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2023 Pay Plan Proposal

On October 19th the Office of Personnel Management will present their draft of the pay plan proposal to the Joint Budget Personnel sub-committee. This is part of the process of pre-budget hearings for the legislative session that starts in January of 2023. Which if passes, it will become effective July 2023.

It looks to be as presented by OPM at our annual business meeting. New maximums in the grades and a years of service percentage adjustment. Total cost for this new plan costs $41 million dollars. We will keep you posted as the process moves forward.

Here is a link if you would like to follow the October 19th meeting. ASEA will be in attendance and advocating for its passage on your behalf.

John Bridges, ASEA Director. or 501-378-0187.

Ex. B- Draft Pay Plan Overview
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