 1.5 28.2 269.2

(d) Other financing uses .5 .5

Authorized FTE: 24.50 Permanent; 3.50 Term

(10) Tenth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 483.2 483.2

(b) Contractual services 6.8 2.7 9.5

(c) Other 67.9 67.9

(d) Other financing uses 15.2 15.2

Authorized FTE: 9.10 Permanent

(11) Eleventh judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,609.7 2,609.7


(b) Contractual services 166.7 50.4 92.5 202.0 511.6

(c) Other 338.2 10.6 64.2 413.0

(d) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0

Authorized FTE: 51.00 Permanent; 3.00 Term

(12) Twelfth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,556.6 67.6 1,624.2

(b) Contractual services 28.1 26.5 75.6 151.4 281.6

(c) Other 184.9 13.0 33.1 231.0

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6

Authorized FTE: 29.50 Permanent; 1.00 Term

(13) Thirteenth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,226.1 2,226.1

(b) Contractual services 46.2 51.0 60.0 157.2

(c) Other 254.1 4.0 258.1

(d) Other financing uses .8 .8

Authorized FTE: 43.00 Permanent

Subtotal 46,848.0

BERNALILLO METROPOLITAN COURT:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 11,076.2 1,765.3 12,841.5


(b) Contractual services 1,144.5 373.0 1,517.5

(c) Other 1,903.7 351.2 2,254.9

(d) Other financing uses 5.0 5.0

Authorized FTE: 238.00 Permanent; 43.00 Term; 1.50 Temporary

Subtotal 16,618.9

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:

(1) First judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,816.6 91.8 96.9 3,005.3

(b) Contractual services 20.3 21.3 41.6

(c) Other 189.4 10.0 199.4

Authorized FTE: 53.50 Permanent; 4.50 Term

(2) Second judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 11,318.0 620.6 216.8 12,155.4

(b) Contractual services 90.7 90.7

(c) Other 1,046.4 1,046.4

(d) Other financing uses 4.5 4.5

Authorized FTE: 231.00 Permanent; 26.00 Term

(3) Third judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,476.7 443.4 2,920.1


(b) Contractual services 31.1 31.1

(c) Other 197.9 12.8 210.7

(d) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0

Authorized FTE: 45.50 Permanent; 10.00 Term

(4) Fourth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,695.1 73.0 98.8 1,866.9

(b) Contractual services 51.0 51.0

(c) Other 205.7 205.7

(d) Other financing uses 4.4 4.4

Authorized FTE: 31.50 Permanent; 3.30 Term

(5) Fifth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,428.5 32.1 94.6 2,555.2

(b) Contractual services 62.0 62.0

(c) Other 318.1 1.5 319.6

(d) Other financing uses .9 .9

Authorized FTE: 48.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term

(6) Sixth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,284.5 284.4 124.4 1,693.3

(b) Contractual services 55.6 55.6


(c) Other 118.8 4.2 6.7 129.7

(d) Other financing uses .7 .7

Authorized FTE: 23.00 Permanent; 8.00 Term

(7) Seventh judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,500.6 1,500.6

(b) Contractual services 49.0 49.0

(c) Other 142.7 142.7

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6

Authorized FTE: 30.00 Permanent

(8) Eighth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,670.2 1,670.2

(b) Contractual services 12.9 12.9

(c) Other 225.8 225.8

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6

Authorized FTE: 29.00 Permanent

(9) Ninth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,556.7 1,556.7

(b) Contractual services 3.2 4.0 7.2

(c) Other 166.9 12.3 179.2


(d) Other financing uses .7 .7

Authorized FTE: 30.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

(10) Tenth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 593.7 593.7

(b) Contractual services 2.3 2.3

(c) Other 60.8 60.8

(d) Other financing uses .2 .2

Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent

(11) Eleventh judicial districtFarmington office:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,003.0 152.2 48.1 2,203.3

(b) Contractual services 5.5 5.5

(c) Other 128.7 3.7 13.5 145.9

(d) Other financing uses 1.0 1.0

Authorized FTE: 44.00 Permanent; 3.80 Term

(12) Eleventh judicial districtGallup office:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,313.0 88.0 1,401.0

(b) Contractual services 6.0 6.0

(c) Other 103.3 103.3

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6


Authorized FTE: 27.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

(13) Twelfth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,729.1 304.0 2,033.1

(b) Contractual services 4.9 6.4 11.3

(c) Other 196.8 24.6 221.4

(d) Other financing uses .8 .8

Authorized FTE: 34.50 Permanent; 6.50 Term

(14) Thirteenth judicial district:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,186.9 2,186.9

(b) Contractual services 29.5 29.5

(c) Other 204.4 204.4

(d) Other financing uses .9 .9

Authorized FTE: 47.50 Permanent

Subtotal 41,209.3

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 489.1 489.1

(b) Contractual services 3.6 3.6

(c) Other 379.0 220.0 599.0

(d) Other financing uses .2 .2


Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent

The general fund appropriations to the administrative office of the district attorneys are contingent on the district attorneys association developing a strategic plan and an annual action plan by September 1, 2002.

Subtotal 1,091.9

TOTAL JUDICIAL 131,737.0 13,439.8 3,687.5 2,096.8 150,961.1

C. GENERAL CONTROL

ATTORNEY GENERAL:

(1) Legal services:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 9,380.2 48.0 9,428.2

(b) Contractual services 466.8 466.8

(c) Other 365.4 900.7 1,266.1

(d) Other financing uses 2.6 2.6

Authorized FTE: 141.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the legal services program of the attorney general include forty-eight thousand dollars ($48,000) from the medicaid fraud program.

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


The other state funds appropriation to the legal services program of the attorney general includes nine hundred thousand seven hundred dollars ($900,700) from the consumer settlement fund.

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Number of crime victims receiving information and advocacy 305

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

general opinions made within three days 100%

(2) Medicaid fraud:

The purpose of the medicaid fraud division program is to detect, investigate, audit and prosecute medicaid provider fraud and medicaid facility resident abuse and neglect.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 235.1 677.4 912.5

(b) Contractual services 5.7 16.3 22.0

(c) Other 39.8 114.6 154.4

(d) Other financing uses 33.5 33.5

Authorized FTE: 13.00 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Ratio of total medicaid fraud division recoveries per year

to medicaid fraud division state general funds 2:1

(3) Guardianship services:

The purpose of the guardianship services program is to provide court-appointed guardianship, conservatorship and other surrogate decision-making services to incapacitated income and resource-eligible adults through contracts with private, community-based entities statewide.

Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 1,867.0 1,867.0


The general fund appropriation to the guardianship services program of the attorney general in the contractual services category includes one million eight hundred sixty-seven thousand dollars ($1,867,000) to be used to contract out all duties, including management and oversight, necessary to ensure that quality guardianship services are provided. All contracts issued under this program are contingent upon the approval of joint protocol, pursuant to the provisions of Section 24-1-5 NMSA 1978. Quarterly reports, to be defined by contract, will be provided to all interested parties.

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average cost per client $2,675

Subtotal 14,153.1

STATE AUDITOR:

The purpose of the state auditor program is to meet its constitutional responsibilities by auditing the financial affairs of every agency annually so they can improve accountability and performance and assure the citizens of New Mexico that they are expending funds properly.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,712.5 248.0 1,960.5

(b) Contractual services 110.3 110.3

(c) Other 197.6 213.1 410.7

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6

Authorized FTE: 30.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of audits complete by regulatory due date 70%

(b) Efficiency: Percent of agency auditor selection requests processed

within five days of receipt 90%

Subtotal 2,482.1


TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT:

(1) Tax Administration Act:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 16,331.5 278.0 893.4 17,502.9

(b) Contractual services 304.0 304.0

(c) Other 4,731.7 387.7 176.6 5,296.0

Authorized FTE: 400.00 Permanent; 17.00 Term; 31.70 Temporary

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Number of federal oil and gas audits performed 30

(b) Output: Number of field audits performed for corporate income tax

and combined reporting system 376

(c) Outcome: Number of dollars assessed as a result of audits, in

millions $37

(d) Output: Number of electronically filed returns processed 250,000

(e) Outcome: Percent of assessment payments collected compared with the

uncollected balance 17%

(f) Efficiency: Average cost per audit

(g) Explanatory: Percent of auditor positions filled per month compared with

approved FTE 90%

(h) Output: Number of international fuel tax agreement and

international rate program audits conducted 240


(2) Motor vehicle:

The purpose of the motor vehicle program is to register, title and license commercial and noncommercial vehicles, boats and motor vehicle dealers and to ensure commercial and noncommercial motor vehicle operators comply with the Motor Vehicle Code, Code of Federal Regulations and other mandates.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 9,615.9 532.0 10,147.9

(b) Contractual services 175.4 1,790.6 1,966.0

(c) Other 1,522.6 1,263.0 2,785.6

Authorized FTE: 273.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term; 4.00 Temporary

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of registered vehicles having liability insurance 80%

(b) Output: Number of transactions completed through mail and

electronic means 35,750

(c) Output: Number of eight-year drivers' licenses issued 125,781

(d) Efficiency: Average wait time in high-volume field offices, in minutes 15

(e) Efficiency: Average number of days to post a DWI citation to a driver's

record 15

(3) Property tax:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 885.8 1,129.4 2,015.2

(b) Contractual services 38.4 127.8 166.2


(c) Other 133.0 551.1 684.1

Authorized FTE: 44.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Number of appraisals or valuations for corporations

conducting business within the state 435

(b) Outcome: Percent of resolved accounts resulting from delinquent

property tax sales 70%

(c) Outcome: Number of counties achieving an eighty-five percent minimum

of assessed value to sales price 28

(4) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 11,576.5 178.1 317.1 12,071.7

(b) Contractual services 580.2 440.0 186.2 1,206.4

(c) Other 7,421.9 600.0 169.2 8,191.1

(d) Other financing uses 18.2 18.2

Authorized FTE: 210.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term

The appropriations to program support of the taxation and revenue department are contingent on the reinstatement and full implementation of the personal income tax tape match project beginning with tax year 1999 by March 1, 2002.


Subtotal 62,355.3

STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:

(1) State investment:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,777.4 1,777.4

(b) Contractual services 22,254.7 22,254.7

(c) Other 503.4 503.4

(d) Other financing uses 1,150.5 1,150.5

Authorized FTE: 23.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriation to the state investment council in the other financing uses category includes one million one hundred fifty thousand five hundred dollars ($1,150,500) for payment of custody services associated with the fiscal agent contract to the state board of finance upon monthly assessments. Unexpended or unencumbered balances from this appropriation remaining in the state board of finance at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall revert to the state investment council.

The other state funds appropriation to the state investment council in the contractual services category includes twenty-two million ninety thousand six hundred dollars ($22,090,600) to be used only for money manager fees.

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of basis points that the annual investment

performance of the state's permanent funds will outperform

benchmarks established by the state investment council 25


(b) Outcome: Investment returns of the state's permanent funds as

compared to the composite benchmark returns for the

portfolio +/-2.5%

(c) Efficiency: Annual cost of administrative fund as a percent of funds

under management 0.55%

(d) Output: Number of new companies invested in by the New Mexico

private equity fund 5

Subtotal 25,686.0

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION:

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

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,186.4 2,186.4

(b) Contractual services 105.5 105.5

(c) Other 167.2 167.2

(d) Other financing uses 3.0 3.0

Authorized FTE: 31.80 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of general fund reserve levels of recurring

appropriations in the executive budget recommendation 8%


(b) Outcome: Error rate for eighteen-month general fund revenue forecast 3%

(c) Outcome: Percent of state budget division's Accountability in

Government Act statutory deadlines met 100%

(d) Outcome: Average number of days to approve or disapprove budget

adjustment requests 5

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

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,492.8 405.6 553.1 2,451.5

(b) Contractual services 25.2 25.5 37.3 88.0

(c) Other 103.7 63.9 114.6 282.2

Authorized FTE: 26.50 Permanent; 16.50 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Percent of community development block grant closeout

letters issued within forty-five days of review of final

report 65%

(b) Output: Percent of capital outlay projects closed within the

original reversion date 60%

(3) Fiscal management and oversight:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,679.7 2,679.7

(b) Contractual services 366.1 366.1

(c) Other 1,342.8 1,342.8

Authorized FTE: 51.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Quality: Average number of business days required to process payments 5

(b) Output: Percent of time the central payroll system is operational 100%

(c) Output: Percent of time the central accounting system is operational 95%

(4) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,098.4 1,098.4

(b) Contractual services 70.0 70.0

(c) Other 113.9 113.9

Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of employee files that contain final performance


appraisal development plans completed by employees'

anniversary dates 95%

(b) Output: Percent of department fund accounts that are reconciled

within two months following the closing of each month 100%

(5) Dues and membership fees/special appropriations:

Appropriations:

(a) Council of state governments 77.5 77.5

(b) Western interstate commission

for higher education 103.0 103.0

(c) Education commission of the

states 51.7 51.7

(d) Rocky mountain corporation

for public broadcasting 13.1 13.1

(e) National association of

state budget officers 9.6 9.6

(f) National conference of state

legislatures 96.3 96.3

(g) Western governors'

association 36.0 36.0

(h) Cumbres and Toltec scenic

railroad commission 10.0 10.0

(i) Commission on

intergovernmental relations 6.6 6.6

(j) Governmental accounting

standards board 20.7 20.7


(k) National center for state

courts 76.6 76.6

(l) National governors'

association 56.2 56.2

(m) Citizens review board 310.0 108.6 418.6

(n) Emergency water fund 45.0 45.0

(o) Fiscal agent contract 900.0 2,757.2 3,657.2

(p) New Mexico water resources

association 6.6 6.6

(q) Enhanced emergency 911 fund 1,100.0 2,900.0 4,000.0

(r) Emergency 911 income 4,000.0 4,000.0

(s) Emergency 911 reserve 520.0 520.0

(t) Community development

programs 20,000.0 20,000.0

(u) New Mexico community

assistance program 251.1 251.1

(v) Emergency 911 database

network surcharge 8,000.0 400.0 8,400.0

(w) State planning districts 375.0 375.0

(x) Emergency 911 principal

and interest 35.0 731.0 766.0

(y) State treasurer's audit 52.0 52.0

(z) Mentoring program 895.0 895.0

(aa) Wireless enhanced 911 fund 2,010.0 2,010.0

(bb) Civil legal services fund 1,505.0 1,505.0


(cc) DWI grants 17,800.0 200.0 18,000.0

(dd) Leasehold community

assistance 143.0 143.0

(ee) Acequia and community ditch

program 30.0 30.0

(ff) School-to-work program 1,500.0 1,500.0

Upon certification by the state board of finance pursuant to Section 6-1-2 NMSA 1978 that a critical emergency exists that cannot be addressed by disaster declaration or other emergency or contingency funds, and upon review by the legislative finance committee, the secretary of the department of finance and administration is authorized to transfer from the general fund operating reserve to the state board of finance emergency fund the amount necessary to meet the emergency. Such transfers shall not exceed an aggregate amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) in fiscal year 2003. Repayments of emergency loans made pursuant to this paragraph shall be deposited in the state board of finance emergency fund pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-1-5 NMSA 1978; provided that, after the total amounts deposited in fiscal year 2003 exceed two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000), then any additional repayments shall be transferred to the general fund.

Subtotal 78,086.5

PUBLIC SCHOOL INSURANCE AUTHORITY:

(1) Benefits:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 165,643.3 165,643.3

(b) Other financing uses 507.9 507.9


Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of participants receiving recommended preventive

care 60%

(b) Efficiency: Percent variance of medical premium change between the

public school insurance authority and industry average </=3%

(c) Efficiency: Percent variance of dental premium change between the

public school insurance authority and industry average </=3%

(d) Quality: Percent of employees expressing satisfaction with the group

health benefits 76%

(2) Risk:

The purpose of the risk program is to provide economical comprehensive property, liability and workers compensation programs to educational entities to protect them from injury and loss.

Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 26,459.0 26,459.0

(b) Other financing uses 507.9 507.9

Performance Measures:

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

the public school insurance authority and industry average </=8%

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

between the public school insurance authority and industry

average </=8%

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

the public school insurance authority and industry average </=8%

(d) Outcome: Number of workers' compensation claims in area of ergonomics 486

(3) Program support:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 612.7 612.7

(b) Contractual services 163.7 163.7

(c) Other 202.4 202.4

(d) Other financing uses .3 .3

Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Efficiency: Percent of employee files that contain performance

appraisal development plans that were completed by employee

anniversary date 95%

(b) Efficiency: Satisfaction rating of administrative services provided to

all programs 80%

Subtotal 194,097.2

RETIREE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY:

(1) Health care benefits administration:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 122,168.7 122,168.7

(b) Other financing uses 2,462.0 2,462.0


Performance Measures:

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

(b) Outcome: Total revenue generated, in millions $116.9

(c) Efficiency: Total revenue credited to the reserve fund $0

(d) Efficiency: Total health care benefits program claims paid, in millions $123.2

(e) Efficiency: Per participant claim cost -- non-medicare eligible $375

(f) Efficiency: Per participant claim cost -- medicare eligible $207

(g) Efficiency: Percent of medical plan premium subsidy 44%

(2) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 933.8 933.8

(b) Contractual services 796.5 796.5

(c) Other 731.3 731.3

(d) Other financing uses .4 .4

Authorized FTE: 18.00 Permanent

Unexpended or unencumbered balances in program support of the retiree health care authority remaining at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall revert to the benefits program.

Subtotal 127,092.7

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT:

(1) Employee group health benefits:

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


Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 11,570.0 11,570.0

(b) Other 121,700.0 121,700.0

(c) Other financing uses 811.7 811.7

Performance Measures:

(a) Quality: Percent of employees expressing satisfaction with the group

health benefits 80%

(b) Efficiency: Percent change in medical premium compared to the industry

average </=3%

(c) Efficiency: Percent change in dental premium compared to the industry

average </=3%

(d) Output: Number of covered lives in the triple option

point-of-service plan 11,000

(e) Output: Number of covered lives in the dual option point-of-service

plan 11,000

(f) Output: Number of covered lives in the health maintenance

organization plan 27,000

(2) Risk management:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,809.3 2,809.3


(b) Contractual services 515.0 515.0

(c) Other 750.0 750.0

(d) Other financing uses 397.6 397.6

Authorized FTE: 51.00 Permanent

(3) Risk management funds:

Appropriations:

(a) Public liability 39,497.5 39,497.5

(b) Surety bond 125.5 125.5

(c) Public property reserve 3,990.3 3,990.3

(d) Local public bodies

unemployment compensation 696.4 696.4

(e) Workers' compensation

retention 11,307.5 11,307.5

(f) State unemployment

compensation 3,830.6 3,830.6

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent decrease of state government and local public

bodies workers' compensation claims compared with all

workers' compensation claims 6%

(b) Quality: Percent of workers' compensation benefits recipients rating

the risk management program's claims processing services

"satisfied" or better 20%

(c) Efficiency: Public property claims costs, in millions $4

(d) Output: Percent of workers' compensation claims generated

electronically 90%


(4) Information technology:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 13,871.6 13,871.6

(b) Contractual services 8,929.3 8,929.3

(c) Other 18,364.8 18,364.8

(d) Other financing uses 1,866.6 1,866.6

Authorized FTE: 235.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Efficiency: Total information processing operating expenditures as a

percentage of revenue 100%

(b) Efficiency: Total communications operating expenditures as a percentage

of revenue 100%

(c) Quality: Customer satisfaction with information technology services

on a scale of one to five with one being the lowest 4

(d) Efficiency: Total printing operating expenditures as a percentage of

revenue 100%

(e) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with data and voice

communication network 85%

(f) Outcome: Percent of customers satisfied with human resource system

data processing 85%

(g) Efficiency: Total hours of central information processing 113,937


(5) Business office space management and maintenance services:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 4,864.1 15.6 4,879.7

(b) Contractual services 60.5 60.5

(c) Other 3,875.2 370.9 4,246.1

(d) Other financing uses 322.5 322.5

Authorized FTE: 140.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with custodial and

maintenance services, as measured by an annual survey 90%

(b) Outcome: Number of days to process lease requests 140

(c) Output: Number of scheduled preventive maintenance tasks 5,300

(d) Efficiency: Operating costs per square foot in Santa Fe for state-owned

buildings $5.14

(e) Efficiency: Percent increase in average cost per square foot of both

leased and owned office space in Santa Fe 0%

(f) Efficiency: Percent of contractor pay requests approved within seven

working days 95%

(6) Transportation services:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 214.5 1,254.7 1,469.2

(b) Contractual services 2.7 108.2 110.9

(c) Other 340.5 8,536.4 8,876.9

(d) Other financing uses 24.2 2,608.2 2,632.4

Authorized FTE: 33.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with lease services 80%

(b) Efficiency: Percent of vehicle lease revenue to expenditures 100%

(c) Efficiency: Percent of aircraft revenues to expenditures 100%

(d) Explanatory: Percent of short-term vehicle utilization 80%

(e) Efficiency: Comparison of lease rates to other public vehicle fleet

rates </=3%

(f) Output: Number of state-owned passenger vehicles leased to state

agencies 2,344

(7) Procurement services:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,068.9 232.8 181.3 1,483.0

(b) Contractual services 50.0 50.0


(c) Other 210.2 94.8 64.3 369.3

(d) Other financing uses 110.0 55.8 .1 165.9

Authorized FTE: 25.00 Permanent; 6.00 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Efficiency: Average cycle-completion times for construction projects,

in days 90

(b) Efficiency: Average cycle-completion times for small purchases, in days 15

(c) Efficiency: Average cycle-completion times for tangible products and

services, in days 45

(d) Quality: Percent of customers satisfied with procurement services 85%

(e) Output: Percent increase in small business clients 10%

(f) Efficiency: Average cycle-completion times for information technology

projects, in days 90

(8) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,675.8 2,675.8

(b) Contractual services 1,712.1 1,712.1

(c) Other 584.8 584.8

(d) Other financing uses 512.9 512.9

Authorized FTE: 47.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Efficiency: Satisfaction rating of administrative services provided to

all divisions 80%


(b) Outcome: Number of prior-year audit findings that reoccur 0

(c) Efficiency: Percent of employee files that contain performance

appraisal development plans that were completed by employee

anniversary date 98%

Subtotal 271,185.7

EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT BOARD:

(1) Educational retirement:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,239.9 2,239.9

(b) Contractual services 5,252.0 5,252.0

(c) Other 1,054.0 1,054.0

Authorized FTE: 48.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement board in the contractual services category includes four million nine hundred forty-five thousand five hundred dollars ($4,945,500) to be used only for investment manager fees.

The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement board in the other category includes two hundred fifty-two thousand dollars ($252,000) for payment of custody services associated with the fiscal agent contract to the state board of finance upon monthly assessments. Unexpended or unencumbered balances from this appropriation remaining in the state board of finance at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall revert to the educational retirement board fund.

Performance Measures:

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


years <=30

(b) Outcome: Ranking for one-year annualized total fund return as

recognized by Wilshire Associates Public Fund Universe 25%

Subtotal 8,545.9

CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 275.0 275.0

(b) Other

(c) Other financing uses

Subtotal 275.0

PUBLIC DEFENDER DEPARTMENT:

(1) Criminal legal services:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 15,787.8 15,787.8

(b) Contractual services 8,425.1 415.2 8,840.3


(c) Other 4,441.8 173.0 4,614.8

(d) Other financing uses 6.2 6.2

Authorized FTE: 314.00 Permanent

Unexpended or unencumbered balances from the general fund appropriation remaining in the public defender department at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall not revert.

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of final appellate court holdings that found

department attorneys provided ineffective assistance of

counsel in felony cases 0

(b) Output: Average number of contacts with felony clients, on a

monthly basis, by designated team members 4,100

(c) Output: Percent of professional staff that received their required

yearly continuing education credits from the department 50%

(d) Quality: Number of alternative sentencing treatment placements for

felony and juvenile clients 3,570

Subtotal 29,249.1

GOVERNOR:

(1) Executive management and leadership:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,676.9 1,676.9


(b) Contractual services 55.0 55.0

(c) Other 332.0 332.0

(d) Other financing uses .6 .6

Authorized FTE: 27.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: General fund reserve level as a percent of recurring

appropriations in the governor's budget recommendation 8%

(b) Output: Number of days to appoint individuals to board and

commission positions 21

(c) Output: Number of days to answer constituent requests for

information or refer information requests to the proper

entity 10

(d) Output: Number of days to respond to requests for pardons 21

(e) Output: Number of cabinet meetings held per month 2

Subtotal 2,064.5

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 382.8 382.8

(b) Contractual services 3.8 3.8

(c) Other 60.9 60.9

(d) Other financing uses .2 .2

Authorized FTE: 6.00 Permanent

The general fund appropriation to the lieutenant governor includes twenty-six thousand seven hundred dollars ($26,700) for the acting governor's compensation fund.


Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of constituent inquiries referred to the

appropriate state agency within forty-eight business hours

of receipt 90%

(b) Output: Number of monthly constituent tracking reports produced for

the governor on constituent services activities 12

Subtotal 447.7

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT OFFICE:

(1) Information technology management:

The purpose of the information technology management program is to provide information technology strategic planning, oversight and consulting services to New Mexico state agencies so they can provide improved services to New Mexico citizens.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 651.8 651.8

(b) Contractual services 20.4 20.4

(c) Other 99.6 99.6

(d) Other financing uses .2 .2

Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of information technology projects audited by staff 65%

(b) Outcome: Percent of agencies in compliance with state information

technology strategic plan 35%

Subtotal 772.0

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION:


(1) Pension administration:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 3,769.5 3,769.5

(b) Contractual services 17,170.7 17,170.7

(c) Other 1,975.8 1,975.8

(d) Other financing uses 1,300.4 1,300.4

Authorized FTE: 82.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriation to the public employees retirement association in the contractual services category includes sixteen million five hundred six thousand dollars ($16,506,000) to be used only for investment manager fees.

The other state funds appropriation to the public employees retirement association in the other financing uses category includes one million three hundred thousand dollars ($1,300,000) for payment of custody services associated with the fiscal agent contract to the state board of finance upon monthly assessments. Any unexpended or unencumbered balance from this appropriation remaining in the state board of finance at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall revert to the public employees retirement association income fund.

Subtotal 24,216.4

STATE COMMISSION OF PUBLIC RECORDS:

(1) Records, information and archival management:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,641.9 44.0 2.6 1,688.5

(b) Contractual services 25.0 5.0 30.0

(c) Other 272.3 126.9 6.4 405.6

(d) Other financing uses .7 .7

Authorized FTE: 34.50 Permanent; 1.50 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of annual strategic action plan items achieved or

on schedule 60%

(b) Outcome: Percent of requests for access to public records in its

custody that the commission is able to satisfy 98%

(c) Outcome: Percent of state agencies with current records retention

and disposition schedules 57%

(d) Outcome: Number of days to make filed rules available on line 60

(e) Output: Number of rules and notices of rulemaking filed with the

commission and published in the New Mexico register in

compliance with the State Rules Act 1,300

(f) Outcome: Percent of all projects for the New Mexico historical

records grant program that are achieving stated objectives 90%

Subtotal 2,124.8

SECRETARY OF STATE:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,718.6 1,718.6

(b) Contractual services 106.3 106.3

(c) Other 1,050.5 1,050.5

(d) Other financing uses .8 .8

Authorized FTE: 38.00 Permanent; 1.00 Temporary

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Response time for user requests or complaints relating to

registered voters, voting rights, financial disclosures,

campaign finance, financial institution loans and general

code of conduct issues, in hours 36

(b) Outcome: Number of new registered voters 45,000

(c) Output: Number of spanish/english constitutional voter guides

distributed to county clerks and voters 110,000

Subtotal 2,876.2

PERSONNEL BOARD:

(1) Human resource management:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 3,262.1 3,262.1

(b) Contractual services 49.2 40.0 89.2

(c) Other 398.7 44.0 442.7

(d) Other financing uses 1.3 1.3

Authorized FTE: 67.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriations to the personnel board include eighty-four thousand dollars ($84,000) from the state employees career development conference fund. Unexpended or unencumbered balances remaining in the state employees career development conference fund at the end of fiscal year 2003 shall not revert to the general fund.

Performance Measures:

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

comparator market, based on legislative approval 95%

(b) Outcome: Percent of managers and supervisors completing

board-required training as a percent of total manager and

supervisor category employees 90%

(c) Output: Percent of agency-specific human resource audit

expectations rectified within six months of discovery 30%

(d) Output: Average number of days required to produce quality

employment lists 15

(e) Quality: Percent of hiring officials satisfied with state personnel

office's employment lists 90%

Subtotal 3,795.3


STATE TREASURER:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,472.7 35.5 2,508.2

(b) Contractual services 74.0 74.0

(c) Other 593.9 593.9

Authorized FTE: 48.50 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of investments with a return rate that exceeds the

overnight rate 100%

(b) Outcome: Percent of interest allocation amounts for interest account

balances provided to agencies within thirty days of the

department of finance and administration closing its books 100%

(c) Output: Percent of state agency depository accounts authorized in

financial institutions 100%

(d) Output: Percent of federal Cash Management Improvement Act audits

performed to maximize cash flow 100%

(e) Output: Percent of cash-to-books reconciliation items processed and

adjusted to the agency fund balance within thirty days of

closing from the department of finance and administration 100%

Subtotal 3,176.1

TOTAL GENERAL CONTROL 135,768.7 227,584.1 464,921.8 24,407.0 852,681.6


D. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ARCHITECTS:

(1) Architectural registration:

The purpose of the architectural registration program is to protect the public by ensuring registered architects are qualified to practice architecture.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 205.0 205.0

(b) Contractual services 10.5 10.5

(c) Other 92.7 92.7

(d) Other financing uses 1.5 1.5

Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent

Subtotal 309.7

BORDER AUTHORITY:

(1) Border development:

The purpose of the border development program is to provide leadership in the development of the state's international ports of entry, advise the governor and the New Mexico finance authority oversight committee and serve as the point of contact for those interested in opportunities at the ports to facilitate new infrastructure, trade opportunities, expanded job opportunities, jobs training capabilities and all other activities that will contribute to development of a productive economy within the New Mexico border region.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 138.0 42.1 180.1

(b) Contractual services 12.1 12.1


(c) Other 54.5 54.5

(d) Other financing uses .1 .1

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Commercial and noncommercial vehicular port traffic at New

Mexico ports 626,307

Subtotal 246.8

TOURISM DEPARTMENT:

(1) Marketing:

The purpose of the marketing program is to create and maintain an "image" or "brand" for the state of New Mexico and influence in-state, domestic and international markets to directly affect the positive growth and development of New Mexico as a top tourism destination so New Mexico may increase its tourism market share.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,103.4 1,103.4

(b) Contractual services 156.6 156.6

(c) Other 4,046.7 4,046.7

(d) Other financing uses .7 .7

Authorized FTE: 33.50 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: New Mexico's domestic tourism market share 1.62%

(b) Outcome: Print advertising conversion rate 47.5%

(c) Outcome: Broadcast advertising conversion rate 36%

(2) Promotion:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 227.1 227.1

(b) Other 218.7 218.7

Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of inquiries from people planning to visit within

the next twelve months 64%

(b) Output: Number of familiarization tours 20

(3) Outreach:

The purpose of the outreach program is to provide constituent services for communities, regions and other entities so they may identify their needs and get help locating resources to fill those needs, whether internal or external to the organization.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 109.9 109.9

(b) Contractual services .7 .7

(c) Other 1,101.7 1,101.7

(d) Other financing uses .1 .1

Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent

(4) New Mexico magazine:


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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,102.6 1,102.6

(b) Contractual services 954.1 954.1

(c) Other 2,732.7 2,732.7

(d) Other financing uses .5 .5

Authorized FTE: 22.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Circulation rate 126,617

(b) Output: Ancillary product revenue, in thousands $365.0

(5) New Mexico clean and beautiful:

The purpose of the New Mexico clean and beautiful program is to control litter by vesting authority in the department to eliminate litter from the state to the maximum practical extent.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 105.8 105.8

(b) Contractual services 150.0 150.0

(c) Other 600.0 600.0

Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Pounds of litter removed 3,201,051

(b) Output: Number of keep america beautiful program and community

participants/volunteers in spring cleanup - great american


cleanup 20/44,000

(c) Output: Number of community participants/volunteers in fall

cleanup-trek for trash 57/8,100

(6) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 705.6 705.6

(b) Contractual services 195.2 195.2

(c) Other 849.2 849.2

(d) Other financing uses .3 .3

Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent

Subtotal 14,361.6

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT:

(1) Community development:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 941.0 941.0

(b) Contractual services 310.0 310.0

(c) Other 681.9 681.9


(d) Other financing uses .3 .3

Authorized FTE: 17.00 Permanent

The general fund appropriation to the economic development department community development program in the other category includes two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for cooperative advertising.

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Average hourly salary for rural jobs created by the effects

of the agency programs $10.75

(b) Outcome: Dollar amount of private sector investment through the main

street program, in millions $5

(c) Outcome: Number of film jobs created 14,000

(d) Output: Number of film projects 100

(2) Job creation and job growth:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 836.8 836.8

(b) Contractual services 216.3 216.3

(c) Other 371.4 371.4

(d) Other financing uses .3 .3

Authorized FTE: 14.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of jobs created in rural New Mexico by the job

creation and job growth program 2,860

(b) Outcome: Number of jobs created, out of net new jobs created in New


Mexico, as a result of the job creation and job growth

program 5,201

(c) Outcome: Percent of jobs created that pay more than fifty percent

over the national minimum wage 100%

(d) Output: Number of companies assisted by the industrial development

training program in rural areas 11

(e) Output: Number of companies assisted by the industrial development

training program in urban areas 12

(f) Outcome: Dollar value of total New Mexico exports to Mexico, in

millions $135

(g) Outcome: Dollar value of exports as a result of the maquila supplier

program, in millions $10

(h) Outcome: Number of jobs created as a result of the maquila supplier

program 50

(i) Output: Percent of industrial development training funds expended

in rural areas 40%

(3) Technology commercialization:

The purpose of the technology commercialization program is to increase the start-up, relocation, and growth of technology-based business in New Mexico so the citizens of New Mexico may have opportunities for high-paying jobs.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 525.0 525.0

(b) Contractual services 167.5 167.5

(c) Other 133.8 133.8


(d) Other financing uses .2 .2

Authorized FTE: 9.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of high-technology jobs created as a result of the

technology commercialization program 120

(b) Outcome: Number of New Mexico 9000 customers that are ISO 9000

certified 3

(4) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,273.7 1,273.7

(b) Contractual services 68.3 68.3

(c) Other 486.5 486.5

(d) Other financing uses .5 .5

Authorized FTE: 24.00 Permanent

The general fund appropriation to program support of the economic development department includes thirty thousand dollars ($30,000) to continue an e-commerce initiative to increase sales and the visibility of New Mexico products on the internet.

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Number of impressions generated by the "New Mexico Next"

advertising campaign, in millions 8

Subtotal 6,013.5

REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT:


(1) Construction industries and manufactured housing:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 5,337.4 89.7 5,427.1

(b) Contractual services 75.0 75.0 150.0

(c) Other 1,360.1 58.4 1,418.5

(d) Other financing uses 2.1 .1 2.2

Authorized FTE: 106.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Efficiency: Percent of permitted manufactured housing projects inspected 75%

(2) Financial institutions and securities:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 2,113.7 2,113.7

(b) Contractual services 70.5 70.5

(c) Other 349.7 16.9 366.6

(d) Other financing uses .8 .8


Authorized FTE: 39.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Efficiency: Average number of days to resolve a financial institution's

complaint 15

(b) Efficiency: Average number of days to resolve a securities complaint 511

(3) Alcohol and gaming:

The purpose of the alcohol and gaming program is to license qualified people and, in cooperation with the department of public safety, to enforce the Liquor Control Act and the Bingo and Raffle Act to ensure the sale, service and public consumption of alcoholic beverages and the holding, operating and conducting of games of chance are regulated to protect the health, safety and welfare of citizens of and visitors to New Mexico.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 686.3 96.0 782.3

(b) Other 167.3 167.3

(c) Other financing uses .3 .3

Authorized FTE: 14.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of days to process a license application that

requires a hearing 138

(4) Program support:

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


Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,490.6 455.1 1,945.7

(b) Contractual services 22.2 22.2 44.4

(c) Other 293.2 193.8 487.0

(d) Other financing uses .5 .1 .6

Authorized FTE: 33.20 Permanent

(5) New Mexico state board of public accountancy:

The purpose of the New Mexico state board of public accountancy program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 227.3 227.3

(b) Contractual services 68.0 68.0

(c) Other 155.6 155.6

(d) Other financing uses 23.0 23.0

Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 5

(6) Board of acupuncture and oriental medicine:

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


Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 48.9 48.9

(b) Contractual services 69.9 69.9

(c) Other 32.4 32.4

(d) Other financing uses 15.7 15.7

Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent

(7) New Mexico athletic commission:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 80.0 80.0

(b) Contractual services 11.0 11.0

(c) Other 45.6 45.6

(d) Other financing uses 17.3 17.3

Authorized FTE: 1.80 Permanent

(8) Athletic trainer practice board:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 13.5 13.5


(b) Contractual services .5 .5

(c) Other 4.3 4.3

(d) Other financing uses 2.7 2.7

Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent

(9) Board of barbers and cosmetology:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 259.3 259.3

(b) Contractual services 49.5 49.5

(c) Other 158.0 158.0

(d) Other financing uses 70.8 70.8

Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 10

(10) Chiropractic board:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 68.7 68.7


(b) Contractual services 7.1 7.1

(c) Other 48.0 48.0

(d) Other financing uses 14.4 14.4

Authorized FTE: 1.40 Permanent

(11) Counseling and therapy practice board:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 216.1 216.1

(b) Contractual services 27.6 27.6

(c) Other 103.9 103.9

(d) Other financing uses 49.6 49.6

Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent

(12) New Mexico board of dental healthcare:

The purpose of the New Mexico board of dental health care program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 143.6 143.6

(b) Contractual services 46.3 46.3

(c) Other 85.0 85.0

(d) Other financing uses 35.2 35.2


Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 30

(13) Interior design board:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 15.3 15.3

(b) Contractual services .2 .2

(c) Other 12.9 12.9

(d) Other financing uses 3.7 3.7

Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent

(14) Board of landscape architects:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 16.6 16.6

(b) Contractual services 2.3 2.3

(c) Other 15.1 15.1

(d) Other financing uses 3.5 3.5


Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent

(15) Board of massage therapy:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 100.9 100.9

(b) Contractual services 15.5 15.5

(c) Other 55.8 55.8

(d) Other financing uses 21.9 21.9

Authorized FTE: 2.15 Permanent

(16) Board of nursing home administrators:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 27.9 27.9

(b) Contractual services .1 .1

(c) Other 8.0 8.0

(d) Other financing uses 5.7 5.7

Authorized FTE: .55 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to


applicants 5

(17) Nutrition and dietetics practice board:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 12.7 12.7

(b) Contractual services .3 .3

(c) Other 8.2 8.2

(d) Other financing uses 2.7 2.7

Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent

(18) Board of examiners for occupational therapy:

The purpose of the board of examiners for the occupational therapy program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 33.1 33.1

(b) Contractual services 1.2 1.2

(c) Other 20.8 20.8

(d) Other financing uses 8.3 8.3

Authorized FTE: .60 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to


applicants 5

(19) Board of optometry:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 36.5 36.5

(b) Contractual services 15.2 15.2

(c) Other 15.3 15.3

(d) Other financing uses 9.8 9.8

Authorized FTE: .70 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 4

(20) Board of osteopathic medical examiners:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 23.2 23.2

(b) Contractual services 5.0 5.0

(c) Other 25.1 25.1

(d) Other financing uses 6.1 6.1


Authorized FTE: .45 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 60

(21) Board of pharmacy:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 835.5 835.5

(b) Contractual services 23.5 23.5

(c) Other 296.0 296.0

(d) Other financing uses 89.2 89.2

Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 3

(22) Physical therapist licensing board:

The purpose of the physical therapist licensing board program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 72.9 72.9


(b) Contractual services 2.0 2.0

(c) Other 34.6 34.6

(d) Other financing uses 15.8 15.8

Authorized FTE: 1.40 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 5

(23) Board of podiatry:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 13.0 13.0

(b) Contractual services 2.5 2.5

(c) Other 10.6 10.6

(d) Other financing uses 2.9 2.9

Authorized FTE: .25 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 60

(24) Advisory board of private investigators and polygraphers:

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


Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 74.1 74.1

(b) Contractual services 3.0 3.0

(c) Other 34.6 34.6

(d) Other financing uses 18.1 18.1

Authorized FTE: 1.50 Permanent

(25) New Mexico state board of psychologist examiners:

The purpose of the New Mexico state board of psychologist examiners program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 75.5 75.5

(b) Contractual services 11.0 11.0

(c) Other 52.4 52.4

(d) Other financing uses 18.3 18.3

Authorized FTE: 1.45 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 120

(26) Real estate appraisers board:

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


Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 90.8 90.8

(b) Contractual services 9.0 9.0

(c) Other 32.2 32.2

(d) Other financing uses 18.4 18.4

Authorized FTE: 1.50 Permanent; .50 Term

(27) New Mexico real estate commission:

The purpose of the New Mexico real estate commission program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 448.4 448.4

(b) Contractual services 170.3 170.3

(c) Other 225.3 225.3

(d) Other financing uses 67.0 67.0

Authorized FTE: 9.80 Permanent

(28) Advisory board of respiratory care:

The purpose of the advisory board of respiratory care program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 34.0 34.0


(b) Other 13.9 13.9

(c) Other financing uses 8.0 8.0

Authorized FTE: .75 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 5

(29) Board of social work examiners:

The purpose of the board of social work examiners program is to protect the public by ensuring licensed professionals are qualified to practice in the profession through efficient licensing compliance and regulatory services.

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 148.4 148.4

(b) Contractual services 33.0 33.0

(c) Other 85.5 85.5

(d) Other financing uses 34.2 34.2

Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Output: Average number of days to process and produce licenses to

applicants 5

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

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

Appropriations:


(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 77.8 77.8

(b) Contractual services 2.0 2.0

(c) Other 22.5 22.5

(d) Other financing uses 15.9 15.9

Authorized FTE: 1.80 Permanent

(31) Board of thanatopractice:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 36.9 36.9

(b) Contractual services 18.0 18.0

(c) Other 43.0 43.0

(d) Other financing uses 11.8 11.8

Authorized FTE: .85 Permanent

Subtotal 19,036.5

PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION:

(1) Policy and regulation:

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


Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 8,403.3 1,041.4 9,444.7

(b) Contractual services 333.5 289.4 145.0 767.9

(c) Other 1,159.6 662.3 1,821.9

(d) Other financing uses 4.2 190.4 194.6

Authorized FTE: 173.00 Permanent

The other state funds appropriations to the policy and regulation program of the public regulation commission include three hundred fifty-three thousand three hundred dollars ($353,300) from the title insurance maintenance fund, one million one hundred fifty thousand two hundred dollars ($1,150,200) from the insurance fraud fund, fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) from the insurance examination fund and one hundred thirty thousand dollars ($130,000) from the insurance licensee continuing education fund.

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the policy and regulation program of the public regulation commission include one hundred forty-five thousand dollars ($145,000) from the patient's compensation fund.

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Total dollars saved by consumers as a result of approved

rates and requested rates by regulated entities in the

electric, natural gas, water and wastewater,

telecommunication and transportation industries, in

thousands $22,275.0

(b) Outcome: Dollar amount of credits and refunds obtained for New

Mexico consumers through complaint resolution

(c) Outcome: Average cost of electricity per kilowatt hour in New Mexico

for residential customers as a percentage of the national


average, including transportation costs 103.5%

(d) Outcome: Average cost of electricity per kilowatt hour in New Mexico

for commercial customers as a percentage of the national

average, including transportation costs 94.4%

(e) Outcome: Average monthly cost of basic telephone service for

commercial customers as a percentage of the national average 103.4%

(f) Outcome: Average monthly cost of basic telephone service for

residential customers as a percentage of the national

average 79.4%

(g) Outcome: Percent of reported telecommunications fraud cases resolved 95%

(2) Public safety:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 222.1 1,607.4 95.0 1,924.5

(b) Contractual services 3.5 77.0 5.0 85.5

(c) Other 74.2 705.4 49.5 829.1

(d) Other financing uses .4 .4

Authorized FTE: 41.00 Permanent

The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the public regulation commission include one million three hundred twenty-nine thousand six hundred dollars ($1,329,600) for the office of the state fire marshal from the fire protection fund.


The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the public regulation commission include one million sixty thousand six hundred dollars ($1,060,600) for the firefighter training academy from the fire protection fund.

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of statewide fire districts with insurance services

office rating of eight or better 60%

(b) Output: Number of inspections and audit hours performed by the

state fire marshal's office and pipeline safety bureau 15,869

(c) Output: Number of training contact hours delivered by the state

fire marshal's office, state firefighter training academy,

and pipeline safety bureau 92,914

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

firefighter training academy 2,646

(3) Program support:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 1,880.0 200.0 2,080.0

(b) Contractual services 10.9 10.9

(c) Other 380.1 205.0 585.1

(d) Other financing uses 1.1 1.1

Authorized FTE: 52.00 Permanent


The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to program support of the public regulation commission include seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) from the insurance fraud fund, two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) from the fire protection fund and eighty thousand dollars ($80,000) from the patients compensation fund.

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Percent of information technology projects completed within

timeframe and budget referenced in the information

technology project plan 100%

(b) Outcome: Percent reduction of the general services department

information systems division costs and services 15%

(4) Patient's compensation fund:

Appropriations:

(a) Contractual services 215.0 215.0

(b) Other 10,042.7 10,042.7

(c) Other financing uses 225.0 225.0

Subtotal 28,228.4

NEW MEXICO BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS:

(1) Licensing and certification:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 519.1 519.1

(b) Contractual services 257.6 257.6

(c) Other 154.7 154.7

(d) Other financing uses .2 .2

Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent


Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of days to issue a physician license 0

Subtotal 931.6

BOARD OF NURSING:

(1) Licensing and certification:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 492.1 492.1

(b) Contractual services 155.2 155.2

(c) Other 303.5 303.5

(d) Other financing uses .2 .2

Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent

Performance Measures:

(a) Outcome: Number of days to issue a nurse license 0

Subtotal 951.0

NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR:

(1) State fair:

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

Appropriations:

(a) Personal services and

employee benefits 5,581.5 5,581.5


(b) Contractual services 3,690.0 3,690.0

(c) Other 4,491.2 4,491.2