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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 02-2080



Documents Filed But Not Published

[32 Pa.B. 5717]

   The Legislative Reference Bureau (Bureau) accepted the following documents during the preceding calendar month for filing without publication under 1 Pa. Code § 3.13(b) (relating to contents of Bulletin). The Bureau will continue to publish on a monthly basis either a summary table identifying the documents accepted during the preceding calendar month under this subsection or a statement that no documents have been received. For questions concerning or copies of documents filed, but not published, call (717) 783-1530.

Executive Board

   Resolution #CB-02-276, Dated October 16, 2002. Authorizes the side letter between the Commonwealth and AFSCME concerning reimbursement to auditors in the Bureau of Audits for recognized CPA review course and examination. In addition, the side letter also authorizes the reclassification and two-step pay increase for revenue auditors who receive their CPA licenses.

   Resolution #CB-02-277, Dated October 16, 2002. This resolution authorizes the side letters between the Commonwealth and AFSCME, Pennsylvania Game Commission Act 111 Unit, FOSCEP, ISSU, FOP-PLCB Enforcement Officers III (LLEO Supervisors), PDA, PNA, PSCOA, CIVEA, PSEA, PSPOA, PSSU, Compensation Referees Unit, PSTA, Commonwealth Bar Association, PUC, SPFPA and SEIU regarding carryover of unused annual and personal leave into the first seven pay periods of the next calendar year, define the quarter for earning personal leave and change the definition of quarter for earning higher class pay.

   Resolution #CB-02-283, Dated October 16, 2002. This resolution authorizes the side letter between the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Education Association to amend Article 25, Professional Education Program, of the CIVEA Labor Agreement. This amendment also provides an additional $100,000 per fiscal year tuition reimbursement fund to permanent employees in the CIVEA unit who work at seven institutions which are involved in the Commonwealth's secondary school diploma program.

Acting Director
Pennsylvania Bulletin

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 02-2080. Filed for public inspection November 15, 2002, 9:00 a.m.]

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