Bill S7614-2011

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

Relates to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of state officers and employees who are members of the security supervisors unit; repeals certain provisions of the civil service law relating thereto; and makes appropriation for the purpose of effectuating certain provisions.

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  • Jul 18, 2012: SIGNED CHAP.257
  • Jul 6, 2012: DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
  • Jun 18, 2012: returned to senate
  • Jun 18, 2012: passed assembly
  • Jun 18, 2012: ordered to third reading rules cal.337
  • Jun 18, 2012: substituted for a10607
  • Jun 12, 2012: referred to ways and means
  • Jun 12, 2012: DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
  • Jun 12, 2012: PASSED SENATE
  • Jun 12, 2012: ORDERED TO THIRD READING CAL.1160
  • Jun 7, 2012: REFERRED TO RULES

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BILL NUMBER:S7614

TITLE OF BILL:

An act to amend the civil service law, in relation to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of state officers and employees who are the members of the security supervisors unit; to amend the state finance law, in relation to the employee benefit fund for all members of the security supervisors unit; to amend chapter 15 of the laws of 2012 amending the civil service law and other laws relating to compensation and benefits of certain state officers and employees, in relation to increases in salary payable to officers and employees; to authorize funding of joint labor-management committees; to implement an agreement between the state and the employee organization representing the members of the security supervisors 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 negotiated agreement between the State of New York ("State") and Council 82, the employee organization representing members of the collective negotiating unit designated as the Security Supervisors Unit (the "Unit"), entered into pursuant to Civil Service Law ("CSL") Article 14 (the "Agreement").

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS:

Section 1 of the bill would repeal CSL § 130(1)(i) and add a new CSL 130(1)(i), to provide for the application of salary schedules to those members of the Unit who are employed by the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision ("DOCCS") and are designated as peace officers pursuant to Criminal Procedure Law ("CPL") § 2.10(25) who are eligible for arbitration ("the arbitration-eligible members").

Section 2 of the bill would repeal CSL § 130(1)(b) and add a new CSL 130(1)(b) to provide for the application of salary schedules to those members of the Unit who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to CSL § 209(4) (the "arbitration-ineligible members").

Section 3 of the bill would amend State Finance Law ("SFL") § 207-a (2-a) to continue employer payments to the employee benefit fund established by Council 82, for the benefit of all members of the Unit in the amounts agreed to by the parties in each year of the Agreement.

Section 4 of the bill would amend L. 2012, c. 15 § 7, subsection 15 (the paybill for the Agency Police Services Unit) to make a technical correction. Such correction would clarify that certain increases to base compensation are only available to annual-salaried members of the unit, and may not be used to increase rates for employees employed on an hourly, per diem, or seasonal basis.

Section 5 of the bill would provide for the continuation of uniform allowances for certain seasonal and part-time employees in the Security Services Unit (represented by New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association) subject to the negotiated terms of that agreement; such language was inadvertently omitted from the paybill covering that unit.

Section 6 of the bill would provide for increases in the compensation applicable to certain members of the Unit, in accordance with the terms of the Agreement, as follows:

Paragraph (1) would provide that the section applies to all full-time members of the Unit.

Paragraph (2) would provide all full-time annual salaried members of the Unit with a 3% increase in compensation over and above the annual salary they received as of March 31, 2009, effective April 1, 2009.

Paragraph (3) would provide all full-time annual salaried members of the Unit with a 4% increase in compensation over and above the annual salary they received as of March 31, 2010, effective April 1, 2010.

Paragraph (4) would provide that the basic annual salary of all full-time annual salaried officers and employees in the security supervisors unit who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision four of section two hundred nine of the civil service law and who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 30, 2011, be increased by one thousand seventy-five dollars to reflect the addition of the uniform cleaning and maintenance to base salary.

Paragraph (5) would provide that all members of the Unit receive a lump sum payment totaling $1,000 to be paid as follows:

* $775 effective April 1, 2013, for each full-time annual salaried employee in the security supervisors unit 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 organization representing employees in the security supervisors unit 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; and

* $225 effective April 1, 2014, for each full-time annual salaried employee in the security supervisors unit 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 organization representing employees in the security supervisors unit 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.

Paragraph (6) would provide all full-time annual salaried members of the Unit with a 2% increase in compensation over and above the annual salary they received as of March 31, 2014, effective April 1, 2014.

Paragraph (7) would provide all full-time annual salaried members of the Unit with a 2% increase in compensation over and above the annual salary they received as of March 31, 2015, effective April 1, 2015.

Paragraph (8) would provide performance advance payments to all annual salaried members of the Unit within their salary grades pursuant to CSL § 131 (6).

Paragraph (9) would continue to provide that annual salaried members who are eligible for the 10, 15, 20 and 25-year longevity step payments would receive such payments as prescribed by CSL, 130(1)(i) or CSL § 130(1)(b).

Paragraph (10) would provide that where the salary of any annual salaried member of the Unit covered by this section is identical with either the hiring rate; performance advance steps 1,2,3,4 or 5; the job rate; or the 10, 15, 20 or 25-year longevity step such member's basic annual salary would be increased to the corresponding hiring rate, performance advance step, job rate or longevity step as prescribed by CSL §§ 130(1)(i) or CSL §§ 130(1)(b).

Paragraph (11) would afford unencumbered or newly created positions within the Unit the same treatment as encumbered and currently existing positions under this section, and would provide that the Director of the Budget may reduce the salary of any position in the Unit which is or becomes vacant.

Paragraph (12) would provide that the increases payable pursuant to this section, except those in paragraphs four, eight, nine, and ten, shall apply on a prorated basis to eligible members of the Unit who are paid on an hourly or per diem basis and members serving on a part-time or seasonal basis.

Paragraph (13) would provide that the increases payable pursuant to this section shall not apply to members of the Unit who are paid on a fee schedule basis.

Paragraph (14) would give the Director of the Budget the discretion to apply the appropriate increases provided for in this section to eligible members of the Unit who are in annual-salaried positions that are not allocated to salary grades.

Paragraph (15) of section 4 would give the Director of the Budget and the Director of Employee Relations the discretion to withhold all of, or a portion of, a Unit member's increase in compensation when such increase is not warranted or is not appropriate.

Section 7 of the bill would continue the additional compensation paid to all full-time annual salaried members of the Unit for assembling for briefing prior to the commencement of duties ("pre-shift

briefing") in accordance with the terms of the Agreement and CSL § 134(5); would provide that members of the Unit who are in non-pay status for the day would not receive such pre-shift briefing compensation; and would provide that pre-shift briefing compensation would be excluded from a Unit member's annual salary as overtime pay, but included for retirement purposes.

Section 8 of the bill would provide for increases in corrections command pay and facility command pay. Effective April 1, 2009, corrections command pay shall be increased by 3% to $1,639. Effective April 1, 2010, corrections command pay shall be increased by 4% to $1,705. Effective March 31, 2011, arbitration ineligible members shall begin receiving corrections command pay at the rate then applicable and this benefit shall be called security supervisors command pay to reflect its applicability to all members of the unit. Effective April 1, 2014, the security supervisors command pay shall be increased by 2% to $1,739. Effective April 1, 2015, the security supervisors command pay shall be increased by 2% to $1,774.

Section 9 of the bill authorizes and continues certain payments in lieu of overtime compensation where the Director of the Budget has determined that an employee otherwise ineligible to receive overtime compensation may receive overtime compensation.

Section 10 of the bill would provide arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit with a 3% increase in the collectively negotiated payment for uniform cleaning, to the amount of $681 per year, effective December 1, 2009 and a 4% increase to the amount of $708, effective December 1, 2010. Effective March 31, 2011, this amount shall be increased to $1,075 placed into basic annual salary and eliminated as a separate payment.

Section 11 of the bill would continue and increase the location pay benefit for full-time annual salaried arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, as follows:

Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Orange, Putnam or Rockland or City of New York Dutchess 4/1/2009 $1,591 $849 4/1/2010 $1,655 $883 4/1/2011 $1,655 $883 4/1/2012 $1,655 $883 4/1/2013 $1,655 $883 4/1/2014 $1,688 $901 4/1/2015 $1,722 $919

Full-time salaried arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit whose official work station is in the County of Monroe who on March 31, 1985 were eligible to receive location compensation would be eligible for continued location pay at a rate of $203 per year.

Section 12 of the bill would continue and increase the location pay benefit for full-time annual salaried arbitration-eligible members of the Unit employed by DOCCS, as follows:

Orange/Putnam/ NYC/Rockland/ Nassau/Suffolk

Dutchess Westchester 4/1/2009 $1,231 $3,306 $3,379 4/1/2010 $1,280 $3,438 $3,514

Section 13 of the bill would continue the payment of location compensation for certain employees of the Hudson Valley Developmental Disabilities Services Office who currently receive location pay in accordance with specified provisions of law.

Section 14 of the bill would increase by 3% the facility security supervisor pay for full-time annual salaried arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, to $546, effective April 1, 2009, and by 4% to $568, effective April 1, 2010, in recognition of such members' supervisory responsibilities. This payment would be equally divided over 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year and count as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes. Effective March 31, 2011, this payment shall be eliminated.

Section 15 of the bill would increase by 3% the security enforcement differential for full-time annual salaried arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit, to $682 effective April 1, 2009, and to $709 effective April 1, 2010. This payment would be equally divided over 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year and count as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes. Effective March 31, 2011, this payment shall be eliminated.

Section 16 of the bill would continue the inconvenience pay program for full-time annual salaried arbitration ineligible members of the Unit who work four or more hours between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., except on an overtime basis, and would increase inconvenience pay by 3% to $602, effective April 1, 2009, and by 4% to $626, effective April 1, 2010.

Section 17 of the bill would continue the inconvenience payment program for arbitration-eligible members employed by DOCCS and would increase the evening shift payment by 3% to $1,854 effective April 1, 2009 and by 4% to $1,928 effective April 1, 2010. This section would also increase the night shift payment by 3% to $927, effective April 1, 2009, and by 4% to $964, effective April 1, 2010.

Section 18 of the bill would require the State, in accordance with the terms of the Agreement, to contribute designated amounts to the accounts of eligible employees who are enrolled for dependent care deductions pursuant to SFL, § 201-a(7).

Section 19 of the bill would continue the state-wide joint labor-management committee for the period April 1, 2012 through March 31, 2016, with funding in the amounts provided in the Agreement.

Section 20 of the bill would make the appropriations contained in this bill available to the State for the payment and publication of grievance and arbitration settlements and awards.

Section 21 of the bill would continue to exempt the salaries of newly hired members of the Unit from the imposition of the "salary deferral" program pursuant to SFL § 200(2-a).

Section 22 of the bill would provide that the salary increases and benefit modifications provided herein for applicable members of the Unit would not be implemented until there is a fully executed collective bargaining agreement between the State and the employee organization representing employees in the Unit that has been ratified by the applicable membership of the employee organization.

Section 23 of the bill would fix the date upon which eligible members of the Unit would be eligible to receive the salary increases and deferred payment of salary increases provided for by the Agreement.

Section 24 of the bill would provide a lump-sum payment to each incumbent member of the Unit to cover the difference between the salary and compensation such member would receive subsequent to the enactment of this bill as compared with the salary and compensation that such members received prior to its enactment.

Section 25 of the bill would authorize the State Comptroller to pay any amounts required by the provisions of this bill.

Section 26 of the bill would, upon request of the Director of the Budget, authorize the State Comptroller to transfer funds 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 twenty-eight of this act.

Section 27 of the bill would, upon request of the Director of the Budget, authorize the comptroller to transfer funds 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 twenty-eight of this act.

Section 28 of the bill would appropriate monies to pay for personal services, nonpersonal services and to carry out the provisions of this bill.

Section 29 of the bill would make this bill effective immediately and deem it to have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2009.

EXISTING LAW:

L. 2010, c. 152 sets forth terms and conditions of employment for arbitration-ineligible and arbitration eligible members of the Unit arising out of the collective bargaining agreement between the State of New York and Council 82 for the period of April 1, 2007 through March 31, 2009.

CSL § 130(1)(b) establishes the current salary and longevity schedules for arbitration-ineligible members of the Unit. CSL § 130(1) (i) establishes the current salary and longevity schedules for arbitration-eligible members of the Unit. CSL § CSL § 134(5) establishes additional compensation for employees in any positions ineligible for overtime who are required to work beyond a normal work week. SFL § 207-a(2-a) establishes the current employee benefit fund for members of the unit. L. 2012, c. 15, § 7 subsection 15 provides for prorated compensation for certain members of the Agency Police

Services collective negotiating unit represented by the Police Benevolent Association of New York State, Inc.

STATEMENT IN SUPPORT:

This bill is necessary to implement the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the State and Council 82, the employee organization representing members of the Unit, entered into pursuant to CSL Article 14.

BUDGET IMPLICATIONS:

This bill would provide appropriations totaling approximately $13.7 million (General Fund of approximately $12.2 million) to pay for the cost of the Agreement through March 31, 2013. The SFY 2012-13 financial plan accommodates the costs associated with this bill.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

This bill would take effect immediately and be deemed to have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2009.


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STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ 7614 IN SENATE June 7, 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 Rules AN ACT to amend the civil service law, in relation to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of state offi- cers and employees who are the members of the security supervisors unit; to amend the state finance law, in relation to the employee benefit fund for all members of the security supervisors unit; to amend chapter 15 of the laws of 2012 amending the civil service law and other laws relating to compensation and benefits of certain state officers and employees, in relation to increases in salary payable to officers and employees; to authorize funding of joint labor-management committees; to implement an agreement between the state and the employee organization representing the members of the security super- visors 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 i of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law is REPEALED and a new paragraph i is added to read as follows: I. PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE AND AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO ARTICLE FOURTEEN OF THIS CHAPTER COVERING MEMBERS OF THE COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING UNIT DESIGNATED AS SECURITY SUPERVISORS WHO ARE EMPLOYED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION AND ARE DESIGNATED AS PEACE OFFI- CERS PURSUANT TO SUBDIVISION TWENTY-FIVE OF SECTION 2.10 OF THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LAW, EFFECTIVE ON THE DATES INDICATED, SALARY GRADES FOR POSI- TIONS IN THE COMPETITIVE, NON-COMPETITIVE AND LABOR CLASSES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: (1) EFFECTIVE APRIL SECOND, TWO THOUSAND NINE FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOY- EES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SIXTH, TWO THOUSAND NINE FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL:
SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE - ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 24429 25361 26293 27225 28157 29089 2 25239 26221 27203 28185 29167 30149 3 26371 27395 28419 29443 30467 31491 4 27459 28538 29617 30696 31775 32854 5 28655 29790 30925 32060 33195 34330 6 30042 31236 32430 33624 34818 36012 7 31618 32862 34106 35350 36594 37838 8 33277 34568 35859 37150 38441 39732 9 35013 36359 37705 39051 40397 41743 10 36876 38292 39708 41124 42540 43956 11 38928 40401 41874 43347 44820 46293 12 40971 42508 44045 45582 47119 48656 13 43286 44893 46500 48107 49714 51321 14 45647 47331 49015 50699 52383 54067 15 48148 49900 51652 53404 55156 56908 16 50741 52571 54401 56231 58061 59891 17 53468 55396 57324 59252 61180 63108 18 56382 58406 60430 62454 64478 66502 19 59337 61451 63565 65679 67793 69907 20 62270 64479 66688 68897 71106 73315 21 65499 67802 70105 72408 74711 77014 22 68881 71321 73761 76201 78641 81081 23 72486 74996 77506 80016 82526 85036 24 76287 78891 81495 84099 86703 89307 25 80418 83133 85848 88563 91278 93993 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 30021 932 31413 32806 35505 36897 2 31131 982 32604 34077 36856 38331 3 32515 1024 34052 35589 38430 39969 4 33933 1079 35550 37165 40087 41702 5 35465 1135 37166 38865 41872 43572 6 37206 1194 38997 40787 43886 45678 7 39082 1244 40944 42805 45974 47836 8 41023 1291 42958 44894 48132 50069 9 43089 1346 45113 47134 50464 52486 10 45372 1416 47492 49610 53034 55155 11 47766 1473 49972 52179 55692 57899 12 50193 1537 52502 54814 58426 60734 13 52928 1607 55333 57738 61449 63854 14 55751 1684 58270 60791 64615 67136 15 58660 1752 61284 63912 67839 70463 16 61721 1830 64465 67209 71256 73998 17 65036 1928 67923 70807 75000 77886 18 68526 2024 71560 74598 78936 81972
19 72021 2114 75189 78356 82830 85997 20 75524 2209 78840 82155 86774 90090 21 79317 2303 82774 86227 90987 94442 22 83521 2440 87175 90830 95787 99442 23 87546 2510 91311 95077 100145 103910 24 91911 2604 95813 99715 104924 108826 25 96708 2715 100778 104844 110221 114290 (2) EFFECTIVE APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND TEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYERS ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-FIFTH, TWO THOUSAND TEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE - ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 25406 26375 27344 28313 29282 30251 2 26249 27270 28291 29312 30333 31354 3 27426 28491 29556 30621 31686 32751 4 28557 29679 30801 31923 33045 34167 5 29801 30982 32163 33344 34525 35706 6 31244 32486 33728 34970 36212 37454 7 32883 34177 35471 36765 38059 39353 8 34608 35951 37294 38637 39980 41323 9 36414 37814 39214 40614 42014 43414 10 38351 39824 41297 42770 44243 45716 11 40485 42017 43549 45081 46613 48145 12 42610 44209 45808 47407 49006 50605 13 45017 46688 48359 50030 51701 53372 14 47473 49224 50975 52726 54477 56228 15 50074 51896 53718 55540 57362 59184 16 52771 54674 56577 58480 60383 62286 17 55607 57612 59617 61622 63627 65632 18 58637 60742 62847 64952 67057 69162 19 61710 63909 66108 68307 70506 72705 20 64761 67058 69355 71652 73949 76246 21 68119 70514 72909 75304 77699 80094 22 71636 74174 76712 79250 81788 84326 23 75385 77996 80607 83218 85829 88440 24 79338 82046 84754 87462 90170 92878 25 83635 86459 89283 92107 94931 97755 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 31220 969 32668 34116 36923 38371 2 32375 1021 33907 35439 38329 39863 3 33816 1065 35414 37013 39968 41568 4 35289 1122 36971 38650 41689 43369 5 36887 1181 38656 40423 43550 45318 6 38696 1242 40559 42420 45643 47507
7 40647 1294 42583 44519 47815 49751 8 42666 1343 44678 46692 50059 52074 9 44814 1400 46919 49021 52484 54587 10 47189 1473 49394 51597 55157 57363 11 49677 1532 51971 54267 57920 60215 12 52204 1599 54605 57010 60766 63167 13 55043 1671 57544 60045 63905 66406 14 57979 1751 60599 63221 67198 69819 15 61006 1822 63735 66468 70552 73281 16 64189 1903 67043 69897 74105 76957 17 67637 2005 70639 73639 78000 81001 18 71267 2105 74422 77582 82093 85251 19 74904 2199 78199 81492 86145 89439 20 78543 2297 81992 85439 90243 93692 21 82489 2395 86084 89675 94626 98219 22 86864 2538 90664 94465 99621 103422 23 91051 2611 94967 98883 104154 108070 24 95586 2708 99644 103702 109120 113178 25 100579 2824 104812 109040 114633 118864 (3) EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SEVENTH, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE APRIL THIRD, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE - ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 25914 26902 27890 28878 29866 30854 2 26774 27816 28858 29900 30942 31984 3 27975 29061 30147 31233 32319 33405 4 29128 30273 31418 32563 33708 34853 5 30397 31602 32807 34012 35217 36422 6 31869 33136 34403 35670 36937 38204 7 33541 34861 36181 37501 38821 40141 8 35300 36670 38040 39410 40780 42150 9 37142 38570 39998 41426 42854 44282 10 39118 40621 42124 43627 45130 46633 11 41295 42858 44421 45984 47547 49110 12 43462 45093 46724 48355 49986 51617 13 45917 47622 49327 51032 52737 54442 14 48422 50208 51994 53780 55566 57352 15 51075 52934 54793 56652 58511 60370 16 53826 55767 57708 59649 61590 63531 17 56719 58764 60809 62854 64899 66944 18 59810 61957 64104 66251 68398 70545 19 62944 65187 67430 69673 71916 74159 20 66056 68399 70742 73085 75428 77771 21 69481 71924 74367 76810 79253 81696 22 73069 75658 78247 80836 83425 86014 23 76893 79556 82219 84882 87545 90208
24 80925 83687 86449 89211 91973 94735 25 85308 88189 91070 93951 96832 99713 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 31842 988 33319 34796 37659 39136 2 33026 1042 34589 36151 39099 40664 3 34491 1086 36121 37752 40766 42398 4 35998 1145 37714 39426 42526 44240 5 37627 1205 39431 41234 44423 46227 6 39471 1267 41371 43269 46557 48458 7 41461 1320 43436 45410 48772 50747 8 43520 1370 45572 47627 51061 53116 9 45710 1428 47857 50001 53533 55678 10 48136 1503 50385 52632 56263 58513 11 50673 1563 53013 55355 59081 61422 12 53248 1631 55697 58150 61981 64430 13 56147 1705 58698 61249 65186 67737 14 59138 1786 61810 64485 68541 71215 15 62229 1859 65013 67800 71966 74750 16 65472 1941 68383 71294 75586 78495 17 68989 2045 72051 75111 79559 82620 18 72692 2147 75910 79133 83735 86956 19 76402 2243 79763 83122 87868 91228 20 80114 2343 83632 87148 92048 95566 21 84139 2443 87806 91469 96519 100184 22 88603 2589 92479 96356 101615 105492 23 92871 2663 96865 100860 106236 110230 24 97497 2762 101636 105775 111302 115441 25 102594 2881 106912 111224 116929 121245 (4) EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SIXTH, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE APRIL SECOND, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE - ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 26432 27440 28448 29456 30464 31472 2 27309 28372 29435 30498 31561 32624 3 28535 29643 30751 31859 32967 34075 4 29711 30879 32047 33215 34383 35551 5 31005 32234 33463 34692 35921 37150 6 32506 33798 35090 36382 37674 38966 7 34212 35558 36904 38250 39596 40942 8 36006 37403 38800 40197 41594 42991 9 37885 39342 40799 42256 43713 45170 10 39900 41433 42966 44499 46032 47565
11 42121 43715 45309 46903 48497 50091 12 44331 45995 47659 49323 50987 52651 13 46835 48574 50313 52052 53791 55530 14 49390 51212 53034 54856 56678 58500 15 52097 53993 55889 57785 59681 61577 16 54903 56883 58863 60843 62823 64803 17 57853 59939 62025 64111 66197 68283 18 61006 63196 65386 67576 69766 71956 19 64203 66491 68779 71067 73355 75643 20 67377 69767 72157 74547 76937 79327 21 70871 73363 75855 78347 80839 83331 22 74530 77171 79812 82453 85094 87735 23 78431 81147 83863 86579 89295 92011 24 82544 85361 88178 90995 93812 96629 25 87014 89953 92892 95831 98770 101709 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 32480 1008 33987 35493 38413 39920 2 33687 1063 35281 36875 39881 41478 3 35183 1108 36846 38509 41584 43248 4 36719 1168 38469 40216 43378 45126 5 38379 1229 40219 42058 45311 47151 6 40258 1292 42196 44132 47486 49425 7 42288 1346 44303 46316 49745 51760 8 44388 1397 46481 48577 52080 54176 9 46627 1457 48817 51004 54606 56794 10 49098 1533 51392 53684 57388 59683 11 51685 1594 54072 56461 60261 62649 12 54315 1664 56813 59315 63223 65721 13 57269 1739 59871 62473 66489 69091 14 60322 1822 63047 65776 69913 72641 15 63473 1896 66313 69155 73405 76244 16 66783 1980 69752 72721 77099 80066 17 70369 2086 73492 76613 81150 84273 18 74146 2190 77428 80716 85410 88695 19 77931 2288 81359 84785 89626 93054 20 81717 2390 85305 88892 93890 97478 21 85823 2492 89563 93300 98451 102189 22 90376 2641 94330 98284 103648 107603 23 94727 2716 98801 102876 108359 112433 24 99446 2817 103668 107890 113527 117749 25 104648 2939 109052 113451 119270 123672 S 2. Paragraph b of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law is REPEALED and a new paragraph b is added to read as follows: B. PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE AND AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO ARTICLE FOURTEEN OF THIS CHAPTER COVERING MEMBERS OF THE COLLECTING NEGOTIATING UNIT DESIGNATED AS SECURITY SUPERVISORS WHO ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR BINDING INTEREST ARBI- TRATION PURSUANT TO SUBDIVISION FOUR OF SECTION TWO HUNDRED NINE OF THIS CHAPTER, SALARY GRADES FOR POSITIONS IN THE COMPETITIVE, NON-COMPETITIVE AND LABOR CLASSES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
(1) EFFECTIVE APRIL SECOND, TWO THOUSAND NINE FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOY- EES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SIXTH, TWO THOUSAND NINE FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 21404 22312 23220 24128 25036 25944 2 22193 23149 24105 25061 26017 26973 3 23298 24295 25292 26289 27286 28283 4 24355 25406 26457 27508 28559 29610 5 25520 26623 27726 28829 29932 31035 6 26869 28032 29195 30358 31521 32684 7 28403 29612 30821 32030 33239 34448 8 30017 31273 32529 33785 35041 36297 9 31706 33017 34328 35639 36950 38261 10 33520 34898 36276 37654 39032 40410 11 35515 36949 38383 39817 41251 42685 12 37505 39002 40499 41996 43493 44990 13 39758 41321 42884 44447 46010 47573 14 42057 43696 45335 46974 48613 50252 15 44490 46195 47900 49605 51310 53015 16 47013 48796 50579 52362 54145 55928 17 49669 51546 53423 55300 57177 59054 18 52504 54475 56446 58417 60388 62359 19 55380 57437 59494 61551 63608 65665 20 58234 60384 62534 64684 66834 68984 21 61379 63620 65861 68102 70343 72584 22 64668 67042 69416 71790 74164 76538 23 68178 70620 73062 75504 77946 80388 24 71876 74411 76946 79481 82016 84551 25 75897 78539 81181 83823 86465 89107 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 26852 908 28491 29933 32537 33979 2 27929 956 29662 31187 33863 35388 3 29280 997 31088 32679 35410 37002 4 30661 1051 32690 34233 37039 38582 5 32138 1103 34138 35895 38776 40535 6 33847 1163 35953 37809 40771 42627 7 35657 1209 37847 39774 42799 44726 8 37553 1256 39828 41832 44921 46924 9 39572 1311 41950 44043 47215 49307 10 41788 1378 44279 46475 49729 51923 11 44119 1434 46714 48998 52333 54617 12 46487 1497 49203 51592 55017 57408 13 49136 1563 51964 54453 57966 60456
14 51891 1639 54854 57463 61078 63687 15 54720 1705 57806 60522 64233 66950 16 57711 1783 60937 63777 67590 70429 17 60931 1877 64327 67313 71259 74246 18 64330 1971 67899 71041 75120 78264 19 67722 2057 71448 74727 78924 82204 20 71134 2150 75033 78462 82794 86224 21 74825 2241 78889 82466 86919 90495 22 78912 2374 83210 86989 91624 95404 23 82830 2442 87257 91154 95885 99783 24 87086 2535 91675 95713 100571 104610 25 91749 2642 96534 100746 105751 109962 (2) EFFECTIVE APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND TEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-FIFTH, TWO THOUSAND TEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 22260 23204 24148 25092 26036 26980 2 23081 24075 25069 26063 27057 28051 3 24230 25267 26304 27341 28378 29415 4 25329 26422 27515 28608 29701 30794 5 26541 27688 28835 29982 31129 32276 6 27944 29154 30364 31574 32784 33994 7 29539 30796 32053 33310 34567 35824 8 31218 32524 33830 35136 36442 37748 9 32974 34338 35702 37066 38430 39794 10 34861 36294 37727 39160 40593 42026 11 36936 38427 39918 41409 42900 44391 12 39005 40562 42119 43676 45233 46790 13 41348 42974 44600 46226 47852 49478 14 43739 45444 47149 48854 50559 52264 15 46270 48043 49816 51589 53362 55135 16 48894 50748 52602 54456 56310 58164 17 51656 53608 55560 57512 59464 61416 18 54604 56654 58704 60754 62804 64854 19 57595 59734 61873 64012 66151 68290 20 60563 62799 65035 67271 69507 71743 21 63834 66165 68496 70827 73158 75489 22 67255 69724 72193 74662 77131 79600 23 70905 73445 75985 78525 81065 83605 24 74751 77387 80023 82659 85295 87931 25 78933 81681 84429 87177 89925 92673 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR
JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 27924 944 29629 31128 33836 35336 2 29045 994 30847 32433 35216 36802 3 30452 1037 32332 33987 36827 38483 4 31887 1093 33997 35602 38520 40125 5 33423 1147 35503 37330 40327 42156 6 35204 1210 37394 39324 42405 44335 7 37081 1257 39359 41363 44509 46513 8 39054 1306 41420 43504 46717 48800 9 41158 1364 43631 45808 49107 51282 10 43459 1433 46050 48333 51718 53999 11 45882 1491 48581 50956 54425 56800 12 48347 1557 51172 53656 57218 59705 13 51104 1626 54045 56634 60287 62877 14 53969 1705 57051 59764 63523 66237 15 56908 1773 60117 62942 66802 69627 16 60018 1854 63373 66327 70292 73245 17 63368 1952 66900 70005 74109 77216 18 66904 2050 70616 73883 78126 81395 19 70429 2139 74304 77714 82079 85490 20 73979 2236 78034 81600 86105 89673 21 77820 2331 82047 85767 90398 94117 22 82069 2469 86539 90469 95289 99221 23 86145 2540 90749 94802 99722 103776 24 90567 2636 95340 99539 104591 108792 25 95421 2748 100397 104778 109983 114363 (3) EFFECTIVE MARCH THIRTY-FIRST, TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE MARCH THIRTY-FIRST, TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 23335 24279 25223 26167 27111 28055 2 24156 25150 26144 27138 28132 29126 3 25305 26342 27379 28416 29453 30490 4 26404 27497 28590 29683 30776 31869 5 27616 28763 29910 31057 32204 33351 6 29019 30229 31439 32649 33859 35069 7 30614 31871 33128 34385 35642 36899 8 32293 33599 34905 36211 37517 38823 9 34049 35413 36777 38141 39505 40869 10 35936 37369 38802 40235 41668 43101 11 38011 39502 40993 42484 43975 45466 12 40080 41637 43194 44751 46308 47865 13 42423 44049 45675 47301 48927 50553 14 44814 46519 48224 49929 51634 53339 15 47345 49118 50891 52664 54437 56210
16 49969 51823 53677 55531 57385 59239 17 52731 54683 56635 58587 60539 62491 18 55679 57729 59779 61829 63879 65929 19 58670 60809 62948 65087 67226 69365 20 61638 63874 66110 68346 70582 72818 21 64909 67240 69571 71902 74233 76564 22 68330 70799 73268 75737 78206 80675 23 71980 74520 77060 79600 82140 84680 24 75826 78462 81098 83734 86370 89006 25 80008 82756 85504 88252 91000 93748 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 28999 944 30704 32203 34911 36411 2 30120 994 31922 33508 36291 37877 3 31527 1037 33407 35062 37902 39558 4 32962 1093 35072 36677 39595 41200 5 34498 1147 36578 38405 41402 43231 6 36279 1210 38469 40399 43480 45410 7 38156 1257 40434 42438 45584 47588 8 40129 1306 42495 44579 47792 49875 9 42233 1364 44706 46883 50182 52357 10 44534 1433 47125 49408 52793 55074 11 46957 1491 49656 52031 55500 57875 12 49422 1557 52247 54731 58293 60780 13 52179 1626 55120 57709 61362 63952 14 55044 1705 58126 60839 64598 67312 15 57983 1773 61192 64017 67877 70702 16 61093 1854 64448 67402 71367 74320 17 64443 1952 67975 71080 75184 78291 18 67979 2050 71691 74958 79201 82470 19 71504 2139 75379 78789 83154 86565 20 75054 2236 79109 82675 87180 90748 21 78895 2331 83122 86842 91473 95192 22 83144 2469 87614 91544 96364 100296 23 87220 2540 91824 95877 100797 104851 24 91642 2636 96415 100614 105666 109867 25 96496 2748 101472 105853 111058 115438 (4) EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SEVENTH, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE APRIL THIRD, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 23802 24765 25728 26691 27654 28617
2 24639 25653 26667 27681 28695 29709 3 25811 26869 27927 28985 30043 31101 4 26932 28047 29162 30277 31392 32507 5 28168 29338 30508 31678 32848 34018 6 29599 30833 32067 33301 34535 35769 7 31226 32508 33790 35072 36354 37636 8 32939 34271 35603 36935 38267 39599 9 34730 36121 37512 38903 40294 41685 10 36655 38117 39579 41041 42503 43965 11 38771 40292 41813 43334 44855 46376 12 40882 42470 44058 45646 47234 48822 13 43271 44930 46589 48248 49907 51566 14 45710 47449 49188 50927 52666 54405 15 48292 50101 51910 53719 55528 57337 16 50968 52859 54750 56641 58532 60423 17 53786 55777 57768 59759 61750 63741 18 56793 58884 60975 63066 65157 67248 19 59843 62025 64207 66389 68571 70753 20 62871 65152 67433 69714 71995 74276 21 69697 68585 70963 73341 75719 78097 22 69967 72215 74733 77251 79769 82287 23 73420 76011 78602 81193 83784 86375 24 77343 80032 82721 85410 88099 90788 25 81608 84411 87214 90017 92820 95623 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 29580 963 31319 32848 35610 37140 2 30723 1014 32561 34179 37017 38635 3 32159 1058 34077 35765 38662 40351 4 33622 1115 35774 37411 40388 42025 5 35188 1170 37310 39173 42230 44096 6 37003 1234 39237 41205 44348 46317 7 38918 1282 41242 43286 46495 48539 8 40931 1332 43344 45470 48747 50872 9 43076 1391 45598 47819 51184 53402 10 45427 1462 48070 50398 53851 56178 11 47897 1521 50650 53072 56611 59033 12 50410 1588 53292 55825 59458 61995 13 53225 1659 56225 58866 62592 65233 14 56144 1739 59288 62055 65889 68657 15 59146 1809 62419 65301 69238 72119 16 62314 1891 65736 68749 72793 75806 17 65732 1991 69335 72502 76688 79857 18 69339 2091 73125 76458 80785 84120 19 72935 2182 76888 80366 84818 88297 20 76557 2281 80693 84330 88926 92565 21 80475 2378 84787 88581 93305 97098 22 84805 2518 89364 93373 98289 102300 23 88966 2591 93662 97796 102815 106950 24 93477 2689 98345 102628 107781 112067 25 98426 2803 103502 107970 113279 117747
(5) EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SIXTH, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE APRIL SECOND, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL: SECURITY SUPERVISORS SALARY SCHEDULE NON-ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY 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 24278 25260 26242 27224 28206 29188 2 25132 26166 27200 28234 29268 30302 3 26327 27406 28485 29564 30643 31722 4 27471 28608 29745 30882 32019 33156 5 28731 29925 31119 32313 33507 34701 6 30191 31450 32709 33968 35227 36486 7 31851 33159 34467 35775 37083 38391 8 33598 34957 36316 37675 39034 40393 9 35425 36844 38263 39682 41101 42520 10 37388 38879 40370 41861 43352 44843 11 39546 41098 42650 44202 45754 47306 12 41700 43320 44940 46560 48180 49800 13 44136 45828 47520 49212 50904 52596 14 46624 48398 50172 51946 53720 55494 15 49258 51103 52948 54793 56638 58483 16 51987 53916 55845 57774 59703 61632 17 54862 56893 58924 60955 62986 65017 18 57929 60062 62195 64328 66461 68594 19 61040 63266 65492 67718 69944 72170 20 64128 66455 68782 71109 73436 75763 21 67531 69957 72383 74809 77235 79661 22 71091 73659 76227 78795 81363 83931 23 74888 77531 80174 82817 85460 88103 24 78890 81633 84376 87119 89862 92605 25 83240 86099 88958 91817 94676 97535 LONG MAX. 10-YR 15-YR 20-YR 25-YR JOB PERF. LONG LONG LONG LONG SG RATE ADV. STEP STEP STEP STEP 1 30170 982 31944 33503 36321 37881 2 31336 1034 33211 34861 37756 39406 3 32801 1079 34757 36479 39434 41157 4 34293 1137 36488 38158 41194 42864 5 35895 1194 38059 39960 43078 44981 6 37745 1259 40024 42031 45237 47245 7 39699 1308 42069 44154 47428 49512 8 41752 1359 44213 46382 49724 51892 9 43939 1419 46511 48777 52209 54472 10 46334 1491 49030 51404 54926 57300 11 48858 1552 51666 54137 57746 60217 12 51420 1620 54360 56943 60649 63237 13 54288 1692 57348 60042 63842 66536
14 57268 1774 60475 63297 67208 70031 15 60328 1845 63666 66606 70622 73560 16 63561 1929 67051 70125 74250 77323 17 67048 2031 70723 73953 78223 81456 18 70727 2133 74589 77988 82402 85804 19 74396 2226 78428 81976 86517 90065 20 78090 2327 82309 86018 90706 94418 21 82087 2426 86485 90355 95174 99042 22 86499 2568 91149 95238 100253 104344 23 90746 2643 95536 99753 104872 109090 24 95348 2743 100313 104682 109938 114310 25 100394 2859 105572 110129 115544 120101 S 3. Subdivision 2-a of section 207-a of the state finance law, as amended by chapter 152 of the laws of 2010, is amended to read as follows: 2-a. Where and to the extent that an agreement between the state and an employee organization entered into pursuant to article fourteen of the civil service law or an interest arbitration award issued pursuant to subdivision four of section two hundred nine of the civil service law so provides on behalf of employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as the security supervisors unit established pursuant to article fourteen of the civil service law, and upon audit and warrant of the comptroller, the director shall provide for the payment of moneys to such employee organization for the establishment and maintenance of an employee benefit fund established by the employee organization for the employees in the negotiating unit covered by the controlling provision of such agreement providing for such employee benefit fund, such amount to be determined consistent with said agreement on the basis of the number of full-time annual salaried employees, as determined by the comptroller, on the payroll on the last day of the payroll period in which March first, two thousand [seven] NINE falls for payments to be made on April first, two thousand [seven] NINE and, on the last day of the payroll period in which March first, two thousand [eight] TEN falls for payments to be made on April first, two thousand [eight] TEN AND, ON THE LAST DAY OF THE PAYROLL PERIOD IN WHICH MARCH FIRST, TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN FALLS FOR PAYMENTS TO BE MADE ON APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN AND, ON THE LAST DAY OF THE PAYROLL PERIOD IN WHICH MARCH FIRST, TWO THOUSAND TWELVE FALLS FOR PAYMENTS TO BE MADE ON APRIL FIRST, TWO THOU- SAND TWELVE AND, ON THE LAST DAY OF THE PAYROLL PERIOD IN WHICH MARCH FIRST, TWO THOUSAND THIRTEEN FALLS FOR PAYMENTS TO BE MADE ON APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND THIRTEEN AND, ON THE LAST DAY OF THE PAYROLL PERIOD IN WHICH MARCH FIRST, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN FALLS FOR PAYMENTS TO BE MADE ON APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN AND, ON THE LAST DAY OF THE PAYROLL PERIOD IN WHICH MARCH FIRST, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN FALLS FOR PAYMENTS TO BE MADE ON APRIL FIRST, TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN. The amount, which will be determined pursuant to this section, for employees who are paid from special or administrative funds, other than the general fund or the capital projects fund of the state, will be paid from the appro- priations as provided by law, in which case the comptroller will estab- lish procedures to ensure repayment from said special or administrative funds. The director may enter into an agreement with an employee organ- ization which sets forth the specific terms and conditions of the estab- lishment and administration of an employee benefit fund as a condition for the transmittal of moneys pursuant to this section. Such agreement shall provide that any contributions paid to the employee organization
for the establishment and maintenance of the employee benefit fund pursuant to this section on behalf of eligible members of this unit shall be offset by contributions already made on behalf of those members in each of the covered years, where applicable. S 4. Subdivision 15 of section 7 of chapter 15 of the laws of 2012 amending the civil service law and other laws relating to compensation and benefits of certain state officers and employees is amended to read as follows: 15. 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, employees serving on a part-time or seasonal basis and employees paid on any basis other than at an annual salaried rate; except that the provisions of subdivision EIGHT, eleven, twelve, or thirteen 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. S 5. Uniform allowance for certain members of the security services collective negotiating unit. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, effective April 1, 2012, where and to the extent that an agreement between the state and an employee organization entered into pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law so provides for certain members of the security services collective negotiating unit who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law, and who are seasonal and part-time employees other than those in annual salaried positions, a uniform allowance shall continue to be paid in accordance with the terms of such agreement. S 6. Compensation for members of the collective negotiating unit designated as security supervisors pursuant to an agreement between the state of New York and the employee organization representing such indi- viduals. 1. The provisions of this section shall apply to all full-time annual salaried officers and employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as the security supervisors unit established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law except where the provisions of this section specifically reference certain employees and therefore such provisions shall apply to the employees so referenced. 2. Effective April 1, 2009, the basic annual salary of all officers and employees in the security supervisors unit 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 all officers and employees in the security supervisors unit 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 officers and employees in the security supervisors unit who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law and who are in full-time annual salaried employ- ment status on March 30, 2011, shall be increased by one thousand seven- ty-five dollars to reflect the addition of the uniform cleaning and maintenance to base salary. 5. (a) Effective April 1, 2013, a lump sum payment of seven hundred seventy-five dollars shall be made to each employee in the security supervisors unit 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 organization representing employees in the secu- rity supervisors unit, 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 employee in the security supervi- sors unit 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 organization representing employees in the security supervisors unit, and (ii) in continuous service, as defined by para- graph (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 all officers and employees in the security supervisors unit 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 all officers and employees in the security supervisors unit 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 all annual-salaried officers and employees in the security supervisors unit who are entitled to such payments 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" or "an agreement"). 9. Effective April 1, 2009, pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering all full-time officer and employee members of the security supervisors unit, 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 i of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of this act, or paragraph b of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section two 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 the salary grade of his or her position on the effective dates of the increases provided by this section, respectively, for such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply on the institutional or administrative payroll,
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 of such salary grade as contained in either paragraph i of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of this act, or of paragraph b of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section two of this act, to take effect on the dates provided in either paragraph i of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of this act, or of paragraph b of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section two of this act. 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, six, and seven 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 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, employees serving on a part-time or seasonal basis and 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 direc- tor 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 annual-salaried 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 director 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 subdivi- sion, and a copy of each such certificate shall be filed with the state comptroller, 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 7. Additional compensation for all members of the security supervi- sors unit who are in full-time annual-salaried employment status. 1. In recognition of the general requirement for full-time annual salaried employees of the state in the security supervisors unit to assemble for briefing prior to the commencement of duties, where and to the extent an agreement 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. 2. Each such employee holding a position in the security supervisors unit shall be compensated for pre-shift briefing in accordance with the terms of the agreement covering certain members of the security supervi- sors unit. No payments authorized pursuant to this section and such negotiated agreement shall be made to an employee who is in non pay status for that day. 3. Any such additional compensation pursuant to this section 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 section or of any other law, such addi- tional compensation shall be in lieu of the continuation of any other additional compensation for such employees in recognition of pre-shift briefing. S 8. Command pay. 1. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering members of the collective negotiating unit designated as security super- visors who are eligible for interest arbitration and are full-time annu- al-salaried and are employed by the state department of corrections and community supervision and are designated as peace officers pursuant to subdivision 25 of section 2.10 of the criminal procedure law, and notwithstanding any law, rule, or regulation to the contrary, effective April 1, 2009, the corrections command pay received by these employees shall be increased by three percent to one thousand six hundred thirty- nine dollars. Effective April 1, 2010, the corrections command pay received by these employees shall be increased by four percent to one thousand seven hundred five dollars. 2. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement between the state and an employee organization entered into pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law covering members of the collecting negotiating unit desig- nated as security supervisors who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law, effective March 31, 2011, such members shall begin receiv- ing corrections command pay in the amount of one thousand seven hundred five dollars and this benefit shall be called security supervisors command pay rather than corrections command pay to reflect its applica- bility to both interest arbitration eligible members and those members not eligible for interest arbitration. 3. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement between the state and an employee organization entered into pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law covering members of the collecting negotiating unit desig- nated as security supervisors, effective April 1, 2014, security super- visors command pay shall be increased by two percent to one thousand seven hundred thirty-nine dollars. Effective April 1, 2015, security supervisors command pay shall be increased by two percent to one thou- sand seven hundred seventy-four dollars.
4. These payments 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. Ineligibility for additional compensation. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any employees of the state in the security supervisors unit 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 the agreement negotiated on behalf of such employees. S 10. Uniform allowance. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement cover- ing certain members of the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, and in recognition of the general requirement for employees in the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration to wear a uniform, each such employee who is on the payroll on the first day of November preceding the annual effective date shall receive an increase in the allowance for cleaning and maintenance to the rate of six hundred eighty-one dollars per year effective Decem- ber 1, 2009. This amount shall increase to the rate of 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 specified year. Effective March 31, 2011, the allowance for cleaning and mainte- nance 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 four of section six of this act. S 11. Location compensation for certain state officers and employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as security supervisors for arbitration ineligible members. 1. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbi- tration, and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, effective April 1, 2009, all members of the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and 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 loca- tional pay on May 23, 1985 shall receive locational pay at the rate of two hundred three dollars per year provided they continue to be other- wise eligible. 2. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbi- tration, and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, all members of the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration and are full-time annual-sa- laried 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 or in the county of Orange, Putnam or Dutchess shall receive locational compensation in the annual amounts as follows: Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Orange, Putnam or Dutchess Rockland or city of New York
4/1/2009 $1,591 $849 4/1/2010 $1,655 $883 4/1/2011 $1,655 $883 4/1/2012 $1,655 $883 4/1/2013 $1,655 $883 4/1/2014 $1,688 $901 4/1/2015 $1,722 $919 3. The locational compensation as set out in all subdivisions of this section shall be in addition to and shall not be a part of an employee'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. This payment will be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year. S 12. Location compensation for arbitration eligible members. 1. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security supervisors unit who are eligible for interest arbitration, and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, all members of this unit who are employed by the state department of corrections and community supervision as peace officers pursuant to subdivision 25 of section 2.10 of the criminal procedure law, and 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 comptroller, is located in the city of New York, or in the county of Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Rockland, Westchester, Nassau or Suffolk, shall receive locational compensation in the annual amounts as follows: Orange/Putnam/Dutchess NYC/Rockland/Westchester Nassau/Suffolk 4/1/2009 $1,231 $3,306 $3,379 4/1/2010 $1,280 $3,438 $3,514 2. The locational compensation as set out in all subdivisions of this section shall be in addition to and shall not be a part of an employee'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. This payment will be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods in each fiscal year. S 13. 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 supervisors unit, 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 supervisors unit 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 of this act or any other law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley developmental disabilities services office represented in the security supervisors unit who is receiving locational pay pursuant to said section twelve of this act shall continue to be eligible for such loca- tional 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 14. Facility security supervisor pay. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security supervisors 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, effective April 1, 2009, such eligible members of the secu- rity supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration shall receive an increase of three percent to five hundred forty-six dollars annually, in recognition of their facility security supervisory respon- sibilities. Effective April 1, 2010, this payment shall be increased by four percent to five hundred sixty-eight dollars for any such eligible members of the security supervisors unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration. 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, this payment shall be eliminated. S 15. Security enforcement differential. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security supervisors 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, effective April 1, 2009, such eligible members shall receive an increase by three percent to six hundred eighty-two dollars. Effective April 1, 2010, the security enforcement differential shall be increased by four percent 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, this payment shall be eliminated. S 16. Inconvenience pay program for arbitration ineligible employees. Pursuant to chapter 333 of the laws of 1969, as amended, and an agree- ment covering certain members of the security supervisors 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, 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 17. Inconvenience pay program for arbitration eligible employees. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering certain members of the security supervisors unit who are eligible for interest arbitration and who are employed by the state department of corrections and community supervision and are designated as peace officers pursuant to subdivision 25 of section 2.10 of the criminal procedure law, effective April 1, 2009, the inconvenience pay paid to unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply who work the evening shift as defined by the indi- vidual facilities within the department of corrections and community supervision, shall increase by three percent to one thousand eight hundred fifty-four dollars per year to be paid in equal bi-weekly installments for work on such shift. Effective April 1, 2010, this amount shall be increased by four percent to one thousand nine hundred twenty-eight dollars. Effective April 1, 2009, the inconvenience pay paid to unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply who work the night shift as defined by the individual facilities within the department of corrections and community supervision shall be increased by three percent to nine hundred twenty-seven dollars per year to be paid in equal bi-weekly installments for work on such shift. Effective April 1, 2010, this amount shall be increased by four percent to nine hundred sixty-four dollars. S 18. Dependent care deductions. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, where and to the extent that an agreement so provides on behalf of employees in the security supervi- sors unit, the state shall contribute an amount designated in such agreement and for the period covered by such agreement to the accounts of such employees enrolled for dependent care deductions pursuant to section 201-a of the state finance law. Such amounts shall be from funds appropriated in this act and shall not be part of basic annual salary for overtime and retirement purposes. S 19. Statewide joint labor-management committee. During the period April 1, 2012 through March 31, 2016, there shall be a statewide joint labor-management committee continued and administered pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering employees in the security supervisors unit which shall, within the amounts available therefor, study and make recommendations concerning major issues of health insurance, employee assistance, work-life services, family benefits, performance evaluation, education and training and provide for the implementation of the terms of agreements of such committee. S 20. Grievance and arbitration settlements and awards. Notwithstand- ing any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the appro- priations 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 to employees of the security supervisors unit covered by the terms of the agreement referenced in sections seven and eight of this act. S 21. Salaries of employees hired on or after September 1, 1992. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contra- ry, and where and to the extent an agreement covering employees in the security supervisors unit so provides, the salaries of employees newly hired on or after September 1, 1992 into state service in positions within said negotiating unit shall not be subject to the provisions of subdivision 2-a of section 200 of the state finance law.
S 22. Collective negotiation agreement. The salary increases and benefit modifications provided for by this act for state employees in the security supervisors unit shall not be implemented until the direc- tor 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 procedure of the employee organization certified pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law to represent such collective negotiating unit. S 23. 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 all members of the security supervisors unit, including those who are employed by the state department of corrections and community super- vision and are peace officers pursuant to subdivision 25 of section 2.10 of the criminal procedure law, and those who are ineligible for interest arbitration, shall be added to the salary of such member at the begin- ning 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 the 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 deter- mining the salary of such unit members upon reclassification, reallo- cation, 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 twenty-four of this act. S 24. 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 and other compensation due to 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 therefor, shall be entitled to a lump sum payment for the difference between the salary to which such incumbent is entitled for such services and the compen- sation actually received therefor. Such lump sum payment shall be made in one payment in accordance with the terms of the agreement between the state and the employee organization representing the members of the security supervisors unit. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, no member of the security supervisors unit to whom the provisions of this act apply shall be entitled to, or owed, any interest or other penalty for any reason on any monies due to such member pursuant to the terms of this act and the terms of the agreement covering employees in the security supervisors unit. S 25. 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 are insufficient to accomplish the purposes herein set forth, the director of the budget is authorized to allocate to the various departments and agencies, from any appropriations available, 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 26. 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 $552,000 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 twenty-eight of this act. S 27. 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 $669,000 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 twenty-eight of this act. S 28. Appropriations. Notwithstanding any provision of the state finance law or any other provision of law to the contrary, the several amounts as hereinafter set forth in this section, 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 April 1, 2012 in addition to liabilities or obligations associated with the state fiscal year commencing April 1, 2012. For this purpose, these appropriations shall remain in full force and effect for the payment of liabilities incurred on or before 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 budget and a copy of such certificate or any amendment thereto has been filed with the state comptroller, the chairperson of the senate finance committee and the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee. ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 Personal Service Personal service ............................ 11,087,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe benefits ................................ 920,000 Employee training and development ............... 21,000 Quality of work life committee .................. 15,000
Family benefits committee ....................... 14,000 Employee assistant program ....................... 4,000 Contract administration ......................... 50,000 Employee benefit fund ........................... 93,000 Legal defense fund ............................... 5,000 Management directed training .................... 14,000 Organizational alcoholism program ................ 6,000 Joint Committee on Health Benefits ............... 7,000 Special Revenue Funds - Other Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Personal Service Personal service ............................... 929,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe benefits ................................ 480,000 Special Revenue Federal Federal Unemployment Insurance Administration - 480 Personal Service Personal service ................................ 15,000 Nonpersonal Service Fringe benefits .................................. 8,000 S 29. 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 i of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law is REPEALED and replaced by a new paragraph i reflect- ing the new salary schedule negotiated between the state and employee organization representing employees in the security supervisors negoti- ating unit established by article 14 of the civil service law. Paragraph b of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law is REPEALED and replaced by a new paragraph b reflecting the new salary schedule negotiated between the state and employee organization repres- enting employees in the security supervisors negotiating unit estab- lished by article 14 of the civil service law.

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