- Certification Pay, Education Pay, and Bilingual Pay
- Clothing and Cleaning Allowances
- Compensatory Per Diem
- Corporal Pay – Texas Department of Public Safety
- Differential Payments – Texas Military Department
- Employees of the Legislative Branch
- Evening, Night or Weekend Shift Salary Differential
- Fire Prevention/Safety Pay
- Goods and Services Provided to Employees
- Hardship Station Incentives
- Hazardous Duty Pay
- TxDOT Hazardous Duty Pay
- Incentives, Enhanced Compensation and Expenses for High-Performing Employees of the Comptroller’s Office
- Maximum Security and Behavioral Management Unit Salaries
- Payment for Compensatory or Holiday Time
- Permanent School Fund Bonus
- Salary Provisions for Certain Employees of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department
- Special Provisions Equal to Salaries Paid by the Austin Independent School District (AISD)
- Stand-by Pay
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Plan (SNAP) Bonuses
- Supplemental Pay for Certain Judges
- Supplemental Pay for the Officers of the Department of Public Safety (DPS) of the State of Texas
- Supplemental Pay from a County or Municipality – Department of Family and Protective Services
- Texas Juvenile Justice Department Hazardous Duty Pay
- Tips (Gratuities)
- Veteran’s Award
Texas Payroll/Personnel Resource
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Supplemental Pay for Certain Judges
The General Appropriations Act (GAA) provides authority and funding for the Comptroller’s Judiciary Section (Agency 241) to pay a supplemental amount to certain district judges who serve as a local administrative judge in a county with more than five district courts.
Note: The special pay number unique to Agency 241 (District Courts – Comptroller’s Judiciary Section) is 011.
The district judges who qualify may receive a supplement of not more than $5,000 above the salary to which the judge would otherwise be entitled.
To learn more about entering these salary stipends, see Chapter 10, “Special Pays” of the USPS Process Guide (FPP R.017).
General Appropriations Act, Article IV, Judiciary Section, Comptroller’s Department Rider 2; Texas Government Code, Section 659.012 (Vernon 2012).