This category lists sites concerned with state-level government in New Mexico on subjects such as laws, taxes, regulatory commissions, law enforcement, and emergency preparedness. Also for official sites for elected officials, to include U.S. senators and Congressional representatives from this state and Federal judges whose district lies within this state as well as officials elected at the state level.
Function is to license psychologists and protect the public from unqualified practice and unprofessional conduct by persons licensed as psychologists.
Adopts and enforces building codes and standards, issues permits, and conducts building, electrical, mechanical and LP Gas inspections for code compliance and safety.
Contains hearing schedules, maps, forms, links to related sites, job opportunities and contact information. Serves Santa Fe, Los Alamos, and Rio Arriba Counties.
Local government index for New Mexico using clickable maps and lists.
State-wide IT strategic plan, and Year 2000.
Offers guidelines, FAQs, contact information for local offices, forms, and related links.
A division of the New Mexico Economic Development Department that promotes and facilitates on-location filming in New Mexico. Serves as a clearinghouse for location production information, supplies location photos, permitting assistance, custom location scouting trips and research for film, video, still photography, and multi-media production companies.
Information includes overview, FAQ, downloadable annual reports, fellowship programs and forensic science resources.
The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission was created by the voters in 1996. The constitutional amendment abolished the Public Utility Commission and the State Corporation Commission and merged their duties in the new NMPRC.
Information and resources for New Mexico seniors regarding health benefits, jobs, long-term care and volunteer opportunities.
New Mexico State Judiciary and Court Information. Case Search facility to allow a search by name or case number for cases heard in either district or magistrate courts.
Provides services that support public libraries as well as delivers direct library services to rural populations, state agencies, the visually impaired and physically disabled, and students and citizens conducting research.
This site contains information pertaining to the repeal of the New Mexico Oral Examinations for Licensure in Psychology.
Aims to preserve, protect, and administer the trust fund. Includes forms for employers and retirees, rules and staff list.
Official state governmental web site.
Information and forms available for download.
Human resource office for state employees. Provides holiday schedules, pension, pay and classification information; and job openings.
Legal resource for the federal courts and U.S. Probation Office in the state providing locations, hours, and schedules.
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