senate Bill S7614

Signed By Governor
2011-2012 Legislative Session

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

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Jul 18, 2012 signed chap.257
Jul 06, 2012 delivered to governor
Jun 18, 2012 returned to senate
passed assembly
ordered to third reading rules cal.337
substituted for a10607
Jun 12, 2012 referred to ways and means
delivered to assembly
passed senate
ordered to third reading cal.1160
Jun 07, 2012 referred to rules

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S7614 - Bill Details

See Assembly Version of this Bill:
A10607
Law Section:
Appropriations
Laws Affected:
Rpld §130 sub 1 ¶¶i & b, amd §130, Civ Serv L; amd §207-a, St Fin L; amd §7, Chap 15 of 2012

S7614 - Bill Texts

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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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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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                    S T A T E   O F   N E W   Y O R K
________________________________________________________________________

                                  7614

                            I N  S E N A T E

                              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:

 EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                      [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                           LBD12143-02-2

S. 7614                             2

    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

S. 7614                             3

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

S. 7614                             4

 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

S. 7614                             5

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

S. 7614                             6

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:

S. 7614                             7

  (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

S. 7614                             8

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

S. 7614                             9

    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

S. 7614                            10

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

S. 7614                            11

 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

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  (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

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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

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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

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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,

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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. 7614                            17

  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.

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  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

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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

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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

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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.

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  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

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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

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  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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