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State Capitol, Senate Chambers - Santa Fe, New Mexico, December 3 - 4 & 8 - 9, 2020  

Thursday, December 3 (Virtual Meeting) 

 8:00 -- Early Childhood Education and Care Department -- Elizabeth Groginsky, Secretary, Early  Childhood Education and Care Department 

10:00 -- Children, Youth and Families Department (690) -- Brian Blalock, Secretary, Children, Youth  and Families Department  

11:15 -- Department of Cultural Affairs (505) -- Debra Garcia y Griego, Secretary, Department of  Cultural Affairs  

12:00 -- Lunch  

 1:00 -- Corrections Department (770) -- Alisha Tafoya Lucero, Secretary, Corrections Department  

 2:00 -- New Mexico Environment Department (667) -- James Kenney, Secretary, New Mexico  Environment Department  

 3:00 -- Capital Outlay -- Steve Olson, Analyst, Legislative Finance Committee; Linda Kehoe,  Consultant, Legislative Finance Committee  

∙ Review of 2020 Capital Outlay Staff Framework  

∙ Other Capital Outlay Issues  

 4:30 -- Miscellaneous Committee Business  

 Action Items  

1) Approval of October Subcommittee A and B Reports 

2) Approval of Contracts 

3) Staff Report: Legislature (111-131) -- LFC Staff 

Review of Monthly Financial Reports & Information Items  

4) LFC FY21 Budget Status  

5) BAR Report  

6) Cash Balance Report  

7) Full Time Employees by Agency  

8) LFC FY20 Financial Audit  

9) FY20 First Quarter Report Cards  

10) Proposed 2021 Committee Sponsored Legislation  

11) Executive Compensation Report  

12) Forthcoming LFC Evaluation Unit Policy Spotlights: Action Plans to Reduce Teen  Pregnancy and Suicide  

13) LFC Program Evaluation Status Report  

 5:00 -- Adjourn  

Friday, December 4 (Virtual Meeting) 

 8:30 -- Staff Briefings (Executive Session)  

 9:00 -- Department of Health (665) -- Dr. Tracie Collins, Secretary Designate, Department of Health  10:15 -- Human Services Department (630) -- Dr. David Scrase, Secretary, Human Services Department  

 -- Behavioral Health Collaborative -- Bryce Pittenger, Chief Executive Officer, Behavioral Health  Collaborative  

12:00 -- Lunch  

 1:00 -- Taxation and Revenue Department (333) -- Stephanie Schardin Clarke, Secretary, Taxation and  Revenue Department  

 2:00 -- Review of Special, Supplemental, Deficiency, and Information Technology Requests -- DFA  Staff; LFC Staff  

 3:30 -- Adjourn  

Tuesday, December 8 (Hybrid Meeting)  

 8:00 -- Staff Briefings (Executive Session)  

 9:00 -- FY21 and FY22 General Fund Revenue Forecast -- Debbie Romero*, Acting Secretary,  Department of Finance and Administration; Stephanie Schardin Clarke*, Secretary, Taxation  and Revenue Department; Dawn Iglesias*, Chief Economist, Legislative Finance Committee  

 10:30 -- Higher Education Institutions (952-977) -- Stephanie Rodriguez*, Acting Secretary, Higher  Education Department; Dr. Joe Shepard*, Chair, Council of University Presidents; Dr. Becky  Rowley*, Chair, New Mexico Independent Community Colleges; Dr. Cindy Rooney*, Chair,  New Mexico Association of Community Colleges  

12:00 -- Lunch  

 1:00 -- Higher Education Department (950) -- Stephanie Rodriguez*, Acting Secretary, Higher  Education Department  

 1:30 -- Special Schools -- New Mexico School for the Deaf (980), New Mexico School for the Blind  and Visually Impaired (979) and New Mexico Military Institute (978) -- Dr. Rosemary  Gallegos*, Superintendent, New Mexico School for the Deaf: Patricia Beecher*, Superintendent, New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired; Major General Jerry  Grizzle*, Superintendent/President, New Mexico Military Institute  

 2:00 -- University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (952) -- Dr. Michael Richards*, Interim  Executive Vice President, University of New Mexico Health Sciences, and Senior Vice  Chancellor, Clinical Affairs, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center  

 2:30 -- Tribally-Controlled and Administered Colleges -- Dr. Robert Martin*, President, Institute of  American Indian Art  

 3:00 -- State Engineer/Interstate Stream Commission (550) -- John D'Antonio, State Engineer; Rolf  Schmidt-Petersen, Director, Interstate Stream Commission  

 4:00 -- Department of Transportation (805) -- Michael Sandoval, Secretary, Department of  Transportation  

5:00 -- Adjourn  

*via Webex  

Wednesday, December 9 (Hybrid Meeting) 

 8:30 -- Staff Briefings (Executive Session)  

 9:30 -- Report of Civil Rights Commission -- Richard Bosson*, Chair, Civil Rights Commission  10:15 -- Public School Support (993) -- Ryan Stewart*, Secretary, Public Education Department   -- Public Education Department (924) -- Ryan Stewart*, Secretary, Public Education Department  12:30 -- Working Lunch  

 1:00 -- Final Review (Executive Session)  

 3:00 -- Adjourn 

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