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Contact: Public Information Officer Thom Cole, 505-827-0402 (o) or 505-946-7489(c)

About 160 additional workers with the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department recently moved into offices on the state-owned child wellness and education campus in southeast Albuquerque, New Mexico General Services Secretary Ken Ortiz announced Thursday.

On Thursday April 22, we celebrate Earth Day, a time to give thanks for our environment and to recommit ourselves to addressing the threats it faces.

State Printing and Graphic Design Services ranked No. 7 among in-house shops nationwide in sale per employee in 2020.

New legislation from the state General Services Derpartment to allow state and local governments to award contracts only to New Mexico businesses. Senate Bill 53 also will promote state and local government purc hases of sustainable goods as a means to address climate change.

Parking at buildings to be restricted

Available for government, private electric vehicles

Part of effort to address climate change

Recognized for outstanding performance

Technology will improve government efficiency

Action taken after rescinded pay raises

Goal is to grow in-state companies, jobs

For use by state, private electric vehicles

More disinfecting to battle COVID-19

More than offset by wage increase

Law provides for immediate disclosure of settlements

Safety of state employees a priority

Agency to weigh environmental measures when leasing office space

In response to release of special audit of Risk Management

Addition of vehicles to state Motor Pool to begin

Public can view on Sunshine Portal

Goal is reduce state drug costs

Vehicles, TSA knives also available

About 2,250 current, former employees at risk

State contracting, leasing information available

Measures to make employees safer to be identified

Greening of state buildings to begin in August

Students to get more class time, family time

Furniture, more available at state surplus warehouse

Public to have access on Sunshine Portal

Government veterans among selected

Transfer from DFA set for July 1

An op-ed by Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Secretary Sarah Cottrell Propst and General Services Secretary Ken Ortiz

What increases in benefit rates mean for public workers

Our efforts to keep more contract dollars in NM