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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 2008".
Section 2. DEFINITIONS.--As used in the General Appropriation Act of 2008:
A. “agency" means an office, department, agency, institution, board, bureau, commission,
court, district attorney, council or committee of state government;
B. “efficiency" means the measure of the degree to which services are efficient and
productive and is often expressed in terms of dollars or time per unit of output;
C. “explanatory" means information that can help users to understand reported performance
measures and to evaluate the significance of underlying factors that may have affected the reported
information;
D. “federal funds" means any payments by the United States government to state government or
agencies except those payments made in accordance with the federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act;
E. “full-time equivalent" or “FTE" means one or more authorized positions that alone or
together receives or receive compensation for not more than two thousand eighty-eight hours worked in
fiscal year 2009. The calculation of hours worked includes compensated absences but does not include
overtime, compensatory time or sick leave paid pursuant to Section 10-7-10 NMSA 1978;
F. “general fund" means that fund created by Section 6-4-2 NMSA 1978 and includes federal
Mineral Lands Leasing Act receipts and those payments made in accordance with the federal block grant and
the federal Workforce Investment Act, but excludes the general fund operating reserve, the appropriation
contingency fund, the tax stabilization reserve and any other fund, reserve or account from which general
appropriations are restricted by law;
G. “interagency transfers" means revenue, other than internal service funds, legally
transferred from one agency to another;
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H. “internal service funds" means:
(1) revenue transferred to an agency for the financing of goods or services to another
agency on a cost-reimbursement basis; and
(2) balances in agency internal service fund accounts appropriated by the General
Appropriation Act of 2008;
I. “other state funds" means:
(1) nonreverting balances in agency accounts, other than in internal service funds
accounts, appropriated by the General Appropriation Act of 2008;
(2) all revenue available to agencies from sources other than the general fund,
internal service funds, interagency transfers and federal funds; and
(3) all revenue, the use of which is restricted by statute or agreement;
J. “outcome" means the measure of the actual impact or public benefit of a program;
K. “output" means the measure of the volume of work completed or the level of actual
services or products delivered by a program;
L. “performance measure" means a quantitative or qualitative indicator used to assess a
program;
M. “quality" means the measure of the quality of a good or service produced and is often an
indicator of the timeliness, reliability or safety of services or products produced by a program;
N. “revenue" means all money received by an agency from sources external to that agency, net
of refunds and other correcting transactions, other than from issue of debt, liquidation of investments
or as agent or trustee for other governmental entities or private persons; and
O. “target" means the expected level of performance of a program’s performance measures.
Section 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS.--
A. Amounts set out under column headings are expressed in thousands of dollars.
B. Amounts set out under column headings are appropriated from the source indicated by the
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column heading. All amounts set out under the column heading “Internal Service Funds/Interagency
Transfers" are intergovernmental transfers and do not represent a portion of total state government
appropriations. All information designated as “Total" or “Subtotal" is provided for information and
amounts are not appropriations.
C. Amounts set out in Section 4 of the General Appropriation Act of 2008, or so much as may
be necessary, are appropriated from the indicated source for expenditure in fiscal year 2009 for the
objects expressed.
D. Unexpended balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2008 shall
revert to the general fund by October 1, 2008, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation
Act of 2008 or otherwise provided by law.
E. Unexpended balances in agency accounts remaining at the end of fiscal year 2009 shall
revert to the general fund by October 1, 2009, unless otherwise indicated in the General Appropriation
Act of 2008 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 2008,
appropriations are made in that act for the expenditures of agencies and for other purposes as required
by existing law for fiscal year 2009. If any other act of the second session of the forty-eighth
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 2008 shall
be transferred from the agency, fund or distribution to which an appropriation has been made as required
by existing law to the appropriate agency, fund or distribution provided by the new law.
H. The department of finance and administration will regularly consult with the legislative
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finance committee staff to compare fiscal year 2009 revenue collections with the revenue estimate. If
the analyses indicate that revenues and transfers to the general fund are not expected to meet
appropriations, then the department shall present a plan to the legislative finance committee that
outlines the methods by which the administration proposes to address the deficit.
I. Pursuant to Sections 6-3-23 through 6-3-25 NMSA 1978, agencies whose revenue from state
board of finance loans, from revenue appropriated by other acts of the legislature, or from gifts,
grants, donations, bequests, insurance settlements, refunds or payments into revolving funds exceeds
specifically appropriated amounts may request budget increases from the state budget division. If
approved by the state budget division, such money is appropriated.
J. Pursuant to Section 6-4-2 NMSA 1978, federal funds received during fiscal year 2009 and
not specifically appropriated shall be subject to future appropriation by the legislature provided,
however, that an agency may request a budget increase during fiscal year 2009 from the state budget
division if the agency submits documentation to the state budget division and to the legislative finance
committee showing that all of the following five requirements have been met:
(1) the requested budget increase is for federal funds the amount of which could not
have been reasonably anticipated or known during the second session of the forty-eighth legislature and,
therefore, could not have been requested by the agency or appropriated by the legislature;
(2) the federal law authorizing the disbursement of the federal funds to the state
requires the funds to be expended for specific programs or specific governmental functions without
leaving a policy choice to the state of how the funds are to be expended;
(3) the state has no discretion as to the programs or governmental functions for which
the federal funds will be expended;
(4) the executive branch has had no input into the selection of the programs or
governmental functions for which the federal funds are required to be expended; and
(5) due to the emergency nature of the purpose of the federal funds or the likelihood
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that the federal funds will be unavailable in the future, the funds need to be budgeted and expended
before the first session of the forty-ninth legislature.
K. For fiscal year 2009, 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 2008 or another act of the second
session of the forty-eighth legislature provides for additional employees.
L. Except for gasoline credit cards used solely for operation of official vehicles,
telephone credit cards used solely for official business and procurement cards used as authorized by
Section 6-5-9.1 NMSA 1978, none of the appropriations contained in the General Appropriation Act of 2008
may be expended for payment of agency-issued credit card invoices.
M. To further prevent unnecessary spending, appropriations contained in the General
Appropriation Act of 2008 may not be expended for any travel expenditure, for passenger vehicle
operation, except that of police and emergency vehicles, or mileage reimbursement for travel between
cities served by the New Mexico rail runner express.
N. To prevent unnecessary spending, expenditures from the General Appropriation Act of 2008
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.
O. For the purpose of administering the General Appropriation Act of 2008 and approving
operating budgets, the state of New Mexico shall follow the modified accrual basis of accounting for
governmental funds in accordance with the manual of model accounting practices issued by the department
of finance and administration.
P. During fiscal year 2009, before promulgating a rule subject to the State Rules Act, an
agency shall submit a copy of the proposed rule to the legislative finance committee and the legislative
council service. The proposed rule shall be submitted at the same time that public notice of the
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proposed rule is required by law.
Section 4. FISCAL YEAR 2009 APPROPRIATIONS.--
A. LEGISLATIVE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL SERVICE:
(1) Legislative building services:
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(b) Contractual services
165.0
165.0
(c) Other
1,070.6
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Authorized FTE: 55.00 Permanent; 4.00 Temporary
(2) Energy council dues:
Appropriations:
32.0
32.0
Subtotal
4,264.5
TOTAL LEGISLATIVE
4,264.5
4,264.5
B. JUDICIAL
SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY:
The purpose of the supreme court law library program is to provide and produce legal information for the
judicial, legislative and executive branches of state government, the legal community and the public at
large so they may have equal access to the law, effectively address the courts, make laws and write
rules, better understand the legal system and conduct their affairs in accordance with the principles of
law.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(c) Other
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Authorized FTE: 9.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of updated titles
80%
(b) Output:
Number of research requests
6,700
Subtotal
1,813.7
NEW MEXICO COMPILATION COMMISSION:
The purpose of the New Mexico compilation commission program is to publish in print and electronic
format, distribute and sell (1) laws enacted by the legislature, (2) opinions of the supreme court and
court of appeals, (3) rules approved by the supreme court, (4) attorney general opinions and (5) other
state and federal rules and opinions and ensure the accuracy and reliability of its publications.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
167.6
190.2
357.8
(b) Contractual services
1,059.9
1,059.9
(c) Other
178.8
178.8
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Amount of revenue collected, in thousands
$1,291.3
Subtotal
1,596.5
JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION:
The purpose of the judicial standards commission program is to provide a public review process addressing
complaints involving judicial misconduct in order to preserve the integrity and impartiality of the
judicial process.
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(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(b) Contractual services
55.0
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(c) Other
139.4
139.4
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent; 1.00 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Efficiency: Upon knowledge of cause for emergency interim suspension,
time for commission to file petition for temporary
suspension, in days
2
(b) Output:
Time for release of annual report to the public, from the
end of the fiscal year, in months
2
(c) Efficiency: For cases in which formal charges are filed, average time
for formal hearings to be reached, in meeting cycles
3
Subtotal
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COURT OF APPEALS:
The purpose of the court of appeals program is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and
timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to
independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the
United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
5,132.9
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(b) Contractual services
135.0
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(c) Other
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Authorized FTE: 60.50 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
97%
Subtotal
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SUPREME COURT:
The purpose of the supreme court program is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and
timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to
independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the
United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,791.1
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(b) Contractual services
51.0
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(c) Other
224.8
224.8
Authorized FTE: 34.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
95%
Subtotal
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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS:
(1) Administrative support:
The purpose of the administrative support program is to provide administrative support to the chief
justice, all judicial branch units and the administrative office of the courts so that they can
effectively administer the New Mexico court system.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
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(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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99.0
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(d) Other financing uses
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Authorized FTE: 37.80 Permanent; 4.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of jury summons successfully executed
92%
(b) Output:
Average cost per juror
$42
(2) Statewide judiciary automation:
The purpose of the statewide judiciary automation program is to provide development, enhancement,
maintenance and support for core court automation and usage skills for appellate, district, magistrate
and municipal courts and ancillary judicial agencies.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,578.7
1,638.7
4,217.4
(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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3,215.1
Authorized FTE: 39.50 Permanent; 9.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Quality:
Percent of accurate driving-while-intoxicated court reports
98%
(b) Quality:
Average time to respond to automation calls for assistance,
in minutes
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(3) Magistrate court:
The purpose of the magistrate court and warrant enforcement program is to provide access to justice,
resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights
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and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the
constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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Authorized FTE: 284.50 Permanent; 56.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Bench warrant revenue collected annually, in millions
$2.4
(b) Explanatory: Percent of cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
95%
(c) Efficiency: Percent of magistrate courts’ financial reports submitted
to fiscal services division and reconciled on a monthly
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(4) Special court services:
The purpose of the special court services program is to provide court advocates, legal counsel and safe
exchanges for children and families, to provide judges pro tempore and to adjudicate water rights
disputes so that the constitutional rights and safety of citizens (especially children and families) are
protected.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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(d) Other financing uses
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Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of required events attended by attorneys in abuse
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8,000
(b) Output:
Number of monthly supervised child visitations conducted
500
(c) Output:
Number of cases to which court appointed special advocate
volunteers are assigned
1,600
Subtotal
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SUPREME COURT BUILDING COMMISSION:
The purpose of the supreme court building commission program is to retain custody and control of the
supreme court building and its grounds to provide care, preservation, repair, cleaning, heating and
lighting and to hire necessary employees for these purposes.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
637.7
637.7
(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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135.8
Authorized FTE: 15.30 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Quality:
Accuracy of fixed-assets inventory records
100%
Subtotal
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DISTRICT COURTS:
(1) First judicial district:
The purpose of the first judicial district court program, statutorily created in Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and
Los Alamos counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain
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accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently
protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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Authorized FTE: 86.00 Permanent; 8.80 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
95%
(b) Quality:
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
9%
(c) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
15%
(d) Output:
Number of adult drug-court graduates
18
(e) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
17
(f) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
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(g) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
50%
(h) Explanatory: Graduation rate, adult drug court
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(2) Second judicial district:
The purpose of the second judicial district court program, statutorily created in Bernalillo county, is
to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal
proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and
liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(c) Other
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Authorized FTE: 331.50 Permanent; 28.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
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(b) Quality:
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
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(c) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
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(d) Output:
Number of adult drug-court graduates
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(e) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
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(f) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
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(g) Explanatory: Graduation rate, adult drug court
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(h) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
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(3) Third judicial district:
The purpose of the third judicial district court program, statutorily created in Dona Ana county, is to
provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate records of legal
proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the rights and
liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
5,426.7
471.3
5,898.0
(b) Contractual services
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90.0
127.1
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(c) Other
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51.0
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Authorized FTE: 84.30 Permanent; 6.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
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(b) Quality:
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
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(c) Output:
Number of adult drug-court graduates
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(d) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
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(e) Explanatory: Graduation rate, adult drug court
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(f) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
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(4) Fourth judicial district:
The purpose of the fourth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Mora, San Miguel and
Guadalupe counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain
accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently
protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
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(b) Contractual services
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(c) Other
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Authorized FTE: 29.50 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
12
(c) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
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(d) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
20%
(e) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
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(5) Fifth judicial district:
The purpose of the fifth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Eddy, Chaves and Lea
counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate
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records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the
rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
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5,591.7
(b) Contractual services
522.9
70.0
285.0
877.9
(c) Other
350.3
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Authorized FTE: 82.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
10
(c) Explanatory: Graduation rate, family drug court
80%
(d) Quality:
Recidivism of family drug-court graduates
15%
(e) Output:
Number of family drug-court graduates
9
(6) Sixth judicial district:
The purpose of the sixth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Grant, Luna and Hidalgo
counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate
records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the
rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,280.0
2,280.0
(b) Contractual services
632.0
13.8
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720.8
(c) Other
201.0
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Authorized FTE: 34.50 Permanent; .50 Term
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Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
13%
(c) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
9
(d) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
14
(e) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
40%
(7) Seventh judicial district:
The purpose of the seventh judicial district court program, statutorily created in Torrance, Socorro,
Sierra and Catron counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and
maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to
independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the
United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,917.4
271.7
2,189.1
(b) Contractual services
283.6
29.0
82.3
394.9
(c) Other
163.6
60.5
224.1
Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
14
(8) Eighth judicial district:
The purpose of the eighth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Taos, Colfax and Union
counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate
records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,722.6
1,722.6
(b) Contractual services
758.3
71.0
80.0
909.3
(c) Other
151.6
151.6
Authorized FTE: 27.50 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Quality:
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
10%
(c) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
10%
(d) Output:
Number of adult drug-court graduates
18
(e) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
15
(f) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
12
(g) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
70%
(h) Explanatory: Graduation rate, adult drug court
75%
(9) Ninth judicial district:
The purpose of the ninth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Curry and Roosevelt
counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate
records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the
rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,072.0
500.0
3,572.0
(b) Contractual services
110.4
16.5
85.0
211.9
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61.5
97.5
345.7
Authorized FTE: 43.80 Permanent; 5.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
14
(10) Tenth judicial district:
The purpose of the tenth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Quay, De Baca and
Harding counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain
accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently
protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
677.3
677.3
(b) Contractual services
15.6
17.0
32.6
(c) Other
73.0
4.5
77.5
Authorized FTE: 10.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
14
(11) Eleventh judicial district:
The purpose of the eleventh judicial district court program, statutorily created in San Juan and McKinley
counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate
records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the
rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
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(b) Contractual services
331.2
84.9
141.1
557.2
(c) Other
461.4
48.1
45.3
554.8
Authorized FTE: 80.50 Permanent; 6.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Quality:
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
10%
(c) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
10%
(d) Output:
Number of adult drug-court graduates
40
(e) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
16
(f) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
12
(g) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
75%
(h) Explanatory: Graduation rate, adult drug court
70%
(12) Twelfth judicial district:
The purpose of the twelfth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Otero and Lincoln
counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain accurate
records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently protect the
rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,475.5
2,475.5
(b) Contractual services
598.3
90.0
688.3
(c) Other
137.1
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187.1
Authorized FTE: 40.50 Permanent
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Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court participants
20%
(c) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
14
(d) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
14
(e) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
65%
(13) Thirteenth judicial district:
The purpose of the thirteenth judicial district court program, statutorily created in Valencia, Sandoval
and Cibola counties, is to provide access to justice, resolve disputes justly and timely and maintain
accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and legal status in order to independently
protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
5,184.6
195.9
5,380.5
(b) Contractual services
1,024.1
98.8
241.8
1,364.7
(c) Other
456.2
4.0
79.8
540.0
Authorized FTE: 74.50 Permanent; 4.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
90%
(b) Quality:
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
20%
(c) Output:
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
44
(d) Output:
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
14
(e) Explanatory: Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
75%
Subtotal
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BERNALILLO COUNTY METROPOLITAN COURT:
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The purpose of the Bernalillo county metropolitan court program is to provide access to justice, resolve
disputes justly and timely, and maintain accurate records of legal proceedings that affect rights and
legal status in order to independently protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitutions
of New Mexico and the United States.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
18,215.2
1,995.9
33.4
20,244.5
(b) Contractual services
2,790.4
687.7
3,478.1
(c) Other
2,801.0
381.5
3,182.5
(d) Other financing uses
65.3
65.3
Authorized FTE: 299.00 Permanent; 53.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Explanatory: Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
98%
(b) Efficiency: Cost per client per day for adult drug-court participants
$15
(c) Quality:
Recidivism of driving-while-intoxicated/drug-court graduates
4%
(d) Output:
Number of driving-while-intoxicated/drug-court graduates
250
(e) Explanatory: Graduation rate of drug-court participants
71%
(f) Outcome:
Fees and fines collected as a percent of fees and fines
assessed
92%
Subtotal
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DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:
(1) First judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,516.2
38.4
134.8
4,689.4
(b) Contractual services
32.4
32.4
(c) Other
497.3
497.3
Authorized FTE: 70.00 Permanent; 3.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<25
(b) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
3,000
(c) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
2,350
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
2
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
110
(2) Second judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Bernalillo county.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
16,458.1
46.0
762.2
150.0
17,416.3
(b) Contractual services
266.0
9.5
275.5
(c) Other
759.4
137.1
896.5
Authorized FTE: 283.00 Permanent; 15.50 Term
Performance measures:
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(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
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(b) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
26,000
(c) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
43,500
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
10.5
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
450
(f) Efficiency: Average number of cases prosecuted per attorney
245
(3) Third judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Dona Ana county.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,276.4
54.4
1,072.4
5,403.2
(b) Contractual services
65.2
65.2
(c) Other
296.3
296.3
Authorized FTE: 62.00 Permanent; 19.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
7
(b) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<0.3%
(c) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
5,000
(d) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
6,000
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
160
(4) Fourth judicial district:
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The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Mora, San Miguel and Guadalupe
counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,064.7
3,064.7
(b) Contractual services
78.8
78.8
(c) Other
225.7
225.7
Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
5,750
(b) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<1%
(c) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
1,800
(d) Output:
Number of drug cases prosecuted
140
(e) Output:
Number of domestic violence cases prosecuted
375
(f) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
250
(g) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
6
(5) Fifth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Eddy, Lea and Chaves counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
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15.0
4,022.9
(b) Contractual services
206.9
206.9
(c) Other
360.0
360.0
Authorized FTE: 60.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
0%
(b) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
4,000
(c) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
3,200
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
5
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
200
(6) Sixth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Grant, Hidalgo and Luna
counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,329.7
229.5
100.7
2,659.9
(b) Contractual services
19.5
19.5
(c) Other
249.6
249.6
Authorized FTE: 34.00 Permanent; 6.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<1%
(b) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
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Number of cases referred for screening
2,200
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
5
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
180
(7) Seventh judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Catron, Sierra, Socorro and
Torrance counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,185.6
2,185.6
(b) Contractual services
56.1
56.1
(c) Other
245.3
245.3
Authorized FTE: 36.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
2,100
(b) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
2,200
(c) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
140
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
5.5
(e) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
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(8) Eighth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
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ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Taos, Colfax and Union counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,396.0
2,396.0
(b) Contractual services
68.5
68.5
(c) Other
265.7
265.7
Authorized FTE: 33.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term; 3.00 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
3,600
(b) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<3%
(c) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
1,600
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
7
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
200
(9) Ninth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Curry and Roosevelt counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,632.2
2,632.2
(b) Contractual services
11.0
11.0
(c) Other
137.3
137.3
Authorized FTE: 39.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
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(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
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(b) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
3,000
(c) Output:
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<10
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
4
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
250
(10) Tenth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Quay, Harding and De Baca counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
905.2
905.2
(b) Contractual services
7.9
7.9
(c) Other
118.2
118.2
Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<1%
(b) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
1,200
(c) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
900
(d) Output:
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
0
(e) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
5
(f) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
300
(11) Eleventh judicial district-division I:
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The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within San Juan county.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,305.2
249.7
46.3
62.0
3,663.2
(b) Contractual services
21.9
21.9
(c) Other
242.1
242.1
Authorized FTE: 55.00 Permanent; 10.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<0.5%
(b) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
4,500
(c) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
4,300
(d) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
200
(e) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
<6
(12) Eleventh judicial district-division II:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within McKinley county.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,900.0
53.4
1,953.4
(b) Contractual services
11.7
11.7
(c) Other
220.9
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Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<1%
(b) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
2,563
(c) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
3,951
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
8
(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
466
(13) Twelfth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Lincoln and Otero counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,151.0
254.2
49.0
225.6
2,679.8
(b) Contractual services
68.3
60.0
128.3
(c) Other
364.6
40.0
404.6
Authorized FTE: 39.00 Permanent; 8.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<0.5%
(b) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
5,500
(c) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
7,000
(d) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
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(e) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
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(14) Thirteenth judicial district:
The purpose of the prosecution program is to provide litigation, special programs and administrative
support for the enforcement of state laws as they pertain to the district attorney and to improve and
ensure the protection, safety, welfare and health of the citizens within Cibola, Sandoval and Valencia
counties.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,320.7
236.2
10.8
4,567.7
(b) Contractual services
75.0
75.0
(c) Other
438.4
438.4
Authorized FTE: 80.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of cases prosecuted
8,200
(b) Output:
Number of cases referred for screening
8,966
(c) Efficiency: Average time from filing of petition to final disposition,
in months
6
(d) Efficiency: Average attorney caseload
190
(e) Outcome:
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
<0.2%
Subtotal
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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS:
(1) Administrative support:
The purpose of the administrative support program is to provide fiscal, human resource, staff
development, automation, victim program services and support to all district attorneys' offices in New
Mexico and to members of the New Mexico children's safehouse network so that they may obtain and access
the necessary resources to effectively and efficiently carry out their prosecutorial, investigative and
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
908.5
11.8
920.3
(b) Contractual services
38.2
38.2
(c) Other
1,241.6
100.0
1,341.6
Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of victim notification events and escapes reported,
monthly
6,500
(b) Output:
Number of district attorney employees receiving training
1,000
Subtotal
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TOTAL JUDICIAL
213,579.4 16,143.8
8,315.6
2,696.9 240,735.7
C. GENERAL CONTROL
ATTORNEY GENERAL:
(1) Legal services:
The purpose of the legal services program is to deliver quality legal services, opinions, counsel and
representation to state government entities and to enforce state law on behalf of the public so that New
Mexicans have an open, honest, efficient government and enjoy the protection of state law.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
12,860.3
12,860.3
(b) Contractual services
726.0
726.0
(c) Other
2,051.9
104.0
2,155.9
Authorized FTE: 159.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
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The federal funds appropriation to the legal services program of the attorney general in the other
category includes one hundred four thousand dollars ($104,000) from the medicaid fraud division.
Unless otherwise provided by the terms of the settlement,
all revenue generated from antitrust cases
and consumer protection settlements through the attorney general on behalf of the state, political
subdivisions or private citizens shall revert to the general fund.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of initial responses to requests for attorney
general opinions made within three days of request
95%
(2) Medicaid fraud:
The purpose of the medicaid fraud program is to investigate and prosecute medicaid provider fraud,
recipient abuse and neglect in the medicaid program.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
94.6
1,562.5
1,657.1
(b) Contractual services
28.9
28.9
(c) Other
407.3
407.3
(d) Other financing uses
74.0
30.0
104.0
Authorized FTE: 21.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Three-year projected savings resulting from fraud
investigations, in millions
$12.2
Subtotal
17,939.5
STATE AUDITOR:
The purpose of the state auditor program is to audit the financial affairs of every agency annually so
they can improve accountability and performance and to assure New Mexico citizens that funds are expended
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properly.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,379.7
214.0
62.4
2,656.1
(b) Contractual services
255.0
255.0
(c) Other
225.0
337.6
562.6
Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of audits completed by regulatory due date
80%
(b) Output:
Total audit fees generated
$400,000
Subtotal
3,473.7
TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT:
(1) Tax administration:
The purpose of the tax administration program is to provide registration and licensure requirements for
tax programs and to ensure the administration, collection and compliance of state taxes and fees that
provide funding for support services for the general public through appropriations.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
22,744.7
464.3
1,326.3
24,535.3
(b) Contractual services
61.6
44.0
105.6
(c) Other
6,123.4
475.1
210.3
6,808.8
Authorized FTE: 501.00 Permanent; 26.00 Term; 31.70 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Collections as a percent of collectable audit assessments
generated in the current fiscal year
40%
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(b) Outcome:
Collections as a percent of collectable outstanding
balances from the end of the prior fiscal year
20%
(c) Output:
Percent of electronically filed returns (personal income
tax, combined reporting system)
50%
(2) Motor vehicle:
The purpose of the motor vehicle program is to register, title and license vehicles, boats and motor
vehicle dealers and to enforce operator compliance with the motor vehicle code and federal regulations by
conducting tests, investigations and audits.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
9,187.1
6,856.5
16,043.6
(b) Contractual services
2,223.4
895.7
3,119.1
(c) Other
4,160.1
2,395.9
6,556.0
Authorized FTE: 375.00 Permanent; 4.00 Term; 4.00 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Efficiency: Average wait time in q-matic-equipped offices, in minutes
14
(b) Efficiency: Average call center wait time to reach an agent, in minutes
3.75
(c) Outcome:
Percent of registered vehicles with liability insurance
90%
(3) Property tax:
The purpose of the property tax program is to administer the Property Tax Code, to ensure the fair
appraisal of property and to assess property taxes within the state.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
494.6
1,934.7
2,429.3
(b) Contractual services
30.4
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126.6
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138.2
439.0
577.2
Authorized FTE: 49.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of counties in compliance with sales ratio standard
of eighty-five percent assessed value to market value
90%
(b) Output:
Number of appraisals or valuations for companies conducting
business within the state subject to state assessment
510
(4) Compliance enforcement:
The purpose of the compliance enforcement program is to support the overall mission of the New Mexico
taxation and revenue department by enforcing the criminal statutes relative to the New Mexico Tax
Administration Act and other related financial crimes, as they impact New Mexico state taxes, in order to
encourage and achieve voluntary compliance with New Mexico tax laws.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,235.2
2,235.2
(b) Contractual services
9.5
9.5
(c) Other
550.6
550.6
Authorized FTE: 38.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Successful tax fraud prosecutions as a percent of total
cases prosecuted
90%
(5) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide information system resources, human resource services,
finance and accounting services, revenue forecasting and legal services in order to give agency personnel
the resources needed to meet departmental objectives. For the general public, the program conducts
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hearings for resolving taxpayer protests and provides stakeholders with reliable information regarding
the state’s tax programs.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
13,799.9
305.0
342.7
14,447.6
(b) Contractual services
2,931.4
67.7
2,999.1
(c) Other
4,779.1
92.3
4,871.4
Authorized FTE: 213.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of driving-while-intoxicated drivers license
revocations rescinded due to failure to hold hearings
within ninety days
1%
Subtotal
85,414.9
STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:
(1) State investment:
The purpose of the state investment program is to provide investment management of the state's permanent
funds for the citizens of New Mexico in order to maximize distributions to the state's operating budget
while preserving the real value of the funds for future generations of New Mexicans.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,354.3
3,354.3
(b) Contractual services
28,558.5
28,558.5
(c) Other
913.5
913.5
Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent
The other state funds appropriation to the state investment program of the state investment council in
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the contractual services category includes twenty-seven million two hundred twenty-eight thousand dollars
($27,228,000) to be used only for money manager fees.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Five-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal
benchmarks, in basis points
>25
(b) Outcome:
One-year annualized percentile performance ranking in
endowment investment peer universe
<49
(c) Outcome:
One-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal
benchmarks, in basis points
>25
(d) Outcome:
Five-year annualized percentile performance ranking in
endowment investment peer universe
<49
Subtotal
32,826.3
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION:
(1) Policy development, fiscal analysis, budget oversight and education accountability:
The purpose of the policy development, fiscal analysis, budget oversight and education accountability
program is to provide professional, coordinated policy development and analysis and oversight to the
governor, the legislature and state agencies so they can advance the state's policies and initiatives
using appropriate and accurate data to make informed decisions for the prudent use of the public's tax
dollars.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,202.9
3,202.9
(b) Contractual services
202.4
202.4
(c) Other
295.3
295.3
Authorized FTE: 35.00 Permanent
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Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Average number of working days to process budget adjustment
requests
5
(b) Outcome:
Percent of agencies that develop and implement performance
monitoring plans
100%
(c) Output:
Percent of state agencies monitored operating within
available resources
100%
(2) Community development, local government assistance and fiscal oversight:
The purpose of the community development, local government assistance and fiscal oversight program is to
provide federal and state oversight assistance to counties, municipalities and special districts with
planning, implementation and development of fiscal management so that entities can maintain strong,
lasting communities.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,323.9
1,006.1
471.5
3,801.5
(b) Contractual services
2,693.0
2,087.5
31.0
4,811.5
(c) Other
138.8 34,121.6
14,112.0
48,372.4
(d) Other financing uses
300.0
300.0
Authorized FTE: 35.00 Permanent; 21.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of local entity budgets submitted to the local
government division by established deadline
95%
(b) Output:
Number of capital projects older than five years that are
unexpended
180
(c) Output:
Percent of state agency capital outlay projects included in
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95%
(d) Output:
Percent of local capital outlay projects included in the
infrastructure capital improvement plan
90%
(3) Fiscal management and oversight:
The purpose of the fiscal management and oversight program is to provide for and promote financial
accountability for public funds throughout state government and to provide state government agencies and
the citizens of New Mexico with timely, factual and comprehensive information on the financial status and
expenditures of the state.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,209.3
439.8
4,649.1
(b) Contractual services
1,089.8
1,089.8
(c) Other
889.8
889.8
Authorized FTE: 67.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of regularly scheduled training courses for
beginning, intermediate and advanced users of the statewide
human resource, accounting and management reporting system
36
(b) Efficiency: Percent of business days the statewide human resource,
accounting and management reporting system is available to
end-users during business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday)
100%
(4) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide other department of finance and administration programs with
central direction to agency management processes to ensure consistency, legal compliance and financial
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integrity; to administer the executive's exempt salary plan; and to review and approve professional
services contracts.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,523.9
1,523.9
(b) Contractual services
92.5
92.5
(c) Other
58.0
58.0
Authorized FTE: 20.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of funds certified in compliance to the state
controller as required, within fifteen days after month end
90%
(5) Dues and membership fees/special appropriations:
Appropriations:
(a) Council of state governments
92.4
92.4
(b) Western interstate commission
for higher education
120.0
120.0
(c) Education commission of the
states
62.9
62.9
(d) Rocky mountain corporation
for public broadcasting
13.1
13.1
(e) National association of
state budget officers
15.2
15.2
(f) National conference of state
legislatures
126.6
126.6
(g) Western governors'
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association
36.0
36.0
(h) Governmental accounting
standards board
15.7
15.7
(i) National center for state
courts
93.1
93.1
(j) National conference of
insurance legislators
10.0
10.0
(k) National council of legislators
from gaming states
3.0
3.0
(l) National governors'
association
88.0
88.0
(m) Citizens' review board
410.0
190.0
600.0
(n) Emergency water supply fund
150.0
150.0
(o) Fiscal agent contract
1,050.0
1,050.0
(p) New Mexico water resources
association
6.6
6.6
(q) State planning districts
873.3
873.3
(r) State treasurer's audit
24.0
24.0
(s) Youth mentoring program
2,542.4
2,542.4
(t) Luna county teen court
25.0
25.0
(u) Santa Fe teen court
75.0
75.0
(v) Law enforcement enhancement
fund
7,809.4
7,809.4
(w) Leasehold community
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150.0
150.0
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(x) Acequia and community ditch
education program
300.0
300.0
(y) New Mexico acequia
commission
30.0
30.0
(z) Food banks
399.6
399.6
(aa) Weatherization
800.0
800.0
(bb) County detention of
prisoners
5,100.0
5,100.0
(cc) Soil conservation districts
450.0
450.0
The general fund appropriation to the department of finance and administration of four hundred fifty
thousand dollars ($450,000) for soil conservation districts is to match federal funds for water
conservation and resource restoration technical assistance pursuant to an agreement with the United
States department of agriculture resources conservation services.
On certification by the state board of finance pursuant to Section 6-1-2 NMSA 1978 that a critical
emergency exists that cannot be addressed by disaster declaration or other emergency or contingency funds
and review by the legislative finance committee
, the secretary of the department of finance and
administration is authorized to transfer from the general fund operating reserve to the state board of
finance emergency fund the amount necessary to meet the emergency. Such transfers shall not exceed an
aggregate amount of one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) in fiscal year 2009.
Repayments of emergency loans made pursuant to this paragraph shall be deposited in the board of finance
emergency fund pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-1-5 NMSA 1978, provided that, after the total
amounts deposited in fiscal year 2009 exceed two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000), any
additional repayments shall be transferred to the general fund
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Subtotal
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(1) Benefits:
The purpose of the benefits program is to provide an effective health insurance package to educational
employees and their eligible family members so they are protected against catastrophic financial losses
due to medical problems, disability or death.
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
285,660.0
285,660.0
(b) Other financing uses
646.1
646.1
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Average number of days to resolve inquiries and appeals
related to customer service claims
14
(b) Efficiency: Percent variance of medical premium change between the
public school insurance authority and industry average
#3%
(2) Risk:
The purpose of the risk program is to provide economical and comprehensive property, liability and
workers’ compensation programs to educational entities so they are protected against injury and loss.
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
55,884.0
55,884.0
(b) Other financing uses
646.0
646.0
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent variance of public property premium change between
public school insurance authority and industry average
#15%
(b) Outcome:
Percent variance of workers' compensation premium change
between public school insurance authority and industry
average
#7%
(c) Outcome:
Percent variance of public liability premium change between
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public school insurance authority and industry average
#15%
(3) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support for the benefits and risk programs
and to assist the agency in delivering services to its constituents.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
836.0
836.0
(b) Contractual services
197.6
197.6
(c) Other
258.5
258.5
Authorized FTE: 11.00 Permanent
Subtotal
344,128.2
RETIREE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY:
(1) Health care benefits administration:
The purpose of the health care benefits administration program is to provide fiscally solvent core group
and optional healthcare benefits and life insurance to current and future eligible retirees and their
dependents so they may access covered and available core group and optional healthcare benefits and life
insurance benefits when they need them.
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
200,881.2
200,881.2
(b) Other financing uses
2,839.8
2,839.8
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Total revenue generated, in millions
$189
(b) Output:
Minimum number of years of long-term actuarial solvency
25
(2) Senior prescription drug:
The purpose of the senior prescription drug program is to administer the senior prescription drug program
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aimed at reducing prescription drug expenditures for those covered participants.
Appropriations:
(a) Other
10.0
10.0
(3) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support for the health care benefits
administration program to assist the agency in delivering its services to its constituents.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,634.2
1,634.2
(b) Contractual services
555.6
555.6
(c) Other
650.0
650.0
Authorized FTE: 24.00 Permanent
Any unexpended balances in program support of the retiree health care authority remaining at the end of
fiscal year 2009 shall revert to the health care benefits administration program.
Subtotal
206,570.8
GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT:
(1) Employee group health benefits:
The purpose of the employee group health benefits program is to effectively administer comprehensive
health benefit plans to state and local government employees.
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
22,356.4
22,356.4
(b) Other
357,843.6
357,843.6
(c) Other financing uses
2,188.0
2,188.0
Performance measures:
(a) Efficiency: Percent change in state employee medical premium compared
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with the industry average
#3%
(b) Explanatory: Percent of eligible state employees purchasing state health
insurance
90%
(2) Risk management:
The purpose of the risk management program is to protect the state's assets against property, public
liability and workers' compensation, state unemployment compensation, local public bodies unemployment
compensation and surety bond losses so that agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and
responsive manner.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,309.8
4,309.8
(b) Other
1,207.0
1,207.0
(c) Other financing uses
2,201.3
2,201.3
Authorized FTE: 65.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of total risk management division accounts
receivable dollars uncollected one hundred twenty days
after invoice due date
10%
(b) Explanatory: Projected financial position of the public property fund
50%
(c) Explanatory: Projected financial position of the workers' compensation
fund
50%
(d) Explanatory: Projected financial position of the state and local
unemployment funds
50%
(e) Explanatory: Projected financial position of the public liability fund
50%
(3) Risk management funds:
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Appropriations:
(a) Public liability
45,366.7
45,366.7
(b) Surety bond
158.1
158.1
(c) Public property reserve
28,616.2
28,616.2
(d) Local public body unemployment
compensation reserve fund
3,517.7
3,517.7
(e) Workers' compensation
retention
16,783.4
16,783.4
(f) State unemployment
compensation
5,328.3
5,328.3
(g) Employee assistance
720.0
720.0
(4) State printing services:
The purpose of the state printing services program is to provide quality information processing services
that are both timely and cost-effective so agencies can perform their missions in an efficient and
responsive manner.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,365.6
1,365.6
(b) Contractual services
13.0
13.0
(c) Other
1,325.7
1,325.7
(d) Other financing uses
62.5
62.5
Authorized FTE: 26.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Efficiency: Percent of printing operations that break even,
including sixty days of operating reserve
95%
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(5) Business office space management and maintenance services:
The purpose of the business office space management and maintenance services program is to provide
employees and the public with effective property management and maintenance so that agencies can perform
their missions in an efficient and responsive manner.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
7,804.1
7,804.1
(b) Contractual services
509.3
509.3
(c) Other
6,675.1
6,675.1
(d) Other financing uses
162.7
162.7
Authorized FTE: 173.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Annual percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions for
state-owned buildings served by building services division
3%
(b) Outcome:
Percent of electricity purchased by state agencies from
renewable energy sources
90%
(c) Output:
Percent of major facility equipment replaced in Santa Fe
buildings that reached expected life
85%
(d) Explanatory: Percent of state-controlled space occupied
90%
(e) Efficiency: Percent of property control capital projects on schedule
within approved budget
90%
(6) Transportation services:
The purpose of the transportation services program is to provide centralized and effective administration
of the state's motor pool and aircraft transportation services so that agencies can perform their
missions in an efficient and responsive manner.
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,129.3
2,129.3
(b) Contractual services
79.0
79.0
(c) Other
9,033.5
9,033.5
(d) Other financing uses
342.5
342.5
Authorized FTE: 38.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of cars and other light-duty vehicles purchased by
state agencies that exceed existing federal fuel efficiency
standards for passenger vehicles
94.5%
(b) Explanatory: Percent of state vehicle fleet beyond five-year/sixty
thousand miles standard
50%
(c) Efficiency: Percent of total available aircraft fleet hours used
90%
(d) Explanatory: Percent of short-term vehicle use
90%
(7) Procurement services:
The purpose of the procurement services program is to provide a procurement process for tangible property
for government entities to ensure compliance with the Procurement Code so that agencies can perform their
missions in an efficient and responsive manner.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,351.1
357.8
1,708.9
(b) Other
205.9
84.7
290.6
(c) Other financing uses
70.3
16.2
86.5
Authorized FTE: 26.00 Permanent
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Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of all price agreement renewals considered for
"best value" strategic sourcing option
5%
(b) Quality:
Percent of customers satisfied with procurement services
80%
(8) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to manage the program performance process to demonstrate success.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,021.0
3,021.0
(b) Contractual services
332.5
332.5
(c) Other
537.9
537.9
(d) Other financing uses
1.0
1.0
Authorized FTE: 40.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Quality:
Percent of prior-year audit findings resolved
95%
(b) Efficiency: Average number of working days to process purchase orders
and invoices
4 and 8
Subtotal
526,077.2
EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT BOARD:
(1) Educational retirement:
The purpose of the educational retirement program is to provide secure retirement benefits to active and
retired members so they can have secure monthly benefits when their careers are finished.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,929.0
3,929.0
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(b) Contractual services
27,581.8
27,581.8
(c) Other
820.0
820.0
Authorized FTE: 55.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement program of the educational retirement
board in the contractual services category includes twenty-five million three hundred sixty thousand
seven hundred dollars ($25,360,700) to be used only for investment manager fees.
The other state funds appropriation to the educational retirement program of the educational
retirement board in the contractual services category includes four hundred forty-seven thousand one
hundred dollars ($447,100) for payment of custody services associated with the fiscal agent contract upon
monthly assessments.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Average rate of return over a cumulative five-year period
8%
(b) Outcome:
Funding period of unfunded actuarial accrued liability, in
years
#30
Subtotal
32,330.8
NEW MEXICO SENTENCING COMMISSION:
The purpose of the New Mexico sentencing commission is to provide information, analysis, recommendations
and assistance from a coordinated cross-agency perspective to the public and to the three branches of
government so policymakers have the resources they need to make decisions that benefit the criminal and
juvenile justice systems.
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
811.4
30.0
841.4
(b) Other
8.5
8.5
Subtotal
849.9
PUBLIC DEFENDER DEPARTMENT:
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(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 mandates to adequately fund a statewide indigent defense
system.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
25,273.1
25,273.1
(b) Contractual services
11,370.2
40.0
11,410.2
(c) Other
6,020.6
144.0
6,164.6
Authorized FTE: 394.00 Permanent
The general fund appropriation to the criminal legal services program of the public defender department
in the personal services and employee benefits category includes seventy-four thousand dollars ($74,000)
and two permanent full-time-equivalent positions for the mental health court program at Bernalillo county
metropolitan court.
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of alternative sentencing treatment placements for
felony and juvenile clients
4,800
(b) Output:
Number of expert witness services approved by the department
3,500
(c) Quality:
Percent of felony cases resulting in a reduction of
original formally filed charges
40%
(d) Efficiency: Percent of cases in which application fees were collected
35%
(e) Explanatory: Annual attorney full-time-equivalent turnover rate
9%
Subtotal
42,847.9
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GOVERNOR:
(1) Executive management and leadership:
The purpose of the executive management and leadership program is to provide appropriate management and
leadership 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
4,085.7
4,085.7
(b) Contractual services
110.2
110.2
(c) Other
465.1
465.1
Authorized FTE: 42.30 Permanent
Subtotal
4,661.0
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:
(1) State ombudsman:
The purpose of the state ombudsman program is to facilitate and promote cooperation and understanding
between the citizens of New Mexico and the agencies of state government, refer any complaints or special
problems citizens may have to the proper entities and keep records of activities and make an annual
report to the governor.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
724.3
724.3
(b) Contractual services
68.1
68.1
(c) Other
51.0
51.0
Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent
Subtotal 843.4
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DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:
(1) Enterprise services:
The purpose of the enterprise services program is to provide enterprise information technology and
customer support services and training; to improve and streamline agency systems by promoting
consolidation of services duplicated within agencies; and to provide oversight and compliance through
project certification and compliance monitoring with the state’s information technology strategic plan
and the state information architecture plan.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,057.0
4,920.7
5,977.7
(b) Contractual services
1,273.7
1,273.7
(c) Other
1,713.9
1,713.9
(d) Other financing uses
1,998.1
1,998.1
Authorized FTE: 77.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of executive agency certified projects reviewed
monthly for compliance and oversight requirements
100%
(b) Output:
Amount of information technology savings, cost avoidance or
both realized through enterprise services and promotion of
multi-agency initiatives, in millions
$5
(2) Enterprise operations:
The purpose of the enterprise operations program is to provide reliable and secure infrastructure for
voice, radio, video and data communications through the state’s enterprise data center and
telecommunications network.
Appropriations:
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(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
6,973.7
6,973.7
(b) Contractual services
8,192.7
8,192.7
(c) Other
19,555.2
19,555.2
(d) Other financing uses
1,936.9
1,936.9
Authorized FTE: 99.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of servers successfully backed up as scheduled
100%
(b) Outcome:
Percent of unscheduled downtime of the mainframe
0.01%
(3) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide management and ensure cost recovery and allocation services
through leadership, policies, procedures and administrative support for the department.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,072.2
3,072.2
(b) Contractual services
170.0
170.0
(c) Other
253.0
253.0
Authorized FTE: 43.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of accounts receivable dollars collected within
sixty days of the invoice due date
95%
(b) Outcome:
Dollar amount of account receivables over sixty days
$500,000
(c) Outcome:
Percent of mainframe services meeting federal standards for
cost recovery
95%
(d) Outcome:
Percent of voice, data, and radio services meeting federal
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standards for cost recovery
95%
Subtotal
51,117.1
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION:
(1) Pension administration:
The purpose of the pension administration program is to provide information, retirement benefits and an
actuarially sound fund to association members so they can receive the defined benefit they are entitled
to when they retire from public service.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
5,646.6
5,646.6
(b) Contractual services
32,653.7
32,653.7
(c) Other
1,288.7
1,288.7
Authorized FTE: 76.00 Permanent; 12.00 Term
The other state funds appropriation to the pension administration program of the public employees
retirement association in the contractual services category includes twenty-nine million three hundred
eighty-five thousand dollars ($29,385,000) to be used only for investment manager fees.
The other state funds appropriation to the pension administration program of the public employees
retirement association in the contractual services category includes one million four hundred thousand
dollars ($1,400,000) to be used only for fiscal agent custody services.
The other state funds appropriation to the pension administration program of the public employees
retirement association in the contractual services category includes six hundred thousand dollars
($600,000) to be used only for investment-related legal fees.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Five-year average annualized investment returns to exceed
internal benchmark, in basis points
>50
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(b) Outcome:
Five-year annualized performance ranking in a national
survey of fifty to sixty similar large public pension plans
in the United States, as a percentile
>49th
(c) Efficiency: Average number of days to respond to requests for benefit
estimates, military buy-backs, and service credit
verifications
30-45
(d) Explanatory: Number of years needed to finance the unfunded actuarial
accrued liability for the public employees retirement fund
with current statutory contribution rates
30 or less
Subtotal
39,589.0
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 the benefit of government agencies, historical repositories
and the public and to effectively create, preserve, protect and properly dispose of records and
facilitate their use and understanding and protect the interests of the citizens of New Mexico.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,424.5
52.2
10.5
2,487.2
(b) Contractual services
153.0
9.1
162.1
(c) Other
382.4
119.9
502.3
Authorized FTE: 40.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Maximum number of days between rule effective date and
online availability
34
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Subtotal
3,151.6
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
2,632.8
2,632.8
(b) Contractual services
693.7
693.7
(c) Other
889.2
450.0
1,339.2
Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent; 1.00 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of new voting machines tested
100%
(b) Output:
Number of newly registered voters
50,000
(c) Output:
Number of training sessions provided to all county clerks
on changes to the Election Code
2
Subtotal
4,665.7
PERSONNEL BOARD:
(1) Human resource management:
The purpose of the human resource management program is to provide through a flexible merit system
opportunities, appropriate compensation, human resource accountability and employee development that meet
the evolving needs of the agencies, employees, applicants and the public so economy and efficiency in the
management of state affairs may be provided while protecting the interests of the public.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits
4,253.6
4,253.6
(b) Contractual services
36.5
36.5
(c) Other
315.5
60.0
375.5
Authorized FTE: 65.00 Permanent
Any unexpended balances in the state employee career development conference fund remaining at the end of
fiscal year 2009 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 authorization
99%
(b) Outcome:
Average number of days to fill a vacant position
90
(c) Outcome:
Percent of large agencies that incorporate the state
personnel office core management training objectives into
their agency-specific management training
100%
(d) Outcome:
Percent of managers in medium to small agencies who
successfully complete the management and supervision
training sponsored by the state personnel office
80%
(e) Outcome:
Percent of union grievances resolved prior to formal
arbitration
95%
(f) Outcome:
Percent of new employees who successfully complete their
probationary period
85%
(g) Outcome:
Number of rule compliance review audits performed during
the fiscal year
5
(h) Output:
Percent of eligible employees with a completed performance
appraisal on record at the close of the fiscal year
99%
(i) Output:
Number of personnel system review audits performed during
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the fiscal year
4
(j) Output:
Percent of rule compliance review audit exceptions
corrected within six months of discovery
100%
Subtotal
4,665.6
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LABOR RELATIONS BOARD:
The purpose of the public employee labor relations board is to assure all state and local public body
employees have the right to organize and bargain collectively with their employers or to refrain from
such.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
253.0
253.0
(b) Contractual services
4.5
4.5
(c) Other
84.7
84.7
Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
Subtotal
342.2
STATE TREASURER:
The purpose of the state treasurer is to provide a financial environment that maintains maximum
accountability for receipt, investment and disbursement of public funds to protect the financial
interests of New Mexico citizens.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,171.7
3,171.7
(b) Contractual services
401.0
20.0
421.0
(c) Other
938.7
938.7
Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent
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Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
One-year annualized investment return on general fund
portfolio to exceed internal benchmarks, in basis points
5
(b) Outcome:
One-year annualized investment return on local government
investment pool to exceed internal benchmark, in basis
points
5
Subtotal
4,531.4
TOTAL GENERAL CONTROL
201,747.9 368,680.1 908,070.5
17,878.1 1,496,376.6
D. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ARCHITECTS:
(1) Architectural registration:
The purpose of the architectural registration program is to safeguard life and property and promote the
public welfare by reviewing evidence of the professional qualification of any person applying to practice
architecture in New Mexico.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
250.3
250.3
(b) Contractual services
14.4
14.4
(c) Other
84.3
84.3
Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent
Subtotal
349.0
BORDER AUTHORITY:
(1) Border development:
The purpose of the border development program is to encourage and foster development of the state by
developing port facilities and infrastructure at international ports of entry to attract new industries
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and businesses to the New Mexico border and to assist industries, businesses and the traveling public in
their efficient and effective use of ports and related facilities.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
377.4
377.4
(b) Contractual services
76.0
76.0
(c) Other
113.2
113.2
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Annual trade share of New Mexico ports within the west
Texas and New Mexico region
3%
Subtotal
566.6
TOURISM DEPARTMENT:
(1) Marketing and promotion:
The purpose of the marketing and promotion program is to produce and provide collateral, editorial and
special events for the consumer and trade so that they may increase their awareness of New Mexico as a
premier tourist destination.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,796.2
1,796.2
(b) Contractual services
367.2
367.2
(c) Other
5,131.9
85.0
5,216.9
Authorized FTE: 39.50 Permanent; 1.00 Term
The general fund appropriation to the marketing and promotion program of the tourism department in the
other category includes fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to promote cultural tourism.
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The general fund appropriation to the marketing and promotion program of the tourism department in
the other category includes four million dollars ($4,000,000) for direct marketing, promotion and
advertising, of which one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) shall be used on statewide advertising
efforts with the state parks division of the energy, minerals and natural resources department and one
hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) shall be used on statewide advertising efforts with the cultural
affairs department.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
New Mexico's domestic tourism market share
1.25%
(b) Output:
Print advertising conversion rate
25%
(c) Output:
Broadcast conversion rate
34%
(d) Explanatory: Number of visits to visitor information centers
1,100,000
(2) Tourism development:
The purpose of the tourism development program is to provide constituent services for communities,
regions and other entities so that they may identify their needs and assistance can be provided to locate
resources to fill those needs, whether internal or external to the organization.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
238.0
238.0
476.0
(b) Contractual services
20.0
155.0
175.0
(c) Other
1,264.4
894.2
2,158.6
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent
The general fund appropriation to the tourism development program of the tourism department in the other
category includes one million dollars ($1,000,000) for the cooperative advertising program.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Pounds of litter removed
4,500,000
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(b) Outcome:
Number of partnered cooperative advertising applications
received
35
(c) Efficiency: Number of off-highway vehicle trails developed
3
(3) New Mexico magazine:
The purpose of the New Mexico magazine program is to produce a monthly magazine and ancillary products
for a state and global audience so that the audience can learn about New Mexico from cultural, historical
and educational perspectives.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,143.9
1,143.9
(b) Contractual services
952.9
952.9
(c) Other
2,321.8
2,321.8
Authorized FTE: 17.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Relative qualified circulation
±1%
(b) Outcome:
Circulation rate
109,000
(c) Output:
Advertising revenue per issue, in thousands
$125
(4) Sports authority:
The purpose of the New Mexico sports authority is to recruit new events and retain existing events for
professional and amateur sports to advance the economy and tourism in the state.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
241.1
241.1
(b) Contractual services
76.5
76.5
(c) Other
185.6
185.6
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Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Number of new major sporting events attracted to New Mexico
1
(b) Outcome:
Number of new minor sporting events attracted to New Mexico
8
(5) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide administrative assistance to support the department’s
programs and personnel so they may be successful in implementing and reaching their strategic initiatives
and maintaining full compliance with state rules and regulations.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits 1,382.6
1,382.6
(b) Contractual services 76.8 76.8
(c) Other 556.5 556.5
Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent
Subtotal 17,127.6
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT:
(1) Economic development:
The purpose of the economic development program is to assist communities in preparing their role in the
new economy, focusing on high-quality job creation and improved infrastructure, so New Mexicans can
increase their wealth and improve their quality of life.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,968.4
1,968.4
(b) Contractual services
1,567.0
100.0
1,667.0
(c) Other
225.3
225.3
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Authorized FTE: 28.00 Permanent
The general fund appropriation to the economic development program of the economic development department
in the contractual services category includes an additional one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000)
for manufacturing extension services, contingent on the receipt of money from the national institute of
standards and technology to operate a manufacturing center in New Mexico that is approved by the national
institute of standards and technology.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Total number of rural jobs created
1,500
(b) Outcome:
Total number of jobs created through business relocations
facilitated by the economic development partnership
2,200
(c) Outcome:
Percent of employees whose wages were subsidized by the job
training incentive program still employed by the company
after one year
60%
(d) Outcome:
Annual net increase in jobs created due to economic
development department efforts
6,000
(e) Outcome:
Number of jobs created by mainstreet
250
(2) Film:
The purpose of the film program is to maintain the core business for film location services and stimulate
growth in digital film media to maintain the economic vitality of the New Mexico film industry.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
784.9
784.9
(b) Contractual services
195.0
195.0
(c) Other
397.9
397.9
Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent
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Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Number of films and media projects principally made in New
Mexico
80
(b) Output:
Number of media industry worker days
175,000
(3) Mexican affairs:
The purpose of the Mexican affairs program is to produce new high-paying employment opportunities for New
Mexicans so they can increase their wealth and improve their quality of life.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
272.4
272.4
(b) Contractual services
180.5
180.5
(c) Other
105.8
105.8
Authorized FTE: 4.00 Permanent
The general fund appropriation to the Mexican affairs program of the economic development department in
the contractual services category includes forty thousand dollars ($40,000) for economic development
workshops with the North American institute and sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) for border area economic
development through the binational sustainability laboratory.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Dollar value of New Mexico exports to Mexico as a result of
the Mexican affairs program, in millions
$350
(4) Technology commercialization:
The purpose of the technology commercialization program is to increase the start-up, relocation and
growth of technology-based businesses in New Mexico to give New Mexico citizens the opportunity for high-
paying jobs.
Appropriations:
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employee benefits
242.6
242.6
(b) Other
33.9
33.9
Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Amount of investment as a result of office of science and
technology efforts, in millions
$10
(b) Output:
Number of new angel investors found as a result of office
of science and technology efforts
12
(5) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide central direction to agency management processes and fiscal
support to agency programs to ensure consistency, continuity and legal compliance.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,696.6
1,696.6
(b) Contractual services
1,658.0
1,658.0
(c) Other
286.9
286.9
Authorized FTE: 23.00 Permanent
Subtotal 9,715.2
REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT:
(1) Construction industries and manufactured housing:
The purpose of the construction industries and manufactured housing program is to provide code compliance
oversight; issue licenses, permits and citations; perform inspections; administer examinations; process
complaints; and enforce laws and rules relating to general construction and manufactured housing
standards to industry professionals.
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
8,121.4
8,121.4
(b) Contractual services
74.0
74.0
(c) Other
1,825.4
350.0
109.0
2,284.4
Authorized FTE: 135.00 Permanent; 3.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of consumer complaint cases resolved out of the
total number of complaints filed
90%
(b) Efficiency: Percent of reviews of commercial plans completed within a
standard time based on valuation of project
90%
(2) Financial institutions and securities:
The purpose of the financial institutions and securities program is to issue charters and licenses;
perform examinations; investigate complaints; enforce laws and rules; and promote investor protection and
confidence so that capital formation is maximized and a secure financial infrastructure is available to
support economic development.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,756.0
128.0
2,884.0
(b) Contractual services
8.8
198.5
207.3
(c) Other
441.2
168.1
609.3
Authorized FTE: 46.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of statutorily complete applications processed
within a standard number of days by type of application
93%
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(b) Outcome:
Percent of examination reports mailed to a depository
institution within thirty days of exit from the institution
or the exit conference meeting
100%
(3) Alcohol and gaming:
The purpose of the alcohol and gaming program is to regulate the sale, service and public consumption of
alcoholic beverages; regulate the holding, operating and conducting of certain games of chance by
licensing qualified people; and, in cooperation with the department of public safety, enforce the Liquor
Control Act and the Bingo and Raffle Act to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of and
visitors to New Mexico.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
922.9
922.9
(b) Contractual services
62.4
62.4
(c) Other
74.0
74.0
Authorized FTE: 16.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of days to resolve an administrative citation
46
(b) Outcome:
Number of days to issue new or transfer liquor licenses
125
(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
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employee benefits
1,898.7
65.6
695.3
2,659.6
(b) Contractual services
168.5
80.5
249.0
(c) Other
397.7
329.2
726.9
Authorized FTE: 35.70 Permanent; 1.00 Term
(5) New Mexico state board of public accountancy:
The purpose of the state board of public accountancy program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
272.8
272.8
(b) Contractual services
20.0
20.0
(c) Other
137.5
137.5
(d) Other financing uses
67.7
67.7
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
(6) Board of acupuncture and oriental medicine:
The purpose of the acupuncture and oriental medicine board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
158.6
158.6
(b) Contractual services
19.2
19.2
(c) Other
16.1
16.1
(d) Other financing uses
16.1
16.1
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Authorized FTE: 3.20 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process completed application and
issue a license
5
(7) New Mexico athletic commission:
The purpose of the athletic commission program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
70.4
70.4
(b) Contractual services
14.0
14.0
(c) Other
21.7
21.7
(d) Other financing uses
23.0
23.0
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(8) Athletic trainer practice board:
The purpose of the athletic trainer practice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance
and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
11.1
11.1
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0.9
0.9
(c) Other
6.4
6.4
(d) Other financing uses
2.9
2.9
Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(9) Board of barbers and cosmetologists:
The purpose of the barbers and cosmetologists board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance
and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
613.6
613.6
(b) Contractual services
54.0
54.0
(c) Other
84.3
84.3
(d) Other financing uses
140.4
140.4
Authorized FTE: 12.90 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(10) Chiropractic board:
The purpose of the chiropractic board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
122.3
122.3
(b) Contractual services
1.6
1.6
(c) Other
25.6
25.6
(d) Other financing uses
18.4
18.4
Authorized FTE: 2.10 Permanent
(11) Counseling and therapy practice board:
The purpose of the counseling and therapy practice board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
278.6
278.6
(b) Contractual services
15.5
15.5
(c) Other
107.4
107.4
(d) Other financing uses
67.1
67.1
Authorized FTE: 5.90 Permanent
(12) New Mexico board of dental health care:
The purpose of the dental health care board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
301.8
301.8
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21.7
21.7
(c) Other
60.7
60.7
(d) Other financing uses
64.1
64.1
Authorized FTE: 5.90 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(13) Interior design board:
The purpose of the interior design board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
10.9
10.9
(b) Other
11.5
11.5
(c) Other financing uses
6.7
6.7
Authorized FTE: .20 Permanent
(14) Board of landscape architects:
The purpose of the landscape architects board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
21.9
21.9
(b) Contractual services
0.3
0.3
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10.6
10.6
(d) Other financing uses
4.6
4.6
Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent
(15) Massage therapy board:
The purpose of the massage therapy board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
185.3
185.3
(b) Contractual services
18.0
18.0
(c) Other
48.8
48.8
(d) Other financing uses
37.9
37.9
Authorized FTE: 3.50 Permanent
(16) Board of nursing home administrators:
The purpose of the nursing home administrators board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
34.4
34.4
(b) Contractual services
0.2
0.2
(c) Other
8.2
8.2
(d) Other financing uses
7.3
7.3
Authorized FTE: .60 Permanent
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(17) Nutrition and dietetics practice board:
The purpose of the nutrition and dietetics practice board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
20.7
20.7
(b) Other
12.2
12.2
(c) Other financing uses
3.2
3.2
Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent
(18) Board of examiners for occupational therapy:
The purpose of the occupational therapy practice board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
44.6
44.6
(b) Contractual services
2.0
2.0
(c) Other
17.6
17.6
(d) Other financing uses
9.3
9.3
Authorized FTE: .60 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(19) Board of optometry:
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The purpose of the optometry board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory
services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
44.9
44.9
(b) Contractual services
11.5
11.5
(c) Other
12.8
12.8
(d) Other financing uses
9.4
9.4
Authorized FTE: .80 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(20) Board of osteopathic medical examiners:
The purpose of the osteopathic medical examiners board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
66.0
66.0
(b) Contractual services
2.0
2.0
(c) Other
24.4
24.4
(d) Other financing uses
8.3
8.3
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Permanent
(21) Board of pharmacy:
The purpose of the pharmacy board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory
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services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,130.7
1,130.7
(b) Contractual services
30.9
30.9
(c) Other
242.3
242.3
(d) Other financing uses
263.7
263.7
Authorized FTE: 12.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(b) Efficiency: Average number of hours to respond to telephone complaints
24
(22) Physical therapy board:
The purpose of the physical therapy board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
90.3
90.3
(b) Contractual services
3.0
3.0
(c) Other
26.5
26.5
(d) Other financing uses
19.1
19.1
Authorized FTE: 1.60 Permanent
(23) Board of podiatry:
The purpose of the podiatry board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory
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services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
19.2
19.2
(b) Contractual services
0.5
0.5
(c) Other
10.8
10.8
(d) Other financing uses
3.7
3.7
Authorized FTE: .30 Permanent
(24) Private investigations advisory board:
The purpose of the private investigations advisory board program is to provide efficient licensing,
compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are
qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
74.8
74.8
(b) Contractual services
5.0
5.0
(c) Other
30.8
30.8
(d) Other financing uses
23.9
23.9
Authorized FTE: 1.40 Permanent
(25) New Mexico state board of psychologist examiners:
The purpose of the psychologist examiners board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits
116.5
116.5
(b) Contractual services
20.0
20.0
(c) Other
44.1
44.1
(d) Other financing uses
34.4
34.4
Authorized FTE: 2.30 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
and issue a license
5
(26) Real estate appraisers board:
The purpose of the real estate appraisers board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
97.3
97.3
(b) Contractual services
12.5
12.5
(c) Other
34.7
34.7
(d) Other financing uses
26.4
26.4
Authorized FTE: 2.10 Permanent
(27) New Mexico real estate commission:
The purpose of the real estate commission program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits
535.9
535.9
(b) Contractual services
261.5
261.5
(c) Other
251.0
251.0
(d) Other financing uses
277.6
277.6
Authorized FTE: 11.00 Permanent
(28) Advisory board of respiratory care practitioners:
The purpose of the respiratory care board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
52.1
52.1
(b) Other
6.3
6.3
(c) Other financing uses
9.6
9.6
Authorized FTE: .80 Permanent
(29) Board of social work examiners:
The purpose of the social work examiners board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
253.4
253.4
(b) Contractual services
3.0
3.0
(c) Other
84.8
84.8
(d) Other financing uses
47.7
47.7
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Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
(30) Speech language pathology, audiology and hearing aid dispensing practices board:
The purpose of the speech language pathology, audiology and hearing aid dispensing practices board
program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and regulatory services to protect the public by
ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
122.8
122.8
(b) Contractual services
2.7
2.7
(c) Other
21.2
21.2
(d) Other financing uses
23.3
23.3
Authorized FTE: 2.00 Permanent
(31) Board of thanatopractice:
The purpose of the thanatopractice board program is to provide efficient licensing, compliance and
regulatory services to protect the public by ensuring that licensed professionals are qualified to
practice.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
83.3
83.3
(b) Contractual services
7.5
7.5
(c) Other
30.3
30.3
(d) Other financing uses
18.1
18.1
Authorized FTE: 1.80 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Average number of days to process a completed application
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and issue a license
5
(32) Naprapathic practice board:
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
5.4
5.4
(33) Animal sheltering services board:
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
145.7
122.5
268.2
(b) Contractual services
8.0
8.0
(c) Other
28.5
28.5
(d) Other financing uses
21.0
21.0
Authorized FTE: 4.60 Permanent
(34) Signed language interpreting practices board:
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
105.9
105.9
(b) Contractual services
8.0
8.0
(c) Other
45.2
45.2
(d) Other financing uses
20.9
20.9
Authorized FTE: 2.40 Permanent
Subtotal 27,370.5
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, adjudication and policy initiatives to ensure
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the provisions of adequate and reliable services at fair, just and reasonable rates so that the interests
of the consumers and regulated industries are balanced to promote and protect the public interest.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
7,176.6
152.0
7,328.6
(b) Contractual services
256.1
256.1
(c) Other
809.8
809.8
Authorized FTE: 89.70 Permanent
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the policy and regulation program of
the public regulation commission in the personal services and employee benefits category includes fifty
thousand dollars ($50,000) from the pipeline safety fund and one hundred two thousand dollars ($102,000)
from the insurance operations fund.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Comparison of average commercial electric rates between
major New Mexico utilities and selected utilities in
regional western states
±5%
(b) Outcome:
Comparison of average residential electric rates between
major New Mexico utilities and selected utilities in
regional western states
±5%
(c) Outcome:
The amount of kilowatt hours of renewable energy provided
annually by New Mexico's electric utilities, measured as a
percent of total retail kilowatt hours sold by New Mexico's
electric utilities to New Mexico's retail electric utility
customers
6%
(d) Efficiency: Average number of days for a rate case to reach final order
<230
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(2) Insurance policy:
The purpose of the insurance policy program is to assure easy public access to reliable insurance
products that meet consumers' needs and are underwritten by dependable, reputable, financially sound
companies that charge fair rates and are represented by trustworthy, qualified agents, while promoting a
positive competitive business climate.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
6,037.6
6,037.6
(b) Contractual services
446.5
446.5
(c) Other
1,061.4
1,061.4
Authorized FTE: 88.00 Permanent
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the insurance policy program of the
public regulation commission include forty-two thousand four hundred dollars ($42,400) from the title
insurance maintenance assessment fund, one hundred six thousand one hundred dollars ($106,100) from the
insurance fraud fund, four hundred seventy-nine thousand seven hundred dollars ($479,700) from the
agents’ surcharge fund, two hundred forty-nine thousand two hundred dollars ($249,200) from the patient's
compensation fund, and five million one hundred thirty-nine thousand five hundred dollars ($5,139,500)
from the insurance operations fund.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the insurance policy program of
the public regulation commission include one million one hundred forty-nine thousand two hundred dollars
($1,149,200) for the insurance fraud bureau from the insurance fraud fund.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the insurance policy program of
the public regulation commission include three hundred seventy-nine thousand four hundred dollars
($379,400) for the title insurance bureau from the title insurance maintenance assessment fund.
Performance measures:
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(a) Output:
Percent of internal and external insurance-related
grievances closed within one hundred eighty days of filing
90%
(b) Efficiency: Percent of insurance fraud bureau complaints processed and
recommended for either further administrative action or
closure within sixty days
85%
(3) Public safety:
The purpose of the public safety program is to provide services and resources to the appropriate entities
to enhance their ability to protect the public from fire and pipeline hazards and other risks as assigned
to the public regulation commission.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,139.4
370.9
3,510.3
(b) Contractual services
333.1
16.4
349.5
(c) Other
1,998.5
209.4
2,207.9
Authorized FTE: 52.30 Permanent; 1.00 Term
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the
public regulation commission include two million five hundred twenty-three thousand nine hundred dollars
($2,523,900) for the office of the state fire marshal from the fire protection fund.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the
public regulation commission include one million seven hundred forty-six thousand three hundred dollars
($1,746,300) for the firefighter training academy from the fire protection fund.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public safety program of the
public regulation commission include eight hundred ninety-five thousand dollars ($895,000) for the
pipeline safety bureau from the pipeline safety fund.
Performance measures:
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(a) Outcome:
Percent of statewide fire districts with insurance office
ratings of eight or better
75%
(b) Outcome:
Percent of fire departments' insurance service office
ratings of nine or ten that have been reviewed by survey or
audit
90%
(c) Output:
Number of personnel completing training through the state
firefighter training academy
4,000
(4) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide administrative support and direction to ensure consistency,
compliance, financial integrity and fulfillment of the agency mission.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,698.5
418.6
3,117.1
(b) Contractual services
95.4
14.7
110.1
(c) Other
396.7
65.4
462.1
Authorized FTE: 53.00 Permanent
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to program support of the public
regulation commission include two hundred ninety-five thousand dollars ($295,000) from the fire
protection fund, eighty-five thousand four hundred dollars ($85,400) from the insurance fraud fund,
sixty-two thousand four hundred dollars ($62,400) from the reproduction fund, forty thousand five hundred
dollars ($40,500) from the title insurance maintenance assessment fund, and fifteen thousand four hundred
dollars ($15,400) from the patient’s compensation fund.
(5) Patient’s compensation fund:
Appropriations:
(a) Contractual services
435.0
435.0
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(b) Other
10,050.0
10,050.0
(c) Other financing uses
264.6
264.6
Subtotal
36,446.6
MEDICAL BOARD:
(1) Licensing and certification:
The purpose of the licensing and certification program is to provide regulation and licensure to medical
doctors, physician assistants and anesthesiologist assistants and to ensure competent and ethical medical
care to consumers.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
956.3
956.3
(b) Contractual services
325.9
325.9
(c) Other
305.0
305.0
Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of tri-annual physician licenses issued or renewed
3,623
(b) Output:
Number of biennial physician assistant licenses issued or
renewed
294
(c) Outcome:
Number of days to issue a physician license
80
Subtotal
1,587.2
BOARD OF NURSING:
(1) Licensing and certification:
The purpose of the licensing and certification program is to provide regulations to nurses, hemodialysis
technicians, medication aides and their education and training programs so they can provide competent and
professional healthcare services to consumers.
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Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,188.6
1,188.6
(b) Contractual services
213.5
213.5
(c) Other
543.4
543.4
Authorized FTE: 19.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of licenses issued
13,400
Subtotal
1,945.5
NEW MEXICO STATE FAIR:
The purpose of the state fair program is to promote the New Mexico state fair as a year-round operation
with venues, events and facilities that provide for greater use of the assets of the agency.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
90.0
6,751.5
6,841.5
(b) Contractual services
248.0
3,582.3
3,830.3
(c) Other
70.0
3,943.0
695.0
4,708.0
Authorized FTE: 78.00 Permanent
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the New Mexico state fair in the other
category includes six hundred ninety-five thousand dollars ($695,000) from parimutuel revenues for debt
service on negotiable bonds issued for capital improvements.
The general fund appropriation to the New Mexico state fair includes four hundred eight thousand
dollars ($408,000) for the operation of the African-American performing arts center and exhibit hall at
the New Mexico state fair.
Performance measures:
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(a) Outcome:
Percent of surveyed attendees at the annual state fair
event rating their experience as satisfactory or better
94%
(b) Output:
Number of paid attendees at annual state fair event
550,000
(c) Output:
Percent of surveyed attendees at the annual state fair
event indicating the state fair has improved
48%
(d) Output:
Number of total attendees at annual state fair event
750,000
Subtotal
15,379.8
STATE BOARD OF LICENSURE FOR PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS:
(1) Regulation and licensing:
The purpose of the regulation and licensing program is to regulate the practices of engineering and
surveying in the state as they relate to the welfare of the public in safeguarding life, health and
property and to provide consumers with licensed professional engineers and licensed professional
surveyors.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
335.6
335.6
(b) Contractual services
80.1
80.1
(c) Other
234.2
234.2
Authorized FTE: 7.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of licenses or certifications issued
600
Subtotal
649.9
GAMING CONTROL BOARD:
(1) Gaming control:
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The purpose of the gaming control program is to provide strictly regulated gaming activities and to
promote responsible gaming to the citizens of New Mexico so they can attain a strong level of confidence
in the board's administration of gambling laws and assurance that the state has honest and competitive
gaming free from criminal and corruptive elements and influences.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,268.1
4,268.1
(b) Contractual services
740.7
740.7
(c) Other
1,370.6
1,370.6
Authorized FTE: 63.00 Permanent; .50 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Ratio of gaming revenue generated to general funds expended
22:1
(b) Output:
Percent variance identified between actual tribal quarterly
payments to the state and the audited financial statements
received from the tribe for 2008 calendar year
<10%
(c) Quality:
Percent of time central monitoring system is operational
100%
Subtotal
6,379.4
STATE RACING COMMISSION:
(1) Horseracing regulation:
The purpose of the horse racing regulation program is to provide regulation in an equitable manner to New
Mexico’s parimutuel horse racing industry and to protect the interest of wagering patrons and the state
of New Mexico in a manner that promotes a climate of economic prosperity for horsemen, horse owners and
racetrack management.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
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employee benefits
1,177.4
1,177.4
(b) Contractual services
925.0
925.0
(c) Other
291.7
291.7
Authorized FTE: 17.30 Permanent; .60 Term; 1.80 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of equine samples testing positive for illegal
substances
0.8%
(b) Efficiency: Average regulatory cost per live race day at each racetrack
$4,000
Subtotal
2,394.1
BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICINE:
(1) Veterinary licensing and regulatory:
The purpose of the veterinary licensing and regulatory program is to regulate the profession of
veterinary medicine in accordance with the Veterinary Practice Act and to promote continuous improvement
in veterinary practices and management in order to protect the public.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
150.7
150.7
(b) Contractual services
94.5
94.5
(c) Other
54.1
54.1
Authorized FTE: 3.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of veterinarian licenses issued annually
70
Subtotal
299.3
CUMBRES AND TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD COMMISSION:
The purpose of the Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad commission is to provide railroad excursions into
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the scenic San Juan mountains.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
68.6
68.6
137.2
(b) Contractual services
10.9
3,413.0
10.8
3,434.7
(c) Other
20.5
20.6
41.1
Authorized FTE: 2.90 Permanent
Any revenues generated by the Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad commission in fiscal year 2009, such as
ticket sales, are appropriated to the Cumbres and Toltec scenic railroad commission for use toward
operating expenses of the railroad.
Subtotal
3,613.0
OFFICE OF MILITARY BASE PLANNING AND SUPPORT:
The purpose of the office of military base planning and support is to provide advice to the governor and
lieutenant governor on New Mexico's four military installations, to work with community support groups,
to ensure that state initiatives are complementary of community actions and to identify and address
appropriate state-level issues that will contribute to the long-term viability of New Mexico military
installations.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
108.4
108.4
(b) Contractual services
20.0
20.0
(c) Other
25.9
25.9
Authorized FTE: 1.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Number of community support organizations benefitting from
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the activities of the commission and the office
3
Subtotal
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SPACEPORT AUTHORITY:
The purpose of the spaceport authority is to finance, design, develop, construct, equip and safely
operate spaceport America and thereby generate significant high technology economic development
throughout the state.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
517.3
517.3
(b) Contractual services
25.0
25.0
(c) Other
121.3
121.3
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Annual aerospace jobs created due to spaceport authority
efforts
150
(b) Output:
Number of visitors to the x-prize cup
50,000
Subtotal
663.6
TOTAL COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 59,947.8 46,953.7 17,034.4
705.7 124,641.6
E. AGRICULTURE, ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
CULTURAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT:
(1) Museums and monuments:
The purpose of the museums and monuments program is to develop and enhance the quality of state museums
and monuments by providing the highest standards in exhibitions, performances and programs showcasing the
arts, history and science of New Mexico and cultural traditions worldwide.
Appropriations:
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employee benefits
16,343.4
2,361.3
44.2
18,748.9
(b) Contractual services
1,164.3
715.6
20.8
1,900.7
(c) Other
5,064.4
1,555.7
6,620.1
Authorized FTE: 329.00 Permanent; 48.30 Term
The general fund appropriation to the museums and monuments program of the cultural affairs department in
the contractual services category includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for planning and
implementing the Santa Fe international folk art market.
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Attendance to museum and monument exhibitions,
performances, films and other presenting programs
805,000
(b) Output:
Number of participants to off-site educational, outreach
and special events related to museum missions
95,000
(c) Output:
Number of participants at on-site educational, outreach and
special events related to museum missions
325,000
(2) Preservation:
The purpose of the preservation program is to identify, study and protect New Mexico's unique cultural
resources, including its archaeological sites, architectural and engineering achievements, cultural
landscapes and diverse heritage.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
913.8
734.4
1,935.0
819.5
4,402.7
(b) Contractual services
1.3
180.0
200.0
381.3
(c) Other
71.0
249.6
361.1
681.7
Authorized FTE: 35.00 Permanent; 40.50 Term; 6.00 Temporary
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The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the preservation program of the
cultural affairs department include one million four hundred thousand dollars ($1,400,000) from the
department of transportation for archaeological studies related to highway projects.
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations
distributed to communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque
and Las Cruces
63%
(b) Output:
Number of participants in educational, outreach and special
events related to preservation mission
5,800
(c) Output:
Dollar value of construction underway on historic buildings
using state and federal tax credits, in millions
$4.4
(d) Output:
Annually completed number of historic structures preserved,
using preservation tax credits
47
(3) Library services:
The purpose of the library services program is to empower libraries to support the educational, economic
and health goals of their communities and to deliver direct library and information services to those who
need them.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
2,227.0
961.4
3,188.4
(b) Contractual services
951.0
739.8
1,690.8
(c) Other
903.3
35.0
448.1
1,386.4
Authorized FTE: 42.00 Permanent; 19.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations
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distributed to communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque
and Las Cruces
75%
(b) Output:
Total number of library materials catalogued in system wide
access to libraries in state agencies and keystone library
automation system online databases, available through the
internet
995,000
(c) Output:
Number of participants in educational, outreach and special
events related to library mission
20,700
(4) Arts:
The purpose of the arts program is to preserve, enhance and develop the arts in New Mexico through
partnerships, public awareness and education.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
833.8
146.4
980.2
(b) Contractual services
1,125.9
403.6
1,529.5
(c) Other
135.8
135.8
Authorized FTE: 11.50 Permanent; 4.50 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Number of professional organizations supported throughout
New Mexico for arts activities
166
(b) Outcome:
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations
distributed to communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque
and Las Cruces
35%
(c) Output:
Number of clients provided professional development
training in arts industry
4,000
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(d) Output:
Attendance at programs provided by arts organizations
statewide, funded by New Mexico arts from recurring
appropriations
1,500,000
(e) Output:
Number of musicians, music groups and businesses supporting
the music industry who have registered on nmmusic.org
website
1,000
(f) Output:
Number of participants in educational and outreach programs
and workshops, including participants from rural areas
4,300
(g) Output:
Number of individuals or businesses provided training in
establishing and marketing arts-based cottage industries
1,000
(5) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to deliver effective, efficient, high-quality services in concert with
the core agenda of the governor.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,462.2
3,462.2
(b) Contractual services
545.9
2.8
548.7
(c) Other
393.6
27.2
420.8
Authorized FTE: 45.70 Permanent; 2.00 Temporary
Any unexpended balances in the cultural affairs department remaining at the end of fiscal year 2009 from
appropriations made from the general fund shall not revert.
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent reduction in number of budget adjustment requests
processed annually, excluding budget adjustment requests
for additional revenues
5%
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(b) Outcome:
Percent of performance targets in the General Appropriation
Act, met (excluding this measure)
80%
Subtotal
46,078.2
NEW MEXICO LIVESTOCK BOARD:
(1) Livestock inspection:
The purpose of the livestock inspection program is to protect the livestock industry from loss of
livestock by theft or straying and to help control the spread of dangerous diseases of livestock.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
921.3
2,708.9
3,630.2
(b) Contractual services
252.1
252.1
(c) Other
888.1
888.1
Authorized FTE: 64.50 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Number of livestock thefts reported per one thousand head
inspected
1
(b) Output:
Number of road stops per month
90
(2) Meat inspection:
The purpose of the meat inspection program is to provide meat inspection service to meat processors and
slaughterers to assure consumers of clean, wholesome and safe products.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
182.6
182.6
(b) Contractual services
6.7
6.7
(c) Other
69.7
103.3
173.0
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Authorized FTE: 8.50 Permanent
(3) Administration:
The purpose of the administration program is to provide administrative and logistical services to
employees.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
132.7
454.0
586.7
(b) Contractual services
37.4
37.4
(c) Other
180.5
180.5
Authorized FTE: 8.00 Permanent
Beginning in fiscal year 2009,
the New Mexico livestock board shall submit vouchers to the department of
finance and administration and shall not be granted non-vouchering status
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Subtotal
5,937.3
DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISH:
(1) Sport hunting and fishing:
The purpose of the sport hunting and fishing program is to provide a statewide system for hunting
activities as well as self-sustaining and hatchery-supported fisheries, taking into account hunter
safety, quality hunts, high-demand areas, guides and outfitters, quotas and ensuring that local and
financial interests receive consideration.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
10.0
7,074.3
5,687.9
12,772.2
(b) Contractual services
691.3
598.9
1,290.2
(c) Other
85.0
3,563.0
1,890.2
5,538.2
(d) Other financing uses
124.3
373.0
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Authorized FTE: 193.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term; 2.00 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Angler opportunity and success
80%
(b) Outcome:
Number of days of elk hunting opportunity provided to New
Mexico resident hunters on an annual basis
165,000
(c) Outcome:
Percent of public hunting licenses drawn by New Mexico
resident hunters
80%
(d) Output:
Annual output of fish from the department's hatchery
system, in pounds
425,000
(2) Conservation services:
The purpose of the conservation services program is to provide information and technical guidance to any
person wishing to conserve and enhance wildlife habitat and recover indigenous species of threatened and
endangered wildlife.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
198.1
808.2
1,551.2
2,557.5
(b) Contractual services
20.0
517.6
1,002.8
1,540.4
(c) Other
20.0
5.0
2,676.4
946.0
3,647.4
Authorized FTE: 32.00 Permanent; 8.00 Term; .50 Temporary
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Number of acres of wildlife habitat conserved, enhanced or
positively affected statewide
100,000
(b) Output:
Number of recreational days of access provided by gaining
access into nature project
10,000
(3) Wildlife depredation and nuisance abatement:
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The purpose of the wildlife depredation and nuisance abatement program is to provide complaint
administration and intervention processes to private landowners, leaseholders and other New Mexicans so
they may be relieved of and precluded from property damage, annoyances or risks to public safety caused
by protected wildlife.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
339.1
339.1
(b) Contractual services
128.7
128.7
(c) Other
727.3
727.3
Authorized FTE: 5.00 Permanent
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of depredation complaints resolved within one year
95%
(4) Program support:
The purpose of program support is to provide an adequate and flexible system of direction, oversight,
accountability and support to all divisions so they may successfully attain planned outcomes for all
department programs.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
4,340.9
110.8
4,451.7
(b) Contractual services
568.7
17.5
586.2
(c) Other
2,123.0
110.0
2,233.0
Authorized FTE: 59.00 Permanent; 1.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Output:
Percent of special hunt applications processed without error
99.8%
Subtotal
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ENERGY, MINERALS AND NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT:
(1) Renewable energy and energy efficiency:
The purpose of the renewable energy and energy efficiency program is to develop and implement clean
energy programs in order to decrease per capita energy consumption; use New Mexico's substantial
renewable energy resources; minimize local, regional and global air emissions; lessen dependence on
foreign oil; and reduce in-state water demands associated with fossil-fueled electrical generation.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
1,198.6
138.0
1,336.6
(b) Contractual services
3.4
457.5
460.9
(c) Other
2.1
203.6
205.7
Authorized FTE: 13.00 Permanent; 2.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent reduction in energy use in public facilities
receiving energy efficiency retrofit projects through the
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Bonding Act, the
Public Facilities Energy Efficiency Act, the Water
Conservation Act or the clean energy projects program
15%
(b) Outcome:
Percent of total transportation fuels used by state
agencies produced from renewable sources
10%
(c) Outcome:
Percent of retail electricity sales from investor-owned
utilities in New Mexico from renewable energy sources
10%
(2) Healthy forests:
The purpose of the healthy forests program is to promote the health of New Mexico's forest lands by
managing wildfires, mitigating urban interface fire threats and providing stewardship of private and
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state forest lands and associated watersheds.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
3,054.7
216.5
962.7
4,233.9
(b) Contractual services
119.6
2.0
1,296.7
1,418.3
(c) Other
606.9
443.2
1,852.8
2,902.9
Authorized FTE: 59.00 Permanent; 11.00 Term
Performance measures:
(a) Outcome:
Percent of at-risk communities participating in
collaborative wildfire protection planning
25%
(b) Output:
Number of nonfederal wildland firefighters provided
professional and technical incident command system training
500
(c) Output:
Number of acres restored in New Mexico's forests and
watersheds
8,000
(3) State parks:
The purpose of the state parks program is to create the best recreational opportunities possible in state
parks by preserving cultural and natural resources, continuously improving facilities and providing
quality, fun activities and to do it all efficiently.
Appropriations:
(a) Personal services and
employee benefits
10,626.2
2,313.6
663.9
13,603.7
(b) Contractual services
362.2
250.5
3,033.6
3,646.3
(c) Other
2,083.1
5,155.5
2,620.3
2,909.3
12,768.2
(d) Other financing uses
2,659.1
2,659.1
Authorized FTE: 239.00 Permanent; 6.00 Term; 48.00 Temporary
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