New Mexico Secretary of Workforce Solutions
|New Mexico Secretary of Workforce Solutions|
|Office website:||Official Link|
|2012 FY Budget:||$54,877,300|
|Length of term:||Serves at the pleasure of the governor|
|Selection Method:||Appointed by Governor|
|Other New Mexico Executive Offices|
|Governor • Lieutenant Governor • Secretary of State • Attorney General • Treasurer • Auditor • Commissioner of Public Lands • Secretary of Education • Agriculture Secretary • Insurance Superintendent • Secretary of Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources • Secretary of Workforce Solutions • Public Regulation Commission • Public Education Commission|
The Secretary heads the Department of Workforce Solutions, whose stated mission is to "Enhance productivity and competitiveness of New Mexico business and industry by improving the quality and availability of the New Mexico workforce."
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Per Section 9-26-5 of the New Mexico Statutes, the Secretary is appointed by the governor with the consent of the senate. The secretary serves at the pleasure of the governor.
The budget for the Workforce Solutions Department in Fiscal Year 2012 was $54,877,300.
401 Broadway NE
Albuquerque NM 87102
PO Box 1928
Albuquerque, NM 87103
- ↑ New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, "About us," accessed October 30, 2011
- ↑ Laws.com, "New Mexico Statutes Section 9-26-5 - Secretary of workforce solutions; appointment," accessed October 30, 2011
- ↑ Scribd, "State of New Mexico Executive Budget Recommendation Fiscal Year 2014," accessed June 12, 2013
- ↑ The Council of State Governments,"The Book of States 2010 Table 4.11," retrieved June 22, 2011