AG releases portion of HSD audit to FOG

FOG calls on Department of Human Services and Attorney General’s office to release full report On Friday, December 26, the New Mexico Attorney General’s office released a portion of the behavioral health audit report to the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government after being ordered to do so by a Santa Fe district court judge. Read More …

Judge Denies Disclosure of Full HSD Audit, Grants Access to PMS Report

A judge has again denied the release of the full Behavioral Health Audit Report, but has decided that the portions pertaining to Presbyterian Medical Services be made available in accordance with IPRA. Read the Full Decision Here. FOG remains diligent in its efforts to protect the public’s right to know, seeking full transparency with regard Read More …

Transparency is Good for the Economy

Open Government Generates Growth in the Private Sector: Day in and day out, the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG) is on the front lines, supporting the public’s right to know.  FOG has been educating, advocating and litigating for transparency and accountability in our government for almost 25 years. So what?  Why should you Read More …

Investigative journalists stop in Albuquerque for transparency tour

Investigative journalists from Lebanon, Hungary, Cambodia, Croatia, Rwanda and Malaysia this week heard Albuquerque Journal reporter Mike Gallagher and FOG executive director Susan Boe talk about using public records to create important stories.   The journalists were brought to the United States by the State Department as part of its democracy and transparency program.  They Read More …