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Texas Payroll/Personnel Resource

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General Provisions
Salary Supplement for Employees Working in Washington, D.C.


Any state agency (defined as a state board, commission, department, institution or office having statewide jurisdiction, including a state college or university) that assigns an employee to work permanently in the Washington, D.C., office of the Office of State-Federal Relations (within the Trusteed Program of the office of the governor) is authorized to pay the employee a salary supplement not to exceed $1,200 per month.


The Office of State-Federal Relations (OSFR) or any state agency or institution may pay any employee whose duty station is located in Washington, D. C., a salary supplement not to exceed $1,200 per month.

The OSFR may enter into interagency contracts with other state agencies that want to locate staff and work under the supervision of the OSFR’s director in Washington, D.C.

For an employee who works on less than a full-time basis in Washington, D.C., a salary supplement must be set on a proportionate basis.


General Appropriations Act, Article I (Trusteed Programs Within the Office of the Governor), Rider 14; Texas Government Code Annotated, Sections 751.006(g) and 751.012(a).