NMED plans for and measures its success through:
- A yearly strategic plan, which incorporates administration priorities as well as non-discretionary duties we implement pursuant to federal and state authority.
- Quarterly reports issued by the Legislative Finance Committee (LFC) based on 30 key performance measures.
- Starting in Fiscal Year (FY) 2022, NMED will issue quarterly reports to accompany the LFC report.
- Employee engagement levels.
For Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 Performance Report columns:
LFC Quarterly Report Cards NMED Quarterly Assessment Reports
|FY*||NMED Strategic Plan||Executive Budget Recommendation||Q1 Performance Reports||Q2 Performance Reports||Q3 Performance Reports||Q4 Performance Reports|
*State fiscal years run from July 1 of the previous year through June 30 of the following year. For example, FY21 was from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.
General Fund Budget Increases: Fact vs. Fiction
- Fact: NMED’s general fund budget increased $5.5 million from FY2019 through FY2024.
- Fiction: NMED’s budget increased by $11.6 million from FY2019 through FY2024.
- Here’s why: Since 2019, the legislature cut NMED’s budget increases by $6.2 million through unfunded employee compensation packages. How did NMED make up $6.2 million in unfunded employee raises? We cut services and staff positions.
See our General Fund budget data by clicking here (Word Document).
NMED Staffing Levels, by Fiscal Year
Our employees are our greatest resource. In 2020, NMED commenced an annual survey to determine levels of engagement among employees, ways to improve the NMED workplace, and other key data. Leadership produces an analysis and summary of the data each year.