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“Welcome to our website. Whether you are a state employee looking for information about your health benefits, a contractor seeking details on how to do business with the state or a representative of a New Mexico government agency who needs state printing services, we want to make sure you find the information you need.
 
The General Services Department has been described as “The heart and soul of state government. ” Our statutory mission is to achieve the highest level of government efficiency through consolidation of resources and improved operating procedures.
 
But our work is about more than the reason this department was created. It is my goal to ensure that GSD instills a culture where the needs of our stakeholders are addressed in a timely and effective manner and where safety is the highest value.                     
           
                   
 
The Governor has made our directive clear: Do more with less. We must and will achieve the greatest return on your investment in state government by prioritizing projects and working to achieve the greatest possible effectiveness for New Mexico citizens.
 
GSD provides seven key services to other state agencies:  Printing; Purchasing; Risk Management (acting as the state’s insurer and health care manager); Facilities Management (lease management and major capital construction, maintenance, utilities, and security of state owned facilities); and, Transportation Services (surplus property, vehicle and aircraft fleet operations).”
 

GSD’s Key Objectives

  • Dispose of Unnecessary Assets
  • Reduce the Cost of Leased Facilities
  • Improve Life Cycle C ost Management of State Buildings
  • Lead Governor Martinez’ Task Force on Procurement Reform
  • Reduce Risk by Improving Property, Casualty, and Health Care Management
  • Develop Outcome Based Results
  • Be Responsive to Our Customers
 

About Acting Secretary Fuller

General Services Department Acting Secretary, Ned Fuller, assumed his present duties on April 17, 2018. Ned previously served as litigation bureau chief of the New Mexico Risk Management Division. He has also served as a district court judge in the Second Judicial District Court, Director of the New Mexico Worker’s Compensation Administration and as an administrative law judge.

Ned holds a juris doctor from Brigham Young University Law School in Provo, Utah, and a Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. He has been an attorney in New Mexico since 1993 when he started in private practice.

As Cabinet Secretary of General Services, he is responsible for over 300 employees managing a department budget in excess of $500 million annually. His department provides state agencies with the following services: Risk Management; Fleet Management; Procurement; Capital Construction; Facility Maintenance; Surplus Property; and State Printing.

Acting Secretary Fuller leads the Governor’s Procurement Reform Task Force and is a Commissioner on the State Records and Archives Commission. Major current initiatives include: automating procurement; introducing GPS units into the vehicle fleet; establishing a Wellness program for state employees; and, consolidating building services and property management into a single facilities management organization.

“I have complete confidence that Ned brings the experience and skills necessary to lead the General Services Department,” said Governor Martinez. “His previous experience with the state, along with his extensive legal background will be a huge asset to my administration and the team at GSD. I look forward to working with him.”

We want to hear from you!

The General Services Department is committed to providing fast and friendly responses to all inquiries, suggestions and comments that the Office of the Secretary receives from the public and state entities. Please let us know how we can better serve you by Clicking here to submit your comments and filling out an online comment form. Your request will be delivered directly to the Office of the Secretary for review and follow up.