2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 50: Employment Law
Article 14: Workforce Development, 50-14-1 through 50-14-16
Section 50-14-12: Cooperation with federal government; agency designation.
50-14-12. Cooperation with federal government; agency designation.
A. The office may cooperate with the federal government in the administration of employment training and public assistance programs in which financial or other participation by the federal government is authorized or mandated under federal laws, rules or orders.
B. The office, on behalf of the governor, may enter into agreements with agencies of the federal government to implement employment training and public assistance programs subject to availability of appropriated state funds and any provisions of state laws applicable to the agreements or participation by the state.
C. The governor may designate the office or any agency as the single state agency for the administration of an employment training program, either by the governor's own discretion or when the designation is a condition of federal financial or other participation in the program under applicable federal law, rule or order; provided, however, that no designation of a single state agency under the authority granted in this section shall be made in contravention of state law.
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