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STATE OF NEW MEXICO
EXECUTIVE BUDGET RECOMMENDATION
Fiscal Year 2016
(July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016)
GOVERNOR SUSANA MARTINEZ
January 2015
Prepared by:
State Budget Division
Department of Finance and Administration
190 Bataan Memorial Building
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 827-3640
(505) 827-3861 (fax)
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Thomas E. Clifford, Ph.D, Cabinet Secretary
Andrew Jacobson, Deputy Cabinet Secretary
STATE BUDGET DIVISION
Michael Marcelli, State Budget Division Director
Richard Blair, State Budget Division Deputy Director
Executive Analysts
Andrew Miner
Bryson Frazier
Cinthia Martinez
Cyndi Montoya
Ed Smith
Ellen Veseth
Jacqueline Martinez
Joe Giannotto
Kristy Borrego Ojinaga
Latishia Ortiz
Michael Regensberg
Robert McGrail
Steve Riggs
Betty Garcia, Office Manager
Prepared by:
State Budget Division
Department of Finance and Administration
190 Bataan Memorial Building
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 827-3640
(505) 827-3861 (fax)
Overview of Executive Recommendation
Highlights of Executive Recommendation
The FY16 Executive Budget Recommendation is the fifth consecutive balanced budget
proposed by Governor Susana Martinez that addresses the essential needs of New Mexicans
while also making strategic investments to build for a more prosperous future. In just four years,
Governor Martinez has led the state to overcome a $450 million budget shortfall and rebuild
funding for essential public services. This was accomplished through comprehensive tax reforms
and sustained revenue growth. This FY16 Executive Budget Recommendation (hereafter
“Recommendation”) addresses many pressing challenges, including: reforming education to
ensure our children can read and are prepared for the future, increasing resources for public
safety and child welfare, providing necessary health care services for those most in need, and
enacting economic development measures designed to support small businesses and make New
Mexico more competitive for job growth.
The Recommendation is based on the General Fund Revenue outlook prepared by the
economists of the legislative and executive branches, known as the “consensus group”
(Appendix A). Details of their forecast are presented in Appendix A. Total recurring revenue
increased by a healthy 5.8 percent in FY14, in large part due to a 25 percent jump in revenue
based on crude oil and natural gas production. Due to the recent decline in oil and gas prices,
recurring revenue growth is expected to fall to 1.3 percent in FY15 before rebounding by 2.8
percent in FY16. General Fund reserves were 10.8 percent of recurring appropriations at the end
of FY14. These reserves are adequate to ensure the budget is sustainable despite revenue
volatility.
The current General Fund Revenue Outlook is subject to greater-than-usual uncertainty
due to the recent decline of oil and natural gas prices. Although most of the decline in prices was
incorporated in the Outlook prepared in December, both oil and gas prices have been subject to
additional declines since its preparation. Most analysts expect prices to rebound over the course
of the coming year as low prices lead to less production and increased consumption. Another
factor mitigating the impact of falling oil and gas prices is the additional revenue generated by
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increased consumer spending on goods and services due to savings realized at the gasoline
pump. As has been the practice in the past, the consensus revenue estimating group will be
asked to review an adjusted Outlook before the budget receives final approval in the House of
Representatives. This review will provide the most current and objective analysis of revenues to
serve as the basis for developing the budget for the State of New Mexico.
Total “new money,” the excess of FY16 revenue over FY15 recurring appropriations, is
$141 million - enough for a 2.3 percent increase in total recurring spending, or for targeted tax
cuts. Priorities targeted for this spending in the Recommendation include: $68 million for public
school support and education reforms; $4 million to continue public safety compensation
improvements for commissioned law enforcement officers; $6 million to offer additional law
enforcement training academies and for better recruitment of forensic scientists and emergency
dispatchers; $10.5 million for caseload growth and other program needs at the Department of
Corrections; $10 million to improve child protection and other programs at the Children, Youth
and Families Department; $32 million to fully fund necessary increases in the Medicaid
program; and $6 million to institutions of higher education as they graduate more students wellprepared to thrive in the New Mexico workforce. The Recommendation also includes $1.5
million in new funding to expand the successful “New Mexico True” advertising campaign, and
$2 million to expand the MainStreet and Job Training Incentive Programs (JTIP) vital to
supporting the growth of small businesses throughout New Mexico.
The Executive Recommendation contains $105.5 million for non-recurring General Fund
needs. Major components include: $50 million for Local Economic Development Act (LEDA)
closing fund grants to help in the recruitment and retention of companies and jobs; $18 million
for critical information technology needs throughout state government; $2.5 million for a
reformed higher education endowment program targeting science and technology research and
education; $11 million to fulfill financial obligations in several higher education work study and
loan repayment programs; $6.5 million in Lottery Scholarship funding to ensure nearly full
funding of the Scholarship for the next three semesters; $1 million in Technology Research
Collaborative funding to improve technology transfers from our national labs and universities to
an emerging high-tech business sector in the state; and $5.5 million in non-recurring funding for
the JTIP program.
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Through this Recommendation, Governor Martinez continues her commitment to
responsible spending and efficient governance, while focusing investments on economic growth
initiatives and public education reforms. This Recommendation serves as the starting point for
productive and cooperative negotiations with the legislature to meet the needs of the people of
New Mexico.
K-12 PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT
This Recommendation increases recurring General Fund spending for public education in
FY16 by $68 million, a 2.5 percent increase over FY15. This increase reflects a commitment of
over 48 percent of new recurring revenues to public education. Including this increase, total
General Fund recurring spending for public education in FY16 is projected to be $2.783 billion,
or 44 percent of total recurring appropriations - the highest total in the State’s history.
“Above-the-Line” Spending: $43.1 million
The Recommendation includes an increase of $43.1 million in direct distributions to
school districts and charter schools through the State Equalization Guarantee (SEG), also known
as “above-the-line” spending. This funding, distributed through the Public School Funding
Formula is discretionary to local school boards and governing bodies of charter schools,
provided that the special program needs contained in the funding formula are met. In addition, if
a public school has been rated D or F for two consecutive years, the department shall ensure that
the local school board or governing body of a charter school is prioritizing resources of the
public school toward proven programs and methods linked to improved student achievement
until the public school earns a C or better for two consecutive years.
One of the most significant provisions of the “above-the-line” spending budget
recommendation is $15.2 million for the “At-Risk” component signed into law by the governor
in 2014. This law contains reporting by school districts and charter schools on the methods
implemented to increase student achievement, and how the “At Risk” dollars will assist with
closing the achievement gaps.
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Other components of the “above-the-line” spending Recommendation include funding for
projected growth in student enrollment ($11.1 million), and accounts for the cost increases
associated with insurance and other fixed costs borne by school districts and charter schools
($10.5 million). This recommendation also contains $6.7 million for a 6.3 percent increase in the
annual minimum salary for Level 1 teachers from $32,000 to $34,000. The proposed change will
help to attract and retain qualified teachers, and will affect approximately 2,356 teachers across
the state.
Categorical and Supplemental appropriations, which are not included in the SEG
formula, include funding for transportation, out of state tuition, emergency supplemental,
instructional materials, dual credit instructional materials and Indian education. Transportation
funding is recommended at $99.8 million to pay for the costs associated with transporting
students to and from school. These include funding for maintenance and operations, fuel and
contractor bus rental fees. The Recommendation also includes funding for instructional
materials to be used by districts, charter schools and non-public schools to purchase instructional
materials at no cost to students. For FY15, $20 million was appropriated to the instructional
material fund from recurring revenues, with another $5 million from nonrecurring sources. The
Recommendation consolidates this funding in the instructional materials fund, all from recurring
revenue.
Targeted Program or “Below the Line” Spending: $21.7 million
The Recommendation includes increased funding for targeted interventions and programs
“below-the-line” by $21.7 million. These appropriation recommendations are part of the Public
School Support appropriation but have specific uses tied to them and must be spent according to
specific requirements. Unlike the “above-the-line” appropriations that can be spent on
unspecified purposes, “below-the-line” funds must be used for initiatives and programs that are
proven to improve outcomes for students. This recommended increase brings total below-theline spending on these targeted investments to 4.6 percent of the total recurring spending on
public education in the Recommendation.
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1. School Supply Bucket for Teachers: $2.3 Million This Recommendation provides funding to allow teachers to purchase much needed
classroom supplies and instructional materials for their students. Each teacher will receive
$100.00 to be used specifically for classroom supplies and materials. The Public Education
Department (PED) will administer the program and partner with a bank to issue prepaid debit
cards to be distributed to each teacher in the state.
2. Recruitment of Certain Hard-to-Staff Teachers: $1.5 Million
This Recommendation provides funding for districts and charter schools seeking to
recruit or retain effective, highly effective, or exemplary teachers who specializing in PreK12 special education or who are endorsed in bilingual education. Funding will be targeted to
establish recruitment incentives for bilingual and special education teachers, continue
incentives to retain highly qualified math and science teachers, and provide additional
support for bilingual or special education teachers in their first two years. Funds will also
apply to other hard to recruitment positions identified by school districts and charter schools.
3. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM): $2.5 million
The Recommendation provides for an additional $0.5 million for the STEM initiative
launched by the Martinez Administration. This funding provides for materials, training and
recruitment of STEM related teachers, and programs for school districts and charter schools
across New Mexico.
4. Teachers Pursuing Excellence Mentorship Initiative: $2.5 Million
This recommendation provides funding to allow for the development of a Teachers
Pursuing Excellence mentorship program, modeled after the Principals Pursing Excellence
(PPE) program, which contributed to over 50 percent of participating schools increasing their
letter grade in the first year of implementation. Teachers Pursuing Excellence will partner
high performing teachers with struggling teachers for mentorship, sharing of best practices
and direct support.
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5. Teacher and School Leader Programs and Supports for Training Preparation,
Recruitment and Retention: $9.0 Million
This Recommendation provides increased funding to meet additional demand for the
established Performance Incentive Pay Pilot Program. Using local expertise and negotiating
with local partners, school districts and charter schools will create innovative systems to
reward teachers and principals for their excellence. The program will allow districts and
charters the ability to pilot an incentive pay program, increase the retention of high
performing teachers and principals, and improve performance through incentive pay policies.
6. Interventions and Support for Students, Struggling Schools and Parents: $12.5
Million
This Recommendation provides $12.5 million in funding for interventions and support
for students, struggling schools and parents, a $2.0 million increase over FY15. Through the
A-F School Grading Act, PED is able to identify struggling schools and support students and
teachers with targeted interventions. This allows for differentiated technical assistance,
opportunities for professional development, data-driven decision-making training and
resources for best practices.
7. K-3 Plus: $22.2 Million
This Recommendation provides a $1 million increase in the K-3 Plus program, which
provides summer tutoring to struggling readers. At this funding level, services will reach
approximately 23,000 students. Priority is given to serving the students most in need of
assistance. K-3 Plus is coordinating with the New Mexico Reads to Lead! initiative to
provide professional development for teachers and administrators, offering parent training
and support, and supporting the effective use of reading coaches.
8. Pre-Kindergarten: $21.0 Million
This Recommendation provides a $1.8 million increase to $21 million in funding for the
New Mexico Pre-Kindergarten Program, which is jointly administered by PED and the
Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD). This program provides increased access
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to voluntary high-quality pre-kindergarten programs, developmentally appropriate activities,
linguistically and culturally appropriate curriculum and focus on school readiness. In FY15,
funding provided half-day programs for 4,589 students and extended day programs for 493
students. Funding for Pre-K and the number of students served each year has doubled under
the Martinez Administration.
COMPENSATION REFORMS
The Recommendation includes $4 million in targeted compensation increases for
commissioned officers at the Department of Public Safety. This continues the phased approach
taken by the Martinez Administration to raise pay for new recruits and seasoned officers. Such
an increase is necessary to address significant salary gaps compared to other public safety
entities and problems with the recruitment and retention highly qualified officers.
HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Department (HED): $1.0 million
The Recommendation provides $1.0 million for a Social Worker Loan Repayment program
administered by HED. The increase will target gains in the supply of social workers by granting
awards to students attending New Mexico institutions of higher education. The increase will aid
in establishing much needed qualified professionals in designated shortage areas within the state,
while also supporting the students in this career path by assisting the individual with repayment
of outstanding student loans.
Higher Education Institutions: $6.1 million
For state institutions of higher education, the Recommendation includes an increase of
$6.1 million in the Instruction and General (I&G) category of their budgets. The funding is
distributed through a formula that rewards institutions based on their performance in producing
state-desired outcomes.
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The I&G formula is a distributive model which protects a significant portion of each
institution’s base, while carving out a portion to be re-distributed (along with new money) based
on performance. The Executive recommendation results in 8 percent of the FY16 I&G budget to
be allocated based on institutional performance outcomes continuing the Administration’s policy
of increasing targeted funding each year.
In the Recommendation outcomes funding is comprised of $44.2 million carved from the
base, plus $4.8 million of new money, for a total of $49 million. The formula distributes this
outcomes funding as follows:

Total Degree and Certificate Awards
27%

Awards to At-Risk
13.5%

Awards to STEM-H
13.5%

Mission Measures
20%

Workload (SCH)
25%

Base Operating Costs
1%
For this year, an additional $1.2 million is available in order to provide for both Hold
Harmless and Stop/Loss provisions. The Hold Harmless provision is enacted for an institution
that receives a reduction in funding through the formula but can demonstrate improved
performance in production of raw total awards from one three year period to the current three
year period. In this case, that institution would not face a reduction in funding and would be held
flat to the prior year amount. The Stop/Loss provision dictates that a reduction in funding for
any institution will be capped at 1 percent from their previous year’s I&G funding.
The Recommendation also provides an increase to the University of New Mexico’s
Health Sciences Center of $0.9 million. The increase will help to meet the need for more medical
residencies in New Mexico, focusing on general surgery, internal medicine and psychiatry.
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Human Services Department (HSD): $33.8 million Medicaid enrollment continues to exceed projections and expected to exceed 785,000 by
the end of FY15, growing to over 820,000 by the end of FY16. This total includes over 215,000
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newly eligible adult beneficiaries who are participating in the program as a result of the decision
by Governor Martinez to expand Medicaid in 2013. The expansion includes more adults than
originally anticipated who qualify for Medicaid under pre-expansion eligibility criteria and are,
therefore, not eligible for the higher federal match rate. This change, along with higher than
anticipated enrollment growth and medical cost inflation, are the basis for the addition of $32
million in General Fund expenditures proposed in this Recommendation to fully fund the
program in FY16.
The Recommendation includes $0.7 million for the Medical Assistance Division to
expand administration services, primarily for quality review, cost reporting, actuarial analysis,
and the development of new payment methodology. These improvements will help ensure that
taxpayer money is being used to produce the best health care and health outcomes for New
Mexicans.
The Executive recommendation includes an addition $1 million to expand behavioral
health services. Additional funds will be used to develop a statewide crisis access line, to
provide transitional living services, and to expand non-Medicaid behavioral health services for
veterans.
Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD): $10.0 million
Funding for the Protective Services Division (PSD) in this Recommendation is $9.6 million
higher than the FY15 operating budget. The General Fund increase for this program is $6.7 million.
In FY14, protective services experienced an increase of 326 children in care as compared to the
previous fiscal year. In addition, more children in care are having increased medical and mental
health needs. The increase includes $1.5 million for additional care and support payments for foster
and adoptive children.
This Recommendation includes the expenditure of $2.1 million in General Fund for forty five
new positions to assist with child abuse investigations, reduce the amount of overtime paid to
current case workers, reduce burnout and create a more manageable workload for staff. The
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additional staff will have a positive impact on the retention rate of caseworkers.
The
Recommendation also includes the following community-based service expansions at the local
level to enhance the coordination of services between investigative agencies and to provide support
to at-risk families:
•
$1.2 million to establish seven additional Child Advocacy Centers, where CYFD
caseworkers or investigators, law enforcement officers who investigate child abuse, and
community providers will be co-located to coordinate the support of all the entities
investigating child abuse and neglect. This will ensure more comprehensive services are
provided to children and more coherent investigations conducted.
•
$1.0 million to establish five Family Support Services Sites. These sites will assist
families who frequently interact with CYFD by ensuring that family members are
receiving appropriate counseling and services, in an effort to prevent violence from
occurring in the home. The program is an intervention that targets families with three or
more referrals to PSD for screened-in allegations of child abuse and neglect.
•
$0.7 million to provide long-term supportive housing, including case management
services, for at-risk families.
The Recommendation for the Juvenile Justice Services Division (JJSD) includes a net
increase of approximately $2.5 million in General Fund expenditures over the FY15 operating
budget. Major initiatives include $0.8 million to open a twelve-bed reintegration center. This
center will open in the southwestern portion of the state and will allow for continued
regionalization, ensuring families of clients placed in this facility are able to participate in the
youth offender’s rehabilitative process and that the JJSD has sufficient beds available for clients
on supervised release and probation. The role of regionalized reintegration centers is vital to the
overall success of the Cambiar New Mexico model.
The Recommendation also includes $1 million in General Fund expenditures to help JJSD
fill vacant positions that are needed to provide the levels of supervision and support that are
necessary for the successful operation of the program. The additional funding will allow the JJSD
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to continuously recruit new employees, manage overtime cost, provide full coverage within the
facilities and field offices, and meet the challenges of the high turnover rate of Youth Care
Specialists.
The Behavioral Health Services Division budget recommendation reflects an overall
increase in General Fund expenditures of approximately $1.3 million. The increase represents a
transfer from the Early Childhood Services for the Infant Mental Health Program in the amount of
$0.7 million and new funding of $0.05 million to increase rates for Safe House interviews, and
$0.79 million to increase rates for Shelter Care. Rates for Safe House and Shelter Care have not
been adjusted for 10 years. CYFD is statutorily obligated to provide these services and this rate
increase will help ensure the availability of these services.
PUBLIC SAFETY
Crime Victims Reparation Commission: ($0.55 million)
This Recommendation includes a General Fund increase of $0.55 million for the Crime Victims
Reparation Commission. From FY13 to FY14, costs for victims’ medical payments and other
expenses have increased approximately 25 percent. In recent years, the agency has relied upon
special appropriations; supplemental requests; and “rolling forward” reimbursement requests into
the next fiscal year in order the meet budget requirements. In addition, the federal government
determined in 2013 that Indian Health Services is now the payer of last resort for Native
American victims of violent crime, thus increasing the burden on the Commission’s budget.
Corrections Department: ($10.5 million)
This Recommendation includes a base increase of $10.5 million from the General Fund
for the Corrections Department. This increase includes funds for elevated costs in care and
support for both the inmate management and control and community offender management
programs. In addition, the Recommendation supports a requested increase of $1.6 million for
medical contracts and funds for building repairs and maintenance at correctional facilities
statewide. The Recommendation also includes $0.8 million in General Fund expenditures for the
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expansion of the Security Threat Intelligence Unit to reduce the average caseload per
investigator, reduce the number of fugitives outstanding; and increase the overall percentage of
absconders apprehended.
Department of Public Safety: ($10.0 million)
The Recommendation includes a base increase of $10.0 million from the General Fund for the
Department of Public Safety. This increase includes several items in support of the agency’s
efforts to improve recruitment and retention of officers and other key positions. $4.0 million is
included for funding phase II of the compensation increase plan for commissioned state law
enforcement officers at DPS. In addition, $2.5 million is recommended to fund a second recruit
school in FY16, with a target of 30 additional officers graduating. $0.98 million is included to
fund six vacant motor transportation officers and five vacant forensic scientist positions, as well
as $0.8 million is included to fund thirteen new positions and critical needs in emergency
dispatch services. The recommendation also includes $1.4 million for increased liability,
unemployment and communication rate increases assessed by other state agencies.
Department of Military Affairs: ($0.1 million)
The Recommendation includes a base increase of $0.1 million from the General Fund to the
Department of Military Affairs for continued support of the Youth Challenge Program.
Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: ($0.25 million)
The Recommendation provides an additional $0.25 million in General Fund to the Department of
Homeland Security for one new position in emergency management assistance, and planning of
the Statewide Mass Notification System. GENERAL CONTROL
Taxation and Revenue Department: ($0.55 million)
The Recommendation includes an increase of $0.5 million, or 1 percent, to fund the agency’s
modernization efforts. A $0.1 million expansion of 2 FTE to the Property Tax Division is
recommended to oversee county property tax auctions on behalf of the agency. This expansion is
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recommended in addition to a $0.4 million increase for the Motor Vehicle Division to increase
the security of and centrally process driver’s licenses. Other increases are recommended for
temporary MVD clerks, property tax auction contractors, as well as for ONGARD and
TAPESTRY servers.
Public Defender Department: ($1.1 million)
This Recommendation includes a $1.1 million increase in order to fund increased staffing and
contract attorney services in areas where they are most urgently needed.
Department of Information Technology: ($0.2 million)
This Recommendation includes a $0.2 million increase to support the New Mexico Broadband
Program through the expansion of two full time employees.
Department of Finance and Administration (DFA): $0
The Recommendation for DFA is flat, while funding 6 CPA positions to assist with the New
Mexico Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). These positions will ensure the CAFR
is being audited in accordance with industry standards, will prevent undetected issues such as the
lack of cash account reconciliations and will ensure the CAFR is produced in a timely manner.
The funding for these expansions comes from the Recurring Special Appropriations administered
by DFA.
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
Tourism Department: ($1.5 million)
The Recommendation includes an increase of $1.5 million for the “New Mexico True”
marketing and promotion campaign of the Tourism Department.
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Economic Development Department: ($2.0 million)
The Recommendation includes an increase of $1.5 million for the Job Training Incentive
Program (JTIP), and a $0.5 million increase in funding for MainStreet development efforts
across the state.
NATURAL RESOURCES
Environment Department: ($0.5 million)
The Recommendation includes $0.5 million recruit and retain required technical and professional
staff.
State Engineer: ($1.0 million)
The Recommendation includes $0.57 million to hire seven additional staff to reduce
backlog and increase efficiency. The Water Resource Allocation Division continues to
experience an increase in work and demand for services, including the processing of water
permits, without adequate resources to meet those demands. The growing backlog impacts
business and development efforts throughout the state, and new tribal settlement agreements
require additional personnel for the administration of water rights including the management of
protests generated by the settlement agreements.
The Recommendation also includes $0.4 million for six additional information
management positions in order to achieve key agency initiatives, such as reducing the water right
application backlog and implementing critical real-time water measurement. The Office of the
State Engineer is increasingly reliant on information technology to effectively accomplish its
mission of protecting and managing the water resources in New Mexico. Each major
programmatic area within the agency, including water rights adjudications, active water resource
management, interstate compact compliance, and water rights application processing, is heavily
dependent upon information technology systems and solutions to achieve desired outcomes.
These positions are critical to meeting the significant demand for information technology
services, solutions to support the priorities of the programs, and improved services for
constituents.
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NON-RECURRING GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
The Recommendation includes $105.5 million in non-recurring General Fund
expenditures to meet critical needs at various state agencies. This level of non-recurring spending
maintains healthy reserves of at least 8.0 percent of recurring appropriations.
A significant use of non-recurring funding is for the Economic Development Department
to provide job incentive programs and other activities that spur economic development. The
Recommendation includes $50 million ($25 million in General Fund, and $25 million from
Severance Tax Bonds) for Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) funding for New Mexico
communities, $5.5 million for the Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP), and $0.5 million for
the MainStreet Program, which facilitates economic development projects that are particularly
crucial in rural areas of the state.
Education reform initiatives also constitute a significant portion of the Governor’s budget
proposal. These initiatives include $2.0 million to assist with the transition to Common Core
standards statewide, which will assist school districts and charter schools with benchmarking to
national standards. Another $2.0 million is directed for Emergency Supplementals to districts
facing shortfalls and declines in student enrollment.
The Recommendation budget proposal includes $11.0 million to cover special program
shortfalls in the Student Financial Aid program, as well as $6.5 million to ensure adequate
Lottery Scholarship funding levels. The recommendation also contains $2.5 million for a
reformed Higher Education Endowment Fund so that our universities can attract top professors
and researchers. $4.8 million is needed to pay costs of an FY09 lawsuit relating to union wages,
which was not provided by the legislature during the 2014 session. The Recommendation also
includes $18 million for IT projects, and $1.0 million for the Technology Research Collaborative
(TRC) through the Economic Development Department.
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Capital Outlay Priorities
A total of $502.9 million of Severance Tax Bond (STB) funding will be available for new
capital projects in the coming year. Most of this funding has been earmarked by statute or by
prior legislatures. The following chart illustrates the uses of state capital funding over the last
four fiscal years. The largest single category of use is public schools, followed by local capital
projects, higher education institutions and finally state agencies. One implication of the process
of spreading funding among so many recipients is that critical statewide needs are often
unfunded, or they require many years to gain sufficient funding.
Capital Appropriations 2011 ‐ 2014
HED (GOB & STB)
$319,139,454 18%
Public Schools
$726,917,482 42%
Local Projects (GOB, OSF & STB)
$475,050,722 27%
State Facilities (OSF)
State Facilities (STB)
$29,527,500 2%
$181,506,500 11%
GOB - General Obligation Bonds
OSF - Other State Funds
STB - Severance Tax Bonds
As illustrated in the following table, the state will have $230.8 million of STB funding
after earmarks and other commitments. The Recommendation utilizes $25 million of this
funding for Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) projects. Along with $25 million of
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General Fund money, this will give the State adequate resources to compete for the most
attractive new business opportunities. The Recommendation also includes $60 million of STB
proceeds be earmarked for highway infrastructure projects in the coming year, and a similar
amount in each of the next two years. This money can be used to leverage other funding sources
to enable completion of large-scale critical infrastructure projects around the state (refer to
Appendix B: Debt Affordability).
The Martinez Administration has made substantial progress in reforming the capital
outlay process in New Mexico, and additional initiatives are planned in the future. The State
needs to improve the process by which capital projects are planned, funded and managed. A
particular challenge is created by the State funding of local capital projects. Coordination is
often lacking between the Legislature, the Executive agencies and the local entities that are the
intended beneficiaries of these grants.
In response to Governor Martinez’s Executive Order 2013-006, Local governments have
made substantial progress in the area of improved financial accountability. This Order requires
entities to be in compliance with the State Audit Act in order to be approved for state capital
outlay funding. Approximately 26 percent of municipalities did not have current audits in 2013.
That number is down to 8 percent as of December 2014. In addition, state agencies are working
with local entities whose audits identified significant deficiencies and material weaknesses by
requiring special conditions or the use of a fiscal agent to manage the project and further
safeguard public funds.
One important new initiative is legislation to create a Capital Outlay Planning Division.
The legislation incorporates “good practices” identified in the National Association of State
Budget Officers, Capital Budgeting in the States Report. These include: specific and clear
definition of capital expenditures; identifying institutional responsibilities and developing capital
budgeting systems that target informational needs accordingly; maintaining centralized oversight
of capital projects to ensure consistency; ensuring effective legislative involvement occurs
throughout the capital budgeting process; maintaining a centralized database for state capital
assets to streamline the record keeping process; and identifying criteria used to set capital
infrastructure priorities and understand how priorities influence the selection of capital projects.
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Overview of Executive Recommendation
TAX REFORM
Bipartisan efforts led by Governor Martinez have transformed New Mexico’s tax policies,
creating a far more competitive environment for business investment and job growth.
Independent reviews show the state now has one of the most competitive tax policies for
manufacturers of any state in the Western United States. However, New Mexico’s tax laws still
contain many traps for the unwary, and they have been found to be especially punitive of new
investment by small businesses and headquarters operations. Several important tax reform
initiatives have been developed in the last several years that should be considered for action
during the coming legislative session. These include updates and expansions of the Angel
Investment Tax Credit, the Technology Jobs Tax Credit, and the Renewable Energy Production
Tax Credit. In addition, new initiatives under development should target the needs of small
businesses and headquarters. Finally, the state has long been criticized for the appearance of
unfairness because the hearing officers who adjudicate tax disputes are employees of the
Taxation and Revenue Department, which is a party to the disputes. This should be corrected
with new statute to create a truly independent hearing office to review these cases.
TRIBAL GAMING COMPACTS
Gaming compacts for five tribes entities are scheduled to expire at the end of FY15.
Those compacts have been renegotiated by the Martinez Administration and are expected to be
ready for review and approval by the legislature during the 2015 legislative session. If those
compacts were to expire without new compacts in place, the State would lose approximately $20
million dollars in annual revenue, and those five tribes would no longer be able to operate their
casinos. This would result in a significant number of lost jobs and over $200 million dollars in
lost annual revenue for those tribal governments. Once new compacts are completed and
approved, the associated revenue sharing payments will constitute an increase in future General
Fund revenue.
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Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Table 1
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
11100 Legislative Council Service
P111 Legislative Council Service
P114 Senate Chief Clerk
P115 House Chief Clerk
P116 Pre Session Expenditures
P119 Legislative Building Services
11200 Legislative Finance Committee
8,277.4
5,597.3
1,143.0
1,110.5
426.6
4,009.4
4,049.4
9,707.2
5,924.4
1,210.7
1,175.4
1,396.7
4,342.5
4,307.2
9,707.2
5,924.4
1,210.7
1,175.4
1,396.7
4,342.5
4,307.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
11700 Legislative Education Study Committee
1,221.7
1,297.1
1,297.1
0.0
0.0
17,557.9
19,654.0
19,654.0
0.0
0.0
1,534.9
1,547.4
1,547.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
836.6
858.3
858.3
0.0
0.0
21500 Court of Appeals
5,738.1
5,943.8
5,943.8
0.0
0.0
21600 Supreme Court
3,095.9
3,249.6
3,249.6
0.0
0.0
43,369.5
7,508.1
2,924.0
24,754.7
8,182.7
46,772.8
8,081.3
3,489.3
25,651.9
9,550.3
46,772.8
8,598.4
2,894.7
27,087.6
8,192.1
0.0
517.1
-594.6
1,435.7
-1,358.2
0.0
6.4
-17.0
5.6
-14.2
864.8
923.0
923.0
0.0
0.0
6,337.6
6,886.4
6,886.4
0.0
0.0
23200 Second Judicial District Court
21,765.7
23,062.9
23,062.9
0.0
0.0
23300 Third Judicial District Court
6,235.9
6,581.8
6,581.8
0.0
0.0
23400 Fourth Judicial District Court
2,144.1
2,252.7
2,252.7
0.0
0.0
23500 Fifth Judicial District Court
6,104.4
6,604.7
6,604.7
0.0
0.0
23600 Sixth Judicial District Court
3,122.1
3,249.6
3,249.6
0.0
0.0
23700 Seventh Judicial District Court
2,278.0
2,378.6
2,378.6
0.0
0.0
23800 Eighth Judicial District Court
2,809.6
2,906.5
2,906.5
0.0
0.0
23900 Ninth Judicial District Court
3,243.1
3,403.7
3,403.7
0.0
0.0
24000 Tenth Judicial District Court
798.2
889.0
889.0
0.0
0.0
24100 Eleventh Judicial District Court
5,973.8
6,309.1
6,309.1
0.0
0.0
24200 Twelfth Judicial District Court
3,090.7
3,277.0
3,277.0
0.0
0.0
Total Legislative
20500 Supreme Court Law Library
20800 New Mexico Compilation Commission
21000 Judicial Standards Commission
21800 Administrative Office of the Courts
P559 Administrative Support
P560 Statewide Judiciary Automation
P610 Magistrate Court
P620 Special Court Services
21900 Supreme Court Building Commission
23100 First Judicial District Court
6,507.9
7,113.7
7,113.7
0.0
0.0
22,843.3
23,795.6
23,795.6
0.0
0.0
4,874.9
5,262.3
5,262.3
0.0
0.0
25200 Second Judicial District Attorney
17,250.4
18,380.3
18,380.3
0.0
0.0
25300 Third Judicial District Attorney
4,447.9
4,716.1
4,716.1
0.0
0.0
25400 Fourth Judicial District Attorney
3,069.1
3,179.7
3,179.7
0.0
0.0
25500 Fifth Judicial District Attorney
4,585.8
4,872.1
4,872.1
0.0
0.0
25600 Sixth Judicial District Attorney
2,639.0
2,783.0
2,783.0
0.0
0.0
25700 Seventh Judicial District Attorney
2,402.3
2,504.3
2,504.3
0.0
0.0
24300 Thirteenth Judicial District Court
24400 Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court
25100 First Judicial District Attorney
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Table 1
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
25800 Eighth Judicial District Attorney
2,503.4
2,671.9
2,671.9
0.0
0.0
25900 Ninth Judicial District Attorney
2,699.4
2,853.1
2,853.1
0.0
0.0
26000 Tenth Judicial District Attorney
1,005.8
1,182.3
1,182.3
0.0
0.0
26100 Eleventh Judicial District Attorney, Division I
3,365.2
3,540.2
3,540.2
0.0
0.0
26200 Twelfth Judicial District Attorney
2,624.6
2,758.5
2,758.5
0.0
0.0
26300 Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney
4,843.3
5,037.6
5,037.6
0.0
0.0
26400 Administrative Office of the District Attorneys
2,058.4
2,207.5
2,207.5
0.0
0.0
26500 Eleventh Judicial District Attorney, Division II
2,101.8
2,207.8
2,207.8
0.0
0.0
209,165.5
222,162.9
222,162.9
0.0
0.0
30500 Attorney General
P625 Legal Services
P626 Medicaid Fraud
9,511.1
8,999.5
511.6
10,767.0
10,240.1
526.9
10,767.0
10,240.1
526.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
30800 State Auditor
2,899.9
3,170.3
3,170.3
0.0
0.0
54,952.4
19,084.7
22,430.2
11,483.9
0.0
1,953.6
57,839.3
20,882.3
22,368.3
12,558.6
0.0
2,030.1
58,389.3
21,562.1
22,647.0
12,674.8
0.0
1,505.4
550.0
679.8
278.7
116.2
0.0
-524.7
1.0
3.3
1.2
0.9
-25.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
21,736.6
3,399.4
1,621.4
3,813.3
4,877.8
8,024.7
26,262.2
3,440.1
1,310.8
4,134.4
6,069.2
11,307.7
26,262.2
3,445.1
1,166.2
4,134.4
7,247.0
10,269.5
0.0
5.0
-144.6
0.0
1,177.8
-1,038.2
0.0
0.1
-11.0
0.0
19.4
-9.2
34200 Public School Insurance Authority
P630 Benefits Program
P631 Risk Program
P632 Program Support
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
34300 Retiree Health Care Authority
P633 Healthcare Benefits Administration
P634 Program Support
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
13,842.5
14,367.7
14,743.7
376.0
2.6
0.0
1,425.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
11,914.7
502.0
0.0
0.0
1,275.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
12,444.5
647.8
0.0
0.0
1,201.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
12,960.4
581.6
0.0
0.0
-73.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
515.9
-66.2
0.0
-5.8
4.1
-10.2
-
Total Judicial
33300 Taxation and Revenue Department
P572 Program Support
P573 Tax Administration
P574 Motor Vehicle
P575 Property Tax
P579 Compliance Enforcement
33700 State Investment Council
34100 Department of Finance and Administration
P541 Policy Development, Fiscal Analysis and Budget Oversight
P542 Program Support
P543 Local Government Assistance and Fiscal Oversight
P544 Fiscal Management and Oversight
P545 DFA Special Appropriations
35000 General Services Department
P598
P604
P605
P606
P607
P608
P609
P700
Program Support
Procurement Services
State Printing Services
Risk Management
Employee Group Health Benefits
Facilities Maintenance Division
Transportation Services
Risk Management - Funds
35200 Educational Retirement Board
35400 New Mexico Sentencing Commission
35500 Public Defender Department
20
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
529.8
578.2
578.2
0.0
0.0
41,621.2
44,489.2
45,601.4
1,112.2
2.5
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Table 1
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
3,609.0
3,599.1
3,599.1
0.0
36000 Lieutenant Governor
588.2
588.2
588.2
0.0
0.0
36100 Department of Information Technology
P771 Program Support
P772 Compliance and Project Management
P773 Enterprise Services
P784 Equipment Replacement Fund
860.0
0.0
860.0
0.0
0.0
877.4
0.0
877.4
0.0
0.0
1,077.4
0.0
1,077.4
0.0
0.0
200.0
0.0
200.0
0.0
0.0
22.8
22.8
-
35600 Governor
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
36900 State Commission of Public Records
2,655.9
2,798.1
2,798.1
0.0
0.0
37000 Secretary of State
P642 Administration & Operations
P783 Elections
6,731.1
4,435.9
2,295.2
7,457.2
4,845.1
2,612.1
7,240.1
5,076.9
2,163.2
-217.1
231.8
-448.9
-2.9
4.8
-17.2
37800 Personnel Board
4,190.7
4,295.1
4,348.3
53.2
1.2
215.5
231.1
231.1
0.0
0.0
3,708.8
3,785.1
3,785.1
0.0
0.0
167,652.7
181,105.2
183,179.5
2,074.3
1.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
337.4
330.9
330.9
0.0
0.0
10,332.3
0.0
1,457.3
1,093.5
7,781.5
12,337.8
0.0
1,572.1
1,074.8
9,690.9
13,836.7
0.0
1,576.1
1,055.6
11,205.0
1,498.9
0.0
4.0
-19.2
1,514.1
12.1
0.3
-1.8
15.6
6,622.7
3,876.9
757.1
1,988.7
7,387.3
4,660.4
755.3
1,971.6
9,387.3
6,655.6
759.7
1,972.0
2,000.0
1,995.2
4.4
0.4
27.1
42.8
0.6
0.0
13,315.3
8,167.0
1,290.2
925.3
1,782.3
1,121.7
28.8
13,688.0
8,647.0
1,401.8
930.7
1,523.4
1,156.4
28.7
13,688.0
7,987.1
1,676.3
983.6
1,672.9
1,339.4
28.7
0.0
-659.9
274.5
52.9
149.5
183.0
0.0
0.0
-7.6
19.6
5.7
9.8
15.8
0.0
7,588.9
6,115.2
0.0
1,473.7
0.0
7,852.6
6,470.7
0.0
1,381.9
0.0
7,852.6
6,571.3
0.0
1,281.3
0.0
0.0
100.6
0.0
-100.6
0.0
0.0
1.6
-7.3
-
44000 Office of the Superintendent of Insurance
P790 Special Revenues
P795 Insurance Policy
P797 Patient's Compensation Fund
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
44600 Medical Board
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
44900 Board of Nursing
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
36600 Public Employees Retirement Association
37900 Public Employee Labor Relations Board
39400 State Treasurer
Total General Control
40400 Board of Examiners for Architects
41700 Border Authority
41800 Tourism Department
P546 New Mexico Magazine
P547 Program Support
P548 Tourism Development
P549 Marketing and Promotion
41900 Economic Development Department
P512 Economic Development Division
P514 Film
P526 Program Support
42000 Regulation and Licensing Department
P599 Construction Industries and Manufactured Housing
P600 Financial Institutions Division
P601 Alcohol and Gaming
P602 Program Support
P603 Securities Division
P610 Boards and Commissions Summary
43000 Public Regulation Commission
P611 Policy and Regulation
P612 Public Safety
P613 Program Support
P614 Special Revenues
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
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Table 1
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
46000 New Mexico State Fair
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
46400 State Board of Licensure for Engineers & Land Surveyors
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
46500 Gaming Control Board
5,577.9
5,724.5
5,809.5
85.0
1.5
46900 State Racing Commission
2,174.4
2,430.2
2,430.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
98.7
123.2
123.2
0.0
0.0
49100 Office of Military Base Planning and Support
145.5
200.5
200.5
0.0
0.0
49500 Spaceport Authority
459.9
463.1
463.1
0.0
0.0
Total Commerce and Industry
46,653.0
50,538.1
54,122.0
3,583.9
7.1
50500 Cultural Affairs Department
P536 Museums and Historic Sites
P537 Preservation
P539 Library Services
P540 Program Support
P761 Arts
29,044.7
19,208.5
539.3
3,909.3
4,001.2
1,386.4
30,373.3
19,930.2
661.1
4,307.3
4,042.0
1,432.7
30,748.3
20,008.5
720.2
4,304.4
4,042.0
1,673.2
375.0
78.3
59.1
-2.9
0.0
240.5
1.2
0.4
8.9
-0.1
0.0
16.8
981.2
1,400.9
1,400.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
21,117.7
604.0
3,017.6
10,823.4
387.0
3,618.8
2,666.9
22,566.2
615.0
3,991.5
11,092.4
394.4
3,670.0
2,802.9
16,816.2
815.0
4,241.5
5,342.4
544.4
2,670.0
3,202.9
-5,750.0
200.0
250.0
-5,750.0
150.0
-1,000.0
400.0
-25.5
32.5
6.3
-51.8
38.0
-27.2
14.3
47900 Board of Veterinary Medicine
49000 Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission
50800 New Mexico Livestock Board
51600 Department of Game and Fish
P716 Field Operations
P717 Conservation Services
P718 Wildlife Depredation and Nuisance Abatement
P719 Program Support
52100 Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
P740 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
P741 Healthy Forests
P742 State Parks
P743 Mine Reclamation
P744 Oil and Gas Conservation
P745 Program Leadership and Support
-
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
105.0
104.7
104.8
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
55000 State Engineer
8000 Irrigation Works Construction Fund
9000 Improvement of the Rio Grande Income Fund
P551 Water Resource Allocation
P552 Interstate Stream Compact Compliance and Water Develop
P553 Litigation and Adjudication
P554 Program Support
15,651.2
0.0
0.0
9,960.7
1,894.5
719.3
3,076.7
18,707.5
0.0
0.0
11,975.7
2,247.8
1,345.9
3,138.1
19,733.4
0.0
0.0
12,051.1
2,259.4
1,432.5
3,990.4
1,025.9
0.0
0.0
75.4
11.6
86.6
852.3
5.5
0.6
0.5
6.4
27.2
Total Agriculture, Energy and Natural Resources
66,899.8
73,152.6
68,803.6
-4,349.0
-5.9
60300 Office of African American Affairs
704.1
809.1
809.1
0.0
0.0
60400 Commission for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons
300.0
299.2
299.2
0.0
0.0
60500 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission
214.5
336.6
336.6
0.0
0.0
60600 Commission for the Blind
2,061.1
2,089.8
2,089.8
0.0
0.0
60900 Indian Affairs Department
2,422.5
2,701.1
2,701.1
0.0
0.0
52200 Youth Conservation Corps
53800 Intertribal Ceremonial Office
53900 Commissioner of Public Lands
22
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Table 1
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
45,008.0
3,618.8
1,986.2
10,795.5
28,607.5
47,491.3
3,964.6
2,187.0
11,166.6
30,173.1
47,741.3
3,977.1
2,202.4
11,388.7
30,173.1
250.0
12.5
15.4
222.1
0.0
0.5
0.3
0.7
2.0
0.0
1,036,615.3
12,246.1
8,633.1
820,098.2
47,845.0
105,370.0
42,422.9
1,012,947.9
16,091.0
7,946.6
810,713.1
45,771.6
93,930.0
38,495.6
1,046,697.9
17,366.7
7,946.6
832,188.4
44,495.6
105,205.0
39,495.6
33,750.0
1,275.7
0.0
21,475.3
-1,276.0
11,275.0
1,000.0
3.3
7.9
0.0
2.6
-2.8
12.0
2.6
3,507.4
174.4
1,299.5
613.4
1,253.7
166.4
0.0
11,389.0
364.4
1,566.8
7,982.1
1,361.5
114.2
0.0
11,389.0
864.4
1,566.8
7,482.1
1,361.5
114.2
0.0
0.0
500.0
0.0
-500.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
137.2
0.0
-6.3
0.0
0.0
-
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
64400 Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
P508 Rehabilitation Services Program
P509 Independent Living Services Program
P511 Disability Determination Program
5,636.0
4,429.4
1,206.6
0.0
5,800.1
4,515.9
1,284.2
0.0
5,800.1
4,515.9
1,284.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
64500 Governor's Commission on Disability
P698 Governor's Commission on Disability
P700 Brain Injury Advisory Council
1,042.7
921.8
120.9
1,323.0
1,101.3
221.7
1,323.0
1,101.3
221.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
64700 Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
P727 Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
P737 Office of Guardianship
4,837.6
702.6
4,135.0
5,207.8
770.8
4,437.0
5,207.8
770.8
4,437.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
62400 Aging and Long-Term Services Department
P591 Program Support
P592 Consumer and Elder Rights
P593 Adult Protective Services
P594 Aging Network
63000 Human Services Department
P522 Program Support
P523 Child Support Enforcement Division
P524 Medical Assistance
P525 Income Support
P766 Medicaid Behavioral Health
P767 Behavioral Health Services Division
63100 Workforce Solutions Department
P775 Unemployment Insurance Division
P776 Labor Relations Division
P777 Workforce Technology Division
P778 Employment Services Division
P779 Program Support
P780 Special Revenue
63200 Workers' Compensation Administration
P697 Workers' Compensation Administration
P780 Uninsured Employers' Fund
66200 Miners' Hospital of New Mexico
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
66500 Department of Health
P001 Administration
P002 Public Health
P003 Epidemiology and Response
302,270.5
12,163.8
64,820.1
8,352.6
307,971.0
12,367.0
65,307.6
8,517.0
307,971.0
5,796.8
65,307.6
15,087.2
0.0
-6,570.2
0.0
6,570.2
0.0
-53.1
0.0
77.1
7,444.1
65,356.8
139,660.3
4,472.8
0.0
8,482.5
59,712.4
148,908.0
4,676.5
0.0
8,482.5
59,712.4
148,908.0
4,676.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
11,381.2
0.0
2,427.0
1,999.1
4,940.5
2,014.6
12,757.8
0.0
2,591.9
2,621.6
5,499.4
2,044.9
13,257.8
0.0
3,095.4
2,719.6
5,491.3
1,951.5
500.0
0.0
503.5
98.0
-8.1
-93.4
3.9
19.4
3.7
-0.1
-4.6
P004
P006
P007
P008
P787
Laboratory Services
Facilities Management
Developmental Disabilities Support
Health Certification Licensing and Oversight
Medical Cannabis Program
66700 Department of Environment
1111 Special Revenue
P567 Resource Management Program
P568 Resource Protection Program
P569 Environmental Health Program
P570 Environmental Protection Program
87.3
277.7
277.7
0.0
0.0
3,177.0
3,360.0
3,411.0
51.0
1.5
66800 Office of the Natural Resources Trustee
67000 Veterans' Services Department
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
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Table 1
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
69000 Children, Youth and Families Department
P576 Program Support
P577 Juvenile Justice Facilities
P578 Protective Services
P782 Early Childhood Services
P800 Behavioral Health Services
219,966.3
24,669.0
67,809.0
73,808.8
53,679.5
0.0
232,393.6
13,263.5
68,317.2
77,332.8
60,591.2
12,888.9
240,493.6
13,990.9
70,303.8
83,879.4
58,150.8
14,168.7
8,100.0
727.4
1,986.6
6,546.6
-2,440.4
1,279.8
3.5
5.5
2.9
8.5
-4.0
9.9
Total Health, Hospitals and Human Services
1,639,231.5
1,647,155.0
1,689,806.0
42,651.0
2.6
6,843.7
7,073.7
7,200.0
126.3
1.8
495.3
493.5
490.6
-2.9
-0.6
76500 Juvenile Public Safety Advisory Board
15.0
15.0
15.0
0.0
0.0
77000 Corrections Department
P530 Program Support
P531 Inmate Management and Control
P533 Corrections Industries
P534 Community Offender Management
270,283.4
13,525.4
226,340.0
150.0
30,268.0
279,465.1
13,214.6
235,693.7
0.0
30,556.8
289,985.2
13,001.6
245,535.4
0.0
31,448.2
10,520.1
-213.0
9,841.7
0.0
891.4
3.8
-1.6
4.2
2.9
78000 Crime Victims Reparation Commission
P706 Victim Compensation
P707 Federal Grants Administration
1,844.3
1,844.3
0.0
1,879.9
1,879.9
0.0
2,428.0
2,428.0
0.0
548.1
548.1
0.0
29.2
29.2
-
79000 Department of Public Safety
P503 Program Support
P504 Law Enforcement Program
P786 Statewide Law Enforcement Support Program
97,395.5
4,758.7
84,231.0
8,405.8
109,113.8
4,763.5
95,573.8
8,776.5
115,113.8
4,894.4
98,452.7
11,766.7
6,000.0
130.9
2,878.9
2,990.2
5.5
2.7
3.0
34.1
79500 Homeland Security and Emergency Management
3,248.8
2,523.0
2,773.0
250.0
9.9
380,126.0
400,564.0
418,005.6
17,441.6
4.4
80500 Department of Transportation
P562 Programs and Infrastructure
P563 Transportation & Highway Operations
P564 Program Support
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
Total Transportation
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
92400 Public Education Department
11,786.1
11,969.2
17,969.2
6,000.0
50.1
92500 Public Education Department-Special Appropriations
57,022.3
95,122.8
110,782.3
15,659.5
16.5
94000 Public School Facilities Authority
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
94900 Education Trust Board
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-
Total Other Education
68,808.4
107,092.0
128,751.5
21,659.5
20.2
95000 Higher Education Department
P505 Policy Development and Institution Financial Oversight
P506 Student Financial Aid Program
37,728.1
12,777.8
24,950.3
35,283.3
11,925.9
23,357.4
36,283.3
11,925.9
24,357.4
1,000.0
0.0
1,000.0
2.8
0.0
4.3
95200 University of New Mexico
298,939.7
315,323.5
318,395.8
3,072.3
1.0
95400 New Mexico State University
195,633.3
205,508.8
206,654.1
1,145.3
0.6
95600 New Mexico Highlands University
30,057.5
31,564.7
31,720.2
155.5
0.5
95800 Western New Mexico University
18,982.7
20,438.0
20,691.8
253.8
1.2
70500 Department of Military Affairs
76000 Parole Board
Total Public Safety
24
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Table 1
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
General Fund
FY15
FY16
Operating
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
96000 Eastern New Mexico University
44,111.6
46,520.4
46,790.3
269.9
96200 New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
36,641.6
38,319.0
38,591.7
272.7
0.6
0.7
96400 Northern New Mexico College
11,074.8
11,650.5
11,542.0
-108.5
-0.9
96600 Santa Fe Community College
13,419.0
14,509.4
14,635.9
126.5
0.9
96800 Central New Mexico Community College
51,971.7
55,644.5
57,341.7
1,697.2
3.1
97000 Luna Community College
8,224.6
8,730.8
8,730.8
0.0
0.0
97200 Mesalands Community College
4,320.0
4,509.2
4,509.2
0.0
0.0
6,264.2
6,530.7
6,617.3
86.6
1.3
24,328.0
25,170.3
25,170.3
0.0
0.0
97700 Clovis Community College
9,701.8
10,192.4
10,215.7
23.3
0.2
97800 New Mexico Military Institute
2,295.9
3,028.8
3,028.8
0.0
0.0
97900 New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
1,206.6
1,391.5
1,391.5
0.0
0.0
98000 New Mexico School for the Deaf
4,112.0
4,290.9
4,290.9
0.0
0.0
799,013.1
838,606.7
846,601.3
7,994.6
1.0
99300 Public School Support
2,498,741.7
2,608,377.6
2,654,712.0
46,334.4
1.8
Total Public School Support
2,498,741.7
2,608,377.6
2,654,712.0
46,334.4
1.8
99600 State Police Compensation Increase
0.0
0.0
4,000.0
4,000.0
-
Total Recurring Special Appropriations
0.0
0.0
4,000.0
4,000.0
-
5,893,849.6
6,148,408.1
6,289,798.4
141,390.3
2.3
97400 New Mexico Junior College
97600 San Juan College
Total Higher Education
Grand Total
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
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Table 2
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
11100 Legislative Council Service
P111 Legislative Council Service
P114 Senate Chief Clerk
P115 House Chief Clerk
P116 Pre Session Expenditures
P119 Legislative Building Services
8,277.4
5,597.3
1,143.0
1,110.5
426.6
4,009.4
9,707.2
5,924.4
1,210.7
1,175.4
1,396.7
4,342.5
9,707.2
5,924.4
1,210.7
1,175.4
1,396.7
4,342.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
11200 Legislative Finance Committee
4,049.4
4,307.2
4,307.2
0.0
0.0
11700 Legislative Education Study Committee
1,221.7
1,297.1
1,297.1
0.0
0.0
17,557.9
19,654.0
19,654.0
0.0
0.0
20500 Supreme Court Law Library
1,536.7
1,549.2
1,549.6
0.4
0.0
20800 New Mexico Compilation Commission
1,756.1
1,783.6
1,836.4
52.8
3.0
836.6
868.3
860.3
-8.0
-0.9
5,738.7
5,944.8
5,944.8
0.0
0.0
Total Legislative
21000 Judicial Standards Commission
21500 Court of Appeals
21600 Supreme Court
21800 Administrative Office of the Courts
P559 Administrative Support
P560 Statewide Judiciary Automation
P610 Magistrate Court
P620 Special Court Services
3,095.9
3,249.6
3,249.6
0.0
0.0
58,983.2
11,962.9
8,267.0
29,325.0
9,428.3
63,641.9
12,095.4
9,553.0
31,256.8
10,736.7
60,870.4
12,061.2
8,644.7
30,707.4
9,457.1
-2,771.5
-34.2
-908.3
-549.4
-1,279.6
-4.4
-0.3
-9.5
-1.8
-11.9
864.8
923.0
923.0
0.0
0.0
7,250.0
8,036.0
8,036.0
0.0
0.0
23200 Second Judicial District Court
26,034.3
27,314.2
27,559.4
245.2
0.9
23300 Third Judicial District Court
7,076.2
7,571.8
7,594.9
23.1
0.3
23400 Fourth Judicial District Court
2,323.9
2,449.0
2,449.0
0.0
0.0
23500 Fifth Judicial District Court
6,672.6
7,237.8
7,237.8
0.0
0.0
23600 Sixth Judicial District Court
3,310.6
3,462.4
3,463.4
1.0
0.0
23700 Seventh Judicial District Court
2,705.2
2,827.7
2,841.9
14.2
0.5
23800 Eighth Judicial District Court
2,997.5
3,169.2
3,169.2
0.0
0.0
23900 Ninth Judicial District Court
3,980.2
4,151.8
4,144.8
-7.0
-0.2
0.5
21900 Supreme Court Building Commission
23100 First Judicial District Court
829.3
924.8
929.3
4.5
24100 Eleventh Judicial District Court
6,717.6
7,141.6
7,151.5
9.9
0.1
24200 Twelfth Judicial District Court
3,238.4
3,538.2
3,529.8
-8.4
-0.2
24000 Tenth Judicial District Court
24300 Thirteenth Judicial District Court
24400 Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court
7,927.4
8,291.9
8,321.0
29.1
0.4
25,725.0
27,266.9
27,056.3
-210.6
-0.8
5,038.4
5,425.8
5,425.8
0.0
0.0
25200 Second Judicial District Attorney
18,198.7
19,253.5
19,243.1
-10.4
-0.1
25300 Third Judicial District Attorney
5,407.7
5,636.6
5,479.9
-156.7
-2.8
25400 Fourth Judicial District Attorney
3,069.1
3,179.7
3,179.7
0.0
0.0
25500 Fifth Judicial District Attorney
4,585.8
4,872.1
4,872.1
0.0
0.0
25600 Sixth Judicial District Attorney
2,821.4
3,004.5
2,944.3
-60.2
-2.0
25700 Seventh Judicial District Attorney
2,402.3
2,504.3
2,504.3
0.0
0.0
25100 First Judicial District Attorney
26
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Table 2
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
25800 Eighth Judicial District Attorney
2,506.0
2,671.9
2,671.9
0.0
0.0
25900 Ninth Judicial District Attorney
2,699.4
2,853.1
2,853.1
0.0
0.0
26000 Tenth Judicial District Attorney
1,008.8
1,182.3
1,182.3
0.0
0.0
26100 Eleventh Judicial District Attorney, Division I
3,924.2
4,252.8
4,199.2
-53.6
-1.3
26200 Twelfth Judicial District Attorney
3,057.0
3,060.5
3,051.9
-8.6
-0.3
26300 Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney
5,032.5
5,251.3
5,251.3
0.0
0.0
26400 Administrative Office of the District Attorneys
3,850.4
2,470.4
2,507.5
37.1
1.5
26500 Eleventh Judicial District Attorney, Division II
2,269.2
2,375.2
2,375.2
0.0
0.0
245,471.1
259,337.7
256,460.0
-2,877.7
-1.1
26,931.2
24,897.3
2,033.9
26,390.3
24,272.1
2,118.2
28,028.5
25,806.9
2,221.6
1,638.2
1,534.8
103.4
6.2
6.3
4.9
3,546.4
3,808.4
3,800.3
-8.1
-0.2
33300 Taxation and Revenue Department
P572 Program Support
P573 Tax Administration
P574 Motor Vehicle
P575 Property Tax
P579 Compliance Enforcement
91,660.0
20,474.5
31,359.2
32,060.8
5,811.9
1,953.6
87,319.0
22,408.1
31,464.0
27,774.0
3,378.9
2,294.0
87,937.6
23,225.8
31,457.8
28,025.9
3,458.8
1,769.3
618.6
817.7
-6.2
251.9
79.9
-524.7
0.7
3.6
0.0
0.9
2.4
-22.9
33700 State Investment Council
44,674.4
50,169.3
59,934.0
9,764.7
19.5
34100 Department of Finance and Administration
P541 Policy Development, Fiscal Analysis and Budget Oversight
P542 Program Support
P543 Local Government Assistance and Fiscal Oversight
P544 Fiscal Management and Oversight
P545 DFA Special Appropriations
72,342.0
3,399.4
1,621.4
45,010.7
4,877.8
17,432.7
123,358.6
3,440.1
1,310.8
45,767.9
53,242.8
19,597.0
131,104.3
3,445.1
1,166.2
50,935.9
56,137.7
19,419.4
7,745.7
5.0
-144.6
5,168.0
2,894.9
-177.6
6.3
0.1
-11.0
11.3
5.4
-0.9
34200 Public School Insurance Authority
P630 Benefits Program
P631 Risk Program
P632 Program Support
368,484.0
288,902.3
78,295.3
1,286.4
377,135.7
306,592.9
69,205.1
1,337.7
384,700.6
310,675.2
72,675.1
1,350.3
7,564.9
4,082.3
3,470.0
12.6
2.0
1.3
5.0
0.9
34300 Retiree Health Care Authority
P633 Healthcare Benefits Administration
P634 Program Support
294,219.9
291,471.6
2,748.3
277,980.6
275,051.3
2,929.3
296,119.3
293,087.4
3,031.9
18,138.7
18,036.1
102.6
6.5
6.6
3.5
35000 General Services Department
447,760.2
512,759.2
460,559.7
-52,199.5
-10.2
3,509.9
3,186.2
1,138.6
7,756.6
325,932.7
11,914.7
8,229.4
86,092.1
3,995.7
2,358.5
1,664.9
8,245.8
375,290.0
12,547.0
11,562.6
97,094.7
4,084.4
2,347.1
1,482.3
8,424.4
323,341.4
13,197.3
10,569.9
97,112.9
88.7
-11.4
-182.6
178.6
-51,948.6
650.3
-992.7
18.2
2.2
-0.5
-11.0
2.2
-13.8
5.2
-8.6
0.0
30,068.0
30,055.3
29,726.6
-328.7
-1.1
559.8
608.2
608.2
0.0
0.0
42,389.1
44,759.2
45,851.4
1,092.2
2.4
Total Judicial
30500 Attorney General
P625 Legal Services
P626 Medicaid Fraud
30800 State Auditor
P598
P604
P605
P606
P607
P608
P609
P700
Program Support
Procurement Services
State Printing Services
Risk Management
Employee Group Health Benefits
Facilities Maintenance Division
Transportation Services
Risk Management - Funds
35200 Educational Retirement Board
35400 New Mexico Sentencing Commission
35500 Public Defender Department
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
27
Table 2
FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
3,609.0
3,599.1
3,599.1
0.0
0.0
588.2
588.2
588.2
0.0
0.0
36100 Department of Information Technology
P771 Program Support
P772 Compliance and Project Management
P773 Enterprise Services
P784 Equipment Replacement Fund
59,013.4
3,296.8
860.0
54,844.7
11.9
63,657.4
3,170.6
877.4
52,560.4
7,049.0
68,679.5
3,102.1
1,077.4
56,088.7
8,411.3
5,022.1
-68.5
200.0
3,528.3
1,362.3
7.9
-2.2
22.8
6.7
19.3
36600 Public Employees Retirement Association
35600 Governor
36000 Lieutenant Governor
41,095.7
40,356.6
45,698.9
5,342.3
13.2
36900 State Commission of Public Records
2,907.7
3,042.7
3,016.5
-26.2
-0.9
37000 Secretary of State
P642 Administration & Operations
P783 Elections
8,656.1
5,110.9
3,545.2
9,407.2
4,845.1
4,562.1
8,490.1
5,076.9
3,413.2
-917.1
231.8
-1,148.9
-9.7
4.8
-25.2
37800 Personnel Board
4,419.9
4,576.0
4,584.1
8.1
0.2
215.5
231.1
231.1
0.0
0.0
3,708.8
3,911.4
3,911.4
0.0
0.0
1,546,849.3
1,663,713.5
1,667,169.4
3,455.9
0.2
40400 Board of Examiners for Architects
370.4
362.9
370.0
7.1
2.0
41700 Border Authority
540.2
491.8
491.8
0.0
0.0
41800 Tourism Department
P546 New Mexico Magazine
P547 Program Support
P548 Tourism Development
P549 Marketing and Promotion
14,662.0
3,056.6
1,457.3
2,329.6
7,818.5
16,763.0
3,365.6
1,572.1
2,104.4
9,720.9
18,263.0
3,365.6
1,576.1
2,086.3
11,235.0
1,500.0
0.0
4.0
-18.1
1,514.1
8.9
0.0
0.3
-0.9
15.6
41900 Economic Development Department
P512 Economic Development Division
P514 Film
P526 Program Support
11,046.8
8,301.0
757.1
1,988.7
7,387.3
4,660.4
755.3
1,971.6
9,387.3
6,655.6
759.7
1,972.0
2,000.0
1,995.2
4.4
0.4
27.1
42.8
0.6
0.0
42000 Regulation and Licensing Department
P599 Construction Industries and Manufactured Housing
P600 Financial Institutions Division
P601 Alcohol and Gaming
P602 Program Support
P603 Securities Division
P610 Boards and Commissions Summary
26,146.2
8,577.2
3,288.4
966.5
2,194.8
1,873.7
9,245.6
27,006.0
9,035.9
2,784.2
1,083.7
3,321.0
2,141.6
8,639.6
29,996.9
8,480.3
2,567.9
1,083.6
3,607.0
2,209.7
12,048.4
2,990.9
-555.6
-216.3
-0.1
286.0
68.1
3,408.8
11.1
-6.1
-7.8
0.0
8.6
3.2
39.5
43000 Public Regulation Commission
P611 Policy and Regulation
P612 Public Safety
P613 Program Support
P614 Special Revenues
20,303.3
7,148.8
5,587.0
1,924.2
5,643.3
20,403.6
7,040.2
5,757.7
1,814.4
5,791.3
20,524.1
7,140.8
5,912.3
1,713.8
5,757.2
120.5
100.6
154.6
-100.6
-34.1
0.6
1.4
2.7
-5.5
-0.6
44000 Office of the Superintendent of Insurance
P790 Special Revenues
P795 Insurance Policy
P797 Patient's Compensation Fund
48,957.9
11,972.3
8,220.7
28,764.9
34,155.3
7,203.6
10,448.4
16,503.3
36,347.1
7,729.3
10,468.0
18,149.8
2,191.8
525.7
19.6
1,646.5
6.4
7.3
0.2
10.0
44600 Medical Board
2,016.4
1,886.0
1,846.8
-39.2
-2.1
44900 Board of Nursing
2,192.6
2,489.8
2,333.0
-156.8
-6.3
12,270.6
12,174.7
11,794.6
-380.1
-3.1
37900 Public Employee Labor Relations Board
39400 State Treasurer
Total General Control
46000 New Mexico State Fair
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Table 2
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
983.8
795.5
833.5
38.0
46500 Gaming Control Board
5,577.9
5,724.5
5,809.5
85.0
1.5
46900 State Racing Commission
2,174.4
3,130.2
3,760.0
629.8
20.1
46400 State Board of Licensure for Engineers & Land Surveyors
47900 Board of Veterinary Medicine
49000 Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission
49100 Office of Military Base Planning and Support
49500 Spaceport Authority
Total Commerce and Industry
50500 Cultural Affairs Department
P536 Museums and Historic Sites
P537 Preservation
P539 Library Services
P540 Program Support
P761 Arts
4.8
303.6
333.1
333.1
0.0
0.0
3,570.8
3,814.7
3,822.8
8.1
0.2
145.5
200.5
200.5
0.0
0.0
2,791.0
6,047.2
6,900.7
853.5
14.1
154,053.4
143,166.1
153,014.7
9,848.6
6.9
39,432.5
24,721.8
3,210.3
5,482.7
4,042.2
1,975.5
43,968.1
25,306.5
6,319.9
5,867.6
4,404.2
2,069.9
42,326.1
24,836.3
4,794.8
5,879.1
4,573.7
2,242.2
-1,642.0
-470.2
-1,525.1
11.5
169.5
172.3
-3.7
-1.9
-24.1
0.2
3.8
8.3
5,508.5
5,917.6
6,042.2
124.6
2.1
51600 Department of Game and Fish
P716 Field Operations
P717 Conservation Services
P718 Wildlife Depredation and Nuisance Abatement
P719 Program Support
39,197.1
7,963.6
21,696.8
1,743.8
7,792.9
39,070.6
8,277.6
21,755.6
1,049.0
7,988.4
44,950.6
8,251.6
27,694.0
1,040.1
7,964.9
5,880.0
-26.0
5,938.4
-8.9
-23.5
15.0
-0.3
27.3
-0.8
-0.3
52100 Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
P740 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
P741 Healthy Forests
P742 State Parks
P743 Mine Reclamation
P744 Oil and Gas Conservation
P745 Program Leadership and Support
62,396.5
2,556.9
11,059.3
29,083.9
5,222.2
9,768.8
4,705.4
66,301.4
2,968.5
12,597.6
27,397.4
8,175.3
10,059.7
5,102.9
65,002.1
2,904.3
9,637.3
27,532.4
8,237.2
11,586.1
5,104.8
-1,299.3
-64.2
-2,960.3
135.0
61.9
1,526.4
1.9
-2.0
-2.2
-23.5
0.5
0.8
15.2
0.0
4,212.5
4,754.4
4,676.2
-78.2
-1.6
105.0
104.7
104.8
0.1
0.1
53900 Commissioner of Public Lands
14,024.4
14,778.3
14,778.3
0.0
0.0
55000 State Engineer
8000 Irrigation Works Construction Fund
9000 Improvement of the Rio Grande Income Fund
P551 Water Resource Allocation
P552 Interstate Stream Compact Compliance and Water Develop
P553 Litigation and Adjudication
P554 Program Support
53,356.2
14,665.5
1,651.1
13,081.5
13,405.0
6,451.8
4,101.3
56,716.6
14,318.0
1,956.6
14,621.3
13,695.7
7,844.0
4,281.0
55,127.9
11,860.2
1,956.6
14,696.7
14,008.3
7,679.5
4,926.6
-1,588.7
-2,457.8
0.0
75.4
312.6
-164.5
645.6
-2.8
-17.2
0.0
0.5
2.3
-2.1
15.1
218,232.7
231,611.7
233,008.2
1,396.5
0.6
50800 New Mexico Livestock Board
52200 Youth Conservation Corps
53800 Intertribal Ceremonial Office
Total Agriculture, Energy and Natural Resources
60300 Office of African American Affairs
60400 Commission for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons
704.1
809.1
809.1
0.0
0.0
3,080.0
3,769.4
3,620.6
-148.8
-3.9
214.5
336.6
336.6
0.0
0.0
60600 Commission for the Blind
10,817.5
12,848.8
12,761.0
-87.8
-0.7
60900 Indian Affairs Department
2,671.8
2,950.4
2,950.4
0.0
0.0
60500 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
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FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
59,772.3
4,218.7
4,066.6
13,203.3
38,283.7
62,154.4
4,589.4
3,890.1
13,665.2
40,009.7
62,374.7
4,601.9
3,875.8
13,887.3
40,009.7
220.3
12.5
-14.3
222.1
0.0
0.4
0.3
-0.4
1.6
0.0
5,277,434.3
49,399.4
31,641.2
3,946,163.9
845,567.7
343,272.0
61,390.1
5,816,044.8
51,412.8
33,239.8
4,342,815.4
933,863.2
393,837.0
60,876.6
6,613,430.0
57,897.0
33,239.8
5,096,136.2
896,296.3
472,053.0
57,807.7
797,385.2
6,484.2
0.0
753,320.8
-37,566.9
78,216.0
-3,068.9
13.7
12.6
0.0
17.3
-4.0
19.9
-5.0
63100 Workforce Solutions Department
P775 Unemployment Insurance Division
P776 Labor Relations Division
P777 Workforce Technology Division
P778 Employment Services Division
P779 Program Support
P780 Special Revenue
73,803.3
10,822.0
3,598.9
12,647.4
12,528.0
18,534.9
15,672.1
92,360.0
13,245.9
3,911.3
17,547.5
19,067.7
27,917.0
10,670.6
78,539.4
10,680.2
3,777.2
14,719.6
16,968.1
25,249.6
7,144.7
-13,820.6
-2,565.7
-134.1
-2,827.9
-2,099.6
-2,667.4
-3,525.9
-15.0
-19.4
-3.4
-16.1
-11.0
-9.6
-33.0
63200 Workers' Compensation Administration
P697 Workers' Compensation Administration
P780 Uninsured Employers' Fund
12,264.5
11,367.1
897.4
11,920.9
10,709.7
1,211.2
11,797.4
10,627.2
1,170.2
-123.5
-82.5
-41.0
-1.0
-0.8
-3.4
64400 Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
P508 Rehabilitation Services Program
P509 Independent Living Services Program
P511 Disability Determination Program
32,963.4
22,193.4
1,454.1
9,315.9
47,051.0
28,565.6
1,540.3
16,945.1
47,228.2
28,565.5
1,540.3
17,122.4
177.2
-0.1
0.0
177.3
0.4
0.0
0.0
1.0
64500 Governor's Commission on Disability
P698 Governor's Commission on Disability
P700 Brain Injury Advisory Council
2,656.6
2,535.7
120.9
1,855.6
1,633.9
221.7
1,857.4
1,635.7
221.7
1.8
1.8
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.0
64700 Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
P727 Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
P737 Office of Guardianship
6,101.6
1,256.6
4,845.0
6,226.2
1,325.2
4,901.0
6,223.1
1,326.1
4,897.0
-3.1
0.9
-4.0
0.0
0.1
-0.1
62400 Aging and Long-Term Services Department
P591 Program Support
P592 Consumer and Elder Rights
P593 Adult Protective Services
P594 Aging Network
63000 Human Services Department
P522 Program Support
P523 Child Support Enforcement Division
P524 Medical Assistance
P525 Income Support
P766 Medicaid Behavioral Health
P767 Behavioral Health Services Division
66200 Miners' Hospital of New Mexico
29,350.8
28,495.8
32,731.4
4,235.6
14.9
66500 Department of Health
P001 Administration
P002 Public Health
P003 Epidemiology and Response
524,408.1
16,536.9
170,438.3
21,574.5
555,023.6
19,287.1
185,538.3
23,206.3
553,141.3
12,966.5
182,241.1
30,365.4
-1,882.3
-6,320.6
-3,297.2
7,159.1
-0.3
-32.8
-1.8
30.8
12,380.0
137,624.1
152,216.7
12,865.5
772.1
13,152.5
136,988.9
162,958.7
13,114.5
777.3
13,152.5
136,988.9
163,143.0
12,857.7
1,426.2
0.0
0.0
184.3
-256.8
648.9
0.0
0.0
0.1
-2.0
83.5
101,436.5
44,254.9
7,317.0
17,693.9
19,011.2
13,159.5
120,102.5
52,022.4
8,173.8
20,388.5
23,795.5
15,722.3
120,018.0
50,516.8
8,792.1
20,749.0
24,296.9
15,663.2
-84.5
-1,505.6
618.3
360.5
501.4
-59.1
-0.1
-2.9
7.6
1.8
2.1
-0.4
66800 Office of the Natural Resources Trustee
3,094.5
2,303.1
2,303.1
0.0
0.0
67000 Veterans' Services Department
3,539.8
3,749.9
3,853.5
103.6
2.8
P004
P006
P007
P008
P787
Laboratory Services
Facilities Management
Developmental Disabilities Support
Health Certification Licensing and Oversight
Medical Cannabis Program
66700 Department of Environment
1111 Special Revenue
P567 Resource Management Program
P568 Resource Protection Program
P569 Environmental Health Program
P570 Environmental Protection Program
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FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Table 2
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
69000 Children, Youth and Families Department
P576 Program Support
P577 Juvenile Justice Facilities
P578 Protective Services
P782 Early Childhood Services
P800 Behavioral Health Services
381,882.3
32,366.8
73,836.1
130,446.4
145,233.0
0.0
439,273.6
18,881.0
73,105.5
132,416.6
200,854.6
14,015.9
450,658.6
19,807.6
74,619.9
141,656.7
199,693.7
14,880.7
11,385.0
926.6
1,514.4
9,240.1
-1,160.9
864.8
2.6
4.9
2.1
7.0
-0.6
6.2
Total Health, Hospitals and Human Services
6,526,195.9
7,207,275.7
8,004,633.8
797,358.1
11.1
19,075.4
22,233.9
22,435.5
201.6
0.9
495.3
493.5
490.6
-2.9
-0.6
76500 Juvenile Public Safety Advisory Board
15.0
15.0
15.0
0.0
0.0
77000 Corrections Department
P530 Program Support
P531 Inmate Management and Control
P533 Corrections Industries
P534 Community Offender Management
299,736.7
14,164.6
243,933.8
7,339.6
34,298.7
301,172.0
14,231.0
249,728.9
4,004.8
33,207.3
318,852.0
13,719.7
259,167.6
11,866.0
34,098.7
17,680.0
-511.3
9,438.7
7,861.2
891.4
5.9
-3.6
3.8
196.3
2.7
78000 Crime Victims Reparation Commission
P706 Victim Compensation
P707 Federal Grants Administration
7,642.3
2,431.6
5,210.7
7,735.3
2,459.4
5,275.9
8,261.0
2,964.0
5,297.0
525.7
504.6
21.1
6.8
20.5
0.4
79000 Department of Public Safety
P503 Program Support
P504 Law Enforcement Program
P786 Statewide Law Enforcement Support Program
123,423.5
6,429.4
105,503.8
11,490.3
144,043.1
7,876.7
120,026.9
16,139.5
150,216.0
8,349.5
119,431.5
22,435.0
6,172.9
472.8
-595.4
6,295.5
4.3
6.0
-0.5
39.0
79500 Homeland Security and Emergency Management
30,573.7
41,208.7
42,668.2
1,459.5
3.5
Total Public Safety
480,961.9
516,901.5
542,938.3
26,036.8
5.0
80500 Department of Transportation
P562 Programs and Infrastructure
P563 Transportation & Highway Operations
P564 Program Support
838,512.4
545,959.0
248,819.1
43,734.3
862,074.4
593,860.1
225,438.2
42,776.1
837,733.9
570,167.2
224,607.9
42,958.8
-24,340.5
-23,692.9
-830.3
182.7
-2.8
-4.0
-0.4
0.4
Total Transportation
838,512.4
862,074.4
837,733.9
-24,340.5
-2.8
92400 Public Education Department
42,380.5
43,807.7
49,807.7
6,000.0
13.7
92500 Public Education Department-Special Appropriations
60,622.3
95,122.8
110,782.3
15,659.5
16.5
5,594.0
5,805.4
6,143.8
338.4
5.8
769.6
2,845.0
1,538.5
-1,306.5
-45.9
Total Other Education
109,366.4
147,580.9
168,272.3
20,691.4
14.0
95000 Higher Education Department
P505 Policy Development and Institution Financial Oversight
P506 Student Financial Aid Program
113,970.1
22,211.0
91,759.1
101,248.7
23,207.6
78,041.1
109,718.5
22,001.7
87,716.8
8,469.8
-1,205.9
9,675.7
8.4
-5.2
12.4
95200 University of New Mexico
298,939.7
315,323.5
318,395.8
3,072.3
1.0
95400 New Mexico State University
195,633.3
205,508.8
206,654.1
1,145.3
0.6
95600 New Mexico Highlands University
30,057.5
31,564.7
31,720.2
155.5
0.5
95800 Western New Mexico University
18,982.7
20,438.0
20,691.8
253.8
1.2
70500 Department of Military Affairs
76000 Parole Board
94000 Public School Facilities Authority
94900 Education Trust Board
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
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FY16 Executive Recurring Budget Recommendation
Executive Recommendation Summary
(Dollars in Thousands)
FY14
Actual
FY15
Operating
Total Funds
FY16
Recomm
Dollar
Change
Percent
Change
96000 Eastern New Mexico University
44,111.6
46,520.4
46,790.3
269.9
96200 New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
36,641.6
38,319.0
38,591.7
272.7
0.6
0.7
96400 Northern New Mexico College
11,074.8
11,650.5
11,542.0
-108.5
-0.9
96600 Santa Fe Community College
13,419.0
14,509.4
14,635.9
126.5
0.9
96800 Central New Mexico Community College
51,971.7
55,644.5
57,341.7
1,697.2
3.1
97000 Luna Community College
8,224.6
8,730.8
8,730.8
0.0
0.0
97200 Mesalands Community College
4,320.0
4,509.2
4,509.2
0.0
0.0
6,264.2
6,530.7
6,617.3
86.6
1.3
24,328.0
25,170.3
25,170.3
0.0
0.0
97700 Clovis Community College
9,701.8
10,192.4
10,215.7
23.3
0.2
97800 New Mexico Military Institute
2,295.9
3,028.8
3,028.8
0.0
0.0
97900 New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
1,206.6
1,391.5
1,391.5
0.0
0.0
98000 New Mexico School for the Deaf
4,112.0
4,290.9
4,290.9
0.0
0.0
875,255.1
904,572.1
920,036.5
15,464.4
1.7
99300 Public School Support
2,914,444.0
3,024,755.3
3,072,414.3
47,659.0
1.6
Total Public School Support
2,914,444.0
3,024,755.3
3,072,414.3
47,659.0
1.6
99600 State Police Compensation Increase
0.0
0.0
4,000.0
4,000.0
-
Total Recurring Special Appropriations
0.0
0.0
4,000.0
4,000.0
-
13,926,900.1
14,980,642.9
15,879,335.4
898,692.5
6.0
97400 New Mexico Junior College
97600 San Juan College
Total Higher Education
Grand Total
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Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Proposed Language for the General Appropriation Act
Table 3
21000 Judicial Standards Commission
Any unexpended balances in the judicial standards commission remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 in other state funds
from funds received from investigation and trial cost reimbursements from respondents shall not revert to the general fund.
21800 Administrative Office of the Courts
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 11-6A-3 NMSA 1978 or other substantive law, the internal service
funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the special court services program of the administrative office of the courts in the
other financing uses category includes five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) from the local DWI grant fund for drug
courts. Any unexpended balances from appropriations made from the local DWI grant fund remaining at the end of fiscal
year 2016 shall revert to the local DWI grant fund.
The other financing uses category of the special court services program of the administrative office of the courts contains
appropriation transfers to other judicial entities for court appointed special advocates, water rights adjudication and drug
courts. Judicial entities who receive these transfers may only increase their respective internal services/interagency transfer
budgets to account for the allocated transfer amount from the administrative office of the courts in addition to certain fiscal
year 2016 budget adjustment requests authorized in Section 10 of the General Appropriation Act of 2015.
30500 Attorney General
Up to one million dollars ($1,000,000) of the general fund appropriation transferred from the state engineer for water
litigation on interstate streams and their tributaries shall not revert at the end of fiscal year 2015 and may be expended in
fiscal year 2016.
The other state funds appropriation to the legal services program of the attorney general in the other financing uses category
includes two million dollars ($2,000,000) to transfer to the litigation and adjudication program of the state engineer, and
six million seven hundred eighty-six thousand four hundred dollars ($6,786,400) from the consumer settlement fund of the
office of the attorney general.
33300 Taxation and Revenue Department
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Tax Administration Act or other substantive law, the department shall withhold an
administrative fee in the amount of three and twenty-five hundredths percent of the distributions specified in Section 7-16.46, 7-1-6.47, and Subsection E of Section 7-1-6.41 NMSA 1978.
Notwithstanding the provisions in the Tax Administration Act or other substantive law, of the amounts withheld, an
amount equal to three percent of the distributions specified in Subsection E of Section 7-1-6.41 NMSA 1978 shall be
deposited into the general fund and the remainder of the amounts withheld shall be retained by the department and is
included in the other state fund appropriations to the department.
The other financing uses category in the motor vehicle division includes one million two hundred sixty-five thousand nine
hundred dollars ($1,265,900) from the weight distance tax identification permit fund for the motor transportation division of
the department of public safety.
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34100 Department of Finance and Administration
On certification by the state board of finance pursuant to Section 6-1-2 NMSA 1978 that a critical emergency exists that
cannot be addressed by disaster declaration or other emergency or contingency funds, the secretary of the department of
finance and administration is authorized to transfer from the general fund operating reserve to the state board of finance
emergency fund the amount necessary to meet the emergency. Such transfers shall not exceed an aggregate amount of two
million dollars ($2,000,000) in fiscal year 2016. 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.
The department of finance and administration shall not distribute a general fund appropriation made in items (k) through (ll)
to a New Mexico agency or local public body that is not current on its audit or financial reporting or otherwise in compliance
with the Audit Act.
34300 Retiree Health Care Authority
Any unexpended balance in the program support program of the retiree health care authority remaining at the end of fiscal
year 2016 shall revert to the healthcare benefits administration program.
35000 General Services Department
The appropriation in the contractual services and other categories to the facilities management division includes transfers
from the department of energy federal grant from the energy, minerals, and natural resources department for the whole
building investment in sustainable energy projects ending fiscal year 2016.
Any unexpended balances in the program support program of the general services department remaining at the end of fiscal
year 2016 shall revert to the procurement services, state printing services, risk management, risk funds, employee group
benefits, facilities management and transportation services programs based on the proportion of each individual program's
final assessment for program support.
37000 Secretary of State
Notwithstanding any restriction on the use of the public election fund, one million two hundred fifty thousand dollars
($1,250,000) is appropriated to the elections program of the secretary of state for election expenses.
Any unexpended balances in the elections program of the secretary of state remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 from
appropriations made from the public elections fund shall revert to the public elections fund.
50500 Cultural Affairs Department
The other state funds appropriations to the preservation program of the cultural affairs department include one million
dollars ($1,000,000) from the department of transportation for archaeological studies as needed for highway projects.
51600 Department of Game and Fish
The other state funds appropriation in the other financing uses category of the conservation services program of the
department of game and fish include six million dollars ($6,000,000) from the game protection fund for transfer to the
state parks division of the energy, mineral and natural resources department.
52100 Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the state parks program of the energy, minerals and natural
resources department include six million dollars ($6,000,000) from the game protection fund.
53900 Commissioner of Public Lands
The commissioner of public lands is authorized to hold in suspense amounts received pursuant to agreements entered into
for the sale of state royalty interests that, as a result of sale, became eligible for tax credits under Section 29 of the Internal
Revenue Code, above those amounts required by law to be transferred to the land grant permanent fund. The commissioner
may expend as much of the money so held in suspense as well as additional money held in escrow accounts resulting from
the sales and money held in fund balance, as in necessary to re-purchase the royalty interest pursuant to the agreements.
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55000 State Engineer
Revenue from the sale of water to United States government agencies by New Mexico for the emergency drought water
agreement, and from contractual reimbursements associated with the interstate stream commission program of the state
engineer’s use of the revenue, is appropriated to the interstate stream commission for the conservation and recovery of the
listed species in the middle Rio Grande basin, including the optimizing of middle Rio Grande conservancy district
operations.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the interstate stream compact compliance and water
development program of the state engineer includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from the game protection fund
for Ute dam operations. Any unexpended or unencumbered balance remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 from this
appropriation shall revert to the game protection fund.
The internal service funds/interagency transfer’s appropriations to the interstate stream compact compliance and water
development program of the state engineer include eighty-two thousand three hundred dollars ($82,300) from the game
protection fund for Eagle Nest dam operation. Any unexpended or unencumbered balance remaining at the end of fiscal year
2016 from this appropriation shall revert to the game protection fund.
The appropriations to the interstate stream compact compliance and water development program of the state engineer
include one million nine hundred thousand dollars ($1,900,000) to (a) match seventeen and one-half percent of the cost of
work undertaken by the United States army corps of engineers pursuant to the Federal Water Resources Development Act of
1986, provided that no amount of this appropriation shall be expended for any project unless the appropriate acequia
system or community ditch has agreed to provide seven and one-half percent of the cost from any source other than the
irrigation works construction fund and provided that no more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) shall be
allocated to one acequia or community ditch per fiscal year; and (b) for the construction, restoration, repair and protection
from floods of dams, reservoirs, ditches, diversions, flumes and appurtenances of acequias and community ditches in the
state through the interstate stream commission 90/10 match program provided that not more than one hundred fifty
thousand dollars ($150,000) of this appropriation shall be used as the state share for any one acequia or community ditch
per state fiscal year and capital appropriations shall not be used to meet the acequia’s or community ditch’s ten percent
share of project costs; and (c) up to three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) in contractual services may be used for
engineering services for approved acequia or community ditch projects.
The interstate stream commission’s authority to make loans for irrigation improvements includes five hundred thousand
dollars ($500,000) for loans to acequia, irrigation and conservancy districts.
The interstate stream commission’s authority includes five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for loans to irrigation
districts, conservancy districts and soil and water conservation districts for re-loan to farmers for implementation of water
conservation improvements.
The interstate stream commission’s authority to make loans from the irrigation works construction fund includes up to two
million dollars ($2,000,000) for irrigation districts, acequias, conservancy districts and soil and water conservation districts
for purchase and installation of meters and measuring equipment. The maximum loan term is five years.
The internal services funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the litigation and adjudication program of the state
engineer include two million dollars ($2,000,000) from the consumer settlement fund of the office of the attorney general.
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60400 Commission for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the deaf and hard-of-hearing program of the commission for
the deaf and hard-of-hearing persons in the other financing uses category includes four hundred sixty-six thousand dollars
($466,000) to transfer to the rehabilitation services program of the division of vocational rehabilitation to match with federal
funds to provide deaf and hard-of-hearing rehabilitation services.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the deaf and hard-of-hearing program of the commission for
the deaf and hard-of-hearing persons in the other financing uses category includes twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to
transfer to the signed language interpreting practices board of the regulation and licensing department for interpreter licensure
services.
60600 Commission for the Blind
Any unexpended balances in the blind services program of the commission for the blind remaining at the end of fiscal year
2016 from appropriations made from the general fund shall not revert.
60900 Indian Affairs Department
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the Indian affairs program of the Indian affairs department
includes two hundred forty-nine thousand three hundred dollars ($249,300) from the tobacco settlement program fund for
tobacco cessation and prevention programs for Native American communities throughout the state.
62400 Aging and Long-Term Services Department
Any unexpended balances remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 in other state funds from conference registration fees shall
not revert.
The general fund appropriation to the aging network program of the long term services department in the other category to
supplement the federal Older Americans Act shall be contracted to the designated area agencies on aging.
63000 Human Services Department
Medical assistance:
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the medical assistance program of the human services
department include one million three hundred twelve thousand four hundred dollars ($1,312,400) from the tobacco
settlement program fund for the breast and cervical cancer treatment program and seven million nine hundred seven thousand
three hundred dollars ($7,907,300) from the tobacco settlement program fund for medicaid programs.
The appropriations to the medical assistance program of the human services department assume the state will receive a
federal medical assistance percentage (FMAP) rate of 100 percent for those enrolled in the new adult category, including
those currently enrolled in the state coverage insurance program, beginning January 1, 2014, as provided for in the federal
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.
Should the federal government reduce or rescind the FMAP rates established by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care
Act, the human services department shall reduce or rescind eligibility for the new adult category.
Income support:
The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include eleven million five
hundred seven thousand seven hundred dollars ($11,507,700) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant
for administration of the New Mexico Works Act.
The appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include eighty-seven thousand one
hundred dollars ($87,100) from the general fund and fifty-three million five hundred thousand dollars ($53,500,000) from the
federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant to provide cash assistance grants to participants as defined in the
New Mexico Works Act, including wage subsidies for participants, clothing allowances, diversion payments and statefunded payments to aliens.
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The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include nine million
seven hundred thousand dollars ($9,700,000) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant for job
training and placement and job-related transportation services, seven hundred thousand dollars ($700,000) for employmentrelated costs, one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000) for a substance abuse treatment program, four
million seven hundred one thousand dollars ($4,701,000) for a transitional employment program and one million five
hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) for a child support enforcement alternative pilot project.
The federal funds appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include thirty million five
hundred twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($30,527,500) from the federal temporary assistance for needy families
block grant for transfer to the children, youth and families department for childcare programs, two million dollars
($2,000,000) for home visiting, seven million eight hundred fifty thousand dollars ($7,850,000) for prekindergarten and two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for a supportive housing pilot project to provide permanent housing and supportive
services for families that lack adequate housing or struggle with substance abuse or mental health issues and have children
who have been identified as victims of child abuse or neglect.
The appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include seven million one hundred
twenty-seven thousand three hundred dollars ($7,127,300) from the general fund and two million eight hundred fifteen
thousand three hundred dollars ($2,815,300) from other state funds for general assistance. Any unexpended balances
remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 from the other state funds appropriation derived from reimbursements received from
the social security administration for the general assistance program shall not revert.
The general fund appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include two hundred ten
thousand nine hundred dollars ($210,900) for the Navajo sovereign temporary assistance for needy families program.
The general fund appropriations to the income support program of the human services department include thirty-one
thousand dollars ($31,000) for the Zuni sovereign temporary assistance for needy families program.
63100
Workforce Solutions Department
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the unemployment insurance division of the workforce
solutions department include nine hundred thousand dollars ($900,000) from the workers' compensation administration fund
of the workers’ compensation administration department.
63200 Workers' Compensation Administration
The other financing uses category in the workers' compensation administration program include nine hundred thousand
dollars ($900,000) from the workers' compensation administration fund for the unemployment insurance division of the
workforce solutions department.
64400 Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the rehabilitation services program of the division of
vocational rehabilitation in the other category includes four hundred sixty-six thousand dollars ($466,000) to match with
federal funds to support and enhance deaf and hard-of-hearing rehabilitation services. Any unexpended balances in the
division of vocational rehabilitation remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 from appropriations made from the general fund
shall not revert.
64700 Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Any unexpended balances in the office of guardianship of the developmental disabilities planning council remain at the end
of fiscal year 2016 from appropriations made from the general fund and internal service funds/interagency transfers shall not
revert.
66200 Miners' Hospital of New Mexico
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriation to the healthcare program of miners' hospital of New Mexico in
the other financing uses category includes seven million five hundred thousand dollars ($7,500,000) from the miners' trust
fund.
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66500 Department of Health
Any unexpended balances in the developmental disabilities support program for the developmental disabilities waiver
remaining at the end of fiscal year 2015 shall not revert and shall remain available in fiscal year 2016 to serve individuals in
the developmental disabilities waiver program.
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the public health program of the department of health
include five million six hundred eighty-two thousand dollars ($5,682,000) from the tobacco settlement program fund for
smoking cessation and prevention programs, seven hundred forty-eight thousand dollars ($748,000) from the tobacco
settlement fund for diabetes prevention and control services, two hundred ninety-three thousand dollars ($293,000) for
human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome prevention services and medicine, and one hundred
twenty-eight thousand six hundred dollars ($128,600) from the tobacco settlement program fund for breast and cervical
cancer screening.
69000 Children, Youth and Families Department
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the early childhood services program of the children, youth
and families department include thirty million five hundred twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($30,527,500) for
childcare assistance programs, seven million eight hundred fifty thousand dollars ($7,850,000) for prekindergarten programs,
and two million dollars ($2,000,000) for home visiting services from the temporary assistance for needy families block
grant to New Mexico.
79000 Department of Public Safety
The internal service funds/interagency transfers appropriations to the motor transportation program of the department of
public safety include one million two hundred sixty-five thousand nine hundred dollars ($1,265,900) from the weight
distance tax identification permit fund.
Any unexpended balances in the motor transportation program of the department of public safety remaining at the end of
fiscal year 2016 from appropriations made from the weight distance tax identification permit fund shall revert to the weight
distance tax identification permit fund.
80500 Department of Transportation
Notwithstanding the provisions of Paragraph (1) of Subsection B of Section 6-1-6.8 NMSA 1978 or other substantive law,
any funds received by the New Mexico finance authority from the department of transportation in fiscal year 2016 as an
annual administrative fee for issuing state transportation bonds pursuant to Sections 67-3-59.3 and 67-3-59.4 NMSA 1978
shall not be deposited into the local transportation infrastructure fund.
92500 Public Education Department- Special Appropriations
Any unexpended balances in the special appropriations to the public education department remaining at the end of fiscal year
2016 from appropriations made from the general fund shall revert to the general fund.
95000 Higher Education Department
Any unexpended balances in the policy development and institutional financial oversight program of the higher education
department remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 from appropriations made from the general fund shall revert to the
general fund.
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95100 Higher Education Institutions
On approval of the higher education department, the state budget division of the department of finance and administration
may approve increases in budgets of agencies, in this section, with the exception of the policy development and
institutional financial oversight program of the higher education department, whose other state funds exceed amounts
specified. In approving budget increases, the director of the state budget division shall advise the legislature through its
officers and appropriate committees, in writing, of the justification for the approval.
Except as otherwise provided, any unexpended balances remaining at the end of the fiscal year 2016 shall not revert to the
general fund.
95200 University of New Mexico
The other state funds appropriations to the health sciences center of the university of New Mexico for research and public
service projects include two million nine hundred sixty-two thousand one hundred dollars ($2,962,100) from the tobacco
settlement program fund.
96200 New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
The general fund appropriation to the bureau of geology and mineral resources of the New Mexico institute of mining and
technology includes one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) from federal Mineral Leasing Act receipts.
99300 Public School Support
Except as otherwise provided, unexpended balances of appropriations made in this subsection shall not revert at the end of
fiscal year 2016.
The rate of distribution of the state equalization guarantee distribution shall be based on a program unit value determined by
the secretary of the public education department. The secretary of the public education department shall establish a
preliminary unit value to establish budgets for the 2015-16 school year and then, upon verification of the number of units
statewide for fiscal year 2016, but no later than January 31, 2016, the secretary of the public education department may
adjust the program unit value, except as otherwise provided.
After considering those elementary physical education programs eligible for state financial support and the amount of state
funding available for elementary physical education, the secretary of public education shall annually determine the programs
and the consequent numbers of students in elementary physical education that will be used to calculate the number of
elementary physical education program units.
For the 2015-16 school year, the state equalization guarantee distribution includes sufficient funding for school districts and
charter schools to implement a new formula-based program. Those districts and charter schools shall use current year
membership on the first reporting date in the calculation of program units for the new formula-based program.
The general fund appropriation to the state equalization guarantee distribution reflects the deduction of federal revenues
pursuant to Paragraph (2) of Subsection C of Section 22-8-25 NMSA 1978 that includes payments commonly known as
"impact aid funds" pursuant to 20 USCA 7701 et seq., and formerly known as "PL874 funds".
If federal revenue pursuant to Paragraph (2) of Subsection C of Section 22-8-25 NMSA 1978 or other revenues for which the
state takes credit fall short of the projected amounts of fifty-nine million dollars ($59,000,000) in fiscal year 2016, the public
education department may, after exhausting any fund balance in the state-support reserve fund, request from the state board
of finance a transfer of up to three million five hundred thousand dollars ($3,500,000) from the separate account of the
appropriation contingency fund dedicated for the purpose of implementing and maintaining educational reforms created in
Section 12 of Chapter 114 of Laws 2004 to augment the appropriation for the state equalization guarantee distribution.
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The general fund appropriation to the public school fund shall be reduced by the amounts transferred to the public school
fund from the current school fund and from the federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act receipts otherwise unappropriated.
Any unexpended balance in the authorized distributions authorized remaining at the end of fiscal year 2016 from
appropriations made from the general fund shall revert to the general fund.
The secretary of public education shall not distribute any emergency supplemental funds to a school district or charter
school that is not in compliance with the Audit Act. Emergency supplemental funds shall not be distributed to any school
district or charter school having cash and invested reserves, or other resources or any combination thereof, equaling five
percent or more of their operating budget.
Any unexpended balances in the supplemental distributions to the public education department remaining at the end of
fiscal year 2016 from appropriations made from the general fund shall revert to the general fund.
The appropriation to the instructions material fund is made from the federal Mineral Lands Leasing Act (30 U.S.C. 181, et seq.)
receipts.
The general fund appropriation to the public education department for dual credit instructional materials shall be used by the
department to reimburse school districts, charter schools, state-supported schools and bureau of Indian education high
schools in New Mexico for the cost of required textbooks and other course supplies for students enrolled in the dual credit
program to the extent of the available funds.
The general fund appropriation to the public education department for the Indian Education Act includes four hundred
thousand dollars ($400,000) for a nonprofit organization that provides teaching support in schools with a high proportion of
Native American students.
The general fund appropriation to the public education department for the Indian Education Act includes three hundred
thousand dollars ($300,000) to provide a rural literacy initiative to support after-school and summer literacy block programs
for students in kindergarten through eighth grade in schools with a high proportion of Native American students contingent
on receipt of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) in matching funds from other than state sources.
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FY15-16 Special Appropriation Recommendations
Agency Name
General Fund Dollar
Amount in thousands
Total Funds Dollar
Amount in thousands
500.0 Extending the time for balances in the mortgage settlement fund
Attorney General
Department of Finance and Administration
Department of Finance and Administration
1,224.2
1,224.2 To support the current and ongoing Hyperion project for the state of New
Mexico's comprehensive annual financial report
3,946.0
3,946.0 To further the ongoing cash remediation project for the state of New
Mexico's PeopleSoft financial system
210.0 From the public building repair fund to the facilities management division
of the general services department to develop and administer master
planning guidelines to manage the extensive real estate portfolio of the
state of New Mexico and to provide master planning pre-implementation
and training in the development and management of master planning to all
executive agencies
General Services Department
500.0 From the public buildings repair fund to the facilities management division
of the general services department to provide for the assessment of space
and tenant assignments in buildings owned by the facilities management
division and to fulfill the mandate of executive order 2012-023
General Services Department
Secretary of State
Economic Development Department
Economic Development Department
Economic Development Department
841.4
5,500.0
500.0
1,000.0
25,000.0
Economic Development Department
Regulation and Licensing Department
841.4 For expenses related to the 2016 primary election
5,500.0 For expenditure in the job training incentive program (JTIP)
500.0 For the mainstreet program
1,000.0 For technology transfer
50,000.0 For economic development projects pursuant to the Local Economic
Development Act
150.0 For a mass-media public service campaign to inform the public about
investing in securities with a particular focus on the prevention and
detection of investment fraud
Regulation and Licensing Department
Spaceport Authority
Description
35.0 To train the financial institutions division examination staff
1,783.0
1,783.0 To address budget shortfalls due to launch delays
525.0 For radios and other equipment to upgrade law enforcement vehicles
Department of Game and Fish
1,421.0 For legal expenses
State Land Office
260.0 To complete the second phase of the back file conversion of rights of way
surveys of state trust lands
State Land Office
Office of the State Engineer
700.0
Workers' Compensation Administration
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700.0 For water litigation on interstate streams and their tributaries
200.0 To conduct a study on the workers' compensation system
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Agency Name
General Fund Dollar
Amount in thousands
Total Funds Dollar
Amount in thousands
136.2
136.2 To provide funding for the operation and maintenance of the state veteran
cemetery at Fort Stanton contingent upon federal approval
150.0
150.0 For development and implementation of program for filing of families in
need of court-ordered services cases
Veteran Services Department
Children, Youth and Families
Department
7,000.0
Corrections Department
Description
7,000.0 For shortfall in care and support of inmates in the private prison facilities
2,000.0 For deferred maintenance at six public corrections facilities statewide
Corrections Department
500.0
500.0 To pilot offender transitional living programs and fund beds for the men's
recovery center
205.0
205.0 To fund latent print contractors to reduce the backlog in cases in the
forensic lab bureau
Corrections Department
Department of Public Safety
Higher Education Department
Higher Education Department
Totals
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57,485.8
2,500.0
2,500.0 Higher education endowment
6,500.0
6,500.0 Lottery shortfall
88,286.8
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FY15 Supplemental Recommendations
Agency Name
General Fund Dollar
Amount in thousands
Total Funds Dollar
Amount in thousands
28.0
28.0 To cover a shortfall of expert witness fees and maintain adequate
operating funding for FY15
10th District Attorney
Department of Finance and Administration
Aging and Long Term Services Department Description
206.5
206.5 To increase number of children in state custody reviewed by
citizen care review program
100.0
100.0 For shortfall in personal services and employee benefits
4,000.0
34,505.0 For shortfall in the medical assistance and medicaid behavioral
health program
Human Services Department
1,000.0
1,000.0 For shortfalls in the facilities management program
Department of Health
500.0
749.5 For shortfall in personal services and employee benefits
500.0
500.0 For care and support payments to foster care and adoptive
families
250.0
250.0 For shortfall in licensing and certification fees
200.0
200.0 For shortfall in crime victim reparation reimbursements in fiscal
year 2015
Children, Youth and Families
Department
Children, Youth and Families
Department
Children, Youth and Families
Department
Crime Victim Reparations
Commission
Totals
6,784.5
37,539.0
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FY14 Deficiency Appropriation Recommendations
Agency Name
General Fund Dollar Total Funds Dollar
Amount in thousands Amount in thousands
Description
596.1
596.1
For prior year juror, witnesses and interpreter costs
46.9
46.9
461.5
461.5
53.8
53.8
For contract counsel and litigation services costs
937.1
For a shortfall in personal services and employee
benefits in the community offender management
program in fiscal year 2014
Administrative Office of the Courts
5th District Attorney's Office
General Services Department
Public Defender Department
Corrections Department
4,774.0
4,774.0
11,000.0
11,000.0
16,932.3
17,869.4
Corrections Department
To remediate a FY13 audit finding and restore the
statewide human resources accounting reporting
(SHARE) cash balance
To eliminate historical losses originating prior to FY13
and not recovered from annual revenues of FY13 or
FY14 and to restore the program to solvency for the
beginning of FY15
For a shortfall in personal services and employee
benefits in the inmate management and control program
in fiscal year 2014
To provide for shortfalls in the special projects fund
Higher Education Department
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FY16 Information Technology Appropriation Recommendation
Agency Name
Administrative Office of the Courts
Taxation and Revenue Department
General Fund Dollar
Amount in thousands
Total Funds Dollar
Amount in thousands
780.0
5,171.5
250.0
250.0 Redevelopment of budget systems
400.0
750.0 Statewide human resources accounting
reporting (SHARE) portal strategic
sourcing
400.0 One-stop business portal
General Services Department
Department of Information
Technology
Public Employee Retirement
Association
Secretary of State
State Personnel Office
Regulation and Licensing Department
750.0
800.0
650.0
Department of Game and Fish
Human Services Department
Human Services Department
620.0
3,500.0
Children, Youth and Families
Department
Department of Corrections
Department of Public Safety
Total
780.0 Jury management application
replacement
8,861.5 Motor vehicle modernization (Tapestry)
1,000.0 Oil and natural gas administration and
revenue database (ONGARD)
modernization
Taxation and Revenue Department /
Energy, Minerals and Natural
Resources / State Land Office
Department of Finance and
Administration
Description
3,000.0
2,150.0
18,071.5
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350.0 Conversion from an electronic image to
microfilm, including systems
modifications
750.0 Integrated reporting and integrity
system (IRIS) phase 3
800.0 Digitization and modernization
650.0 Construction industries division
permitting and inspections
350.0 Alternate data site and upgrade to
primary data site
3,400.0 Child support enforcement system
(CSES) replacement
6,200.0 Medicaid management information
system (MMIS)
3,500.0 Enterprise provider information
constituent services (EPICS) phase 4 family automated client tracking system
(FACTS)
3,000.0 Department of corrections offender
management system
2,150.0 Records management system (RMS)
33,191.5
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Agency Name
Public Education Department Public Education Department Public Education Department Public Education Department Totals
46
General Fund Dollar Amount in thousands
960.0
Exec Other Funds Approved Total
Description
960.0 For the fiscal year 2014 financial statement audit
1,200.0
1,200.0 For expenditures in fiscal year 2015 and 2016 associated with legal fees related to funding formula lawsuits
2,000.0
2,000.0 For continued implementation of New Mexico adopted common core state standards
2,000.0 To assist school districts with emergency funding
2,000.0
6,160.0
6,160.0
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FY14
Target
20500
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
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Supreme Court Law Library
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Percent of updated titles
Number of website hits
Number of research requests
Percent of staff time spent on shelving and updating library materials
70%
100,000
8,800
<20%
52%
25,690
12,295
20%
70%
98,500
8,500
<20%
70%
98,500
8,500
<20%
$1,300
$1,258.3
$1,300
$1,300
New Mexico Compilation Commission
20800
Output
21000
Amount of revenue collected, in thousands
Judicial Standards Commission
Output
Time for release of annual report to the public, from the end of the
fiscal year, in months
2
4
2
4
Efficiency
On knowledge of cause for emergency interim suspension, time for
commission to file petition for temporary suspension, in days
1
2
1
1
Efficiency
For cases in which formal charges are filed, average time for formal
hearings to be held, in meeting cycles
2
0
2
2
21500
Court of Appeals
Explanatory
21600
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
95%
97.0%
100%
100%
98%
94%
98%
98%
$50.00
15%
$55.40
14.8%
$50.00
$50.00
15,000
98%
10
28,369
94.1%
8.5
17,000
98%
10
20,000
98%
9
3
4.86
3
4
$3.3
$3.3
120
75%
$3.3
120
Supreme Court
Explanatory
21800
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Administrative Office of the Courts
P559 Administrative Support
Output
Quality
Average cost per juror
Recidivism rate for drug court participants (statewide)
P560 Statewide Judiciary Automation
Output
Quality
Quality
Number of help desk calls for assistance resolved
Percent of accurate driving-while-intoxicated court reports
Average time to resolve automation calls for assistance, in hours
Quality
Judicial computer user qualitative rating of judicial information
program help desk support
P610
Outcome
Output
Quality
Magistrate Court
Bench warrant revenue collected annually, in millions
Time from filing to final disposition for all case types
Bench warrant revenue collected as a percentage of warrant fees
assessed
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
120
$3.1
TBD
75%
TBD
75%
47
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Efficiency
Percent of magistrate courts' financial reports submitted to fiscal
services division and reconciled on a monthly basis
Explanatory
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
100%
100.0%
100%
100%
95%
100.8%
95%
95%
8,000
8,000
1,100
P620 Special Court Services
Output
Number of required events attended by attorneys in abuse and
neglect cases
7,000
13,866
Output
Number of cases to which court-appointed special advocates
volunteers are assigned
1,000
1,024
Output
Number of monthly supervised child visitations and exchanges
conducted
1,000
1,016
1,100
Output
Number of children to whom court-appointed special advocate
volunteers are assigned
1,500
1,500
Quality
Recidivism rate for drug-court participants (statewide)
21900
Accuracy of fixed-assets inventory records
Number of adult drug-court graduates
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Graduation rate, adult drug court
Number of adult drug-court graduates
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Quality
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, adult drug court
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Output
Output
48
15%15%
100%
99%
100%
100%
20
17
12
5
8%
10%
100%
50%
45%
22
22
12
11.5
26.98%
25.81%
91.4%
22.22%
57.89%
20
8
10
5
8%
10%
100%
60%
45%
20
8
10
5
20%
20%
95%
60%
45%
130
20
5
14
58
9
1
18
60
10
3
60
10
3
8%
10%
95%
70%
70%
16.41%
40.54%
103.0%
56.31%
56.25%
8%
10%
95%
60%
50%
<15%
<30%
95%
60%
50%
30
25
16
14
21
20
20
20
Second Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Output
Output
23300
14.8%
First Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
23200
15%
1,795
Supreme Court Building Commission
Quality
23100
1,500
14
14
Third Judicial District Court
Number of adult drug-court graduates
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Output
Output
Quality
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
23400
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Number of family drug-court graduates
Recidivism of family drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, family drug court
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Output
Output
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Output
Output
Output
Output
5
14
10%
15%
95%
65%
50%
3
4
10
10%
95%
70%
1
2
3
25%
96.5%
50%
3
4
10
10%
95%
70%
3
4
5
20%
95%
60%
5
7
9
15%
95%
50%
4
4
14
36.36%
94.9%
87.50%
5
5
10
15%
95%
80%
5
5
10
15%
95%
80%
9
7
9
9
5
9
10%
95%
90%
8
11
25.64%
101.5%
87.50%
5
5
10%
95%
80%
5
9
15%
95%
80%
5
3
95%
2.25
<1
105.7%
5
3
95%
5
3
95%
20
15
5
3
15
8
2.5
1
25
15
5
3
20
15
5
3
Seventh Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Explanatory
23800
5
14
8%
10%
95%
60%
60%
Sixth Judicial District Court
Output
23700
13
13
11.76%
16.67%
99.8%
64%
43.75%
Fifth Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
23600
5
14
8%
10%
95%
75%
70%
Fourth Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
23500
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, adult drug court
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Eighth Judicial District Court
Number of adult drug-court graduates
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
49
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Quality
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
23900
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Number of adult drug-court graduates
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Output
Output
Quality
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Graduation rate, adult drug court
5
5
95%
5
7.3
98.4%
5
5
95%
5
5
95%
3
3
95%
1
1
99.5%
3
3
95%
1
1
95%
40
16
20
10
30
16
25
15
5
8
8%
10%
95%
75%
70%
1
2.25
26.92%
20.41%
95.5%
71.43%
37.74%
5
8
8%
10%
95%
75%
70%
5
8
20%
20%
95%
70%
50%
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court participants
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
10
5
7
10%
95%
75%
3
2
11
27.27%
89.0%
37.50%
7
3
5
10%
95%
75%
7
3
5
20%
90%
60%
30
5
14
10%
95%
65%
60
3
5.5
10.53%
102.5%
72.29%
50
5
7
10%
95%
70%
50
5
7
10%
95%
70%
Thirteenth Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
50
20%
10%
95%
60%
60%
Twelfth Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Explanatory
Explanatory
24300
8%
5%
95%
70%
70%
Eleventh Judicial District Court
Output
Output
24200
17.74%
10.20%
109.2%
42.11%
30.0%
Tenth Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Explanatory
24100
8%
5%
95%
70%
70%
Ninth Judicial District Court
Output
Output
Explanatory
24000
Recidivism of adult drug-court graduates
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Graduation rate, adult drug court
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Number of juvenile drug-court graduates
Median number of days to process vendor payment vouchers
Number of days to process juror payment vouchers
Recidivism of juvenile drug-court graduates
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate, juvenile drug court
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
24400
Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court
Outcome
Output
Quality
Efficiency
Explanatory
Explanatory
25100
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Fees and fines collected as a percent of fees and fines assessed
Number of driving-while-intoxicated drug-court graduates
Recidivism of driving-while-intoxicated drug-court graduates
Cost per client per day for adult drug-court participants
Cases disposed as a percent of cases filed
Graduation rate of drug-court participants
95%
200
4%
$11.00
95%
80%
104.2%
147
7.7%
$10.79
92.6%
73.9%
95%
145
4%
$11.00
95%
80%
95%
145
7%
$11.00
95%
80%
First Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
<1%
<45
4,500
0.85%
36
4,250
<1%
<45
4,000
<1%
<35
4,500
Output
Output
Output
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
7,000
160
125
7,356
173.5
260
7,200
175
125
7,000
185
200
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
25200
4.1
6
6
300
280
280
<1%
20
20,500
28,000
145
0.21%
41
19,695
25,575
169
<1%
10
20,900
26,300
110
<1%
10
20,000
25,600
160
12
250
200
9.00
250
181
9
250
200
9
250
190
.05%
6,000
3
4,600
170
100
0.35%
5,696
18
5,114
232
146
.05%
6,000
3
4,600
170
100
.05%
6,000
3
4,600
220
100
6
7.6
6
6
160
259
160
250
Second Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Average attorney caseload
Average number of cases prosecuted per attorney
25300
6
255
Third Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
51
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
25400
Fourth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into PPD program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
25500
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
<1%
1,935
212
1,694
37
<1%
2,000
225
2,000
35
<1%
1,950
200
1,600
35
6
5
6
6
225
242
225
240
<1%
4,000
4,500
5
150
90
0.0%
5,283
6,743
5
345.8
119
<1%
4,000
5,500
5
150
90
<1%
4,500
6,000
5
310
90
6
6
6
6
150
270.9
150
310
<1%
<5
1,900
2,200
200
200
50
0%
0
2,404
2,528
228
227.5
29
<1%
<5
1,900
2,400
200
200
50
<1%
<5
2,000
2,400
200
200
30
Sixth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Average number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
25700
<1%
2,000
225
2,000
30
Fifth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
25600
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
5
3
5
5
200
228
200
200
Seventh Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
<1%
200
30
0.07%
139
19
<1%
200
30
<1%
200
30
Output
Output
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
2
1,900
1
1,459
<5
1,850
<5
1,750
52
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
Number of cases referred for screening
Average attorney caseload
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition for felony
cases, in months
Efficiency
Efficiency
25800
2,000
140
8
1,866
178
7.7
2,000
140
8
2,000
160
8
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition for
misdemeanor cases, in months
5
5.9
5.5
5.7
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
5
6
5.5
5.5
<1%
2,000
1,400
15
200
200
50
<1%
1,968
1,351
10
169
169
92
<1%
2,000
1,300
15
200
200
50
<1%
2,000
1,500
15
200
200
50
Eighth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Average number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
25900
6
8.5
6
9
200
246
200
200
<1%
2,800
3,400
<5
300
75
0
2,817
3,229
0
331.41
<1%
2,700
3,360
<5
250
90
<1%
2,700
3,200
<5
280
90
6
7.21
6
7
350
379.88
325
380
<1%
1,000
1,000
0
300
10
0
832
1,012
0
568
15
<1%
800
900
0
275
10
<1%
800
900
0
350
10
5
5.18
5
6
300
600
275
350
Ninth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
26000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Tenth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
53
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
26100
Eleventh Judicial District Attorney, Division I
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases prosecuted
Average number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
26200
<.5%
4,300
3,500
175
175
115
0.09%
4,225
3,370
205
<.25%
4,000
3,500
200
<.25
4,000
3,500
200
140
115
120
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
<10
6
3
4.79
<10
<6
<10
<6
Average attorney caseload
250
258
250
250
<.05%
3,400
5,000
2
150
150
125
0.3%
3,652
4,319
11
317.57
317.57
40
<0.1%
3,400
5,000
2
150
150
125
<0.3%
3,400
4,000
2
150
150
125
6
6.47
6
6
180
375.57
180
180
<.2%
<27
5,200
6,800
192
120
.4%
16
4,183
5,654
164
131
<.3%
<17
5,200
6,200
192
120
<.3
<17
5,000
6,000
192
120
6
11.15
6
6
190
221
190
200
7,500
59,816
3,700
60,000
60
80
311
60
80
80
80
80
Twelfth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Average number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
26300
Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Efficiency
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Efficiency
Average attorney caseload
26400
Administrative Office of the District Attorneys
Output
Number of victim notification events and escapes reported, monthly
Output
Output
Number of trainings conducted during the fiscal year
Number of computer programming tasks resolved in case
management system
54
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Output
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Number of CLE hours of education provided by AODA at training
events
26
4,438.75
3,500
5,000
Output
Number of DA employees receiving training through AODA events
900
967
900
950
Quality
Number of service calls for assistance related to the maintenance of
the case management system resolved
700
7,800
800
9,000
Efficiency
Average time to resolve information technology calls for assistance,
in hours
6
5
7
7
Explanatory
Percent of time network is available to users
99%
96.5%
99%
99%
<1%
265
2,250
3,000
5
<1%
205
1,746
2,751
4.18
<1%
275
2,200
3,000
3
<1%
275
2,000
2,800
5
20
10
20
10
3
350
5.1
5
324
4.18
3
350
4
3
350
5
26500
Eleventh Judicial District Attorney, Division II
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Percent of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Number of cases prosecuted per attorney
Number of cases prosecuted
Number of cases referred for screening
Average time from filing complaint to final disposition, in months
Output
Number of cases in which defendant was referred into preprosecution diversion program
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
Number of cases dismissed under the six-month rule
Average attorney caseload
Average time from filing of petition to final disposition, in months
Attorney General
30500
P625 Legal Services
Outcome
Percent of investigations of Open Meetings Act, Inspection of Public
Records Act, Governmental Conduct Act and Campaign Reporting
Act, with complaints or referrals initiated within thirty days of
referral
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of mediation processes initiated within seventy-two hours of
receipt of completed complaint
90%
63%
90%
90%
Outcome
Percent of initial responses to requests for attorney general opinions
made within three days of request
95%
82.5%
95%
95%
Outcome
Percent of inquiries resolved within sixty days of complaint or referral
receipt
40%
37%
40%
40%
Output
Output
Number of crime victims receiving information and advocacy
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
800
40
1,200
32
1,000
30
1,000
30
Efficiency
Number of outreach presentations conducted throughout the state
90
37
90
90
$30
$27
$30
$30
P626 Medicaid Fraud
Outcome
Three-year projected savings resulting from fraud investigations, in
millions
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Number of program improvement recommendations forwarded to
New Mexico agencies and the United States department of health
and human services
5
5
5
5
Efficiency
Percent of case investigations under the medicaid fraud control
unit's jurisdiction completed within one hundred and eighty days of
receipt.
80%
59%
80%
80%
Explanatory
Total medicaid fraud recoveries identified, in thousands
$3,000
$8,964
$3,000
$3,000
30800
State Auditor
Outcome
Percent of statutory reviews of audit reports completed within ten
days
75%
88%
85%
85%
Outcome
Percent of agency auditor selection requests processed within five
days of receipt
95%
100%
95%
100%
Output
Output
Output
Total audit fees generated
Number of training sessions performed
Number of working paper reviews of independent public
accountants
$430,000
16
45
$446,530
17
46
$430,000
16
45
$430,000
16
45
Explanatory
Percent of audits completed by regulatory due date
80%
84%
80%
80%
<1%
0.3%
<0.5%
<0.5%
20
15
15
15
33300
Taxation and Revenue Department
P572 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of driving-while-intoxicated drivers' license revocations
rescinded due to failure to hold hearings within ninety days
Outcome
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
Outcome
Percent of projects certified by the department of information
technology completed within budget
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Outcome
Number of tax protest cases resolved
Percent of matched combine reporting system taxes distributed
timely
750
100%
1,306
100%
1,200
100%
1,200
100%
Output
Percent of internal audit recommendations implemented
85%
99%
90%
90%
P573 Tax Administration
Outcome
Percent of baseline and funded delinquent tax collection targets met
100.0%
104.0%
100.0%
100.0%
Outcome
Collections as a percent of collectible audit assessments generated in
the current fiscal year
55.0%
61.0%
65.0%
65.0%
Outcome
Collections as a percent of collectible outstanding balances from the
end of the prior fiscal year
18.0%
18.0%
18.0%
18.0%
Outcome
Collections as a percent of collectible audit assessments generated in
the current fiscal year plus assessments generated in the last quarter
of the prior fiscal year
Outcome
Percent of fraudulent refund mill tax returns intercepted compared
with the total number of personal income tax returns processed
56
18%
0.2%
0.7%
0.2%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
0.2%
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Target
Outcome
Percent of questionable refund tax returns stopped compared with
the total number of personal income tax returns processed percent
of questionable refund tax returns stopped compared with the total
number of income tax returns processed
Output
Average return on investment (all funds) for every dollar invested in
the audit and compliance division
Output
Efficiency
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
0.2%
10.0:1
10.9:1
10.0:1
10.0:1
Percent of electronically filed returns for personal income tax and
combined reporting system
85%
90%
90%
90%
Percent of taxpayer correspondence requests answered in an average
of ten working days
95%
100%
100%
100%
92%
91%
92%
85%
92%
85%
6:00
20:00
1.0
4:48
17:40
1.0
6:00
20:00
1.0
6:00
20:00
1.0
25%
25%
P574 Motor Vehicle
Outcome
Quality
Percent of registered vehicles with liability insurance
Percent of customers rating customer service as good or higher
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Average call center wait time to reach an agent, in minutes
Average wait time in qmatic-equipped offices, in minutes
Average number of days to post "court action" driving-whileintoxicated citations to drivers' records on receipt
Efficiency
Web transactions as a percent of total transactions
P575 Property Tax
Outcome
Percent of counties in compliance with sales ratio standard of eightyfive percent assessed value-to-market value
92%
93%
95%
95%
Output
Percent of counties in which a delinquent property tax sale was held
66%
78%
66%
80%
Output
Amount of delinquent property tax collected and distributed to
counties, in millions
$7.0
$13.5
$10.0
$10.0
P579 Compliance Enforcement
Outcome
Number of tax investigations referred to prosecutors as a percent of
total investigations assigned during the year
40%
33%
50%
50%
Outcome
Successful tax fraud prosecutions as a percent of total cases
prosecuted
95%
100%
95%
100%
Outcome
Percent of internal investigations completed within sixty days
40%
86%
55%
55%
33700
State Investment Council
Outcome
Five-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal
benchmarks, in basis points
>25
-113
>25
>25
Outcome
Five-year annualized percentile performance ranking in endowment
investment peer universe
<49
43
<49
<49
Outcome
Three-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal
benchmarks, in basis points
>25
-90
>25
>25
Outcome
Three-year annualized percentile performance ranking in
endowment investment peer universe
<49
62
<49
<49
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FY14
Target
34100
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Department of Finance and Administration
P541
Policy Development, Fiscal Analysis, Budget Oversight and Education Accountability
Outcome
Outcome
General fund reserves as a percent of recurring appropriations
Error rate for the eighteen-month general fund revenue forecast,
non-oil and gas revenue and corporate income taxes
10%
(+/-) 4%
11%
2.2
10%
(+/-) 4%
10%
(+/-) 4%
Outcome
Error rate for the eighteen-month general fund revenue forecast, gas
revenue and corporate income taxes
(+/-) 3%
0.7%
(+/-) 3%
(+/-) 3%
Outcome
Average number of working days to process capital budget requests
and budget adjustment requests
5
4-7
5
5
Outcome
Percent of bond projects that expired at the end of the previous
fiscal year for which proceeds are either disbursed or reverted six
months following fiscal year-end
95%
97%
95%
95%
Outcome
Percent of state treasurer's investment committee meetings attended
by board of finance director or designee
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of state agencies that submit performance measure data as
required by the July 15th and September 1st statutory deadlines
95%
Outcome
Percent of training attendees that report training as satisfactory or
above
75%
Outcome
Percent of agencies responding to the annual state budget division
performance survey who rate customer service as satisfactory or
above
75%
Outcome
Percent of local capital outlay projects included in the infrastructure
capital improvement plan
Outcome
95%
100%
Percent of agencies that develop and implement performance
monitoring plans
100%
100%
100%
Output
Number of capital projects older than five years for which the
funding is not expended or reverted
0
0
0
0
Output
Dollar amount of capital projects older than five years that are not
expended or reverted, in millions
0
0
0
0
Output
Percent of state agency capital outlay projects included in the
infrastructure capital improvement plan
90%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Average number of bids received at each competitive bond sales
5
6
5
5
Output
Percent of state agencies monitored that are operating within
available resources
100%
100%
100%
Quality
Average number of working days to process capital budget requests
Quality
Percent of board members satisfied with monthly briefings pursuant
to an anonymous annual survey
Efficiency
Percent of state payments processed electronically
58
5
5
100%
100%
100%
100%
>=70%
81.7%
>=70%
>=70%
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Target
FY14
Result
FY15
Target
FY16
Recomm
90%
93%
90%
90%
12/15
11/26
12/15
12/15
_______________________
P542 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of major fund reconciliation completed as an internal
control within twenty-one days after the official closing of the books
each quarter
Outcome
Date of timely, unqualified audit opinion issued for the department
audit
Outcome
Average number of working days to process department level budget
adjustment requests and submit them to State Budget Division for
review
Outcome
Date agency appropriation request is submitted to agency
management for review and approval
8/15
Outcome
Percent of internal payment requests (invoices) processed and
submitted to financial control for payment within fourty-eight hours
of acceptance
95%
Outcome
Percent of completed personnel action requests (HR) within 48
hours of acceptance
90%
Outcome
Percent of employee evaluations received by each employee's
anniversary date in accordance with NMAC 1.7.9
90%
Outcome
Output
Percent of contracts rejected
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
Output
Number of working days between disbursement of federal funds
from federal treasury to expenditure of such funds
2
15%
5
14.3%
2
15%
2
2
5
2
2
2
95%
97%
97%
97%
900,000
111,278
10,000
10,000
5
16
5
5
325
322
325
325
P543 Community Development, Local Government Assistance and Fiscal Oversight
Outcome
Percent of acceptable payment requests processed within five
working days of receipt
Outcome
Total number of persons who benefited from closed civil legal
services cases
Outcome
Number of counties and municipalities operating under a
conditional certification during the fiscal year
Output
Number of local entities participating in the infrastructure capital
improvement planning program
Output
Number of local DWI program service areas for which benchmarks
are developed and implemented to evaluate program effectiveness
by June 30, 2016
4 to 8
3.5
4 to 8
4 to 8
Output
Percent of community development block grant projects completed
with closeout monitoring letter
90%
95%
85%
85%
Output
Percent of county and municipality budgets approved by the local
government division (of budgets submitted timely)
90%
84%
90%
90%
Quality
Percent of tax rate certifications that are accurate in the initial
submission to the local entity
99%
100%
100%
100%
Quality
Quality
Efficiency
Number of annual local site visits by DWI staff
Number of annual local site visits by E-911 staff
Percent of agreements, not restricted by State Board of Finance
special conditions, issued within seventy-five days from availability of
funds
40
100
90%
40
80
97%
45
100
90%
45
100
90%
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P544 Fiscal Management and Oversight
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Percent of error-free bank accounts
Percent of contracts rejected
Date of submitting the annual statewide cost allocation plan for
federal approval
75%
84%
75%
12/31
3/31
12/31
75%
15%
12/31
Output
Percent of deadlines met for submitting internal revenue service
reports
100%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Deadline for publishing up-to-date model accounting practices
7/1
7/1
7/1
7/1
Output
Efficiency
Percent of bank accounts reconciled
Length of time to issue the comprehensive annual financial report
after the end of the fiscal year, in months
100%
7
100%
N/A
100%
10
100%
10
Efficiency
Percent of payments to vendors within the parameters set by the
Procurement Code and contractual provisions
95%
95%
95%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of payroll payments to employees made by the scheduled
payday
99.5%
99.5%
100%
100%
Efficiency
Percent of vendor and employee payment vouchers processed
within five working days
90%
93.92%
95%
95%
Efficiency
Percent response to help desk requests within two business days
97%
97%
97%
97%
12
10.2
≤9%
8
≤6%
9
59%
60%
65%
58%
62%
72%
≤3%
2%
2%
≤3%
≤3%
≤3%
70%
70%
75%
65%
≤$3,800
≤$3,800
Public School Insurance Authority
34200
P630 Benefits Program
Outcome
Outcome
Percent change in per-member health claim costs.
Average number of days to resolve inquiries and appeals related to
customer service claims
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent increase in mammography screening compliance.
Percent increase in pap smear screening compliance.
Percent change in medical premium as compared with industry
average
Outcome
Percent change in dental premium as compared with industry
average
Output
Quality
Number of participants covered by health plans
Percent of employees expressing satisfaction with group health
benefits
56,000
70%
53851
TBD
Efficiency
Percent variance of dental premium change between the public
school insurance authority and industry average
≤3%
3%
Efficiency
Percent variance of medical premium change between the public
school insurance authority and industry average
≤3%
3%
P631
Risk Program
Outcome
Percent of schools in compliance with loss control prevention
recommendations
Outcome
Average cost per claim for current fiscal year.
60
≤$5,250
$6,187
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Target
Outcome
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Percent change of members' average premium costs per one
hundred dollars of building value.
≤5%
0%
≤5%
≤6%
Outcome
Percent change of cost per claim.
≤5%
<5%
≤5%
≤6%
Outcome
Average cost per ergonomic claim as compared with five-year
average.
≤3%
≤5%
Outcome
Average cost per water damage claim as compared with five-year
average.
≤3%
≤5%
Outcome
Average cost per improper touching claim as compared with fiveyear average
≤3%
≤3%
Outcome
Average cost per individuals with disabilities education act claim as
compared with five-year average.
≤3%
≤4%
Outcome
Average cost per bus accident claims as compared with five-year
average.
≤3%
≤4%
Outcome
Average cost per roof damage claim as compared with five-year
average
≤3%
≤4%
Outcome
Percent change in the average cost of worker's compensation claims
as compared with self-insured plans in the workers' compensation
administration's annual report
≤3%
≤4%
Outcome
Number of workers' compensation claims in the area of ergonomics
Output
Number of educational entities enrolled in the risk insurance
program
Output
Quality
Number of loss prevention training seminars
Percent of educational entities satisfied with risk insurance claimprocessing service
95%
95%
60
45
183
186
120
95%
184
95%
0
100%
0
100%
0
0
P632 Program Support
Outcome
Efficiency
34300
Number of prior-year audit findings that recur
Percent of employee performance evaluations completed by
anniversary date
Retiree Health Care Authority
P633 Healthcare Benefits Administration
Outcome
Outcome
Total revenue generated in millions
Percent of participants satisfied with the healthcare benefits program
$275
85%
$293
79%
$282
85%
$320
85%
Outcome
Outcome
Number of years of projected balanced spending
Percentage annual increase in the number of non-medicare
participants receiving medical insurance coverage
6
+3%
6
5
5
Outcome
Percentage annual increase in the number of medicare participants
receiving medical insurance coverage
+5%
Output
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
Minimum number of years of solvency
Average monthly medicare eligible per-participant claim cost
Total revenue increase to the reserve fund in millions
Average monthly pre-medicare eligible per-participant claim cost
15
$321
$25
$621
19
$252
$57.5
$577
20
$340
$25
$670
18
$340
$25
$670
Efficiency
Percent variance of medical premium change with industry average
+/-4%
0.1%
+/-4%
+/-4%
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Efficiency
Percent of average medical premium subsidy for pre-medicare and
medicare plans
50%
50%
Efficiency
Total healthcare benefits program claims paid, in millions
$265
$252
Efficiency
Percent variance of dental premium change between retiree health
care authority and industry average
+/-2%
0%
Efficiency
Explanatory
Percent change in medical premium to participants
Number of retiree healthcare participants
9%
54,000
7%
56,131
0
0
7
8
50%
50%
56,160
59,000
0
100%
100%
6
0
100%
100%
6
P634 Program Support
Outcome
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Number of prior-year audit findings that recur
Percent of deposits made within twenty-four hours
Percent of payments made within thirty days
Average number of days to resolve customer service claims related to
inquiries and appeals
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Direct number of member interactions
Average speed of answered calls
Percent of completed employee performance appraisals at one year
11,500
10 seconds
100%
100%
100%
100%
60%
100%
General Services Department
35000
P598 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of audit findings resolved from prior fiscal year excluding
findings related to fund solvency
65%
70%
Outcome
Percent of prior year accounts receivable dollars collected for
combined funds
Output
Percent of accounts receivable dollars collected by fiscal year end
75%
75%
Output
Output
Efficiency
Percent of time information technology systems are available
Percent of audit plans completed
Percent of payments to vendors within thirty days
95%
95%
85%
100%
100%
100%
5%
6.3%
5%
P604 Procurement Services
Outcome
Percent increase in awards to companies receiving a New Mexico
preference
Outcome
Percent increase in “best value” awards above one hundred
thousand
15%
300%
3%
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Percent decrease in sole source procurements
Percent increase in vendor post award compliance
Number of government employees trained on procurement code
compliance and methods
10%
78.8%
3%
600
689
630
Output
Percent reduction in procurement code violations compared with
the previous fiscal year
5%
47%
5%
Output
Output
Output
Number of small business clients assisted
Percent increase of e-procurement bids and proposals
Percent increase in public outreach activities
325
650
600
62
3%
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5%
5%
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent increase in the number of agency visits for compliance with
procurement requirements
2%
Output
Percent change in requests for proposals
5%
P605 State Printing Services
Outcome
Sales growth in state printing revenue compared with the previous
legislative fiscal year
Outcome
Outcome
Percent increase in new customer base
Average number of business days to provide a quote to the customer
Output
Revenue generated per employee compared with the previous
legislative fiscal year
Output
Output
Percent of printing jobs delivered on time
Print job error costs, as compared to total sales
10%
1.1%
5%
8%
5%
2
$90,000
$106,100
$120,000
$100,000
95%
2%
P606 Risk Management
Outcome
Outcome
Percent decrease in overall legal counsel dollars spent
Percent increase in the number of unemployment claims challenged
5%
5%
7%
0.7%
10%
3%
Outcome
Output
Efficiency
Percent change in claims to the unemployment insurance fund
Number of employees trained on loss control and prevention
Average time it takes to resolve a claim (in days)
500
1,471
500
≥2%
30
P607 Employee Group Health Benefits
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of state group prescriptions filled with generic drugs
Percent reduction in claims costs for the top three diagnostic causes
80%
3%
84%
20%
82%
3%
82%
Outcome
Percent increase in employee participation in health benefit wellness
programs or events
3%
40%
3%
Outcome
Percent difference between the state plan's average per
member/month total healthcare cost compared to the national
government sector per member/month total healthcare cost
≤5%
Outcome
Percent of members with state medical coverage who participated in
preventative health checkups
25%
Output
Output
Efficiency
Percent increase in annual wellness visits
Average monthly per-participant claim cost
Percent change in state employee medical premium compared with
the national industry average
Efficiency
Percent change in state employee dental premiums compared with
the national industry average
Explanatory
Percent of eligible state employees purchasing state medical
insurance
≤ 7%
11%
5%
$350
≤7%
≤ 7%
< 6%
≤7%
≤7%
90%
92%
92%
92%
3%
3%
5%
23%
11.4%
0.44%
5%
5%
3%
5%
5%
≤10%
P608 Business Office Space Management and Maintenance Services
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent change in natural gas consumption
Percent change in electricity consumption
Percent decrease in lease costs from previous year
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent decrease in leased space compared with the previous fiscal
year
5%
5.7%
5%
Outcome
Percent of time major facility equipment is operational
80%
98.8%
95%
Outcome
Percent change in average cost per square foot for current leased
space
Output
Percent of preventive maintenance service requirements completed
on time
75%
85.6%
75%
80%
Output
Percent of severance tax bond funded projects in design within six
months of approved budget
75%
60%
95%
80%
Output
Efficiency
Percent of repair work orders completed on time
Percent of facilities management division capital projects on
schedule and within approved budget
80%
92%
72.5%
88%
80%
94%
94%
Explanatory
Percent of state-owned office space occupied
95%
96%
95%
10%
29.8%
25%
15%
5%
95%
3%
P609 Transportation Services
Outcome
Percent increase in vehicles that accumulate at least one thousand
miles per month
Outcome
Percent increase in revenue generated through surplus property
5%
115.6%
5%
Efficiency
Efficiency
Percent of passenger vehicle lease revenues to expenses
Percent of transportation services division revenues to expenses
90%
96.8%
90%
Efficiency
Transportation services division average vehicle operation costs per
mile, as compared to the industry average
Explanatory
Explanatory
Percent of state vehicle fleet beyond five years
Percent increase in short term vehicle use
90%
<$0.59
20%
5%
54%
28%
20%
5%
30%
5%
P700 Risk Management Funds
Outcome
Percent reduction in the number and average cost of public liability
claims per year
Outcome
Percent reduction in the number and average cost of public
property claims per year
Outcome
Percent reduction in the number and average cost of workers'
compensation claims per year
Explanatory
Explanatory
Projected financial position of the public property fund
Projected financial position of the workers' compensation fund
50%
30%
250%
18%
50%
50%
50%
50%
Explanatory
Projected financial position of the public liability fund
50%
22%
50%
50%
15
7.75%
95.0%
≤30
7,000
8
12.9%
98.0%
TBD
6725
12
7.75%
95.0%
≤30
6,000
12
7.75%
95.0%
≤30
6,000
30
28
30
30
35200
≥12%
≥3%
Educational Retirement Board
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Average number of days to process refund requests
Average rate of return over a cumulative five-year period
Percent of members' satisfaction with seminars and trainings
Funding period of unfunded actuarial accrued liability in years
Number of benefit estimates and purchase of service requests
computed annually
Output
Number of member workshops conducted
64
≥5%
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Target
35400
New Mexico Sentencing Commission
Outcome
Number of pragmatic research projects provided to policy makers
that inform policy discussions in New Mexico
Output
Percent of criminal and juvenile justice bills analyzed for a legislative
session
Output
Output
Number of research projects completed
Number of website hits per month
35500
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
15
100%
100%
100%
100%
13
360,000
13
350,000
15
350,000
15
350,000
10,000
10,000
Public Defender Department
Output
Number of alternative sentencing treatment placements for felony
and juvenile clients
Output
Number of alternative sentencing treatment placements for felony,
misdemeanor and juvenile clients
Output
Number of expert witness services approved by the department
Output
Number of cases diverted out of the criminal justice system prior to
the return of an indictment
35,500
TBD
Quality
Percent of felony cases resulting in a reduction of original formally
filed charges
65%
87%
Quality
Percent of misdemeanor cases resulting in a reduction of the original
formally filed charges
Quality
Percent of juvenile cases resulting in a reduction of the original
formally filed charges
Efficiency
Percent of cases in which application fees were collected
35600
10,000
3,102
1,900
1,951
65%
65%
45%
10,000
12.4%
38.4%
65%
70%
19.4%
65%
65%
70%
45%
45%
70%
Governor
Outcome
Percent of constituent service cases closed within thirty days of initial
receipt
90%
90%
90%
90%
Output
Number of business days to answer or refer to the proper entity
constituent requests for information
4
8
8
8
Output
Output
Number of days to process extraditions
Number of days to post floor sessions, legislative committee
meetings, state investment council, board of finance, and all other
public meetings that are recorded by the governor's office on
www.governor.state.nm.us
14
2
14
1
14
2
14
2
Output
Number of days to review recommendations from notary
compliance and enforcement unit and issue a final order
10
10
10
10
Output
Number of days to acknowledge receipt and determine eligibility for
consideration of pardon requests
10
10
10
10
Output
Output
Number of cabinet meetings held by the governor
Number of days it will take to post executive orders to the
governor's website after signed by the governor and the secretary
of state
12
1
12
1
12
1
12
1
Output
Number of days press releases will be posted to the website
1
1
1
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
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Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Number of meetings the office of the governor holds with each
department's public information officer
Efficiency
Percentage of governor exempt employees who are required to fill
out a financial disclosure form
Efficiency
Number of cabinet secretaries who make more than $125 thousand
annually
Efficiency
Percent of governor exempt employees who have signed the code
of conduct
36000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
4
1
4
100%
100%
100%
0
4
4
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Lieutenant Governor
Outcome
Output
Percent of constituent service files closed within thirty days
Percent of border authority meetings or teleconferences held and
attended
80%
90%
95%
66%
80%
90%
80%
90%
Output
Percent of mortgage finance authority meetings held and attended
90%
83%
90%
90%
Output
Output
Output
Percent of board of finance meetings held and attended
Percent of days in session and presided over (gavel down)
Percent of community development council meetings held and
attended
90%
90%
90%
84%
100%
100%
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
Output
Output
Number of constituent service mobile office days held
Percent of spaceport authority meetings or teleconferences held and
attended
4
90%
12
67%
4
90%
4
90%
Output
Number of constituent town hall meetings and economic forums
held
4
14
4
4
36100
Department of Information Technology
P771
Program Support
Outcome
Percent of audit corrective action plan commitments completed on
schedule
95%
TBD
95%
95%
Outcome
Outcome
Dollar amount of account receivables over sixty days old
Percent of mainframe services meeting federal standards for cost
recovery
$7,500,000
100%
$4,956,248
TBD
$5,500,000
100%
$5,500,000
100%
Outcome
Percent of voice, data and radio services meeting federal standards
for cost recovery
100%
TBD
100%
100%
Output
Percent of accounts receivable dollars collected within sixty days of
the invoice due date
75%
80%
78%
78%
P772 Compliance and Project Management
Output
Percent of certified projects reviewed that are aligned with agencies'
annual information technology plans or amended plans on a
monthly basis
Explanatory
Number and budget requested for nonrecurring information
technology appropriations as incorporated within annual agency
information technology plans
66
100%
20/$507
24/$607
20/$507
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
20/$507
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Explanatory
Number and appropriated budget of executive agency certified
projects reviewed quarterly for oversight requirements
100%
84/$407M
100%
100%
Explanatory
Quarterly number and budget of approved information technology
professional services contracts and amendments
100%
100%
N/A
100%
99.9%
35%
99.9%
99%
99.9%
50%
99.9%
65%
TBD
65%
65%
P773 Enterprise Services
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of the state voice communication network in service
Percent increase of applications running on virtualized enterprise
servers
Outcome
Percent of co-located and enterprise hosted systems with
documented system security plans
Outcome
Number of anchor institutions using the forthcoming 700Mhz longterm evolution public safety network
5
TBD
5
5
Outcome
Percent of phone systems using internet protocol or other similar
technologies to achieve virtual local calling within the state enterprise
30%
17.9%
15%
15%
Outcome
Percent of service desk incidents resolved within the timeframe
specified for their priority level
90%
83.2%
90%
90%
Outcome
Percent on-time delivery of statewide human resource, accounting,
and management reporting system approved projects to the
implementation date
80%
TBD
80%
80%
Outcome
Percent of mainframe uptime affecting user access or batch
scheduling
99.9%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Number of enterprise data systems with a disaster recovery or
resilience presence at the state secondary data center
5
5
5
Outcome
Amount of information technology savings or cost avoidance as
calculated for enterprise systems with existing and documented
metrics
$3,000,000
TBD
$3,000,000
Outcome
Percent reduction of past end-of-life systems refreshed or replaced
with equipment replacement funds
50%
TBD
50%
Outcome
Number of perimeter and security-logged systems reporting security
metrics to the network operations center
80%
80%
80%
Outcome
Percent of staff that receive at minimum 24 hours of training in their
specific technology field within a year
Outcome
Number of perimeter and security-logged devices reporting security
metrics to the network operations center
Output
Queue-time to reach a customer service representative at the help
desk, in seconds
<0:20
0:09
<0:16
<0:16
Output
Percent of scheduled uptime the financial suite of the statewide
human resource, accounting and management reporting system is
available during business hours
99.5%
100%
99.5%
99.5%
Output
Percent of scheduled uptime the statewide human resources,
accounting and management reporting system is available during
business hours
99.5%
100%
99.5%
99.5%
Output
Number of enterprise services instrumented with quantitative metrics
for evaluating savings or cost avoidance resulting from consolidation
5
5
5
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
80%
70%
80%
67
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Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Number of days to respond to an agency project request for the
statewide human resource, accounting and management reporting
system
Output
Total number of virtual machines running on hosted enterprise
servers
Explanatory
Number of enterprise systems hosted or owned by the department
with a disaster recovery or resilience presence
36600
30
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
7
≤30
375
5
Public Employees Retirement Association
Outcome
Outcome
Funding period of unfunded actuarial accrued liability, in years
Average rate of return on investments over a cumulative five-year
period
Outcome
Ten-year average annualized performance ranking in national survey
of fifty to sixty similar large public pension plans.
Outcome
Ten-year annualized investment returns to exceed internal
benchmark, in basis points
Quality
Efficiency
Percent of accurately computed retirements
Average number of days to respond to requests for benefit estimates,
military buy-backs and service credit verifications
36900
≤30
30
≤30
7.75%
≤30
7.75%
≥50th
87th
≥50th
≥50th
30
83
>30
>30
99%
25-30
99.8%
24-28
99%
25-30
99%
25-30
32
30
32
32
100%
100%
100%
100%
State Commission of Public Records
Outcome
Maximum number of days between rule effective date and online
availability
Outcome
Percent of New Mexico historical records grant projects that are
achieving stated objectives
Outcome
Percent of annual strategic plan performance measures achieved or
on schedule
75%
93%
75%
85%
Outcome
Percent of total records items scheduled, reviewed, amended or
replaced within a five-year period
40%
38%
40%
40%
Outcome
Percent of requests for access to public records in its custody that
the commission is able to satisfy within 24 hours
75%
100%
75%
90%
Output
Number of research documents and educational activities provided
by the state historian
12
27
25
25
Output
Number of times during a fiscal year that visitors accessed
information on the New Mexico history website
150,000
213,076
150,000
150,000
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
7
3
10
7
37000
Secretary of State
P642 Administration and Operations
Outcome
Output
Percent of prior-year audit findings resolved
Percent of partnership registration requests processed within the
three-day statutory deadline
Output
Average number of days to issue charter documents
68
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P783 Elections
Outcome
Percent of county clerks satisfied with the election training provided
by the secretary of state's office
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of eligible voters who are registered to vote
Percent of campaign reports filed electronically by the due date
Outcome
Percent of voting machines tested
Outcome
Percent of eligible Native American voters who are registered to vote
Outcome
Percent of statutorily required documents provided to the county
clerks
Outcome
Percent of counties visited by the secretary of state's office to obtain
input regarding the election code and its application
Outcome
Number of counties meeting the Uniformed & Overseas Citizens
Absentee Voting Act deadline of mailing overseas ballots not later
than 45 days prior to an election
Outcome
Number of third party voter registration agents whose registrations
can be tracked
Outcome
Number of counties using the integrated reporting & integrity
system
Output
Number of training sessions provided to all county clerks on changes
to the Election Code
Output
Percent of laws in the Election Code that require rules for which
rules have been promulgated
Quality
Number of errors, misspellings or mistranslations on election ballots
0
Quality
Number of filed candidates whose names fail to appear on printed
ballots
0
Efficiency
Percent of public requests and complaints responded to within the
three day statutory deadline
37800
100%
100%
100%
100%
80%
90%
80%
100%
80%
98%
80%
100%
100%
100%
100%
65%
TBD
60%
60%
100%
100%
100%
100%
90%
90%
100%
100%
33
100%
33
1
1
1
1
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
95%
95%
40
64.4
45
50
95%
97%
25%
95%
95%
5
20
5
5
95%
93%
95%
95%
Personnel Board
Outcome
Average number of days to fill a position from the date of posting
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of state employees receiving overtime
Percent of department or agencies with over ninety percent of
personnel evaluations completed
Outcome
Number of rule compliance audit reviews performed during the
fiscal year
Outcome
Percent of new hire managers and supervisors who successfully
complete the management and supervision training sponsored by
the state personnel office within three months of date of hire
Outcome
Average number of days to fill a position from advertisement closure
Outcome
Average number of days to post position following agency request
Output
Percent of rule-compliance audit exceptions corrected within six
months of discovery
Output
Percent of eligible employees with a completed performance
appraisal on record at the close of the fiscal year
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
45
12
100%
100%
100%
100%
99%
99%
95%
95%
69
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Average state employee sick leave usage per capita
State employee average overtime usage per month
Average state classified employee compa-ratio
Average state classified new hire compa-ratio
Efficiency
State employee average overtime usage per month and percent of
state employees receiving overtime
Explanatory
Percent of new employees who successfully complete their
probationary period
Explanatory
Percent of classified employees voluntarily leaving state service
Explanatory
Percent of classified employees involuntarily leaving state service
Explanatory
Number of disciplinary actions for union-covered positions
appealed to arbitration rather than personnel board
Explanatory
Average cost paid by state for arbitration of disciplinary actions for
union covered positions appealed to arbitration rather than to state
personnel board
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
Statewide classified service vacancy rate
Percent turnover for employees leaving state service
Ratio of disciplinary actions to number appealed to state personnel
board
Explanatory
Number of disciplinary actions for union covered positions appealed
to arbitration rather than to state personnel board and average cost
paid by the state for arbitration
37900
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
40 hrs
24 hrs
95%
91%
100%
97%
12 /25%
16/17%
85%
68%
95%
91%
75%
75%
14%
15%
4%
4%
40
40
$7,500
$7,500
13%
12%
18%
5:1
15.%
6.%
5:1
10%
40/$7,500
26/$7,225
40/$7,000
100%
100%
100%
100%
1%
65%
0%
56%
1%
1%
34%
40%
100%
100%
95%
95%
75%
75%
Public Employee Labor Relations Board
Outcome
Percent compliance with statutes, with particular attention to due
process, equal protection, the Public Employee Bargaining Act and
board rules
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of decisions overturned on appeal
Percent of cases resolved through agreement, mediation or
arbitration
Outcome
Percent of cases resolved through agreement, mediation or
arbitration prior to hearing
Output
Percent of determinations of approval of local labor relations boards
within one hundred days of request for approval
100%
100%
Output
Percent of prohibited practice complaints decided within 180 days of
filing
94%
96%
Output
Percent of bargaining unit recognition petitions processed within
one hundred eighty days of filing
95%
87%
Output
Percent of prohibited practice complaints, not settled or withdrawn,
decided within one hundred eighty days of filing
70
24 hrs
12 hrs
95%
91%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
39400
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
State Treasurer
Outcome
One-year annualized investment return on general fund core
portfolio to exceed internal benchmarks, in basis points
5
15
5
5
Outcome
One-year annualized investment return on local government
investment pool to exceed internal benchmark, in basis points
5
18
5
5
Outcome
Percent of agencies rating overall satisfaction with state investment
office services on a scale of 1 to 7 with a score of 5 or better
80%
90%
Outcome
Percent of employees rating their employment experience on a scale
of 1 to 7 with a score of 5 or higher
98%
90%
Outcome
Percent of reconciling items cleared within thirty days of
identification
90%
99%
Outcome
Outcome
Maximum number of audit findings
Percent of reconciling items cleared within thirty days of posting of
accounting lines, completion and budget check by the agency
2
90%
2
90%
40400
2
Board of Examiners for Architects
Outcome
Percent of registrants audited to ensure compliance with continuing
education requirements
Outcome
Percent of reciprocity applicants who successfully complete the
application process
Output
Output
Number of registration applications processed
Number of days after the receipt of a complaint to process and
deliver the complaint to the enforcement committee
Quality
Percentage of audited registrants who successfully meet the
continuing education requirements
80%
Efficiency
Percent of cases resolved prior to issuance of a notice of
contemplated action
60%
Efficiency
Percent of cases where a notice of contemplated action has been
issued, but is resolved prior to hearing
80%
41700
2%
2%
2%
80%
2,100
7
2,080
6.0
2,100
5
6
Border Authority
Outcome
Annual trade share of New Mexico ports within the west Texas and
New Mexico region
6.5%
10%
21%
21%
Outcome
Percent of program objectives obtained as a result of direct agency
interaction with the border trade community, both public and
private sector
90%
90%
90%
90%
Outcome
Commercial and noncommercial vehicular port traffic at New
Mexico ports
830,000
1,279,179
830,000
1,300,000
Output
Number of coordination meetings with border community leaders,
congressional offices, Mexican federal agencies, federal and state
agencies or international funding resources to maintain integrity of
the international border in New Mexico
270
300
270
300
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
71
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
41800
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Tourism Department
P546 New Mexico Magazine
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Annual circulation rate
Advertising revenue per issue, in thousands
Collection rate
Number of digital magazine subscribers
Number of social media fans
95,000
$80
98.5%
750
89,500
$65
92%
491
95,000
$72
98%
750
95,000
$72
95%
750
150,000
P547 Program Support
Outcome
Output
Acceptance rate of payment vouchers
Percentage of purchase orders and payment vouchers processed
within forty-eight hours
95%
90%
97%
95%
99%
90%
99%
93%
Efficiency
Explanatory
Number of repeat audit findings
Percent of administrative costs of overall agency operating budget
2
15%
3
14%
0
11%
0
11%
22
22
22
22
5
5
5
5
$1,600.0
$1,600.0
P548 Tourism Development
Outcome
Number of joint tourism ventures between New Mexico tourism
department and native american entities
Outcome
Number of new minor and major sporting events attracted to New
Mexico
Outcome
Combined advertising spending of communities and entities using
the tourism department’s current approved brand, in thousands
Outcome
Number of communities in New Mexico clean and beautiful cleanup, beautification, recycling and education events
50
50
Outcome
Number of volunteers in New Mexico clean and beautiful clean-up,
beautification, recycling and education events
20,000
20,000
Output
Number of entities participating in collaborative applications for the
cooperative advertising program
150
175
Output
Number of meetings with regional tourism boards to develop
regional tourism infrastructure development plans
6
6
150
213
P549 Marketing and Promotion
Outcome
Percent change in visits to New Mexico visitor information centers
4%
2%
1%
3%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent increase in lodger's tax revenue
New Mexico's domestic overnight visitor market share
Percent change in New Mexico leisure and hospitality employment
3%
1.1%
3%
-7.5%
1.1%
1.1%
1.1%
3%
1.1%
3%
Outcome
Percent increase of gross receipts tax revenue from accommodations
revenue
2.5%
2.5%
Outcome
Output
Number of referrals from newmexico.org to partner websites
Percent of visitors who choose New Mexico as their primary
destination
70%
70%
75,000
71%
75,000
71%
Output
Output
Dollar amount spent per visitor per day
Percent increase in social media fans
$63
10%
$68
12%
$75
12%
$70
15%
72
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
Result
FY15
Target
FY16
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent increase in number of visits longer than ten seconds to all
department websites
3%
44%
3%
20%
Output
Quality
Explanatory
Percent change in number of visitors to New Mexico
Number of stories placed in the media
Percent of advertising spending of overall agency budget
3%
700
0.6%
753
3%
800
3%
800
50%
2,500
3,686
3,000
4,000
41900
Economic Development Department
P512
Economic Development Department
Outcome
Total number of jobs created due to economic development
department efforts
Outcome
Number of workers trained by the job training incentive program
1,000
1,355
1,000
1,400
Outcome
Outcome
Number of rural jobs created
Number of jobs created through business relocations and
competitive expansions facilitated by the economic development
partnership
1,250
1,700
1,562
1,624
1,400
1,500
1,500
2,000
Outcome
Number of business retention and expansion surveys completed
resulting in job creation, retention, business financing or other
positive outcome
15
7
15
Outcome
Total number of jobs filled due to economic development
department efforts
Outcome
Number of business development projects resulting in a positive
outcome such as job creation or retention, new investment, business
financing or increased revenue
Outcome
Number of total business expansions assisted by the economic
development department
40
61
50
Outcome
Number of rural business expansions assisted by the economic
development department
12
21
15
Outcome
Percent of employees whose wages were subsidized by the job
training incentive program still employed by the company after one
year
66%
68%
Outcome
Percentage of certified communities that complete community
profiles and land & building inventories on NMEDD website
100%
100%
Outcome
Number of communities certified through the certified communities
initiative
36
23
Outcome
Number of jobs created through business expansions assisted by the
economic development department
600
1,438
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Number of jobs created by mainstreet
Number of communities participating in mainstreet
Average annual cost per economic development partnership job
created
600
25
$518
580
$573
$620
Output
Output
New-to-export clients identified and assisted
Dollars of private sector investment in mainstreet districts, in millions
10
$9.0
17
$9.9
10
$15.0
$10
Output
Number of building rehabilitations completed in mainstreet districts
150
162
150
160
Output
Number of businesses provided technical assistance resulting in a
funding package and job creation
5
5
5
7
Output
Number of rural businesses participating in the job training incentive
program
8
13
14
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
1,650
1,650
15
60
$465
73
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Output
Average annual cost per job training incentive program trainee
Number of businesses participating in the job training incentive
program
Output
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
$4,600
28
$6,579
46
$5,500
40
50
Average hourly wage of jobs funded by the job training incentive
program
$20
$17.32
$20
$20
Output
Output
Number of existing exporters assisted in entering new markets
Number of new business advocacy cases opened
10
100
14
101
12
100
100
Output
Output
Number of business advocacy cases solved
Number of business relocations and competitive expansions
facilitated by the economic development partnership
45
9
67
13
50
9
Output
Number of community infrastructure projects moved to financing
stage
5
3
5
Output
Percent of employees whose wages were subsidized by the job
training incentive program still employed in New Mexico after one
year
68%
80%
Output
Average annual cost per announced jobs created through use of
Local Economic Development Act funds
Output
Number of private sector dollars leveraged by each dollar through
the Local Economic Development Act
Output
Total capital investment of recruited companies that supports jobs
created by the New Mexico partnership, in millions
$80
Output
Number of jobs created through the use of local economic
development act funds
500
Output
Number of funded economic development projects resulting in job
growth, new investment and increased revenue
Output
Output
Number of capital outlay projects funded
Number of international organization for standards (ISO) trained
businesses
Output
Number of jobs created by commercialization, energy, and high tech
industries
Output
Output
Number of urban jobs created
Number of new businesses in mainstreet districts
P514
65
70%
$5,000
5:1
5:1
8
8
15
10
4
100
TBD
1,250
140
2,124
101
Film
Outcome
Number of films and media projects principally made in New Mexico
60
61
60
60
Outcome
Number of major film productions over one million dollars
($1,000,000) made in New Mexico
15
18
18
18
Outcome
Output
Direct spending by film industry productions, in millions
Number of film and media worker days
$225
150,000
$162.1
189,782
$225
200,000
$200
190,000
75%
86%
75%
P526 Program Support
Output
Percentage of vouchers accurately processed within seventy-two
hours
Output
Percentage of previous years' audit findings resolved
74
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
100%
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
42000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Regulation and Licensing Department
P599 Construction Industries and Manufactured Housing
Outcome
Percent of commercial plans reviewed within ten working days
85%
84%
95%
85%
Outcome
Output
Percent of residential plans reviewed within five working days
Percent of consumer complaints against licensed contractors and
investigations involving unlicensed contracting resolved out of the
total number of complaints filed
85%
90%
90%
93%
95%
95%
90%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of all installation of manufactured home inspections
performed within seven days of request
90%
94%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of all construction inspections performed within three days
of inspection request
90%
89%
92%
90%
P600 Financial Institutions and Securities
Outcome
Percent of statutorily complete applications processed within a
standard number of days by type of application
95%
93%
95%
95%
Outcome
Percent of examination reports mailed to a depository institution
within thirty days of exit from the institution or the exit conference
meeting
95%
81%
95%
95%
Outcome
Percent of all applications for broker-dealer and investment adviser
registration processed within thirty days of receipt by the securities
division of the completed application
99%
99%
99%
99%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of investment adviser registrants examined annually
Percent of complaints logged and assigned within two days of receipt
of written complaint, then investigated and a course of action
determined no later than four months from receipt of complaint
45%
50%
75%
45%
75%
50%
75%
Output
Percent of all administrative and criminal actions processed annually
70%
70%
P601
Alcohol and Gaming
Outcome
Number of days to process a dispenser license application that
requires a hearing
125
118
75
125
Outcome
Number of days to issue a restaurant (beer and wine) liquor license
110
84
75
75
Output
Number of days to resolve an administrative citation that does not
require a hearing
70
70
60
70
P602 Program Support
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of prior-year audit findings resolved
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
75%
30
50%
30
75%
30
75%
30
Output
Percent of payment vouchers the administrative services division
submits to the department of finance administration without errors
98%
99%
99%
98%
Output
Percent of information service support tasks completed within the
timeframe requested
90%
93%
99%
95%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
75
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Quality
Percent of accurate payroll and personnel information entered into
human resource management system
90%
94%
99%
94%
Quality
Percent of customers satisfied with information service internal
support services
90%
85%
90%
90%
P647 Public Accountancy Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
95%
92%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within five days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
95%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
95%
95%
95%
P648 Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
80%
100%
82%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
84%
88%
85%
84%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
90%
86%
90%
90%
P649 Athletic Commission
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
85%
96%
100%
97%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
100%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
87%
70%
100%
87%
P650 Athletic Trainers Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
90%
97%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
100%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
95%
100%
95%
76
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Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P651 Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
85%
85%
90%
85%
Output
Percent of barber and cosmetology and body art establishments
inspected once every eighteen months
80%
92%
95%
95%
Efficiency
Process initial applications and renewals processed within three days
of receipt of completed application
80%
75%
85%
80%
P652 Chiropractic Examiners Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
98%
100%
99%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
92%
95%
92%
92%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
100%
100%
100%
P653 Counseling and Therapy Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
85%
89%
97%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
79%
85%
80%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
83%
98%
85%
P654 Dental Health Care Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
95%
85%
100%
95%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
91%
95%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
80%
87%
100%
90%
95%
80%
98%
95%
P655 Interior Design Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
77
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
100%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
100%
99%
95%
P657 Landscape Architects Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
80%
94%
90%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
100%
100%
100%
100%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
100%
95%
95%
P658 Massage Therapy Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
95%
95%
95%
95%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
82%
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
80%
99%
95%
100%
P659 Nursing Home Administrators Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
92%
90%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
100%
95%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
90%
66%
99%
90%
95%
84%
100%
95%
P660 Nutrition and Dietetics Practice Board
Outcome
78
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
100%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
69%
100%
95%
P661
Occupational Therapy Practice Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
94%
88%
98%
94%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
100%
80%
80%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
47%
99%
85%
P662 Optometry Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
85%
88%
92%
85%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
95%
100%
95%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
100%
100%
95%
P663 Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
80%
81%
94%
80%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
86%
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
71%
99%
85%
90%
90%
93%
90%
P664 Board of Pharmacy
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
79
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
88%
88%
95%
88%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
90%
90%
94%
90%
P665 Physical Therapy Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
84%
99%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
85%
100%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
82%
92%
99%
95%
P666 Board of Podiatry
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
100%
90%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
90%
93%
94%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
100%
99%
95%
P667 Private Investigators and Polygraphers Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
80%
80%
92%
80%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
86%
80%
80%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
90%
92%
94%
90%
90%
99%
98%
90%
P668 Board of Psychologist Examiners
Outcome
80
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
86%
93%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
92%
100%
100%
100%
P669 Real Estate Appraisers Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
80%
85%
95%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
80%
90%
82%
80%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
90%
85%
92%
90%
P670 Real Estate Commission
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
90%
90%
90%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
85%
90%
85%
85%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
90%
90%
90%
90%
P671
Respiratory Care Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
95%
76%
97%
95%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
90%
100%
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
65%
98%
85%
P672 Board of Social Work Examiners
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
99%
91%
99%
99%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
95%
97%
100%
95%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
81
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Efficiency
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
80%
77%
90%
85%
P673 Speech Language Hearing and Audiology Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
99%
87%
99%
99%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
94%
100%
95%
94%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
80%
96%
95%
98%
P674 Board of Thanatopractice
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
90%
99%
96%
98%
Output
Percentage of establishments and crematories inspected once every
eighteen months
100%
100%
100%
100%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
100%
100%
100%
100%
P768 Animal Sheltering Services Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
94%
94%
99%
94%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
100%
100%
100%
100%
P769 Signed Language Interpreting Practice Board
Outcome
Percent of phone calls and emails returned within twenty-four hours
and written correspondence responded to within three days of
receipt
99%
98%
100%
99%
Output
Percent of complaints logged and processed within two days of
receipt of written complaint, then investigated and presented at next
board compliance meeting or no later than four months from
receipt of complaint
100%
100%
100%
100%
Efficiency
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
85%
96%
99%
99%
82
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
43000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Public Regulation Commission
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of docketed cases closed in a fiscal year
Comparison of average commercial electric rates between major New
Mexico utilities and selected utilities in regional western states
Outcome
Dollar amount of credits and refunds obtained for New Mexico
consumers through complaint resolution, in thousands
Output
Number of formal complaints processed by the transportation
division
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
Number of docketed cases completed
Average number of days for a rate case to reach final order
Percent of cases processed in less than the statutory time allowance
Efficiency
Therms of natural gas saved as a result of utility energy efficiency
programs
Efficiency
Kilowatt hours of electricity saved as a result of utility energy
efficiency programs, in millions
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
P612
91%
+/-5.0%
79%
+1.2%
91%
+/-4.0%
85%
+/-3.0%
$956.0
$139.4
$400.0
$100.0
75
9
410
<300
100%
252
278
100%
410
<250
100%
350
<270
100%
350,000
681,117
100.0
126.0
105.0
115.0
Number of docketed cases opened in a fiscal year
Percent 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
415
10.0%
400
11.6%
415
9.0%
400
15.0%
Comparison of average residential electric rates between major New
Mexico utilities and selected utilities in regional western states
+/-5.0%
+0.1%
+/-3.0%
+/-2.0%
Public Safety Program
Outcome
Percent of fire departments insurance service office ratings of nine or
ten that have been reviewed by survey or audit
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of statewide fire districts with insurance office ratings of
eight or better
66.0%
65.1%
66.0%
65.0%
Output
Number of inspection and audit hours performed by the state fire
marshals office
34,000
5,418
7,300
7,000
Output
Number of training contact hours delivered by the state fire
marshal's office, state firefighter training academy and pipeline safety
bureau
130,000
137,908
140,000
140,000
Output
Number of personnel completing training through the state
firefighter training academy
3,500
4,218
4,000
4,200
Output
Percent of counties and municipalities participating in the arson task
force or partnerships with the state fire marshal
78%
83%
77%
78%
Output
Number of inspection and audit hours performed by the pipeline
safety bureau
4,000
12,784
4,200
10,000
Quality
Pass rate for state certification exams administered by the state
firefighter academy
85.0%
87.8%
85.0%
87.0%
Explanatory
Number of fire districts statewide
365
367
368
367
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
83
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P613 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of information technology projects completed within
timeframe and budget referenced in the information technology
project plan
Outcome
Outcome
Opinion of previous fiscal year independent agency audit
Number of user sessions on public regulation commission webpages
Outcome
Efficiency
Percent of prior-year audit findings eliminated
Percent of fully functional information technology applications
systems
Explanatory
Explanatory
Percent increase in public use of info share
Number of prior-year audit findings
44000
100%
100%
100%
100%
Unqual.
750,000
Unqual.
1,189,770
Unqual.
500,000
Unqual.
1,000,000
100%
100%
80%
100%
100%
100%
90%
100%
30%
1
32%
2
1
1
Office of the Superintendent of Insurance
Outcome
Percent of favorable evaluations from managed healthcare outreach
presentation attendees
0%
0%
Output
Percent of internal and external insurance related grievances closed
within one hundred and eighty days of filing
98.0%
96.6%
98.0%
98.0%
Output
Percent of producer applications, appointments and renewals
processed within ten business days
98.00%
99.92%
99.00%
99.00%
Output
Percent of domestic company examination reports adopted within
eighteen months of the examination period
100.0%
87.5%
100.0%
90.0%
Output
Number of managed healthcare outreach presentations conducted
annually
120
95
Output
Percent of insurance division interventions conducted with domestic
insurance companies when risk-based capital is less than two
hundred percent
100.0%
100.0%
Output
Percent of form and rate filings processed within ninety days within
the life and health bureau
99%
97%
Output
Percent of form and rate filings processed within ninety days within
the property and casualty bureau
99%
99%
Output
Percent of insurance division interventions conducted with domestic
and foreign insurance companies when their surplus is less than the
minimum
Efficiency
Percent of insurance fraud bureau complaints processed and
recommended for either further administrative action or closure
within sixty days
Efficiency
Percent of insurance fraud bureau complaints processed and
recommended for either further criminal actions prosecutions or
closure within sixty days
84
0.0%
0.0%
88.00%
72.74%
88.00%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
88.00%
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
44600
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Medical Board
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Percent of participants who relapse
Number of days to issue a physician license
Number of consumers provided with information through written
license verification and website access
1.5%
65
1,000,000
0.28%
49
1,063,915
1.5%
70
1,200,000
0.75%
60
1,100,000
Output
Output
Number of triennial physician licenses issued or renewed
Number of biennial physician assistant licenses issued or renewed
3,600
300
3,945
436
3,600
375
3,700
400
Output
Number of biennial anesthesiologist assistant licenses issued or
renewed
5
3
15
5
Output
Output
Number of complaints resolved within twelve months
Number of participants in monitored treatment programs
240
110
137
278
245
175
240
225
90%
90%
90%
90%
13,000
14,551
15,000
16,000
91%
380
98%
450
95%
10
15
14
20
97%
80%
100%
95%
6
8
8
8
175
174
180
185
31,000
95%
30,290
98%
31,000
98%
32,000
98%
44900
Board of Nursing
Output
Complaints logged and processed within two days of receipt of
written complaint, then investigated and presented to board of
nursing for resolution of disciplinary matter within six months
Output
Number of licensed practical nurse, registered nurse, advanced
practice nurse licenses and unlicensed assistive personnel certificates
issued
Output
Output
Number of unlicensed assistive personnel certificates issued
Percentage of Unlicensed Assistive Personnel Programs in full
compliance with rule requirements
Output
Number of certificates issued per rule requirement of one month for
certified medication aides and certified hemodialysis technicians
Quality
Percentage of Unlicensed Assistive Personnel programs in full
compliance with rule requirements
Quality
Number of public information announcements for board meetings,
rules hearings and conferences
Quality
Number of quality assurance audits reviewed for continuing
education for unlicensed assistive personnel, licensed practical
nurses, registered nurses, and advanced practice nurses
Quality
Efficiency
Number of current active nursing licenses
Percent of initial applications and renewals processed within three
days of receipt of completed application
Efficiency
Percentage of completed applications whose applicant is already
licensed in another state or jurisdiction and determined to have met
New Mexico state board qualifications issued a license to practice
within 5 business days
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
95%
85
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
46000
New Mexico State Fair
Outcome
Percent of surveyed attendees at the annual state fair event rating
their experience as satisfactory or better
Output
Percent of counties represented through exhibits at the annual state
fair
Output
Output
Output
46400
94%
88%
95%
95%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Number of paid attendees at annual state fair event
Percent of surveyed attendees at the annual state fair event
indicating the state fair has improved
450,000
48%
361,700
TBD
400,000
60%
400,000
Number of total attendees at annual state fair event
600,000
392,299
430,000
430,000
100%
100%
100%
100%
725
675
45
518
741
22
600
675
40
600
700
90%
95%
95%
95%
State Board of Licensure for Engineers & Land Surveyors
Outcome
Percent of consumers requesting information who are provided with
information
Output
Output
Output
Number of examinations administered
Number of licenses or certifications issued within one year
Number of complaints processed
Efficiency
Percent of cases resolved through compliance or legal action within
one year
Efficiency
The number of days, upon receipt of a complaint, to process and
investigate a complaint and present it to the respective professional
committee of the board
46500
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
180
Gaming Control Board
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Percent increase in bingo and raffle inspection rate
Percent increase in inspection rate
Percent of racetrack audit reports completed and mailed within
thirty business days of field work completion
Output
Percent of all tribal inspection reports completed and mailed within
thirty business days of field work completion
Output
Percent increase in inspection rate of non-tribal gaming operators
Output
Percent decrease in citation rate of non-tribal gaming operators
>10%
Output
Output
Quality
Percent decrease in bingo and raffle citation rate
Percent decrease in citation rate
Percent of work permit and work permit renewals processed within
fifteen business days
>10%
Quality
Percentage of incidents reported to the central monitoring system
help desk closed within three calendar days
86
<10%
<7.0%
90%
7.7%
20%
<7.0%
93%
93%
93%
0%
94%
94%
<7%
>10.0%
90%
28.9%
86%
>10.0%
90%
90%
95%
94%
95%
95%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
46900
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
State Racing Commission
Outcome
Percent of equine samples testing positive for illegal substances
0.03%
0.02%
0.03%
0.03%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of prior-year audit findings resolved
Timely collections of penalty fees by licensee to the general fund
100%
30
99%
30
100%
30
99%
30
Outcome
Outcome
Number of equine tests per live race
Average number of work days from receipt of a complete individual
application and questionnaire to conclusion of a criminal
background check
2
20
3
20
Output
Output
Total amount collected from parimutuel revenues, in millions
Number of audit exceptions noted on annual financial statement
Efficiency
Efficiency
Efficiency
Average regulatory cost per live race day at each racetrack
Average number of days to bring case to prosecution
Average number of days to refer investigation cases for
administrative prosecution
Efficiency
Average number of days to close investigation cases
47900
$0.9
0
$1.0
4
$1.0
0
$1.1
0
$4,500
$4,500
$4,500
30
30
$5,500
30
30
30
30
30
Board of Veterinary Medicine
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of inspected facilities meeting minimum standards
Percent of inspected facilities requiring a plan of correction
Percent of facilities requiring adjudication to meet minimum
standards
95%
10%
1%
99%
0.01%
0.01%
99%
4%
1%
99%
2%
1%
Outcome
Outcome
Attrition rate of all licensees annually
Percent of formal complaints resolved without disciplinary action
5%
90%
3%
59%
4%
93%
3%
93%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of complaints resolved through adjudication
Percent of New Mexico registered veterinary technicians employed
in state
1%
93%
65%
91%
1%
1%
90%
Outcome
Percent of New Mexico-licensed veterinarians employed in the state
60%
40%
Output
Output
Output
Number of facility licenses issued annually
Number of facilities inspected annually
Number of registered veterinary technicians licenses issued annually
300
153
180
309
84
197
300
153
180
305
155
210
Output
Output
Number of veterinarian licenses issued annually
Number of bovine artificial insemination or bovine pregnancy
diagnosis permits issued annually
1,000
80
1,122
70
1,000
80
1,010
80
Output
Number of months to resolution of disciplinary matter
5
3.1
4
3
40,000
$3.5
34,504
$3.3
37,000
$3.5
40,000
$3.5
49000
60%
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission
Outcome
Output
Total number of passengers
Revenue generated from ticket sales, in millions
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
87
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
49100
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Office of Military Base Planning and Support
Outcome
Number of military units impacted by the activities of the
commission and the office
Outcome
Output
49500
10
10
10
10
Number of community support organizations that have benefited
from the activities of the commission and the office
8
8
8
8
Number of communities assisted by the office of military base
planning and support
8
8
8
8
200
187
285
200
132,980
4
10
64,300
Spaceport Authority
Outcome
Annual number of jobs created due to New Mexico spaceport
authority efforts
Output
Output
Output
Number of launch customers and tenants
Number of events held
Number of visitors to spaceport
Quality
Total revenue generated from operations, in millions
50500
5,000
1,903
$4.0
Cultural Affairs Department
P536 Museums and Historic Sites
Outcome
Percent increase in joint curriculum partnerships between local
school districts and DCA educational units
10
Output
Attendance to museum and monument exhibitions, performances,
films and other presenting programs
810,000
851,101
825,000
840,000
Output
Number of participants at off-site educational, outreach and special
events related to museum missions
80,000
90,417
75,000
85,000
Output
Number of participants at on-site educational, outreach and special
events related to museum missions
280,000
294,587
305,000
305,000
Output
Number of students taught through programming developed by the
department of cultural affairs that meets state educational standards
100,000
P537 Preservation
Outcome
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations distributed to
communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Las Cruces
60%
93%
75%
Outcome
Percent of reviews of development projects completed within the
standard thirty day period, excluding incomplete submittals or
reviews when the parties have mutually agreed to extend the review
70%
86%
70%
90%
Output
Number of participants in educational, outreach and special events
related to preservation mission
15,000
22,872
22,000
22,500
Output
Number of historic structures preservation projects completed
annually using preservation tax credits
45
36
45
40
88
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Output
Dollar value of construction underway on historic buildings using
state and federal tax credits, in millions
Output
Number of events conducted by the historic preservation division to
inform the public of the certified local government program, the
small grants program, site watch, preservation tax credits, and other
division programs
Output
Total dollars distributed from recurring appropriations for historic
preservation projects
$8.5
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
$30.0
$8.5
$25.0
40
40
$100,000
P539 Library Services
Outcome
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations distributed to
communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Las Cruces
88%
88%
88%
Outcome
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations distributed to
communities serving rural communities of less than 20,000 people
Output
Number of participants in educational, outreach and special events
related to library mission
24,000
19,416
23,000
21,000
Output
Number of searches in statewide informational databases provided
by the state library
9,000,000
6,361,104
10,000,000
7,000,000
90%
75%
P540 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of performance targets in the General Appropriation Act
met (excluding this measure)
80%
83%
90%
Outcome
Percent of material weaknesses noted in next-to-last completed
external audit that are resolved or eliminated in the last completed
external audit
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of significant deficiencies noted in next-to-last completed
external audit that are resolved or eliminated in the last completed
external audit
100%
100%
100%
Output
Number of material weakness audit findings in the last available
financial statement audit
0
Output
Number of significant deficiency audit findings in the last available
financial statement audit
0
Efficiency
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
20
90
20
30
Outcome
Percent of grant funds from recurring appropriations distributed to
communities outside of Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Las Cruces
35%
36%
35%
35%
Output
Number of clients provided professional development training in
arts industry
5,000
4,586
3,510
4,500
Output
Attendance at programs provided by arts organizations statewide,
funded by New Mexico arts from recurring appropriations
1,000,000
1,083,081
1,000,000
1,200,000
Output
Number of participants in educational and outreach programs and
workshops, including participants from rural areas
5,000
4,254
4,000
4,500
P761
Arts
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
89
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
50800
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
New Mexico Livestock Board
Outcome
Number of livestock determined to be stolen per one thousand head
inspected
1
0.01323
.01
1
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Number of disease cases per one thousand head inspected
Percent of retail meat dealers holding valid licenses
Percent of vouchers processed within ten business days
Number of road stops per month
Number of payment vouchers processed
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
0.15
80%
95%
75
2,500
90
0.09215
0.1
.1
95%
86.5
1,421
90
95%
75
2,000
60
95%
80
Output
Number of on-site verifications of animal health, disease control and
movement
30,000
39,914
35,000
37,000
Output
Percent of payment vouchers the New Mexico livestock board
submits to the department of finance and administration without
errors
Efficiency
Average percentage of investigation findings completed within one
month
51600
60
95%
75%
65%
77%
75%
30,000
33,570
31,000
32,500
Department of Game and Fish
P716
Field Operations
Output
Number of conservation officer hours spent in the field checking for
compliance
Output
Number of hunter and conservation education programs delivered
by field staff
350
281
350
350
Output
Number of special field operations to deter, detect and apprehend
off-highway vehicle and game and fish violators
45
157
130
140
165,000
167,599
200,000
200,000
P717
Conservation Services
Outcome
Number of days of elk hunting opportunity provided to New
Mexico resident hunters on an annual basis
Outcome
Percent of public hunting licenses drawn by New Mexico resident
hunters
84%
87%
86%
86%
Outcome
Output
Percent of anglers satisfied with opportunity and success
Number of recreational days of access provided by gaining access
into nature project
83%
10,000
83%
118,715
83%
150,000
84%
150,000
Output
Number of state threatened and endangered species studied and
conserved through recovery planning and the comprehensive
wildlife conservation strategy for New Mexico
35
35
37
37
Output
Annual output of fish from the department's hatchery system, in
pounds
455,000
634,779
600,000
620,000
Output
Output
Number of mentored and youth hunting opportunities
Acres of accessible sportsperson opportunity through the open gate
program
4,000
60,000
4,416
126,169
4,800
130,000
4,800
130,000
90
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P718 Wildlife Depredation and Nuisance Abatement
Outcome
Percent of depredation complaints resolved within the mandated
one-year time frame
90%
94%
95%
95%
Output
Number of educational publications distributed with a message
about minimizing potentially dangerous encounters with wildlife
250,000
351,200
600,000
600,000
Output
Number of wildlife complaints responded to
300
732
750
750
5%
43%
40%
20
30
20
20
99.8%
99.9%
99.8%
15%
99.8%
P719
Program Support
Outcome
Percent of vacancies filled within one hundred twenty days of
occurrence
Outcome
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury from the close of
the accounting period
Outcome
Output
Average department-wide vacancy rate for the fiscal year
Percent of special hunt applications processed without error
52100
Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
P740 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
Outcome
Percent of applications for clean energy tax credits reviewed within
thirty days of receipt
60%
99%
99%
99%
Outcome
Percent reduction in energy use in public facilities upgraded by clean
energy projects
10%
11%
16%
10%
Output
Number of waste isolation pilot plant-related emergency responder
and shipment inspection trainings and practice exercises conducted
related to the waste isolation pilot plant
45
51
55
50
Output
Number of inventoried clean energy projects evaluated annually
50
66
55
60
600
2,074
1,700
30
1,750
8,000
12,277
20,000
18,000
60
133
90
90
P741
Healthy Forests
Outcome
Output
Number of people employed under the veterans program
Number of nonfederal wildland firefighters provided professional
and technical incident command system training
Output
Number of acres treated in New Mexico's forest and watersheds
Output
Number of at-risk communities or local fire departments provided
funding for wildland firefighting equipment or training
Output
Percent of at-risk communities or local fire departments provided
funding for wildland firefighting equipment or training
60
100
90
P742 State Parks
Output
Output
Output
Number of interpretive programs available to park visitors
Miles added to state parks trails and the Rio Grande trail
Number of persons who complete a certified New Mexico boating
safety education course
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
Number of visitors to state parks
Self-generated revenue per visitor, in dollars
Number of boating related accidents
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
2,800
10
800
2,358
7
712
2,500
8
775
2,500
4,000,000
$1.05
3,983,417
$0.96
3,800,000
$0.97
3,800,000
$0.97
25
700
91
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P743 Mine Reclamation
Outcome
Percent of permitted mines with approved reclamation plans and
adequate financial assurance posted to cover the cost of reclamation
100%
99%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of required inspections conducted on active mining
operations per year to ensure mining is being conducted in
compliance with approved permits and regulations
100%
100%
100%
100%
25
23,500
32
38,920
40
37,500
30
38,000
75%
TBD
60%
65%
P744 Oil and Gas Conservation
Outcome
Output
Number of abandoned oil and gas wells properly plugged
Number of inspections of oil and gas wells and associated facilities
Output
Percent of renewal of uncontested discharge permits within thirty
days of expiration
Output
Percent of application drill permits approved within 10 business days
of receipt
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
Number of violations issued
Number oil and gas well spills
Size of oil and gas well spills
0
0
0
P745 Program Support
Outcome
Output
52200
Percent of grant awards used for wages for corps members
Percent of projects completed within one year
Number of youth employed annually
Percent of operating revenue from sources other than the general
fund
Output
Output
Output
Number of intertribal ceremonial tickets sold
Dollar value of sponsorships
Number of sponsorships
100%
30
100%
30
70%
95%
800
76%
93%
877
80%
95%
800
75%
95%
800
94%
89%
94%
94%
7,000
$145,000
115
7,435
$161,583
81
7,000
$170,000
115
7,500
$170,000
115
$700.00
$472.53
$500.00
$333.00
$2.0
$6.9
$2.0
$2.4
$592.2
$181.67
$817.0
$272.98
$612.1
$189.0
$800.0
$250.00
98%
98%
98%
97%
Commissioner of Public Lands
Outcome
Bonus income per leased acre from oil and gas activities, in dollars
Outcome
Dollars generated through oil, natural gas and mineral audit
activities, in millions
Output
Output
Total trust revenue generated, in millions
Average income per acre from oil, natural gas and mineral activities,
in dollars
Output
Percent of total trust revenue generated allocated to beneficiaries
92
100%
30
Intertribal Ceremonial Office
Outcome
53900
100%
30
Youth Conservation Corps
Outcome
Outcome
Output
53800
Percent of prior-year financial audit findings resolved
Number of working days after the final grant expenditures are
available and the federal funds are allowed to be drawn
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Number of acres restored to desired conditions for future
sustainability
2,700
3,889
3,947
Output
Output
Average income per acre from wind and solar leasing
Number of unauthorized uses on agricultural leases brought into
compliance
$5.11
25
$6.62
15
$29.32
Output
Output
Percent of active lease and attachment documents imaged
Percent of identified unauthorized uses on agricultural leases
brought into compliance
90%
99%
100%
99%
100%
Output
Annual income from renewable energy
55000
2,500
99%
100%
$800,000
State Engineer
P551
Water Resource Allocation
Outcome
Number of dams inspected per year and notices delivered to owners
notifying them of potential problems
100
116
100
100
Outcome
Percent readiness to perform active water resource management
within lower San Juan river basin
100%
98%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent readiness to perform active water resource management
within lower Pecos river basin
85%
85%
100%
100%
Outcome
Number of transactions abstracted annually into the water
administration technical engineering resource system database
23,000
5,309
23,000
23,000
Outcome
Percent readiness to perform active water resource management
within lower Rio Grande river basin
85%
90%
88%
90%
Output
Average number of unprotested new and pending applications
processed per month
65
76
65
65
Explanatory
Number of unprotested and unaggrieved water right applications
backlogged
650
1,513
650
650
>0
P552 Interstate Stream Compact Compliance and Water Development
Outcome
Cumulative state-line delivery credit per the Pecos river compact and
amended decree at the end of calendar year, in acre-feet
0
102,000
>0
Outcome
Rio Grande river compact accumulated delivery credit or deficit at
end of calendar year, in acre-feet
0
62,400
>0
Outcome
Cumulative state-line delivery credit per the Rio Grande river
compact and amended decree at the end of calendar year, in acre
>0
P553 Litigation and Adjudication
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Number of offers to defendants in adjudications
Percent of all water rights with judicial determinations
Objections unresolved in mediation and now on trial track
Number of pro se claimant contacts (phone calls, meetings, public
meetings, etc.)
Efficiency
Objections resolved informally without referral to mediation
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
10
600
54%
TBD
540
55%
10
600
54%
600
54%
250
85%
85%
93
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P554 Program Support
Output
Percent of department contracts that include performance measures
100%
Efficiency
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
15
60300
100%
100%
TBD
15
15
Office of African American Affairs
Outcome
Percent of participants who indicate on the program survey that
their awareness of services provided by the Office of African
American Affairs has increased
75%
25%
75%
50%
Output
Number of educational conferences, town hall meetings, workshops
and forums to increase awareness of resources and issues of
importance pertaining to improving the quality of life for New
Mexico African American citizens
20
20
20
20
Output
Number of informative meetings, documents and publications to
increase awareness of health disparities that adversely affect the New
Mexico African American community
5
10
5
5
Output
Number of individuals recognized for their achievements in
improving the quality of life for African Americans in the state of
New Mexico
Output
Number of stakeholders receiving information from the agency
60400
50
53
50
750
829
50
800
800
Commission for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons
Outcome
Percent of employee files that contain performance appraisals
completed and submitted within state personnel guidelines
100%
100%
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Number of workshops and training sessions conducted
Number of outreach events coordinated
Average number of relay calls per month
Number of sign language interpreting mentors
Number of accessible technology equipment distributions
Staff hours devoted to reducing communication barriers
Number of clients provided assistance to reduce or eliminate
communication barriers
100
100
10,000
16
1,000
12,000
1,000
121
68
13,518
14
1,349
18,558
751
100
75
11,000
115
75
11,000
1,000
15,000
800
1,300
15,000
800
Output
Output
Number of information referral and outreach contacts
Number of newly issued New Mexico community signed language
interpreter licenses
7,500
15
15,069
11
10,000
15
12,000
15
Output
Number of signed language interpreters who participated in agencysponsored professional development
200
200
94
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
60500
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of program objectives achieved
Number of student ambassadors who worked with state agencies to
explore the historical, social, political and cultural themes associated
with the life and works of Dr. King.
Output
Number of annual statewide youth conferences using Dr. King's
principles of nonviolence
Output
Number of statewide holiday commemorative programs supported
Output
Output
Number of youth anti-violence workshops conducted
Number of stakeholder meetings held statewide
60600
100%
100%
100%
100%
30
1
2
1
2
10
10
10
10
9
9
12
12
5
$13.00
40
$18.94
25
$13.50
25
$15.00
28
600
588
600
600
90%
80%
Commission for the Blind
P695 Commission for the Blind
Outcome
Output
Average hourly wage for the blind or visually impaired person
Number of quality employment opportunities obtained for agency's
blind or visually impaired clients
Output
Number of blind or visually impaired clients trained in the skills of
blindness to enable them to live independently in their homes and
communities
Output
Percent of clients who rely on their own earnings exiting from
vocational rehabilitation services
Output
Number of employment opportunities provided for blind business
entrepreneurs in different vending and food facilities through the
business enterprise program
34
32
Efficiency
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
20
10.43
10
10
80%
91%
80%
90%
70%
75%
75%
11
12
60900
Indian Affairs Department
Outcome
Percent of special project appropriation contracts sent out to tribal
entities that have submitted an acceptable scope of work
Outcome
Percent of capital and tribal infrastructure fund projects over fifty
thousand dollars ($50,000) completed and closed
Output
Number of tribes, pueblos and Indian nations that have developed
or enhanced tourism plans as a result of consultation and support
provided by the department
Output
Number of capital outlay or tribal infrastructure project training
sessions conducted
15
12
20
15
Output
Number of cabinet-level agencies that have fully complied with the
State-Tribal Collaboration Act
25
29
25
25
Output
Percent of tribes, pueblos and Indian nations receiving technical
assistance/training for community planning and/or economic
development
50%
90%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
75%
95
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Number of tribes, pueblos and Indian nations that have developed
or enhanced economic development plans as a result of consultation
and support provided by the department
Output
Percent of tribes, pueblos and Indian nations provided community
planning and technical assistance regarding physical or economic
infrastructure
62400
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
11
12
50%
65%
Aging and Long-Term Services Department
P591
Program Support
Outcome
Percent of vouchers and purchase orders accepted by the
department of finance and administration without rejection
Outcome
Percent of draws of federal funds that meet federal timeliness
standards
Outcome
Percent of vouchers accepted by the department of finance and
administration without rejection
Output
Number of working days between payment of state funds and the
the draw of federal funds
96%
99%
96%
90%
90%
96%
30
30
P592 Consumer and Elder Rights
Outcome
Percent of resident-requested transitions from nursing homes to
home- and community-based services completed to the satisfaction
of the resident within nine months from the request
90%
97.5%
Outcome
Percent of people accessing aging and disability resource center in
need of two or more daily living services who are satisfied with the
information, referral and assistance received
90%
43%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of ombudsman complaints resolved within sixty days
Percent of medicare beneficiaries who received benefits counseling
for medicare and medicaid programs including changes in their
medicare prescription drug plan
90%
14%
99%
20%
90%
95%
Outcome
Percent of uninsured medbank patients who are qualified to receive
critical medication at low or zero cost
47%
55%
47%
55%
Outcome
Percent of clients appointed as legal guardians of kinship children in
their care
90%
95%
90%
95%
Outcome
Percent of people receiving options counseling who indicate the
information received regarding long-term support services made a
positive difference in their decisions
90%
90%
Outcome
Percent meeting or exceeding the benchmark set by the centers for
medicare and medicaid services for beneficiaries who receive benefits
counseling including changes in their prescription drug plan
14%
15%
Outcome
Percent of residents requesting short-term transition assistance from
a nursing facility who remained in the community during the six
month follow-up
Quality
Percent of calls to the aging and disability resource center that are
answered by a live operator
Quality
State ranking for the number of complaints received per nursing and
assisted living facility beds
96
90%
85%
90%
87%
85%
85%
Top 25%
Top 25%
Top 25%
Top 25%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Quality
State ranking of New Mexico state health insurance assistance
program
17th
12th
Quality
Percent of people receiving options counseling who indicate
satisfaction with the information they received regarding long term
support services and informed choice
90%
95%
Quality
Percent of people accessing the aging and disability resource center
who indicate changes in health or social service programs have
affected their quality of life
Quality
Percent of residents requesting transitional services who were
satisfied with the counseling, information and assistance received
during the six month transitions service
12th
12th
40%
90%
90%
P593 Adult Protective Services
Outcome
Percent of emergency or priority one investigations in which a
caseworker makes initial face-to-face contact with the alleged victim
within prescribed timeframes
95%
98.3%
Outcome
Percent of senior centers within adult protective services jurisdiction
receiving outreach visits
Output
Number of adults receiving adult protective services' investigations
of abuse, neglect or exploitation
6,000
6,665
Output
Number of adults who receive in-home services or adult day services
as a result of an investigation of abuse, neglect or exploitation
1,120
1,533
Output
Number of senior center contacts conducted to provide outreach
on identifying and reporting adult abuse, neglect and exploitation
25
45
Output
Number of adult protective services' investigations of abuse, neglect
or exploitation
Quality
Percent of contracted homecare and daycare service providers
receiving no deficiencies during annual on-site audits by adult
protective services
98%
98%
25%
30%
1,250
1,420
6,000
6,100
90%
94.4%
95%
95%
P594 Aging Network
Outcome
Percent of individuals exiting the federal older worker program who
obtain unsubsidized employment
31.4%
45%
33%
40%
Outcome
Community service hours provided by the state older worker
program as a percent of work hours budgeted
81.6%
95%
82%
90%
Outcome
Percent of older New Mexicans whose food insecurity is alleviated by
meals received through the aging network
60%
61%
62%
62%
Outcome
Percent of older adults served by the 50+ older worker connection
who obtain unsubsidized employment
20%
45%
32%
40%
Outcome
Output
Number of hours of caregiver support provided
Number of one-way trips provided to eligible consumers for the
purpose of accessing community services
750,000
693,949
750,000
400,000
750,000
Output
Output
Number of hours of respite care provided
Number of persons receiving aging network community services
125,000
95,500
379,097
101,021
375,000
95,000
100,000
Output
Number of hours of service provided by senior volunteers, statewide
3,500,000
1,536,756
1,700,000
1,700,000
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
97
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Number of providers and consumers receiving training to build their
knowledge and capacity with regard to aging network services
1,600
Output
Number of persons served through statewide health promotion
events and classes
5,000
63000
Human Services Department
P522 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of invoice payments completed within thirty days of date of
a payable invoice
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of federal financial reports completed accurately by due
date
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Rate of administrative cost used to collect total claims in all programs
administered by restitution services bureau
12%
12%
12%
12%
Outcome
Percent of funds for which a quarterly trial balance review is
completed within forty-five days after the accounting period has
100%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Percent of intentional violations in the supplemental nutrition
assistance program investigated by the office of inspector general
completed and referred for an administrative disqualification hearing
within ninety days from the date of assignment
95%
90%
90%
90%
Output
Percent of timely final decisions on administrative disqualification
hearings
100%
100%
100%
100%
Efficiency
Percent compliance with internal schedule for turnaround time
associated with the expenditure of federal funds and the request for
reimbursement for expenditures from federal treasury
100%
100%
100%
100%
P523 Child Support Enforcement
Outcome
Percent of cases having current support due and for which support
is collected
60%
56.3%
60%
62%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Amount of child support collected, in millions
Percent of current support owed that is collected
Percent of cases with support orders
Percent of children born out of wedlock with paternity
establishment in child support cases
$135
60%
80%
95%
$137.1
56.3%
79.04
101%
$136
60%
84%
100%
$140
62%
85%
100%
P524 Medical Assistance
Outcome
Percent of long-term care recipients who receive services within
ninety days of eligibility determination
94%
94%
94%
94%
Outcome
Percent of children ages two to twenty-one years enrolled in
medicaid managed care who had at least one dental visit during the
measurement year
72%
65%
72%
70%
Outcome
Percent of infants in medicaid managed care who had six or more
well-child visits with a primary care physician before the age of
fifteen months
72%
63%
72%
70%
98
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Rate of growth since the close of the previous fiscal year in the
number of children and youth receiving services in medicaid schoolbased service programs
3%
12.25%
Outcome
Average percent of children and youth ages twelve months to
nineteen years in medicaid managed care who received one or more
well-child visits with a primary care physician during the
measurement year
92%
92%
92%
92%
Outcome
Percent of recipients in medicaid managed care ages eighteen
through seventy-five with diabetes who had a HbA1c test during the
measurement year
88%
84%
87%
86%
Outcome
Percent of children in medicaid managed care ages five to eleven
years who are identified as having persistent asthma and who were
appropriately prescribed medication during the measurement year
95%
92%
94%
94%
Outcome
Number of emergency room visits per one thousand medicaid
member months
45
35
50
40
Outcome
Percent hospital readmissions for children ages two to seventeen
years, within thirty days of discharge
10%
7%
10%
6%
Outcome
Percent hospital readmissions for adults eighteen and over, within
thirty days of discharge
10%
11%
10%
9%
Outcome
Outcome
Rate of return on investments for medicaid recoveries
Percent of member deliveries that received a prenatal care visit in the
first trimester or within forty-two days of eligibility
$3.00
85%
$4.09
85%
$3.00
85%
$4.00
85%
Outcome
Number of persons aged sixty-five and older who are identified at
risk for falls who have been asked at least annually about the
occurrence of falls and the number of members who were treated
for related risks
Output
Number of consumers who transition from nursing facilities who are
served and maintained with community-based services for six
months
Output
Expenditures for children and youth receiving services through
medicaid school-based service programs
Output
Number of recipients in medicaid managed care ages seventy-four
and older and ages sixty-five to seventy-four who are identified at
risk for falls who have been asked at least annually about the
occurrence of falls and the number of members who were treated
for related risks
Quality
Percent of members reporting satisfaction with centennial care
services
1,700
150
TBD
150
150
$14,000,000
$14,500,000
1,600
82%
P525 Income Support
Outcome
Percent of parent participants who meet temporary assistance for
needy families federal work participation requirements
50%
50%
55%
55%
Outcome
Percent of temporary assistance for needy families two-parent
recipients meeting federal work participation requirements
60%
60%
60%
60%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
99
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of eligible children in families with incomes of one hundred
thirty percent of the federal poverty level participating in the
supplemental nutrition assistance program
88%
88%
88%
88%
Outcome
Percent of adult temporary assistance for needy families recipients
who become newly employed during the report year
50%
50%
52%
52%
Outcome
Percent of expedited supplemental nutritional assistance program
cases meeting federally required measure of timeliness within seven
days
99%
98%
99%
99%
Outcome
Percent of regular supplemental nutritional assistance program cases
meeting the federally required measure of timeliness within thirty
days
99%
98%
99%
99%
P766 Medicaid Behavioral Health
Outcome
Percent of readmissions to same level of care or higher for children
or youth discharged from residential treatment centers and inpatient
care
7%
4%
7%
5%
Output
Number of individuals served annually in substance abuse or mental
health programs administered through the behavioral health
collaborative and medicaid programs
85,000
91,273
103,000
103,000
P767 Behavioral Health Services
Outcome
Percent of people receiving substance abuse treatments who
demonstrate improvement in the alcohol domain
90%
79.6%
90%
Outcome
Percent of people receiving substance abuse treatments who
demonstrate improvement in the drug domain
80%
80.3%
80%
Outcome
Percent of adults with mental illness or substance abuse disorders
receiving services who report satisfaction with staff's assistance with
their housing need
75%
70%
75%
Outcome
Number of suicides among youth ages fifteen to nineteen years
served by the behavioral health collaborative and medicaid
2
0
3
Outcome
Percent of individuals discharged from inpatient facilities who
receive follow-up services at seven days
45%
25.9%
45%
45%
Outcome
Percent of individuals discharged from inpatient facilities who
receive follow-up services at thirty days
60%
52.3%
65%
65%
Outcome
Percent increase in the number of pregnant women with substance
abuse disorders receiving treatment by the statewide entity
5%
-28.2%
10%
Outcome
Percent reduction in the gap between children in school who are
receiving behavioral health services and their counterparts in
achieving age appropriate proficiency scores in math (eighth grade)
13%
12.1%
12.5%
12%
Outcome
Percent reduction in the gap between children in school receiving
behavioral health services and their counterparts in achieving ageappropriate proficiency scores in reading (fifth grade)
10%
7.8%
10%
7.5%
Outcome
Percent of children served who demonstrate improved functioning
as measured by the child and adolescent functional assessment scale
60%
40%
60%
Outcome
Percent of people with a diagnosis of alcohol or drug dependency
who initiated treatment and received two or more additional services
within thirty days of the initial visit
100
60%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
75%
35%
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Outcome
Number of adults diagnosed with major depression who receive
continuous treatment with an antidepressant medication
Output
Percent of youth on probation who were served by the behavioral
health collaborative and medicaid programs
Output
Increase in the number of persons served through telehealth in rural
and frontier counties
Output
Quality
Number of health homes established statewide
Percent of members reporting satisfaction with behavioral health
services
Explanatory
Number of suicides of youth served by the behavioral health
collaborative and medicaid programs
63100
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
375
48%
48%
55%
54%
1,250
1,330
1,350
1,500
2
0
2
2
85%
2
Workforce Solutions Department
P775 Workforce Transition Services
Outcome
Percent of new employer accounts completed within ninety days
87%
87%
86%
Outcome
Percent of youth who entered employment or are enrolled in
postsecondary education or advanced training after receiving
Workforce Investment Act services
57%
55.7%
57%
Outcome
Average six-month earnings of persons entering employment after
receiving wagner-peyser employment services
Output
Percent of eligible unemployment insurance claims issued a
determination within twenty-one days from the date of claim
Output
$12,500
$13,122
$12,500
86%
$12,500
75%
79%
75%
Average time to complete a transaction with the unemployment
insurance call center, in minutes
10
44
15
Output
Percent of all first payments made within fourteen days after the
waiting week
85%
83.7%
85%
85%
Output
Output
Percent accuracy rate of claimant separation determinations
Number of youth receiving Workforce Investment Act services
75%
1,400
88.14%
837
75%
1,400
80%
Output
Percent call adherence measurement within the customer service
operations center
TBD
75%
Output
Average wait time to speak to a customer service agent in the
unemployment insurance operation center to file a new
unemployment insurance claim
15 minutes
Output
Average wait time to speak to a customer service agent in the
unemployment insurance operation center to file a weekly
certification
15 minutes
Output
Achieved an 80% call adherence measurement within the customer
service operations center
75%
80%
75%
85%
91%
P776 Labor Relations
Outcome
Percent of wage claims investigated and resolved within ninety days
Outcome
Number of discrimination claims investigated
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
90%
90.73%
91%
500
469
550
101
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Outcome
Percent of human rights cases that receive probable cause
determinations that are resolved within one year
Outcome
Output
Output
Number of apprentices registered and in training
Number of targeted public works inspections completed
Percent of targeted public works inspections completed
Output
Average number of days to investigate and issue a determination on
a charge of discrimination
Output
Number of compliance reviews and quality assessments on registered
apprenticeship programs
90%
90%
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
69%
90%
105%
1,600
90%
1,320
1,600
180
6
P777 Workforce Technology
Outcome
The percentage that the unemployment insurance tax and claims
system application is available during scheduled uptime
Outcome
Response time from a system outage to restoration of service on the
unemployment insurance tax & claims system
Outcome
Percent of time unemployment insurance benefits are paid within
three business days of claimant certification
100%
100%
100%
100%
20.0
62.5
20.0
20.0
100%
94%
100%
100%
P778 Business Services
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of employers sampled reporting customer satisfaction
Percent of recently separated veterans entering employment
Percent of disabled veterans entering employment after receiving
workforce development services
99%
60%
45%
99%
47%
41.5%
99%
55%
45%
99%
50%
43%
Outcome
Percent of unemployed individuals employed after receiving
Wagner-Peyser employment services
51%
53.25%
51%
51%
Outcome
Percent of individuals that have received Wagner-Peyser
employment services retaining employment after six months
70%
75%
70%
70%
Outcome
Average six-month earnings of people entering employment after
receiving Wagner-Peyser employment services
$12,500
$13,122
$12,500
$12,500
Outcome
Percent of recently separated veterans retaining employment after six
months
65%
70.75%
65%
65%
Outcome
Average six-month earnings of people entering employment after
receiving veterans’ services
$16,000
$16,522
$16,000
$16,000
Output
Number of personal contacts made by field office personnel with
New Mexico businesses to inform them of available services
50,000
126,296
75,000
100,000
Output
Total number of individuals receiving Wagner-Peyser employment
services
150,000
121,727
150,000
140,000
75%
86%
70%
75%
P779 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of annual independent state audit prior-year findings
resolved
Outcome
Percent of youth that entered employment or are enrolled in postsecondary education and/or advanced training after receiving
Workforce Investment Act services as administered and directed by
the local area workforce board
102
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
57%
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of individuals who enter employment after receiving
Workforce Investment Act services as administered and directed by
the local area workforce board
65%
66.9%
65%
68%
Output
Number of days to publish bureau-of-labor-statistics-provided
seasonally adjusted business employment dynamics data quarterly at
the state level on receipt from the bureau of labor statistics
4
1.5
4
4
Output
Number of youth receiving Workforce Investment Act services as
administered and directed by the local area workforce board
Output
Number of adults and dislocated workers receiving Workforce
Investment Act services as administered and directed by the local
area workforce board
Output
Percent of individuals who receive Workforce Investment Act
services that retain employment
Efficiency
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
63200
800
3,500
2,193
2,600
2,000
85%
86.8%
85%
85%
4
4
4
4
Workers' Compensation Administration
P697 Workers' Compensation Administration
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of formal claims resolved without trial
Rate of serious injuries and illnesses caused by workplace conditions
per one hundred workers
86%
0.62
96%
0.57
90%
0.60
95%
0.60
Outcome
Percent of employers referred for investigation that are determined
to be in compliance with insurance requirements of the Workers'
Compensation Act
85%
91%
85%
90%
Outcome
Percent of employers with workers’ compensation premium liabilities
above five thousand dollars that have met reporting requirements for
safety inspections
36%
24%
36%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of data entry and coding accuracy
Percent of employers in the extra hazardous programs who pass the
follow up inspections
95%
96%
95%
Outcome
Percent of employers with workers’ compensation premium liabilities
above fifteen thousand dollars that have met reporting requirements
for safety inspections
Output
Number of reviews of employers to ensure the employer has workers'
compensation insurance
1,900
4,986
3,000
Output
Number of serious injuries and illnesses caused by workplace
conditions
4,500
4,344
4,500
Output
Output
Number of first reports of injury processed
Number of employers who had a workplace safety inspection or
consultation performed by the workers compensation
administrations safety specialists
33,000
26,704
37,200
Output
Number of formal complaints and applications resolved within six
months of filing
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
96%
85%
36%
3,000
35,000
125
1,200
103
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Efficiency
Percent of employers experiencing three or more accidents within a
twelve-month period that demonstrate a reduction in the number of
accidents per year following workers' compensation administration
safety inspection and consultation
Efficiency
Average entry time for first reports of injury, in days
64400
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
65%
63%
65%
0
1
0
1
950
720
850
900
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
P508 Rehabilitation Services Program
Outcome
Number of clients achieving suitable employment for a minimum of
ninety days
Outcome
Percent of clients achieving suitable employment outcomes of all
cases closed after receiving planned services
60%
39.47%
56%
56%
Outcome
Percent of clients achieving suitable employment outcomes
competitively employed or self-employed
97%
97.7%
97%
97%
Outcome
Percent of clients with significant disabilities achieving suitable
employment outcomes who are competitively employed or selfemployed, earning at least minimum wage
97%
99.07%
95%
97%
Outcome
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
9
3
3
3
Outcome
Number of working days between disbursements of federal funds
from federal treasury to deposit of such funds into state treasury
1
1
1
1
875
1,000
779
996
875
1,000
800
1,000
98.8%
95.9%
98.8%
98%
90
94.8
90
90
75
57
75
80%
79%
80%
2400
100
P509 Independent Living Services Program
Output
Output
Number of independent living plans developed
Number of individuals served for independent living
P511
Disability Determination Program
Quality
Percent of initial disability determinations completed accurately
Efficiency
Average number of days for completing an initial disability claim
64500
Governor's Commission on Disability
P698 Governor's Commission on Disability
Outcome
Number of presentations and events in which agency participates
and contributes
Outcome
Percent of requested architectural plan reviews and site inspections
completed
Outcome
Number of constituent calls related to the Americans with
Disabilities Act addressed
Outcome
Percent of constituent calls, related to the Americans with Disabilities
Act and services for individuals with disabilities, provided with
information and referral
104
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
90%
100
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Output
Number of meetings held to develop collaborative partnerships with
other state agencies and private disability agencies to ensure that
quality of life issues for New Mexicans with disabilities are being
addressed
Output
600
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
400
500
Number of technology assistance program devices loaned statewide
116
100
100
Output
Number of technology assistance program outreach presentations,
trainings and events
45
25
25
Output
Number of New Mexicans informed about disability issues and
recommended systems improvements through collaborative
partnerships, presentations, events and public forums.
500
P700 Brain Injury Advisory Council
Outcome
Percent of participant knowledge gained through education or
training on traumatic brain injury issues as evidenced by training tests
Outcome
Percent of individuals receiving education or training on brain injury
issues who demonstrate increased knowledge as evidenced by pre
and post training tests
64700
95%
100%
95%
99%
95%
95%
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
P727 Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Outcome
Percent of participants satisfied with trainings and delivery of
services, as evidenced by satisfactory survey ratings
97%
98%
98%
98%
Outcome
Percent of participant knowledge gained through education or
training on self-advocacy and disability-related issues as evidenced by
training tests
80%
96%
82%
90%
Outcome
Percent increase in the annual number of individuals with
developmental disabilities and their family members who have
received leadership and advocacy skill training
5%
8%
5%
7%
Outcome
Percent increase in the annual number of individuals with
developmental disabilities and their family members who are active
on governmental and nonprofit boards, councils, committees and
work groups
5%
3%
5%
5%
Outcome
Percent increase in the annual number of individuals with
developmental disabilities and their family members who participate
in the legislative process
5%
2%
5%
5%
Output
Number of client contacts to assist on health, housing,
transportation, education, child care, medicaid services and other programs
8,500
14,056
8,900
12,000
Output
Number of individuals trained on self-advocacy and disabilityrelated issues
1,500
2,694
1,800
2,000
Output
Number of trainings conducted annually on self-advocacy and
disability-related issues
115
77
130
130
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
105
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P737 Office of Guardianship
Outcome
Percent of protected persons properly served with the least
restrictive means, as evidenced by an annual technical compliance
95%
0%
98%
98%
Quality
Percent of protected persons provided with legal assistance satisfied
with services, as evidenced by an annual satisfaction survey
90%
0%
92%
92%
Quality
Percent of protected persons properly served by professional
guardianship providers satisfied with services, as evidenced by an
annual satisfaction survey
90%
0%
90%
90%
66200
Miners' Hospital of New Mexico
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of budgeted revenue collected
Annual percent of healthcare-associated infections
Average patient length of stay, in days, for the acute care facility
100%
<1.5%
4.0
95%
1.9%
2.8
100%
<1.5%
3.0
100%
<1.5%
3.0
Outcome
Rate of unassisted patient falls per one thousand patient days in the
long-term care facility
<0.5%
6%
<5.0%
<5.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of occupancy at nursing home based on licensed beds
Percent of patients who return to mobile outreach clinic every three
years to evaluate the progression of their pulmonary disease disability
85%
50%
70%
30.5%
85%
50%
85%
50%
Output
Output
Number of outpatient visits
Number of visits to the outreach clinic
13,000
500
9,337
266
12,000
500
13,000
400
Output
Output
Number of surgeries performed
Percent occupancy in acute care facility based on number of
licensed beds
800
60%
1,196
23%
800
40%
1,300
40%
Quality
Percent of patients readmitted to the hospital within thirty days with
the same or similar diagnosis
<5%
.04%
< 5%
<5%
Quality
Percent of time that provider fails to respond to emergency room
patient within required timeframes
<5%
19%
<15%
<15%
Quality
Percent of emergency room patients returning to the emergency
room with same or similar diagnosis within seventy-two hours of
their initial visit
<1%
.01%
<1%
<1%
Quality
Percent of acute care patients screened for appropriate
pneumococcal vaccine status and administered vaccine prior to
discharge when indicated
<=80%
88.4%
<=80%
<=80%
Quality
Rate of medication errors per one thousand medications
administered
<=2%
.01%
<=2%
<=2%
Quality
Annual percent occupancy of adult residential shelter care homes
based on licensed beds
85%
20%
85%
85%
Efficiency
Gross number of days in accounts receivable
70
138
50
50
106
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Target
66500
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Department of Health
P001
Administration
Output
Percent of Hispanic adults age sixty-five and older who receive a
pneumonia or influenza vaccination
Efficiency
Percent reduction in the number of electronic files stored on
department servers
75%
55%
30%
P002 Public Health
Outcome
Number of teen births prevented among girls ages fifteen to
seventeen seen in the department of health-funded clinics
850
1,547
Outcome
Percent of third grade elementary students in community
transformation communities who are obese
Outcome
Percent of diabetic patients at agency supported primary care clinics
whose HbA1c levels are less than 9 percent
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of WIC recipients that initiate breastfeeding
Percent of children enrolled in Medicaid that receive dental
screening and fluoride sealants or varnish
Outcome
Percent of elementary school students in community transformation
communities participating in classroom fruit and vegetable tastings
40%
40%
Outcome
Percent of elementary school students in community transformation
grant communities participating in walk and roll to school
14%
14%
Outcome
Percent of teens participating in pregnancy prevention programs
who report not being pregnant, or being responsible for getting
someone pregnant, during the school year following participation at
the end of the school year
100%
100%
Output
Number of teens ages 15 to 17 receiving family planning services in
DOH-funded clinics.
Output
Percent of preschoolers (ages nineteen to thirty-five months) fully
immunized
90%
71.6%
85%
85%
Quality
Percent of quit now enrollees who successfully quit using tobacco at
seven-month follow-up
40%
32%
33%
33%
Quality
Percent of female clients aged 15-17 years seen in DOH Public
Health Offices who are given effective contraceptives.
Quality
Percent of students using school-based health centers who receive a
comprehensive well exam
22.4%
70%
85%
75%
TBD
2900
66%
35%
38%
P003 Epidemiology and Response
Outcome
Percent of vital records customers who are satisfied with the service
they received
85%
85%
Outcome
Ratio of infant pertussis cases to total pertussis cases of all ages
1:15
1:15
Outcome
Number of naloxone kits provided in conjunction with prescription
opioids
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
500
107
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of counties with documented implementation plans for
developing regionalized EMS response
27%
Output
Percent of emergency department and intensive care unit licensed
staff at developing and existing trauma centers who have received
training in traumatic injury care
80%
76.2%
Output
Number of naloxone prescriptions provided in conjunction with
prescription opioids
1,000
154
Quality
Percent of acute care hospitals reporting stroke data into approved
national registry
13.6%
13.6%
Quality
Percent of acute care hospitals reporting heart attack data into
approved national registry
18.2%
13.6%
Efficiency
Percent of hospitals reporting bed availability in the healthcare
emergency preparedness bed reporting system within four hours of
request
75%
75%
80%
P004 Laboratory Services
Efficiency
Percent of blood alcohol tests from driving-while-intoxicated cases
analyzed and reported within ten business days
95%
90.1%
Efficiency
Percent of blood alcohol tests from driving-while-intoxicated cases
completed and reported to law enforcement within fifteen business
days
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of office of medical investigator cause-of-death toxicology
cases that are completed and reported to the office of medical
investigator within sixty business days
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of public health threat samples for communicable diseases
and other threatening illnesses that are completed and reported to
the submitting agency within published turnaround times
95%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of environmental samples for chemical contamination that
are completed and reported to the submitting agency within sixty
business days
90%
90%
6.4%
P006 Facilities Management
Outcome
Percent of long-term care residents with healthcare-acquired
pressure ulcers
6.4%
Outcome
Percent of rehabilitation patients experiencing one or more falls with
injury
2.0%
Outcome
Percent of long-term care patients experiencing one or more falls
with injury
3.3%
3.3%
Output
Percent of operational capacity beds filled at all agency facilities
Output
Efficiency
Percent of staffed beds filled at all agency facilities
Percent of eligible third-party revenue collected at all agency facilities
90%
60%
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of behavioral health patient medical records transmitted to
the next level of care within five calendar days
80%
80%
Explanatory
Total dollar amount, in millions, of uncompensated care at all
agency facilities
Explanatory
Percent of patient costs at agency facilities that are uncompensatable
25%
44.7%
108
100%
81.1%
90%
91.2%
$37
$48
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Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P007 Developmental Disabilities Support
Outcome
Percent of adults receiving developmental disabilities day services
who are engaged in community-integrated employment
50%
27%
35%
Outcome
Percent of adults receiving community inclusion services through the
DD Waiver who receive employment services
33%
Quality
Percent of children served through the Family Infant Toddler (FIT)
Program who receive all of the early intervention services on their
Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) with 30 days
97%
Efficiency
Percent of developmental disabilities waiver applicants who have a
service plan in place within ninety days of income and clinical
eligibility determination
100%
75%
95%
93%
Explanatory
Number of individuals on the developmental disabilities waiver
receiving services
4,000
4,403
4,500
4,000
Explanatory
Number of individuals on the developmental disabilities waiver
waiting list
6,330
6,133
6,100
6,330
85%
76%
P008 Health Certification Licensing and Oversight
Output
Percent of developmental disabilities, medically fragile, behavioral
health and family, infant, toddler providers receiving a survey by the
quality management bureau
Output
Percent of abuse, neglect and exploitation incidents for communitybased programs investigated within forty-five days
96%
95%
Quality
Percent of reported findings transmitted to provider within twenty
business days of exit survey
90%
95%
90%
95%
P787 Medical Cannabis Program
Quality
66700
Percent of complete medical cannabis client applications approved
or denied within thirty calendar days of receipt
Department of Environment
P567 Resource Management
Output
Percent of budgets reviewed and analyzed quarterly from the
program level to the lowest program level
100%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Number of prior-year audit findings, identified as material
weaknesses, resolved
100%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Number of working days past the federal reporting requirement the
agency requests direct federal reimbursement
30
27
15
Output
Percent of enforcement actions brought within one year of
inspection or documentation of violation
90%
93%
96%
Output
Average number of working days from the time federal funds are
expended until the agency requests direct federal reimbursement
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
96%
15
109
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
P568 Resource Protection
Outcome
Percent of permitted facilities where monitoring results demonstrate
compliance with groundwater standards
70%
70%
72%
72%
Outcome
Number of new certifications obtained through exams. Number of
continuing education hours for existing operators. Number of
certifications renewed
Outcome
Number of petroleum storage tank release sites that achieved no
further action status
Outcome
Percent of underground storage tank facilities in significant
operational compliance with release prevention and release
detection requirements of the petroleum storage tanks regulations
Outcome
Number of petroleum storage tank release sites where corrective
action has been initiated
Outcome
Number of miles of active watershed restoration, including wetlands
projects, river ecosystem restoration projects and federal Clean Water
Act Section 319 projects
100
Outcome
Number of acres of active watershed restoration, including wetlands
projects, river ecosystem restoration projects and federal Clean Water
Act Section 319 projects
100
Outcome
Ensure trained and qualified utility operators by number of new
certifications obtained through exams
Outcome
Ensure trained and qualified utility operators by number of
continuing education hours for existing operators
300
Outcome
Ensure trained and qualified utility operators by number of
certifications renewed
1,000
Output
Percent of groundwater discharge permitted facilities receiving
annual field inspections and compliance evaluations
Output
Number of miles/acres of active watershed restoration, including
wetlands projects, river ecosystem restoration projects and federal
Clean Water Act Section 319 projects
Output
Percentage of perennial stream miles monitored annually to
determine if surface water quality is impaired in surveyed watershed
90%
Output
Percentage of lake acres monitored annually to determine if surface
water quality is impaired in surveyed watershed
90%
Explanatory
Stream miles and acreage of lakes monitored annually to determine if
surface water quality is impaired
Explanatory
Unobligated balance of the corrective action fund at time of fund
certification
32K/300/1K
30
18
30
30
70%
83%
70%
70%
10
10
32,000
50%
68%
52%
100
10/30
100
125/40K 1,401/26,773
52%
700/5K
$3.0M
$3.0M
100%
100%
P569 Field Operations and Infrastructure Program
Outcome
110
Percent of homeowners with contaminated wells advised on how to
eliminate or reduce health risks
100%
100%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
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Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of high-risk food-related violations issued to permitted
commercial food establishments that are corrected within the
timeframes noted on the inspection report
100%
99.3%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of swimming pool and spa inspections completed within
timeframe due
100%
99.9%
100%
100%
Outcome
Number of boil-water advisories issued to consumers because a
water system has violated the bacteria standard
≤10
12
≤10
≤10
Outcome
Percent of environmental protection agency clean water state
revolving fund capitalization grant and matching state funds
committed to New Mexico communities for wastewater
infrastructure development in the state fiscal year following receipt
of an environmental protection agency award
75%
354%
84%
84%
Output
Output
Number of free well water tests
Percent of new, modified or registered liquid waste systems granted
final operating approval inspected by New Mexico environment
department with photographic documentation submitted by an
authorized installer
0
100%
208
100%
175
100%
100%
Output
Percent of annual permitted food establishments inspected within
timeframe due
100%
99.6%
100%
100%
Output
Number of assistance actions provided to public water systems to
ensure compliance with federal Safe Drinking Water Act regulations
400/3,500
250/4,565
500/3,500
3,500
Output
Percent of public water systems surveyed to ensure compliance with
drinking water regulations
89.2%
93.4
96%
96%
Output
Protect public health by conducting sanitary surveys on public water
systems to ensure compliance with drinking water regulations
90%
93.4%
96%
Output
Percent of water systems that have a sanitary survey conducted
within required timeframes
90%
93.4%
95%
92%
Output
Percent of cases in which Sandia national laboratories and Los
Alamos national laboratory are notified of agency action on
document submittals within the timeframe specified in the executed
consent orders
90%
100%
95%
95%
Output
Percent of active hazardous waste generator facilities that have never
been inspected
0%
24.4%
3.5%
3.5%
Output
Percent of large quantity hazardous waste generators inspected
Output
Percent of enforcement actions brought within one year of
discovery of noncompliance with Los Alamos national laboratory
and Sandia national laboratories consent orders
Quality
Quality
20%
27.7%
24%
24%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Percent customer satisfaction with the construction bureau’s
technical assistance and engineering services provided in conjunction
with federal and state loan and grant projects for construction of
water, wastewater and solid waste projects, based on written customer surveys
95%
97%
95%
Percent customer satisfaction with the construction bureau’s
administrative services provided in conjunction with federal and
state loan and grant projects for construction of water, wastewater
and solid waste projects, based on written customer surveys
95%
98%
95%
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FY14
Target
Quality
Percent of customer satisfaction with the construction program
bureau's services provided in conjunction with federal and state loan
and grant projects for construction of water, wastewater and solid
waste projects, based on written customer surveys
Efficiency
Percent of public drinking water systems inspected within one week
of confirmation of system problems that might acutely impact public
health
Efficiency
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
95%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Percent of the population served by community water systems that
meet all applicable health-based drinking water standards
91%
94.5%
100%
95%
Efficiency
Percent of department of energy generator site audits for the waste
isolation pilot project on which agency action will be taken within
forty-five days
80%
100%
88%
88%
Explanatory
Number of compliance orders issued in response to complaints or
inspection of new septic tanks
≥5/540
1
≥0
Explanatory
Total number of new projects funded and dollar amount of new
loans made from the clean water state revolving fund program and
the rural infrastructure revolving loan program, in thousands
≥5/$7,000
Explanatory
Percent of project interest forms processed for water, wastewater
and solid waste projects
Explanatory
Total dollar amount of new loans made from the clean water state
revolving loan fund program, in thousands
≥$20,000
Explanatory
Total dollar amount of new loans made from the rural infrastructure
revolving loan program, in thousands
≥$20,000
100%
6/$33,355 ≥7/≥$20,000
100%
100%
100%
P570 Environmental Protection
Outcome
Outcome
Annual statewide greenhouse gas emissions
Percent of facilities taking corrective action to mitigate air quality
violations discovered as a result of inspections
48.6MMt
100%
TBD
95.9%
48.6MMt
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of serious worker health and safety violations corrected
within the timeframes designated on issued citations from the
consultation and compliance sections
95%
95.9%
95%
95%
Outcome
Percent of permitted active solid waste facilities and infectious waste
generators inspected that were found to be in substantial
compliance with the New Mexico solid waste rules
80%
87%
85%
85%
Outcome
Percent of landfills compliant with groundwater sampling and
reporting requirements
75%
96%
100%
90%
Outcome
Percent of radioactive material licensees and x-ray registrants
inspected and issued a notice of violation that come into compliance
within the timeframe specified
97%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Percent of air construction permit decisions issued within the first
ninety days allowed by statute or within additional time approved by
the cabinet secretary as allowed by statute
100%
100%
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Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent of referrals alleging serious hazards responded to via an onsite inspection or investigation (letter or phone call to employer)
within ten working days
95%
95.8%
95%
95%
Output
Percent of licensed radioactive material facility inspections
completed within the timeframes identified in radiation control
bureau policies
85%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Percent of radiation-producing machine inspections completed
within the timeframes identified in radiation control bureau policies
88%
98%
100%
100%
Explanatory
Annual number of registered and closed landfills in substantial
compliance with post-closure requirements
55
59
60
60
500
500
975
1,072
750
750
900
1,000
66800
Office of the Natural Resources Trustee
Outcome
Outcome
67000
Number of acres of habitat restoration
Number of acre-feet of water conserved through restoration
Veterans' Services Department
Outcome
Percent of New Mexico veterans impacted by department programs
22%
13.5%
22%
21%
Output
Number of veterans served by veterans' services department field
offices
38,000
23,018
36,000
32,000
Output
Number of referrals from veterans' services officers to contract
veterans' organizations
21,000
12,901
19,000
18,000
Output
Number of homeless veterans provided overnight shelter for a
period of two weeks or more
190
360
160
300
Output
Compensation received by New Mexico veterans as a result of the
department's contracts with veterans' organizations, in millions
$128
$117
$140
$130
Output
Number of property tax waiver and exemption certificates issued to
New Mexico veterans
8,000
4,717
8,000
5,000
Output
Number of compliance survey visits completed to ensure education
facilities meet all regulatory requirements
40
40
69000
42
42
Children, Youth and Families Department
P576 Program Support
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Percent of contractors that receive an onsite financial visit
Percent of contracts that receive a desktop audit
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
Efficiency
Average number of days to fill positions from the advertisement
close date to candidate start date
7
8%
20%
10%
20%
65
65
15%
14%
5.8%
5.8%
7
P577 Juvenile Justice Facilities
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Turnover rate for youth care specialists
Percent of clients who complete formal probation
Percent of clients readjudicated within two years of previous
adjudication
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
25%
92%
6.0%
14.4%
92.1%
6.0%
113
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FY14
Target
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of clients who successfully complete formal probation
Percent of substantiated complaints by clients of abuse or neglect in
juvenile justice facilities
Outcome
Percent of incidents in juvenile justice services facilities requiring use
of force resulting in injury
1.5%
Outcome
Percent of clients recommitted to a children, youth and families
department facility within two years of discharge from facilities
Outcome
Percent of juvenile justice division facility clients age eighteen and
older who enter adult corrections within two years after discharge
from a juvenile justice facility
Outcome
Percent of clients with improvement in reading on standardized preand post testing
Outcome
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
70%
32.7%
70%
32.7%
2.2%
1.5%
1.5%
10%
9.7%
9.0%
9.0%
8%
7.1%
6%
6%
54.5%
TBD
54.5%
54.5%
Percent of clients with improvement in math on standardized preand post testing
60%
TBD
70%
70%
Outcome
Percent of clients successfully completing term of supervised release
92%
93.4
92%
93%
Output
Output
Number of client-to-staff battery incidents
Number of physical assaults in juvenile justice facilities
<260
270
<600
<260
<600
<250
82%
76.8%
80%
78%
35.5%
31.8%
32%
35%
P578 Protective Services
Outcome
Percent of children in foster care for twelve months with no more
than two placements
Outcome
Percent of children adopted within twenty-four months from entry
into foster care
Outcome
Percent of children in foster care who have at least one monthly visit
with their caseworker
90%
97.27
95%
97%
Outcome
Percent of adult victims or survivors receiving domestic violence
services who have an individualized safety plan
93%
92%
93%
95%
Outcome
Percent of adult victims or survivors receiving domestic violence
services who are made aware of other available community services
90%
87%
90%
90%
Outcome
Percent of children who are not the subject of substantiated
maltreatment within six months of a prior determination of
substantiated maltreatment
93%
88.8%
93%
92%
Outcome
Percent of children reunified with their natural families in less than
twelve months of entry into care
65%
59.4%
65%
65%
Output
Output
Turnover rate for protective service workers
Percent of children who are not the subject of substantiated
maltreatment while in foster care
25%
99.7%
26.4%
99.9%
25%
99.7%
20%
99.7%
Output
Percent of children reentering foster care in less than twelve months
8.5%
11.7%
9.0%
9%
40%
P782 Early Childhood Services
Outcome
Percent of children receiving state subsidy in stars/aim high
programs level three through five or with national accreditation
25%
41.1%
35%
Outcome
Percent of mothers participating in home visiting who are identified
as having symptoms of post-partum depression who are referred to
services and then receive services
45%
30.2%
35%
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Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of licensed childcare providers participating in stars/aim
high levels three through five or with national accreditations
25%
31.6%
30%
30%
Outcome
Percent of children in state-funded prekindergarten showing
measurable progress on the preschool readiness kindergarten tool
92%
90.2
92%
92%
Outcome
Percent of children participating in home visiting who demonstrate
measurable progress in the communication domain
Outcome
Percent of infants on schedule to be fully immunized by age two
85%
Outcome
Percent of parents who demonstrate progress in practicing positive
parent-child interactions
40%
Outcome
Percent of families at risk for domestic violence who have a safety
plan in place
50%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of mothers who initiate breastfeeding
Percent of licensed childcare providers participating in FOCUS, levels
three through five
75%
15%
Outcome
Percent of children receiving state subsidy in FOCUS program, levels
three through five
10%
50%
P798 Behavioral Health Services
Outcome
Percent of youth hospitalized for treatment of selected mental
health disorders who receive a follow-up with a mental health
practitioner within seven calendar days after discharge
50%
50%
Outcome
Percent of youth who show improvement in the substance disorder
domain of the global assessment of individual need short screen
50%
50%
Quality
Percent of youth receiving community-based and juvenile detention
center behavioral health services who perceive that they are doing
better in school or work because of the behavioral health services
they have received
70500
75%
Department of Military Affairs
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Rate of attrition of the New Mexico army national guard
Percent of strength of the New Mexico national guard
Percent of cadets successfully graduating from the youth challenge
academy
Output
Number of major environmental compliance findings from
inspections
Output
Number of New Mexico youth challenge academy cadets who earn
their high school equivalency annually
Output
The number of square feet of armory or readiness centers that are
assessed as black/q4 status (having major deficiencies) on the
infrastructure status report.
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
16%
97%
93%
7.8%
93%
79%
1
22
40
73
14%
97%
97%
14%
97%
94%
110
100
91,000
91,000
115
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FY14
Target
76000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Parole Board
Outcome
Number of comprehensive resource guides and agency rules and
regulations pamphlets produced and updated
Outcome
Percent of parole certificates issued within ten days of hearing or ten
days of receiving all relevant information needed
Output
Efficiency
76500
1
1
1
1
95%
98.7%
95%
95%
Number of informational meetings held with individuals, advocacy
groups and local, state, federal or county governments
30
41
34
34
Percent of revocation hearings held within thirty days of a parolee's
return to the corrections department
95%
94%
95%
95%
Juvenile Public Safety Advisory Board
Outcome
Percent of clients successfully completing term of supervised release
99%
93.4%
92%
92%
Output
Percent of clients reviewed at forty days
98%
81%
98%
98%
77000
Corrections Department
P530 Program Support
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent turnover of probation and parole officers
Percent turnover of correctional officers in public facilities
Percent of employee union grievances resolved prior to arbitration
12%
11%
95%
14.2%
10.9%
100%
10%
10%
98%
10%
10%
98%
Output
Graduation rate of correctional officer cadets from the corrections
department training academy
90%
86.6%
90%
85%
Output
Percent of institutional programming staff, probation and parole
officers and supervisors, classification and behavioral health bureau
staff trained in motivational interviewing techniques
100%
100%
100%
Quality
Percent of audit findings resolved from prior year
P531
75%
75%
20%
Inmate Management and Control
Outcome
Percent of prisoners reincarcerated back into the corrections
department within thirty-six months due to technical parole
violations
20%
21.9%
20%
Outcome
Recidivism rate of the success for offenders after release program by
thirty-six months
32%
36%
25%
Outcome
Percent of female offenders successfully released in accordance with
their scheduled release dates
90%
78.2%
90%
Outcome
Percent of male offenders successfully released in accordance with
their scheduled release dates
90%
78.4%
90%
Outcome
Percent of prisoners reincarcerated back into the corrections
department system within thirty-six months due to new charges or
pending charges
23%
25.3%
20%
20%
Outcome
Percent of residential drug abuse program graduates reincarcerated
within thirty-six months of release
40%
9.2%
35%
25%
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Target
Outcome
Percent of standard healthcare requirements met by medical
contract vendor
Outcome
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
100%
86.6%
100%
100%
Percent of eligible sex offenders who are receiving treatment within
three years of release
75%
37.9%
75%
Outcome
Percent of sex offenders reincarcerated back into the corrections
department within thirty-six months
30%
40.8%
25%
Outcome
Percent of prisoners reincarcerated back into the corrections
department within thirty-six months due to technical parole
violations excluding absconders and sanctioned parole violators
20%
12.1%
Outcome
Percent of sex offenders reincarcerated on a new sex offense
conviction within thirty-six months of release on the previous sex
offense conviction
15%
Outcome
Percent of release eligible female inmates still incarcerated past their
scheduled release date
10%
Outcome
Percent of release eligible male inmates still incarcerated past their
scheduled release date
10%
Outcome
Percent of sex offenders incarcerated receiving sex offender
treatment
75%
Outcome
Percent of inmates pre-enrolled in Medicaid at the time of release
Output
Percent of eligible inmates who earn a general equivalency diploma
90%
54.2%
95%
75%
75%
Output
Percent of participating inmates who have completed adult basic
education
50%
33%
50%
50%
Output
Percent of inmates testing positive for drug use or refusing to be
tested in a random monthly drug test
≤2%
2.03%
≤2%
Output
Output
Output
Number of inmate-on-inmate assaults with serious injury
Number of inmate-on-staff assaults with serious injury
Number of escapes from a publicly run corrections department
facility
18
4
0
9
5
0
15
4
0
15
4
0
Output
Number of escapes from a secure, privately operated corrections
department facility
0
0
0
0
Output
Output
Percent of inmate grievances resolved informally
Percent of random monthly drug tests administered to at least ten
percent of the inmate population that test positive for drug use
85%
58.1%
85%
85%
<1.5%
P533 Corrections Industries
Outcome
Percent of inmates receiving vocational or educational training
assigned to corrections industries
>10%
6%
>20%
>20%
Outcome
Percent of inmate hours lost due to security issues
<15%
5%
<10%
<10%
90%
83%
92%
92%
28
35
28
32
P534 Community Offender Management
Outcome
Percent of out-of-office contacts per month with offenders on high
and extreme supervision on standard caseloads
Output
Average community corrections program caseload per probation
and parole officer
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
117
Table 5
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FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Output
Percent of absconders apprehended
Percent of male offenders who complete the residential treatment
center program
15%
75%
12%
92.4%
26%
80%
Output
Percent of female offenders who complete the residential treatment
center program
80%
78.3%
90%
Output
Number of offenders on the waiting list for intensive or high-risk
supervision
<50
65
<50
Output
Percent of female offenders who complete the halfway house
program
95%
90.6%
100%
Output
Percent of male offenders who graduated from the men's recovery
center and are reincarcerated within thirty-six months
25%
Output
Percent of female offenders who graduated from the women's
recovery center and are reincarcerated within thirty-six months
25%
Quality
Average standard caseload per probation and parole officer
78000
95
105
90
26%
<50
95
Crime Victims Reparation Commission
P706 Victim Compensation
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent increase in number of reparation applications received
Percent of victims receiving direct advocacy
Percent of payment for care and support paid to providers
Percent of payment for care and support paid to individual victims
5%
90%
2%
85%
2%
90%
Output
Output
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
Number of formal trainings conducted annually
Number of formal internal staff trainings conducted annually
Number of victims receiving direct advocacy
Average number of days to process applications
Percent of payment vouchers for care and support sent to the
department of finance and administration within two working days
of the receipt of payment list
8
6
1,840
<120
90%
9
6
252
99
90%
8
6
1,600
<105
90%
2%
2%
90%
65%
100%
9
6
400
<100
90%
P707 Federal Grant Administration
Outcome
Percent increase in the number of services provided to victims of
crime by grant sub-recipients
Outcome
Percent of monitored sub-grantees in compliance with grants rules
to provide effective services to victims of crime
Output
Output
Number of training workshops conducted for sub-grantees
Number of statewide training conferences held for service providers
and victim advocates
Output
95%
12
1
15
1
Number of working days between disbursement of federal funds
from federal treasury to expenditure of such funds
5
5
Output
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
5
Efficiency
Percent of sub-grantees that receive compliance monitoring via desk
audits
85%
118
10
1
12
1
5
5
5
85%
85%
85%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Efficiency
Efficiency
Percent of site visits conducted
Number of working days to complete payment voucher after
completion of drawdown
Efficiency
Percent of payment vouchers for sub-grantees sent to department of
finance and administration with two working days of the receipt of
payment list
30%
6
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
30%
6
30%
30%
90%
90%
Department of Public Safety
79000
P503 Program Support
Outcome
Percent of audit findings resolved from the prior fiscal years' annual
external audit
90%
Output
Number of site visits made to sub-grantees per filled FTE assigned to
conduct site visits
Efficiency
Number of working days between disbursement of federal funds
from federal treasury to expenditure of such funds
10
0
10
Efficiency
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
75
65
60
6
60
P504 Law Enforcement Program
Outcome
Percent of certifications for basic police officer and public safety
telecommunicator graduates sent out within thirty business days
from date of graduation
Outcome
Output
Number of data-driven crime and traffic initiatives conducted
Number of licensed alcohol premises inspections conducted per
agent assigned to alcohol enforcement duties
Output
90%
288
360.2
500
150
Number of minor compliance operations per agent assigned to
alcohol enforcement duties
16
15.7
12
Output
Output
Number of traffic-related enforcement projects held
Number of driving-while-intoxicated checkpoints and saturation
patrols conducted
850
750
1,692
915
1,250
1,175
1,700
1,175
Output
Output
Number of driving-while-intoxicated arrests per patrol officer
Number of criminal investigations conducted by commissioned
personnel per full-time equivalent assigned to patrol and
investigations bureau
12
60
8.2
58.3
12
60
9
Output
Number of drug-related investigations conducted by commissioned
personnel per full-time equivalent assigned to the investigations
bureau
20
6.3
8
Output
Number of minor compliance and underage enforcement
operations conducted annually per agent assigned to alcohol
enforcement duties
24
Output
Number of criminal investigations conducted by agents assigned to
criminal investigative and impact positions in the investigations
bureau
15
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
750
150
119
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Number of drug-related investigations conducted per agent assigned
to narcotics investigative positions in the investigations bureau
12
Output
Number of enforcement operations for sales to intoxicated persons
50
Output
Number of tobacco outlets visited during tobacco sales enforcement
operations
500
Output
Output
Number of alcohol source investigations conducted statewide
Number of community-based alcohol awareness meetings attended
12
50
Output
Output
Number of violations for sales to intoxicated persons
Number of technical support requests provided by commissioned
and civilian personnel assigned to computer forensic and
investigative positions in the investigations bureau
Output
Output
Number of crime scenes investigated or processed statewide
Number of educational presentations to law enforcement agencies
20
Output
Number of educational interactions with liquor licensees
40
P781
127
50
24
150
200
Motor Transportation Division
Outcome
Percent of uniformed personnel trained and participating in
preventive radiologic nuclear detection initiatives
90%
90.2%
90%
Output
Output
Output
Output
Number of commercial motor vehicle citations issued
Number of commercial motor vehicle safety inspections
Number of non-commercial motor vehicle citations issued
Number of motor carrier safety trainings completed
30,000
90,000
11,500
32
25,188
73,988
13,159
43
30,000
90,000
14,000
50
48
Output
Number of fatal commercial motor vehicle crashes per 100 million
vehicle miles traveled
0.16
0.6
Output
Number of non-commercial motor vehicle citations issued with
nexus to CMV per patrol officer
50
14.5
Output
Number of driving while intoxicated arrests per motor
transportation division patrol officer
2
0.6
2
1
Output
Number of commercial motor vehicle citations issued per filled FTE
assigned to enforcement duties
522
Output
Number of commercial motor vehicle safety inspections conducted
per filled FTE assigned to inspection duties
397
Output
Number of non-commercial motor vehicle citations issued per filled
FTE assigned to enforcement duties
175
Output
Number of out-of-service commercial motor vehicle citations issued
per filled FTE assigned to enforcement duties
100
Output
Percent of total citations issued to non-commercial motor vehicles
Efficiency
Percentage of reportable CMV crashes reported to NMDPS by other
law enforcement agencies within 90 days of occurrence
32%
90%
94%
P786 Statewide Law Enforcement Support Program
Outcome
Percent of forensic biology and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) cases
completed per filled full-time equivalent within thirty working days
40%
34.6%
45%
50%
Outcome
Percent of forensic latent fingerprint cases completed per filled fulltime equivalent within thirty working days
60%
12.5%
70%
50%
120
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of forensic firearm or toolmark cases completed per filled
full-time equivalent within thirty working days
40%
45.6%
45%
50%
Outcome
Percent of forensic chemistry cases completed per filled full-time
equivalent within thirty working days
85%
49.2%
80%
60%
Outcome
Percent of service requests received from statewide criminal justice
entities resolved within forty-eight hours of receipt
98%
74.1%
95%
90%
Outcome
Percent increase in the number of criminal justice employees using
the law enforcement automated data services system, per quarter
5%
30.1%
5%
5%
Outcome
Average turnaround time to issue a concealed carry permit from the
date the application is received to the date it is complete, in days
45
27
40
21
Outcome
Percent of forensic cases completed per filled full-time equivalent
position within thirty working days
56%
38.9%
55%
Outcome
Percent of desktop or mobile service requests received from
statewide criminal justice entities resolved within five business days
Outcome
Number of mandatory trainings delivered by the law enforcement
academy compared with the number of statutorily required trainings,
annually
Outcome
Output
Percent of complaint cases reviewed and adjudicated annually
Number of DNA profiles entered into the combined DNA index
system
Output
Number of finger and palm prints entered into the automated
fingerprint identification system
Output
Increase in the number of live scan and fingerprint end-users trained
in law enforcement and correctional facilities throughout the state
Output
Average turnaround time of civil applicant results posted to the NM
applicant processing service from the date the fingerprints are taken
to the date of posting, in working days
Output
Explanatory
Number of concealed carry permits issued
Average number of incoming New Mexico law enforcement
telecommunications system transactions per day increase
Explanatory
Number of civil fingerprint submissions processed through the
automated fingerprint identification system
Explanatory
Number of new and renewal concealed carry permit applications
received
79500
80%
26
27
26
80%
620
27.6%
633
85%
620
80%
1,250
605
1,350
2,400
75
190
250
200
4
10%
4.9%
7,900
10%
10%
15,000
8,400
Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Outcome
Number of exercises conducted annually in compliance with federal
guidelines
34
57
90
65
Outcome
Number of program and administrative team compliance visits
conducted each year on all grants
42
30
45
45
Outcome
Number of local emergency operation plans current within three
years
32
19
35
35
Output
Percent attainment of minimum declaration site-specific mitigation
10%
15%
Output
Output
Number of training courses instructed annually
Number of students trained annually
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
98
2170
121
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
Output
Output
Output
Output
Number of facilitated training courses conducted annually
Annual monitoring of disaster grant applicants
Number of training courses facilitated annually
Semi-annually monitoring of disaster grant applications
80500
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
30
15
15
130
93
100%
120
100%
15
72
50
Department of Transportation
P562 Programs and Infrastructure
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Number of traffic fatalities
Number of alcohol-related traffic fatalities
Number of non-alcohol-related traffic fatalities
Number of occupants not wearing seatbelts in motor vehicle
fatalities
<345
<130
<215
<150
343
137
206
140
<345
<130
<215
<150
<350
<130
<215
<150
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Number of crashes in established safety corridors
Percent of projects in production let as scheduled
Percent of airport runways in satisfactory or better condition
Number of pedestrian fatalities
Number of rural traffic fatalities
<600
>70%
>60%
<43
<200
TBD
70%
50%
58
<245
<600
>70%
>60%
<45
<235
>70%
>60%
<50
<245
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Number of urban traffic fatalities
Number of rural alcohol-related traffic fatalities
Number of urban alcohol-related traffic fatalities
Number of serious injuries (rural)
Number of serious injuries (urban)
Percent of bridges in fair condition or better (based on deck area)
<90
<90
<45
<1,400
<700
75%
<99
<96
<41
<283
<682
94%
<110
<85
<45
<105
<85
<45
>75%
>85%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Quality
Quality
Percent of projects completed according to schedule
Number of head-on crashes
Number of alcohol-related fatal crashes (rural)
Number of alcohol-related fatal crashes (urbanl)
Number of alcohol-related crashes (rural)
Number of alcohol-related crashes (urban)
Ride quality index for new construction
Percent of final cost-over-bid amount (less gross receipts tax) on
highway construction projects
75%
<900
<90
<45
<1,400
<900
>4.0
<3.0%
91%
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
>75%
<900
>80%
<900
1%
<4.0
<3.0%
>4.0
<2.5%
Explanatory
Explanatory
Annual number of riders on park and ride
Annual number of riders on the rail runner, in millions
>275,000
>1.3
315,738
1.1
>300,000
>1.2
>300,000
>1.0
>85%
>97%
<3,500
>85%
>85%
<250
70%
94%
8,128
90%
63%
241
>85%
>95%
<3,500
>85%
>80%
<500
>70%
>92%
<8,000
>85%
>65%
<400
P563 Transportation and Highway Operations
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
122
Percent of non-interstate lane miles rated good
Percent of interstate lane miles rated good
Number of combined systemwide miles in deficient condition
Percent of national highway system lane miles rated good
Percent of non-national highway system lane miles rated good
Number of interstate miles in deficient condition
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Outcome
Output
Output
Output
Output
Quality
Number of non-interstate miles in deficient condition
Number of statewide pavement preservation lane miles
Amount of litter collected from department roads, in tons
Number of damage claims submitted each year
Number of damage claims paid each year
Customer satisfaction levels at rest areas
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
<2,500
>2,500
>14,000
<20
<20
>98%
7,887
2,889
6,201
378
TBD
99%
<3,000
>2,750
>11,000
<20
20
>98%
<7,500
>2,750
>8,000
<380
200
>98%
P564 Program Support
Outcome
Output
Output
Vacancy rate in all programs
Number of employee injuries
Number of working days between expenditure of federal funds and
request for reimbursement from federal treasury
<11%
<95
10
13.6%
106
7
<13%
<90
10
<14%
<95
10
Output
Quality
Quality
Efficiency
Number of employee injuries occurring in workzones
Number of external audit findings
Percent of prior-year audit findings resolved
Percent of invoices paid within thirty days
<50
<6
>80%
>95%
28
0
100%
89%
<50
<6
>80%
>90%
<45
<5
>90%
>90%
80%
79.5%
80%
80%
7
9.75
14
14
92400
Public Education Department
P527 Public Education Department
Outcome
Percent of teachers passing all strands of professional dossiers on the
first submittal
Outcome
Average processing time for school district federal budget
adjustment requests processed, in days
Outcome
Percent change from the preliminary unit value to the final unit
value
2%
0%
2%
2%
Outcome
Average number of days to process federal reimbursements to
grantees after receipt of complete and verified invoices
24
21.75
24
24
Outcome
Percent of school-district- and charter-school-reported data in the
student, teacher accountability reporting system reported accurately
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Average processing time for school district budget adjustment
requests for direct grants, in days
7
2.75
7
7
Outcome
Percent of federal funds received by the state for public education
reverting annually
<1%
0%
<1%
<1%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of prior-year audit findings resolved
Average number of days to process a request for information, from
date of receipt
90%
15
TBD
13.75
80%
30
80%
30
Outcome
Percent of school grades accurately reported to the public not less
than two weeks before the first day of school
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Average number of days to process a request for proposals, from
date of receipt
15
75
60
75
Outcome
Percent of state appropriated funds for public education reverting
annually
<1%
TBD
<1%
<1%
Outcome
Percent of fourth through tenth grade students participating in
state-funded short-cycle assessments in reading
100%
TBD
95%
75%
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123
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Outcome
Percent of fourth through tenth grade students participating in
state-funded short-cycle assessments in mathematics
Outcome
Change in percent of students on early reading benchmark at the
beginning of year to end of year in kindergarten through third grade
Outcome
Change in proficiency rates from prior year on the standards-based
assessment in mathematics and reading at schools receiving state
grant funding for interventions in D and F schools
Outcome
95%
75%
20%
13.25%
20%
20%
5%
3.8%
5%
5%
Percent of public education department contracts issued
retroactively
<2%
0%
0%
0%
Outcome
Percent of Elementary and Secondary Education Act School A–F
Grades accurately reported to the public not less than two weeks
before the first day of school
100%
100%
Output
Number of data validation audits of funding formula components
annually
30
0
35
Output
Number of local education agencies audited for funding formula
components and program compliance annually
35
1
35
35
Output
Percent of school district and charter school budget adjustment
requests processed in fewer than thirty days
100%
100%
100%
100%
Explanatory
Percent of eligible children served in state-funded prekindergarten
TBD
23.4%
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of eligible children served in state-funded prekindergarten
TBD
6,808
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of school districts and charter schools that failed to submit
an annual audit within ninety days of the due date
TBD
2
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of school districts and charter schools that did not receive
their full state equalization guarantee distribution because they failed
an audit within ninety days of the due date
TBD
0
TBD
Explanatory
Explanatory
Number of new audit findings from most recent audit
Change in the number of school district and charter school required
reports for state and federal reporting
TBD
-71
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Explanatory
Number of procurement code violations
Number of charter amendments approved by the local authorizers
in the current fiscal year
TBD
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of charter school renewals denied by the public education
commission in the current fiscal year
TBD
2
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Percent of elementary schools participating in the state-funded
elementary school breakfast after the bell
TBD
43.25%
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of elementary schools participating in the state-funded
elementary school breakfast after the bell
TBD
181
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of charter schools authorized by local school boards in the
current fiscal year
TBD
0
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of charter schools authorized by the public education
commission in the current fiscal year
TBD
4
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of elementary students participating in the state-funded
elementary school breakfast after the bell
TBD
70,574
TBD
TBD
124
100%
TBD
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Explanatory
Number of charter amendments approved by the public education
commission in the current fiscal year
TBD
45
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Percent of elementary students participating in the state-funded
elementary school breakfast after the bell
TBD
42.75
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Number of charter school renewals denied by local authorizers in
the current fiscal year
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Percent change in the data elements required for state and federal
reporting
TBD
0%
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Total amount of private funding received for public education, in
millions
$1M
$1,028,148
$1.5M
$1.5M
Explanatory
Number of charter amendments approved by local school boards in
the current fiscal year
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
Explanatory
Public usage of public education department guidance and
information on redesigned interactive website, in website hits
TBD
433,618
Explanatory
Total amount of federal competitive funding received for public
education, in millions
$1M
$12,500,000
$4M
94000
Public School Facilities Authority
Outcome
Percent of total submitted school construction plans reviewed and
acted on
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent compliance with prompt payment provision of Prompt
Payment Act for all direct payments to vendors
100%
98%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of projects meeting all contingencies completed within the
specified period of awards
90%
79%
95%
95%
Outcome
Number of days to disseminate all pertinent documents to school
districts for all awards made by the public school capital outlay
council
10
6
5
5
Outcome
Average processing time of final action on plans submitted, in days
10
14
10
Outcome
Average cost per square foot of leases funded with lease assistance
TBD
Outcome
Number of months from substantial completion to financial close
out
TBD
Efficiency
Percent of total submitted school construction plans reviewed and
acted upon within the specified periods.
90%
90%
Efficiency
Percent of special charter facility assessments completed within the
statutory deadline of forty-five days
100%
100%
Efficiency
Percent of memorandums of understanding for awarded projects
executed within the specified time
100%
100%
Explanatory
Explanatory
Explanatory
Number of change orders in current fiscal year
Number of months between initial award to occupancy
Number of months from initial award to commencement of
construction
Explanatory
Statewide public school facility maintenance assessment report score
measured at December 31 of prior calendar year
Explanatory
Statewide public school facility condition index measured at
December 31 of prior calendar year
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
14
TBD
TBD
TBD
61.2%
35%
35.25%
70.1%
70.1%
33.5%
33.5%
125
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
95000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Higher Education Department
P505 Policy Development and Institutional Financial Oversight
Outcome
Percent of first-time, degree-seeking community college students
who have graduated from the same institution or another public
institution or have transferred within three years
23%
19.6%
24%
24%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, degree-seeking university students who have
graduated from the same institution or another public institution
within six years
43%
43.2%
45%
45%
Outcome
Number of awards produced in postsecondary programs geared
toward New Mexico workforce needs
5,000
17,262
16,000
16,000
Outcome
Number of students receiving a baccalaureate degree from a New
Mexico public postsecondary institution
7,500
7,482
8,000
8,000
Outcome
Number of students receiving an associate's degree or certificate
from a New Mexico public postsecondary institution
13,000
9,724
13,000
13,000
Outcome
Number of high school students earning dual credits from New
Mexico public postsecondary institutions
13,000
17,427
15,000
17,000
Outcome
For recent New Mexico high school graduates, percent of students
who require remediation in math, English, or both who pass the
remedial course and pass the ensuing college credit course within the
same discipline within one year
78%
38.5%
80%
75%
Outcome
Number of adult education students who earn the high school
equivalency credential
2,000
1,733
2,000
1,900
Outcome
Percent of enrollees in four-year public postsecondary institutions
who are transfers from public two-year postsecondary institutions
22%
22.6%
25%
25%
Outcome
Average number of credit hours accrued in the attainment of a
bachelor's degree by students who transfer in versus those who
originate at the degree-awarding institution
130:125
120:153
146:134
130:125
Outcome
Percent of audit oversight reviews completed by HED to ensure
institutions are implementing corrective measures to reduce and
eliminate new and recurring findings
Output
Number of adult education students who enter into postsecondary
education and training
1,200
1,299
1,200
1,200
Output
Output
Number of adult education students obtaining employment
Number of enrollees in four-year public postsecondary institutions
who are transfers from public two-year postsecondary institutions
1,000
13,200
2,021
10,290
1,500
13,400
2,000
12,000
Output
Percent of institutional operating budgets approved by the New
Mexico higher education department deadline of June 1st
100%
100%
100%
100%
Output
Time for the private and proprietary schools division to address and
close a student complaint
30 days
Output
Time for the private and proprietary schools division to complete a
request for student transcript
3 days
Output
Percent of capital projects evaluations and audits performed to
ensure institutional accountability and responsibility
N/A
N/A
25%
Output
Number of returning undergraduate students who are taking
remedial education courses
6,500
5,985
6,000
126
100%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
25%
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Efficiency
Percent of properly completed capital infrastructure draws released
to the state board of finance within thirty days of receipt from the
institutions
100%
100%
100%
100%
Explanatory
Explanatory
Number of enrolled students in adult education programs
Percent of institutional fiscal watch program quarterly reports
submitted to higher education department, department of finance
and administration and the legislative finance committee
20,000
100%
16,796
100%
20,500
100%
19,000
100%
P506 Student Financial Aid Program
Outcome
Percent of first-time freshman lottery recipients graduated from
college after the ninth semester
74%
73.2%
75%
75%
Outcome
Percent of students who received state loan-for-service funding who
provided service after graduation
92%
92.2%
92%
93%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of state financial aid funds used for need-based aid
Number of need-based scholarships awarded to students with an
estimated family contribution of zero
30%
37,000
25.4%
49,162
30%
37,200
26%
37,200
Outcome
Percent of eligible loan for service/loan repayment applicants who
received an award
Output
Annual average federal student loan debt for all students enrolled at
four-year public schools
$5,500
$8,884
$5,500
$5,500
Output
Annual average federal student loan debt for all students enrolled at
two-year public schools
$3,300
$5,162
$3,300
$3,300
Output
Number of lottery success recipients enrolled in or graduated from
college within the ninth semester
3,800
3,102
4,100
4,200
Output
Number of students receiving college affordability awards
3,200
3,486
3,000
3,000
95200
52%
University of New Mexico
9521
UNM Main Campus
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking freshmen completing
an academic program within six years
47%
48.2%
48%
48%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking freshmen retained to
second year
77.8%
77.7%
78.8%
79.2%
Outcome
Amount of external dollars for research and public service, in
millions
$129
$130
$130
$129
Outcome
Percent of enrolled Native American students among all degreeseeking undergraduates as of fall census date
7.1%
10.1%
10.0%
10.0%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students still enrolled
in the third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or have completed a degree (two- or four-year
degree)
76.8%
75.1%
76.8%
77.0%
Output
Output
Output
Total number of baccalaureate degrees
Number of post-baccalaureate degrees awarded
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
3,250
1,500
1,750
3,477
1,448
1,892
3,450
1,525
1,950
3,525
1,525
2,020
Output
Number of degrees awarded using extended services
310
754
700
1,000
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
127
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
9522
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
UNM Gallup Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
42.5%
40.6%
42.0%
42.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
8%
8%
10%
10%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
60%
10%
10%
82.5%
63.5%
11.6%
10.2%
83%
60.0%
11.0%
11.0%
65%
60.0%
12.0%
11.2%
84%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
80%
85.9%
86.0%
86.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
725
146
386
160
Output
Number of students enrolled in the area vocational schools program
400
397
450
400
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
64.5%
57%
65%
65%
9523
UNM Los Alamos Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
59%
65.7%
65.0%
65.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
57%
56.5%
60.0%
60.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Native American students enrolled.
Percent of Native American graduates.
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
48%
7.5%
8%
79%
75.7%
6.0%
8.0%
78.3%
49.0%
7.5%
8.5%
79.5%
75.0%
7.5%
8.0%
79.5%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
69%
91.6%
85.0%
85.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
415
285
415
300
Output
Number of students enrolled in the small business development
center program
350
350
355
355
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
67%
78.8%
80.0%
80.0%
70%
54.2%
65.0%
65.0%
5%
8.5%
10.0%
10.0%
60%
3%
69.0%
3.9%
65.0%
5.0%
65.0%
4.5%
9524
UNM Valencia Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Native Americans enrolled
128
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of Native American graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
3%
75%
2.2%
79.8%
3.0%
80.0%
3.0%
80.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
85%
96.0%
88.0%
88.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
Output
Number of students enrolled in the community services program
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
9525
950
991
1,300
900
2,000
4,355
3,000
3,000
75%
49.1%
70.0%
70.0%
59%
51.6%
59.0%
59.0%
UNM Taos Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
8%
14.5%
20.0%
20.0%
Outcome
Percent of program completers who were placed in jobs in New
Mexico based on unemployment insurance wage data
66%
74%
66%
66%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of males enrolled
Percent of male graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
33%
20%
70%
38.7%
30.1%
77.4%
33.0%
20.0%
80.0%
35.0%
30.0%
80.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
81%
89.8%
81.0%
90.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
275
219
275
220
Output
Number of students enrolled in the concurrent enrollment program
Efficiency
Percent of programs with stable or increasing enrollment
9527
400
914
500
900
55%
66.7%
75.0%
75.0%
UNM Health Sciences Center
Outcome
Increase in external research and public service expenditures, in
millions
$295.1
$318.2
$310.0
$310.0
Outcome
First-attempt pass rates on national medical licensing exam, step
three, board exam
95%
98%
95%
95%
Outcome
Outcome
University of New Mexico hospital inpatient satisfaction rate
Pass rate on national certification licensing exam test by college of
nursing bachelors of science in nursing candidates
83.1%
85%
83.0%
92.3%
83.0%
85.0%
83.0%
90.0%
Output
Number of degrees awarded using extended university courses
Output
Output
Number of post-baccalaureate degrees awarded
Pass rates on national medical licensing exam, step two, board exam,
first attempt
Output
Total number of university of New Mexico hospital clinic visits
Output
Number of autopsies performed each year by the office of the
medical investigator
Output
Output
Number of patient days at Carrie Tingley hospital
Total number of university of New Mexico hospital inpatient
discharges
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
25
72
75
80
308
95%
316
99%
320
95%
320
95%
454,728
510,277
490,000
490,000
2,284
2,401
2,200
2,200
3,898
28,405
4,181
26,593
4,100
27,000
4,100
27,000
129
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Percent of human poisoning exposures treated safely at home after
poison and drug information center contact
Output
Output
University of New Mexico hospital inpatient readmission rate
Number of university of New Mexico cancer research and treatment
center clinical trials
Output
Output
95400
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
72%
66%
68%
68%
4%
190
3.96%
375
4.00%
400
4.00%
400
Pass rate for graduate students on American nurses credentialing
center family nurse practitioner certification exam
95%
100%
95%
95%
First-time pass rate on the north American pharmacist licensure
examination from the college of pharmacy
95%
98%
95%
95%
47%
43%
47%
47%
6,900
78%
6,701
74.3%
6,900
78.0%
6,900
78.0%
New Mexico State University
9541
NMSU Main Campus
Outcome
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen completing
an academic program within six years
Outcome
Outcome
Number of Hispanic undergraduate degree-seeking students
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in
the third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or have completed a degree (two- or four-year)
Outcome
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
650
1,291
1,250
1,300
Outcome
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen retained to
second year
72%
74.2%
73.0%
74.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Total external research expenditures, in millions
Graduate enrollment as a percent of total NMSU Las Cruces
enrollment
Output
Output
Output
Total number of baccalaureate degrees awarded
Number of degree programs offered via distance education
Number of nursing degrees conferred
Quality
Percent of academic departments or programs using the results of
student learning outcomes for improvement
9542
$90
20%
2,400
34
130
2,599
36
122
2,550
37
130
2,650
37
130
75%
75%
80%
80%
NMSU Alamogordo Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
65%
58.6%
65.0%
65.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
14%
8.2%
14.0%
14.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Native American graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
72%
37%
4.0%
79.8%
70.4%
32.7%
1.8%
71.5%
72.0%
37.0%
4.0%
79.8%
72.0%
36.0%
4.0%
79.8%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
93%
92.0%
93.0%
93.0%
130
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
500
435
550
500
Output
Number of students enrolled in the small business development
center program
500
504
600
550
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
78%
63.9%
78%
78%
50%
58.8%
50.0%
54.0%
6%
3.5%
10.0%
10.0%
9543
NMSU Carlsbad Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
80%
45%
42.5%
70%
79.7%
51.1%
44.1%
68.2%
80.0%
50.0%
43.0%
70.0%
80.0%
50.0%
44.0%
70.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
92%
92.7%
90.0%
90.0%
Output
Efficiency
Number of students enrolled in concurrent enrollment
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
900
70%
1,019
77.3%
950
70.0%
1,000
75.0%
9544
NMSU Dona Ana Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
48%
49.1%
52.0%
52.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
15%
12.7%
15.0%
15.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of males enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
77%
45%
62.5%
81%
94.0%
43.7%
67.8%
78.4%
77.0%
45.0%
66.0%
81.0%
77.0%
45.0%
66.0%
81.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico continuing their education in New Mexico
87.0%
94.0%
92.0%
92.0%
Output
Output
Number of students enrolled in the contract training program
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
1,500
5,000
790
2,508
1,500
5,000
1,500
3,500
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
91%
73.1%
91.0%
91.0%
9545
NMSU Grants Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
53%
51.0%
53.0%
53.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
22%
18.3%
22.0%
20.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
74%
77.7%
74.0%
74.0%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
131
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Native American graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
33%
36%
78%
42.5%
32.1%
73.7%
40.0%
36.0%
78.0%
40.0%
36.0%
74.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
88%
92.7%
88.0%
89.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
400
239
400
325
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
78%
51.8%
78.0%
70.0%
95600
New Mexico Highlands University
Outcome
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen retained to
second year
53%
47.2%
53.0%
53.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduating seniors indicating "satisfied" or "very satisfied"
with the university on student satisfaction survey
90%
94.7%
95.0%
95.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of total funds generated by grants and contracts
Number of enrolled Native American students among all degreeseeking undergraduates as of fall census date
25%
170
24.0%
176
25.0%
180
25.0%
180
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students still enrolled
in the third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or have completed a degree (two- or four-year
degree)
58%
54.4%
58.0%
58.0%
Output
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen completing
an academic program within six years
20%
18.4%
20.0%
20.0%
Output
Output
Total number of baccalaureate degrees awarded
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
330
450
433
472
370
480
400
480
Output
Number of students enrolled in extended services
1,300
1,407
1,400
1,400
95800
Western New Mexico University
Outcome
Percent of entering first-time, full-time freshmen who are Native
American
1.5%
2.7%
1.5%
1.5%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in
the third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or have completed a degree (two- or four- year
58%
61.9%
62.0%
63.0%
Outcome
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen retained to
second year
53%
52.3%
55.0%
55.0%
Outcome
External dollars to be used for programs to promote student success,
in millions
$3.0
$1.9
$3.0
$1.9
Outcome
Percent of enrolled Hispanic and Native American students among
all degree-seeking undergraduates as of fall census date
55%
56.9%
55.0%
55.0%
Output
Output
Total number of baccalaureate degrees awarded
Number of courses available through instructional television and
online via the internet
180
515
216
823
200
700
200
700
Output
Output
Percent change of education majors
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
170
159
170
15.0%
170
132
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
Table 5
FY14
Target
Output
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen completing
an academic program within six years
Output
Number of graduates from the school of education
96000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
20%
22.7%
23.0%
23.0%
150
105
150
105
Eastern New Mexico University
9601
ENMU Main Campus
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students still enrolled
in the third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or have completed a degree (two- or four-year
degree)
64%
66.1%
66.5%
65.0%
Outcome
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen retained to
second year
64%
58.1%
62%
64.5%
Outcome
External dollars supporting research and student success, in millions
$6.0
$5.5
$5.5
$5.5
Outcome
Percent of graduating seniors who are "satisfied" or "very satisfied"
with their educational experience
95%
95.0%
95.0%
95.0%
Outcome
Percent of enrolled Hispanic students among all degree-seeking
undergraduates as of fall census date
35%
34.7%
36.0%
37.0%
Output
Percent of first-time, full-time degree-seeking students enrolled
second semester
84%
80.2%
84.0%
84.0%
Output
Output
Output
Total number of baccalaureate degrees awarded
Number of internet-based courses offered
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
630
800
730
638
860
661
650
875
675
675
900
675
Output
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen completing
an academic program within six years
30%
28.8%
30.0%
30.0%
9602
ENMU Roswell Branch
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
50%
56.8%
50.5%
50.7%
Outcome
Percent of students who complete a program within one hundred
fifty percent of time
16%
21.0%
17.0%
17.5%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of males enrolled
Percent of male graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
68.5%
46.9%
55.1%
76.2%
77.2%
49.4%
45.8%
72.5%
68.7%
47.0%
55.2%
76.2%
68.9%
47.1%
55.2%
76.2%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
77%
90.0%
78.0%
80.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the concurrent enrollment program
Output
Number of students enrolled in the distance education program
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
850
1,705
875
1,700
2,600
2,781
3,000
2,800
57.5%
72.9%
60.0%
60.5%
133
Table 5
Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
9603
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
ENMU Ruidoso
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
54%
53.2%
53.0%
53.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
20%
13.6%
20.0%
20.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic student graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
78%
27%
29%
67%
73.2%
30.0%
38.5%
69.9%
78.0%
28.0%
30.0%
68.0%
78.0%
30.0%
30.0%
69.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs or continuing their education in
New Mexico
91%
90.6%
91.0%
91.0%
Output
Output
Output
Number of students enrolled in adult basic education
Number of students enrolled in the contract training program
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
480
875
75%
217
977
42.9%
450
850
75.0%
300
850
75.0%
96200
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Outcome
Percent of enrolled Native American and Hispanic students among
all degree-seeking undergraduates as of fall census date
28%
31.1%
30.0%
30.0%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students still enrolled
in their third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or who have completed a two-year or four-year
degree
58%
75.2%
75.0%
76.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Output
Output
Percent of first-time freshmen retained to sophomore year
External dollars for research and creative activity, in millions
Number of students enrolled in distance education courses
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
72%
$72.0
400
50
76.6%
$64.2
387
60
75.0%
$68.0
400
60
77.0%
$68.5
400
60
Output
Percent of full-time, degree-seeking, first-time freshmen completing
an academic program within six years
45%
44.2%
48.0%
48.0%
Output
Total number of degrees awarded
300
303
310
325
Output
Number of students registered in master of science teaching program
175
173
180
180
96400
Northern New Mexico College
Outcome
Percent of graduating seniors "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with the
college in all survey categories
80%
87.6%
85.0%
85.0%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, degree seeking, first-time freshmen retained to
second year
66.5%
55.0%
66.5%
66.5%
Outcome
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students still enrolled
in their third semester who are still enrolled two fall semesters later
(semester seven) or have completed a two-year or four-year degree
30%
29.0%
30.0%
35.0%
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Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of enrolled Native American and Hispanic students among
all degree-seeking undergraduates as of fall census date
80%
80.0%
80.0%
85.0%
Outcome
Output
Percent of total funds generated by grants and contracts
Number of courses available through instructional television and
online
39%
230
46.0%
135
40.0%
230
40.0%
150
Output
Output
Number of students enrolled in extended services courses
Number of undergraduate transfer students from two-year colleges
150
105
134
107
150
105
150
105
Output
Percent of first-time, full-time freshmen completing an academic
program within six years
25%
50%
25%
40%
Output
Total number of baccalaureate degrees awarded
55
71
70
70
96600
Santa Fe Community College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
58%
58.8%
58.0%
60.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
11%
8.1%
11.0%
11.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
75%
42%
44%
79.5%
77.7%
42.8%
42.8%
76.9%
75.0%
42.0%
44.0%
79.0%
78.0%
45.0%
45.0%
79.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
85%
92.2%
90.0%
93.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
2,100
1,595
2,200
1,900
Output
Efficiency
Number of students enrolled in the contract training program
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
2,500
77%
2,707
66.9%
3,350
77.0%
3,000
70.0%
96800
Central New Mexico Community College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
54.5%
53.3%
56.0%
54.5%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
11.0%
9.7%
11.0%
11.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
82.0%
42.0%
42.0%
82.5%
77.0%
44.3%
42.4%
81.7%
82.0%
44.0%
42.0%
83.0%
82.0%
43.2%
42.0%
83.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
93.0%
94.0%
93.3%
94.0%
Output
Output
Number of students enrolled in distance education program
Number of students enrolled in concurrent enrollment program
12,200
2,150
16,769
3,717
15,000
3,000
16,000
3,000
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
85.0%
72.6%
85.0%
85.0%
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FY14
Target
97000
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Luna Community College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
65.0%
74.2%
70.0%
70.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
25.0%
19.9%
20.0%
20.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of white students enrolled
Percent of male graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
80.0%
18.0%
20.0%
75.0%
77.1%
19.2%
13.8%
67.6%
80.0%
17.0%
15.0%
70.0%
80.0%
18.0%
20.0%
70.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
97.0%
94.4%
95.0%
95.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the health education center
program
4,000
1,434
3,600
3,000
Output
Number of students enrolled in the small business development
center program
250
163
250
250
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
65.0%
40.3%
60.0%
60.0%
97200
Mesalands Community College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
53.5%
46.3%
53.5%
50.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
25.0%
46.7%
45.0%
45.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
36.0%
36.5%
42.0%
35.5%
36.0%
36.0%
40.0%
36.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of female graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
31.5%
70.0%
39.1%
58.4%
35.0%
70.0%
37.0%
70.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
82.6%
75.8%
82.0%
82.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the adult basic education program
200
154
400
180
Output
Number of students enrolled in the small business development
center program
100
233
200
240
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
80.0%
31.6%
50.0%
65.0%
97400
New Mexico Junior College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
65.0%
63.9%
68.0%
65.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
33.0%
13.3%
33.0%
33.0%
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Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
75.0%
43.0%
45.0%
75.0%
77.4%
43.1%
36.9%
83.8%
75.0%
45.0%
40.0%
80.0%
75.0%
45.0%
45.0%
80.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
85.0%
88.3%
85.0%
85.0%
Output
Output
Number of students enrolled in contract training
Number of student credit hours completed through distance
education program
4,000
22,500
4,336
17,319
4,000
22,000
5,000
20,000
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
83%
100%
85%
90%
97600
San Juan College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
62.0%
57.8%
60.0%
60.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
14.0%
13.8%
15.0%
15.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Native Americans enrolled
Percent of Native American graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
71.0%
30.0%
29.0%
83.0%
80.7%
32.4%
28.5%
79.0%
72.0%
30.0%
30.0%
83.0%
75.0%
32.0%
30.0%
83.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
86.0%
90.3%
87.0%
88.0%
Output
Number of students enrolled in the community services program
2,100
2,305
1,750
2,000
Output
Efficiency
Number of students enrolled in the service learning program
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
825
73.0%
922
67.7%
1,200
70.0%
1,200
70.0%
97700
Clovis Community College
Outcome
Percent of new students taking nine or more credit hours successful
after three years
65.0%
55.3%
55.0%
55.0%
Outcome
Percent of a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree- or certificateseeking community college students who complete the program
within one hundred fifty percent of normal time to completion
14.0%
7.4%
14.0%
14.0%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs in New Mexico
Percent of Hispanic students enrolled
Percent of Hispanic graduates
Percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students enrolled in a
given fall term who persist to the following spring term
72.0%
30.0%
30.0%
74.0%
78.0%
29.2%
30.7%
71.8%
75.0%
30.0%
32.0%
74.0%
75.0%
30.0%
32.0%
74.0%
Outcome
Percent of graduates placed in jobs and continuing their education
in New Mexico
87.0%
90.9%
87.0%
90.0%
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Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Output
Number of students enrolled in the distance education program
Output
Number of students enrolled in the concurrent enrollment program
Efficiency
Percent of programs having stable or increasing enrollments
97800
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
3,500
2,838
3,500
600
528
550
3,100
550
75.0%
81.7%
75.0%
75.0%
New Mexico Military Institute
Outcome
American college testing composite scores for graduating high school
seniors
22
22.8
22.0
22.0
Outcome
Collegiate assessment of academic proficiency reading scores for
graduating college sophomores
60
59.4
60.0
60.0
Outcome
Collegiate assessment of academic proficiency mathematics scores
for graduating college sophomores
59
57.8
59.0
59.0
Output
Efficiency
Efficiency
Percent of full-time-equivalent capacity enrolled each fall term
Percent of legislative scholarships (Knowles) awarded
Total annual cost of attendance
96%
100%
$10,800
96%
90%
$11,411
96%
95%
$11,406
96%
95%
$11,406
5
5
40
40
97900
New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Outcome
Number of national conversations related to educational innovative
practices and programs in which staff participate
Outcome
Number of school districts that have established a memorandum of
understanding requesting mentorship support services for visually
impaired professionals entering the field
Outcome
Increase in enrollment on residential campus
10%
10%
Output
Number of New Mexico teachers who complete a personnel
preparation program to become a teacher of the visually impaired
10%
10%
Quality
Number of school districts (over baseline year) that use the school's
internet database to follow visually impaired students
5
10
98000
37
9
New Mexico School for the Deaf
Outcome
Percent of students in kindergarten through twelfth grade
demonstrating academic improvement across curriculum domains
75%
85%
80%
87%
Outcome
Percent of students in grades three to twelve who are significantly
cognitively delayed demonstrating sufficient growth across curricular
domains
100%
100%
100%
100%
Outcome
Rate of transition to postsecondary education, vocational-technical
training schools, junior colleges, work training or employment for
graduates based on a three-year rolling average
100%
92%
100%
100%
Outcome
Percent of students in grades three to twelve who are late language
learners who demonstrate significant gains in language and
communication as demonstrated by pre- and post-test results
80%
70%
80%
80%
Outcome
Percent of parents satisfied with educational services from the center
for educational consultation and training (statewide outreach)
90%
80%
90%
90%
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Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Outcome
Percent of parents with children receiving outreach services
indicating ability to make informed decisions about educational
options and programs
90%
70%
90%
90%
Outcome
Percent of individualized education program meetings that address
special factors of language and communication
90%
100%
90%
95%
99300
Public School Support
Outcome
Percent of fourth-grade students who achieve proficiency or above
on the standards-based assessment in reading
52%
43.8%
52%
50%
Outcome
Percent of fourth-grade students who achieve proficiency or above
on the standards-based assessment in mathematics
50%
42.7%
50%
50%
Outcome
Percent of eighth-grade students who achieve proficiency or above
on the standards-based assessment in reading
60%
58.7%
63%
60%
Outcome
Percent of eighth-grade students who achieve proficiency or above
on the standards-based assessment in mathematics
50%
40.0%
50%
50%
Outcome
Percent of fourth-grade charter school students who achieve
proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in reading
58%
51.2%
52%
50%
Outcome
Percent of fourth-grade charter school students who achieve
proficiency or above on the standards-based assessments in
mathematics
50%
47.2%
50%
48%
Outcome
Percent of eighth-grade charter school students who achieve
proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in reading
67%
70%
75%
75%
Outcome
Percent of eighth-grade charter school students who achieve
proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in
mathematics
63%
46.39%
63%
63%
Outcome
Percent of third-grade students who achieve proficiency or above on
standard-based assessments in reading
60%
51.8%
65%
60%
Outcome
Percent of third-grade students who achieve proficiency or above on
standard-based assessments in mathematics
60%
49.4%
60%
60%
Outcome
Percent of third-grade charter school students who achieve
proficiency or above on standard-based assessments in mathematics
65%
53.8%
65%
55%
Outcome
Percent of economically disadvantaged eighth-grade students who
achieve proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in
mathematics
35%
32.5%
35%
35%
Outcome
Percent of recent New Mexico high school graduates who take
remedial courses in higher education at two-year and four-year
schools
40%
48.4%
<40%
<45%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of high school students habitually truant
Percent of middle school students habitually truant
Percent of students in kindergarten-three-plus meeting benchmark
on early reading skills for phonological awareness
<12%
<10%
85%
21.47%
20.07%
67%
<12%
<10%
85%
<12%
<10%
75%
Outcome
Percent of dollars budgeted by districts with 750 members or greater
for instructional support, budget categories 1000, 2100 and 2200
75%
-.24%
75%
75%
Outcome
Percent of dollars budgeted by charter schools for instructional
support, budget categories 1000, 2100 and 2200
65.24%
.70%
66%
66%
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Performance Measures Summary and Evaluation
FY14
Target
Outcome
Percent of students in second and third grade meeting benchmark
for reading fluency
Outcome
Percent of dollars budgeted by districts with fewer than 750 members
for direct classroom instruction, budget category 1000
Outcome
Percent of students in fourth through tenth grade achieving
proficiency on short-cycle assessments
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of elementary public school students habitually truant
Percent of dollars budgeted by districts with fewer than 750 members
for instructional support, budget categories 1,000, 2,100 and 2,200
<5%
65%
Outcome
Percent of third-grade charter school students who achieve
proficiency or above on standard-based assessments in reading
Outcome
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
58%
58%
55%
55%
50%
50%
11.3%
-.51%
<5%
65%
<5%
65%
65%
56.6%
65%
65%
Percent of general fund nonstate equalization guarantee
distributions appropriations reverting at the end of the fiscal year
<1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
Outcome
Percent of economically disadvantaged fourth-grade students who
achieve proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in
mathematics
38%
35.3%
38%
38%
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Percent of public schools rated A and B
Percent of charter schools rated A and B
Percent of schools increasing their letter rating by one or more letter
grade
30%
40%
10%
TBD
TBD
26.4%
38%
60%
55%
30%
40%
10%
Outcome
Percent of charter schools increasing their letter rating by one or
more letter grade
10%
14.3%
65%
10%
Outcome
Percent of schools decreasing their letter rating by one or more letter
grade
5%
28.7%
15%
5%
Outcome
Percent of charter schools decreasing their letter rating by one or
more letter grade
5%
40.8%
15%
5%
Outcome
Number of schools identified as reward schools pursuant to the
Elementary and Secondary Education Act
50
TBD
40
40
Outcome
Number of schools identified as priority or focus schools pursuant
to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
80
TBD
80
94
Outcome
Percent of economically disadvantaged fourth-grade students who
achieve proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in
reading
45%
35.8%
45%
43%
Outcome
Percent of economically disadvantaged eighth-grade students who
achieve proficiency or above on the standards-based assessment in
reading
48%
51.8%
48%
48%
Outcome
Change in percent of students on benchmark at the beginning of
year to end of year in kindergarten through third grade
15%
13.25%
Outcome
Percent change in proficiency rates from prior year on the standardsbased assessment in mathematics for fourth, eighth and eleventh
grades at schools receiving state grant funding for interventions in D
and F schools
5%
3.8%
Output
Percent of innovative digital education and learning New Mexico
courses completed by New Mexico school-age students
80%
80%
Output
Number of innovative digital education and learning New Mexico
courses completed by New Mexico school-age students
140
54.54%
2,200
1,921
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Table 5
FY14
Target
FY14
FY15
FY16
Result
Target
Recomm
_______________________
Output
Percent of students in grades four through ten participating in shortcycle assessments in reading or math
90%
81.21%
Quality
Annual percent of core academic subjects taught by highly qualified
teachers, kindergarten through twelfth grade
100%
98.6%
100%
100%
Quality
Annual percent of core academic subjects taught by highly qualified
teachers in high-poverty schools, kindergarten through twelfth grade
100%
98.8%
100%
100%
Quality
Annual percent of core academic subjects taught by highly effective
teachers in high-poverty schools, kindergarten through twelfth grade
100%
98.8%
100%
100%
Quality
Current year's cohort graduation rate using four-year cumulative
method
75%
70.3%
Quality
Current year's cohort graduation rate using five-year cumulative
method
75%
74.0%
Quality
Current five-year cohort graduation rate using shared accountability
75%
74.0%
80%
75%
Quality
Current four-year cohort graduation rate using shared
accountability
75%
70.3%
75%
75%
Quality
Annual percent of core academic subjects taught by highly effective
teachers, kindergarten through twelfth grade
100%
98.6%
100%
100%
Explanatory
Percent of Indian policies and procedures entered between tribes
and pueblos and respective school districts
Explanatory
Number of students in dual-credit programs within New Mexico
public high schools and postsecondary institutions
15,000
15,304
15,000
15,000
Explanatory
Number of dual-credit courses students enroll in within New Mexico
public high schools and postsecondary institutions
10,000
10,068
10,000
10,000
Explanatory
Number of American-Indian-language teachers certified to teach
Native American languages in the public schools
125
126
125
125
Explanatory
Percent of American Indian students participating in Native
American language classes taught in public schools
90%
91%
90%
90%
Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget Recommendation
80%
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APPENDIX A
REVENUE FORECAST
GENERAL FUND FINANCIAL SUMMARY
FIVE-YEAR GENERAL FUND
CONSENSUS REVENUE ESTIMATES
General Fund Financial Summary
A1-1
General Fund Financial Summary
A1-2
GENERAL FUND CONSENSUS REVENUE OUTLOOK
December 2014
New Mexico's General Fund operating budget is based on a revenue forecast prepared by
economists from the legislative and executive branches. This "consensus group" bases their
revenue estimates on forecasts of the U.S. economy by IHS Global Insight and Moody’s
Analytics in combination with forecasts of the New Mexico economy provided by the University
of New Mexico's Bureau of Business and Economic Research and Moody’s Analytics. These
data are supplemented with information provided by state agencies, the Congressional Budget
Office, and other national data sources. Detailed information on the production of crude oil and
natural gas are derived from the State's ONGARD reporting system. In addition to publicly
available forecasts of energy markets from the U.S. Energy Information Administration and
others, the consensus group also consults proprietary forecasts prepared by Moody’s Analytics
and IHS Global Insight.
Trends in the U.S. Economy
After falling in the first quarter of 2014, U.S. gross domestic product grew by more than
4 percent in each of the second and third quarters of the year, the fastest rate of growth since the
great recession began in 2008. Consumer confidence has been buoyed by strong job gains, low
interest rates and increasing household wealth due to a strong stock market and home price
improvement. “Fiscal drag” from federal spending cuts and tax increases has diminished, and
weakness in some international economies has not caused a slowdown in the U.S. Falling
energy prices will provide a further boost to consumers, and, by holding down inflationary
pressures, will enable the Federal Reserve to maintain low interest rates for a longer period,
providing a substantial additional boost to the economy.
New Mexico Economy
Growth of the New Mexico economy accelerated dramatically in the latter half of 2014 as
the state finally put behind the effects of reduced federal spending at the national research
laboratories and other federal installations. The State’s crude oil producing businesses were a
source of strength as oil production rose sharply. In addition, the tourism and hospitality sector
Economic Indicators
has grown significantly. As of November 2014, total annual job growth in the state was over
14,000, a 1.7 percent growth rate that is near the long-term average. Job and wage growth are
expected to continue to accelerate in 2015 as the recovery spreads to the construction and
services sectors.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, N.M. Department of Workforce Solutions
Crude Oil and Natural Gas Outlook
Oil and gas production-related revenues increased by almost 25 percent in FY14,
providing almost $1.2 billion or 19 percent of recurring General Fund revenue. These revenues
are expected to decrease by about 10 percent in FY15 and another 5 percent in FY16. Sharply
growing supply in the U.S. and Canada, combined with slowing growth in foreign economies,
has caused oil prices to decrease by almost 50 percent over the last six months. The consensus
group outlook anticipates that oil and gas prices will rebound in the coming year. This is also the
perspective of the U.S. Energy Information Administration, and is reflected in trading in the energy
futures market. Lower prices are self-correcting in two ways, they discourage drilling for new supplies
and they encourage more energy consumption. Drilling activity has already declined significantly over
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the last two months. Production from shale formations, a major component of recently-increased U.S.
supplies, is known to decline rapidly after the first year of production. Thus, the supply decrease in
response to lower prices is likely to be more rapid that that seen in previous boom and bust cycles. Most
analysts expect these tendencies to play out in the coming months with the result that prices will rebound
by the end of FY16. This pattern is also consistent with historical experience. After reaching a low of
$39 per barrel in February of 2009, prices for West Texas Intermediate doubled to almost $80 per barrel
by November 2009.
New Mexico Oil and Gas Outlook
FY14
FY15
FY16
$95.14
$71.00
$66.00
113
122
127
Price ($ per thousand cubic feet)
$5.13
$4.90
$4.90
Production (billion cubic feet)
1,187
1,181
1,150
Crude Oil:
Price ($ per barrel)
Production (million barrels)
Natural Gas:
Source: Consensus Revenue Estimating Group.
General Fund Revenue Outlook: (Table 1)
Largely due to rising oil and gas revenue, total General Fund recurring revenue grew by a
healthy 5.8 percent in FY14, exceeding for the first time that previous peak reached in FY08.
Because of the recent reversal of oil and gas prices, total revenue growth will decrease to 1.3
percent in FY15 before rebounding by 2.8 percent in FY16. Revenue from Permanent Fund
distributions will be a bright spot, growing by over $100 million annually between FY14 and
FY16. The Permanent Funds have benefitted from strong stock market performance as well as
higher contributions from oil production. Growth of 5 percent per year is forecast for the Gross
Receipts Tax, the state’s version of a broad-based sales tax, while income taxes are projected to
experience modest growth of about 3.5 percent annually through FY16.
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General Fund Recurring Revenue
$8,000
$7,000
15%
10%
Millions
$6,000
5%
$5,000
$4,000
0%
$3,000
‐5%
$2,000
‐10%
$1,000
$0
‐15%
FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19
Recurring Revenue (left axis)
Percent Annual Change (right axis)
Source: DFA Files
Major reforms were made to the corporate income tax during the 2013 legislative session
that will phase in over the next several years. These changes will reduce corporate tax rates and
allow single sales factor income apportionment for manufacturers. Although the current “static”
estimates show the changes reducing revenue growth slightly between FY17 and FY21, the
measures are likely to encourage new business investment and economic growth, with positive
effects on state revenues. In addition, the 2013 changes will gradually increase General Fund
revenue as “hold harmless” payments to local governments are gradually phased out beginning
in FY16.
General Fund Reserves: (Table 2)
General Fund reserves were a healthy 10.8 percent of recurring appropriations at the end
of FY14. This figure includes accounting adjustments totaling $174 million related to
unreconciled cash balances from prior fiscal years and $46 million of contingent liabilities for
special education maintenance of effort funding from prior years. Preserving an adequate
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reserve level is a critical challenge for New Mexico because New Mexico’s General Fund
revenues are significantly more volatile than are those of most other states.
Risks to the Forecast
This year’s General Fund revenue outlook is subject to greater-than-usual uncertainty due to the
recent volatility of oil and natural gas prices. Most of the decline of prices was incorporated in the
consensus revenue outlook prepared in December. However, both oil and gas prices have fallen further
since that outlook was prepared. As noted above, lower prices tend to create supply and demand
responses that result in a price rebound. Although the timing of the rebound is difficult to predict, the
likelihood is that prices will respond before the end of FY16.
Another factor mitigating the impact of falling oil prices on General Fund revenue is the
additional revenue generated by increased consumer spending on goods and services due to savings
realized at the gasoline pump. At current price levels, New Mexico households are saving roughly $1
billion per year, or about $1,400 per household. Some of this windfall will be used for savings or
reducing debts, but the majority is likely to be spent on goods and services subject to the Gross Receipts
Tax, lifting General Fund and local government revenues.
In addition to energy price uncertainty, other factors that could affect the revenue outlook
include a pending decision from the New Mexico Supreme Court under which the State faces a
potential $20 million recurring reduction in Gross Receipts Tax revenue due to an appellate court
decision in Eunice v. New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department. Moreover, the General
Fund continues to face risks related to protests from jobs credit claim denials.
Positive risks to the forecast include stronger than expected general sales and income tax
revenues in the first half FY15. Payroll withholding increased 12.7 percent through October
compared to the same period last year, while general sales grew 12.9 percent in the same period.
These trends are consistent with recent evidence of a stronger rebound in the jobs market than
previously expected. Finally, the General Fund could gain up to $20 million in Tribal Revenue
Share receipts if the 2001 Tribal Gaming Compacts, currently set to expire at the end of FY15,
are extended.
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As has been the practice in the past, the consensus revenue estimating group will be
asked to review the revenue outlook before the budget receives final approval in the House of
Representatives. This review will provide the most current and objective analysis of revenues to
serve as the basis for developing the State’s budget.
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A2-2
General Fund Consensus Revenue Estimate
General Fund Consensus Revenue Estimate
A2-1
APPENDIX B
DEBT AFFORDABILITY
BOND CAPACITY: SOURCES AND USES
STATEMENT OF LONG-TERM BONDED DEBT
Sources and Uses of Funds
Bonding Capacity Available for Authorization
December 2014 Estimate
Sources of Funds (millions)
General Obligation Bonds
Severance Tax Bonds
Severance Tax Notes*
Subtotal Senior STBs
Supplemental Severance Tax Bonds
Supplemental Severance Tax Notes
Subtotal Supplemental STBs
Total Sources of Funds
FY15 FY16
FY17
FY18 FY19
187.3
187.3
191.8 191.8 191.8 191.8 191.8
128.2
92.7
67.1
71.4
72.2
320.0 284.5 258.9 263.2 264.0
182.9 188.1 190.9 201.9 210.2
182.9 188.1 190.9 201.9 210.2
$502.9 $659.9 $449.8 $652.5 $474.2
Five-Year
374.6
959.0
431.8
1,390.8
974.0
974.0
$2,739.3
Uses of Funds (millions)
GOB Projects Approved by Referendum
Authorized but Unissued STB Projects*
10% Water Projects
5% Colonias Projects
5% Tribal Projects
New Senior STB Statewide Capital Projects
Education Capital
Total Uses of Funds
FY15 FY16
FY17
FY18 FY19
187.3
187.3
25.2
32.0
28.5
25.9
26.3
26.4
16.0
14.2
12.9
13.2
13.2
16.0
14.2
12.9
13.2
13.2
230.8 227.6 207.2 210.6 211.2
182.9 188.1 190.9 201.9 210.2
$502.9 $659.9 $449.8 $652.5 $474.2
Five-Year
374.6
25.2
139.1
69.5
69.5
1,087.4
974.0
$2,739.3
*Severance Tax Note capacity in Fiscal Year 2015 is reduced by $4.98 million. Severance Tax Notes were overissued in
Fiscal Year 2014 by $4.98 million due to an accounting oversight related to debt service on Severance Tax Note 2013S-C.
**Includes projects authorized in Laws 2012, 2013 and 2014 that have not yet met requirements for project funding.
Bond Capacity: Sources and Uses
B1
STATE OF NEW MEXICO
LONG TERM OUTSTANDING DEBT
December 31, 2014
General Obligation Bonds
Capital Improvement Bond Series
2005
Capital Improvement Bond Series
2007
Capital Improvement Bond Series
2009
Capital Improvement Bond Series
2011
Capital Improvement Bond Series
2013
(1)
Maturity
2015
2017
2019
2021
2023
Total Principal
13,800,000
47,565,000
112,050,000
13,530,000
124,325,000
$311,270,000
Severance Tax Bonds
Severance Tax Bond
Severance Tax Bond
Severance Tax Bond Refunding
Severance Tax Bond Refunding
Severance Tax Bond
Severance Tax Bond Refunding
Severance Tax Bond
Severance Tax Bond
Severance Tax Bond
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
2009
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
2013
2014
A
A
C
D
A-1
A-2
A
A
A
2019
2020
2015
2017
2021
2018
2022
2023
2024
84,365,000
86,170,000
9,915,000
73,805,000
38,215,000
61,905,000
53,840,000
145,575,000
143,770,000
$697,560,000
Supplemental Severance Tax Bonds
Supplemental Severance Tax Bond Series
2010
B
2020
62,520,000
$62,520,000
Highway Bonds
Highway Senior Bond
Highway Senior Subordinate Bond
Highway Senior Subordinate Bond
Highway Subordinate Bond Refunding
Highway Subordinate Bond Refunding
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
Subordinate Bond (indexed Notes) Series
Subordinate Bond (indexed Notes) Series
Subordinate Bond (indexed Notes) Series
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
State Transportation HIF Revenue Bonds
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
State Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
2004
2006
2006
2008
2008
2009
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
2012
2014
2014
2014
A
A
B
A-1
B-1
A
A-1
A-2
B
A-1
A-2
A-3
A
B-1
B-2
61,255,000
11,305,000
2,935,000
35,200,000
100,000,000
15,080,000
33,760,000
63,255,000
444,800,000
80,000,000
120,000,000
84,800,000
217,455,000
70,110,000
61,380,000
18,025,000
$1,419,360,000
Educational Institution Bonds (2)
New Mexico State University
University of New Mexico
Eastern New Mexico University
New Mexico Highlands University
Western New Mexico University
ENMU - Roswell Branch
NMSU - Alamogordo Branch
NMSU - Dona Ana Branch
UNM - Gallup Branch
UNM - Valencia Branch
Central New Mexico Community College
Mesalands Community College
Clovis Community College
San Juan College
New Mexico Junior College
Santa Fe Community College
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
New Mexico Military Institute
Northern New Mexico College
ENMU - Ruidoso Branch
Luna Community College
UNM - Los Alamos
UNM - Taos
NMSU - Calsbad
NMSU - Grants
New Mexico School for the Deaf
New Mexico school for the Blind and Vision Impair
136,190,000
573,098,820
33,965,000
30,915,000
2,665,000
775,000
3,580,000
13,810,000
60,385,000
152,686
1,215,000
14,059,863
33,055,000
12,525,000
12,915,000
1,625,000
-
$930,931,368
NOTES:
1. General Long-Term Debt does not include lease-purchase agreements, capital leases, and bonds issued by
third parties, such as the New Mexico Finance Authority.
2. The above list includes everything received via survey as of this date and does not necessarily include ALL
outstanding debt.
Sources: New Mexico State Board of Finance, New Mexico Department of Transportation, and New Mexico
Higher Education Department Survey.
Statement of Long-Term Bonded Debt
B2
INDEX OF OPERATING BUDGETS: GENERAL FUND
Administrative Office of the Courts (21800) ....................................................................................... 19
Administrative Office of the District Attorneys (26400) ................................................................... 20
Aging and Long-Term Services Department (62400) ......................................................................... 23
Attorney General (30500) ...................................................................................................................... 20
Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court (24400) .................................................................................... 19
Board of Examiners for Architects (40400) ......................................................................................... 21
Board of Nursing (44900) ....................................................................................................................... 21
Board of Veterinary Medicine (47900) .................................................................................................. 22
Border Authority (41700) ........................................................................................................................ 21
Children, Youth and Families Department (69000) ............................................................................ 24
Commission for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons (60400) .......................................................... 22
Commission for the Blind (60600) ........................................................................................................ 22
Commissioner of Public Lands (53900)................................................................................................ 22
Corrections Department (77000) ........................................................................................................... 24
Cultural Affairs Department (50500) .................................................................................................... 22
Crime Victims Reparation Commission (78000) ................................................................................. 24
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission (49000) ............................................................... 22
Department of Environment (66700) ................................................................................................... 23
Department of Finance and Administration (34100) ........................................................................ 20
Department of Game and Fish (51600) ................................................................................................ 22
Department of Health (66500) ............................................................................................................... 23
Department of Information Technology (36100) .............................................................................. 21
Department of Military Affairs (70500) ................................................................................................ 24
Department of Public Safety (79000) .................................................................................................... 24
Department of Transportation (80500) ................................................................................................ 24
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (647000) ..................................................................... 23
District Attorneys (25100 –26300 & 26500) ..................................................................................19, 20
District Courts (23100-24300) ................................................................................................................ 19
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (64400) .................................................................................... 23
Economic Development Department (41900) .................................................................................... 21
Educational Retirement Board (35200) ............................................................................................... 20
Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (52100) ........................................................ 22
Gaming Control Board (46500) ............................................................................................................. 21
General Services Department (35000) ................................................................................................. 20
Governor (35600)..................................................................................................................................... 21
Governor’s Commission on Disability (64500) ................................................................................... 23
Higher Education Department (95000) ................................................................................................ 24
Higher Education Summary (95200-97800) ...................................................................................24, 25
Homeland Security and Emergency Management (79500) ................................................................ 24
Human Services Department (63000) ................................................................................................... 23
Indian Affairs Department (60900) ....................................................................................................... 22
Intertribal Ceremonial Office (53800)................................................................................................... 22
Juvenile Parole Board (76500) ................................................................................................................ 24
Legislative Branch (11100-13100) ......................................................................................................... 19
Lieutenant Governor (36000) ................................................................................................................ 21
Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission (60500) ...................................................................................... 22
Medical Board (44600) ............................................................................................................................ 21
Miners’ Hospital of New Mexico (66200) ............................................................................................ 23
New Mexico Livestock Board (50800).................................................................................................. 22
New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (97900) ................................................... 25
New Mexico School for the Deaf (98000) ........................................................................................... 25
New Mexico Sentencing Commission (35400) ................................................................................... 20
New Mexico State Fair (46000) .............................................................................................................. 22
Office of African American Affairs (60300) ........................................................................................ 22
Office of Military Base Planning (49100) ............................................................................................. 22
Office of the Natural Resources Trustee (66800) ............................................................................... 23
Office of the Superintendent of Insurance (44000) ............................................................................ 21
Parole Board (76000) ............................................................................................................................... 24
Personnel Board (37800) ......................................................................................................................... 21
Public Defender Department (35500) .................................................................................................. 20
Public Education Department (92400) ................................................................................................. 24
Public Employees Labor Relations Board (37900).............................................................................. 21
Public Employees Retirement Association (36600) ............................................................................ 21
Public Regulation Commission (43000) ................................................................................................ 21
Public School Facilities Authority (94000) ........................................................................................... 24
Public School Insurance Authority (34200) ....................................................................................... 20
Public School Support (99300)............................................................................................................... 25
Regional Education Cooperatives (93000) ........................................................................................... 24
Regulation and Licensing Department (42000) ................................................................................... 21
Retiree Health Care Authority (34300) ................................................................................................ 20
Secretary of State (37000)........................................................................................................................ 21
Spaceport Authority (49500) .................................................................................................................. 22
State Auditor (30800) .............................................................................................................................. 20
State Board of Licensure for Engineers and Land Surveyors (46400) ............................................. 21
State Commission of Public Records (36900)...................................................................................... 21
State Courts and Other Judicial Agencies (20500-21600 and 21900) ............................................... 19
State Engineer (55000) ............................................................................................................................ 22
State Investment Council (33700) ......................................................................................................... 20
State Racing Commission (46900) ......................................................................................................... 22
State Treasurer (39400)............................................................................................................................ 21
Taxation and Revenue Department (33300) ....................................................................................... 20
Tourism Department (41800)................................................................................................................. 21
Veterans’ Service Department (67000) ................................................................................................. 23
Workforce Solutions Department (63100) ........................................................................................... 23
Workers’ Compensation Administration (63200)................................................................................ 23
Youth Conservation Corps (52200) ...................................................................................................... 22
INDEX OF OPERATING BUDGETS: TOTAL FUNDS
Administrative Office of the Courts (21800) ....................................................................................... 26
Administrative Office of the District Attorneys (26400) ................................................................... 27
Aging and Long-Term Services Department (62400) ......................................................................... 30
Attorney General (30500) ...................................................................................................................... 27
Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court (24400) .................................................................................... 26
Board of Examiners for Architects (40400) ......................................................................................... 29
Board of Nursing (44900) ....................................................................................................................... 28
Board of Veterinary Medicine (47900) .................................................................................................. 29
Border Authority (41700) ........................................................................................................................ 28
Children, Youth and Families Department (69000) ............................................................................ 31
Commission for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons (60400) .......................................................... 29
Commission for the Blind (60600) ........................................................................................................ 29
Commissioner of Public Lands (53900)................................................................................................ 29
Corrections Department (77000) ........................................................................................................... 31
Cultural Affairs Department (50500) .................................................................................................... 29
Crime Victims Reparation Commission (78000) ................................................................................. 31
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission (49000) ............................................................... 29
Department of Environment (66700) ................................................................................................... 30
Department of Finance and Administration (34100) ........................................................................ 27
Department of Game and Fish (51600) ................................................................................................ 29
Department of Health (66500) ............................................................................................................... 29
Department of Information Technology (36100) .............................................................................. 28
Department of Military Affairs (70500) ................................................................................................ 31
Department of Public Safety (79000) .................................................................................................... 31
Department of Transportation (80500) ................................................................................................ 31
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (647000) ..................................................................... 30
District Attorneys (25100 –26300 & 26500) ..................................................................................26, 27
District Courts (23100-24300) ................................................................................................................ 26
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (64400) .................................................................................... 30
Economic Development Department (41900) .................................................................................... 28
Educational Retirement Board (35200) ............................................................................................... 27
Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (52100) ........................................................ 29
Gaming Control Board (46500) ............................................................................................................. 28
General Services Department (35000) ................................................................................................. 27
Governor (35600)..................................................................................................................................... 28
Governor’s Commission on Disability (64500) ................................................................................... 30
Higher Education Department (95000) ................................................................................................ 31
Higher Education Summary (95200-97800) ...................................................................................31, 32
Homeland Security and Emergency Management (79500) ................................................................ 31
Human Services Department (63000) ................................................................................................... 30
Indian Affairs Department (60900) ....................................................................................................... 29
Intertribal Ceremonial Office (53800)................................................................................................... 29
Juvenile Parole Board (76500) ................................................................................................................ 31
Legislative Branch (11100-13100) ......................................................................................................... 26
Lieutenant Governor (36000) ................................................................................................................ 28
Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission (60500) ...................................................................................... 29
Medical Board (44600) ............................................................................................................................ 28
Miners’ Hospital of New Mexico (66200) ............................................................................................ 30
New Mexico Livestock Board (50800).................................................................................................. 29
New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (97900) ................................................... 32
New Mexico School for the Deaf (98000) ........................................................................................... 32
New Mexico Sentencing Commission (35400) ................................................................................... 27
New Mexico State Fair (46000) .............................................................................................................. 28
Office of African American Affairs (60300) ........................................................................................ 29
Office of Military Base Planning (49100) ............................................................................................. 29
Office of the Natural Resources Trustee (66800) ............................................................................... 30
Office of the Superintendent of Insurance (44000) ............................................................................ 28
Parole Board (76000) ............................................................................................................................... 31
Personnel Board (37800) ......................................................................................................................... 28
Public Defender Department (35500) .................................................................................................. 27
Public Education Department (92400) ................................................................................................. 31
Public Employees Labor Relations Board (37900).............................................................................. 28
Public Employees Retirement Association (36600) ............................................................................ 28
Public Regulation Commission (43000) ................................................................................................ 28
Public School Facilities Authority (94000) ........................................................................................... 31
Public School Insurance Authority (34200) ....................................................................................... 27
Public School Support (99300)............................................................................................................... 32
Regional Education Cooperatives (93000) ........................................................................................... 31
Regulation and Licensing Department (42000) ................................................................................... 28
Retiree Health Care Authority (34300) ................................................................................................ 27
Secretary of State (37000)........................................................................................................................ 28
Spaceport Authority (49500) .................................................................................................................. 29
State Auditor (30800) .............................................................................................................................. 27
State Board of Licensure for Engineers and Land Surveyors (46400) ............................................. 28
State Commission of Public Records (36900)...................................................................................... 28
State Courts and Other Judicial Agencies (20500-21600 and 21900) ............................................... 26
State Engineer (55000) ............................................................................................................................ 29
State Investment Council (33700) ......................................................................................................... 27
State Racing Commission (46900) ......................................................................................................... 29
State Treasurer (39400)............................................................................................................................ 27
Taxation and Revenue Department (33300) ....................................................................................... 28
Tourism Department (41800)................................................................................................................. 28
Veterans’ Service Department (67000) ................................................................................................. 30
Workforce Solutions Department (63100) ........................................................................................... 30
Workers’ Compensation Administration (63200)................................................................................ 30
Youth Conservation Corps (52200) ...................................................................................................... 29
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