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Date: September 8, 2017

Bulletin Number: 1589

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Subject April 2016 and April 2017 Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Retroactive Salary Increases

Purpose

To inform agencies of OSC’s automatic processing of the retroactive April 2016 and April 2017 CSEA Salary Increases and provide instructions for payments not processed automatically.

Affected Employees

Employees in the following bargaining units who meet the eligibility criteria:
  • Administrative Services

BU02

  • Operational Services

BU03

  • Institutional Services

BU04

  • Division of Military and Naval Affairs

BU47


Background

Chapter 165 of the Laws of 2017, which implemented the 2016-2021 Agreement between the State of New York and CSEA, provides for a salary increase of two percent (2.00%) for fiscal years 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 and includes the April 1, 2016 and April 1, 2017 CSEA Salary Schedules.

Per Appendix III of the CSEA Agreement, seasonal hourly employees who received an increase to minimum wage are eligible to receive the retroactive salary increase provided the increase to minimum wage did not result in a wage increase higher than the negotiated increase. These employees will require additional agency review.

Effective Date(s) The April 2016 and April 2017 CSEA Retroactive Salary Increases will be paid using the following effective dates and check dates:

Pay Cycle/Pay Period Type

2016 Payment Effective Date

2017 Payment Effective Date

Check Date

Institution Lag

03/31/2016

03/30/2017

10/12/2017

Administration Extra Lag

03/31/2016

03/30/2017

10/04/2017

Administration Lag

04/07/2016

04/06/2017

10/04/2017

Institution Extra Lag

04/07/2016

04/06/2017

10/12/2017


Eligibility Criteria

The following employees are eligible to receive the April 2016 and April 2017 CSEA Salary Increases:
  • Employees with a Pay Basis Code of HRY* (Grade 600 or 800)
  • Employees with a Pay Basis Code of ANN who are in a traineeship (Grade 800)
  • Employees with a Pay Basis Code of ANN who are in an NS position (Grade 600)
  • Employees with a Pay Basis Code of ANN who are in an NS position (Grade 600) which is equated to a grade (Grade 001-025)
  • Employees with a Pay Basis Code of ANN who are in a graded position (Grade 001-025)

*Note:  The Payroll System is unable to differentiate between seasonal and non-seasonal hourly positions. Hourly employees with an hourly rate that is equal to or less than $11.00 on or after the payment effective date will not be processed automatically and will require agency review to determine payment eligibility.

If an employee is in a seasonal hourly position and the hourly rate is equal to one of the minimum wage rates in effect on or after the CSEA Retroactive Salary Increases for April 2016 or April 2017 (See Effective Dates listed above), then the employee may not be eligible to receive the increase(s).Seasonal employees who received an increase to minimum wage are eligible to receive the retroactive salary increase(s) provided the increase to minimum wage did not result in a wage increase higher than the negotiated increase. 

Hourly employees who are not in seasonal hourly positions are eligible for the increases but will not be processed automatically if their hourly rate is equal to or less than $11.00.

Agencies must determine eligibility and submit appropriate Pay Rate Changes for eligible employees with hourly rates equal to or less than $11.00. (See sections: Control D Report Available Prior to Processing and Agency Actions – Beginning Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L).

Employees with a Pay Basis Code of FEE are not eligible for the salary increases unless the employee is budgeted as per diem but is paid using FEE.

Control-D Report Available Prior to Processing The following Control-D report will be available for agency use on 09/07/17 (Administration) and 09/14/17 (Institution).  This will give agencies time to correct employees’ records, if necessary, prior to the automatic processing of the April 2016 and April 2017 CSEA Salary Increases.  The report will be sorted by Department ID, then by employee name in alphabetical order.

NHRP709 – Mass Salary Increase Exception Report

This report is a preliminary listing of employees who appear ineligible to receive the April 2016 and/or April 2017 Salary Increase based on information available on or after the payment effective date through the date the increases are processed.  Included on the report is one or more of the following messages which identifies the reason(s) the employee’s record will not be updated.

  • NYS Position Has Both Equated Grade and NTE – if the employee’s Grade on the Position Data page (based on the NYS Position Number) is equal to 600 and a value exists in both the Equated to Grade field and the Approved Salary Rate field
  • Position and Job do not match – if the Position Number equals the NYS Position Number on the employee’s Job Data page but the Bargaining Unit, Salary Administration Plan or Grade on the Job Data page and the Position Data page are not equal
  • Increment Code Missing – if the Grade on the Position Data page (based on the NYS Position Number) is equal to 001-025 or 600 with a value of 001-025 in the Equated to Grade field, and the Pay Basis Code is ANN and the increment code on the employee’s Job Data page is blank or ‘0000’
  • Increment Code Invalid – if the Grade on the Position Data page (based on the NYS Position Number) is equal to 001-025 or 600 with a value of 001-025 in the Equated to Grade field, and the Pay Basis Code is ANN and the increment code on the employee’s Job Data page is other than 0001, 0003, 0004, 1001, 1003, 1004, 0069, 2222, 7777, 19XX, 20XX, XX10
  • Increment Code Requires Manual Calculation – if the increment code on the employee’s Job Data page is 2222
  • Sal Below Hiring Rate – if the Grade on the Position Data page (based on the NYS Position Number) is equal to 001-025 or 600 with a value of 001-025 in the Equated to Grade field, and the Pay Basis Code is ANN and the employee’s salary on any of the Job Data rows being evaluated is less than the Hiring Rate for the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/2015 Salary Schedule
  • Employee Ineligible for Automatic Increase – if the hourly rate in effect is equal to or less than $11.00

If an employee appears on this report but is due a salary increase, the agency must take the following action:

  • Submit the appropriate transaction(s) on the Job Action Requests page to correct the information on the Job Data row(s). If the row(s) is corrected prior to Administration 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L, the automatic salary increase(s) will be processed.
  • Submit a Position Change Request to the Position Management Unit if the position information is incorrect on the Position Data page in PayServ but is correct in NYSTEP. The position will be updated to reflect the change and the automatic salary increase will be processed provided the agency’s position request contains the same information as the position information in NYSTEP.

Employees who appear on the report but whose record was not corrected prior to automatic processing will not automatically receive the April 2016 or April 2017 CSEA Salary Increase.  Agencies must submit the appropriate transactions to correct the employee’s record and to pay the increase in Administration Pay Period 13L or Institution Pay Period 14L.

Agency Actions – Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L The following procedures must be used by the agency when submitting transactions in Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L:

For pay changes, positions changes and transfers requested on the Job Action Requests or Transfer Requests page with an effective date on or after 03/31/16 (Institution) or 04/07/2016:

  • The agency must not include the April 2016 or April 2017 CSEA Salary Increase in the salary reported in the Pay Rate field.  The 04/01/15 Salary Schedule must be used to calculate the salary.

Exception:  Agencies may submit transactions in Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L to pay the retroactive salary increase(s) to the following employees:

  • Employees with a compensation rate equal to or less than $11/hr
  • Employees in a composite position (identified by Increment Code 2222)

Employees with an Compensation Rate equal to or less than $11/hr
Beginning in Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L, agencies must review the records of employee’s with an hourly rate in effect that is equal to or less than $11.00 at any time on or after the payment effective date of the salary increase to determine if the employee is seasonal and their compensation represents a minimum wage in effect for their location.

Seasonal Hourly Employees
For each effective dated row where the employee is receiving minimum wage, determine if the increase to the minimum wage from the prior rate in effect resulted in an increase that was greater than or less than the negotiated increase.

  • If the increase to minimum wage was greater than the negotiated increase, the minimum wage rate should remain in effect.
  • If the increase to the minimum wage was less than the negotiated increase, the retroactive increase(s) may be applied to the rate in effect prior to the increase to the minimum wage.
    • Submit a Pay Change on the Job Action Requests page using the appropriate Reason code (see below) to pay the salary increase. 

For each effective dated row where the employee’s rate in effect is other than minimum wage, agencies must submit a Pay Change on the Job Action Requests page using the appropriate Reason code (see below) to pay the salary increase.

Note:  Agencies must not submit transactions to pay the retroactive salary increases for effective dates with a compensation rate greater than $11/hr. These effective dated rows will be processed automatically by OSC.

Non-Seasonal Hourly Employees

  • For each effective dated row where the employee’s compensation rate is equal to or less than $11.00Submit a Pay Change on the Job Action Requests page using the appropriate Reason code (see below) to pay the salary increase. 

Note:  Agencies must not submit transactions to pay the retroactive salary increases for effective dates with a compensation rate greater than $11/hr.  These effective dated rows will be processed automatically by OSC.

Composite Positions

Beginning in Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L, agencies must review employees in composite positions (identified by Increment Code 2222) and submit a Pay Change on the Job Action Requests page using the appropriate Reason code (see below) to pay the salary increase.  Information regarding the composite position must be included on the General Comments page. 

To Process Payment Manually

The following Action/Reason code(s) must be used to pay the April 2016 and April 2017 CSEA Retroactive Salary Increase to eligible employees not processed automatically:

  • Reason code SAC (Mass Salary Increase – for transactions effective:
    • 2016 Increase –on 03/31/2016 (Institution) or 04/07/2016 (Administration).
    • 2017 Increase – effective on 03/30/2017 (Institution) or 04/06/2017 (Administration)
  • Reason code CSL (Correct Salary) for ANN Pay Basis or CRT (Change Rate) for HRY Pay Basis – for transactions effective:
    • 2016 Increase – after 03/31/2016 (Institution) or 04/07/2016 Administration
    • 2017 Increase – after 03/31/2017 04/06/2017 (Administration).

Institution Agencies Only

New Hire transactions submitted in Institution Pay Period 13L must use the Hiring Rate of the employee’s grade on the effective date from the 04/01/15 CSEA Salary Schedule.  Since the 04/01/16 and 04/01/16 Salary Schedules are loaded in PayServ as part of processing for the Administration cycle, the agency will receive the automatic validation salary warning message, “Requested salary rate must be at the hiring rate when Action of PAY and Reason of NEW is used”.  Please ignore this warning message.

OSC Actions OSC will process the April 2016 and April 2017 Retroactive CSEA Salary Increases for the following employees:
  • If the employee meets the eligibility criteria and has a Payroll Status of Active, Leave With Pay or Leave of Absence due to a Workers’ Compensation Leave (Action/Reason code of Leave of Absence/WCL, WDL, WPS or WSP) on the payment effective date, OSC will automatically insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page effective 03/31/2016 (Institution) or 04/07/2016 (Administration) to pay the 2016 2% Increase and effective 03/30/2017 (Institution) or 04/06/2017 (Administration) to pay the 2017 2% Increase using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/SAC (Mass Salary Increase).
  • If the employee meets the eligibility criteria but has a Payroll Status of Terminated, Retired or Leave of Absence (not related to a Workers’ Compensation Leave) on the payment effective date and returns to Active status in an eligible position, OSC will automatically insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CSL (Correct Salary) if the Pay Basis Code is ANN or the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CRT (Change Rate) if the Pay Basis Code is HRY.  The row will be inserted using the effective date of the Rehire or Return from Leave action.
  • If the employee is newly hired or transfers into an eligible position after the payment effective date, OSC will automatically insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CSL (Correct Salary) if the Pay Basis Code is ANN or the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CRT (Change Rate) if the Pay Basis Code is HRY.  The row will be inserted using the effective date of the Hire, Position Change or Transfer action.
  • OSC will automatically insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CSL (Correct Salary) if the Pay Basis Code is ANN or the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CRT (Change Rate) if the Pay Basis Code is HRY for all subsequent rows provided the employee remains in an eligible position.

Calculating the New Compensation Rate

The salary on each inserted row will be calculated as follows:

2016 Retroactive 2% Increase Processing

  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of HRY and a Grade equal to 600 or 800 and the hourly rate in effect is greater than $11.00, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest cent.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN and a Grade equal to 600 (not equated to a grade) or 800, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN, a Grade equal to 600 with an equated grade equal to 001-025 and Increment Code 0069, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN, a Grade equal to 001-025 and Increment Code 0069, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN, a Grade equal to 600 with an equated grade equal to 001-025 and an increment code other than 0069 or 2222 and the salary is equal to a salary step of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will automatically increase the salary to the same salary step on the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN, a Grade equal to 600 with an equated grade equal to 001-025 and an increment code other than 0069 or 2222 and the salary is not equal to a salary step of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will process as follows:
    • If the salary is less than the Job Rate of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar.  If the resulting salary is greater than the Job Rate based on the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule, OSC will reduce the salary to the Job Rate.
    • If the salary is greater than the Job Rate of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar OR increase the salary to the Job Rate based on the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule, whichever is greater.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN, a Grade equal to 001-025 and an increment code other than 0069 or 2222 and the salary is equal to a salary step of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will automatically increase the salary to the same salary step on the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule.
  • If the employee has a Pay Basis Code of ANN, a Grade equal to 001-025 and an increment code other than 0069 or 2222 and the salary is not equal to a salary step of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will process as follows:
    • If the salary is less than the Job Rate of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar.  If the resulting salary is greater than the Job Rate based on the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule, OSC will reduce the salary to the Job Rate.
    • If the salary is greater than the Job Rate of the employee’s grade on the effective date based on the 04/01/15 Salary Schedule, OSC will automatically increase the salary by applying 2.00% rounded to the nearest dollar OR increase the salary to the Job Rate based on the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule, whichever is greater.

2017 Retroactive 2% Increase Processing

The 2017 Retroactive 2% Increase will be applied using the same process described above for the 2016 Retroactive 2% Increase.  The compensation rate updated with the 2016 Increase will be compared to the 04/01/16 Salary Schedule when determining if the salary in effect is equal to a salary step of the employee’s grade.  The result of this comparison will determine the appropriate calculation for the compensation rate effective on or after the payment effective date (03/30/17 (Institution) or 04/06/17 (Administration)).

Exceptions

Employees in an hourly position (Grade 600) with an hourly rate in effect that is equal to or less than $11.00 on or after the payment effective date will not be processed automatically.

Employees in a composite position (identified by Increment Code 2222) will not be processed automatically.

Control-D Reports Available After Processing The following Control-D reports will be available for agency review after the automatic increases have been processed.  All reports will be sorted by Department ID, then by employee name in alphabetical order.

NHRP704 – Mass Salary Increase Report

This report identifies all employees who received the automatic April 2016 or April 2017 Salary Increase. The report identifies all employees’ salaries that were increased in an eligible bargaining unit.

NHRP709 – Mass Salary Increase Exception Report

This report identifies employees who did not receive an automatic April 2016 or April 2017 Salary Increase. Included on the report is one or more of the following messages which identifies the reason(s) the employee’s record was not updated The explanation associated with each message is described above under the section Control-D Reports Available Before Processing.

  • NYS Position Has Both Equated Grade and NTE
  • Position and Job do not match
  • Increment Code Missing
  • Increment Code Invalid
  • Increment Code Requires Manual Calculation
  • Sal Below Hiring Rate
  • Employee Ineligible for Automatic Processing

Agency Actions – Beginning in Administration Pay Period 13L or Institution Pay Period 14L Employees Who Receive an Increased Hiring Rate Effective on or After the Payment Effective Date

Employees who receive an Increased Hiring Rate effective on or after the payment effective date (03/31/2016 or 03/30/2017 (Institution) or 04/07/2016 or 04/06/2017 (Administration)) may not be entitled to have the increase applied to their entire salary.  OSC will manually update the salaries after the automatic increase is applied.  If any additional corrections are needed, agencies must submit transactions as soon as possible in order to avoid an overpayment to the employee.

To Process Payment Manually

For instructions for submitting pay changes, see To Process Payment Manually under the section Agency Actions –Administration Pay Period 12L or Institution Pay Period 13L.

Automatic Retroactive Processing OSC will automatically calculate retroactive adjustments for regular earnings and Time Entry earnings that are calculated by the system based on annual salary, such as OT for Annuals (OTA) and Holiday Pay (HPA), resulting from payment of the April 2016 or April 2017 CSEA Retroactive Salary Increase.

If an employee receives a payment and has worked in more than one agency but has been paid by all agencies in the same Employee Record Number since the effective date of the payment, all retroactive adjustments will be paid in the most current agency.

If an employee receives a payment and has worked in more than one agency and has been paid in more than one Employee Record Number since the effective date of the payment, the retroactive adjustments will be paid in the most current agency of the Employee Record Number in which the payment was made.

Employees Who Switch Cycles

Employees who are on the Administration cycle on the payment effective date but are on the Institution cycle on the processing date will have the Administration rows inserted when the program runs for the Administration cycle and the Institution rows inserted when the program runs for the Institution cycle.  All retroactive adjustments will be paid in the Institution check dated 10/12/2017

Employees who are on the Institution cycle on the payment effective date but are on the Administration cycle on the processing date will have the Administration rows inserted when the program runs for the Administration cycle and the Institution rows inserted when the program runs for the Institution cycle.  Retroactive adjustments generated as a result of rows inserted for the Administration cycle will be paid in the Administration check dated 10/04/2017.  Retroactive adjustments generated as a result of rows inserted for the Institution cycle will be paid in the Administration check dated 10/18/2017.

Agency Actions- Retroactive Processing Reporting Retroactive Adjustments

Time Entry earnings codes that are submitted with an amount will not be adjusted automatically. Therefore, beginning in Administration Pay Period 13L or Institution Pay Period 14L, agencies must report the adjustment amount for earnings codes such as Extra Time Override (EXO) and Regular Salary Override (RGO).

Correcting an Automatic Retroactive Adjustment

When certain conditions exist in an employee’s record, the automatic retroactive adjustment may be incorrect.  Therefore, the agency is responsible for identifying employees who meet the following conditions and, if necessary, submitting the necessary adjustment.

  • If an employee has a check returned or exchanged on an AC-230 for dates on or after the effective date of the payment, the payroll system does not consider the AC-230 when calculating the automatic retroactive adjustment.
  • If earnings were previously reported using Earnings Code RGS and a date range that exceeded the number of days reported, the system will calculate the adjustment of earnings based on the number of workdays within the range.
  • Adjustments for earnings that are calculated automatically, such as OT for Annuals (OTA), will be calculated incorrectly if the dates previously reported as a single entry on the Time Entry page overlap the effective date of the payment.  The system will calculate an adjustment for all earnings reported in a single entry based on the salary in effect on the Earnings End Date.
  • For employees who had a change reported on the Job Data page, since the effective date of the payment and the action resulted in an overpayment of earnings, the automatic negative retroactive adjustment may not have been processed because the overpayment was either not recoverable or was recovered using an overpayment earnings code or an AC-230.  In this case, the negative retroactive adjustment may be re-generated when the payment is processed.  OSC will turn off (not process) the automatic negative adjustment for these employees since in most cases these overpayments were either not recoverable or recovered using another method.

If an overpayment of earnings is identified after the automatic payment is processed but before the paycheck is received by the employee, the employee must be notified of the overpayment and the adjustment that will be reported in a subsequent pay period.

Submitting an Adjustment

To process a retroactive adjustment or correct an automatic retroactive adjustment, agencies must submit the following information on the Time Entry page or the Time Entry Interface (NPAY502) using the Earnings Code AJR.

Earnings Begin Date:

The first date included in the adjustment

Earnings End Date:

The last date included in the adjustment

Earn Code:

AJR

Amount:

Amount to be adjusted

Comments:

An explanation of the adjustment


Military Stipend Leave OSC will recalculate the military stipend amount for employees who were placed on a Paid or Unpaid Military Stipend Leave on or after the effective date of the payment as the result of new military orders.
  • If the employee received a stipend, OSC will insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page effective the date the employee is entitled to the increase using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/MSC (Military Stipend Change) and will increase the employee’s biweekly stipend amount.  In addition, updates will be made to all subsequent rows requiring an increased biweekly stipend amount.
  • If the employee did not receive a stipend but becomes eligible for a stipend as a result of the payment, OSC will insert the following in PayServ.
    • A row on the employee’s Job Data page effective the date the employee is entitled to a stipend using the Action/Reason code of Paid Leave of Absence/MLS (Mil Stip) and the new biweekly stipend amount.
    • A row on the employee’s Job Data page for each affected subsequent row using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/MSC (Military Stipend Change) and the new biweekly stipend amount.
    • A row on the Time Entry page using the Earnings Code MSP (Military Stipend Payment) to pay the stipend for each pay period the employee is eligible.
    • Any additional adjustment that is required due to the increased biweekly stipend amount that will not be calculated automatically will be reported by OSC on the Time Entry page using the Earnings Code AMS (Adjust Military Stipend).

Deduction Information All general deductions for employees whose Payroll Status is Terminated, Retired or Deceased will be automatically cancelled by OSC with the exception of percentage based dues and agency shop fees and the following:

Code

Description

410

Health Care Spending Account

420

NY Dependent Care Contribution

425

Repay State Loans/Debt

426

Higher Ed Repay State Loan

428

Dependent Care

433

Total Unemployment Ins Owed

500

Medicare Deficiency

501

Social Security Deficiency

502

NYS SS/Medicare Deficiency

GARNSH

Garnishments

HIATRG

Regular After Tax Health

HIATSP

Special After Tax Health Adj

HIBTRG

Regular Before Tax Health

HIBTSP

Special Before Tax Health Adj


Tax Information These monies are taxable income subject to all employment taxes and income taxes, will be included in the employee’s taxable gross and reported on the employee’s Form W-2.

The adjustments (AJR and Retro (RXX)) are supplemental taxable income and will be included in the employee’s taxable gross subject to all employment and income taxes.

Federal, State and New York City income tax withholding will be calculated using the Aggregate method. Yonkers income tax withholding will be calculated using the Flat Rate method (1.61135% for Yonkers residents and 0.50% for Yonkers non-residents).

Undeliverable Checks Checks issued to eligible employees who are now deceased should be returned with a completed Next of Kin Affidavit (Form AC 934-P) and a Report of Check Exchange (Form AC 1476-P).  If a Next of Kin Affidavit has been previously submitted for a deceased employee’s payroll check, OSC will accept a photocopy of this form along with a new Report of Check Exchange.

Payroll Register and Employee’s Paycheck/Advice All retroactive adjustments will be displayed on the Payroll Register using the appropriate Earnings Code and the amount paid and will be displayed on the employee’s paycheck stub or direct deposit advice using the appropriate Earnings Description and the amount paid unless the number of earnings codes exceeds 13.  Agencies should utilize Locked Query #49 to identify a complete list of regular earnings and retroactive adjustments if there are more than 13 earnings codes.

Questions Questions regarding this bulletin may be directed to the Payroll Earnings mailbox.

Questions regarding Position information may be directed to the Position Management mailbox.

Questions regarding military information may be directed to the Military Stipend mailbox.

Questions regarding general deductions may be directed to the Payroll Deduction mailbox.