The New Mexico Technology CouncilNMTC is a member-driven association of businesses, organizations and tech professionals working together to promote the growth and success of New Mexico’s technology business sectors. The organization helps facilitate workforce training, provides professional development programs, advances policy and more.
The STEMulus Center - Powered by CNM IngenuityThe STEMulus Center offers companies, students and job seekers a variety of programs to support workforce development needs, including Deep Dive Coding bootcamps, entrepreneurial mindset training, IT certificates, the Ignite business accelerator and more.
UNM Center for Advanced Research ComputingThe UNM campus supercomputing center supports a wide array of advanced computer hardware and software, as well as very large-scale research storage.
UNM Global and National Security Policy InstituteGNSPI brings together global and national security-related courses, research and programs. GNSPI includes programs for undergraduate and graduate certificates in Global and National Security, as well as a master's degree program in Global and National Security.
New Mexico Information Technology Apprenticeship ProgramNMITAP is committed to developing the first registered apprenticeship program in high-quality, high-growth careers in Information and Health Technology, offering on-the-job learning and related technical instruction.
Cultivating CodersThe Cultivating Coders bootcamp is an 8-week intensive training in web application development. Students learn a variety of programming languages, including the M.E.A.N. Development stack, Node.js, Express and other highly sought after languages in the tech job market.
Job Training Incentive ProgramThe state's highly flexible JTIP program offers a cash reimbursement to a business for on-the-job training for qualified employees of qualified employers. Customized training may be provided by post-secondary educational institutions, company trainers, or outside trainers.
High Wage Jobs Tax CreditA taxpayer who is an eligible employer may apply for and receive a tax credit for each new high-wage economic-base job. The credit amount equals 10% of the wages for each new economic-base job created.
Local Economic Development ActThe LEDA fund is a pool of discretionary state money that flows through local governments. LEDA funds are used to help new or expanding companies with land acquisition, building renovations and infrastructure needs. Closing funds are targeted toward businesses that can demonstrate additional funding is needed to close a competitive cost gap relative to other states and cities vying for the same economic development project.
Qualified New Mexico facilities may take a credit equal to 5% (10% in rural areas) of expenditures related to qualified research for payroll, land, buildings, equipment, computer software and upgrades, consultants and contractors performing work in New Mexico, technical books, manuals and test materials. The credit may be taken against compensating tax, gross receipts tax (excluding the local options portion of the gross receipts tax), and withholding tax. The credit may be carried forward for up to three years.
An additional 5%(10% total urban, 20% total rural) may be applied against corporate income tax or personal income tax if base payroll expenses increase by at least $75,000 per $1,000,000 of expenditures claimed. The additional credit may be carried forward for up to three years.
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