Bill S7389-2011

Relates to compensation, benefits and other terms of employment of certain state officers and employees who are members of the security services unit; repealer; appropriation

Relates to compensation, benefits and other terms of employment of certain state officers and employees who are members of the security services unit; implements an agreement between the state and the employee organization representing the security services unit; and makes an appropriation therefor.

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  • Jun 6, 2012: SUBSTITUTED BY A10076
  • Jun 4, 2012: ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
  • May 31, 2012: 2ND REPORT CAL.
  • May 30, 2012: 1ST REPORT CAL.960
  • May 14, 2012: REPORTED AND COMMITTED TO FINANCE
  • May 3, 2012: REFERRED TO CIVIL SERVICE AND PENSIONS

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VOTE: COMMITTEE VOTE: - Civil Service and Pensions - May 14, 2012
Ayes (11): Golden, Fuschillo, Hannon, Lanza, Little, Martins, O'Mara, Addabbo, Dilan, Savino, Serrano
Ayes W/R (1): Perkins

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BILL NUMBER:S7389

TITLE OF BILL:

An act to amend the civil service law, in relation to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of certain state officers and employees who are members of the security services collective negotiating unit and who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law; to implement an agreement between the state and the employee organization representing certain members of the security services collective negotiating unit; to repeal certain provisions of the civil service law relating thereto; and making an appropriation for the purpose of effectuating certain provisions thereof

PURPOSE:

This bill would implement the terms of a collectively bargained agreement (the "Agreement") between the State of New York ("State") and the New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association, Inc. ("NYSCOPBA"), the employee organization that represents members of the collective negotiating unit designated as the Security Services Unit (the "Unit") who are ineligible for binding interest arbitration.

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS:

Section 1 of the bill would repeal Civil Service Law ("CSL") § 130(1) (f) and replace it with a new CSL § 130(1)(f) to establish new salary schedules for members of the Unit who are ineligible for binding interest arbitration ("arbitration-ineligible members ").

Section 2, subd. 1 of the bill would set forth the applicability of the provisions of section 2 to arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit who are full-time annual salaried officers and employees.

Section 2, subd. 2 of the bill would provide for a 3% increase in the basic annual salary of arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, effective April 1, 2009.

Section 2, subd. 3 of the bill would provide for a 4% increase in the basic annual salary of arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, effective April 1, 2010.

Section 2, subd. 4 of the bill would, as of March 31, 2011, increase compensation of arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit by $2,075 to reflect the addition of $1,075 in the uniform cleaning and maintenance allowance and $1,000 in the security enforcement differential to basic annual salary.

Section 2, subd. 5 of the bill would provide for a lump sum payment of $775 on April 1, 2013 and $225 on April 1, 2014 for those

arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit on the payroll on the date of ratification and the date of the first payment.

Section 2, subd. 6 of the bill would provide for a 2% increase in the basic annual salary of arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, effective April 1, 2014.

Section 2, subd. 7 of the bill would provide for a 2% increase in the basic annual salary of arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, effective April 1, 2015.

Section 2, subd. 8 of the bill would provide performance advancement payments to arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, within their salary grades, pursuant to CSL § 131(6) and the Agreement.

Section 2, subd. 9 of the bill would set the 10-year, 15-year, 20-year, and 25-year longevity step payments for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit in accordance with the amounts prescribed by CSL § 30(1)(f), as added by section 1 of this bill and the Agreement.

Section 2, subd. 10 of the bill would provide that where the salary of an arbitration ineligible member of the Unit is identical to the hiring rate, such member's basic annual salary would be increased to the corresponding hiring rate, performance advance step, job rate or longevity step as of April 1 of the same year for which increases are provided in CSL § 130 (1) (f), as added by section 1 of this bill and the Agreement.

Section 2, subd. 11 of the bill would provide that unencumbered or newly created positions within the Unit would be treated the same as encumbered and currently existing positions, and that the Director of the Budget may reduce the salary of any such position which is, or becomes vacant.

Section 2, subd. 12 of the bill would provide that the salary increases payable pursuant to section 2 of the bill would apply on a prorated basis to arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit who are paid on an hourly or per diem basis, who are serving on a part-time or seasonal basis and who are paid on any basis other than at an annual salaried rate; except that the subdivisions 4, 8, 9 and 10 of section 2 of the bill would not apply to employees serving on an hourly, per diem or seasonal basis, except as determined by the Director of the Budget.

Section 2, subd. 13 of the bill would provide that the increases payable pursuant to section 2 of the bill would not apply to members of the Unit who are paid on a fee schedule basis.

Section 2, subd. 14 of the bill would authorize the Director of the Budget to apply the appropriate increases provided for in section 2 of the bill to arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit who are in positions that are not allocated to salary grades.

Section 2, subd. 15 of the bill would provide that any increase in compensation may be withheld in whole or in part from arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit to whom section 2 of the

bill applies where, in the opinion of the Director of the Budget and the Director of Employee Relations, such increase is not warranted or is not appropriate for any reason.

Section 3 of the bill would provide additional compensation to arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit who are in full-time annual salaried employment status in recognition of the requirement that such employees assemble for briefing before the commencement of duties. Each such employee (except those who receive additional compensation pursuant to CSL § 134(5)) would receive additional compensation for pre-shift briefing in accordance with the terms of the Agreement, to be paid in addition to such employee's basic annual salary. Effective March 31, 2011, this amount would increase to a minimum of six dollars per day while in payroll status.

Section 4 of the bill would authorize and continue certain payments in lieu of overtime compensation (i.e. pre-shift briefing pay as provided in Section 3 of the bill) where the Director of the Budget has determined that an employee otherwise ineligible to receive overtime compensation may receive overtime compensation.

Section 5 of the bill would continue and provide an increase in the uniform allowance for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit. This amount would increase to $681 effective December 1, 2009 and $708 effective December 1, 2010, payable on December 1 of each year. Effective March 31, 2011, this allowance would be increased to $1,075, added to the basic annual salary and be eliminated as a separate payment.

Section 6 of the bill would continue and provide an increase in the location pay benefit for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit whose official work stations are located in New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County, or Rockland County to $1,591 on April 1, 2009, to $1,655 on April 1, 2010, to $1,688 on April 1, 2014 and $1,722 on April 1, 2015. Location pay for eligible members whose official work stations are located in Orange County, Putnam County, or Dutchess County would increase to $849 on April 1, 2009, to $883 on April 1, 2010, to $901 on April 1, 2014, and to $919 on April 1, 2015. Eligible members located in Monroe County would continue to receive $200 per year.

Section 7 of the bill would continue locational compensation for certain employees of the Hudson Valley Developmental Disabilities Services Office who currently receive locational pay in accordance with specified provisions of law.

Section 8 of the bill would continue and increase the annual facility security pay for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit to $750 effective March 31, 2011.

Section 9 of the bill would continue and increase the security enforcement differential for the arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit to $682 effective April 1, 2009 and $709 effective April 1, 2010. Effective March 31, 2011, this amount would increase to $1,000, be added to basic annual salary and eliminated as a separate payment.

Section 10 of the bill would continue the inconvenience pay program for arbitration ineligible members of the Unit who work shifts between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. (except on an overtime basis) and increase the annual inconvenience pay provided to such employees to $602 per year effective April 1, 2009, and $626 per year effective April 1, 2010.

Section 11 of the bill would make appropriations in the bill available for the payment and publication of grievance and arbitration settlements and awards.

Section 12 of the bill would condition the salary increases and benefit modifications provided in this bill on the existence of a fully executed and ratified Agreement providing for such increases and modifications.

Section 13 of the bill would establish the date upon which arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit would receive the salary or compensation increases provided by this bill.

Section 14 of the bill would provide a lump-sum payment to incumbent arbitration ineligible members of the Unit to cover the difference between the salaries such members would receive after the enactment of this bill and the salary that such Unit members actually received before its enactment under the Agreement.

Section 15 of the bill would authorize the Comptroller to pay any amounts required by the provisions of this bill during the fiscal year commencing April 1, 2012.

Section 16 of the bill would authorize the Comptroller, upon request of the Director of Budget, to transfer monies from the general fund to the mental hygiene account (10) in the miscellaneous state special revenue fund (339) to carry out the provisions of section 18 of this bill.

Section 17 of the bill would authorize the Comptroller, upon request of the Director of Budget, to transfer monies from the general fund to the mental hygiene patient income account (13) in the miscellaneous state special revenue fund (339) to carry out the provisions of section 18 of this bill.

Section 18 of the bill would appropriate monies to pay for personal services, other than personal service and fringe benefits, and to carry out the provisions of this bill.

Section 19 of the bill would make the bill effective immediately and would deem it to have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2009.

EXISTING LAW:

Chapter 150 of the Laws of 2010 implements the terms and conditions of employment for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit set forth in the collective bargaining agreement between the State and NYSCOPBA for the period of April 1, 2007 through March 31, 2009.

CSL § 130(1) sets forth the current salary schedules and longevity schedules for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit. CSL § 131 (6) sets forth the performance advancement payment. CSL § 134 (5) establishes additional compensation for employees in any positions ineligible for overtime who are required to work beyond a normal work week.

STATEMENT IN SUPPORT:

This bill would implement the terms of the Agreement covering the arbitration ineligible members of the Unit represented by NYSCOPBA. Those covered by the Agreement include employees in the titles of Safety and Security Officer and Security Services Assistant (guard, patrol and inspect various public facilities and perform other security-related duties), and in the title of Security Hospital Treatment Assistant (implement treatment goals through therapeutic interaction with patients and provide safety and security for the dangerous mentally ill, and perform other tasks related to such individuals).

The prior agreement covering these employees expired on March 31, 2009. On February 7, 2012, the State entered into the Agreement with NYSCOPBA. The Agreement was ratified on March 2, 2012 and covers the period between April 1, 2009 and March 31, 2016. Among other provisions, it provides for salary increases of 3% on April 1, 2009, 4% on April 1, 2010 (which would be paid retroactively in a lump sum to the represented individuals), 2% on April 1, 2014 and 2% on April 1, 2015.

BUDGET IMPLICATIONS:

This bill would provide All Funds appropriations totaling approximately $43 million (General Fund of approximately $5 million) to pay for the cost of the Agreement for the period of April 1, 2009 through March 31, 2012. The 2012-13 financial plan accommodates the costs associated with this bill.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

Immediately.


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STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ 7389 IN SENATE May 3, 2012 ___________
Introduced by Sen. ROBACH -- (at request of the Governor) -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Civil Service and Pensions AN ACT to amend the civil service law, in relation to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of certain state officers and employees who are members of the security services collective negotiating unit and who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law; to implement an agreement between the state and the employee organization representing certain members of the security services collective negotiating unit; to repeal certain provisions of the civil service law relating thereto; and making an appropriation for the purpose of effectuating certain provisions thereof THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Paragraph f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law is REPEALED and a new paragraph f is added to read as follows: F. EFFECTIVE ON THE DATES INDICATED, SALARY GRADES FOR THE POSITIONS IN THE COMPETITIVE, NON-COMPETITIVE AND LABOR CLASSES OF THE CLASSIFIED SERVICE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK IN THE COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING UNIT DESIGNATED AS SECURITY SERVICES COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING UNIT ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO ARTICLE FOURTEEN OF THIS CHAPTER WHO ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR BINDING INTEREST ARBITRATION PURSUANT TO SUBDIVISION FOUR OF SECTION TWO HUNDRED NINE OF THIS CHAPTER, SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: (1) EFFECTIVE APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND NINE: NYSCOPBA-SSU SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY EFFECTIVE MARCH 26, 2009 (INSTITUTIONAL) AND EFFECTIVE APRIL 2, 2009 (ADMINISTRATIVE) PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. AD- AD- AD- AD- AD-
HIR- VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE ING STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP SG RATE 1 2 3 4 5 1 21,404 22,312 23,220 24,128 25,036 25,944 2 22,193 23,149 24,105 25,061 26,017 26,973 3 23,298 24,295 25,292 26,289 27,286 28,283 4 24,355 25,406 26,457 27,508 28,559 29,610 5 25,520 26,623 27,726 28,829 29,932 31,035 6 26,869 28,032 29,195 30,358 31,521 32,684 7 28,403 29,612 30,821 32,030 33,239 34,448 8 30,017 31,273 32,529 33,785 35,041 36,297 9 31,706 33,017 34,328 35,639 36,950 38,261 10 33,520 34,898 36,276 37,654 39,032 40,410 11 35,515 36,949 38,383 39,817 41,251 42,685 12 37,505 39,002 40,499 41,996 43,493 44,990 13 39,758 41,321 42,884 44,447 46,010 47,573 14 42,057 43,696 45,335 46,974 48,613 50,252 15 44,490 46,195 47,900 49,605 51,310 53,015 16 47,013 48,796 50,579 52,362 54,145 55,928 17 49,669 51,546 53,423 55,300 57,177 59,054 18 52,504 54,475 56,446 58,417 60,388 62,359 19 55,380 57,437 59,494 61,551 63,608 65,665 20 58,234 60,384 62,534 64,684 66,834 68,984 21 61,379 63,620 65,861 68,102 70,343 72,584 22 64,668 67,042 69,416 71,790 74,164 76,538 23 68,178 70,620 73,062 75,504 77,946 80,388 24 71,876 74,411 76,946 79,481 82,016 84,551 25 75,897 78,539 81,181 83,823 86,465 89,107 LONG MAX. 10 YR. 15 YR. 20 YR. 25 YR. JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 26,852 908 28,491 29,933 32,537 33,979 2 27,929 956 29,662 31,187 33,863 35,388 3 29,280 997 31,088 32,679 35,410 37,002 4 30,661 1,051 32,690 34,233 37,039 38,582 5 32,138 1,103 34,138 35,895 38,776 40,535 6 33,847 1,163 35,953 37,809 40,771 42,627 7 35,657 1,209 37,847 39,774 42,799 44,726 8 37,553 1,256 39,828 41,832 44,921 46,924 9 39,572 1,311 41,950 44,043 47,215 49,307 10 41,788 1,378 44,279 46,475 49,729 51,923 11 44,119 1,434 46,714 48,998 52,333 54,617 12 46,487 1,497 49,203 51,592 55,017 57,408 13 49,136 1,563 51,964 54,453 57,966 60,456 14 51,891 1,639 54,854 57,463 61,078 63,687 15 54,720 1,705 57,806 60,522 64,233 66,950 16 57,711 1,783 60,937 63,777 67,590 70,429 17 60,931 1,877 64,327 67,313 71,259 74,246 18 64,330 1,971 67,899 71,041 75,120 78,264 19 67,722 2,057 71,448 74,727 78,924 82,204 20 71,134 2,150 75,033 78,462 82,794 86,224 21 74,825 2,241 78,889 82,466 86,919 90,495 22 78,912 2,374 83,210 86,989 91,624 95,404
23 82,830 2,442 87,257 91,154 95,885 99,783 24 87,086 2,535 91,675 95,713 100,571 104,610 25 91,749 2,642 96,534 100,746 105,751 109,962 (2) EFFECTIVE APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND TEN: NYSCOPBA-SSU SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY EFFECTIVE MARCH 25, 2010 (INSTITUTIONAL) AND EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2010 (ADMINISTRATIVE) PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. AD- AD- AD- AD- AD- HIR- VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE ING STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP SG RATE 1 2 3 4 5 1 22,260 23,204 24,148 25,092 26,036 26,980 2 23,081 24,075 25,069 26,063 27,057 28,051 3 24,230 25,267 26,304 27,341 28,378 29,415 4 25,329 26,422 27,515 28,608 29,701 30,794 5 26,541 27,688 28,835 29,982 31,129 32,276 6 27,944 29,154 30,364 31,574 32,784 33,994 7 29,539 30,796 32,053 33,310 34,567 35,824 8 31,218 32,524 33,830 35,136 36,442 37,748 9 32,974 34,338 35,702 37,066 38,430 39,794 10 34,861 36,294 37,727 39,160 40,593 42,026 11 36,936 38,427 39,918 41,409 42,900 44,391 12 39,005 40,562 42,119 43,676 45,233 46,790 13 41,348 42,974 44,600 46,226 47,852 49,478 14 43,739 45,444 47,149 48,854 50,559 52,264 15 46,270 48,043 49,816 51,589 53,362 55,135 16 48,894 50,748 52,602 54,456 56,310 58,164 17 51,656 53,608 55,560 57,512 59,464 61,416 18 54,604 56,654 58,704 60,754 62,804 64,854 19 57,595 59,734 61,873 64,012 66,151 68,290 20 60,563 62,799 65,035 67,271 69,507 71,743 21 63,834 66,165 68,496 70,827 73,158 75,489 22 67,255 69,724 72,193 74,662 77,131 79,600 23 70,905 73,445 75,985 78,525 81,065 83,605 24 74,751 77,387 80,023 82,659 85,295 87,931 25 78,933 81,681 84,429 87,177 89,925 92,673 LONG MAX. 10 YR. 15 YR. 20 YR. 25 YR. JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 27,924 944 29,629 31,128 33,836 35,336 2 29,045 994 30,847 32,433 35,216 36,802 3 30,452 1,037 32,332 33,987 36,827 38,483 4 31,887 1,093 33,997 35,602 38,520 40,125 5 33,423 1,147 35,503 37,330 40,327 42,156 6 35,204 1,210 37,394 39,324 42,405 44,335 7 37,081 1,257 39,359 41,363 44,509 46,513 8 39,054 1,306 41,420 43,504 46,717 48,800
9 41,158 1,364 43,631 45,808 49,107 51,282 10 43,459 1,433 46,050 48,333 51,718 53,999 11 45,882 1,491 48,581 50,956 54,425 56,800 12 48,347 1,557 51,172 53,656 57,218 59,705 13 51,104 1,626 54,045 56,634 60,287 62,877 14 53,969 1,705 57,051 59,764 63,523 66,237 15 56,908 1,773 60,117 62,942 66,802 69,627 16 60,018 1,854 63,373 66,327 70,292 73,245 17 63,368 1,952 66,900 70,005 74,109 77,216 18 66,904 2,050 70,616 73,883 78,126 81,395 19 70,429 2,139 74,304 77,714 82,079 85,490 20 73,979 2,236 78,034 81,600 86,105 89,673 21 77,820 2,331 82,047 85,767 90,398 94,117 22 82,069 2,469 86,539 90,469 95,289 99,221 23 86,145 2,540 90,749 94,802 99,722 103,776 24 90,567 2,636 95,340 99,539 104,591 108,792 25 95,421 2,748 100,397 104,778 109,983 114,363 (3) EFFECTIVE MARCH THIRTY-FIRST, TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN: NYSCOPBA-SSU SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY EFFECTIVE MARCH 31, 2011 (INSTITUTIONAL) AND EFFECTIVE MARCH 31, 2011 (ADMINISTRATIVE) PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. AD- AD- AD- AD- AD- HIR- VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE ING STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP SG RATE 1 2 3 4 5 1 24,335 25,279 26,223 27,167 28,111 29,055 2 25,156 26,150 27,144 28,138 29,132 30,126 3 26,305 27,342 28,379 29,416 30,453 31,490 4 27,404 28,497 29,590 30,683 31,776 32,869 5 28,616 29,763 30,910 32,057 33,204 34,351 6 30,019 31,229 32,439 33,649 34,859 36,069 7 31,614 32,871 34,128 35,385 36,642 37,899 8 33,293 34,599 35,905 37,211 38,517 39,823 9 35,049 36,413 37,777 39,141 40,505 41,869 10 36,936 38,369 39,802 41,235 42,668 44,101 11 39,011 40,502 41,993 43,484 44,975 46,466 12 41,080 42,637 44,194 45,751 47,308 48,865 13 43,423 45,049 46,675 48,301 49,927 51,553 14 45,814 47,519 49,224 50,929 52,634 54,339 15 48,345 50,118 51,891 53,664 55,437 57,210 16 50,969 52,823 54,677 56,531 58,385 60,239 17 53,731 55,683 57,635 59,587 61,539 63,491 18 56,679 58,729 60,779 62,829 64,879 66,929 19 59,670 61,809 63,948 66,087 68,226 70,365 20 62,638 64,874 67,110 69,346 71,582 73,818 21 65,909 68,240 70,571 72,902 75,233 77,564 22 69,330 71,799 74,268 76,737 79,206 81,675 23 72,980 75,520 78,060 80,600 83,140 85,680 24 76,826 79,462 82,098 84,734 87,370 90,006 25 81,008 83,756 86,504 89,252 92,000 94,748
LONG MAX. 10 YR. 15 YR. 20 YR. 25 YR. JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 29,999 944 31,704 33,203 35,911 37,411 2 31,120 994 32,922 34,508 37,291 38,877 3 32,527 1,037 34,407 36,062 38,902 40,558 4 33,962 1,093 36,072 37,677 40,595 42,200 5 35,498 1,147 37,578 39,405 42,402 44,231 6 37,279 1,210 39,469 41,399 44,480 46,410 7 39,156 1,257 41,434 43,438 46,584 48,588 8 41,129 1,306 43,495 45,579 48,792 50,875 9 43,233 1,364 45,706 47,883 51,182 53,357 10 45,534 1,433 48,125 50,408 53,793 56,074 11 47,957 1,491 50,656 53,031 56,500 58,875 12 50,422 1,557 53,247 55,731 59,293 61,780 13 53,179 1,626 56,120 58,709 62,362 64,952 14 56,044 1,705 59,126 61,839 65,598 68,312 15 58,983 1,773 62,192 65,017 68,877 71,702 16 62,093 1,854 65,448 68,402 72,367 75,320 17 65,443 1,952 68,975 72,080 76,184 79,291 18 68,979 2,050 72,691 75,958 80,201 83,470 19 72,504 2,139 76,379 79,789 84,154 87,565 20 76,054 2,236 80,109 83,675 88,180 91,748 21 79,895 2,331 84,122 87,842 92,473 96,192 22 84,144 2,469 88,614 92,544 97,364 101,296 23 88,220 2,540 92,824 96,877 101,797 105,851 24 92,642 2,636 97,415 101,614 106,666 110,867 25 97,496 2,748 102,472 106,853 112,058 116,438 (4) EFFECTIVE APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN: NYSCOPBA-SSU SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY EFFECTIVE APRIL 3, 2014 (INSTITUTIONAL) AND EFFECTIVE MARCH 27, 2014 (ADMINISTRATIVE) PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. AD- AD- AD- AD- AD- HIR- VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE ING STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP SG RATE 1 2 3 4 5 1 24,822 25,785 26,748 27,711 28,674 29,637 2 25,659 26,673 27,687 28,701 29,715 30,729 3 26,831 27,889 28,947 30,005 31,063 32,121 4 27,952 29,067 30,182 31,297 32,412 33,527 5 29,188 30,358 31,528 32,698 33,868 35,038 6 30,619 31,853 33,087 34,321 35,555 36,789 7 32,246 33,528 34,810 36,092 37,374 38,656 8 33,959 35,291 36,623 37,955 39,287 40,619 9 35,750 37,141 38,532 39,923 41,314 42,705 10 37,675 39,137 40,599 42,061 43,523 44,985 11 39,791 41,312 42,833 44,354 45,875 47,396 12 41,902 43,490 45,078 46,666 48,254 49,842 13 44,291 45,950 47,609 49,268 50,927 52,586
14 46,730 48,469 50,208 51,947 53,686 55,425 15 49,312 51,121 52,930 54,739 56,548 58,357 16 51,988 53,879 55,770 57,661 59,552 61,443 17 54,806 56,797 58,788 60,779 62,770 64,761 18 57,813 59,904 61,995 64,086 66,177 68,268 19 60,863 63,045 65,227 67,409 69,591 71,773 20 63,891 66,172 68,453 70,734 73,015 75,296 21 67,227 69,605 71,983 74,361 76,739 79,117 22 70,717 73,235 75,753 78,271 80,789 83,307 23 74,440 77,031 79,622 82,213 84,804 87,395 24 78,363 81,052 83,741 86,430 89,119 91,808 25 82,628 85,431 88,234 91,037 93,840 96,643 LONG MAX. 10 YR. 15 YR. 20 YR. 25 YR. JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 30,600 963 32,339 33,868 36,630 38,160 2 31,743 1,014 33,581 35,199 38,037 39,655 3 33,179 1,058 35,097 36,785 39,682 41,371 4 34,642 1,115 36,794 38,431 41,408 43,045 5 36,208 1,170 38,330 40,193 43,250 45,116 6 38,023 1,234 40,257 42,225 45,368 47,337 7 39,938 1,282 42,262 44,306 47,515 49,559 8 41,951 1,332 44,364 46,490 49,767 51,892 9 44,096 1,391 46,618 48,839 52,204 54,422 10 46,447 1,462 49,090 51,418 54,871 57,198 11 48,917 1,521 51,670 54,092 57,631 60,053 12 51,430 1,588 54,312 56,845 60,478 63,015 13 54,245 1,659 57,245 59,886 63,612 66,253 14 57,164 1,739 60,308 63,075 66,909 69,677 15 60,166 1,809 63,439 66,321 70,258 73,139 16 63,334 1,891 66,756 69,769 73,813 76,826 17 66,752 1,991 70,355 73,522 77,708 80,877 18 70,359 2,091 74,145 77,478 81,805 85,140 19 73,955 2,182 77,908 81,386 85,838 89,317 20 77,577 2,281 81,713 85,350 89,946 93,585 21 81,495 2,378 85,807 89,601 94,325 98,118 22 85,825 2,518 90,384 94,393 99,309 103,320 23 89,986 2,591 94,682 98,816 103,835 107,970 24 94,497 2,689 99,365 103,648 108,801 113,087 25 99,446 2,803 104,522 108,990 114,299 118,767 (5) EFFECTIVE APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN: NYSCOPBA-SSU SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY EFFECTIVE APRIL 2, 2015 (INSTITUTIONAL) AND EFFECTIVE MARCH 26, 2015 (ADMINISTRATIVE) PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. PERF. AD- AD- AD- AD- AD- HIR- VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE VANCE ING STEP STEP STEP STEP STEP SG RATE 1 2 3 4 5
1 25,318 26,300 27,282 28,264 29,246 30,228 2 26,172 27,206 28,240 29,274 30,308 31,342 3 27,368 28,447 29,526 30,605 31,684 32,763 4 28,511 29,648 30,785 31,922 33,059 34,196 5 29,772 30,965 32,158 33,351 34,544 35,737 6 31,231 32,490 33,749 35,008 36,267 37,526 7 32,891 34,199 35,507 36,815 38,123 39,431 8 34,638 35,997 37,356 38,715 40,074 41,433 9 36,465 37,884 39,303 40,722 42,141 43,560 10 38,429 39,920 41,411 42,902 44,393 45,884 11 40,587 42,138 43,689 45,240 46,791 48,342 12 42,740 44,360 45,980 47,600 49,220 50,840 13 45,177 46,869 48,561 50,253 51,945 53,637 14 47,665 49,439 51,213 52,987 54,761 56,535 15 50,298 52,143 53,988 55,833 57,678 59,523 16 53,028 54,957 56,886 58,815 60,744 62,673 17 55,902 57,933 59,964 61,995 64,026 66,057 18 58,969 61,102 63,235 65,368 67,501 69,634 19 62,080 64,306 66,532 68,758 70,984 73,210 20 65,169 67,496 69,823 72,150 74,477 76,804 21 68,572 70,998 73,424 75,850 78,276 80,702 22 72,131 74,700 77,269 79,838 82,407 84,976 23 75,929 78,572 81,215 83,858 86,501 89,144 24 79,930 82,673 85,416 88,159 90,902 93,645 25 84,281 87,140 89,999 92,858 95,717 98,576 LONG MAX. 10 YR. 15 YR. 20 YR. 25 YR. JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 31,210 982 32,984 34,543 37,361 38,921 2 32,376 1,034 34,251 35,901 38,796 40,446 3 33,842 1,079 35,798 37,520 40,475 42,198 4 35,333 1,137 37,528 39,198 42,234 43,904 5 36,930 1,193 39,094 40,995 44,113 46,016 6 38,785 1,259 41,064 43,071 46,277 48,285 7 40,739 1,308 43,109 45,194 48,468 50,552 8 42,792 1,359 45,253 47,422 50,764 52,932 9 44,979 1,419 47,551 49,817 53,249 55,512 10 47,375 1,491 50,071 52,445 55,967 58,341 11 49,893 1,551 52,701 55,172 58,781 61,252 12 52,460 1,620 55,400 57,983 61,689 64,277 13 55,329 1,692 58,389 61,083 64,883 67,577 14 58,309 1,774 61,516 64,338 68,249 71,072 15 61,368 1,845 64,706 67,646 71,662 74,600 16 64,602 1,929 68,092 71,166 75,291 78,364 17 68,088 2,031 71,763 74,993 79,263 82,496 18 71,767 2,133 75,629 79,028 83,442 86,844 19 75,436 2,226 79,468 83,016 87,557 91,105 20 79,131 2,327 83,350 87,059 91,747 95,459 21 83,128 2,426 87,526 91,396 96,215 100,083 22 87,545 2,569 92,195 96,284 101,299 105,390 23 91,787 2,643 96,577 100,794 105,913 110,131 24 96,388 2,743 101,353 105,722 110,978 115,350 25 101,435 2,859 106,613 111,170 116,585 121,142
S 2. Compensation for certain members of the collective negotiating unit designated as the security services collective negotiating unit pursuant to an agreement between the state of New York and the employee organization representing such individuals. 1. The provisions of this section shall apply to full-time annual salaried officers and employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as security services collective negotiating unit established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law (hereinafter "security services unit") who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law (here- inafter "employees who are ineligible for interest arbitration"). 2. Effective April 1, 2009, the basic annual salary of members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2009, shall be increased by three percent. 3. Effective April 1, 2010, the basic annual salary of members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2010, shall be increased by four percent. 4. Effective March 31, 2011, the basic annual salary of all members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 30, 2011 shall be increased by two thousand and seventy-five dollars to reflect the items of uniform cleaning and maintenance allowance and security enforcement differential added to base salary. 5. (a) Effective April 1, 2013, a lump sum payment of seven hundred seventy-five dollars shall be made to each member of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and in full- time annual salaried employment status who was (i) active on the date of ratification of the agreement between the state and the employee organ- ization representing employees in the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and (ii) in continuous service, as defined by paragraph (c) of subdivision 3 of section 130 of the civil service law, from that date until April 1, 2013. Such lump sum shall be considered salary for final average salary retirement purposes but shall not become part of basic annual salary. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this subdivision, officers and employees who would have otherwise been eligible to receive such lump sum payment, but who were not on the payroll on such date, shall be eligible for said payment if they return to full-time employment status during the fiscal year 2013- 2014 without a break in continuous service. (b) Effective April 1, 2014, a lump sum payment of two hundred twen- ty-five dollars shall be made to each member of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and in full-time annual salaried employment status who was (i) active on the date of ratifica- tion of the agreement between the state and the employee organization representing employees in the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and (ii) in continuous service, as defined by paragraph (c) of subdivision 3 of section 130 of the civil service law, from that date until April 1, 2013. Such lump sum shall be considered salary for final average salary retirement purposes but shall not become part of basic annual salary. 6. Effective April 1, 2014, the basic annual salary of members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2014, shall be increased by two percent.
7. Effective April 1, 2015, the basic annual salary of members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2015, shall be increased by two percent. 8. Advancement within a salary grade. Payments pursuant to the provisions of subdivision 6 of section 131 of the civil service law for annual-salaried members of the security services unit who are entitled to such payments and who are ineligible for interest arbitration shall be payable pursuant to the terms of an agreement between the state of New York and an employee organization representing employees subject to the provisions of this section entered into pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law (hereinafter "the agreement"). 9. Effective April 1, 2009, pursuant to the terms of the agreement covering members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, for such unit members who are on the institutional or administrative payroll, the ten-year, the fifteen-year, the twenty- year and the twenty-five year longevity step payment for such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply shall be that amount prescribed by paragraph f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law as added by section one of this act. 10. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section, if the basic annual salary of such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply is identical with the hiring rate, performance advance step one, two, three, four or five, the job rate, the ten-year longevity step, the fifteen-year longevity step, the twenty-year longev- ity step or the twenty-five year longevity step of his or her position on the effective dates of the increases provided in this subdivision, such basic annual salary shall be increased to the hiring rate, perform- ance advance step one, two, three, four or five, the job rate, the ten- year longevity step, the fifteen-year longevity step, the twenty-year longevity step or the twenty-five year longevity step, respectively, of such salary grade as contained in the appropriate salary schedule in subparagraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of paragraph f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of this act, to take effect on the dates provided in subparagraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, respectively. The increases in basic annual salary provided by this subdivision shall be in lieu of any increase in basic annual salary provided for in subdivisions two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight and ten of this section. 11. If an unencumbered position is one, which if encumbered, would be subject to the provisions of this section, the salary of such position shall be increased by the salary increase amounts specified in this section. If a position is created, and is filled by the appointment of such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply, the salary otherwise provided for such position shall be increased in the same manner as though such position had been in existence but unencum- bered. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the director of the division of the budget may reduce the salary of any such position, which is or becomes vacant. 12. The increases in salary payable pursuant to this section shall apply on a prorated basis to officers and employees, otherwise eligible to receive an increase in salary pursuant to this section, who are paid on an hourly or per diem basis, who are employees serving on a part-time or seasonal basis, or who are employees paid on any basis other than at an annual salaried rate; except that the provisions of subdivisions four, eight, nine, and ten of this section shall not apply to employees
serving on an hourly, per diem, or seasonal basis, except as determined by the director of the budget. 13. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the provisions of this section shall not apply to officers or employees paid on a fee schedule basis. 14. In order to provide for the officers and employees to whom this section applies who are not allocated to salary grades, performance advancements and payments in proportion to those provided to persons to whom this section applies who are allocated to salary grades, the direc- tor of the budget is authorized to add appropriate adjustments to the compensation which such officers and employees are otherwise entitled to receive. The director of the budget shall issue certificates which shall contain schedules of positions and the salaries thereof for which adjustments are made pursuant to the provisions of this subdivision, and a copy of each such certificate shall be filed with the state comp- troller, the department of civil service, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. 15. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section, any increase in compensation may be withheld in whole or in part from any such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply when, in the opinion of the director of the division of the budget and the director of employee relations, such increase is not warranted or is not appropriate for any reason. S 3. Additional compensation for certain members of the security services unit. 1. Members of the security services unit who are in full-time annual salaried employment status and who are ineligible for interest arbi- tration. (a) In recognition of the general requirement for full-time employees of the state in the security services unit to assemble for briefing prior to the commencement of duties, where and to the extent an agree- ment so provides, each such employee except such an employee receiving additional compensation pursuant to subdivision 5 of section 134 of the civil service law, shall receive additional compensation in recognition of pre-shift briefing. (b) Each such employee holding such a position in the security services unit shall be compensated for pre-shift briefing in accordance with the terms of the agreement covering certain members of the security services unit. Pursuant to that agreement, each such unit member to whom the provisions of this subdivision apply, shall receive a minimum of four dollars eighty cents for each day while in payroll status when such pre-shift briefing time is not otherwise compensated at a greater amount at the one and one-half times the hourly rate of pay provided for by subdivision 1 of section 134 of the civil service law and the rules and regulations of the director of the budget. Effective March 31, 2011, this amount shall be increased to a minimum of six dollars for each day while in payroll status. No payments authorized pursuant to this subdi- vision and such negotiated agreement shall be made to an employee who is in non-pay status for that day. (c) Any such additional compensation pursuant to this subdivision shall be paid in addition to and shall not be a part of the employee's basic annual salary and shall not be included as compensation for the purposes of computation of overtime pay, provided, however, that such additional compensation shall be included for retirement purposes. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this subdivision or of any
other law, such additional compensation shall be in lieu of the contin- uation of any other additional compensation for such employees in recog- nition of pre-shift briefing. S 4. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any employees of the state in the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and who are eligible for additional compen- sation pursuant to subdivision 5 of section 134 of the civil service law shall be deemed ineligible for such additional compensation to the extent, in the manner and under the circumstances provided for in a negotiated agreement on behalf of such employees. S 5. Uniform cleaning and maintenance allowance and purchase or repair of uniform shoes. In recognition of the general requirement for employ- ees of the state in the security services unit to wear a uniform and to the extent that an agreement so provides, each employee who is ineligi- ble for interest arbitration and on the payroll on the first day of November preceding the annual effective date shall receive an increase in allowance for cleaning and maintenance by three percent to the rate of six hundred eighty-one dollars per year effective December 1, 2009. This amount shall increase by four percent to seven hundred eight dollars per year effective December 1, 2010. Such allowance shall be payable by separate check on or about December 1 of each year. Effec- tive March 31, 2011, the allowance for cleaning and maintenance of uniforms for eligible members shall be increased to the rate of one thousand seventy-five dollars, added to the basic annual salary of those employees in payroll status on March 30, 2011, and thereafter eliminated as a separate payment. Such addition to basic annual salary on March 31, 2011 is specified in subdivision 4 of section two of this act. S 6. Location compensation for certain state officers and employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as security services. 1. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, all members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, and are full-time annual sala- ried employees and whose principal place of employment or, in the case of a field employee, whose official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of the state comptroller, is in the city of New York or in the county of Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester or Rockland, shall receive, effective April 1, 2009 an increase in locational compensation in the amount of three percent to one thousand five hundred ninety-one dollars per year, for employees in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2009. Effective April 1, 2010 this amount shall increase by four percent to one thousand six hundred fifty-five dollars per year, for employees in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2010. Effective April 1, 2014, this amount shall increase by two percent to one thousand six hundred eighty-eight dollars per year, for employees in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2014. Effective April 1, 2015, this amount shall increase by two percent to one thousand seven hundred twenty-two dollars per year, for employees in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2015. 2. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, effective April 1, 2009, all such members of the security services unit who are full-time annual salaried employees and
whose principal place of employment or, in the case of a field employee, whose official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of the comptroller is located in the county of Monroe and who were eligible to receive locational pay on May 23, 1985 shall receive loca- tional pay at the rate of two hundred dollars per year provided they continue to be otherwise eligible. 3. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, all such members of the security services unit who are full-time annual salaried employees and whose principal place of employment or, in the case of a field employee, whose official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of the state comp- troller, is in the county of Orange, Putnam or Dutchess shall receive an increase in locational compensation by three percent to the amount of eight hundred forty-nine dollars per year effective April 1, 2009, for employees in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2009. Effective April 1, 2010 this amount shall increase by four percent to eight hundred eighty-three dollars per year, for employees in full- time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2010. Effective April 1, 2014, this amount shall increase by two percent to nine hundred one dollars per year, for employees in full-time annual salaried employ- ment status on March 31, 2014. Effective April 1, 2015, this amount shall increase by two percent to nine hundred nineteen dollars per year, for employees in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2015. 4. The locational compensation as set out in all subdivisions of this section shall be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year and be in addition to and shall not be a part of an employ- ee's basic annual salary, and shall not affect or impair any performance advance or other rights or benefits to which an employee may be entitled by law, provided, however, that locational pay shall be included as compensation for the purposes of computation of overtime pay and for retirement purposes. S 7. Continuation of locational compensation for certain officers and employees of the Hudson Valley developmental disabilities services office. 1. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley developmental disabilities services office represented in the security services unit who is ineli- gible for interest arbitration and who is receiving locational pay pursuant to section 5 of chapter 174 of the laws of 1993 shall continue to receive such locational pay under the conditions and at the rates specified by such section 5 of chapter 174 of the laws of 1993. 2. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley developmental disabilities services office represented in the security services unit who is ineli- gible for interest arbitration and who is receiving locational pay pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 11 of chapter 3 of the laws of 1996 shall continue to receive such locational pay under the conditions and at the rates specified by such subdivision 2 of section 11 of chapter 3 of the laws of 1996. 3. Notwithstanding this section or any other law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley develop- mental disabilities services office represented in the security services unit who is ineligible for interest arbitration and who is receiving
locational pay pursuant to said section seven of this act shall continue to be eligible for such locational pay if such officer's or employee's principal place of employment is changed to a location outside of the county of Rockland as the result of a reduction or redeployment of staff, provided, however, that such officer or employee is reassigned to or otherwise appointed or promoted to a different position at another work location within such Hudson Valley developmental disabilities services office located outside of the county of Rockland. The rate of such continued locational pay shall not exceed the rate such officer or employee is receiving on the date of such reassignment, appointment or promotion. S 8. Facility security pay. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligi- ble for interest arbitration, are full-time annual salaried employees and, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, where and to the extent that an agreement so provides, effective March 31, 2011, such eligible members of the securi- ty services unit shall receive an increase of two hundred twenty dollars to seven hundred fifty dollars annually. This payment will be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year and shall count as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes. S 9. Security enforcement differential. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, are full-time annual salaried employees and, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, where and to the extent that an agreement so provides, such eligible members of the security services unit shall receive a security enforcement differential to be paid in recognition of the enhanced security and law enforcement responsibilities inherent in the positions covered by such bargaining unit. Effective April 1, 2009, such payment shall increase by three percent for eligible unit members to six hundred eighty-two dollars and, effective April 1, 2010, such payment shall increase by four percent to eligible unit members to seven hundred nine dollars. This payment will be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year and shall count as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes. Effective March 31, 2011, the security enforcement differential rate shall be increased to the rate of one thousand dollars, added to the basic annual salary of those employees in payroll status on March 30, 2011, and thereafter eliminated as a sepa- rate payment. Such addition to basic annual salary on March 31, 2011 is specified in subdivision 4 of section two of this act. S 10. Inconvenience pay program. Pursuant to chapter 333 of the laws of 1969, as amended, and an agreement covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, are full-time annual salaried employees and, notwithstanding any inconsist- ent provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, where and to the extent that an agreement so provides, effective April 1, 2009, the inconvenience pay provided to eligible employees shall be increased by three percent to six hundred two dollars per year for working four or more hours between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., except on an overtime basis. Effective April 1, 2010, the inconvenience pay provided to eligible employees shall be increased by four percent to six hundred twenty-six dollars per year for working four or more hours between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m, except on an overtime basis. S 11. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the appropriations contained in this act shall be available to
the state of New York for the payment and publication of grievance and arbitration settlements and awards pursuant to articles 7 and 8 of the agreement covering employees in the security services unit who are inel- igible for interest arbitration. S 12. The salary increases and benefit modifications provided for by this act for state employees in the security services unit who are inel- igible for interest arbitration shall not be implemented until the director of employee relations shall have delivered to the director of the budget and the comptroller a letter indicating that there is in effect with respect to such negotiating unit a collective negotiation agreement which provides for such increases and modifications and which is fully executed in writing with the state pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law, and ratified pursuant to the ratification proce- dure of the employee organization certified pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law to represent such collective negotiating unit. S 13. Date of entitlement to salary increase. Notwithstanding the provisions of this act or of any other provision of law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, the increase in salary or compensation of any members of the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration provided by this act shall be added to the salary of such member at the beginning of that payroll period the first day of which is nearest to the effective date of such increase as provided in this act, or at the beginning of the earlier of two payroll periods the first days of which are nearest but equally near to the effective date of such increase as provided in this act; provided, however, that for the purposes of determining the salary of such unit members upon reclassi- fication, reallocation, appointment, promotion, transfer, demotion, reinstatement, or other change of status, such salary increase shall be deemed to be effective on the date thereof as prescribed by this act, with payment thereof pursuant to this section on a date prior thereto, instead of on such effective date, and shall not operate to confer any additional salary rights or benefits on such unit members. Payment of such salary increase may be deferred pursuant to section fourteen of this act. S 14. Deferred payment of salary increase. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other section of this act, or of any other law, rule or regulation, pending payment pursuant to this act of the basic annual salaries of incumbents of positions subject to this act such incumbents shall receive, as partial compensation for services rendered, the rate of compensation otherwise payable in their respective positions. An incumbent holding a position subject to this act at any time during the period from April 1, 2009, until the time when basic annual salaries are first paid pursuant to this act for such services in excess of the compensation actually received therefore, shall be entitled to a lump sum payment for the difference between the salary to which such incum- bent is entitled for such services and the compensation actually received therefor. Such payment shall be made in accordance with the agreement of the parties. S 15. Use of appropriations. The comptroller is authorized to pay any amounts required during the fiscal year commencing April 1, 2012 by the foregoing provisions of this act for any state department or agency from any appropriation or other funds available to such state department or agency for personal service or for other related employee benefits during such fiscal year. To the extent that such appropriations in any fund are insufficient to accomplish the purposes herein set forth, the director of the division of the budget is authorized to allocate to the
various departments and agencies, from any appropriations available in any fund, the amounts necessary to pay such amounts. The aforementioned appropriations shall be available for payment of any liabilities or obligations incurred prior to or during the state fiscal year commencing April 1, 2012. S 16. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, and in accordance with section 4 of the state finance law, upon request of the director of the budget, the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to transfer up to $25,085,000 from the general fund to the mental hygiene account (10) in the miscellaneous state special revenue fund (339) to carry out the provisions of section eighteen of this act. S 17. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, and in accordance with section 4 of the state finance law, upon request of the director of the budget, the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to transfer up to $9,346,000 from the general fund to the mental hygiene patient income account (13) in the miscellaneous state special revenue fund (339) to carry out the provisions of section eighteen of this act. S 18. The several amounts as hereinafter set forth, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from the fund so designated for use by any state department or agency for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2012 to supplement appropriations from each respective fund available for personal service, other than personal service and fringe benefits, and to carry out the provisions of this act. Moreover, the amounts appropriated as non-personal service may be suballocated to any state department or agency as needed. The monies hereby appropriated are available for payment of any liabilities or obligations incurred prior to or during the state fiscal year commencing April 1, 2012. No money shall be available for expenditure from this appropriation until a certificate of approval has been issued by the director of the division of the budget and a copy of such certificate or any amendment thereto has been filed with the state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 Personal Service Personal service ............................... 2,419,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe benefits ................................ 2,133,000 Special Revenue Funds - State Environmental Conservation Special Revenue Fund - 301 Personal Service Personal Service .................................. 92,000
Nonpersonal Service Fringe Benefits ................................... 48,000 Miscellaneous State Special Revenue - 339 Personal Service Personal Service .............................. 24,119,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe Benefits ............................... 12,465,000 State University Income Fund - 345 Personal Service Personal Service ................................. 960,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe Benefits .................................. 496,000 Special Revenue Funds - Federal Federal USDA / Food and Nutrition Services Fund - 261 Personal Service Personal Service ................................... 9,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe Benefits .................................... 5,000 Federal Education Fund - 267 Personal Service Personal Service .................................. 31,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe Benefits ................................... 16,000 Unemployment Insurance Administration Fund - 480 Personal Service Personal Service ................................. 257,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe Benefits .................................. 129,000
S 19. This act shall take effect immediately and shall be deemed to have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2009. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- REPEAL NOTE.--Paragraph f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, repealed by section one of this act, provided salary sched- ules for state employees in the particular titles in the security services unit employees who are ineligible for interest arbitration and is replaced and revised by salary schedules in a new paragraph f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of this act implementing an agreement between the state and the employee organization representing such unit for employees in the security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration. The salary schedules for the remaining employees in the security services unit are contained in paragraph g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law.

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