Public Notices

The New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act NMSA 1978, Chapter 14, Article 2 reads: ”Recognizing that a representative government is dependent upon an informed electorate, the intent of the legislature in enacting the Inspection of Public Records Act is to ensure, and it is declared to be the public policy of this state, that all persons are entitled to the greatest possible information regarding the affairs of government and the official acts of public officers and employees. It is the further intent of the Legislature, and it is declared to be the public policy of this state, that to provide persons with such information is an essential function of a representative government and an integral part of the routine duties of public officers and employees.”

Under IPRA, every person has a right to inspect public records of the state, except those records specifically exempted from disclosure by IPRA or other laws.

Any person wishing to inspect public records under the custody of the New Mexico Economic Development Dept. should file a written request to: Kiki Arellano, Human Resources Manager, 505-827-0246 or

Notice of Extended Comment Period for LEDA Recovery Grant Program, NMAC 2.92.1.

Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) Board Public Notices are posted on the JTIP web page.

Sustainable Economy Task Force and Advisory Council:

Requests for Proposals

RFP: Fund Manager, New Mexico Healthy Food Financing Fund
RFP# EDD-Healthy Food FY23-1 RFP Release Date: 8-29-22

The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to select a State Fund Manager (CONTRACTOR) to manage a statewide healthy food financing initiative (HFFI). The NM Economic Development Department (EDD) seeks an administrative partner State Fund Manager to assist in the roll out of a new pilot, the Healthy Food Financing Fund (HFFF). This will be a community capital fund that is intended to provide patient, flexible capital to a range of food enterprises across all sectors who meet the mission criteria established by an Equitable Food-Oriented Development working group and the HFFI.

The optimal program design is a partnership between the New Mexico Economic Development Department and a Community Development Financial Institution with a proven track record working in New Mexico.

Read the full RFP.