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Session Laws, 1996
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PARRIS N. GLENDENING, Governor                             Ch. 347

SECTION 4. 5. 6. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That § 9-205(a)(2) of the
State Personnel and Pensions Article, as enacted by this Act, does not apply to
compensatory time earned on or before June 30, 1989.

SECTION 5. 6. 7. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the Laws of
Maryland read as follows:

1.  Legislative Joint Committee on Fair Practices.

(a)     There is a Joint Committee on Fair Practices, which has oversight over
matters in State government of equal employment opportunity policies and practices and
procurement practices made under Executive Order.

(b)     The Joint Committee shall be comprised of:

(1)     three members of the Senate, appointed by the President of the Senate;

(2)     three members of the House of Delegates, appointed by the Speaker of
the House.

(c)     The purpose of the Joint Committee shall be to:

(1)     review reports;

(2)     evaluate the effectiveness of programs, policies, and practices; and

(3)     identify areas of concern, and, as appropriate, recommend corrective
measures to the Governor and the General Assembly.

2.  Telecommuting pilot program.

(a)     The Governor shall establish a statewide telecommuting pilot program to
allow State employees to perform employment duties at work sites other than a State
office through the use of telecommunications technology.

(b)     The Secretary shall:

(1)     adopt guidelines and policies to establish and carry out the purpose of
the pilot program; and

(2)     on or before October 1, 1996, submit a report to the Senate Budget and
Taxation Committee and the House Appropriations Committee concerning the effect of
the pilot program within each of the units that participates in the program.

3.  Performance-based pay - implementation plan.

(a)     Supervisors, managers, and employees shall be trained in performance
appraisal system principles and procedures during Fiscal Year 1997. Training will be
provided by the Department of Personnel.

(b)     Appointing authorities shall develop specific performance appraisal standards
for work performed in their agencies during Fiscal Year 1997.

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