CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Department of Family Services may cut 30 positions and $8 million in the coming two-year budget period.

The Associated Press  reports that the cuts would leave the DFS with 749 employee slots

The agency proposed the cuts to meet Gov. Matt Mead's request for 8 percent budget cuts. Already the office has consolidated divisions for juvenile services, social services and child abuse and neglect, and cut a couple of field manager positions.

Other Wyoming agencies including the Office of State Lands and Investments and the Department of Transportation have also made budget-cut proposals.