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A06965 Summary:

BILL NOA06965
 
SAME ASSAME AS S04936
 
SPONSORAbbate
 
COSPNSR
 
MLTSPNSR
 
Rpld §215 sub 2 ¶a sub¶¶ 1 - 8, amd §215, Exec L; rpld §207-b sub 2 ¶¶ a-1 & a, amd §§207-a & 207-b, St Fin L; rpld §130 sub 1 ¶¶ f & g, amd §130, Civ Serv L; amd §19, Cor L
 
Relates to the collective bargaining agreement between the state of New York and the police benevolent association of the New York state troopers, Inc. for 2018-2023; provides for the terms and conditions of employment for members of the collective negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the division of state police and the salary schedules for such members (Part A); provides for the terms and conditions of employment for members of the collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers of the division of state police and the salary schedules for members of such unit (Part B); relates to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of certain state officers and employees who are members of security services collective negotiating unit; authorizes funding of joint labor-management committees (Part C); and relates to the salaries of certain state officers and employees excluded from collective negotiating units (Part D); makes appropriations therefor.
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A06965 Actions:

BILL NOA06965
 
03/28/2019referred to ways and means
03/31/2019reported referred to rules
03/31/2019reported
03/31/2019rules report cal.47
03/31/2019ordered to third reading rules cal.47
03/31/2019passed assembly
03/31/2019delivered to senate
03/31/2019REFERRED TO FINANCE
04/01/2019SUBSTITUTED FOR S4936
04/01/20193RD READING CAL.365
04/01/2019PASSED SENATE
04/01/2019RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
04/09/2019delivered to governor
04/10/2019signed chap.24
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A06965 Floor Votes:

DATE:03/31/2019Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 147/1
AbbateYCrespoYGanttERLiPetriYPerryYSimonY
AbinantiYCrouchYGarbarinoYLupardoYPheffer AmatoYSimotasY
ArroyoYCruzYGiglioYMagnarelliYPichardoYSmithY
AshbyYCusickYGlickYMalliotakisYPretlowYSmullenY
AubryYCymbrowitzYGoodellYManktelowYQuartYSolagesY
BarclayYDavilaYGottfriedYMcDonaldYRaYStecY
BarnwellYDe La RosaYGriffinYMcDonoughYRaiaYSteckY
BarrettYDenDekkerYGuntherYMcMahonYRamosYSternY
BarronNODeStefanoYHawleyYMikulinYRaynorYStirpeY
BenedettoYDickensYHevesiYMiller B YReillyYTagueY
BichotteYDilanYHunterYMiller MGYReyesYTaylorY
BlakeYDinowitzYHyndmanYMiller MLYRichardsonYThieleY
BlankenbushYDiPietroYJacobsonYMontesanoYRiveraYTitusY
BrabenecYD'UrsoYJaffeeYMorinelloYRodriguezYVanelY
BraunsteinYEichensteinYJean-PierreYMosleyYRomeoYWalczykY
BronsonYEnglebrightYJohnsYNiouYRosenthal D YWalkerY
BuchwaldYEpsteinYJonesYNolanYRosenthal L YWallaceY
BurkeYFahyYJoynerYNorrisYRozicYWalshY
ButtenschonYFallYKimYO'DonnellYRyanYWeinsteinY
ByrneYFernandezYKolbYOrtizYSalkaYWeprinY
ByrnesYFinchYLalorYOtisYSantabarbaraYWilliamsY
CahillYFitzpatrickYLavineYPalmesanoYSayeghYWoernerY
CarrollYFriendYLawrenceERPalumboYSchimmingerYWrightY
ColtonYFrontusYLentolYPaulinYSchmittYZebrowskiY
CookYGalefYLiftonYPeoples-StokesYSeawrightYMr. SpeakerY

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A06965 Memo:

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF LEGISLATION
submitted in accordance with Assembly Rule III, Sec 1(f)
 
BILL NUMBER: A6965
 
SPONSOR: Abbate
  TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the executive law, in relation to the terms and conditions of employment for members of the collective negoti- ating unit consisting of troopers in the division of state police and salary schedules for members of such unit; to amend the state finance law, in relation to the employee benefit fund for members of such unit; making an appropriation therefor; and to repeal certain provisions of the executive law and the state finance law relating thereto (Part A); to amend the executive law, in relation to the terms and conditions of employment for members of the collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division of state police and salary schedules for members of such unit; to amend the state finance law, in relation to the employee benefit fund for members of such unit; making an appropriation therefor; and to repeal certain provisions of the executive law and the state finance law relating ther- eto (Part B); 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 officers and employees who are members of the security services collective negotiating unit; authorizing funding of joint labor-management committees; implementing an agreement between the state and an employee organization; making an appropriation there- for; and to repeal certain provisions of the civil service law relating thereto (Part C); and to amend the civil service law and the correction law, in relation to salaries of certain state officers and employees excluded from collective negotiating units; and making an appropriation for the purpose of effectuating certain provisions thereof (Part D)   PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL: This bill implements a revised collective bargaining agreement between the State of New York and the police benevolent association of the New York State Troopers, Inc.   SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Part A: Implements salary schedules and benefit modifications for troop- ers in the Division of State Police for FY 2019-2023; provides for an annual 2% raise. Part B: Implements salary schedules and benefit modifications for offi- cers in the Division of State Police for FY 2019-2023; provides for an annual 2% raise. Part C: Implements salary increases and benefit modifications for employees in New York State Correctional Officers Union and the Security Services Unit of the Police benevolent Association for FY 2017-2023; provides for an annual 2% raise. Part D: Implements salary schedules for management/confidential employ- ees for FY2020-2021; provides for an annual 2% raise subject to the determination of the director of budget.   JUSTIFICATION: This bill is necessary to implement a revised collective bargaining agreement between the State of New York and the Police Benevolent Asso- ciation of the New York State Troopers, Inc. for the years of 2018-2023.   PRIOR LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: New bill.   FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: Minimal. The bill does not require a fiscal note. The State already negotiates and maintains a collective bargaining agreement with the police benevolent association of the New York State Troopers, Inc. This bill is just a renewed contract.   EFFECTIVE DATE: This act shall take effect immediately, provided, however, that the applicable effective date of Parts A through D of the act shall be as specifically set forth in the last section of such Part.
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A06965 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                          6965
 
                               2019-2020 Regular Sessions
 
                   IN ASSEMBLY
 
                                     March 28, 2019
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced by M. of A. ABBATE -- read once and referred to the Committee
          on Ways and Means
 
        AN  ACT  to amend the executive law, in relation to the terms and condi-
          tions of employment for members of  the  collective  negotiating  unit
          consisting  of  troopers  in  the  division of state police and salary
          schedules for members of such unit; to amend the state finance law, in
          relation to the employee benefit fund for members of such unit; making
          an appropriation therefor; and to repeal  certain  provisions  of  the
          executive  law and the state finance law relating thereto (Part A); to
          amend the executive law, in relation to the terms  and  conditions  of
          employment  for  members of the collective negotiating unit consisting
          of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division of state
          police and salary schedules for members of such  unit;  to  amend  the
          state  finance  law,  in  relation  to  the  employee benefit fund for
          members of such unit; making an appropriation therefor; and to  repeal
          certain  provisions  of  the  executive  law and the state finance law
          relating thereto (Part B); 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  officers  and
          employees  who are members of the security services collective negoti-
          ating unit; authorizing funding of joint labor-management  committees;
          implementing  an agreement between the state and an employee organiza-
          tion;  making  an  appropriation  therefor;  and  to  repeal   certain
          provisions  of the civil service law relating thereto (Part C); and to
          amend the civil service law and the correction  law,  in  relation  to
          salaries of certain state officers and employees excluded from collec-
          tive negotiating units; and making an appropriation for the purpose of
          effectuating certain provisions thereof (Part D)
 
          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                                   LBD12024-01-9

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     1    Section 1. This act enacts into law legislation necessary to implement
     2  collective bargaining agreements and to implement changes to salary  and
     3  benefits  for certain state officers and employees excluded from collec-
     4  tive negotiating units. Each component is wholly contained within a Part
     5  identified  as Parts A through D. The effective date for each particular
     6  provision contained within such Part is set forth in the last section of
     7  such Part. Any provision in any section contained within a Part, includ-
     8  ing the effective date of the Part, which makes reference to  a  section
     9  "of  this  act", when used in connection with that particular component,
    10  shall be deemed to mean and refer to the corresponding  section  of  the
    11  Part in which it is found. Section two of this act sets forth the gener-
    12  al severability clause applicable to this act. Section three of this act
    13  sets forth the general effective date of this act.
 
    14                                   PART A
 
    15                   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN
    16               THE STATE OF NEW YORK AND THE POLICE BENEVOLENT
    17              ASSOCIATION OF THE NEW YORK STATE TROOPERS, INC.
    18                                FOR 2018-2023
 
    19    Section 1. Subparagraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 of paragraph a of subdivision 2
    20  of  section  215 of the executive law are REPEALED and five new subpara-
    21  graphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are added to read as follows:
    22    (1) Effective April first,  two  thousand  eighteen,  members  of  the
    23  collective  negotiating  unit  consisting of troopers in the division of
    24  state police shall receive a basic annual salary pursuant to the follow-
    25  ing schedule:
    26                Orange,       City of New       Nassau and       All Other
    27                Putnam and    York, Rockland    Suffolk          Locations
    28                Dutchess      and Westchester   Counties
    29                Counties      Counties
    30  Trainee 1       N/A             N/A             N/A            $55,073
    31  Trainee 2     $73,365         $74,529         $74,832          $73,146
    32  Step 1        $78,124         $79,289         $79,595          $77,909
    33  Step 2        $82,882         $84,047         $84,353          $82,665
    34  Step 3        $85,731         $86,895         $87,201          $85,514
    35  Step 4        $89,109         $90,272         $90,578          $88,890
    36  Step 5        $92,862         $94,025         $94,332          $92,644
    37    (2) Effective April first,  two  thousand  nineteen,  members  of  the
    38  collective  negotiating  unit  consisting of troopers in the division of
    39  state police shall receive the  basic  annual  salary  pursuant  to  the
    40  following  schedule, except that (a) any member at the trainee 1 rate as
    41  of March 31, 2019 shall receive the  salary  in  this  subparagraph  (if
    42  eligible) and progress to the trainee 2 rate as provided in subparagraph
    43  one  of this paragraph until such time as they complete their service in
    44  the trainee 2 rate and at such time they shall move to  the  Step  1  in
    45  this  subparagraph and (b) any member at the trainee 2 rate, pursuant to
    46  subparagraph one of this paragraph, as of March thirty-first, two  thou-
    47  sand nineteen shall receive a two percent increase in salary rather than
    48  the  trainee  2  rate in this paragraph until such time as they complete
    49  their service as a trainee 2 and move to the Step 1 rate in the  follow-
    50  ing schedule:
    51                Orange,       City of New       Nassau and       All Other
    52                Putnam and    York, Rockland    Suffolk          Locations
    53                Dutchess      and Westchester   Counties

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     1                Counties      Counties
     2  Trainee 1       N/A             N/A             N/A            $56,174
     3  Trainee 2     $56,174         $56,174         $56,174          $56,174
     4  Step 1        $79,686         $80,875         $81,187          $79,467
     5  Step 2        $84,540         $85,728         $86,040          $84,318
     6  Step 3        $87,446         $88,633         $88,945          $87,224
     7  Step 4        $90,891         $92,077         $92,390          $90,668
     8  Step 5        $94,719         $95,906         $96,219          $94,497
     9    (3) Effective April first, two thousand twenty, members of the collec-
    10  tive  negotiating  unit  consisting of troopers in the division of state
    11  police shall receive a basic annual salary  pursuant  to  the  following
    12  schedule:
    13                Orange,       City of New       Nassau and       All Other
    14                Putnam and    York, Rockland    Suffolk          Locations
    15                Dutchess      and Westchester   Counties
    16                Counties      Counties
    17  Trainee 1       N/A             N/A             N/A            $57,297
    18  Trainee 2     $57,297         $57,297         $57,297          $57,297
    19  Step 1        $81,280         $82,493         $82,811          $81,056
    20  Step 2        $86,231         $87,443         $87,761          $86,004
    21  Step 3        $89,195         $90,406         $90,724          $88,968
    22  Step 4        $92,709         $93,919         $94,238          $92,481
    23  Step 5        $96,613         $97,824         $98,143          $96,387
    24    (4)  Effective  April  first,  two thousand twenty-one, members of the
    25  collective negotiating unit consisting of troopers in  the  division  of
    26  state police shall receive a basic annual salary pursuant to the follow-
    27  ing schedule:
    28                Orange,       City of New       Nassau and       All Other
    29                Putnam and    York, Rockland    Suffolk          Locations
    30                Dutchess      and Westchester   Counties
    31                Counties      Counties
    32  Trainee 1       N/A             N/A             N/A            $58,443
    33  Trainee 2     $58,443         $58,443         $58,443          $58,443
    34  Step 1        $82,906         $84,143         $84,467          $82,677
    35  Step 2        $87,956         $89,192         $89,516          $87,724
    36  Step 3        $90,979         $92,214         $92,538          $90,747
    37  Step 4        $94,563         $95,797         $96,123          $94,331
    38  Step 5        $98,545         $99,780         $100,106         $98,315
    39    (5)  Effective  April  first,  two thousand twenty-two, members of the
    40  collective negotiating unit consisting of troopers in  the  division  of
    41  state police shall receive a basic annual salary pursuant to the follow-
    42  ing schedule:
    43                Orange,       City of New       Nassau and       All Other
    44                Putnam and    York, Rockland    Suffolk          Locations
    45                Dutchess      and Westchester   Counties
    46                Counties      Counties
    47  Trainee 1       N/A             N/A             N/A            $59,612
    48  Trainee 2     $59,612         $59,612         $59,612          $59,612
    49  Step 1        $84,564         $85,826         $86,156          $84,331
    50  Step 2        $89,715         $90,976         $91,306          $89,478
    51  Step 3        $92,799         $94,058         $94,389          $92,562
    52  Step 4        $96,454         $97,713         $98,045          $96,218
    53  Step 5        $100,516        $101,776        $102,108         $100,281

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     1    §  2.  Paragraph  a-1  of  subdivision 2 of section 207-b of the state
     2  finance law is REPEALED and a new paragraph a-1  is  added  to  read  as
     3  follows:
     4    a-1.  Where,  and  to the extent that, the agreement between the state
     5  and an employee organization entered into pursuant to  article  fourteen
     6  of  the  civil  service  law  so  provides on behalf of employees in the
     7  collective negotiating unit consisting of troopers in  the  division  of
     8  state  police,  established  pursuant  to  article fourteen of the civil
     9  service law, and upon audit and warrant of the  state  comptroller,  the
    10  director shall provide for the payment of monies to such employee organ-
    11  ization  for  the  establishment  and maintenance of an employee benefit
    12  fund established by the employee organization for the employees  in  the
    13  negotiating unit covered by the controlling provisions of such agreement
    14  providing  for such employee benefit fund. Such amounts are to be deter-
    15  mined consistent with said  agreement,  including  any  and  all  monies
    16  agreed  to  be  transferred  in  said agreement, and on the basis of the
    17  number of full-time annual  salaried  employees,  other  than  full-time
    18  seasonal employees, on the payroll on March first, two thousand eighteen
    19  for  payments  to  be  made  on  April first, two thousand eighteen, the
    20  number of full-time annual  salaried  employees,  other  than  full-time
    21  seasonal employees, on the payroll on March first, two thousand nineteen
    22  for  payments  to  be  made  on  April first, two thousand nineteen, the
    23  number of full-time annual  salaried  employees,  other  than  full-time
    24  seasonal  employees,  on the payroll on March first, two thousand twenty
    25  for payments to be made on April first, two thousand twenty, the  number
    26  of  full-time  annual  salaried employees, other than full-time seasonal
    27  employees, on the payroll on March first, two  thousand  twenty-one  for
    28  payments  to  be  made  on April first, two thousand twenty-one, and the
    29  number of full-time annual  salaried  employees,  other  than  full-time
    30  seasonal  employees, on the payroll on March first, two thousand twenty-
    31  two for payments to be made on April first, two thousand twenty-two. The
    32  amounts, which will be determined pursuant to this section, for  employ-
    33  ees  who  are  paid from special or administrative funds, other than the
    34  general fund or the capital projects fund of the  state,  will  be  paid
    35  from  the  appropriations  as  provided  by law, in which case the state
    36  comptroller will establish procedures  to  ensure  repayment  from  said
    37  special or administrative funds. The director shall enter into an agree-
    38  ment  with  the employee organization that sets forth the specific terms
    39  and conditions for the transmittal of monies pursuant to  this  section.
    40  Payments  made pursuant to this paragraph and paragraph a of this subdi-
    41  vision shall be made to the same fund as  set  forth  in  the  agreement
    42  between  the  director and the employee organization that represents the
    43  employees covered by the provisions of this paragraph and paragraph a of
    44  this subdivision.
    45    § 3. Lump sum payment. Each member of this unit shall receive  a  lump
    46  sum  payment  in the amount of a .5% increase on a member's basic annual
    47  salary for the period April 7, 2016 to April 5, 2017, and a .5% increase
    48  on a member's basic annual salary for the period April 6, 2017 to  April
    49  4,  2018  (inclusive of the .5% increase for the period April 7, 2016 to
    50  April 5, 2017). Members who were not on  the  payroll  for  this  entire
    51  period  shall receive a pro-rata lump sum payment for the period of time
    52  such member was on the payroll during the period April 7, 2016 to  April
    53  5, 2018. Such additional compensation shall be in addition to, and shall
    54  not  be  part of, the member's annual basic salary, and shall not affect
    55  or impair any rights or benefits to which the member  may  be  entitled;

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     1  provided,  however,  that such additional compensation shall be included
     2  as compensation for retirement purposes.
     3    § 4. Location compensation. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of
     4  law  to  the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated
     5  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
     6  tive negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the  division  of  state
     7  police,  members  in  this  collective  negotiating unit whose principal
     8  place of employment, or, in the case of a field employee, whose official
     9  station as determined in accordance with the regulations  of  the  state
    10  comptroller,  is  located  in  the  county of Monroe and who were on the
    11  payroll on March 31, 1985, and who have received this  location  compen-
    12  sation continually since then, shall continue to receive location pay at
    13  the rate of $200 per year, provided the member continues to be otherwise
    14  eligible.  Such  location  pay  shall continue to be annualized and paid
    15  during the regular bi-weekly periods. Such  location  pay  shall  be  in
    16  addition to, and shall not be a part of, a member's annual basic salary,
    17  and  shall  not affect or impair any increments or other rights or bene-
    18  fits to which the  member  may  be  entitled;  provided,  however,  that
    19  location  pay shall be included as compensation for purposes of computa-
    20  tion of overtime pay and for retirement purposes.
    21    (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, pursu-
    22  ant to the terms of the agreement negotiated between the state  and  the
    23  employee  organization  representing  the  collective  negotiating  unit
    24  consisting of troopers in the division of state police, members in  this
    25  collective  negotiating unit whose principal place of employment, or, in
    26  the case of a field employee, whose official station  as  determined  in
    27  accordance  with the regulations of the state comptroller, is located in
    28  the city of New York, or in the county of Rockland, Westchester,  Nassau
    29  or  Suffolk shall continue to receive location pay at the rate of $1,536
    30  per year effective April 1,  2010.  Such  rate  shall  be  increased  as
    31  follows:    $1,686  effective  April  1, 2019; $1,720 effective April 1,
    32  2020; and $1,754 effective April 1, 2021.
    33    (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, pursu-
    34  ant to the terms of the agreement negotiated between the state  and  the
    35  employee  organization  representing  the  collective  negotiating  unit
    36  consisting of troopers in the division of state police, members in  this
    37  collective  negotiating unit whose principal place of employment, or, in
    38  the case of a field employee, whose official station  as  determined  in
    39  accordance  with the regulations of the state comptroller, is located in
    40  the county of Orange, Putnam or Dutchess shall receive location  pay  at
    41  the rate of $1,754 effective April 1, 2022.
    42    (d)  Such location pay shall continue to be annualized and paid during
    43  regular bi-weekly periods. Such location pay shall be  in  addition  to,
    44  and  shall  not  be a part of, a member's annual basic salary, and shall
    45  not affect or impair any increments or other rights or benefits to which
    46  the member may be entitled; provided, however,  that  the  location  pay
    47  shall  be  included as compensation for purposes of computation of over-
    48  time pay and for retirement purposes.
    49    § 5. Supplemental location compensation. (a) Notwithstanding any other
    50  provision of law to the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement
    51  negotiated between the state and the employee organization  representing
    52  the  collective  negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the division
    53  of state police, members in this collective negotiating unit whose prin-
    54  cipal place of employment, or, in the case of a  field  employee,  whose
    55  official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of the
    56  state  comptroller, is located in the city of New York, or in the county

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     1  of Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Rockland, Westchester,  Nassau  or  Suffolk
     2  shall continue to receive supplemental location pay as follows:
 
     3  Effective Date    April 1,   April 1,   April 1,   April 1,   April 1,
     4                      2018       2019       2020       2021       2022
     5  Orange/Putnam/
     6  Dutchess          $1,280     $1,280     $1,306     $1,332     $1,332
     7  NYC/Rockland/
     8  Westchester       $1,918     $1,918     $1,956     $1,995     $2,330
     9  Nassau/Suffolk    $2,239     $2,239     $2,284     $2,330     $2,330
 
    10    (b) Such supplemental location pay shall continue to be annualized and
    11  paid  during  regular  bi-weekly  periods.  Such  supplemental  location
    12  compensation shall be in addition to, and shall not  be  a  part  of,  a
    13  member's  annual basic salary, and shall not affect or impair any incre-
    14  ments or other rights or benefits to which a  member  may  be  entitled;
    15  provided,  however,  that such compensation shall be included as compen-
    16  sation for purposes of computation of overtime pay  and  for  retirement
    17  purposes.
    18    § 6. Expanded duty pay. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law
    19  to  the  contrary,  pursuant  to  the  terms of the agreement negotiated
    20  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    21  tive negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the  division  of  state
    22  police,  during  the  period  April  1, 2018 through March 31, 2020, the
    23  annual payment for expanded duty pay for  members  of  this  unit  shall
    24  continue  in  the  amount of $8,702. Effective April 1, 2020, the annual
    25  payment for expanded duty pay shall be increased  to  $8,876.  Effective
    26  April  1,  2021,  the  annual  payment  for  expanded  duty pay shall be
    27  increased to $9,054. Effective April 1, 2022,  the  annual  payment  for
    28  expanded duty pay shall be increased to $9,235.
    29    (b)  Pursuant  to  the  terms  of the agreement negotiated between the
    30  state and the employee organization representing the collective  negoti-
    31  ating  unit  consisting  of  troopers  in  the division of state police,
    32  expanded duty pay shall continue to be annualized and paid during  regu-
    33  lar  bi-weekly periods.   Such additional compensation shall be in addi-
    34  tion to, and shall not be part of, the member's annual basic salary, and
    35  shall not affect or impair any rights or benefits to  which  the  member
    36  may  be  entitled;  provided, however, that such additional compensation
    37  shall be included as compensation for purposes of computation  of  over-
    38  time pay and as compensation for retirement.
    39    §  7.  Hazardous  duty pay. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of
    40  law to the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the  agreement  negotiated
    41  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    42  tive  negotiating  unit  consisting of troopers in the division of state
    43  police, the annual payment for hazardous duty pay for  members  of  this
    44  unit  shall  continue and be increased to the amount of $3,734 effective
    45  April 1, 2018. Effective April 1, 2019, the annual payment for hazardous
    46  duty pay shall be $4,234.  Effective April 1, 2020, the  annual  payment
    47  for  hazardous  duty  pay  shall be $4,484. Effective April 1, 2021, the
    48  annual payment for hazardous duty pay shall be $4,734.
    49    (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, pursu-
    50  ant to the terms of the agreement negotiated between the state  and  the
    51  employee  organization  representing  the  collective  negotiating  unit
    52  consisting of troopers in the division of state police,  hazardous  duty
    53  pay shall be payable to members of this unit in December of each respec-
    54  tive state fiscal year to which the payment is attributed, or as soon as

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     1  practicable thereafter. Such payment shall continue to be made as a lump
     2  sum  payment to members of this unit on the payroll on November first of
     3  each year during the pay period that includes  December  first  of  each
     4  year.  Such  payment  shall be in addition to, and shall not be part of,
     5  the member's annual basic salary, and shall not  affect  or  impair  any
     6  rights or benefits to which the member may be entitled; provided, howev-
     7  er,  that such payment shall be included as compensation for purposes of
     8  computation of overtime pay and as compensation for retirement.
     9    § 8. Health benefits committees. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement
    10  negotiated between the state and the employee organization  representing
    11  the  collective  negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the division
    12  of state police, during the period April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2023,
    13  there shall continue to be a committee on health benefits funded in  the
    14  following  amounts:  $13,666  for the period April 1, 2018 through March
    15  31, 2019; $13,939 for the period April 1, 2019 through March  31,  2020;
    16  $14,218 for the period April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021; $14,502 for
    17  the  period  April  1,  2021 through March 31, 2022; and $14,792 for the
    18  period April 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023. One-half of this amount  in
    19  each  year  shall  be  made  available to the state and one-half of this
    20  amount shall be made available to the employee organization representing
    21  such unit.
    22    § 9. Professional development and  training  funds.  Pursuant  to  the
    23  terms  of  an  agreement  negotiated  between the state and the employee
    24  organization representing the collective negotiating unit consisting  of
    25  troopers  in  the  division  of state police, during the period April 1,
    26  2018 through March 31, 2023, there shall continue to be  a  professional
    27  development and quality of working life committee from which the tuition
    28  reimbursement  program, the master's program and the employee assistance
    29  program shall be supported.  Such  committee  shall  be  funded  in  the
    30  following  amounts:  $101,020 for the period April 1, 2018 through March
    31  31, 2019; $103,040 for the period April 1, 2019 through March 31,  2020;
    32  $105,101  for  the period April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021; $107,203
    33  for the period April 1, 2021 through March 31, 2022;  and  $109,347  for
    34  the period April 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023.
    35    §  10.  Recognized degree pay. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
    36  the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated  between
    37  the  state  and  the  employee  organization representing the collective
    38  negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the division of state police,
    39  or the terms of the interest arbitration award made pursuant to subdivi-
    40  sion 4 of section 209 of the civil service  law  binding  the  executive
    41  branch of the state of New York and the employee organization represent-
    42  ing  such  unit,  effective  March  31,  2003, the lump sum payments for
    43  degrees, as contained in section 4 of chapter 244 of the laws  of  2002,
    44  shall continue.
    45    §  11.  Fifteen years of service pay. Notwithstanding any provision of
    46  law to the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the  agreement  negotiated
    47  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    48  tive  negotiating  unit  consisting of troopers in the division of state
    49  police, effective April 1, 2019, all members of the  unit  who  have  15
    50  years of service, as defined by the agreement between the parties, shall
    51  receive  a payment of $1,200.  Such payment shall be annualized and paid
    52  during regular bi-weekly periods. Such payment shall be in addition  to,
    53  and  shall  not  be a part of, a member's annual basic salary, and shall
    54  not affect or impair any increments or other rights or benefits to which
    55  the member may be entitled; provided, however, that the payment shall be

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     1  included as compensation for purposes of computation of overtime pay and
     2  for retirement purposes.
     3    §  12.  Short  swings. (a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the
     4  contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated between  the
     5  state  and the employee organization representing the collective negoti-
     6  ating unit consisting of troopers in the division of  state  police,  or
     7  the terms of the interest arbitration award made pursuant to subdivision
     8  4  of  section 209 of the civil service law binding the executive branch
     9  of the state of New York and the employee organization representing such
    10  unit, effective March 31, 2003, members of this unit who are required to
    11  work short swings shall continue to receive compensation of $30 for each
    12  short swing they are required to work and actually work. There shall  be
    13  no  short  swing  compensation  where  the  short swing is worked at the
    14  request of, or for the convenience of the member, as determined  by  the
    15  division  of state police. The definition of short swing shall be a tour
    16  of duty commencing between the hours of five a.m. and nine a.m. (B line)
    17  followed by a tour of duty commencing between nine p.m. and one a.m.  (A
    18  line) on consecutive days, or, a tour of  duty  commencing  between  the
    19  hours  of  one  p.m. and five p.m.   (C line) followed by a tour of duty
    20  commencing between the hours of five a.m. and  nine  a.m.  (B  line)  on
    21  consecutive  days.  Such additional compensation shall not be payable if
    22  such member's hours of work continue from the conclusion of  the  former
    23  shift to the commencement of the latter shift without interruption.
    24    (b) The additional compensation payable pursuant to this section shall
    25  be in addition to, and shall not be a part of, the member's annual basic
    26  salary,  and  shall not affect or impair any rights or benefits to which
    27  the member may be entitled; provided,  however,  that  any  compensation
    28  payable  pursuant  to this section shall be included as compensation for
    29  the purposes of computation of overtime pay and for retirement purposes.
    30  The director of the budget may adopt such regulations as may  be  deemed
    31  necessary to carry out the provisions of this section.
    32    §  13.  Member in charge of satellite station compensation. Members of
    33  the collective negotiating unit consisting of troopers in  the  division
    34  of  state  police  who are designated "members in charge" of a satellite
    35  station shall continue to receive $435 per year.  Such payment  for  the
    36  "member  in charge" designation shall commence upon such designation and
    37  shall be prorated based upon the duration of the designation.
    38    § 14. Unused sick leave at retirement. Effective March 31,  2003,  the
    39  lump  sum  payment  for  unused  sick leave at retirement as provided in
    40  section 9 of chapter 9 of the laws of 2001 shall continue.
    41    § 15. Overtime meal allowance. Notwithstanding any other provision  of
    42  law  to  the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated
    43  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    44  tive negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the  division  of  state
    45  police,  or the terms of the interest arbitration award made pursuant to
    46  subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service law binding the execu-
    47  tive branch of the state of  New  York  and  the  employee  organization
    48  representing  such  unit,  the  overtime meal allowance for unit members
    49  shall continue at the rates in effect as of March 31, 2007.
    50    § 16. Certified letter. The salary increases and benefit modifications
    51  provided for by this act for state employees in the collective negotiat-
    52  ing unit consisting of troopers in the division of state  police  estab-
    53  lished  pursuant  to  article  14  of the civil service law shall not be
    54  implemented until the director of employee relations shall  have  deliv-
    55  ered to the director of the budget and the comptroller a letter certify-
    56  ing  that  there  is  in  effect with respect to such negotiating unit a

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     1  collective negotiating agreement which provides for such  increases  and
     2  modifications  and  which  is  fully  executed in writing with the state
     3  pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law, and  ratified  pursuant
     4  to  the  ratification  procedure  of the employee organization certified
     5  pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law to represent  each  such
     6  collective negotiating unit.
     7    § 17. Payment and publication of grievance arbitration settlements and
     8  awards.    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law to the contrary, the
     9  appropriations contained in this act shall be available to the state for
    10  the payment and publication of  grievance  arbitration  settlements  and
    11  awards  pursuant  to  article 15 of the collective negotiating agreement
    12  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    13  tive negotiating unit consisting of troopers in the  division  of  state
    14  police.
    15    §  18.  Date  of  entitlement  to salary increase. Notwithstanding the
    16  provisions of this act or of any other provision of law to the contrary,
    17  the increase in salary or compensation of any member of  the  collective
    18  negotiating  unit consisting of troopers in the division of state police
    19  provided by this act shall be added to the  salary  or  compensation  of
    20  such  member  at  the  beginning of that payroll period the first day of
    21  which is nearest to the effective date of such increase as  provided  in
    22  this  act, or at the beginning of the earlier of two payroll periods the
    23  first days of which are nearest but equally near to the  effective  date
    24  of  such  increase as provided in this act; provided, however, that, for
    25  the purposes of determining the salary of such officer or employee  upon
    26  reclassification,   reallocation,   appointment,   promotion,  transfer,
    27  demotion, reinstatement, or other change of status, such salary increase
    28  shall be deemed to be effective on the date  thereof  as  prescribed  by
    29  this  act, with payment thereof pursuant to this section on a date prior
    30  thereto, instead of on such effective date, and  shall  not  operate  to
    31  confer  any  additional  salary  rights  or  benefits on such officer or
    32  employee. Payment of such salary increase may be  deferred  pursuant  to
    33  section nineteen of this act.
    34    §  19.  Deferred  payment  of  salary  increase.  Notwithstanding  the
    35  provisions of any other section of this act or of any other provision of
    36  law to the contrary, pending payment pursuant to this act of  the  basic
    37  annual  salaries  of  incumbents  of positions subject to this act, such
    38  incumbents shall receive, as partial compensation for services rendered,
    39  the rate of compensation otherwise payable  in  their  respective  posi-
    40  tions.  An  incumbent holding a position subject to this act at any time
    41  during the period from the  effective  dates  of  the  salary  increases
    42  provided  for  in this act until the time when basic annual salaries are
    43  first paid pursuant to this act for  such  services  in  excess  of  the
    44  compensation actually received therefor, shall be entitled to a lump sum
    45  payment for the difference between the salary to which such incumbent is
    46  entitled  for such service and the compensation actually received there-
    47  for.  Such lump sum payment shall be made as soon  as  practicable.  Any
    48  amount  payable  in such lump sum paid represents compensation earned in
    49  each of the year or years for which it is calculated  pursuant  to  this
    50  act  and  not as compensation earned wholly in the year during which the
    51  lump sum is paid.  Notwithstanding any law, rule or  regulation  to  the
    52  contrary,  no  member  of  the  unit  consisting of troopers to whom the
    53  provisions of this act apply shall be entitled to, or owed, any interest
    54  or other penalty for any reason on any monies due to such member  pursu-
    55  ant  to  the  terms  of  the  agreement  covering  employees in the unit
    56  consisting of troopers.

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     1    § 20. Use of appropriations.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  the
     2  state  finance  law  or  any other provision of law to the contrary, the
     3  state comptroller is authorized to pay any amounts required  during  the
     4  fiscal year commencing April 1, 2018 or April 1, 2019, by the provisions
     5  of this act for any state department or agency from any appropriation or
     6  other  funds  available  to such state department or agency for personal
     7  service or for other related employee benefits during such fiscal  year.
     8  To  the  extent that such appropriations are insufficient in any fund to
     9  accomplish the purposes herein set forth, the director of the budget  is
    10  authorized to allocate to the various departments and agencies, from any
    11  appropriations  available in any fund, the amounts necessary to pay such
    12  amounts.  The  aforementioned  appropriations  shall  be  available  for
    13  payment  of  any  liabilities  or obligations incurred prior to April 1,
    14  2018 or April 1, 2019, in addition to current liabilities.
    15    § 21. Notwithstanding any provision of the state finance  law  or  any
    16  other provision of law to the contrary, the sum of $42,820,000 is hereby
    17  appropriated  in  the  general  fund/state  purposes  account (10050) in
    18  miscellaneous-all   state   departments   and   agencies   solely    for
    19  apportionment/transfer  by  the  director  of  the budget for use by any
    20  state department or agency in any fund for  the  period  April  1,  2018
    21  through  March  31,  2020  to  supplement  appropriations  for  personal
    22  service, other than personal service and fringe benefits, and  to  carry
    23  out the provisions of this act. No money shall be available for expendi-
    24  ture  from  this  appropriation until a certificate of approval has been
    25  issued by the director of the budget and a copy of such  certificate  or
    26  any  amendment  thereto  has  been filed with the state comptroller, the
    27  chair of the senate finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways
    28  and means committee. The monies hereby appropriated  are  available  for
    29  payment  of  any  liabilities or obligations incurred prior to or during
    30  the period April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2020. For this  purpose,  the
    31  monies  appropriated  shall  remain  in  full  force  and effect for the
    32  payment of liabilities incurred on or before March 31, 2020.
    33    § 22. The several amounts as hereinafter set forth, or so much thereof
    34  as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from the fund so designated
    35  for use by any state department or agency for the period April  1,  2018
    36  through March 31, 2020 to supplement appropriations from each respective
    37  fund  available for other than personal service and fringe benefits, and
    38  to carry out the provisions of this act.  The monies hereby appropriated
    39  are available for the payment of any liabilities or obligations incurred
    40  prior to or during the period commencing April 1, 2018 through March 31,
    41  2020. No money shall be available for expenditure from the monies appro-
    42  priated until a certificate of approval has been issued by the  director
    43  of  the  budget  and a copy of such certificate or any amendment thereto
    44  has been filed with the state  comptroller,  the  chair  of  the  senate
    45  finance  committee  and the chair of the assembly ways and means commit-
    46  tee.
 
    47                     ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
 
    48                              SPECIAL PAY BILLS
 
    49    General Fund/State Operations
    50    State Purposes Account - 003

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     1                     NON-PERSONAL SERVICE
 
     2  Employee Benefit Fund ......................... $1,608,000
     3  Health Benefits Committee ........................ $28,000
     4  Professional Development Fund ................... $206,000
     5  Contract Administration .......................... $50,000
 
     6    §  23.  This  act shall take effect immediately and shall be deemed to
     7  have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2018. Appropri-
     8  ations made by this act shall  remain  in  full  force  and  effect  For
     9  liabilities incurred through March 31, 2020.
 
        -----------------------------------
 
          REPEAL  NOTE. - Subparagraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 of paragraph a of subdivi-
        sion 2 of section 215 of the executive law, repealed by section  one  of
        this  act,  provided salary schedules for state employees in the partic-
        ular titles in the collective negotiating unit consisting of troopers in
        the division of state police and are replaced by revised  salary  sched-
        ules in new subparagraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of paragraph a of subdivision
        2 implementing an agreement between the state and the employee organiza-
        tion  representing such unit.  Paragraph a-1 of subdivision 2 of section
        207-b of the state finance law, repealed by section  two  of  this  act,
        provided for payments to an employee benefit fund for state employees in
        the  particular  titles in the collective negotiating unit consisting of
        commissioned and non-commissioned officers  in  the  division  of  state
        police  and  is replaced by a revised schedule of payments to be made to
        such fund in a new paragraph a-1 implementing an agreement  between  the
        state and the employee organization representing such unit.

    10                                   PART B
 
    11                   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN
    12               THE STATE OF NEW YORK AND THE POLICE BENEVOLENT
    13              ASSOCIATION OF THE NEW YORK STATE TROOPERS, INC.
    14                                FOR 2018-2023
 
    15    Section 1. Subparagraphs 5, 6, 7 and 8 of paragraph a of subdivision 2
    16  of  section  215 of the executive law are REPEALED and five new subpara-
    17  graphs 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are added to read as follows:
    18    (6) Effective April first,  two  thousand  eighteen,  members  of  the
    19  collective  negotiating  unit consisting of commissioned and non-commis-
    20  sioned officers in the division of state police shall  receive  a  basic
    21  annual salary pursuant to the following schedule:
    22                O/P/Du          NYC/R/W         Nass/Suff       All Others
    23  Sergeant and
    24  Technical
    25  Sergeant      $109,380        $110,546        $110,851        $109,163
    26  Station
    27  Commander     $112,914        $114,080        $114,385        $112,700
    28  Zone
    29  Sergeant      $114,717        $115,878        $116,183        $114,500
    30  First,
    31  Staff
    32  and
    33  Chief T/

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     1  Sgt           $120,619        $121,781        $122,087        $120,401
     2  Lieutenant
     3  and
     4  Technical
     5  Lieutenant    $130,715        $131,878        $132,183        $130,500
     6  Lieutenant
     7  BCI           $133,275        $134,439        $134,744        $133,057
     8  Captain       $139,403        $140,567        $140,875        $139,187
     9  Captain BCI   $142,002        $143,163        $143,470        $141,783
    10  Major         $148,540        $149,703        $150,008        $148,321
    11    (7)  Effective  April  first,  two  thousand  nineteen, members of the
    12  collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned  and  non-commis-
    13  sioned  officers  in  the division of state police shall receive a basic
    14  annual salary pursuant to the following schedule:
    15                O/P/Du          NYC/R/W         Nass/Suff       All Others
    16  Sergeant and
    17  Technical
    18  Sergeant      $111,568        $112,757        $113,068        $111,346
    19  Station
    20  Commander     $115,172        $116,362        $116,673        $114,954
    21  Zone
    22  Sergeant      $117,011        $118,196        $118,507        $116,790
    23  First,
    24  Staff
    25  and
    26  Chief T/
    27  Sgt           $123,031        $124,217        $124,529        $122,809
    28  Lieutenant
    29  and
    30  Technical
    31  Lieutenant    $133,329        $134,516        $134,827        $133,110
    32  Lieutenant
    33  BCI           $135,941        $137,128        $137,439        $135,718
    34  Captain       $142,191        $143,378        $143,693        $141,971
    35  Captain BCI   $144,842        $146,026        $146,339        $144,619
    36  Major         $151,511        $152,697        $153,008        $151,287
    37    (8) Effective April first, two thousand twenty, members of the collec-
    38  tive negotiating unit consisting of  commissioned  and  non-commissioned
    39  officers  in  the  division of state police shall receive a basic annual
    40  salary pursuant to the following schedule:
    41                O/P/Du          NYC/R/W         Nass/Suff       All Others
    42  Sergeant and
    43  Technical
    44  Sergeant      $113,799        $115,012        $115,329        $113,573
    45  Station
    46  Commander     $117,475        $118,689        $119,006        $117,253
    47  Zone
    48  Sergeant      $119,351        $120,560        $120,877        $119,126
    49  First,
    50  Staff
    51  and
    52  Chief T/
    53  Sgt           $125,492        $126,701        $127,020        $125,265
    54  Lieutenant
    55  and
    56  Technical

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     1  Lieutenant    $135,996        $137,206        $137,524        $135,772
     2  Lieutenant
     3  BCI           $138,660        $139,871        $140,188        $138,432
     4  Captain       $145,035        $146,246        $146,567        $144,810
     5  Captain BCI   $147,739        $148,947        $149,266        $147,511
     6  Major         $154,541        $155,751        $156,068        $154,313
     7    (9)  Effective  April  first,  two thousand twenty-one, members of the
     8  collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned  and  non-commis-
     9  sioned  officers  in  the division of state police shall receive a basic
    10  annual salary pursuant to the following schedule:
    11                O/P/Du           NYC/R/W         Nass/Suff      All Others
    12  Sergeant and
    13  Technical
    14  Sergeant      $116,075        $117,312        $117,636        $115,844
    15  Station
    16  Commander     $119,825        $121,063        $121,386        $119,598
    17  Zone
    18  Sergeant      $121,738        $122,971        $123,295        $121,509
    19  First,
    20  Staff
    21  and
    22  Chief T/
    23  Sgt           $128,002        $129,235        $129,560        $127,770
    24  Lieutenant
    25  and
    26  Technical
    27  Lieutenant    $138,716        $139,950        $140,274        $138,487
    28  Lieutenant
    29  BCI           $141,433        $142,668        $142,992        $141,201
    30  Captain       $147,936        $149,171        $149,498        $147,706
    31  Captain BCI   $150,694        $151,926        $152,251        $150,461
    32  Major         $157,632        $158,866        $159,189        $157,399
    33    (10) Effective April first, two thousand twenty-two,  members  of  the
    34  collective  negotiating  unit consisting of commissioned and non-commis-
    35  sioned officers in the division of state police shall  receive  a  basic
    36  annual salary pursuant to the following schedule:
    37                O/P/Du           NYC/R/W         Nass/Suff      All Others
    38  Sergeant and
    39  Technical
    40  Sergeant      $118,397        $119,658        $119,989        $118,161
    41  Station
    42  Commander     $122,222        $123,484        $123,814        $121,990
    43  Zone
    44  Sergeant      $124,173        $125,430        $125,761        $123,939
    45  First,
    46  Staff
    47  and
    48  Chief T/
    49  Sgt           $130,562        $131,820        $132,151        $130,325
    50  Lieutenant
    51  and
    52  Technical
    53  Lieutenant    $141,490        $142,749        $143,079        $141,257
    54  Lieutenant
    55  BCI           $144,262        $145,521        $145,852        $144,025
    56  Captain       $150,895        $152,154        $152,488        $150,660

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     1  Captain BCI   $153,708        $154,965        $155,296        $153,470
     2  Major         $160,785        $162,043        $162,373        $160,547
     3    §  2.  Paragraph  a  of  subdivision  2  of section 207-b of the state
     4  finance law is REPEALED and a new  paragraph  a  is  added  to  read  as
     5  follows:
     6    a.  Where, and to the extent that, the agreement between the state and
     7  an employee organization entered into pursuant to  article  fourteen  of
     8  the  civil  service  law  so  provides on behalf of the employees in the
     9  collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned  and  non-commis-
    10  sioned officers in the division of state police, established pursuant to
    11  article fourteen of the civil service law, and upon audit and warrant of
    12  the  state  comptroller,  the  director shall provide for the payment of
    13  monies to such employee organization for the establishment  and  mainte-
    14  nance  of an employee benefit fund established by the employee organiza-
    15  tion for the employees in the negotiating unit covered by  the  control-
    16  ling  provisions  of  such agreement providing for such employee benefit
    17  fund.  Such amounts are to be determined consistent with said agreement,
    18  including any and all monies agreed to be transferred in said agreement,
    19  and on the basis of the number of full-time annual  salaried  employees,
    20  other  than full-time seasonal employees, on the payroll on March first,
    21  two thousand eighteen for payments to be made on April first, two  thou-
    22  sand  eighteen, the number of full-time annual salaried employees, other
    23  than full-time seasonal employees, on the payroll on  March  first,  two
    24  thousand  nineteen  for payments to be made on April first, two thousand
    25  nineteen, the number of full-time annual salaried employees, other  than
    26  full-time  seasonal  employees, on the payroll on March first, two thou-
    27  sand twenty for payments to be made on April first, two thousand twenty,
    28  the number of full-time annual salaried employees, other than  full-time
    29  seasonal  employees, on the payroll on March first, two thousand twenty-
    30  one for payments to be made on April first, two thousand twenty-one, and
    31  the number of full-time annual salaried employees, other than  full-time
    32  seasonal  employees, on the payroll on March first, two thousand twenty-
    33  two for payments to be made on April first, two thousand twenty-two. The
    34  amounts, which will be determined pursuant to this section, for  employ-
    35  ees  who  are  paid from special or administrative funds, other than the
    36  general fund or the capital projects fund of the  state,  will  be  paid
    37  from  the  appropriations  as  provided  by law, in which case the state
    38  comptroller will establish procedures  to  ensure  repayment  from  said
    39  special or administrative funds. The director shall enter into an agree-
    40  ment  with  the employee organization that sets forth the specific terms
    41  and conditions for the transmittal of monies pursuant to  this  section.
    42  Payments  made  pursuant  to  this  paragraph  and paragraph a-1 of this
    43  subdivision shall be made to the same fund as set forth in the agreement
    44  between the director and the employee organization that  represents  the
    45  employees  covered by the provisions of this paragraph and paragraph a-1
    46  of this subdivision.
    47    § 3. Lump sum payment.  Each member of this unit shall receive a  lump
    48  sum  payment  in the amount of a .5% increase on a member's basic annual
    49  salary for the period April 7, 2016 to April 5, 2017, and a .5% increase
    50  on a member's basic annual salary for the period April 6, 2017 to  April
    51  4,  2018  (inclusive of the .5% increase for the period April 7, 2016 to
    52  April 5, 2017). Members who were not on  the  payroll  for  this  entire
    53  period  shall receive a pro-rata lump sum payment for the period of time
    54  such member was on the payroll during the period April 7, 2016 to  April
    55  5, 2018. Such additional compensation shall be in addition to, and shall
    56  not  be  part of, the member's annual basic salary, and shall not affect

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     1  or impair any rights or benefits to which the member  may  be  entitled;
     2  provided,  however,  that such additional compensation shall be included
     3  as compensation for retirement purposes.
     4    § 4. Location compensation. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of
     5  law  to  the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated
     6  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
     7  tive negotiating unit consisting of  commissioned  and  non-commissioned
     8  officers  in  the  division  of state police, members in this collective
     9  negotiating unit whose principal place of employment, or, in the case of
    10  a field employee, whose official station  as  determined  in  accordance
    11  with  the regulations of the state comptroller, is located in the county
    12  of Monroe and who were on the payroll on March 31, 1985,  and  who  have
    13  received  this  location  compensation  continually  since  then,  shall
    14  continue to receive location pay at the rate of $200 per year,  provided
    15  the  member  continues to be otherwise eligible. Such location pay shall
    16  continue to be annualized and paid during the regular bi-weekly periods.
    17  Such location pay shall be in addition to, and shall not be a part of, a
    18  member's annual basic salary, and shall not affect or impair any  incre-
    19  ments  or  other rights or benefits to which the member may be entitled;
    20  provided, however, that location pay shall be included  as  compensation
    21  for purposes of computation of overtime pay and for retirement purposes.
    22    (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, pursu-
    23  ant  to  the terms of the agreement negotiated between the state and the
    24  employee  organization  representing  the  collective  negotiating  unit
    25  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division
    26  of state police, members in this collective negotiating unit whose prin-
    27  cipal  place  of  employment, or, in the case of a field employee, whose
    28  official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of the
    29  state comptroller, is located in the city of New York, or in the  county
    30  of  Rockland,  Westchester,  Nassau or Suffolk shall continue to receive
    31  location pay at the rate of $1,536 per year  effective  April  1,  2010.
    32  Such rate shall be increased as follows: $1,686 effective April 1, 2019;
    33  $1,720 effective April 1, 2020; and $1,754 effective April 1, 2021.
    34    (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, pursu-
    35  ant  to  the terms of the agreement negotiated between the state and the
    36  employee  organization  representing  the  collective  negotiating  unit
    37  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division
    38  of state police, members in this collective negotiating unit whose prin-
    39  cipal  place  of  employment, or, in the case of a field employee, whose
    40  official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of the
    41  state comptroller, is located in the county of Orange, Putnam or  Dutch-
    42  ess  shall receive location pay at the rate of $1,754 effective April 1,
    43  2022.
    44    (d) Such location pay shall continue to be annualized and paid  during
    45  regular  bi-weekly  periods.  Such location pay shall be in addition to,
    46  and shall not be a part of, a member's annual basic  salary,  and  shall
    47  not affect or impair any increments or other rights or benefits to which
    48  the  member  may  be  entitled; provided, however, that the location pay
    49  shall be included as compensation for purposes of computation  of  over-
    50  time pay and for retirement purposes.
    51    § 5. Supplemental location compensation. (a) Notwithstanding any other
    52  provision of law to the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement
    53  negotiated  between the state and the employee organization representing
    54  the collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and  non-com-
    55  missioned  officers  in  the  division  of state police, members in this
    56  collective negotiating unit whose principal place of employment, or,  in

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     1  the  case  of  a field employee, whose official station as determined in
     2  accordance with the regulations of the state comptroller, is located  in
     3  the  city  of  New  York,  or in the county of Putnam, Orange, Dutchess,
     4  Rockland,  Westchester,  Nassau  or  Suffolk  shall  continue to receive
     5  supplemental location pay as follows:

     6  Effective Date    April 1,   April 1,   April 1,   April 1,   April 1,
     7                      2018       2019       2020       2021       2022
     8  Orange/Putnam/
     9  Dutchess          $1,280     $1,280     $1,306     $1,332     $1,332
    10  NYC/Rockland/
    11  Westchester       $1,918     $1,918     $1,956     $1,995     $2,330
    12  Nassau/Suffolk    $2,239     $2,239     $2,284     $2,330     $2,330
 
    13    (b) Such supplemental location pay shall continue to be annualized and
    14  paid  during  regular  bi-weekly  periods.  Such  supplemental  location
    15  compensation  shall  be  in  addition  to, and shall not be a part of, a
    16  member's annual basic salary, and shall not affect or impair any  incre-
    17  ments  or  other rights or benefits to which the member may be entitled;
    18  provided, however, that such compensation shall be included  as  compen-
    19  sation  for  purposes  of computation of overtime pay and for retirement
    20  purposes.
    21    § 6. Expanded duty pay. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law
    22  to the contrary, pursuant to  the  terms  of  the  agreement  negotiated
    23  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    24  tive  negotiating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned
    25  officers in the division of state police, during  the  period  April  1,
    26  2018  through  March  31, 2020, the annual payment for expanded duty pay
    27  for members of this unit shall continue in the amount of $8,702.  Effec-
    28  tive  April  1,  2020, the annual payment for expanded duty pay shall be
    29  increased to $8,876. Effective April 1, 2021,  the  annual  payment  for
    30  expanded duty pay shall be increased to $9,054. Effective April 1, 2022,
    31  the annual payment for expanded duty pay shall be increased to $9,235.
    32    (b)  Pursuant  to  the  terms  of the agreement negotiated between the
    33  state and the employee organization representing the collective  negoti-
    34  ating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in
    35  the division of state police, expanded duty pay  shall  continue  to  be
    36  annualized  and  paid  during regular bi-weekly periods. Such additional
    37  compensation shall be in addition to, and shall  not  be  part  of,  the
    38  member's  annual basic salary, and shall not affect or impair any rights
    39  or benefits to which the member may be entitled; provided, however, that
    40  such additional compensation  shall  be  included  as  compensation  for
    41  purposes  of computation of overtime pay and as compensation for retire-
    42  ment.
    43    § 7. Hazardous duty pay. (a) Notwithstanding any  other  provision  of
    44  law  to  the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated
    45  between the state and employee organization representing the  collective
    46  negotiating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned offi-
    47  cers in the division of state police, the annual payment  for  hazardous
    48  duty pay for members of this unit shall continue and be increased to the
    49  amount  of  $3,734 effective April 1, 2018. Effective April 1, 2019, the
    50  annual payment for hazardous duty pay shall be $4,234.  Effective  April
    51  1,  2020,  the  annual  payment  for hazardous duty pay shall be $4,484.
    52  Effective April 1, 2021, the annual payment for hazardous duty pay shall
    53  be $4,734.

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     1    (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, pursu-
     2  ant to the terms of the agreement negotiated between the state  and  the
     3  employee  organization  representing  the  collective  negotiating  unit
     4  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division
     5  of  state police, hazardous duty pay shall be payable to members of this
     6  unit in December of each respective  state  fiscal  year  to  which  the
     7  payment  is  attributed,  or  as  soon  as  practicable thereafter. Such
     8  payment shall continue to be made as a lump sum payment  to  members  of
     9  this  unit  on the payroll on the first of November each year during the
    10  pay period that includes the first of December each year.  Such  payment
    11  shall  be  in addition to, and shall not be part of, the member's annual
    12  basic salary, and shall not affect or impair any rights or  benefits  to
    13  which  the  member may be entitled; provided, however, that such payment
    14  shall be included as compensation for purposes of computation  of  over-
    15  time pay and as compensation for retirement.
    16    §  8.  Command  pay.  (a)  Notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    17  contrary, pursuant to the terms of an agreement negotiated  between  the
    18  state  and the employee organization representing the collective negoti-
    19  ating unit consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned  officers  in
    20  the  division of state police, in recognition that commissioned and non-
    21  commissioned officers in the division  of  state  police  assume  higher
    22  level  responsibilities, such commissioned and non-commissioned officers
    23  shall continue to receive command pay in the amount  of  $319  effective
    24  April  1,  2018. Effective April 1, 2019, command pay shall be increased
    25  to the amount of $1,519.
    26    (b) Such payment shall be  annualized  and  paid  during  the  regular
    27  bi-weekly  periods  and  shall  be  in addition to, and not part of, the
    28  member's annual basic salary, and shall not affect or impair any  rights
    29  or benefits to which the member may be entitled; provided, however, such
    30  payments  shall  be  included  as  compensation for retirement purposes.
    31  Command pay shall be included for overtime calculations for  non-commis-
    32  sioned officers.
    33    § 9. Health benefits committees. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement
    34  negotiated  between the state and the employee organization representing
    35  the collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and  non-com-
    36  missioned  officers  in  the division of state police, during the period
    37  April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2023,  there  shall  continue  to  be  a
    38  committee on health benefits funded in the following amounts: $5,466 for
    39  the  period  April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019; $5,575 for the period
    40  April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020; $5,687 for  the  period  April  1,
    41  2020 through March 31, 2021; $5,801 for the period April 1, 2021 through
    42  March  31,  2022;  and $5,917 for the period April 1, 2022 through March
    43  31, 2023. One-half of this amount in each year shall be  made  available
    44  to  the state and one-half of this amount shall be made available to the
    45  employee organization representing such unit.
    46    § 10. Professional development and training  funds.  Pursuant  to  the
    47  terms  of  an  agreement  negotiated  between the state and the employee
    48  organization representing the collective negotiating unit consisting  of
    49  commissioned  and  non-commissioned  officers  in  the division of state
    50  police, during the period April 1, 2018 through March  31,  2023,  there
    51  shall  continue  to be a professional development and quality of working
    52  life  committee  from  which  the  tuition  reimbursement  program,  the
    53  master's program and the employee assistance program shall be supported.
    54  Such  committee  shall  be funded in the following amounts: $101,020 for
    55  the period April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019; $103,040 for the period
    56  April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020; $105,101 for the period  April  1,

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     1  2020  through  March  31,  2021;  $107,203  for the period April 1, 2021
     2  through March 31, 2022; and  $109,347  for  the  period  April  1,  2022
     3  through March 31, 2023.
     4    §  11.  Recognized degree pay. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
     5  the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated  between
     6  the  state  and  the  employee  organization representing the collective
     7  negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and  non-commissioned  offi-
     8  cers in the division of state police, or the terms of the interest arbi-
     9  tration award made pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil
    10  service  law  binding  the executive branch of the state of New York and
    11  the employee organization representing such unit,  effective  March  31,
    12  2003,  the  lump  sum payments for degrees, as contained in section 5 of
    13  chapter 244 of the laws of 2002, shall continue.
    14    § 12. Short swings. (a) Notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    15  contrary,  pursuant to the terms of the agreement negotiated between the
    16  state and the employee organization representing the collective  negoti-
    17  ating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in
    18  the division of state police, or the terms of the  interest  arbitration
    19  award made pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the civil service
    20  law  binding  the  executive  branch  of  the  state of New York and the
    21  employee organization representing such unit, effective March 31,  2003,
    22  members of this unit who are required to work short swings shall contin-
    23  ue to receive compensation of $30 for each short swing they are required
    24  to  work  and  actually work. There shall be no short swing compensation
    25  where the short swing is worked at the request of, or  for  the  conven-
    26  ience  of the member, as determined by the division of state police. The
    27  definition of short swing shall be a tour of duty commencing between the
    28  hours of five a.m. and nine a.m. (B line) followed by  a  tour  of  duty
    29  commencing  between nine p.m. and one a.m. (A line) on consecutive days,
    30  or, a tour of duty commencing between the hours of  one  p.m.  and  five
    31  p.m. (C line) followed by a tour of duty commencing between the hours of
    32  five  a.m.  and  nine a.m. (B line) on consecutive days. Such additional
    33  compensation shall not be payable if such member's hours of work contin-
    34  ue from the conclusion of the former shift to the  commencement  of  the
    35  latter shift without interruption.
    36    (b) The additional compensation payable pursuant to this section shall
    37  be in addition to, and shall not be a part of, the member's annual basic
    38  salary,  and  shall not affect or impair any rights or benefits to which
    39  the member may be entitled; provided,  however,  that  any  compensation
    40  payable  pursuant  to this section shall be included as compensation for
    41  the purposes of computation of overtime pay and for retirement purposes.
    42  The director of the budget may adopt such regulations as may  be  deemed
    43  necessary to carry out the provisions of this section.
    44    §  13.  Unused sick leave at retirement. Effective March 31, 2003, the
    45  lump sum payment for unused sick leave  at  retirement  as  provided  in
    46  section 9 of chapter 10 of the laws of 2001 shall continue.
    47    §  14. Overtime meal allowance. Notwithstanding any other provision of
    48  law to the contrary, pursuant to the terms of the  agreement  negotiated
    49  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    50  tive  negotiating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned
    51  officers in the division of state police, or the terms of  the  interest
    52  arbitration  award  made pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 209 of the
    53  civil service law binding the executive branch of the state of New  York
    54  and  the employee organization representing such unit, the overtime meal
    55  allowance for unit members shall continue at the rates in effect  as  of
    56  March 31, 2007.

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     1    §  15.  Certifying letter.  The salary increases and benefit modifica-
     2  tions provided for by this act for state  employees  in  the  collective
     3  negotiating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned offi-
     4  cers in the division of state police established pursuant to article  14
     5  of  the civil service law shall not be implemented until the director of
     6  employee relations shall have delivered to the director  of  the  budget
     7  and  the  comptroller  a  letter certifying that there is in effect with
     8  respect to such negotiating  unit  a  collective  negotiating  agreement
     9  which  provides  for such increases and modifications and which is fully
    10  executed in writing with the state pursuant to article 14 of  the  civil
    11  service  law, and ratified pursuant to the ratification procedure of the
    12  employee organization certified pursuant to  article  14  of  the  civil
    13  service law to represent each such collective negotiating unit.
    14    § 16. Payment and publication of grievance arbitration settlements and
    15  awards.    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law to the contrary, the
    16  appropriations contained in this act shall be available to the state for
    17  the payment and publication of  grievance  arbitration  settlements  and
    18  awards  pursuant  to  article 15 of the collective negotiating agreement
    19  between the state and the employee organization representing the collec-
    20  tive negotiating unit consisting of  commissioned  and  non-commissioned
    21  officers in the division of state police.
    22    §  17.  Date  of  entitlement  to salary increase. Notwithstanding the
    23  provisions of this act or of any other provision of law to the contrary,
    24  the increase in salary or compensation of any member of  the  collective
    25  negotiating  unit  consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned offi-
    26  cers in the division of state police provided by this act shall be added
    27  to the salary of such member at the beginning of that payroll period the
    28  first day of which is nearest to the effective date of such increase  as
    29  provided  in this act, or at the beginning of the earlier of two payroll
    30  periods the first days of which are nearest  but  equally  near  to  the
    31  effective  date  of  such  increase  as  provided in this act; provided,
    32  however, that, for the purposes of determining the salary of such  offi-
    33  cer   or  employee  upon  reclassification,  reallocation,  appointment,
    34  promotion, transfer, demotion, reinstatement, or other change of status,
    35  such salary increase shall be deemed to be effective on the date thereof
    36  as prescribed by this act, with payment thereof pursuant to this section
    37  on a date prior thereto, instead of on such effective  date,  and  shall
    38  not  operate  to confer any additional salary rights or benefits on such
    39  officer or employee. Payment of such salary  increase  may  be  deferred
    40  pursuant to section eighteen of this act.
    41    §  18.  Deferred  payment  of  salary  increase.  Notwithstanding  the
    42  provisions of any other section of this act or of any other provision of
    43  law to the contrary, pending payment pursuant to this act of  the  basic
    44  annual  salaries  of  incumbents  of positions subject to this act, such
    45  incumbents shall receive, as partial compensation for services rendered,
    46  the rate of compensation otherwise payable  in  their  respective  posi-
    47  tions.  An  incumbent holding a position subject to this act at any time
    48  during the period from the  effective  dates  of  the  salary  increases
    49  provided  for  in this act until the time when basic annual salaries are
    50  first paid pursuant to this act for  such  services  in  excess  of  the
    51  compensation actually received therefor, shall be entitled to a lump sum
    52  payment for the difference between the salary to which such incumbent is
    53  entitled  for such service and the compensation actually received there-
    54  for.  Such lump sum payment shall be made as soon  as  practicable.  Any
    55  amount  payable  in such lump sum paid represents compensation earned in
    56  each of the year or years for which it is calculated  pursuant  to  this

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     1  act  and  not as compensation earned wholly in the year during which the
     2  lump sum is paid.  Notwithstanding any law, rule or  regulation  to  the
     3  contrary,  no member of the unit consisting of commissioned and non-com-
     4  missioned  officers  to  whom  the provisions of this act apply shall be
     5  entitled to, or owed, any interest or other penalty for  any  reason  on
     6  any  monies  due  to  such member pursuant to the terms of the agreement
     7  covering employees in the unit consisting of commissioned  and  non-com-
     8  missioned officers.
     9    §  19.  Use  of  appropriations.  Notwithstanding any provision of the
    10  state finance law or any other provision of law  to  the  contrary,  the
    11  state  comptroller  is authorized to pay any amounts required during the
    12  fiscal year commencing April 1, 2018 or April 1, 2019, by the provisions
    13  of this act for any state department or agency from any appropriation or
    14  other funds available to such state department or  agency  for  personal
    15  service  or for other related employee benefits during such fiscal year.
    16  To the extent that such appropriations are insufficient in any  fund  to
    17  accomplish  the purposes herein set forth, the director of the budget is
    18  authorized to allocate to the various departments and agencies, from any
    19  appropriations available in any fund, the amounts necessary to pay  such
    20  amounts.  The  aforementioned  appropriations  shall  be  available  for
    21  payment of any liabilities or obligations incurred  prior  to  April  1,
    22  2018 or April 1, 2019, in addition to current liabilities.
    23    §  20.  Notwithstanding  any provision of the state finance law or any
    24  other provision of law to the contrary, the sum of $13,440,000 is hereby
    25  appropriated in the  general  fund/state  purposes  account  (10050)  in
    26  miscellaneous-all    state   departments   and   agencies   solely   for
    27  apportionment/transfer by the director of the  budget  for  use  by  any
    28  state  department  or  agency  in  any fund for the period April 1, 2018
    29  through  March  31,  2020  to  supplement  appropriations  for  personal
    30  service,  other  than personal service and fringe benefits, and to carry
    31  out the provisions of this act. No money shall be available for expendi-
    32  ture from this appropriation until a certificate of  approval  has  been
    33  issued  by  the director of the budget and a copy of such certificate or
    34  any amendment thereto has been filed with  the  state  comptroller,  the
    35  chair of the senate finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways
    36  and  means  committee.  The monies hereby appropriated are available for
    37  payment of any liabilities or obligations incurred prior  to  or  during
    38  the  period  April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2020. For this purpose, the
    39  monies appropriated shall remain  in  full  force  and  effect  for  the
    40  payment of liabilities incurred on or before March 31, 2020.
    41    § 21. The several amounts as hereinafter set forth, or so much thereof
    42  as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from the fund so designated
    43  for  use  by  any  state  department or agency for the period commencing
    44  April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2020 to supplement  appropriations  from
    45  each  respective  fund  available  for  other  than personal service and
    46  fringe benefits, and to carry out the provisions of this act. The monies
    47  hereby appropriated are available for  payment  of  any  liabilities  or
    48  obligations  incurred  prior to or during the period commencing April 1,
    49  2018 through March 31, 2020.  No money shall be available  for  expendi-
    50  ture  from  the  monies appropriated until a certificate of approval has
    51  been issued by the director of the budget and a copy of such certificate
    52  or any amendment thereto has been filed with the state comptroller,  the
    53  chair of the senate finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways
    54  and means committee.

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     1                     ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
 
     2                              SPECIAL PAY BILLS
 
     3    General Fund/State Operations
     4    State Purposes Account - 003
 
     5                     NON-PERSONAL SERVICE
 
     6  Employee Benefit Fund ........................... $431,000
     7  Health Benefits Committee ........................ $11,200
     8  Professional Development Fund ................... $206,000
 
     9    §  22.  This  act shall take effect immediately and shall be deemed to
    10  have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2018. Appropri-
    11  ations made by this act shall  remain  in  full  force  and  effect  for
    12  liabilities incurred through March 31, 2020.
 
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          REPEAL  NOTE.--Subparagraphs 5, 6, 7, and 8 of paragraph a of subdivi-
        sion 2 of section 215 of the executive law, repealed by section  one  of
        this  act,  provided salary schedules for state employees in the partic-
        ular titles in the collective negotiating  unit  consisting  of  commis-
        sioned and non-commissioned officers in the division of state police and
        are replaced by revised salary schedules in new subparagraphs 6, 7, 8, 9
        and 10 of paragraph a of subdivision 2 implementing an agreement between
        the  state  and  the employee organization representing such unit. Para-
        graph a of subdivision 2 of section 207-b  of  the  state  finance  law,
        repealed by section two of this act, provided for payments to an employ-
        ee  benefit  fund  for  state  employees in the particular titles in the
        collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned  and  non-commis-
        sioned  officers  in  the  division of state police and is replaced by a
        revised schedule of payments to be made to such fund in a new  paragraph
        a implementing an agreement between the state and the employee organiza-
        tion representing such unit.
 
    13                                   PART C
    14                   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN
    15     THE STATE OF NEW YORK AND THE NEW YORK STATE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS
    16       AND POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, INC., SECURITY SERVICES UNIT
    17                                FOR 2016-2023
 
    18    Section  1.  Paragraph  f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil
    19  service law is REPEALED and a new  paragraph  f  is  added  to  read  as
    20  follows:
    21    f.  Effective  on the dates indicated, salary grades for the positions
    22  in the competitive, non-competitive and labor classes of the  classified
    23  service  of  the  state  of  New York in the collective negotiating unit
    24  designated as the security services collective negotiating  unit  estab-
    25  lished pursuant to article fourteen of this chapter who are not eligible
    26  for binding interest arbitration pursuant to subdivision four of section
    27  two hundred nine of this chapter, shall be as follows:
    28  1. Effective April 1, 2016:

        A. 6965                            22
 
     1                Effective March 31, 2016 (Institutional) and
     2                  Effective April 7, 2016 (Administrative)

     3               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
     4                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
     5      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
     6      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
     7  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
     8   1  25824    26826     27828     28830     29832     30834
     9   2  26695    27750     28805     29860     30915     31970
    10   3  27915    29016     30117     31218     32319     33420
    11   4  29081    30241     31401     32561     33721     34881
    12   5  30367    31584     32801     34018     35235     36452
    13   6  31856    33140     34424     35708     36992     38276
    14   7  33549    34883     36217     37551     38885     40219
    15   8  35331    36717     38103     39489     40875     42261
    16   9  37194    38642     40090     41538     42986     44434
    17  10  39198    40719     42240     43761     45282     46803
    18  11  41399    42981     44563     46145     47727     49309
    19  12  43595    45247     46899     48551     50203     51855
    20  13  46081    47807     49533     51259     52985     54711
    21  14  48618    50428     52238     54048     55858     57668
    22  15  51304    53186     55068     56950     58832     60714
    23  16  54089    56057     58025     59993     61961     63929
    24  17  57020    59092     61164     63236     65308     67380
    25  18  60148    62324     64500     66676     68852     71028
    26  19  63322    65593     67864     70135     72406     74677
    27  20  66472    68846     71220     73594     75968     78342
    28  21  69943    72418     74893     77368     79843     82318
    29  22  73574    76194     78814     81434     84054     86674
    30  23  77448    80144     82840     85536     88232     90928
    31  24  81529    84327     87125     89923     92721     95519
    32  25  85967    88883     91799     94715     97631    100547
    33                                                       Long
    34                                                       Max.
    35                        10 yr.    15 yr.    20 yr.    25 yr.
    36      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    37      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    38   1  31836    1002      33645     35236     38110     39701
    39   2  33025    1055      34938     36621     39573     41256
    40   3  34521    1101      36516     38273     41287     43044
    41   4  36041    1160      38280     39983     43080     44783
    42   5  37669    1217      39876     41815     44996     46937
    43   6  39560    1284      41885     43932     47202     49250
    44   7  41553    1334      43970     46097     49437     51562
    45   8  43647    1386      46157     48370     51778     53990
    46   9  45882    1448      48505     50817     54317     56626
    47  10  48324    1521      51074     53495     57088     59509
    48  11  50891    1582      53755     56276     59957     62477
    49  12  53507    1652      56506     59140     62921     65560
    50  13  56437    1726      59558     62306     66182     68930
    51  14  59478    1810      62749     65628     69617     72496
    52  15  62596    1882      66001     69000     73096     76093
    53  16  65897    1968      69457     72592     76800     79934
    54  17  69452    2072      73201     76495     80851     84148
    55  18  73204    2176      77143     80610     85113     88583

        A. 6965                            23
 
     1  19  76948    2271      81061     84680     89311     92930
     2  20  80716    2374      85019     88803     93584     97371
     3  21  84793    2475      89279     93226     98142    102087
     4  22  89294    2620      94037     98208    103323    107496
     5  23  93624    2696      98510    102811    108033    112335
     6  24  98317    2798     103381    107838    113199    117658
     7  25  103463   2916     108745    113393    118916    123564

     8  2. Effective April 1, 2017:
 
     9                 Effective March 30, 2017 (Institutional) and
    10                   Effective April 6, 2017 (Administrative)
 
    11               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    12                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    13      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    14      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    15  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    16   1  26,340  27,362    28,384    29,406    30,428    31,450
    17   2  27,229  28,305    29,381    30,457    31,533    32,609
    18   3  28,473  29,596    30,719    31,842    32,965    34,088
    19   4  29,663  30,846    32,029    33,212    34,395    35,578
    20   5  30,974  32,215    33,456    34,697    35,938    37,179
    21   6  32,493  33,803    35,113    36,423    37,733    39,043
    22   7  34,220  35,581    36,942    38,303    39,664    41,025
    23   8  36,038  37,452    38,866    40,280    41,694    43,108
    24   9  37,938  39,415    40,892    42,369    43,846    45,323
    25  10  39,982  41,533    43,084    44,635    46,186    47,737
    26  11  42,227  43,841    45,455    47,069    48,683    50,297
    27  12  44,467  46,152    47,837    49,522    51,207    52,892
    28  13  47,003  48,764    50,525    52,286    54,047    55,808
    29  14  49,590  51,436    53,282    55,128    56,974    58,820
    30  15  52,330  54,250    56,170    58,090    60,010    61,930
    31  16  55,171  57,178    59,185    61,192    63,199    65,206
    32  17  58,160  60,274    62,388    64,502    66,616    68,730
    33  18  61,351  63,571    65,791    68,011    70,231    72,451
    34  19  64,588  66,905    69,222    71,539    73,856    76,173
    35  20  67,801  70,223    72,645    75,067    77,489    79,911
    36  21  71,342  73,867    76,392    78,917    81,442    83,967
    37  22  75,045  77,718    80,391    83,064    85,737    88,410
    38  23  78,997  81,747    84,497    87,247    89,997    92,747
    39  24  83,160  86,014    88,868    91,722    94,576    97,430
    40  25  87,686   90,660   93,634    96,608    99,582    102,556
    41                                                       Long
    42                                                       Max.
    43                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    44      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    45      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    46   1  32,472   1,022    34,317    35,940    38,871    40,494
    47   2  33,685   1,076    35,636    37,353    40,364    42,081
    48   3  35,211   1,123    37,246    39,038    42,112    43,904
    49   4  36,761   1,183    39,045    40,782    43,941    45,678
    50   5  38,420   1,241    40,671    42,649    45,894    47,873
    51   6  40,353   1,310    42,725    44,812    48,148    50,237
    52   7  42,386   1,361    44,851    47,021    50,428    52,595

        A. 6965                            24
 
     1   8  44,522   1,414    47,082    49,339    52,816    55,072
     2   9  46,800   1,477    49,475    51,834    55,404    57,759
     3  10  49,288   1,551    52,093    54,562    58,227    60,697
     4  11  51,911   1,614    54,832    57,404    61,158    63,729
     5  12  54,577   1,685    57,636    60,323    64,179    66,871
     6  13  57,569   1,761    60,752    63,555    67,509    70,312
     7  14  60,666   1,846    64,002    66,939    71,008    73,944
     8  15  63,850   1,920    67,323    70,382    74,560    77,617
     9  16  67,213   2,007    70,844    74,042    78,334    81,531
    10  17  70,844   2,114    74,668    78,028    82,471    85,834
    11  18  74,671   2,220    78,689    82,225    86,818    90,358
    12  19  78,490   2,317    82,685    86,377    91,100    94,792
    13  20  82,333   2,422    86,722    90,582    95,458    99,321
    14  21  86,492   2,525    91,068    95,094    100,108   104,132
    15  22  91,083   2,673    95,921    100,175   105,393   109,649
    16  23  95,497   2,750    100,481   104,868   110,194   114,582
    17  24  100,284  2,854    105,449   109,995   115,464   120,012
    18  25  105,530  2,974    110,918   115,659   121,292   126,033
 
    19  3. Effective April 1, 2018:
 
    20                 Effective March 29, 2018 (Institutional) and
    21                   Effective April 5, 2018 (Administrative)
 
    22               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    23                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    24      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    25      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    26  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    27   1  26,867  27,909    28,951    29,993    31,035    32,077
    28   2  27,774  28,872    29,970    31,068    32,166    33,264
    29   3  29,042  30,188    31,334    32,480    33,626    34,772
    30   4  30,256  31,463    32,670    33,877    35,084    36,291
    31   5  31,593  32,859    34,125    35,391    36,657    37,923
    32   6  33,143  34,479    35,815    37,151    38,487    39,823
    33   7  34,904  36,292    37,680    39,068    40,456    41,844
    34   8  36,759  38,201    39,643    41,085    42,527    43,969
    35   9  38,697  40,204    41,711    43,218    44,725    46,232
    36  10  40,782  42,364    43,946    45,528    47,110    48,692
    37  11  43,072  44,718    46,364    48,010    49,656    51,302
    38  12  45,356  47,075    48,794    50,513    52,232    53,951
    39  13  47,943  49,739    51,535    53,331    55,127    56,923
    40  14  50,582  52,465    54,348    56,231    58,114    59,997
    41  15  53,377  55,335    57,293    59,251    61,209    63,167
    42  16  56,274  58,321    60,368    62,415    64,462    66,509
    43  17  59,323  61,479    63,635    65,791    67,947    70,103
    44  18  62,578  64,842    67,106    69,370    71,634    73,898
    45  19  65,880  68,243    70,606    72,969    75,332    77,695
    46  20  69,157  71,628    74,099    76,570    79,041    81,512
    47  21  72,769  75,345    77,921    80,497    83,073    85,649
    48  22  76,546  79,273    82,000    84,727    87,454    90,181
    49  23  80,577  83,382    86,187    88,992    91,797    94,602
    50  24  84,823  87,734    90,645    93,556    96,467    99,378
    51  25  89,440  92,474    95,508    98,542    101,576   104,610
    52                                                       Long
    53                                                       Max.

        A. 6965                            25
 
     1                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
     2      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
     3      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
     4   1  33,119   1,042    35,001    36,656    39,646    41,301
     5   2  34,362   1,098    36,352    38,103    41,175    42,926
     6   3  35,918   1,146    37,994    39,822    42,957    44,785
     7   4  37,498   1,207    39,828    41,599    44,822    46,593
     8   5  39,189   1,266    41,485    43,503    46,812    48,831
     9   6  41,159   1,336    43,578    45,707    49,110    51,241
    10   7  43,232   1,388    45,746    47,960    51,435    53,645
    11   8  45,411   1,442    48,022    50,324    53,871    56,172
    12   9  47,739   1,507    50,468    52,874    56,515    58,917
    13  10  50,274   1,582    53,135    55,653    59,392    61,911
    14  11  52,948   1,646    55,927    58,551    62,380    65,002
    15  12  55,670   1,719    58,790    61,531    65,464    68,210
    16  13  58,719   1,796    61,966    64,825    68,858    71,717
    17  14  61,880   1,883    65,283    68,278    72,429    75,424
    18  15  65,125   1,958    68,667    71,788    76,049    79,167
    19  16  68,556   2,047    72,260    75,522    79,899    83,160
    20  17  72,259   2,156    76,159    79,587    84,119    87,549
    21  18  76,162   2,264    80,260    83,867    88,552    92,163
    22  19  80,058   2,363    84,337    88,103    92,920    96,686
    23  20  83,983   2,471    88,460    92,397    97,371    101,311
    24  21  88,225   2,576    92,893    96,999    102,113   106,218
    25  22  92,908   2,727    97,843    102,182   107,504   111,845
    26  23  97,407   2,805    102,491   106,965   112,398   116,874
    27  24  102,289  2,911    107,557   112,194   117,773   122,412
    28  25  107,644  3,034    113,140   117,976   123,721   128,557
 
    29  4. Effective April 1, 2019:
 
    30                 Effective March 28, 2019 (Institutional) and
    31                   Effective April 4, 2019 (Administrative)
 
    32               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    33                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    34      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    35      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    36  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    37   1  27,404  28,467    29,530    30,593    31,656    32,719 
    38   2  28,329  29,449    30,569    31,689    32,809    33,929 
    39   3  29,623  30,792    31,961    33,130    34,299    35,468 
    40   4  30,861  32,092    33,323    34,554    35,785    37,016 
    41   5  32,225  33,516    34,807    36,098    37,389    38,680 
    42   6  33,806  35,169    36,532    37,895    39,258    40,621 
    43   7  35,602  37,018    38,434    39,850    41,266    42,682 
    44   8  37,494  38,965    40,436    41,907    43,378    44,849 
    45   9  39,471  41,008    42,545    44,082    45,619    47,156 
    46  10  41,598  43,212    44,826    46,440    48,054    49,668 
    47  11  43,933  45,612    47,291    48,970    50,649    52,328 
    48  12  46,263  48,016    49,769    51,522    53,275    55,028 
    49  13  48,902  50,734    52,566    54,398    56,230    58,062 
    50  14  51,594  53,515    55,436    57,357    59,278    61,199 
    51  15  54,445  56,442    58,439    60,436    62,433    64,430 
    52  16  57,399  59,487    61,575    63,663    65,751    67,839 
    53  17  60,509  62,708    64,907    67,106    69,305    71,504 

        A. 6965                            26
 
     1  18  63,830  66,139    68,448    70,757    73,066    75,375 
     2  19  67,198  69,608    72,018    74,428    76,838    79,248 
     3  20  70,540  73,061    75,582    78,103    80,624    83,145 
     4  21  74,224  76,852    79,480    82,108    84,736    87,364 
     5  22  78,077  80,859    83,641    86,423    89,205    91,987 
     6  23  82,189  85,050    87,911    90,772    93,633    96,494 
     7  24  86,519  89,488    92,457    95,426    98,395    101,364 
     8  25  91,229  94,324    97,419    100,514   103,609   106,704 
     9                                                       Long
    10                                                       Max.
    11                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    12      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    13      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    14   1  33,782   1,063    35,702    37,390    40,440    42,128 
    15   2  35,049   1,120    37,079    38,865    41,998    43,784 
    16   3  36,637   1,169    38,755    40,619    43,817    45,681 
    17   4  38,247   1,231    40,624    42,430    45,717    47,524 
    18   5  39,971   1,291    42,313    44,371    47,746    49,806 
    19   6  41,984   1,363    44,451    46,623    50,094    52,268 
    20   7  44,098   1,416    46,662    48,921    52,465    54,719 
    21   8  46,320   1,471    48,983    51,331    54,949    57,296 
    22   9  48,693   1,537    51,477    53,931    57,645    60,095 
    23  10  51,282   1,614    54,200    56,769    60,582    63,152 
    24  11  54,007   1,679    57,046    59,722    63,628    66,302 
    25  12  56,781   1,753    59,963    62,759    66,771    69,572 
    26  13  59,894   1,832    63,206    66,122    70,236    73,152 
    27  14  63,120   1,921    66,591    69,646    73,880    76,935 
    28  15  66,427   1,997    70,040    73,223    77,569    80,750 
    29  16  69,927   2,088    73,705    77,032    81,497    84,823 
    30  17  73,703   2,199    77,681    81,178    85,800    89,299 
    31  18  77,684   2,309    81,864    85,543    90,322    94,005 
    32  19  81,658   2,410    86,023    89,864    94,777    98,619 
    33  20  85,666   2,521    90,233    94,248    99,322    103,341 
    34  21  89,992   2,628    94,753    98,941    104,158   108,345 
    35  22  94,769   2,782    99,803    104,228   109,657   114,085 
    36  23  99,355   2,861    104,541   109,104   114,646   119,211 
    37  24  104,333  2,969    109,706   114,436   120,127   124,858 
    38  25  109,799  3,095    115,405   120,338   126,198   131,130 
 
    39  5. Effective April 1, 2020:
 
    40                 Effective March 26, 2020 (Institutional) and
    41                   Effective April 2, 2020 (Administrative)
 
    42               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    43                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    44      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    45      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    46  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    47   1  27952    29036     30120     31204     32288     33372 
    48   2  28896    30038     31180     32322     33464     34606 
    49   3  30215    31408     32601     33794     34987     36180 
    50   4  31478    32734     33990     35246     36502     37758 
    51   5  32870    34187     35504     36821     38138     39455 
    52   6  34482    35872     37262     38652     40042     41432 
    53   7  36314    37758     39202     40646     42090     43534 

        A. 6965                            27
 
     1   8  38244    39744     41244     42744     44244     45744 
     2   9  40260    41828     43396     44964     46532     48100 
     3  10  42430    44076     45722     47368     49014     50660 
     4  11  44812    46525     48238     49951     51664     53377 
     5  12  47188    48976     50764     52552     54340     56128 
     6  13  49880    51749     53618     55487     57356     59225 
     7  14  52626    54585     56544     58503     60462     62421 
     8  15  55534    57571     59608     61645     63682     65719 
     9  16  58547    60677     62807     64937     67067     69197 
    10  17  61719    63962     66205     68448     70691     72934 
    11  18  65107    67462     69817     72172     74527     76882 
    12  19  68542    71000     73458     75916     78374     80832 
    13  20  71951    74522     77093     79664     82235     84806 
    14  21  75708    78389     81070     83751     86432     89113 
    15  22  79639    82477     85315     88153     90991     93829 
    16  23  83833    86751     89669     92587     95505     98423 
    17  24  88249    91278     94307     97336    100365    103394 
    18  25  93054    96211     99368    102525    105682    108839 
    19                                                       Long
    20                                                        Max
    21                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    22      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    23      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    24   1  34456    1084      36414     38136     41247     42969 
    25   2  35748    1142      37819     39640     42836     44658 
    26   3  37373    1193      39533     41435     44697     46598 
    27   4  39014    1256      41439     43281     46633     48477 
    28   5  40772    1317      43161     45260     48703     50804 
    29   6  42822    1390      45338     47554     51094     53312 
    30   7  44978    1444      47593     49897     53512     55811 
    31   8  47244    1500      49960     52355     56046     58440 
    32   9  49668    1568      52508     55011     58799     61298 
    33  10  52306    1646      55282     57903     61792     64413 
    34  11  55090    1713      58190     60919     64903     67631 
    35  12  57916    1788      61162     64014     68106     70963 
    36  13  61094    1869      64472     67447     71643     74617 
    37  14  64380    1959      67920     71037     75355     78471 
    38  15  67756    2037      71441     74688     79121     82365 
    39  16  71327    2130      75181     78574     83128     86521 
    40  17  75177    2243      79235     82802     87516     91085 
    41  18  79237    2355      83501     87253     92128     95884 
    42  19  83290    2458      87742     91660     96671    100590 
    43  20  87377    2571      92035     96131    101306    105406 
    44  21  91794    2681      96650    100922    106243    110514 
    45  22  96667    2838     101802    106315    111853    116369 
    46  23  101341   2918     106631    111285    116938    121594 
    47  24  106423   3029     111903    116728    122533    127359 
    48  25  111996   3157     117714    122746    128723    133754 
 
    49  6. Effective April 1, 2021:
 
    50                 Effective March 25, 2021 (Institutional) and
    51                   Effective April 1, 2021 (Administrative)
 
    52               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    53                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-

        A. 6965                            28
 
     1      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
     2      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
     3  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
     4   1  29201    30338     31475     32612     33749     34886 
     5   2  30189    31387     32585     33783     34981     36179 
     6   3  31570    32820     34070     35320     36570     37820 
     7   4  32893    34211     35529     36847     38165     39483 
     8   5  34351    35734     37117     38500     39883     41266 
     9   6  36039    37497     38955     40413     41871     43329 
    10   7  37960    39474     40988     42502     44016     45530 
    11   8  39982    41555     43128     44701     46274     47847 
    12   9  42097    43739     45381     47023     48665     50307 
    13  10  44371    46098     47825     49552     51279     53006 
    14  11  46868    48665     50462     52259     54056     55853 
    15  12  49357    51233     53109     54985     56861     58737 
    16  13  52179    54136     56093     58050     60007     61964 
    17  14  55057    57109     59161     61213     63265     65317 
    18  15  58105    60238     62371     64504     66637     68770 
    19  16  61265    63495     65725     67955     70185     72415 
    20  17  64583    66934     69285     71636     73987     76338 
    21  18  68137    70603     73069     75535     78001     80467 
    22  19  71740    74319     76898     79477     82056     84635 
    23  20  75311    78006     80701     83396     86091     88786 
    24  21  79246    82053     84860     87667     90474     93281 
    25  22  83368    86341     89314     92287     95260     98233 
    26  23  87764    90820     93876     96932     99988    103044 
    27  24  92393    95563     98733    101903    105073    108243 
    28  25  97425   100734    104043    107352    110661    113970 
    29                                                       Long
    30                                                        Max
    31                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    32      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    33      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    34   1  36023    1137      38030     39796     42983     44749 
    35   2  37377    1198      39499     41367     44646     46512 
    36   3  39070    1250      41284     43231     46574     48523 
    37   4  40801    1318      43286     45179     48609     50501 
    38   5  42649    1383      45098     47253     50777     52935 
    39   6  44787    1458      47369     49637     53266     55536 
    40   7  47044    1514      49729     52087     55788     58146 
    41   8  49420    1573      52212     54660     58442     60897 
    42   9  51949    1642      54865     57423     61308     63872 
    43  10  54733    1727      57785     60471     64456     67143 
    44  11  57650    1797      60826     63625     67709     70507 
    45  12  60613    1876      63939     66865     71060     73984 
    46  13  63921    1957      67386     70432     74737     77780 
    47  14  67369    2052      70997     74191     78618     81810 
    48  15  70903    2133      74683     78008     82550     85876 
    49  16  74645    2230      78594     82071     86745     90219 
    50  17  78689    2351      82844     86503     91335     94992 
    51  18  82933    2466      87303     91151     96146     99990 
    52  19  87214    2579      91776     95789    100929    104945 
    53  20  91481    2695      96254    100456    105758    109958 
    54  21  96088    2807     101064    105443    110899    115279 
    55  22  101206   2973     106468    111097    116773    121404 
    56  23  106100   3056     111521    116293    122087    126858 

        A. 6965                            29
 
     1  24  111413   3170     117031    121975    127926    132870 
     2  25  117279   3309     123137    128298    134427    139583 
 
     3  7. Effective October 1, 2021:
 
     4                 Effective October 7, 2021(Institutional) and
     5                 Effective September 30, 2021(Administrative)

     6               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
     7                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
     8      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
     9      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    10  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    11   1  29201    30338     31475     32612     33749     34886 
    12   2  30189    31387     32585     33783     34981     36179 
    13   3  31570    32820     34070     35320     36570     37820 
    14   4  32893    34211     35529     36847     38165     39483 
    15   5  34351    35734     37117     38500     39883     41266 
    16   6  36039    37497     38955     40413     41871     43329 
    17   7  37960    39474     40988     42502     44016     45530 
    18   8  39982    41555     43128     44701     46274     47847 
    19   9  42097    43739     45381     47023     48665     50307 
    20  10  44371    46098     47825     49552     51279     53006 
    21  11  46868    48665     50462     52259     54056     55853 
    22  12  49357    51233     53109     54985     56861     58737 
    23  13  52179    54136     56093     58050     60007     61964 
    24  14  55057    57109     59161     61213     63265     65317 
    25  15  58105    60238     62371     64504     66637     68770 
    26  16  61265    63495     65725     67955     70185     72415 
    27  17  64583    66934     69285     71636     73987     76338 
    28  18  68137    70603     73069     75535     78001     80467 
    29  19  71740    74319     76898     79477     82056     84635 
    30  20  75311    78006     80701     83396     86091     88786 
    31  21  79246    82053     84860     87667     90474     93281 
    32  22  83368    86341     89314     92287     95260     98233 
    33  23  87764    90820     93876     96932     99988    103044 
    34  24  92393    95563     98733    101903    105073    108243 
    35  25  97425   100734    104043    107352    110661    113970 
    36                                                       Long
    37                                                        Max
    38                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    39      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    40      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    41   1  36023    1137      38030     39796     42983     45249 
    42   2  37377    1198      39499     41367     44646     47012 
    43   3  39070    1250      41284     43231     46574     49023 
    44   4  40801    1318      43286     45179     48609     51001 
    45   5  42649    1383      45098     47253     50777     53435 
    46   6  44787    1458      47369     49637     53266     56036 
    47   7  47044    1514      49729     52087     55788     58646 
    48   8  49420    1573      52212     54660     58442     61397 
    49   9  51949    1642      54865     57423     61308     64372 
    50  10  54733    1727      57785     60471     64456     67643 
    51  11  57650    1797      60826     63625     67709     71007 
    52  12  60613    1876      63939     66865     71060     74484 
    53  13  63921    1957      67386     70432     74737     78280 

        A. 6965                            30

     1  14  67369    2052      70997     74191     78618     82310 
     2  15  70903    2133      74683     78008     82550     86376 
     3  16  74645    2230      78594     82071     86745     90719 
     4  17  78689    2351      82844     86503     91335     95492 
     5  18  82933    2466      87303     91151     96146    100490 
     6  19  87214    2579      91776     95789    100929    105445 
     7  20  91481    2695      96254    100456    105758    110458 
     8  21  96088    2807     101064    105443    110899    115779 
     9  22  101206   2973     106468    111097    116773    121904 
    10  23  106100   3056     111521    116293    122087    127358 
    11  24  111413   3170     117031    121975    127926    133370 
    12  25  117279   3309     123137    128298    134427    140083 

    13    8. Effective April 1, 2022:
 
    14                 Effective April 7, 2022 (Institutional) and
    15                  Effective March 31, 2022 (Administrative)
 
    16               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    17                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    18      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    19      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    20  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    21   1  29785    30945     32105     33265     34425     35585 
    22   2  30793    32015     33237     34459     35681     36903 
    23   3  32201    33476     34751     36026     37301     38576 
    24   4  33551    34895     36239     37583     38927     40271 
    25   5  35038    36449     37860     39271     40682     42093 
    26   6  36760    38247     39734     41221     42708     44195 
    27   7  38719    40263     41807     43351     44895     46439 
    28   8  40782    42386     43990     45594     47198     48802 
    29   9  42939    44614     46289     47964     49639     51314 
    30  10  45258    47020     48782     50544     52306     54068 
    31  11  47805    49638     51471     53304     55137     56970 
    32  12  50344    52258     54172     56086     58000     59914 
    33  13  53223    55219     57215     59211     61207     63203 
    34  14  56158    58251     60344     62437     64530     66623 
    35  15  59267    61443     63619     65795     67971     70147 
    36  16  62490    64765     67040     69315     71590     73865 
    37  17  65875    68273     70671     73069     75467     77865 
    38  18  69500    72015     74530     77045     79560     82075 
    39  19  73175    75806     78437     81068     83699     86330 
    40  20  76817    79566     82315     85064     87813     90562 
    41  21  80831    83694     86557     89420     92283     95146 
    42  22  85035    88068     91101     94134     97167    100200 
    43  23  89519    92636     95753     98870    101987    105104 
    44  24  94241    97474    100707    103940    107173    110406 
    45  25  99374   102749    106124    109499    112874    116249 
    46                                                       Long
    47                                                        Max
    48                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    49      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    50      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    51   1  36745    1160      38792     40593     43844     46156 
    52   2  38125    1222      40289     42195     45539     47953 
    53   3  39851    1275      42109     44095     47505     50003 

        A. 6965                            31
 
     1   4  41615    1344      44150     46081     49579     52019 
     2   5  43504    1411      46002     48200     51795     54506 
     3   6  45682    1487      48316     50629     54331     57156 
     4   7  47983    1544      50722     53127     56902     59817 
     5   8  50406    1604      53254     55751     59608     62623 
     6   9  52989    1675      55963     58572     62535     65660 
     7  10  55830    1762      58943     61683     65747     68998 
     8  11  58803    1833      62043     64898     69063     72427 
     9  12  61828    1914      65221     68205     72484     75976 
    10  13  65199    1996      68733     71840     76231     79845 
    11  14  68716    2093      72417     75674     80190     83956 
    12  15  72323    2176      76179     79570     84203     88105 
    13  16  76140    2275      80168     83715     88482     92535 
    14  17  80263    2398      84501     88233     93162     97402 
    15  18  84590    2515      89047     92972     98067    102498 
    16  19  88961    2631      93614     97708    102950    107557 
    17  20  93311    2749      98179    102466    107874    112668 
    18  21  98009    2863     103085    107551    113116    118094 
    19  22  103233   3033     108600    113322    119111    124345 
    20  23  108221   3117     113750    118618    124528    129904 
    21  24  113639   3233     119369    124412    130482    136035 
    22  25  119624   3375     125599    130863    137115    142884 
    23    §  2.  Paragraph g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service
    24  law is REPEALED and a new paragraph g is added to read as follows:
    25    g. Pursuant to the terms of an  agreement  between  the  state  and  an
    26  employee  organization  entered  into pursuant to article fourteen of the
    27  civil service law covering members of  the  collective  negotiating  unit
    28  designated  as  the security services collective negotiating unit who are
    29  employed within the state department of corrections and community  super-
    30  vision  and who are designated as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10
    31  of the criminal procedure law, effective on the dates  indicated,  salary
    32  grades for such unit members shall be as follows:
 
    33    1. Effective April 1, 2016:
 
    34                 Effective March 31, 2016 (Institutional) and
    35                   Effective April 7, 2016 (Administrative)
 
    36               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    37                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    38      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    39      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    40  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    41   1  26,448  27,477    28,506    29,535    30,564    31,593 
    42   2  27,343  28,427    29,511    30,595    31,679    32,763 
    43   3  28,594  29,725    30,856    31,987    33,118    34,249 
    44   4  29,792  30,986    32,180    33,374    34,568    35,762 
    45   5  31,113  32,365    33,617    34,869    36,121    37,373 
    46   6  32,641  33,961    35,281    36,601    37,921    39,241 
    47   7  34,382  35,753    37,124    38,495    39,866    41,237 
    48   8  36,212  37,636    39,060    40,484    41,908    43,332 
    49   9  38,129  39,616    41,103    42,590    44,077    45,564 
    50  10  40,188  41,752    43,316    44,880    46,444    48,008 
    51  11  42,450  44,077    45,704    47,331    48,958    50,585 
    52  12  44,704  46,403    48,102    49,801    51,500    53,199 
    53  13  47,261  49,033    50,805    52,577    54,349    56,121 

        A. 6965                            32
 
     1  14  49,867  51,725    53,583    55,441    57,299    59,157 
     2  15  52,627  54,559    56,491    58,423    60,355    62,287 
     3  16  55,489  57,509    59,529    61,549    63,569    65,589 
     4  17  58,495  60,624    62,753    64,882    67,011    69,140 
     5  18  61,714  63,947    66,180    68,413    70,646    72,879 
     6  19  64,976  67,310    69,644    71,978    74,312    76,646 
     7  20  68,211  70,651    73,091    75,531    77,971    80,411 
     8  21  71,775  74,317    76,859    79,401    81,943    84,485 
     9  22  75,509  78,202    80,895    83,588    86,281    88,974 
    10  23  79,490  82,258    85,026    87,794    90,562    93,330 
    11  24  83,683  86,554    89,425    92,296    95,167    98,038 
    12  25  88,241  91,238    94,235    97,232    100,229   103,226 
    13                                                       Long
    14                                                       Max.
    15                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    16      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    17      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    18   1  32,622   1,029    34,440    36,039    38,926    40,526 
    19   2  33,847   1,084    35,769    37,461    40,430    42,121 
    20   3  35,380   1,131    37,385    39,149    42,177    43,942 
    21   4  36,956   1,194    39,206    40,921    44,029    45,742 
    22   5  38,625   1,252    40,844    42,795    45,988    47,941 
    23   6  40,561   1,320    42,898    44,954    48,240    50,295 
    24   7  42,608   1,371    45,038    47,176    50,528    52,664 
    25   8  44,756   1,424    47,283    49,501    52,928    55,151 
    26   9  47,051   1,487    49,692    52,010    55,527    57,850 
    27  10  49,572   1,564    52,336    54,769    58,378    60,812 
    28  11  52,212   1,627    55,088    57,624    61,323    63,857 
    29  12  54,898   1,699    57,911    60,560    64,360    67,009 
    30  13  57,893   1,772    61,031    63,790    67,689    70,446 
    31  14  61,015   1,858    64,301    67,193    71,203    74,094 
    32  15  64,219   1,932    67,643    70,654    74,768    77,780 
    33  16  67,609   2,020    71,186    74,334    78,568    81,715 
    34  17  71,269   2,129    75,033    78,347    82,723    86,036 
    35  18  75,112   2,233    79,070    82,555    87,080    90,562 
    36  19  78,980   2,334    83,112    86,747    91,403    95,039 
    37  20  82,851   2,440    87,174    90,979    95,782    99,587 
    38  21  87,027   2,542    91,533    95,501    100,442   104,408 
    39  22  91,667   2,693    96,434    100,626   105,767   109,961 
    40  23  96,098   2,768    101,009   105,330   110,579   114,899 
    41  24  100,909  2,871    105,997   110,476   115,866   120,344 
    42  25  106,223  2,997    111,529   116,202   121,754   126,425 
 
    43    2. Effective April 1, 2017:
 
    44                 Effective March 30, 2017 (Institutional) and
    45                   Effective April 6, 2017 (Administrative)
 
    46               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    47                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    48      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    49      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    50  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    51   1  26,977  28,027    29,077    30,127    31,177    32,227
    52   2  27,890  28,996    30,102    31,208    32,314    33,420
    53   3  29,166  30,320    31,474    32,628    33,782    34,936

        A. 6965                            33

     1   4  30,388  31,606    32,824    34,042    35,260    36,478
     2   5  31,735  33,012    34,289    35,566    36,843    38,120
     3   6  33,294  34,640    35,986    37,332    38,678    40,024
     4   7  35,070  36,468    37,866    39,264    40,662    42,060
     5   8  36,936  38,389    39,842    41,295    42,748    44,201
     6   9  38,892  40,409    41,926    43,443    44,960    46,477
     7  10  40,992  42,587    44,182    45,777    47,372    48,967
     8  11  43,299  44,959    46,619    48,279    49,939    51,599
     9  12  45,598  47,331    49,064    50,797    52,530    54,263
    10  13  48,206  50,014    51,822    53,630    55,438    57,246
    11  14  50,864  52,759    54,654    56,549    58,444    60,339
    12  15  53,680  55,651    57,622    59,593    61,564    63,535
    13  16  56,599  58,659    60,719    62,779    64,839    66,899
    14  17  59,665  61,837    64,009    66,181    68,353    70,525
    15  18  62,948  65,226    67,504    69,782    72,060    74,338
    16  19  66,276  68,657    71,038    73,419    75,800    78,181
    17  20  69,575  72,064    74,553    77,042    79,531    82,020
    18  21  73,211  75,804    78,397    80,990    83,583    86,176
    19  22  77,019  79,766    82,513    85,260    88,007    90,754
    20  23  81,080  83,903    86,726    89,549    92,372    95,195
    21  24  85,357  88,285    91,213    94,141    97,069    99,997
    22  25  90,006  93,063    96,120    99,177    102,234   105,291
    23                                                       Long
    24                                                       Max.
    25                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    26      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    27      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    28   1  33,277   1,050    35,131    36,762    39,707    41,339
    29   2  34,526   1,106    36,486    38,212    41,241    42,965
    30   3  36,090   1,154    38,135    39,934    43,023    44,823
    31   4  37,696   1,218    39,991    41,740    44,910    46,658
    32   5  39,397   1,277    41,660    43,650    46,907    48,899
    33   6  41,370   1,346    43,754    45,851    49,203    51,299
    34   7  43,458   1,398    45,937    48,117    51,536    53,715
    35   8  45,654   1,453    48,232    50,494    53,989    56,257
    36   9  47,994   1,517    50,688    53,052    56,640    59,009
    37  10  50,562   1,595    53,381    55,863    59,544    62,027
    38  11  53,259   1,660    56,193    58,779    62,552    65,137
    39  12  55,996   1,733    59,069    61,771    65,647    68,349
    40  13  59,054   1,808    62,255    65,069    69,046    71,858
    41  14  62,234   1,895    65,586    68,536    72,626    75,575
    42  15  65,506   1,971    68,998    72,070    76,266    79,338
    43  16  68,959   2,060    72,608    75,819    80,137    83,347
    44  17  72,697   2,172    76,536    79,917    84,380    87,759
    45  18  76,616   2,278    80,653    84,208    88,823    92,375
    46  19  80,562   2,381    84,777    88,484    93,233    96,942
    47  20  84,509   2,489    88,918    92,800    97,699    101,580
    48  21  88,769   2,593    93,365    97,412    102,452   106,498
    49  22  93,501   2,747    98,363    102,639   107,883   112,161
    50  23  98,018   2,823    103,027   107,435   112,789   117,195
    51  24  102,925  2,928    108,115   112,683   118,181   122,749
    52  25  108,348  3,057    113,760   118,527   124,190   128,954
 
    53    3. Effective April 1, 2018:

        A. 6965                            34
 
     1                 Effective March 29, 2018 (Institutional) and
     2                   Effective April 5, 2018 (Administrative)
 
     3               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
     4                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
     5      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
     6      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
     7  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
     8   1  27,517  28,588    29,659    30,730    31,801    32,872
     9   2  28,448  29,576    30,704    31,832    32,960    34,088
    10   3  29,749  30,926    32,103    33,280    34,457    35,634
    11   4  30,996  32,238    33,480    34,722    35,964    37,206
    12   5  32,370  33,673    34,976    36,279    37,582    38,885
    13   6  33,960  35,333    36,706    38,079    39,452    40,825
    14   7  35,771  37,197    38,623    40,049    41,475    42,901
    15   8  37,675  39,157    40,639    42,121    43,603    45,085
    16   9  39,670  41,217    42,764    44,311    45,858    47,405
    17  10  41,812  43,439    45,066    46,693    48,320    49,947
    18  11  44,165  45,858    47,551    49,244    50,937    52,630
    19  12  46,510  48,278    50,046    51,814    53,582    55,350
    20  13  49,170  51,014    52,858    54,702    56,546    58,390
    21  14  51,881  53,814    55,747    57,680    59,613    61,546
    22  15  54,754  56,764    58,774    60,784    62,794    64,804
    23  16  57,731  59,832    61,933    64,034    66,135    68,236
    24  17  60,858  63,074    65,290    67,506    69,722    71,938
    25  18  64,207  66,531    68,855    71,179    73,503    75,827
    26  19  67,602  70,031    72,460    74,889    77,318    79,747
    27  20  70,967  73,506    76,045    78,584    81,123    83,662
    28  21  74,675  77,320    79,965    82,610    85,255    87,900
    29  22  78,559  81,361    84,163    86,965    89,767    92,569
    30  23  82,702  85,581    88,460    91,339    94,218    97,097
    31  24  87,064  90,051    93,038    96,025    99,012    101,999
    32  25  91,806  94,924    98,042    101,160   104,278   107,396
    33                                                       Long
    34                                                       Max.
    35                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    36      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    37      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    38   1  33,943   1,071    35,834    37,498    40,502    42,166
    39   2  35,216   1,128    37,215    38,976    42,065    43,824
    40   3  36,811   1,177    38,897    40,732    43,883    45,719
    41   4  38,448   1,242    40,789    42,573    45,806    47,589
    42   5  40,188   1,303    42,496    44,526    47,848    49,880
    43   6  42,198   1,373    44,630    46,769    50,188    52,326
    44   7  44,327   1,426    46,856    49,079    52,567    54,789
    45   8  46,567   1,482    49,197    51,504    55,069    57,382
    46   9  48,952   1,547    51,700    54,111    57,771    60,187
    47  10  51,574   1,627    54,449    56,981    60,736    63,268
    48  11  54,323   1,693    57,316    59,953    63,802    66,439
    49  12  57,118   1,768    60,252    63,009    66,962    69,718
    50  13  60,234   1,844    63,499    66,369    70,426    73,294
    51  14  63,479   1,933    66,898    69,907    74,079    77,087
    52  15  66,814   2,010    70,376    73,509    77,789    80,923
    53  16  70,337   2,101    74,059    77,334    81,739    85,013
    54  17  74,154   2,216    78,070    81,518    86,071    89,517
    55  18  78,151   2,324    82,269    85,895    90,602    94,225

        A. 6965                            35
 
     1  19  82,176   2,429    86,475    90,256    95,100    98,884
     2  20  86,201   2,539    90,698    94,658    99,655    103,613
     3  21  90,545   2,645    95,233    99,361    104,502   108,629
     4  22  95,371   2,802    100,330   104,692   110,041   114,404
     5  23  99,976   2,879    105,085   109,581   115,042   119,537
     6  24  104,986  2,987    110,280   114,939   120,547   125,206
     7  25  110,514  3,118    116,034   120,897   126,673   131,532
 
     8    4. Effective April 1, 2019:
 
     9                 Effective March 28, 2019 (Institutional) and
    10                   Effective April 4, 2019 (Administrative)
 
    11               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    12                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    13      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    14      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    15  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    16   1  28,067  29,160    30,253    31,346    32,439    33,532
    17   2  29,017  30,168    31,319    32,470    33,621    34,772
    18   3  30,344  31,545    32,746    33,947    35,148    36,349
    19   4  31,616  32,883    34,150    35,417    36,684    37,951
    20   5  33,017  34,346    35,675    37,004    38,333    39,662
    21   6  34,639  36,040    37,441    38,842    40,243    41,644
    22   7  36,486  37,941    39,396    40,851    42,306    43,761
    23   8  38,429  39,941    41,453    42,965    44,477    45,989
    24   9  40,463  42,041    43,619    45,197    46,775    48,353
    25  10  42,648  44,308    45,968    47,628    49,288    50,948
    26  11  45,048  46,775    48,502    50,229    51,956    53,683
    27  12  47,440  49,243    51,046    52,849    54,652    56,455
    28  13  50,153  52,034    53,915    55,796    57,677    59,558
    29  14  52,919  54,891    56,863    58,835    60,807    62,779
    30  15  55,849  57,899    59,949    61,999    64,049    66,099
    31  16  58,886  61,029    63,172    65,315    67,458    69,601
    32  17  62,075  64,335    66,595    68,855    71,115    73,375
    33  18  65,491  67,862    70,233    72,604    74,975    77,346
    34  19  68,954  71,432    73,910    76,388    78,866    81,344
    35  20  72,386  74,976    77,566    80,156    82,746    85,336
    36  21  76,169  78,867    81,565    84,263    86,961    89,659
    37  22  80,130  82,988    85,846    88,704    91,562    94,420
    38  23  84,356  87,293    90,230    93,167    96,104    99,041
    39  24  88,805  91,852    94,899    97,946    100,993   104,040
    40  25  93,642  96,822    100,002   103,182   106,362   109,542
    41                                                       Long
    42                                                       Max.
    43                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    44      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    45      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    46   1  34,625   1,093    36,554    38,251    41,315    43,012
    47   2  35,923   1,151    37,962    39,758    42,909    44,703
    48   3  37,550   1,201    39,678    41,549    44,763    46,636
    49   4  39,218   1,267    41,606    43,426    46,723    48,542
    50   5  40,991   1,329    43,345    45,416    48,804    50,877
    51   6  43,045   1,401    45,526    47,707    51,195    53,376
    52   7  45,216   1,455    47,796    50,063    53,621    55,887
    53   8  47,501   1,512    50,184    52,537    56,173    58,532

        A. 6965                            36
 
     1   9  49,931   1,578    52,734    55,193    58,926    61,391
     2  10  52,608   1,660    55,541    58,123    61,953    64,536
     3  11  55,410   1,727    58,463    61,153    65,079    67,768
     4  12  58,258   1,803    61,455    64,267    68,299    71,110
     5  13  61,439   1,881    64,769    67,697    71,835    74,760
     6  14  64,751   1,972    68,238    71,308    75,563    78,631
     7  15  68,149   2,050    71,782    74,978    79,344    82,540
     8  16  71,744   2,143    75,540    78,881    83,374    86,714
     9  17  75,635   2,260    79,629    83,146    87,790    91,305
    10  18  79,717   2,371    83,917    87,616    92,417    96,112
    11  19  83,822   2,478    88,207    92,064    97,004    100,864
    12  20  87,926   2,590    92,513    96,552    101,649   105,686
    13  21  92,357   2,698    97,139    101,349   106,593   110,803
    14  22  97,278   2,858    102,336   106,785   112,241   116,692
    15  23  101,978  2,937    107,189   111,775   117,345   121,930
    16  24  107,087  3,047    112,487   117,239   122,959   127,711
    17  25  112,722  3,180    118,352   123,313   129,204   134,160

    18    5. Effective April 1, 2020:
 
    19                 Effective March 26, 2020(Institutional) and
    20                   Effective April 2, 2020(Administrative)
 
    21               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    22                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    23      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    24      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    25  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    26   1  28628    29743     30858     31973     33088     34203
    27   2  29597    30771     31945     33119     34293     35467
    28   3  30951    32176     33401     34626     35851     37076
    29   4  32248    33540     34832     36124     37416     38708
    30   5  33677    35033     36389     37745     39101     40457
    31   6  35332    36761     38190     39619     41048     42477
    32   7  37216    38700     40184     41668     43152     44636
    33   8  39198    40740     42282     43824     45366     46908
    34   9  41272    42882     44492     46102     47712     49322
    35  10  43501    45194     46887     48580     50273     51966
    36  11  45949    47711     49473     51235     52997     54759
    37  12  48389    50228     52067     53906     55745     57584
    38  13  51156    53075     54994     56913     58832     60751
    39  14  53977    55989     58001     60013     62025     64037
    40  15  56966    59057     61148     63239     65330     67421
    41  16  60064    62250     64436     66622     68808     70994
    42  17  63317    65622     67927     70232     72537     74842
    43  18  66801    69219     71637     74055     76473     78891
    44  19  70333    72861     75389     77917     80445     82973
    45  20  73834    76476     79118     81760     84402     87044
    46  21  77692    80444     83196     85948     88700     91452
    47  22  81733    84648     87563     90478     93393     96308
    48  23  86043    89039     92035     95031     98027    101023
    49  24  90581    93689     96797     99905    103013    106121
    50  25  95515    98759    102003    105247    108491    111735
    51                                                       Long
    52                                                       Max.
    53                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.

        A. 6965                            37
 
     1      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
     2      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
     3   1  35318    1115      37286     39017     42142     43873
     4   2  36641    1174      38721     40553     43767     45597
     5   3  38301    1225      40472     42380     45658     47569
     6   4  40000    1292      42436     44292     47655     49510
     7   5  41813    1356      44214     46327     49782     51897
     8   6  43906    1429      46437     48661     52219     54444
     9   7  46120    1484      48752     51064     54693     57004
    10   8  48450    1542      51187     53587     57295     59702
    11   9  50932    1610      53791     56299     60107     62621
    12  10  53659    1693      56651     59284     63191     65826
    13  11  56521    1762      59635     62379     66383     69126
    14  12  59423    1839      62684     65552     69665     72532
    15  13  62670    1919      66067     69053     73274     76257
    16  14  66049    2012      69606     72737     77077     80207
    17  15  69512    2091      73218     76478     80931     84191
    18  16  73180    2186      77052     80460     85043     88449
    19  17  77147    2305      81221     84808     89545     93130
    20  18  81309    2418      85593     89366     94263     98032
    21  19  85501    2528      89974     93908     98947    102884
    22  20  89686    2642      94365     98485    103683    107801
    23  21  94204    2752      99082    103376    108725    113019
    24  22  99223    2915     104382    108920    114485    119025
    25  23  104019   2996     109334    114012    119693    124370
    26  24  109229   3108     114737    119584    125418    130265
    27  25  114979   3244     120722    125782    131791    136846

    28    6. Effective April 1, 2021:
 
    29                 Effective March 25, 2021 (Institutional) and
    30                   Effective April 1, 2021 (Administrative)
 
    31               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    32                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    33      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    34      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    35  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    36   1  29201    30338     31475     32612     33749     34886
    37   2  30189    31387     32585     33783     34981     36179
    38   3  31570    32820     34070     35320     36570     37820
    39   4  32893    34211     35529     36847     38165     39483
    40   5  34351    35734     37117     38500     39883     41266
    41   6  36039    37497     38955     40413     41871     43329
    42   7  37960    39474     40988     42502     44016     45530
    43   8  39982    41555     43128     44701     46274     47847
    44   9  42097    43739     45381     47023     48665     50307
    45  10  44371    46098     47825     49552     51279     53006
    46  11  46868    48665     50462     52259     54056     55853
    47  12  49357    51233     53109     54985     56861     58737
    48  13  52179    54136     56093     58050     60007     61964
    49  14  55057    57109     59161     61213     63265     65317
    50  15  58105    60238     62371     64504     66637     68770
    51  16  61265    63495     65725     67955     70185     72415
    52  17  64583    66934     69285     71636     73987     76338
    53  18  68137    70603     73069     75535     78001     80467

        A. 6965                            38
 
     1  19  71740    74319     76898     79477     82056     84635
     2  20  75311    78006     80701     83396     86091     88786
     3  21  79246    82053     84860     87667     90474     93281
     4  22  83368    86341     89314     92287     95260     98233
     5  23  87764    90820     93876     96932     99988    103044
     6  24  92393    95563     98733    101903    105073    108243
     7  25  97425   100734    104043    107352    110661    113970
     8                                                       Long
     9                                                        Max
    10                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    11      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    12      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    13   1  36023    1137      38030     39796     42983     44749
    14   2  37377    1198      39499     41367     44646     46512
    15   3  39070    1250      41284     43231     46574     48523
    16   4  40801    1318      43286     45179     48609     50501
    17   5  42649    1383      45098     47253     50777     52935
    18   6  44787    1458      47369     49637     53266     55536
    19   7  47044    1514      49729     52087     55788     58146
    20   8  49420    1573      52212     54660     58442     60897
    21   9  51949    1642      54865     57423     61308     63872
    22  10  54733    1727      57785     60471     64456     67143
    23  11  57650    1797      60826     63625     67709     70507
    24  12  60613    1876      63939     66865     71060     73984
    25  13  63921    1957      67386     70432     74737     77780
    26  14  67369    2052      70997     74191     78618     81810
    27  15  70903    2133      74683     78008     82550     85876
    28  16  74645    2230      78594     82071     86745     90219
    29  17  78689    2351      82844     86503     91335     94992
    30  18  82933    2466      87303     91151     96146     99990
    31  19  87214    2579      91776     95789    100929    104945
    32  20  91481    2695      96254    100456    105758    109958
    33  21  96088    2807     101064    105443    110899    115279
    34  22  101206   2973     106468    111097    116773    121404
    35  23  106100   3056     111521    116293    122087    126858
    36  24  111413   3170     117031    121975    127926    132870
    37  25  117279   3309     123137    128298    134427    139583
 
    38    7. Effective October 1, 2021:
 
    39                Effective October 7, 2021 (Institutional) and
    40                Effective September 30, 2021 (Administrative)
 
    41               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    42                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    43      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance
    44      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
    45  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
    46   1  29201    30338     31475     32612     33749     34886
    47   2  30189    31387     32585     33783     34981     36179
    48   3  31570    32820     34070     35320     36570     37820
    49   4  32893    34211     35529     36847     38165     39483
    50   5  34351    35734     37117     38500     39883     41266
    51   6  36039    37497     38955     40413     41871     43329
    52   7  37960    39474     40988     42502     44016     45530
    53   8  39982    41555     43128     44701     46274     47847

        A. 6965                            39
 
     1   9  42097    43739     45381     47023     48665     50307
     2  10  44371    46098     47825     49552     51279     53006
     3  11  46868    48665     50462     52259     54056     55853
     4  12  49357    51233     53109     54985     56861     58737
     5  13  52179    54136     56093     58050     60007     61964
     6  14  55057    57109     59161     61213     63265     65317
     7  15  58105    60238     62371     64504     66637     68770
     8  16  61265    63495     65725     67955     70185     72415
     9  17  64583    66934     69285     71636     73987     76338
    10  18  68137    70603     73069     75535     78001     80467
    11  19  71740    74319     76898     79477     82056     84635
    12  20  75311    78006     80701     83396     86091     88786
    13  21  79246    82053     84860     87667     90474     93281
    14  22  83368    86341     89314     92287     95260     98233
    15  23  87764    90820     93876     96932     99988    103044
    16  24  92393    95563     98733    101903    105073    108243
    17  25  97425   100734    104043    107352    110661    113970
    18                                                       Long
    19                                                       Max.
    20                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    21      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    22      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    23   1  36023    1137      38030     39796     42983     45249
    24   2  37377    1198      39499     41367     44646     47012
    25   3  39070    1250      41284     43231     46574     49023
    26   4  40801    1318      43286     45179     48609     51001
    27   5  42649    1383      45098     47253     50777     53435
    28   6  44787    1458      47369     49637     53266     56036
    29   7  47044    1514      49729     52087     55788     58646
    30   8  49420    1573      52212     54660     58442     61397
    31   9  51949    1642      54865     57423     61308     64372
    32  10  54733    1727      57785     60471     64456     67643
    33  11  57650    1797      60826     63625     67709     71007
    34  12  60613    1876      63939     66865     71060     74484
    35  13  63921    1957      67386     70432     74737     78280
    36  14  67369    2052      70997     74191     78618     82310
    37  15  70903    2133      74683     78008     82550     86376
    38  16  74645    2230      78594     82071     86745     90719
    39  17  78689    2351      82844     86503     91335     95492
    40  18  82933    2466      87303     91151     96146    100490
    41  19  87214    2579      91776     95789    100929    105445
    42  20  91481    2695      96254    100456    105758    110458
    43  21  96088    2807     101064    105443    110899    115779
    44  22  101206   2973     106468    111097    116773    121904
    45  23  106100   3056     111521    116293    122087    127358
    46  24  111413   3170     117031    121975    127926    133370
    47  25  117279   3309     123137    128298    134427    140083
 
    48    8. Effective April 1, 2022:
 
    49                 Effective April 7, 2022 (Institutional) and
    50                  Effective March 31, 2022 (Administrative)
 
    51               Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.     Perf.
    52                Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-       Ad-
    53      Hir-     vance     vance     vance     vance     vance

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     1      ing      Step      Step      Step      Step      Step
     2  SG  Rate       1         2         3         4         5
     3   1  29785    30945     32105     33265     34425     35585
     4   2  30793    32015     33237     34459     35681     36903
     5   3  32201    33476     34751     36026     37301     38576
     6   4  33551    34895     36239     37583     38927     40271
     7   5  35038    36449     37860     39271     40682     42093
     8   6  36760    38247     39734     41221     42708     44195
     9   7  38719    40263     41807     43351     44895     46439
    10   8  40782    42386     43990     45594     47198     48802
    11   9  42939    44614     46289     47964     49639     51314
    12  10  45258    47020     48782     50544     52306     54068
    13  11  47805    49638     51471     53304     55137     56970
    14  12  50344    52258     54172     56086     58000     59914
    15  13  53223    55219     57215     59211     61207     63203
    16  14  56158    58251     60344     62437     64530     66623
    17  15  59267    61443     63619     65795     67971     70147
    18  16  62490    64765     67040     69315     71590     73865
    19  17  65875    68273     70671     73069     75467     77865
    20  18  69500    72015     74530     77045     79560     82075
    21  19  73175    75806     78437     81068     83699     86330
    22  20  76817    79566     82315     85064     87813     90562
    23  21  80831    83694     86557     89420     92283     95146
    24  22  85035    88068     91101     94134     97167    100200
    25  23  89519    92636     95753     98870    101987    105104
    26  24  94241    97474    100707    103940    107173    110406
    27  25  99374   102749    106124    109499    112874    116249
    28                                                       Long
    29                                                       Max.
    30                        10 Yr.    15 Yr.    20 Yr.    25 Yr.
    31      Job      Perf.     Long      Long      Long      Long
    32      Rate     Adv.      Step      Step      Step      Step
    33   1  36745    1160      38792     40593     43844     46156
    34   2  38125    1222      40289     42195     45539     47953
    35   3  39851    1275      42109     44095     47505     50003
    36   4  41615    1344      44150     46081     49579     52019
    37   5  43504    1411      46002     48200     51795     54506
    38   6  45682    1487      48316     50629     54331     57156
    39   7  47983    1544      50722     53127     56902     59817
    40   8  50406    1604      53254     55751     59608     62623
    41   9  52989    1675      55963     58572     62535     65660
    42  10  55830    1762      58943     61683     65747     68998
    43  11  58803    1833      62043     64898     69063     72427
    44  12  61828    1914      65221     68205     72484     75976
    45  13  65199    1996      68733     71840     76231     79845
    46  14  68716    2093      72417     75674     80190     83956
    47  15  72323    2176      76179     79570     84203     88105
    48  16  76140    2275      80168     83715     88482     92535
    49  17  80263    2398      84501     88233     93162     97402
    50  18  84590    2515      89047     92972     98067    102498
    51  19  88961    2631      93614     97708    102950    107557
    52  20  93311    2749      98179    102466    107874    112668
    53  21  98009    2863     103085    107551    113116    118094
    54  22  103233   3033     108600    113322    119111    124345
    55  23  108221   3117     113750    118618    124528    129904

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     1  24  113639   3233     119369    124412    130482    136035
     2  25  119624   3375     125599    130863    137115    142884
     3    §  3.  Subdivision  2  of  section  207-a  of the state finance law, as
     4  amended by chapter 261 of the  laws  of  2012,  is  amended  to  read  as
     5  follows:
     6    2.  Where  and to the extent that an agreement between the state and an
     7  employee organization entered into pursuant to article  fourteen  of  the
     8  civil  service  law  or  an interest arbitration award issued pursuant to
     9  subdivision four of section two hundred nine of  the  civil  service  law
    10  between  the  state and an employee organization so provides on behalf of
    11  employees in the collective negotiating unit designated as  the  security
    12  services  unit  established  pursuant  to  article  fourteen of the civil
    13  service law, and upon audit and warrant of the comptroller, the  director
    14  shall provide for the payment of moneys to such employee organization for
    15  the establishment and maintenance of an employee benefit fund established
    16  by  the  employee  organization for the employees in the negotiating unit
    17  covered by the controlling provision of such agreement or award providing
    18  for such employee benefit fund, such amount to be  determined  consistent
    19  with  said  agreement  or  award  on the basis of the number of full-time
    20  annual salaried employees, as  determined  by  the  comptroller,  on  the
    21  payroll  on  the last day of the payroll period in which March first, two
    22  thousand [nine] sixteen, falls for payments to be made  on  April  first,
    23  two  thousand  [nine]  sixteen,  on the last day of the payroll period in
    24  which March first, two thousand [ten] seventeen falls for payments to  be
    25  made on April first, two thousand [ten] seventeen, on the last day of the
    26  payroll period in which March first, two thousand [eleven] eighteen falls
    27  for  payments  to be made on April first, two thousand [eleven] eighteen,
    28  on the last day of the payroll period in which March first, two  thousand
    29  [twelve] nineteen falls for payments to be made on April first, two thou-
    30  sand  [twelve]  nineteen,  on the last day of the payroll period in which
    31  March first, two thousand [thirteen] twenty falls for payments to be made
    32  on April first, two thousand [thirteen] twenty, on the last  day  of  the
    33  payroll  period  in which March first, two thousand [fourteen] twenty-one
    34  falls for payments to be made on April  first,  two  thousand  [fourteen]
    35  twenty-one  and,  on  the  last  day of the payroll period in which March
    36  first, two thousand [fifteen] twenty-two falls for payments to be made on
    37  April first, two thousand [fifteen] twenty-two.  The amount,  which  will
    38  be  determined  pursuant to this section, for employees who are paid from
    39  special or administrative funds, other than the general fund or the capi-
    40  tal projects fund of the state, will be paid from the  appropriations  as
    41  provided  by law, in which case the comptroller will establish procedures
    42  to ensure repayment from said special or administrative funds. The direc-
    43  tor may enter into an agreement with an employee organization which  sets
    44  forth  the specific terms and conditions for the establishment and admin-
    45  istration of an employee benefit fund as a condition for the  transmittal
    46  of moneys pursuant to this section.
    47    §  4.  Compensation  for  certain members of the collective negotiating
    48  unit designated as the  security  services  collective  negotiating  unit
    49  pursuant  to  an agreement between the state of New York and the employee
    50  organization representing such individuals.
    51    1. The provisions of this section shall apply to full-time annual sala-
    52  ried officers and employees in the collective negotiating unit designated
    53  as the security services collective negotiating unit established pursuant
    54  to article 14 of the civil service law  (hereinafter  "security  services
    55  unit")  who are not eligible for binding interest arbitration pursuant to
    56  subdivision 4 of section  209  of  the  civil  service  law  (hereinafter

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     1  "employees  who are ineligible for interest arbitration").  Notwithstand-
     2  ing the provisions of this section or any provision in this  act,  to  be
     3  eligible  for  the retroactive pay increases set forth in this section, a
     4  member of the unit must have been on the payroll on the date of ratifica-
     5  tion  of  the  agreement,  and  a  retired employee must have been on the
     6  payroll on or after the effective date of the increase. Members who  left
     7  the payroll before ratification or the effective date of the increase for
     8  a  reason  other than retirement are not eligible for retroactive pay for
     9  the increase.
    10    2. Effective April 1, 2016, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    11  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    12  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2016,
    13  shall be increased by two percent.
    14    3. Effective April 1, 2017, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    15  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    16  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2017,
    17  shall be increased by two percent.
    18    4. Effective April 1, 2018, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    19  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    20  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2018,
    21  shall be increased by two percent.
    22    5. Effective April 1, 2019, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    23  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    24  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2019,
    25  shall be increased by two percent.
    26    6. Effective April 1, 2020, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    27  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    28  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2020,
    29  shall be increased by two percent.
    30    7. Effective April 1, 2021, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    31  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    32  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2021,
    33  shall be increased in accordance  with  the  salary  schedule  in  effect
    34  pursuant to subparagraph 6 of paragraph f of subdivision 1 of section 130
    35  of the civil service law.
    36    8. Effective October 1, 2021, the basic annual salary of members of the
    37  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    38  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on  September  30,
    39  2021  and  at  the twenty-five year longevity step, shall be increased by
    40  five hundred dollars.
    41    9. Effective April 1, 2022, the basic annual salary of members  of  the
    42  security  services  unit  who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
    43  who are in full-time annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2021,
    44  shall be increased by two percent.
    45    10. Advancement  within  a  salary  grade.  Payments  pursuant  to  the
    46  provisions  of  subdivision 6 of section 131 of the civil service law for
    47  annual-salaried members of the security services unit who are entitled to
    48  such payments and who are ineligible for interest  arbitration  shall  be
    49  payable  pursuant  to  the terms of an agreement between the state of New
    50  York and an employee organization representing employees subject  to  the
    51  provisions  of  this  section  entered into pursuant to article 14 of the
    52  civil service law.
    53    11. Effective April 1, 2009, pursuant to the  terms  of  the  agreement
    54  covering  members  of  the  security services unit who are ineligible for
    55  interest arbitration, for such unit members who are on the  institutional
    56  or  administrative  payroll,  the ten-year, the fifteen-year, the twenty-

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     1  year and the  twenty-five-year  longevity  step  payment  for  such  unit
     2  members to whom the provisions of this section apply shall be that amount
     3  prescribed  by  paragraph  f of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil
     4  service law as added by section one of this act.
     5    12. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section, if
     6  the  basic annual salary of such annual salaried unit members to whom the
     7  provisions of this section apply  is  identical  with  the  hiring  rate,
     8  performance  advance  step  one, two, three, four, or five, the job rate,
     9  the ten-year longevity step, the fifteen-year longevity step,  the  twen-
    10  ty-year  longevity  step,  or  the twenty-five-year longevity step of the
    11  salary grade of his or  her  position  on  the  effective  dates  of  the
    12  increases  provided  by this section, respectively, for such unit members
    13  to whom the provisions of this section  apply  on  the  institutional  or
    14  administrative  payroll,  such  basic annual salary shall be increased to
    15  the hiring rate, performance advance step one, two, three, four or  five,
    16  the  job  rate,  the  ten-year longevity step, the fifteen-year longevity
    17  step, the twenty-year longevity step or  the  twenty-five-year  longevity
    18  step of such salary grade as contained in paragraph f of subdivision 1 of
    19  section  130  of  the  civil service law, as added by section one of this
    20  act, to take effect on the dates provided in paragraph f of subdivision 1
    21  of section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section one of  this
    22  act.  The  increases  in basic annual salary provided by this subdivision
    23  shall be in lieu of any increase in basic annual salary provided  for  in
    24  subdivisions  two,  three, four, five, six, seven, eight and nine of this
    25  section.
    26    13. If an unencumbered position is one, which if encumbered,  would  be
    27  subject  to  the  provisions of this section, the salary of such position
    28  shall be increased by the  salary  increase  amounts  specified  in  this
    29  section.  If  a  position is created, and is filled by the appointment of
    30  such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply, the sala-
    31  ry otherwise provided for such position shall be increased  in  the  same
    32  manner  as  though  such position had been in existence but unencumbered.
    33  Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the director of the divi-
    34  sion of the budget may reduce the salary of any such position,  which  is
    35  or becomes vacant.
    36    14.  The  increases  in  salary  payable pursuant to this section shall
    37  apply on a prorated basis to officers and employees,  otherwise  eligible
    38  to  receive  an increase in salary pursuant to this section, who are paid
    39  on an hourly or per diem basis, who are employees serving on a  part-time
    40  or  seasonal  basis, or who are employees paid on any basis other than at
    41  an annual salaried rate; except that the provisions of subdivisions  ten,
    42  eleven and twelve of this section shall not apply to employees serving on
    43  an  hourly,  per  diem,  or  seasonal  basis, except as determined by the
    44  director of the budget.
    45    15. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the provisions
    46  of this section shall not apply to officers or employees paid  on  a  fee
    47  schedule basis.
    48    16.  In  order  to  provide for the officers and employees to whom this
    49  section applies who are  not  allocated  to  salary  grades,  performance
    50  advancements  and  payments in proportion to those provided to persons to
    51  whom this section applies who are allocated to salary grades, the  direc-
    52  tor  of  the  budget  is authorized to add appropriate adjustments to the
    53  compensation which such officers and employees are otherwise entitled  to
    54  receive.  The director of the budget shall issue certificates which shall
    55  contain schedules of positions and the salaries thereof for which adjust-
    56  ments are made pursuant to the provisions of this subdivision, and a copy

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     1  of each such certificate shall be filed with the state  comptroller,  the
     2  department  of  civil  service, the chair of the senate finance committee
     3  and the chair of the assembly ways and means committee.
     4    17.  Notwithstanding  any  of the foregoing provisions of this section,
     5  any increase in compensation may be withheld in whole or in part from any
     6  such unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply  when,  in
     7  the  opinion of the director of the division of the budget and the direc-
     8  tor of employee relations, such increase  is  not  warranted  or  is  not
     9  appropriate for any reason.
    10    § 5. Compensation for members of the collective negotiating unit desig-
    11  nated  as security services pursuant to an agreement between the state of
    12  New York and the  employee  organization  representing  such  individuals
    13  entered into pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law (hereinafter
    14  "the agreement" or "an agreement").
    15    1.  The  provisions  of  this  section  shall  apply to annual salaried
    16  members of the security services  collective  negotiating  unit  employed
    17  within the state department of corrections and community supervision, who
    18  are designated as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal
    19  procedure  law.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of this subdivision, a
    20  retired employee is eligible for the respective retroactive pay increases
    21  set forth in this subdivision only if he/she was on  the  payroll  on  or
    22  after  the effective date of the respective retroactive pay increases set
    23  forth in this subdivision. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section
    24  or any provision in this act, to be  eligible  for  the  retroactive  pay
    25  increases  set forth in this section, a member of the unit must have been
    26  on the payroll on the date  of  ratification  of  the  agreement,  and  a
    27  retired  employee must have been on the payroll on or after the effective
    28  date of the increase. Members who left the payroll before ratification or
    29  the effective date of the increase for a reason other than retirement are
    30  not eligible for retroactive pay for the increase.
    31    2. Effective April 1, 2016, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    32  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2016, shall be
    33  increased by two percent.
    34    3. Effective April 1, 2017, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    35  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2017, shall be
    36  increased by two percent.
    37    4. Effective April 1, 2018, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    38  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2018, shall be
    39  increased by two percent.
    40    5. Effective April 1, 2019, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    41  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2019, shall be
    42  increased by two percent.
    43    6. Effective April 1, 2020, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    44  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2020, shall be
    45  increased by two percent.
    46    7. Effective April 1, 2021, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    47  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2021, shall be
    48  increased by two percent.
    49    8. Effective October 1, 2021, the basic annual salary of those  members
    50  who are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2021 and at the
    51  twenty-five-year  longevity  step,  shall  be  increased  by five hundred
    52  dollars.
    53    9. Effective April 1, 2022, the basic annual salary  of  those  members
    54  who  are in annual salaried employment status on March 31, 2022, shall be
    55  increased by two percent.

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     1    10. Advancement  within  a  salary  grade.  Payments  pursuant  to  the
     2  provisions  of  subdivision 6 of section 131 of the civil service law for
     3  all annual-salaried officers and employees in the security services  unit
     4  who  are entitled to such payments shall be payable pursuant to the terms
     5  of  an  agreement between the state of New York and an employee organiza-
     6  tion representing employees subject to the  provisions  of  this  section
     7  entered into pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law.
     8    11.  Effective  April  1,  2009,  pursuant to the terms of an agreement
     9  covering those members of the security  services  collective  negotiating
    10  unit who are employed with the state department of corrections and commu-
    11  nity  supervision  and  who  are designated as peace officers pursuant to
    12  section 2.10 of the criminal procedure law, for such unit members who are
    13  on the institutional or administrative payroll,  the  ten  year,  fifteen
    14  year,  twenty  year  and twenty-five-year longevity step payment for such
    15  unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply shall  be  that
    16  amount  prescribed  by paragraph g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the
    17  civil service law as added by section two of this act.
    18    12. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section, if
    19  the basic annual salary of such annual salaried unit members to whom  the
    20  provisions  of  this  section  apply  is  identical with the hiring rate,
    21  performance advance step one, two, three, four, or five,  the  job  rate,
    22  the  ten-year  longevity step, the fifteen-year longevity step, the twen-
    23  ty-year longevity step, or the twenty-five-year  longevity  step  of  the
    24  salary  grade  of  his  or  her  position  on  the effective dates of the
    25  increases provided by this section, respectively, for such  unit  members
    26  to  whom  the  provisions  of  this section apply on the institutional or
    27  administrative payroll, such basic annual salary shall  be  increased  to
    28  the  hiring rate, performance advance step one, two, three, four or five,
    29  the job rate, the ten-year longevity  step,  the  fifteen-year  longevity
    30  step,  the  twenty-year  longevity step or the twenty-five-year longevity
    31  step of such salary grade as contained in paragraph g of subdivision 1 of
    32  section 130 of the civil service law, as added by  section  two  of  this
    33  act, to take effect on the dates provided in paragraph g of subdivision 1
    34  of  section 130 of the civil service law, as added by section two of this
    35  act. The increases in basic annual salary provided  by  this  subdivision
    36  shall  be  in lieu of any increase in basic annual salary provided for in
    37  subdivisions two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight and nine  of  this
    38  section.
    39    13.  If  an  unencumbered position is one which if encumbered, would be
    40  subject to the provisions of this section, the salary  of  such  position
    41  shall  be  increased  by  the  salary  increase amounts specified in this
    42  section. If a position is created and is filled  by  the  appointment  of
    43  such unit member to whom the provisions of this section apply, the salary
    44  otherwise  provided  for  such  position  shall  be increased in the same
    45  manner as though such position had been in  existence  but  unencumbered.
    46  Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the director of the budg-
    47  et  may  reduce  the  salary  of  any  such position, which is or becomes
    48  vacant.
    49    14. The increases in salary payable  pursuant  to  this  section  shall
    50  apply  on  a prorated basis to officers and employees, otherwise eligible
    51  to receive an increase in salary pursuant to this section, who  are  paid
    52  on  an  hourly  or  per  diem  basis, employees serving on a part-time or
    53  seasonal basis and employees paid on any basis other than  at  an  annual
    54  salaried rate; except that the provisions of subdivisions ten, eleven and
    55  twelve of this section shall not apply to employees serving on an hourly,

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     1  per  diem, or seasonal basis, except as determined by the director of the
     2  budget.
     3    15. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the provisions
     4  of  this  section  shall not apply to officers or employees paid on a fee
     5  schedule basis.
     6    16. In order to provide for the annual salaried officers and  employees
     7  to  whom  this  section  applies  who are not allocated to salary grades,
     8  performance advancements and payments in proportion to those provided  to
     9  persons  to whom this section applies who are allocated to salary grades,
    10  the director of the budget is authorized to add  appropriate  adjustments
    11  to the compensation which such officers and employees are otherwise enti-
    12  tled  to  receive.  The  director  of the budget shall issue certificates
    13  which shall contain schedules of positions and the salaries  thereof  for
    14  which  adjustments  are  made pursuant to the provisions of this subdivi-
    15  sion, and a copy of each such certificate shall be filed with  the  state
    16  comptroller,  the  department  of  civil service, the chair of the senate
    17  finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways and means committee.
    18    17. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions  of  this  section,
    19  any increase in compensation may be withheld in whole or in part from any
    20  such  unit  members to whom the provisions of this section apply when, in
    21  the opinion of the director of the budget and the  director  of  employee
    22  relations,  such  increase is not warranted or is not appropriate for any
    23  reason.
    24    § 6. Additional  compensation  for  certain  members  of  the  security
    25  services  unit who are in full-time annual salaried employment status and
    26  who are ineligible for interest arbitration, in recognition of  pre-shift
    27  briefing.
    28    1. In recognition of the general requirement for full-time employees of
    29  the state in the security services unit to assemble for briefing prior to
    30  the  commencement  of  duties,  where  and  to the extent an agreement so
    31  provides, each such employee except such an employee receiving additional
    32  compensation pursuant to subdivision  5  of  section  134  of  the  civil
    33  service  law,  shall  receive  additional  compensation in recognition of
    34  pre-shift briefing.
    35    2. Each such employee holding such a position in the security  services
    36  unit  shall  be compensated for pre-shift briefing in accordance with the
    37  terms of the agreement covering certain members of the security  services
    38  unit. Pursuant to that agreement, effective April 1, 2016, each such unit
    39  member to whom the provisions of this subdivision apply shall continue to
    40  receive  a  minimum  of  six dollars for each day while in payroll status
    41  when such pre-shift briefing time  is  not  otherwise  compensated  at  a
    42  greater  amount  at  the  one  and  one-half times the hourly rate of pay
    43  provided for by subdivision 1 of section 134 of the civil service law and
    44  the rules and regulations of the director  of  the  budget.  No  payments
    45  authorized  pursuant  to  this  subdivision and such negotiated agreement
    46  shall be made to an employee who is in non-pay status for that day.
    47    3. Any such additional compensation pursuant to this subdivision  shall
    48  be  paid  in  addition to and shall not be a part of the employee's basic
    49  annual salary and shall not be included as compensation for the  purposes
    50  of  computation  of overtime pay, provided, however, that such additional
    51  compensation shall be included for retirement purposes.   Notwithstanding
    52  the  foregoing  provisions  of this subdivision or of any other law, such
    53  additional compensation shall be in lieu of the continuation of any other
    54  additional compensation for such employees in  recognition  of  pre-shift
    55  briefing.

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     1    § 7. Additional compensation for annual salaried members of the securi-
     2  ty services collective negotiating unit who are employed within the state
     3  department  of  corrections  and community supervision and who are desig-
     4  nated as peace officers, pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal  proce-
     5  dure law, in recognition of pre-shift briefing.
     6    1.  In recognition of the general requirement for these unit members to
     7  assemble for briefing prior to the commencement of duties, where  and  to
     8  the  extent  an  agreement  so provides on behalf of such unit members to
     9  whom the provisions of this subdivision apply  on  behalf  of  each  such
    10  employee  except such employee receiving additional compensation pursuant
    11  to subdivision 5 of section 134 of the civil service  law,  such  members
    12  shall  continue to receive additional compensation in recognition of pre-
    13  shift briefing.
    14    2. Each such unit member to whom the  provisions  of  this  subdivision
    15  apply,  shall continue to receive a minimum of eight dollars for each day
    16  while in payroll status when such pre-shift briefing time is  not  other-
    17  wise  compensated  at  a greater amount at the one and one-half times the
    18  hourly rate of pay provided for by subdivision 1 of section  134  of  the
    19  civil  service  law  and the rules and regulations of the director of the
    20  budget. Each such unit member to whom the provisions of this  subdivision
    21  apply,  subject  to the provisions of this subdivision, shall continue to
    22  receive a minimum of forty dollars per week in addition to base  pay.  No
    23  payments  authorized  pursuant  to  this  subdivision shall be made to an
    24  employee who is in non-pay status for that day.
    25    3. Any such additional compensation pursuant to this subdivision, shall
    26  be paid in addition to and shall not be a part of such  employee's  basic
    27  annual  salary and shall not be included as compensation for the purposes
    28  of computation of overtime pay, provided, however, that  such  additional
    29  compensation  shall be included for retirement purposes.  Notwithstanding
    30  the foregoing provisions of this subdivision or of any  other  law,  such
    31  additional  compensation as added by this subdivision shall be in lieu of
    32  the continuation of any  other  additional  compensation  for  such  unit
    33  members in recognition of pre-shift briefing.
    34    §  8. Location compensation for certain state officers and employees in
    35  the collective negotiating  unit  designated  as  security  services.  1.
    36  Pursuant  to  the  terms  of an agreement covering certain members of the
    37  security services unit who are ineligible for interest  arbitration,  and
    38  notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation to
    39  the contrary, all members of the security services unit who are  ineligi-
    40  ble for interest arbitration, and are full-time annual salaried employees
    41  and  whose  principal  place  of  employment  or,  in the case of a field
    42  employee, whose official station as determined  in  accordance  with  the
    43  regulations  of  the  state comptroller, is in the city of New York or in
    44  the county of Orange, Putnam, Dutchess, Nassau, Suffolk,  Westchester  or
    45  Rockland,  shall receive locational compensation according to the follow-
    46  ing schedule:
    47                 Orange/Putnam/Dutchess   NYC/Rock/Nassau/Suffolk/West
    48  April 1, 2016       $919                     $1722
    49  April 1, 2017       $919                     $1722
    50  April 1, 2018       $919                     $1722
    51  April 1, 2019       $919                     $1722
    52  April 1, 2020       $937                     $1756
    53  April 1, 2021       $956                     $1791
    54  April 1, 2022       $975                     $1827
    55    2. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering  certain  members  of
    56  the  security  services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration,

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     1  and notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation
     2  to the contrary, effective April 1, 2016, all such members of the securi-
     3  ty services unit who are full-time annual salaried  employees  and  whose
     4  principal  place of employment or, in the case of a field employee, whose
     5  official station as determined in accordance with the regulations of  the
     6  comptroller  is  located in the county of Monroe and who were eligible to
     7  receive locational pay on May 23, 1985 shall receive  locational  pay  at
     8  the  rate  of  two  hundred dollars per year provided they continue to be
     9  otherwise eligible.
    10    3. The locational compensation as set out in all subdivisions  of  this
    11  section  shall  be  equally  divided  over the 26 payroll periods in each
    12  fiscal year and be in addition to and shall not be a part of  an  employ-
    13  ee's  basic annual salary, and shall not affect or impair any performance
    14  advance or other rights or benefits to which an employee may be  entitled
    15  by  law,  provided,  however,  that  locational  pay shall be included as
    16  compensation for the purposes of computation  of  overtime  pay  and  for
    17  retirement purposes.
    18    §  9.  Locational  compensation  for  certain  members  of the security
    19  services collective negotiating units. 1. Pursuant to  the  terms  of  an
    20  agreement  covering certain members of the security services unit who are
    21  eligible for interest arbitration, and notwithstanding  any  inconsistent
    22  provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, all members of this
    23  unit who are employed by the state department of corrections and communi-
    24  ty supervision as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal
    25  procedure  law,  and  are  annual  salaried employees and whose principal
    26  place of employment, or, in the case of a field employee, whose  official
    27  station  as  determined  in  accordance with the regulations of the state
    28  comptroller, is located in the city of New York,  or  in  the  county  of
    29  Orange,  Putnam,  Dutchess,  Rockland,  Westchester,  Nassau, or Suffolk,
    30  shall receive locational compensation according to the  following  sched-
    31  ule:
    32                 Orange/Putnam/Dutchess   NYC/Rock/Nassau/Suffolk/West
    33  April 1, 2016       $1,280                   $3,438
    34  April 1, 2017       $1,280                   $3,438
    35  April 1, 2018       $1,280                   $3,438
    36  April 1, 2019       $1,280                   $3,438
    37  April 1, 2020       $1,306                   $3,507
    38  April 1, 2021       $1,332                   $3,577
    39  April 1, 2022       $1,359                   $3,649
    40    2.  The  locational compensation as set out in all subdivisions of this
    41  section shall be in addition to and shall not be a part of an  employee's
    42  basic  annual  salary,  and  shall  not  affect or impair any performance
    43  advance or other rights or benefits to which an employee may be  entitled
    44  by law, provided, however, that locational compensation shall be included
    45  as  compensation  for the purposes of computation of overtime pay and for
    46  retirement purposes. This payment will be equally  divided  over  the  26
    47  payroll periods in each fiscal year.
    48    §  10. Continuation of locational compensation for certain officers and
    49  employees  of  the  Hudson  Valley  developmental  disabilities  services
    50  office.  1.  Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary,
    51  any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley  developmental  disabilities
    52  services office represented in the security services unit who is ineligi-
    53  ble for interest arbitration and who is receiving locational pay pursuant
    54  to section 5 of chapter 174 of the laws of 1993 shall continue to receive
    55  such  locational  pay  under the conditions and at the rates specified by
    56  such section 5 of chapter 174 of the laws of 1993.

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     1    2. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation  to  the  contrary,  any
     2  officer  or  employee  of  the  Hudson  Valley developmental disabilities
     3  services office represented in the security services unit who is ineligi-
     4  ble for interest arbitration and who is receiving locational pay pursuant
     5  to  subdivision  2  of  section 11 of chapter 3 of the laws of 1996 shall
     6  continue to receive such locational pay under the conditions and  at  the
     7  rates  specified  by such subdivision 2 of section 11 of chapter 3 of the
     8  laws of 1996.
     9    3. Notwithstanding this section or any other law, rule or regulation to
    10  the contrary, any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley  developmental
    11  disabilities  services  office  represented in the security services unit
    12  who is ineligible for interest arbitration and who is receiving location-
    13  al pay pursuant to said section ten of this  act  shall  continue  to  be
    14  eligible  for such locational pay if such officer's or employee's princi-
    15  pal place of employment is changed to a location outside of the county of
    16  Rockland as the result of a reduction or redeployment of staff, provided,
    17  however, that such officer or employee  is  reassigned  to  or  otherwise
    18  appointed  or  promoted  to a different position at another work location
    19  within such Hudson  Valley  developmental  disabilities  services  office
    20  located  outside  of  the  county of Rockland. The rate of such continued
    21  locational pay shall not exceed the rate  such  officer  or  employee  is
    22  receiving on the date of such reassignment, appointment or promotion.
    23    §  11.  Inconvenience  pay.  1.  Pursuant to chapter 333 of the laws of
    24  1969, as amended, and an agreement covering certain members of the  secu-
    25  rity services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration, are full-
    26  time  annual  salaried  employees  and,  notwithstanding any inconsistent
    27  provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, where  and  to  the
    28  extent that an agreement so provides, effective April 1, 2009, the incon-
    29  venience  pay  provided  to  eligible  employees  shall be increased by 3
    30  percent to $602 per year for working four or more hours between the hours
    31  of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., except on an overtime basis. Effective  April
    32  1,  2016,  the  inconvenience  pay  provided  to eligible employees shall
    33  continue to be $626 per year for working 4  or  more  hours  between  the
    34  hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., except on an overtime basis.
    35    2.  Pursuant  to  the terms of an agreement covering certain members of
    36  the security services unit who are eligible for interest arbitration  and
    37  who  are  employed  by  the state department of corrections and community
    38  supervision and are designated as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10
    39  of the criminal procedure law, effective April 1, 2016, the inconvenience
    40  pay paid to annual salaried unit members to whom the provisions  of  this
    41  section  apply  who  work  the evening shift as defined by the individual
    42  facilities within the department  of  corrections  and  community  super-
    43  vision,  shall continue to be $2,006. Effective April 1, 2016, the incon-
    44  venience pay paid to annual salaried unit members to whom the  provisions
    45  of this section apply who work the night shift as defined by the individ-
    46  ual  facilities within the department of corrections and community super-
    47  vision shall continue to  be  $1,003.  Such  unit  members  to  whom  the
    48  provisions  of  this section apply who are on paid leave for line of duty
    49  injuries shall continue to receive  inconvenience  payments  as  provided
    50  above. Any such additional compensation pursuant to this section shall be
    51  included as compensation for retirement purposes.
    52    §  12.  Facility  security  pay.  Pursuant to the terms of an agreement
    53  covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible
    54  for interest arbitration, are full-time annual  salaried  employees  and,
    55  notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation to
    56  the contrary, where and to the extent  that  an  agreement  so  provides,

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     1  effective  April  1, 2016, such eligible members of the security services
     2  unit shall continue to receive $750 annually. This payment will be equal-
     3  ly divided over the 26 payroll periods in  each  fiscal  year  and  shall
     4  count as compensation for overtime and retirement purposes.
     5    § 13. Expanded duty pay. Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering
     6  members  of  the security services unit who are employed within the state
     7  department of corrections and community supervision and  who  are  desig-
     8  nated  as  peace officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the criminal proce-
     9  dure law and notwithstanding any other provision of law, effective  April
    10  1, 2016, such annual salaried unit members to whom the provisions of this
    11  section  apply  shall  continue  to  be  paid an expanded duty pay in the
    12  amount of $2,600 per year. Payment for such compensation shall be equally
    13  divided over the 26 payroll periods of a fiscal year.  Such  compensation
    14  pursuant  to  this section shall be included as compensation for overtime
    15  and retirement purposes.
    16    § 14. Hazardous duty pay. 1. Pursuant to  the  terms  of  an  agreement
    17  covering certain members of the security services unit who are ineligible
    18  for  interest  arbitration, are full-time annual salaried employees, have
    19  completed one year of service in the bargaining unit and, notwithstanding
    20  any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation  to  the  contrary,
    21  where and to the extent that an agreement so provides, effective April 1,
    22  2019,  such  eligible members of the security services unit shall receive
    23  $150 annually. Effective April 1, 2020, this payment  shall  increase  to
    24  $200  annually.  This payment will be equally divided over the 26 payroll
    25  periods in each fiscal year and shall be  included  as  compensation  for
    26  overtime and retirement purposes.
    27    2.  Pursuant to the terms of an agreement covering members of the secu-
    28  rity services unit who  are  employed  within  the  state  department  of
    29  corrections  and  community  supervision  and who are designated as peace
    30  officers pursuant to section 2.10 of the  criminal  procedure  law,  have
    31  completed  1  year  of service in the bargaining unit and notwithstanding
    32  any other provision of law, effective April 1, 2019, such annual salaried
    33  unit members to whom the provisions of this section apply  shall  receive
    34  $750 annually. Such payment shall be increased to $950 effective April 1,
    35  2020.  Such payment shall be increased to $1,150 effective April 1, 2021.
    36  Such payment shall be increased to  $1,500  effective  October  1,  2021.
    37  Payment  for  such  compensation  shall  be  equally  divided over the 26
    38  payroll periods of a fiscal year and shall be  included  as  compensation
    39  for overtime and retirement purposes.
    40    §  15.  During  the  period April 1, 2016 through March 31, 2023, there
    41  shall be a  statewide  joint  labor-management  committee  continued  and
    42  administered  pursuant  to  the terms of the agreement negotiated between
    43  the state and the employee organization  representing  employees  in  the
    44  collective  negotiating  unit  designated  as  the security services unit
    45  established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law which  shall,
    46  after  April  1, 2016 with the amounts available therefor, study and make
    47  recommendations concerning major  issues  of  health  benefits,  employee
    48  assistance,  performance  evaluation,  education and training, quality of
    49  work life and provide for the implementation of the terms  of  agreements
    50  of such committee. There shall also be a joint labor-management committee
    51  administered pursuant to the terms of the agreement to study the issue of
    52  excessive use of force and make joint recommendations on that subject and
    53  provide for employee training to be conducted by the state within amounts
    54  appropriated therefor.
    55    §  16.  Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the
    56  contrary, and where and to the extent an agreement negotiated between the

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     1  state and the employee organization representing employees in the securi-
     2  ty services unit established pursuant to article 14 of the civil  service
     3  law  so  provides,  the  salaries  of  newly  hired employees on or after
     4  September  1,  1992  into  state  service in positions within negotiating
     5  units shall not be subject  to  the  provisions  of  subdivision  2-a  of
     6  section 200 of the state finance law.
     7    §  17. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, any
     8  employees of the state in the security services unit who  are  ineligible
     9  for interest arbitration and who are eligible for additional compensation
    10  pursuant  to  subdivision 5 of section 134 of the civil service law shall
    11  be deemed ineligible for such additional compensation to the  extent,  in
    12  the  manner  and  under  the  circumstances  provided for in a negotiated
    13  agreement on behalf of such employees.
    14    § 18. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the  appro-
    15  priations  contained  in this act shall be available to the state for the
    16  payment and publication of  grievance  and  arbitration  settlements  and
    17  awards  pursuant to articles 7 and 8 of the collective negotiating agree-
    18  ment between the state and the  employee  organization  representing  the
    19  collective  negotiating  unit  designated  as  the security services unit
    20  established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law.
    21    § 19. The  salary  increases,  benefit  modifications,  and  any  other
    22  modifications  to terms and conditions of employment provided for by this
    23  act for state employees in the collective negotiating unit designated  as
    24  the  security  services  unit  established  pursuant to article 14 of the
    25  civil service law shall not be implemented until the director of employee
    26  relations shall have delivered to the director  of  the  budget  and  the
    27  comptroller a letter certifying that there are in effect, with respect to
    28  such  negotiating  unit,  collective negotiating agreements which provide
    29  for such increases and modifications, and which  are  fully  executed  in
    30  writing  with  the state pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law,
    31  and ratified pursuant to  the  ratification  procedure  of  the  employee
    32  organization certified pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law to
    33  represent such collective negotiating unit.
    34    §  20.  Date  of  entitlement  to  salary increase. Notwithstanding the
    35  provisions of this act or of any other provision of law to the  contrary,
    36  the  increases  in  salary or compensation of any members of the security
    37  services unit established pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law
    38  provided by this act shall be added to the salary of such member  at  the
    39  beginning of that payroll period the first day of which is nearest to the
    40  effective date of such increase as provided in this act, or at the begin-
    41  ning  of  the  earlier  of  2 payroll periods the first days of which are
    42  nearest but equally near to  the  effective  date  of  such  increase  as
    43  provided  in this act; provided, however, that for the purposes of deter-
    44  mining the salary of such unit  members  upon  reclassification,  reallo-
    45  cation,  appointment,  promotion,  transfer,  demotion, reinstatement, or
    46  other change of status, such salary increase shall be deemed to be effec-
    47  tive on the date thereof as prescribed by this act, with payment  thereof
    48  pursuant  to  this  section  on  a date prior thereto, instead of on such
    49  effective date, and shall not operate to  confer  any  additional  salary
    50  rights  or  benefits on such unit members. Notwithstanding the provisions
    51  of this section or any provision in this act,  to  be  eligible  for  the
    52  retroactive pay increases set forth in this section, a member of the unit
    53  must  have  been on the payroll on the date of ratification of the agree-
    54  ment, and a retired employee must have been on the payroll  on  or  after
    55  the  effective date of the increase.  Members who left the payroll before
    56  ratification or the effective date of the increase  for  a  reason  other

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     1  than  retirement  are  not eligible for retroactive pay for the increase.
     2  Payment of such salary increase may be deferred pursuant to section twen-
     3  ty-one of this act.
     4    §   21.  Deferred  payment  of  salary  increase.  Notwithstanding  the
     5  provisions of any other section of this act, or of any other law  to  the
     6  contrary,  pending payment pursuant to this act of the basic annual sala-
     7  ries and other compensation to incumbents of positions  subject  to  this
     8  act,  such incumbents shall receive, as partial compensation for services
     9  rendered, the rate of compensation otherwise payable in their  respective
    10  positions.  An  incumbent  holding  a position subject to this act at any
    11  time during the period from April 1, 2016,  until  the  time  when  basic
    12  annual  salaries  and  other compensation are first paid pursuant to this
    13  act for such services in excess of  the  compensation  actually  received
    14  therefor,  shall  be  entitled  to  a lump sum payment for the difference
    15  between the salary to which such incumbent is entitled for such  services
    16  and  the  compensation  actually received therefor in accordance with the
    17  terms of the agreement between  the  employee  organization  representing
    18  such  members  and the state. The amounts paid under this act shall count
    19  as compensation earned during the year or years for which  it  is  calcu-
    20  lated  and  not  as compensation earned wholly in the year in which it is
    21  paid.  Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or  regulation  to  the
    22  contrary,  no member of the security services unit to whom the provisions
    23  of this act apply shall be entitled to, or owed, any  interest  or  other
    24  penalty  for  any reason on any monies due to such member pursuant to the
    25  terms of this act and the terms of the agreement  covering  employees  in
    26  the security services unit.
    27    § 22. Use of appropriations. Notwithstanding any provision of the state
    28  finance  law  or  any  other  provision of law to the contrary, the state
    29  comptroller is authorized to pay any amounts required during  the  fiscal
    30  year commencing April 1, 2018 or April 1, 2019, by the provisions of this
    31  act  for  any  state department or agency from any appropriation or other
    32  funds available to such state department or agency for  personal  service
    33  or  for  other  related employee benefits during such fiscal year. To the
    34  extent that such appropriations are insufficient in any  fund  to  accom-
    35  plish  the  purposes  herein  set  forth,  the  director of the budget is
    36  authorized to allocate to the various departments and agencies, from  any
    37  appropriations  available  in any fund, the amounts necessary to pay such
    38  amounts. The aforementioned appropriations shall be available for payment
    39  of any liabilities or obligations incurred prior  to  April  1,  2018  or
    40  April 1, 2019, in addition to current liabilities.
    41    §  23.  Notwithstanding  any  provision of the state finance law or any
    42  other provision of law to the contrary, the sum of $423,011,000 is hereby
    43  appropriated in  the  general  fund/state  purposes  account  (10050)  in
    44  miscellaneous-all    state    departments   and   agencies   solely   for
    45  apportionment/transfer by the director of the budget for use by any state
    46  department or agency in any fund for the period  April  1,  2016  through
    47  March  31,  2020 to supplement appropriations for personal service, other
    48  than  personal  service  and  fringe  benefits,  and  to  carry  out  the
    49  provisions  of this act. No money shall be available for expenditure from
    50  this appropriation until a certificate of approval has been issued by the
    51  director of the budget and a copy of such certificate  or  any  amendment
    52  thereto  has  been  filed  with  the  state comptroller, the chair of the
    53  senate finance committee and the chair of the  assembly  ways  and  means
    54  committee.  The  monies  hereby appropriated are available for payment of
    55  any liabilities or obligations incurred prior to  or  during  the  period
    56  April 1, 2016 through March 31, 2020. For this purpose, the monies appro-

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     1  priated  shall remain in full force and effect for the payment of liabil-
     2  ities incurred on or before March 31, 2020.
     3    §  24. The several amounts as hereinafter set forth, or so much thereof
     4  as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated from the fund so  designated
     5  for  use  by  any state department or agency for the period April 1, 2016
     6  through March 31, 2020 to supplement appropriations from each  respective
     7  fund  available  for other than personal service and fringe benefits, and
     8  to carry out the provisions of this act. The monies  hereby  appropriated
     9  are  available for the payment of any liabilities or obligations incurred
    10  prior to or during the period commencing April 1, 2016 through March  31,
    11  2020.  No money shall be available for expenditure from the monies appro-
    12  priated until a certificate of approval has been issued by  the  director
    13  of the budget and a copy of such certificate or any amendment thereto has
    14  been  filed  with  the state comptroller, the chair of the senate finance
    15  committee and the chair of the assembly ways and means committee.

    16                     ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
 
    17                              SPECIAL PAY BILLS
 
    18    General Fund/State Operations
    19    State Purposes Account - 003
 
    20                     NON PERSONAL SERVICE
 
    21  Labor Management Committees ................... $1,221,000
    22  Employee assistance program ..................... $875,000
    23  Joint committee on health benefits .............. $722,000
    24  Contract administration ......................... $200,000
    25  Employee Benefit Fund ......................... $3,662,000
    26  Employee Training and Development ............... $694,000
    27  Organizational alcoholism program ............... $683,000
    28  Labor Management Training ....................... $438,000
    29  Prevention Training ........................... $5,000,000
    30  Family Benefits ............................... $1,883,000
    31  Legal Defense Fund .............................. $150,000

    32    § 25. This act shall take effect immediately and shall  be  deemed  to
    33  have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2016. Appropri-
    34  ations  made  by  this  act  shall  remain  in full force and effect for
    35  liabilities incurred through March 31, 2020.
 
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          REPEAL NOTE.-- Paragraph f of subdivision 1  of  section  130  of  the
        civil  service law, repealed by section one of this act, provided salary
        schedules for state employees in the particular titles in  the  security
        services  unit employees who are ineligible for interest arbitration and
        is replaced and revised by salary schedules in  a  new  paragraph  f  of
        subdivision  1  of  section  130  of  the civil service law, as added by
        section one of this act implementing an agreement between the state  and
        the  employee  organization  representing such unit for employees in the
        security services unit who are ineligible for interest arbitration.  The
        salary  schedules  for  the remaining employees in the security services
        unit are contained in paragraph g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the
        civil service law.

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          Paragraph g of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service  law,
        repealed  by  section  two  of  this  act, provided salary schedules for
        certain state employees who are members of  the  collective  negotiating
        unit  designated  as  security  services  who  are employed by the state
        department  of  corrections and community supervision and are designated
        as peace officers pursuant to section 2.10  of  the  criminal  procedure
        law.  They are replaced by revised salary schedules in a new paragraph g
        of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil service law,  as  added  by
        section two of this act.
 
     1                                   PART D
 
     2                   SALARIES AND BENEFITS FOR CERTAIN STATE
     3                    OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES EXCLUDED FROM
     4                 COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATING UNITS FOR 2019-2020
 
     5    Section  1.  Paragraph  d of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil
     6  service law is amended by adding two new subparagraphs 4 and 5  to  read
     7  as follows:
     8    (4) Effective April first, two thousand nineteen:
 
     9                 GRADE          HIRING RATE         JOB RATE
    10                 M/C 3           $27,216             $34,792
    11                 M/C 4           $28,417             $36,371
    12                 M/C 5           $30,122             $38,136
    13                 M/C 6           $31,399             $40,092
    14                 M/C 7           $33,210             $42,263
    15                 M/C 8           $35,033             $44,439
    16                 M/C 9           $37,034             $46,805
    17                 M/C 10          $39,030             $49,403
    18                 M/C 11          $41,398             $52,144
    19                 M/C 12          $43,583             $54,879
    20                 M/C 13          $46,117             $57,929
    21                 M/C 14          $48,857             $61,114
    22                 M/C 15          $51,576             $64,414
    23                 M/C 16          $54,483             $67,850
    24                 M/C 17          $57,575             $71,593
    25                 M/C 18          $57,880             $71,823
    26                 M/C 19          $60,985             $75,559
    27                 M/C 20          $64,093             $79,347
    28                 M/C 21          $67,550             $83,446
    29                 M/C 22          $71,181             $87,829
    30                 M/C 23          $74,829             $93,491
    31                 M 1             $80,768            $102,093
    32                 M 2             $89,574            $113,225
    33                 M 3             $99,415            $125,629
    34                 M 4            $109,956            $138,763
    35                 M 5            $122,092            $154,253
    36                 M 6            $135,179            $170,030
    37                 M 7            $149,004            $184,540
    38                 M 8            $125,632+

    39    (5) Effective April first, two thousand twenty:
 
    40                 GRADE          HIRING RATE         JOB RATE
    41                 M/C 3           $27,760             $35,488

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     1                 M/C 4           $28,985             $37,098
     2                 M/C 5           $30,724             $38,899
     3                 M/C 6           $32,027             $40,894
     4                 M/C 7           $33,874             $43,108
     5                 M/C 8           $35,734             $45,328
     6                 M/C 9           $37,775             $47,741
     7                 M/C 10          $39,811             $50,391
     8                 M/C 11          $42,226             $53,187
     9                 M/C 12          $44,455             $55,977
    10                 M/C 13          $47,039             $59,088
    11                 M/C 14          $49,834             $62,336
    12                 M/C 15          $52,608             $65,702
    13                 M/C 16          $55,573             $69,207
    14                 M/C 17          $58,727             $73,025
    15                 M/C 18          $59,038             $73,259
    16                 M/C 19          $62,205             $77,070
    17                 M/C 20          $65,375             $80,934
    18                 M/C 21          $68,901             $85,115
    19                 M/C 22          $72,605             $89,586
    20                 M/C 23          $76,326             $95,361
    21                 M 1             $82,383            $104,135
    22                 M 2             $91,365            $115,490
    23                 M 3            $101,403            $128,142
    24                 M 4            $112,155            $141,538
    25                 M 5            $124,534            $157,338
    26                 M 6            $137,883            $173,431
    27                 M 7            $151,984            $188,231
    28                 M 8            $128,145+
 
    29    §  2.  Subdivision  1 of section 19 of the correction law, as added by
    30  section 2 of part B of chapter 8 of the laws of 2017, is amended to read
    31  as follows:
    32    1. This section shall apply to each superintendent of  a  correctional
    33  facility  appointed  on or after August ninth, nineteen hundred seventy-
    34  five and any  superintendent  heretofore  appointed  who  elects  to  be
    35  covered  by  the  provisions  thereof  by  filing such election with the
    36  commissioner.
    37    a. The salary schedule for superintendents of a correctional  facility
    38  with an inmate population capacity of four hundred or more inmates shall
    39  be as follows:
    40    Effective April first, two thousand sixteen:
    41    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    42    $116,937                   $159,580
    43    Effective April first, two thousand seventeen:
    44    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    45    $121,661                   $166,027
    46    Effective April first, two thousand eighteen:
    47    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    48    $125,335                   $171,041
    49    Effective April first, two thousand nineteen:
    50    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    51    $127,842                   $174,462
    52    Effective April first, two thousand twenty:
    53    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    54    $130,399                   $177,951

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     1    b.  The salary schedule for superintendents of correctional facilities
     2  with an inmate population capacity of fewer than  four  hundred  inmates
     3  shall be as follows:
     4    Effective April first, two thousand sixteen:
     5    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
     6    $90,935                    $114,914
     7    Effective April first, two thousand seventeen:
     8    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
     9    $94,609                    $119,557
    10    Effective April first, two thousand eighteen:
    11    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    12    $97,466                    $123,168
    13    Effective April first, two thousand nineteen:
    14    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    15    $99,415                    $125,631
    16    Effective April first, two thousand twenty:
    17    Hiring Rate                Job Rate
    18    $101,403                   $128,144
    19    §  3.  Paragraph  (b)  of  subdivision  8  of section 130 of the civil
    20  service law, as amended by section 3 of part B of chapter 10 of the laws
    21  of 2008, is amended to read as follows:
    22    (b) Officers and employees to whom the provisions of this  subdivision
    23  apply  may  receive  lump sum merit awards in accordance with guidelines
    24  issued by the director of the  budget  within  the  appropriations  made
    25  available   therefor.  Additionally,  effective  April  first,  nineteen
    26  hundred eighty-eight, and each April first thereafter, such officers and
    27  employees to whom the provisions of this subdivision apply  whose  basic
    28  annual  salary  equals  or  exceeds  the job rate of the salary grade of
    29  their position who on their anniversary date have five or more years  of
    30  continuous  service  as defined by paragraph (c) of subdivision three of
    31  this section at a basic annual salary rate equal to or in excess of  the
    32  job  rate or maximum salary of their salary grade and whose basic annual
    33  salary is less than eight hundred  seventy-five  dollars  during  fiscal
    34  year  two thousand seven-two thousand eight, one thousand dollars during
    35  fiscal year two thousand eight-two thousand nine, and one  thousand  one
    36  hundred  twenty-five  dollars  during  fiscal year two thousand nine-two
    37  thousand ten in excess of the job rate of  the  salary  grade  of  their
    38  position  shall  on such anniversary date have their basic annual salary
    39  as otherwise effective increased by a longevity payment in the amount of
    40  eight hundred seventy-five  dollars  during  fiscal  year  two  thousand
    41  seven-two  thousand  eight,  one thousand dollars during fiscal year two
    42  thousand eight-two thousand nine, and one thousand one  hundred  twenty-
    43  five  dollars  during  fiscal  year  two thousand nine-two thousand ten,
    44  except that such officers and employees who on  their  anniversary  date
    45  have ten or more years of continuous service as defined by paragraph (c)
    46  of subdivision three of this section at a basic annual salary rate equal
    47  to or in excess of the job rate or maximum salary of the salary grade of
    48  their  position  and whose basic annual salary is less than one thousand
    49  seven hundred fifty dollars during fiscal year  two  thousand  seven-two
    50  thousand  eight,  two  thousand  dollars during fiscal year two thousand
    51  eight-two thousand nine, and two  thousand  two  hundred  fifty  dollars
    52  during  fiscal  year two thousand nine-two thousand ten in excess of the
    53  job rate of the salary grade of their position shall on such anniversary
    54  date receive a longevity payment increasing their basic annual salary to
    55  that of the job rate of the salary grade of their position increased  by
    56  one thousand seven hundred fifty dollars during fiscal year two thousand

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     1  seven-two  thousand  eight,  two thousand dollars during fiscal year two
     2  thousand eight-two thousand nine, and two  thousand  two  hundred  fifty
     3  dollars  during  fiscal  year  two  thousand nine-two thousand ten. Such
     4  increases  shall be effective at the beginning of the pay period follow-
     5  ing the anniversary date upon which the required  service  is  attained.
     6  Effective  April  first,  two  thousand  ten,  however,  such  longevity
     7  payments shall be made in the amount of one thousand two  hundred  fifty
     8  dollars  to  officers and employees as defined herein who on their anni-
     9  versary date have five or more years of continuous service  and  in  the
    10  amount of two thousand five hundred dollars to officers and employees as
    11  defined  herein  who on their anniversary date have ten or more years of
    12  continuous service. Effective April first, two thousand nineteen, howev-
    13  er, such longevity payments shall be made in the amount of one  thousand
    14  five  hundred dollars to officers and employees as defined herein who on
    15  their anniversary date have five or more years of continuous service and
    16  in the amount of three thousand dollars to  officers  and  employees  as
    17  defined  herein  who on their anniversary date have ten or more years of
    18  continuous service. Additionally, effective April  first,  two  thousand
    19  twenty,  such  officers  and  employees  to  whom the provisions of this
    20  subdivision apply whose basic annual salary equals or  exceeds  the  job
    21  rate of the salary grade of their position who on their anniversary date
    22  have fifteen or more years of continuous service as defined by paragraph
    23  (c)  of  subdivision three of this section at a basic annual salary rate
    24  equal to or in excess of the job rate or maximum salary of their  salary
    25  grade  shall on such anniversary date receive a longevity payment in the
    26  amount of four thousand five hundred dollars.  Such  payments  shall  be
    27  made  in  addition  to  and shall not be considered part of basic annual
    28  salary and shall be made  by  separate  check  as  soon  as  practicable
    29  following  the  anniversary  date  upon  which  the  required service is
    30  attained.
    31    § 4. Compensation for certain state officers  and  employees.  1.  The
    32  provisions  of this section shall apply to the following annual-salaried
    33  state officers and employees: (a) officers and employees whose positions
    34  are designated managerial or confidential pursuant to article 14 of  the
    35  civil service law; (b) civilian state employees of the division of mili-
    36  tary  and  naval affairs in the executive department whose positions are
    37  not in, or are excluded from representation rights in, any recognized or
    38  certified negotiating unit; (c) officers  and  employees  excluded  from
    39  representation rights under article 14 of the civil service law pursuant
    40  to  rules  or  regulations of the public employment relations board; and
    41  (d) officers and employees whose salaries are prescribed by  section  19
    42  of the correction law.
    43    2.  For  such  officers  and  employees  the following increases shall
    44  apply: effective April 1, 2019, the basic annual salary of officers  and
    45  employees  to  whom  the  provisions  of this subdivision apply shall be
    46  increased by two percent adjusted to the nearest  whole  dollar  amount,
    47  and  effective  April  1,  2020  the basic annual salary of officers and
    48  employees to whom the provisions of  this  subdivision  apply  shall  be
    49  increased by two percent adjusted to the nearest whole dollar amount.
    50    3.  If  an  unencumbered position is one that, if encumbered, would be
    51  subject to the provisions of this section, the salary of  such  position
    52  shall  be  increased  by  the  salary  increase amount specified in this
    53  section. If a position is created and is filled by the appointment of an
    54  officer or employee who is subject to the provisions  of  this  section,
    55  the  salary  otherwise  provided for such position shall be increased in

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     1  the same manner as though such position had been in existence but  unen-
     2  cumbered.
     3    4. The increase in salary payable pursuant to this section shall apply
     4  on a prorated basis in accordance with guidelines issued by the director
     5  of the budget to officers and employees otherwise eligible to receive an
     6  increase in salary pursuant to this act who are paid on an hourly or per
     7  diem  basis,  employees  serving  on  a part-time or seasonal basis, and
     8  employees paid on any basis other than at an annual salary rate.
     9    5. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions  of  this  section,
    10  the  provisions  of this section shall not apply to the following except
    11  as otherwise provided by law:  (a) officers or employees paid on  a  fee
    12  schedule  basis; (b) officers or employees whose salaries are prescribed
    13  by section 40, 60, or 169 of the executive law; (c) officers or  employ-
    14  ees  in  collective negotiating units established pursuant to article 14
    15  of the civil service law.
    16    6. Officers and employees to whom the provisions of this section apply
    17  who are incumbents of positions that are not allocated to salary  grades
    18  specified  in  paragraph  d of subdivision 1 of section 130 of the civil
    19  service law and whose salary is not  prescribed  in  any  other  statute
    20  shall  receive the salary increases specified in subdivision two of this
    21  section.
    22    7. In order to provide for the officers and  employees  to  whom  this
    23  section  applies  who  are  not  allocated  to salary grades performance
    24  advancements, merit awards, longevity payments and in lieu payments, and
    25  special achievement awards in proportion to those provided to persons to
    26  whom this section applies who are allocated to salary grades, the direc-
    27  tor of the budget is authorized to add appropriate  adjustments  to  the
    28  compensation  that such officers and employees are otherwise entitled to
    29  receive. The director of the budget shall issue certificates that  shall
    30  contain  schedules of positions and the salaries or payments thereof for
    31  which adjustments or payments are made pursuant  to  the  provisions  of
    32  this  subdivision,  and  a  copy of each such certificate shall be filed
    33  with the state comptroller, the department of civil service,  the  chair
    34  of  the  senate finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways and
    35  means committee.
    36    8. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions  of  this  section,
    37  any  increase in compensation for any officer or employee appointed to a
    38  lower graded position from a redeployment list pursuant to subdivision 1
    39  of section 79 of the civil service law who continues to receive  his  or
    40  her  former  salary  pursuant to such subdivision shall be determined on
    41  the basis of such lower graded  position  provided,  however,  that  the
    42  increases  in  salary  provided in subdivision two of this section shall
    43  not cause such officer's or employee's salary to exceed the job rate  of
    44  any such lower graded position at salary grade.
    45    9.  Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section or
    46  of any law to the contrary, the director of the budget  may  reduce  the
    47  salary  of any position which is vacant or which becomes vacant, so long
    48  as the position, if encumbered, would be subject to  the  provisions  of
    49  this  section.  The  director  of  the budget does not need to provide a
    50  reason for such reduction.
    51    § 5. Compensation for certain state  officers  and  employees  in  the
    52  division  of state police. 1. The provisions of this section shall apply
    53  to officers and employees whose salaries are provided for  by  paragraph
    54  (a) of subdivision 1 of section 215 of the executive law.

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     1    2.  (a)  Effective  April 1, 2019, the basic annual salary of officers
     2  and employees to whom the provisions of this subdivision apply shall  be
     3  increased by 2 percent adjusted to the nearest whole dollar amount.
     4    (b)  Effective  April 1, 2020, the basic annual salary of officers and
     5  employees to whom the provisions of  this  subdivision  apply  shall  be
     6  increased by 2 percent adjusted to the nearest whole dollar amount.
     7    3. The increase in salary payable pursuant to this section shall apply
     8  on a prorated basis in accordance with guidelines issued by the director
     9  of the budget to officers and employees otherwise eligible to receive an
    10  increase in salary pursuant to this act who are paid on an hourly or per
    11  diem  basis,  employees  serving  on  a part-time or seasonal basis, and
    12  employees paid on any basis other than at an annual salary rate.
    13    4. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions  of  this  section,
    14  any  increase in compensation for any officer or employee appointed to a
    15  lower graded position from a redeployment list pursuant to subdivision 1
    16  of section 79 of the civil service law who continues to receive  his  or
    17  her  former  salary  pursuant to such subdivision shall be determined on
    18  the basis of such lower graded  position  provided,  however,  that  the
    19  increase in salary provided in subdivision two of this section shall not
    20  cause  such officer's or employee's salary to exceed the job rate of any
    21  such lower graded position at salary grade.
    22    § 6. Compensation for certain state employees in the state  university
    23  and certain employees of contract colleges at Cornell and Alfred univer-
    24  sities.  1.  (a)  Effective  April  1,  2019, the basic annual salary of
    25  incumbents of positions in the professional service in the state univer-
    26  sity that are designated, stipulated, or excluded from negotiating units
    27  as managerial or confidential as defined pursuant to article 14  of  the
    28  civil  service  law,  may be increased pursuant to plans approved by the
    29  state university trustees. Such increase in basic  annual  salary  rates
    30  shall  not  exceed  in the aggregate 2 percent of the total basic annual
    31  salary rates in effect on March 31, 2019.
    32    (b) Effective April 1, 2020, the basic annual salary of incumbents  of
    33  positions  in  the professional service in the state university that are
    34  designated, stipulated, or excluded from negotiating units as managerial
    35  or confidential as defined pursuant to article 14 of the  civil  service
    36  law, may be increased pursuant to plans approved by the state university
    37  trustees. Such increase in basic annual salary rates shall not exceed in
    38  the aggregate 2 percent of the total basic annual salary rates in effect
    39  on March 31, 2020.
    40    2.  (a) Effective April 1, 2019, the basic annual salary of incumbents
    41  of positions in the institutions under the  management  and  control  of
    42  Cornell and Alfred universities as representatives of the board of trus-
    43  tees  of  the  state  university that, in the opinion of the director of
    44  employee relations, would be designated managerial or confidential  were
    45  they  subject  to  article  14 of the civil service law may be increased
    46  pursuant to plans approved by  the  state  university  trustees.    Such
    47  increase  in basic annual salary rates shall not exceed in the aggregate
    48  2 percent of the total basic annual salary rates  in  effect  March  31,
    49  2019.
    50    (b)  Effective April 1, 2020, the basic annual salary of incumbents of
    51  positions in the  institutions  under  the  management  and  control  of
    52  Cornell and Alfred universities as representatives of the board of trus-
    53  tees  of  the  state  university that, in the opinion of the director of
    54  employee relations, would be designated managerial or confidential  were
    55  they  subject  to  article  14 of the civil service law may be increased
    56  pursuant to plans approved by  the  state  university  trustees.    Such

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     1  increase  in basic annual salary rates shall not exceed in the aggregate
     2  two percent of the total basic annual salary rates in effect  March  31,
     3  2020.
     4    3.  (a)  During  the  period April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020, the
     5  basic annual salary of incumbents of positions in  the  non-professional
     6  service  that,  in  the  opinion  of the director of employee relations,
     7  would be designated managerial or  confidential  were  they  subject  to
     8  article  14  of  the  civil  service  law, except those positions in the
     9  Cornell service and maintenance unit that are subject to the terms of  a
    10  collective  bargaining  agreement  between  Cornell  university  and the
    11  employee organization  representing  employees  in  such  positions  and
    12  except  those  positions in the Alfred service and maintenance unit that
    13  are subject to the terms of a collective  bargaining  agreement  between
    14  Alfred  university  and the employee organization representing employees
    15  in such positions, in institutions under the management and  control  of
    16  Cornell and Alfred universities as representatives of the board of trus-
    17  tees of the state university may be increased pursuant to plans approved
    18  by  the  state  university trustees. Such plans may include a new salary
    19  schedule which shall supersede  the  salary  schedules  then  in  effect
    20  applicable  to  such employees. Such plans shall provide for an increase
    21  in basic annual salary,  which,  exclusive  of  performance  advancement
    22  payments  or  merit recognition payments, shall not exceed in the aggre-
    23  gate 2 percent of the total basic annual salary rates in effect on March
    24  31, 2019.
    25    (b) During the period April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021, the  basic
    26  annual salary of incumbents of positions in the non-professional service
    27  that,  in  the  opinion  of the director of employee relations, would be
    28  designated managerial or confidential were they subject to article 14 of
    29  the civil service law, except those positions in the Cornell service and
    30  maintenance unit that are subject to the terms of a collective  bargain-
    31  ing  agreement  between Cornell university and the employee organization
    32  representing employees in such positions and except those  positions  in
    33  the Alfred service and maintenance unit that are subject to the terms of
    34  a  collective  bargaining  agreement  between  Alfred university and the
    35  employee organization  representing  employees  in  such  positions,  in
    36  institutions  under  the  management  and  control of Cornell and Alfred
    37  universities as representatives of the board of trustees  of  the  state
    38  university  may  be  increased  pursuant  to plans approved by the state
    39  university trustees. Such plans may include a new salary schedule  which
    40  shall  supersede  the salary schedules then in effect applicable to such
    41  employees. Such plans shall provide for  an  increase  in  basic  annual
    42  salary,  which,  exclusive  of performance advancement payments or merit
    43  recognition payments, shall not exceed in the aggregate two  percent  of
    44  the total basic annual salary rates in effect on March 31, 2020.
    45    4.  For  the  purposes  of this section, the basic annual salary of an
    46  employee is that salary that is obtained through direct appropriation of
    47  state moneys for the purpose of paying wages. Nothing in this part shall
    48  prevent increasing amounts paid to incumbents of such positions  in  the
    49  professional  service  in addition to the basic annual salary, provided,
    50  however, that the amounts required for such increase  and  the  cost  of
    51  fringe  benefits  attributable  to  such  increase, as determined by the
    52  comptroller, are made available to the  state  in  accordance  with  the
    53  procedures established by the state university, with the approval of the
    54  director of the budget, for such purposes.
    55    5.  Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section or
    56  any law to the contrary, any increase in compensation may be withheld in

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     1  whole or in part from any  employee  to  whom  the  provisions  of  this
     2  section apply pursuant to section fourteen of this act.
     3    §  7.  Location compensation for certain state officers and employees.
     4  1. This section shall apply to all full-time annual salaried state offi-
     5  cers and employees and non-annual salaried seasonal state  officers  and
     6  employees except the following:
     7    (a)  officers  and  employees  of  the  legislature and the judiciary,
     8  including officers and employees of boards, bodies and commissions  that
     9  are  deemed  to be part of the legislature or judiciary for the purposes
    10  of section 49 of the state finance law;
    11    (b) officers and employees whose salaries are prescribed by or  deter-
    12  mined  in  accordance with section 40, 60, 169, 215 or 216 of the execu-
    13  tive law;
    14    (c) incumbents of allocated or unallocated positions  in  the  profes-
    15  sional  service  in  the  state university and in institutions under the
    16  management and control of Cornell and Alfred universities  as  represen-
    17  tatives of the board of trustees of the state university;
    18    (d)  officers and employees who are in recognized or certified collec-
    19  tive negotiating units pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law.
    20    2. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 15 of chapter 333 of  the
    21  laws of 1969, as amended, officers and employees subject to this section
    22  whose  principal place of employment or, in the case of field employees,
    23  whose official station as determined in accordance with the  regulations
    24  of the comptroller is located:
    25    (a)  in the county of Monroe and who were eligible to receive location
    26  pay on March 31, 1985, shall receive location pay at  the  rate  of  two
    27  hundred  dollars  per year provided they continue to be otherwise eligi-
    28  ble.
    29    (b) in the city of New York, or in the county of  Rockland,  Westches-
    30  ter, Nassau, or Suffolk shall continue to receive a downstate adjustment
    31  at  the  rate  of three thousand twenty-six dollars effective October 1,
    32  2008.
    33    (c) in the county of Dutchess, Orange, or  Putnam  shall  continue  to
    34  receive a mid-Hudson adjustment at the rate of one thousand five hundred
    35  thirteen dollars effective October 1, 2008. Such location payments shall
    36  be  in addition to and shall not be a part of an employee's basic annual
    37  salary, and shall not affect or impair any advancements or other  rights
    38  or  benefits  to  which  an  employee  may be entitled by law, provided,
    39  however, that location payments shall be included  as  compensation  for
    40  purposes  of  computation  of  overtime pay and for retirement purposes.
    41  For the sole purpose of  continuing  eligibility  for  location  pay  in
    42  Monroe  county,  an employee previously eligible to receive location pay
    43  on March 31, 1985 who is on an approved leave of absence or participates
    44  in an employer program to reduce  to  part-time  service  during  summer
    45  months  shall  continue to be eligible for said location pay upon return
    46  to full-time state service in Monroe county.
    47    § 8. Continuation of location compensation for  certain  officers  and
    48  employees  of  the  Hudson  Valley  developmental  disabilities services
    49  office. 1. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the  contrary,
    50  any  officer or employee of the Hudson Valley developmental disabilities
    51  services office not represented in collective negotiating  units  estab-
    52  lished  pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law who is receiving
    53  location pay pursuant to section 5 of chapter 174 of the  laws  of  1993
    54  shall  continue to receive such location pay under the conditions and at
    55  the rates specified by such section.

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     1    2. Notwithstanding section eight of this act or any other law, rule or
     2  regulation to the contrary, any officer or employee of the Hudson Valley
     3  developmental disabilities services office not represented in collective
     4  negotiating units established  pursuant  to  article  14  of  the  civil
     5  service law who is receiving location pay pursuant to said section eight
     6  of  this act shall continue to be eligible for such location pay if such
     7  officer's or employee's principal place of employment is  changed  to  a
     8  location  outside of the county of Rockland as the result of a reduction
     9  or redeployment of  staff,  provided,  however,  that  such  officer  or
    10  employee  is  reassigned  to  or  otherwise  appointed  or promoted to a
    11  different position at another work location within  such  Hudson  Valley
    12  developmental disabilities services office located outside of the county
    13  of  Rockland.  The  rate of such continued location pay shall not exceed
    14  the rate such officer or employee is receiving on the date of such reas-
    15  signment, appointment, or promotion.
    16    § 9. Overtime meal allowance. Notwithstanding any other  provision  of
    17  law  to the contrary, individuals in positions in the classified service
    18  of the state of New York designated managerial or confidential  pursuant
    19  to  article  14  of  the  civil  service law, shall continue to receive,
    20  effective April 1, 2011, an overtime meal allowance  in  the  amount  of
    21  $5.50  pursuant  to  eligibility guidelines developed by the director of
    22  employee relations.
    23    § 10. Effect of participation in special annuity program.  No  officer
    24  or  employee  participating in a special annuity program pursuant to the
    25  provisions of article 8-C of the education law shall, by  reason  of  an
    26  increase  in  compensation pursuant to this act, suffer any reduction of
    27  the salary adjustment to which that employee would otherwise be entitled
    28  by reason of participation in such program, and such  salary  adjustment
    29  shall  be  based  upon  the  salary  of such officer or employee without
    30  regard to the reduction authorized by such article.
    31    § 11. 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other section  of  this
    32  act  or  any  other  provision  of  law to the contrary, any increase in
    33  compensation provided: (a) in  this  act,  or  (b)  as  a  result  of  a
    34  promotion,  appointment, or advancement to a position in a higher salary
    35  grade, or (c) pursuant to paragraph (c) of subdivision 6 of section  131
    36  of  the  civil service law, or (d) pursuant to paragraph (b) of subdivi-
    37  sion 8 of section 130 of the civil service law, or (e) pursuant to para-
    38  graph (a) of subdivision 3 of section 13 of chapter 732 of the  laws  of
    39  1988,  as  amended, may be withheld in whole or in part from any officer
    40  or employee when, in the opinion of the director  of  the  budget,  such
    41  withholding  is necessary to reflect the job performance of such officer
    42  or employee, or to maintain appropriate salary relationships among offi-
    43  cers or employees of the state,  or  to  reduce  state  expenditures  to
    44  acceptable levels or when, in the opinion of the director of the budget,
    45  such  increase is not warranted or is not appropriate. As a result of an
    46  exercise of the director's authority under  this  act  to  withhold  any
    47  increase,  such  salary  schedules as defined in section one of this act
    48  shall be implemented and/or modified by the director of the  budget,  as
    49  necessary,   consistent  with  the  provision  or  withholding  of  such
    50  increases pursuant to this section.
    51    2. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other section  of  this  act,
    52  the  salary  increase  provided for in this act shall not be implemented
    53  until the director of the budget delivers notice to the comptroller that
    54  such amounts may be paid.
    55    § 12. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the appro-
    56  priations contained in this act shall be available to the state for  the

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     1  payment  of grievance settlements and awards pursuant to executive order
     2  42, dated October 14, 1970, and title 9, part 560, official  compilation
     3  of codes, rules and regulations of the state of New York.
     4    §  13.  Date  of  entitlement  to salary increase. Notwithstanding the
     5  provisions of this act or of any other law, the increase  in  salary  or
     6  compensation  of  any  officer or employee provided by this act shall be
     7  added to the salary or compensation of such officer or employee  at  the
     8  beginning  of  that  payroll period the first day of which is nearest to
     9  the effective date of such increases as provided in this act, or at  the
    10  beginning  of the earlier of two payroll periods the first days of which
    11  are nearest but equally near to the effective dates of such increases as
    12  provided in this act, provided, however, that for the purposes of deter-
    13  mining the salary of such officer  or  employee  upon  reclassification,
    14  reallocation,  appointment, promotion, transfer, demotion, reinstatement
    15  or other change of status, such salary increase shall be  deemed  to  be
    16  effective on the date thereof as prescribed in this act, and the payment
    17  thereof  pursuant to this section on a date prior thereto, instead of on
    18  such effective date, shall not operate to confer any  additional  salary
    19  rights  or benefits on such officer or employee.  Payment of such salary
    20  increase may be deferred pursuant to section fourteen of this act.
    21    §  14.  Deferred  payment  of  salary  increase.  Notwithstanding  the
    22  provisions  of  any  other section of this act or any other provision of
    23  law to the contrary, pending payment pursuant to this act of  the  basic
    24  annual  salaries  of  incumbents  of positions subject to this act, such
    25  incumbents shall receive, as partial compensation for services rendered,
    26  the rate of salary and other compensation  otherwise  payable  in  their
    27  respective  positions.  An  incumbent holding a position subject to this
    28  act at any time during the period from April 1,  2019,  until  the  time
    29  when  basic  annual  salaries  and other compensation due are first paid
    30  pursuant to this act for such services in excess of the salary and other
    31  compensation actually received therefor, shall be entitled to a lump sum
    32  payment for the difference between the salary and other compensation  to
    33  which  such  incumbent  is entitled for such services and the salary and
    34  other compensation actually received.
    35    § 15. Use of appropriations.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  the
    36  state  finance  law  or  any other provision of law to the contrary, the
    37  state comptroller is authorized to pay any amounts required  during  the
    38  fiscal year commencing April 1, 2018 or April 1, 2019, by the provisions
    39  of this act for any state department or agency from any appropriation or
    40  other  funds  available  to such state department or agency for personal
    41  service or for other related employee benefits during such fiscal  year.
    42  To  the  extent that such appropriations are insufficient in any fund to
    43  accomplish the purposes herein set forth, the director of the budget  is
    44  authorized to allocate to the various departments and agencies, from any
    45  appropriations  available in any fund, the amounts necessary to pay such
    46  amounts.  The  aforementioned  appropriations  shall  be  available  for
    47  payment  of  any  liabilities  or obligations incurred prior to April 1,
    48  2018 or April 1, 2019, in addition to current liabilities.
    49    § 16. Notwithstanding any provision of the state finance  law  or  any
    50  other provision of law to the contrary, the sum of $47,520,000 is hereby
    51  appropriated  in  the  general  fund/state  purposes  account (10050) in
    52  miscellaneous-all   state   departments   and   agencies   solely    for
    53  apportionment/transfer  by  the  director  of  the budget for use by any
    54  state department or agency in any fund for the state fiscal  year  April
    55  1, 2019 through March 31, 2020 to supplement appropriations for personal
    56  service,  other  than personal service and fringe benefits, and to carry

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     1  out the provisions of this act. No money shall be available for expendi-
     2  ture from this appropriation until a certificate of  approval  has  been
     3  issued  by  the director of the budget and a copy of such certificate or
     4  any  amendment  thereto  has  been filed with the state comptroller, the
     5  chair of the senate finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways
     6  and means committee. The monies hereby appropriated  are  available  for
     7  payment  of  any  liabilities or obligations incurred prior to or during
     8  the state fiscal year April 1, 2019 through March  31,  2020.  For  this
     9  purpose,  the  monies appropriated shall remain in full force and effect
    10  for the payment of liabilities incurred on or before March 31, 2020.
    11    § 17. This act shall take effect immediately and shall  be  deemed  to
    12  have been in full force and effect on and after April 1, 2019. Appropri-
    13  ations  made  by  this  act  shall  remain  in full force and effect for
    14  liabilities incurred through March 31, 2020.
    15    § 2. Severability clause. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivi-
    16  sion, section or part contained  in  any  part  of  this  act  shall  be
    17  adjudged  by  any  court  of  competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such
    18  judgment shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remainder  thereof,
    19  but  shall  be  confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, para-
    20  graph, subdivision, section  or  part  contained  in  any  part  thereof
    21  directly involved in the controversy which such judgment shall have been
    22  rendered. It is hereby declared to be the intent of the legislature that
    23  this act would have been enacted even if such invalid provisions had not
    24  been included herein.
    25    §  3.  This  act shall take effect immediately provided, however, that
    26  the applicable effective date of Parts A through D of this act shall  be
    27  as specifically set forth in the last section of such Part.
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