senate Bill S7747

Signed By Governor
2011-2012 Legislative Session

Relates to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of certain state correctional officers and certain other employees; appropriation; repealer

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Jul 18, 2012 signed chap.261
Jul 06, 2012 delivered to governor
Jun 20, 2012 returned to senate
passed assembly
ordered to third reading rules cal.504
substituted for a10720
referred to ways and means
delivered to assembly
passed senate
ordered to third reading cal.1404
Jun 17, 2012 referred to rules

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S7747 - Bill Details

See Assembly Version of this Bill:
A10720
Law Section:
Appropriations
Laws Affected:
Rpld & add §130 sub 1 ¶g, Civ Serv L; amd §207-a, St Fin L

S7747 - Bill Texts

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Relates to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of certain state correctional officers and certain other employees employed within the state department of corrections and community supervision; authorizes funding of joint labor-management committees; implements an agreement between the state and an employee organization.

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BILL NUMBER:S7747

TITLE OF BILL:
An act to amend the civil service law and the state finance law, in
relation to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of
employment of certain state correctional officers and certain other
employees employed within the state department of corrections and
community supervision; authorizing funding of joint labor-management
committees; implementing an agreement between the state and an
employee organization; making an appropriation therefor; and repealing
certain provisions of the civil service law relating thereto

PURPOSE OF BILL:
This bill would implement the provisions of an agreement ("Agreement")
binding the State of New York and the employee organization
("NYSCOPBA") representing full-time members of the Security Services
collective negotiating unit ("members of the unit" or "unit members")
who are employed within the State Department of Corrections and
Community Supervision ("DOCCS") and are designated as peace officers
pursuant to Criminal Procedure Law ("CPL") § 2.10 ("arbitration
eligible members").

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS:
Section 1 of the bill would repeal Civil Service Law ("CSL")
130(1)(g) and replace it with a new paragraph (g) to establish a new
salary schedule for members of the unit to reflect increases in basic
annual salary effective April 1, 2009, April 1, 2010, April 1, 2014
and April 1, 2015.

Section 2 of the bill would amend State Finance Law ("SFL") § 207-a(2)
to provide for payments to the Employee Benefit Fund for members of
the unit. For the periods April 1, 2009 to March 31, 2010, April 1,
2010 to March 31, 2011, April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012, and April 1,
2013 to March 31, 2013 such payment would be $40 for each member of
the unit for each year. Such payments would increase to $40.80 for
April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015 and to $41.62 for the period April 1,
2015 to March 31, 2016.

Section 3, subd. 1 of the bill would set forth the applicability of
the provisions of section 3 to members of the unit who are annual
salaried officers and employees.

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

Section 3, subd. 3 of the bill would provide for a 4% increase in the
basic annual salary of annual salaried members of the unit, effective
April 1, 2010.

Section 3, subd. 4 of the bill would provide for lump sum payments of
$775 on April 1, 2013 and $225 on April 1, 2014 for those annual
salaried members of the unit who are on the payroll on the date of
ratification and on the date of the first payment.


Section 3, subd. 5 of the bill would provide for a 2% increase in the
basic annual salary of annual salaried members of the unit, effective
April 1, 2014.

Section 3, subd. 6 of the bill would provide for a 2% increase in the
basic annual salary of annual salaried members of the unit, effective
April 1, 2015.

Section 3, subd. 7 of the bill would provide performance advancement
payments to annual salaried members of the unit, within their salary
grades, pursuant to CSL § 131(6) and the Agreement.

Section 3, subd. 8 of the bill would set the 10-year, 15-year,
20-year, and 25-year longevity step payments for annual salaried
members of the unit in accordance with the amounts prescribed by CSL
130(1)(g), as added by section 1 of this bill and the Agreement.

Section 3, subd. 9 of the bill would provide that where the salary of
an annual salaried member of the unit is identical to the hiring rate,
such member's basic annual salary would be increased to the
corresponding hiring rate, performance advance step, job rate or
longevity step as of April 1 of the same year for which increases are
provided in CSL § 130 (1) (g), as added by section 1 of this bill and
the Agreement.

Section 3, subd. 10 of the bill would provide that unencumbered or
newly created positions within the unit would be treated the same as
encumbered and currently existing positions, and that the Director of
the Budget may reduce the salary of any such position which is, or
becomes, vacant.

Section 3, subd. 11 of the bill would provide that the salary
increases payable pursuant to section 3 of the bill would apply on a
prorated basis to non-annual salaried members of the unit who are paid
on an hourly or per diem basis, who are serving on a part-time or
seasonal basis, or who are paid on any basis other than at an annual
salaried rate; except that the subdivisions 4, 7, 8, and 9 of section
3 of the bill would not apply to employees serving on an hourly, per
diem or seasonal basis, except as determined by the Director of the
Budget.

Section 3, subd. 12 of the bill would provide that the increases
payable pursuant to section 3 of the bill would not apply to members
of the unit who are paid on a fee schedule basis.

Section 3, subd. 13 of the bill would authorize the Director of the
Budget to apply the appropriate increases provided by section 3 of the
bill to annual salaried members of the unit who are in positions that
are not allocated to salary grades.

Section 3, subd. 14 of the bill would provide that any increase in
compensation may be withheld in whole or in part from any member of
the unit to whom section 3 of the bill applies where, in the opinion
of the Director of the Budget and the Director of Employee Relations,
such increase is not warranted or is not appropriate.


Section 4 of the bill would continue to provide additional
compensation to members of the unit, in accordance with a
determination made by a public arbitration panel, in recognition of
the general requirement for annual salaried employees to assemble for
briefing prior to the commencement of their duties. Each annual
salaried member of the unit would receive a minimum of $8 per day for
pre-shift briefing, or a minimum of $40 per week in the event of such
member's absence from work. Such compensation would be excluded from a
unit member's annual salary as overtime pay but included for
retirement purposes,

Section 5 of the bill would provide location pay for annual salaried
members of the unit. Unit members whose official work station is
located in New York City or in the counties of Nassau, Suffolk,
Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Putnam, or Dutchess would receive
location pay as follows:

ÑOrange/PutnamÑNYC/Rockl./Nassau/Suffolk/
Ñ/DutchessÑWestchester

April 1, 2009Ñ$1,231Ñ$3,306
April 1, 2010Ñ$1,280Ñ$3,438
April 1, 2011Ñ$1,280Ñ$3,438
April 1, 2012Ñ$1,280Ñ$3,438
April 1, 2013Ñ$1,280Ñ$3,438
April 1, 2014Ñ$1,280Ñ$3,438
April 1, 2015Ñ$1,280Ñ$3,438

Such payments would be equally divided over 26 payroll periods and
count as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes.

Section 6 of the bill would provide for annual inconvenience pay to
annual salaried members of the unit.

- Effective April 1, 2009, annual salaried members of the unit who
work the "evening shift" would be paid one thousand eight hundred
fifty-four dollars per year. Effective April 1, 2010, this amount
would be increased to one thousand nine hundred twenty-eight dollars.
Effective April 1, 2014, this amount would be increased to one
thousand nine hundred sixty-seven dollars. Effective April 1, 2015,
this amount shall be increased to two thousand six dollars.

- Effective April 1, 2009, annual salaried members of the unit who
work the "night shift" would be paid nine hundred twenty-seven dollars
per year. Effective April 1, 2010, this amount would be increased to
nine hundred sixty-four dollars. Effective April 1, 2014, this amount
would be increased to nine hundred eighty-three dollars. Effective
April 1, 2015, this amount would be increased to one thousand three
dollars.

Section 7 of the bill would provide annual salaried members of the
unit with expanded duty pay in the amount of two thousand six hundred
dollars per year, effective March 31, 2011. Payment for such
compensation would be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods of a
fiscal year. Compensation paid pursuant to this section would be
included as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes.


Section 8 of the bill would continue, for the period April 1, 2012
through March 31, 2016, a Statewide Joint Labor-Management Committee
to study various labor-related issues including health benefits,
employee assistance, performance evaluation, education and training,
quality of work life, and to provide for the implementation of the
terms of such agreements of such committee.

Section 9 of the bill would make available the appropriations
contained in the bill to continue the payment and publication of
grievance arbitration settlements and awards.

Section 10 of the bill would continue to exempt the salaries of newly
hired unit members from the imposition of the "salary deferral"
pursuant to SFL § 200(2-a).

Section 11 of the bill would provide that the salary increases,
benefit modifications, and other modifications to terms and conditions
of employment are not effective until the Director of Employee
Relations certifies that there is a ratified agreement in place.

Section 12 of the bill would set the date upon which incumbent members
of the unit would receive the salary increases provided by the
agreement.

Section 13 of the bill would provide that until payment is made
pursuant to this bill, members of the unit will receive payment
otherwise payable in their respective positions. When basic annual
salaries and other compensation items are first paid pursuant to this
bill, such members shall be entitled to a lump sum payment for the
difference between the salaries to which they were entitled since
April 1, 2009 and the compensation actually received in accordance
with the terms of the Agreement.

Section 14 of the bill would authorize the Comptroller to pay any
amounts required by the bill. To the extent that existing
appropriations available to any State department or agency are
insufficient to accomplish the purposes set forth in this section, the
Director of the Budget would be authorized to allocate to the various
departments and agencies the amounts necessary to make such payments.

Section 15 of the bill would appropriate monies to pay for personal
and non-personal services for members of the unit as provided in this
bill and in accordance with the terms of the Agreement.

Section 16 of the bill would provide that it takes effect immediately
and be deemed to have been in full force and effect on and after April
1, 2009.

EXISTING LAW:
L. 2009, c. 214 and L. 2010, c. 150 are the terms and conditions of
employment for members of the unit for the period April 1, 2007 to
March 31, 2009. CSL § 130(1)(g) establishes the current salary
schedules and longevity schedules for members of the unit. SFL
§207-a(2) establishes the current employee benefit fund for members of
the unit.

STATEMENT IN SUPPORT:


This bill is necessary to implement the terms of an agreement
collectively negotiated between the State of New York and NYSCOPBA,
the employee organization representing members of the Security
Services bargaining unit.

BUDGET IMPLICATIONS:
This bill would provide appropriations totaling approximately $339.4
million (General Fund of approximately $339.3 million) to pay for the
cost of the Agreement from April 1, 2009 through March 31, 2013. The
SFY 2012-13 financial plan accommodates the immediate and ongoing
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
________________________________________________________________________

    S. 7747                                                 A. 10720

                      S E N A T E - A S S E M B L Y

                              June 17, 2012
                               ___________

IN  SENATE  -- 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

IN ASSEMBLY -- Introduced by COMMITTEE ON RULES -- (at request of M.  of
  A.  Abbate)  -- (at request of the Governor) -- read once and referred
  to the Committee on Ways and Means

AN ACT to amend the civil service law and  the  state  finance  law,  in
  relation  to  compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of
  employment of certain state correctional officers  and  certain  other
  employees  employed  within  the  state  department of corrections and
  community supervision; authorizing funding of  joint  labor-management
  committees; implementing an agreement between the state and an employ-
  ee  organization;  making  an  appropriation  therefor;  and repealing
  certain provisions of the civil service law relating thereto

  THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND  ASSEM-
BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

  Section  1.  Paragraph  g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil
service law is REPEALED and a new  paragraph  g  is  added  to  read  as
follows:
  G.  PURSUANT  TO  THE  TERMS  OF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE AND AN
EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO ARTICLE FOURTEEN  OF  THE
CIVIL  SERVICE  LAW  COVERING MEMBERS OF THE COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING UNIT
DESIGNATED AS THE SECURITY SERVICES COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING UNIT WHO  ARE
EMPLOYED WITHIN THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPER-
VISION AND WHO ARE DESIGNATED AS PEACE OFFICERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.10
OF  THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LAW, EFFECTIVE ON THE DATES INDICATED, SALARY
GRADES FOR SUCH UNIT MEMBERS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
  (1) EFFECTIVE APRIL SECOND, TWO THOUSAND NINE FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOY-
EES ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE PAYROLL AND EFFECTIVE MARCH TWENTY-SIXTH,  TWO
THOUSAND NINE FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THE INSTITUTIONAL PAYROLL:

                    SECURITY SERVICES SALARY SCHEDULE
                        ARBITRATION ELIGIBLE ONLY

 EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                      [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                           LBD12163-04-2

S. 7747                             2                           A. 10720

            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  23964   24896     25828     26760     27692     28624
 2  24775   25757     26739     27721     28703     29685
 3  25908   26933     27958     28983     30008     31033
 4  26994   28075     29156     30237     31318     32399
 5  28191   29325     30459     31593     32727     33861
 6  29576   30771     31966     33161     34356     35551
 7  31153   32395     33637     34879     36121     37363
 8  32812   34102     35392     36682     37972     39262
 9  34547   35894     37241     38588     39935     41282
10  36413   37829     39245     40661     42077     43493
11  38463   39937     41411     42885     44359     45833
12  40505   42044     43583     45122     46661     48200
13  42821   44427     46033     47639     49245     50851
14  45183   46867     48551     50235     51919     53603
15  47684   49435     51186     52937     54688     56439
16  50277   52107     53937     55767     57597     59427
17  53002   54931     56860     58789     60718     62647
18  55918   57941     59964     61987     64010     66033
19  58873   60987     63101     65215     67329     69443
20  61805   64015     66225     68435     70645     72855
21  65034   67337     69640     71943     74246     76549
22  68416   70855     73294     75733     78172     80611
23  72024   74533     77042     79551     82060     84569
24  75823   78425     81027     83629     86231     88833
25  79954   82668     85382     88096     90810     93524

                                                    LONG
                                                    MAX.
                      10-YR     15-YR     20-YR     25-YR
    JOB     PERF.     LONG      LONG      LONG      LONG
SG  RATE    ADV.      STEP      STEP      STEP      STEP
 1  29556    932      31203     32652     35268     36718
 2  30667    982      32408     33942     36631     38164
 3  32058   1025      33874     35473     38217     39816
 4  33480   1081      35519     37072     39889     41441
 5  34995   1134      37005     38773     41666     43435
 6  36746   1195      38863     40727     43703     45566
 7  38605   1242      40806     42743     45782     47717
 8  40552   1290      42840     44852     47957     49970
 9  42629   1347      45021     47123     50309     52413
10  44909   1416      47414     49618     52888     55094
11  47307   1474      49914     52211     55562     57859
12  49739   1539      52469     54869     58312     60713
13  52457   1606      55300     57800     61333     63831
14  55287   1684      58265     60885     64518     67138
15  58190   1751      61292     64021     67748     70477
16  61257   1830      64498     67350     71186     74038
17  64576   1929      67987     70989     74954     77956
18  68056   2023      71642     74800     78899     82055
19  71557   2114      75301     78595     82813     86107
20  75065   2210      78982     82430     86780     90229

S. 7747                             3                           A. 10720

21  78852   2303      82935     86530     91007     94600
22  83050   2439      87369     91167     95826     99625
23  87078   2509      91528     95443    100199    104114
24  91435   2602      96045    100103    104987    109045
25  96238   2714     101046    105279    110309    114543
  (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 SERVICES 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  24923   25892     26861     27830     28799     29768
 2  25766   26787     27808     28829     29850     30871
 3  26944   28010     29076     30142     31208     32274
 4  28074   29198     30322     31446     32570     33694
 5  29319   30498     31677     32856     34035     35214
 6  30759   32002     33245     34488     35731     36974
 7  32399   33691     34983     36275     37567     38859
 8  34124   35466     36808     38150     39492     40834
 9  35929   37330     38731     40132     41533     42934
10  37870   39343     40816     42289     43762     45235
11  40002   41535     43068     44601     46134     47667
12  42125   43726     45327     46928     48529     50130
13  44534   46204     47874     49544     51214     52884
14  46990   48741     50492     52243     53994     55745
15  49591   51412     53233     55054     56875     58696
16  52288   54191     56094     57997     59900     61803
17  55122   57128     59134     61140     63146     65152
18  58155   60259     62363     64467     66571     68675
19  61228   63427     65626     67825     70024     72223
20  64277   66576     68875     71174     73473     75772
21  67635   70030     72425     74820     77215     79610
22  71153   73690     76227     78764     81301     83838
23  74905   77514     80123     82732     85341     87950
24  78856   81562     84268     86974     89680     92386
25  83152   85975     88798     91621     94444     97267

                                                    LONG
                                                    MAX.
                      10-YR     15-YR     20-YR     25-YR
    JOB     PERF.     LONG      LONG      LONG      LONG
SG  RATE    ADV.      STEP      STEP      STEP      STEP
 1  30737    969      32450     33957     36677     38185
 2  31892   1021      33703     35298     38095     39689
 3  33340   1066      35229     36892     39745     41408
 4  34818   1124      36939     38554     41483     43097
 5  36393   1179      38483     40322     43331     45171
 6  38217   1243      40419     42357     45452     47390
 7  40151   1292      42440     44455     47615     49627
 8  42176   1342      44556     46648     49877     51971

S. 7747                             4                           A. 10720

 9  44335   1401      46823     49009     52322     54510
10  46708   1473      49313     51605     55006     57300
11  49200   1533      51911     54300     57785     60174
12  51731   1601      54570     57066     60647     63144
13  54554   1670      57511     60111     63785     66383
14  57496   1751      60593     63318     67096     69821
15  60517   1821      63743     66581     70457     73295
16  63706   1903      67077     70043     74032     76998
17  67158   2006      70705     73828     77951     81073
18  70779   2104      74508     77793     82056     85338
19  74422   2199      78316     81742     86128     89554
20  78071   2299      82145     85731     90255     93842
21  82005   2395      86251     89990     94646     98383
22  86375   2537      90867     94817     99662    103613
23  90559   2609      95187     99259    104205    108276
24  95092   2706      99886    104107    109186    113406
25  100090  2823     105090    109493    114724    119127

  (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 SERVICES 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  25421   26410     27399     28388     29377     30366
 2  26281   27323     28365     29407     30449     31491
 3  27483   28570     29657     30744     31831     32918
 4  28635   29782     30929     32076     33223     34370
 5  29905   31108     32311     33514     34717     35920
 6  31374   32642     33910     35178     36446     37714
 7  33047   34365     35683     37001     38319     39637
 8  34806   36175     37544     38913     40282     41651
 9  36648   38077     39506     40935     42364     43793
10  38627   40130     41633     43136     44639     46142
11  40802   42366     43930     45494     47058     48622
12  42968   44601     46234     47867     49500     51133
13  45425   47128     48831     50534     52237     53940
14  47930   49716     51502     53288     55074     56860
15  50583   52440     54297     56154     58011     59868
16  53334   55275     57216     59157     61098     63039
17  56224   58270     60316     62362     64408     66454
18  59318   61464     63610     65756     67902     70048
19  62453   64696     66939     69182     71425     73668
20  65563   67908     70253     72598     74943     77288
21  68988   71431     73874     76317     78760     81203
22  72576   75164     77752     80340     82928     85516
23  76403   79064     81725     84386     87047     89708
24  80433   83193     85953     88713     91473     94233
25  84815   87695     90575     93455     96335     99215

S. 7747                             5                           A. 10720

                                                    LONG
                                                    MAX.
                      10-YR     15-YR     20-YR     25-YR
    JOB     PERF.     LONG      LONG      LONG      LONG
SG  RATE    ADV.      STEP      STEP      STEP      STEP
 1  31355    989      33102     34639     37414     38952
 2  32533   1042      34380     36007     38860     40486
 3  34005   1087      35932     37628     40538     42234
 4  35517   1147      37680     39328     42315     43962
 5  37123   1203      39255     41131     44200     46077
 6  38982   1268      41228     43205     46362     48338
 7  40955   1318      43290     45345     48568     50621
 8  43020   1369      45448     47581     50875     53011
 9  45222   1429      47760     49989     53369     55601
10  47645   1503      50302     52640     56109     58449
11  50186   1564      52951     55388     58943     61379
12  52766   1633      55662     58208     61860     64407
13  55643   1703      58659     61311     65059     67709
14  58646   1786      61805     64584     68438     71218
15  61725   1857      65016     67910     71864     74759
16  64980   1941      68418     71444     75513     78538
17  68500   2046      72118     75303     79509     82693
18  72194   2146      75998     79348     83697     87044
19  75911   2243      79883     83377     87851     91346
20  79633   2345      83788     87446     92061     95719
21  83646   2443      87977     91791     96540    100352
22  88104   2588      92686     96715    101657    105687
23  92369   2661      97090    101243    106288    110440
24  96993   2760     101883    106188    111369    115673
25  102095  2880     107195    111686    117022    121513

  (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 SERVICES 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  25929   26938     27947     28956     29965     30974
 2  26807   27870     28933     29996     31059     32122
 3  28033   29142     30251     31360     32469     33578
 4  29208   30378     31548     32718     33888     35058
 5  30503   31730     32957     34184     35411     36638
 6  32001   33295     34589     35883     37177     38471
 7  33708   35052     36396     37740     39084     40428
 8  35502   36898     38294     39690     41086     42482
 9  37381   38839     40297     41755     43213     44671
10  39400   40933     42466     43999     45532     47065
11  41618   43213     44808     46403     47998     49593
12  43827   45493     47159     48825     50491     52157

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13  46334   48071     49808     51545     53282     55019
14  48889   50711     52533     54355     56177     57999
15  51595   53489     55383     57277     59171     61065
16  54401   56381     58361     60341     62321     64301
17  57348   59435     61522     63609     65696     67783
18  60504   62693     64882     67071     69260     71449
19  63702   65990     68278     70566     72854     75142
20  66874   69266     71658     74050     76442     78834
21  70368   72860     75352     77844     80336     82828
22  74028   76668     79308     81948     84588     87228
23  77931   80645     83359     86073     88787     91501
24  82042   84857     87672     90487     93302     96117
25  86511   89449     92387     95325     98263    101201

                                                    LONG
                                                    MAX.
                      10-YR     15-YR     20-YR     25-YR
    JOB     PERF.     LONG      LONG      LONG      LONG
SG  RATE    ADV.      STEP      STEP      STEP      STEP
 1  31983   1009      33765     35333     38163     39732
 2  33185   1063      35069     36728     39639     41297
 3  34687   1109      36653     38382     41351     43081
 4  36228   1170      38434     40115     43162     44842
 5  37865   1227      40040     41953     45084     46998
 6  39765   1294      42056     44072     47293     49308
 7  41772   1344      44154     46250     49537     51631
 8  43878   1396      46355     48530     51890     54069
 9  46129   1458      48718     50991     54439     56716
10  48598   1533      51308     53693     57231     59618
11  51188   1595      54008     56494     60120     62605
12  53823   1666      56777     59374     63099     65697
13  56756   1737      59832     62537     66360     69063
14  59821   1822      63043     65878     69809     72644
15  62959   1894      66316     69268     73301     76254
16  66281   1980      69788     72874     77025     80110
17  69870   2087      73560     76809     81099     84347
18  73638   2189      77518     80935     85371     88785
19  77430   2288      81481     85045     89609     93174
20  81226   2392      85464     89195     93903     97634
21  85320   2492      89738     93628     98472    102360
22  89868   2640      94542     98651    103692    107803
23  94215   2714      99030    103266    108412    112647
24  98932   2815     103920    108311    113596    117986
25  104139  2938     109341    113922    119365    123945
  S  2.  Subdivision  2  of  section  207-a of the state finance law, as
amended by chapter 214 of the laws  of  2009,  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
  2.  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
between  the state and an employee organization so provides on behalf of
employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as the  security
services  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

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for the establishment and maintenance of an employee benefit fund estab-
lished by the employee organization for the employees in the negotiating
unit  covered  by  the  controlling provision of such agreement or award
providing  for  such employee benefit fund, such amount to be determined
consistent with said agreement or award 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, 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, 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, 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 THOUSAND TWELVE, 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, 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 appropriations as
provided by law, in which case the comptroller will establish procedures
to ensure repayment from  said  special  or  administrative  funds.  The
director may enter into an agreement with an employee organization which
sets  forth  the specific terms and conditions for the establishment and
administration of an employee benefit fund as a condition for the trans-
mittal of moneys pursuant to this section.
  S 3. Compensation for  members  of  the  collective  negotiating  unit
designated  as  security  services  pursuant to an agreement between the
state of New York and the employee organization representing such  indi-
viduals  entered  into  pursuant  to article 14 of the civil service law
(hereinafter "the agreement" or "an agreement").
  1. The provisions of this  section  shall  apply  to  annual  salaried
members  of  the  security services collective negotiating unit employed
within the state department of corrections  and  community  supervision,
who  are  designated  as  peace officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the
criminal procedure law.
  2. Effective April 1, 2009, the basic annual salary of  those  members
who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2009 shall be
increased by 3 percent.
  3. Effective April 1, 2010, the basic annual salary of  those  members
who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2010 shall be
increased by 4 percent.
  4. (a) Effective April 1, 2013, a lump sum payment  of  seven  hundred
seventy-five dollars shall be made to each annual salaried member of the
security  services collective negotiating unit employed within the state
department of corrections and community supervision, who  is  designated
as  a  peace  officer pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal procedure
law who was (i) active on the date  of  ratification  of  the  agreement
between  the  state and the employee organization representing employees
in the security services unit and (ii) in continuous service, as defined
by paragraph (c) of subdivision 3 of section 130 of  the  civil  service

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law,  from that date until April 1, 2013. Such lump sum shall be consid-
ered 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 annual salaried 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  annual  salaried  member  of  the
security  services collective negotiating unit employed within the state
department of corrections and community supervision, who  is  designated
as  a  peace  officer pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal procedure
law who was (i) active on the date  of  ratification  of  the  agreement
between  the  state and the employee organization representing employees
in the security services 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 consid-
ered salary for final average salary retirement purposes but  shall  not
become part of basic annual salary.
  5.  Effective  April 1, 2014, the basic annual salary of those members
who are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2014, shall be
increased by two percent.
  6. Effective April 1, 2015, the basic annual salary of  those  members
who are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2015, shall be
increased by two percent.
  7.  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 services unit
who are entitled to such payments shall be payable pursuant to the terms
of an agreement.
  8.  Effective  April  1,  2009,  pursuant to the terms of an agreement
covering those members of the security services  collective  negotiating
unit  who  are  employed  with  the  state department of corrections and
community supervision and who are designated as peace officers  pursuant
to section 2.10 of the criminal procedure law, for such unit members who
are  on  the  institutional  or  administrative  payroll,  the ten year,
fifteen year, twenty year and 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 g of subdivision 1 of section 130
of the civil service law as added by section one of this act.
  9. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section, if
the basic annual salary of such annual salaried 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 twen-
ty-year longevity step, or the twenty-five-year longevity  step  of  the
salary  grade  of  his  or  her  position  on the effective dates of the
increases provided by this section, respectively, for such unit  members
to  whom  the  provisions  of this section apply on the institutional or
administrative payroll, such basic annual salary shall be  increased  to
the hiring rate, 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 longevity step or the  twenty-five-year  longevity
step of such salary grade as contained in paragraph g of subdivision one
of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of this

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act,  to take effect on the dates provided in paragraph g of subdivision
one of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one  of
this act. The increases in basic annual salary provided by this subdivi-
sion  shall  be  in lieu of any increase in basic annual salary provided
for in subdivisions two, three, five, six,  seven,  and  eight  of  this
section.
  10.  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 member to whom the provisions of this section apply, the sala-
ry  otherwise  provided for such position shall be increased in the same
manner as though such position had been in existence  but  unencumbered.
Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of  this  section, the director of the
budget may reduce the salary of any such position, which is  or  becomes
vacant.
  11.  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,  seven,
eight,  and nine 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.
  12.   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.
  13. 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.
  14.  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 budget and the director of employ-
ee  relations,  such increase is not warranted or is not appropriate for
any reason.
  S 4. Additional compensation for annual salaried members of the  secu-
rity  services  collective  negotiating unit who are employed within the
state department of corrections and community supervision  and  who  are
designated  as  peace officers, pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal
procedure law, in recognition of pre-shift briefing.
  1. In recognition of the general requirement for these unit members to
assemble for briefing prior to the commencement of duties, where and  to
the  extent  a  determination  made  by  the public arbitration panel so
provides on behalf of such unit members to whom the provisions  of  this

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subdivision  apply  on behalf of each such employee except such employee
receiving additional compensation pursuant to subdivision 5  of  section
134  of  the  civil  service law, such members shall continue to receive
additional compensation in recognition of pre-shift briefing.
  2.  Each  such  unit member to whom the provisions of this subdivision
apply, shall continue to receive a minimum of eight dollars for each day
while in payroll status when such pre-shift briefing time is not  other-
wise  compensated  at a greater amount at the one and one-half times the
hourly rate of pay provided for by subdivision 1 of section 134  of  the
civil  service  law and the rules and regulations of the director of the
budget. Each such unit member to whom the provisions of this subdivision
apply, subject to the provisions of this subdivision, shall continue  to
receive  a minimum of forty dollars per week in addition to base pay. No
payments authorized pursuant to this subdivision shall  be  made  to  an
employee who is in non-pay status for that day.
  3.  Any  such  additional  compensation  pursuant to this subdivision,
shall be paid in addition to and shall not be a part of such  employee's
basic  annual  salary  and shall not be included as compensation for the
purposes of computation of overtime pay, provided,  however,  that  such
additional  compensation  shall  be  included  for  retirement purposes.
Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this subdivision or  of  any
other  law,  such  additional  compensation as added by this subdivision
shall be in lieu of the continuation of  any  other  additional  compen-
sation for such unit members in recognition of pre-shift briefing.
  S  5.  Locational  compensation  for  certain  members of the security
services collective negotiating units. 1. Pursuant to the  terms  of  an
agreement covering certain members of the security services 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 section 2.10 of  the
criminal  procedure  law,  and  are  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 according to the  follow-
ing schedule:
               Orange/Putnam/Dutchess   NYC/Rock/Nassau/Suffolk/West
April 1, 2009         $1,231                    $3,306
April 1, 2010         $1,280                    $3,438
April 1, 2011         $1,280                    $3,438
April 1, 2012         $1,280                    $3,438
April 1, 2013         $1,280                    $3,438
April 1, 2014         $1,280                    $3,438
April 1, 2015         $1,280                    $3,438
  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  compensation  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 6. Inconvenience pay. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering
certain  members  of  the  security  services  unit who are eligible for

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interest arbitration and who are employed by  the  state  department  of
corrections  and community supervision and are designated as peace offi-
cers pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal procedure  law,  effective
April  1,  2009,  the  inconvenience  pay  paid  to annual salaried unit
members to whom the provisions of this section apply who work the  even-
ing  shift as defined by the individual 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,  2014,
this  amount  shall  be  increased  by  two percent to one thousand nine
hundred sixty-seven dollars. Effective April 1, 2015, this amount  shall
be increased by two percent to two thousand six dollars.
  Effective April 1, 2009, the inconvenience pay paid to annual salaried
unit  members  to whom the provisions of this section apply who work the
night shift as defined by the individual facilities within  the  depart-
ment  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.  Effective  April  1,  2014,  this  amount shall be
increased by two percent to nine hundred eighty-three dollars.    Effec-
tive April 1, 2015, this amount shall be increased by two percent to one
thousand three dollars. Such unit members to whom the provisions of this
section  apply  who  are  on  paid leave for line of duty injuries shall
continue to receive inconvenience payments as provided above.  Any  such
additional  compensation  pursuant  to this section shall be included as
compensation for retirement purposes.
  S 7. Expanded duty pay. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering
members of the security services collective  negotiating  unit  who  are
employed within the state department of corrections and community super-
vision and who are designated as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10
of the criminal procedure law and notwithstanding any other provision of
law, effective March 31, 2011, such annual salaried unit members to whom
the  provisions of this section apply shall be paid an expanded duty pay
in the amount of two thousand six hundred dollars per year. Payment  for
such  compensation  shall be equally divided over the 26 payroll periods
of a fiscal year. Such compensation pursuant to this  section  shall  be
included as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes.
  S  8.  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 the agreement negotiated between
the state and the employee organization representing  employees  in  the
collective  negotiating  unit  designated  as the security services unit
established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law which shall,
after March 31, 2012, with the amounts  available  therefor,  study  and
make  recommendations  concerning  major  issues  of,  health  benefits,
employee assistance, performance  evaluation,  education  and  training,
quality  of work life and provide for the implementation of the terms of
agreements of such committee.
  S 9. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the  appro-
priations  contained in this act shall be available to the state for the
payment and publication of grievance  and  arbitration  settlements  and
awards pursuant to articles 7 and 8 of the collective negotiating agree-
ment  between  the  state and the employee organization representing the

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collective negotiating unit designated as  the  security  services  unit
established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law.
  S  10. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the
contrary, and where and to the extent an  agreement  negotiated  between
the  state  and  the employee organization representing employees in the
security services unit established pursuant to article 14 of  the  civil
service  law  so  provides,  the salaries of newly hired employees on or
after September 1, 1992 into state service in positions within negotiat-
ing units shall not be subject to the provisions of subdivision  2-a  of
section 200 of the state finance law.
  S  11.  The  salary  increases,  benefit  modifications, and any other
modifications to terms and conditions of employment provided for by this
act for state employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as
the security services unit established pursuant to  article  14  of  the
civil service law shall not be implemented until the director of employ-
ee  relations shall have delivered to the director of the budget and the
comptroller a letter certifying that there is in effect with respect  to
such  negotiating  units collectively negotiated agreements, ratified by
the membership, which provide for such increases and modifications.
  S 12. Date of entitlement  to  salary  increase.  Notwithstanding  the
provisions of this act or of any other provision of law to the contrary,
the  increase  of  salary or compensation of any members of the security
services collective negotiating unit established pursuant to article  14
of  the  civil service law who are annual salaried employees and who are
employed by the state department of  corrections  and  community  super-
vision  and  are peace officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal
procedure law, provided by this act shall be added to the salary of such
member at the beginning of that payroll period the first day of which is
nearest to the effective date of such increase as provided in this  act,
or at the beginning of the earlier of two payroll periods the first days
of  which  are  nearest  but  equally near to the effective date of such
increase as provided in  this  act;  provided,  however,  that  for  the
purposes  of  determining the salary of such unit members upon reclassi-
fication,  reallocation,  appointment,  promotion,  transfer,  demotion,
reinstatement,  or other change of status, such salary increase shall be
deemed to be effective on the date thereof as prescribed  by  this  act,
with  payment  thereof pursuant to this section on a date prior thereto,
instead of on such effective date, and shall not operate to  confer  any
additional  salary  rights  or benefits on such unit members. Payment of
such salary increase may be deferred pursuant  to  section  thirteen  of
this act.
  S  13.  Deferred  payment  of  salary  increase.  Notwithstanding  the
provisions of any other section of this act, or of any other law to  the
contrary, pending payment pursuant to this act of the basic annual sala-
ries  and  other compensation 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 and other compensation 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  compensation actually received therefor in accordance with the
terms of the agreement between the  employee  organization  representing
such  members and the state. The amounts paid under this act shall count

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as compensation earned during the year or years for which it  is  calcu-
lated  and  not as compensation earned wholly in the year in which it is
paid.  Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation  to  the
contrary, no member of the security services 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 services unit.
  S 14. Use of appropriations.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  the
state  finance  law  or  any other provision of law to the contrary, the
state comptroller is authorized to pay any amounts required by the fore-
going provisions of this act. To the extent that existing appropriations
available to any state department or agency in any fund are insufficient
to accomplish the purposes set forth in this section,  the  director  of
the  budget  is  authorized  to  allocate to the various departments and
agencies, from any appropriations available in  any  fund,  the  amounts
necessary  to  make  such  payments.  Any  appropriations or other funds
available to any state department or agency for personal service or  for
other  related employee benefits during the fiscal year commencing April
1, 2012 shall be available for the payment of any liabilities  or  obli-
gations  incurred  pursuant  to  the  foregoing  provisions of this act,
whether they occurred prior to or during the state fiscal year  commenc-
ing April 1, 2012.
  S  15.  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 - regular ................... 313,697,000

                           NONPERSONAL SERVICE
Fringe benefits ............................... 23,008,000
Labor Management Committees ...................... 279,000

S. 7747                            14                           A. 10720

Employee assistance program ...................... 200,000
Joint committee on health benefits ............... 165,000
Contract administration .......................... 200,000
Employee Benefit Fund ............................ 779,000
Employee Training and Development ................ 159,000
Organizational alcoholism program ................ 156,000
Labor Management Training ........................ 100,000
Family Benefits .................................. 431,000
Legal Defense Fund ............................... 150,000

  Special Revenue Federal
  Federal Operating Grants Fund

                            PERSONAL SERVICE
Personal service - regular ........................ 64,000

                           NONPERSONAL SERVICE

Fringe benefits ................................... 33,000

  S  16.  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 g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil
service law, repealed by section one of this act, provided salary sched-
ules for certain state employees who are members of the collective nego-
tiating unit designated as security services who  are  employed  by  the
state department of corrections and community supervision and are desig-
nated  as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal proce-
dure law. They are replaced by revised salary schedules in a  new  para-
graph g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law.

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