Employee Portal Information

This section is meant for employee's to log in and get specific employee information and forms. If you are coming from outside our state network you will only have access to a few non-essential employee forms. If you are coming from inside our state network you will have full access.

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This site is designed to provide access to information and services provided by the New Mexico Commission for the Blind, as well as information of general interest to persons who are blind or have low vision.

Public Law 101-166 Notice: The Commission receives federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education and from the Health and Human Services Department. For Federal Fiscal Year 2019, the Commission will receive approximately $4,844,950 for Vocational Rehabilitation with a $1,311,276 state match; $55,500 for Supported Employment with a $3,083 state match; $225,000 for Older Blind with a $25,000 state match; and $59,900 for Independent Living with a $6,656 State match.

  • Executive Director


    Greg Trapp has been the Executive Director of the Commission for the Blind since 1999. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the National Council of State Agencies for the Blind (NCSAB), and is a Past-President of NCSAB. He is also a member of the State Workforce Development Board, and the Commission for the Blind State Rehabilitation Council.

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  • Inspection of Public Records Act

    State seal of New Mexico

    "Citizens in a democracy have a fundamental right to have access to public records."...

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  • Mission Statement


    "Our mission is to enable persons who are blind to achieve vocational, economic and social equality"...

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  • FAQ


    Sign of the New Mexico Commission For The Blind Albuquerque Office

    Read up on the latest Frequently Asked Questions.

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