2014 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 12 - Miscellaneous Public Affairs Matters
Section 10D Emergency Communications Interoperability
Section 12-10D-3 Interoperability planning commission; created.

NM Stat § 12-10D-3 (2014) What's This?
12-10D-3. Interoperability planning commission; created.
A. The "interoperability planning commission" is created and administratively attached to the department.
B. The interoperability planning commission is a permanent advisory commission created to advise and support the department on emergency response and homeland security activities relating to interoperability, the obtaining of funding and the use of available funding.
C. The commission consists of twelve members, including:
(1) the lieutenant governor;
(2) the homeland security advisor;
(3) the secretary of information technology or the secretary's designee;
(4) the adjutant general or a representative from the department of military affairs;
(5) the secretary of energy, minerals and natural resources or the secretary's designee;
(6) the state fire marshal or the fire marshal's designee;
(7) the secretary of Indian affairs or the secretary's designee;
(8) the secretary of transportation or the secretary's designee;
(9) the secretary of health or the secretary's designee;
(10) the secretary of public safety or the secretary's designee;
(11) the executive director of the New Mexico municipal league or the executive director's designee; and
(12) the executive director of the New Mexico association of counties or the executive director's designee.
D. The commission shall appoint a chair and vice chair from among its members. The commission shall meet at the call of the chair but no less than two times each year.
E. Members of the commission, or their designees, who are not supported by public money may be reimbursed for per diem and mileage pursuant to the Per Diem and Mileage Act [10-8-1 through 10-8-8 NMSA 1978], but shall not receive any other compensation, perquisite or allowance.
History: Laws 2009, ch. 111, 3.

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