New Mexico Statutes Chapter 9. Executive Department § 9-2A-11. Bureaus; chiefs
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The secretary may establish within each division such “bureaus” as he deems necessary to carry out the provisions of the Children, Youth and Families Department Act. He shall appoint a “chief” to be the administrative head of any such bureau. The chief and all subsidiary employees of the department shall be covered by the provisions of the Personnel Act. 1
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