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§ 1-101In this Division I of this article the following words have the...
§ 1-201Unless specifically provided otherwise, in this Division I of this...
§ 1-202The State may not print or have printed a State employee’s Social...
§ 2-101Except as expressly provided by law, this title does not limit any...
§ 2-201Except as otherwise provided by law, an employee in the Judicial,...
§ 2-202The principal personnel system in the Executive Branch of State...
§ 2-301In keeping with State efforts to reinvent government, restructuring...
§ 2-302The State recognizes and honors the value and dignity of every person...
§ 2-303The State recognizes the rights and protections afforded to its...
§ 2-304Employment by the State does not affect any right or obligation...
§ 2-305This section applies to all employees of all units in the Executive,...
§ 2-306In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 2-307A State employee may not directly supervise the employee’s parent,...
§ 2-401Except as otherwise provided by law, compensation for State employees...
§ 2-402Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section and notwithstanding...
§ 2-403Subject to subsection (b) of this section, on the written request...
§ 2-404This section applies to income tax that is imposed by a state other...
§ 2-405In addition to the payment of wages by cash or check, the State...
§ 2-501In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 2-502There is a State Employee and Retiree Health and Welfare Benefits...
§ 2-502.1In this section, "Maryland Rx Program" means a purchasing pool for...
§ 2-503The Secretary shall:
§ 2-504Each year the Governor shall include money in the State budget to...
§ 2-507Subject to the regulations adopted under § 2–503 of this subtitle,...
§ 2-508In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 2-509Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, an individual may enroll...
§ 2-509.1The State shall continue to include a prescription drug benefit...
§ 2-510This section applies only to former Baltimore City Jail employees,...
§ 2-511This section applies to employees of the Maryland Environmental...
§ 2-512In this section, "qualifying not-for-profit organization" means...
§ 2-513An employee of a county or municipal corporation may enroll and...
§ 2-514In addition to regular open enrollment periods, the Program shall...
§ 2-515This section applies to the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland,...
§ 2-515.1This section applies to the Southern Maryland Regional Library,...
§ 2-516In this section, "Fund" means the State Employees and Retirees Health...
§ 2-517In this section, "carrier" means:
§ 2-601Except as provided for in subsection (c)(2) of this section, a former...
§ 2-701In this subtitle, "returning veteran":
§ 2-702This subtitle applies to all units in the Executive, Judicial, and...
§ 2-703A returning veteran who was inducted into the armed forces is eligible...
§ 2-704An otherwise eligible returning veteran who was hospitalized at...
§ 2-705A returning veteran who meets the requirements of this subtitle...
§ 2-706A returning veteran who is reinstated under this subtitle is entitled...
§ 2-707A member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United...
§ 3-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-102Except as provided in this title or as otherwise provided by law,...
§ 3-103This title and any agreement under this title do not limit or otherwise...
§ 3-201There is a State Labor Relations Board established as an independent...
§ 3-202The Board consists of the following five members:
§ 3-203A majority of the voting members shall constitute a quorum for:
§ 3-204The State Labor Relations Board and the State Higher Education Labor...
§ 3-205The Board is responsible for administering and enforcing provisions...
§ 3-206The Board shall adopt and enforce regulations, guidelines, and policies...
§ 3-207The Board shall investigate:
§ 3-208On written request of an exclusive representative, for each employee...
§ 3-209If a person fails to comply with an order issued by the Board, a...
§ 3-2A-01There is a State Higher Education Labor Relations Board established...
§ 3-2A-02The Board consists of the following five members:
§ 3-2A-03A majority of the voting members shall constitute a quorum for:
§ 3-2A-04The State Higher Education Labor Relations Board and the State Labor...
§ 3-2A-05The Board is responsible for administering and enforcing provisions...
§ 3-2A-06The Board shall adopt and enforce regulations, guidelines, and policies...
§ 3-2A-07The Board may investigate:
§ 3-2A-08On written request of an exclusive representative, for each employee...
§ 3-2A-09If a person fails to comply with an order issued by the Board, a...
§ 3-301Employees subject to this title have the right to:
§ 3-302The State, through its appropriate officers and employees, has the...
§ 3-303In this section, "strike" means any concerted action to impede the...
§ 3-304In this section, "lockout" means action taken by an employer to:
§ 3-305In the event a strike occurs or appears imminent, the State may...
§ 3-306The State and its officers, employees, agents, or representatives...
§ 3-401Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, the Board shall conduct...
§ 3-402A petition for the election of an exclusive representative of a...
§ 3-403Except as otherwise provided in this title, the Board shall determine...
§ 3-404Each employee organization that seeks certification as an exclusive...
§ 3-405Within 5 days of determination that a valid petition has been submitted,...
§ 3-406The Board shall certify as exclusive representative the employee...
§ 3-407An employee organization certified as the exclusive representative...
§ 3-501The following individuals or entities shall designate one or more...
§ 3-502Collective bargaining shall include all matters relating to wages,...
§ 3-601A memorandum of understanding shall contain all matters of agreement...
§ 3-602The president of a system institution may elect to terminate a cooperation...
§ 4-103The Secretary shall carry out those provisions of this Division...
§ 4-106To carry out those provisions of this Division I that are subject...
§ 4-107For efficiency and economy in State government, the Secretary shall:
§ 4-108As to matters subject to the authority of the Secretary, the Secretary...
§ 4-109As part of any investigation or hearing under this Division I, the...
§ 4-201This section does not apply to those units of State government with...
§ 4-202The Secretary shall:
§ 4-203The head of a principal unit shall submit for the Secretary’s approval...
§ 4-204The Secretary may:
§ 4-205If there is a material change in the duties of a position, the Secretary...
§ 4-301On or before October 15 of each year, each unit of the Executive...
§ 4-302This section does not apply to the University System of Maryland.
§ 4-303On the request of a unit of State government, the Secretary, consistent...
§ 4-304On request of the Secretary, all employees and officers of the State...
§ 4-401The Office of Administrative Hearings shall dispose of a case or...
§ 5-101The head of each principal unit shall notify the employees in the...
§ 5-201In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-202There is an Equal Employment Opportunity Program, which is under...
§ 5-203Except as provided in § 5-209 of this subtitle, in addition to any...
§ 5-204The Secretary shall:
§ 5-205In accordance with the provisions and intent of the Maryland Constitution...
§ 5-206The Governor, with the advice of the Joint Committee on Fair Practices...
§ 5-207The head of each principal unit shall appoint:
§ 5-208All personnel actions concerning an employee in the Executive Branch...
§ 5-209An employee in the skilled service, professional service, or management...
§ 5-210A complainant may be represented during the complaint process by...
§ 5-211An applicant or employee subject to this subtitle may file with...
§ 5-212Within 30 days after a complaint under § 5-211 of this subtitle...
§ 5-213Within 10 days after receiving a decision under § 5-212 of this...
§ 5-214Information obtained as part of an investigation conducted under...
§ 5-215An employee who violates or fails to comply with this subtitle is...
§ 5-301This subtitle applies to all employees and State employees who are...
§ 5-302This subtitle does not preclude action for defamation or invasion...
§ 5-303The Secretary shall adopt regulations for processing and resolving...
§ 5-304The head of each principal unit shall provide the employees of the...
§ 5-305Subject to the limitations of § 5-306 of this subtitle, a supervisor,...
§ 5-306Section 5-305 of this subtitle applies to a disclosure that is specifically...
§ 5-307An employee in the State Personnel Management System who seeks relief...
§ 5-308A complainant may be represented during the complaint process by...
§ 5-309An employee subject to this subtitle may file with the Secretary...
§ 5-310A complainant may appeal to the Office of Administrative Hearings:
§ 5-311After reviewing a final decision under this subtitle, the court...
§ 5-312If, during an investigation under § 5-309(c) of this subtitle, the...
§ 5-313For purposes of this subtitle, the Attorney General shall:
§ 5-314Information obtained as part of an investigation conducted under...
§ 6-101There is a State Personnel Management System, which is under the...
§ 6-102The basic purpose of the State Personnel Management System is to...
§ 6-201This subtitle only applies to the appointing authorities of units...
§ 6-202An appointing authority shall take any personnel action governed...
§ 6-203An appointing authority may appoint an employee to a position in...
§ 6-301Except to the extent otherwise provided by law, the following positions...
§ 6-302Except as provided in this subsection or otherwise by law, all positions...
§ 6-303All positions in the Judicial Branch of State government are excluded...
§ 6-304All positions in the Legislative Branch of State government are...
§ 6-305The State Personnel Management System includes any other position...
§ 6-306Any individual 70 years old or older is eligible for appointment...
§ 6-401Except as provided in this title or otherwise by law, all positions...
§ 6-402Except as otherwise provided by law, a position in the Executive...
§ 6-403Except as otherwise provided by law, a position in the Executive...
§ 6-404Except as otherwise provided by law, the following positions in...
§ 6-405Except as otherwise provided by law, individuals in the following...
§ 6-406A contractual employee is a temporary employee whose employment...
§ 7-101Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this title...
§ 7-102Each employee in the skilled service, professional service, and...
§ 7-201This subtitle does not apply to a special appointment position in...
§ 7-202When a skilled service or professional service position is to be...
§ 7-203An appointing authority may select candidates for a position:
§ 7-204To recruit candidates for a position, an appointing authority shall...
§ 7-205After the close of a position announcement, the appointing authority...
§ 7-206An appointing authority may use any appropriate selection process...
§ 7-207A credit under this section shall be applied to an applicant’s score...
§ 7-208The appointing authority shall:
§ 7-209Except as otherwise provided by law, an appointing authority shall...
§ 7-210Any applicant under this title who is not selected for a position...
§ 7-301In accordance with guidelines issued by the Secretary, an appointing...
§ 7-401Except as provided in this section, this subtitle applies to all...
§ 7-402Each employee subject to this subtitle is required to complete a...
§ 7-403Subject to subsection (b) of this section and at the sole discretion...
§ 7-404Each appointing authority and, where applicable, supervisor has...
§ 7-405An appointing authority may take disciplinary action against or...
§ 7-501The performance of each employee in the skilled service, professional...
§ 7-502An employee subject to this subtitle shall receive the following...
§ 7-503A supervisor shall prepare a preliminary performance appraisal for...
§ 7-504An appointing authority may provide for interim conferences between...
§ 7-601If this State acquires a public or private entity to operate it...
§ 7-602An appointing authority may reassign any employee within the appointing...
§ 7-701In this title, "part-time employee" means an employee who works...
§ 8-101There is a Standard Pay Plan and an Executive Pay Plan for this...
§ 8-102Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the pay...
§ 8-103Subject to the approval of the Governor, the Secretary shall adopt...
§ 8-104Pay rates in the Standard Pay Plan may be set by:
§ 8-105This section applies only to the Standard Pay Plan.
§ 8-106This section applies only to the Standard Pay Plan.
§ 8-107This section applies only to employees whose positions are in the...
§ 8-108This section applies only to the Executive Pay Plan.
§ 8-109Subject to the approval of the Governor, the Secretary at any time...
§ 8-201This section applies to all employees in the State Personnel Management...
§ 8-202An employee of the State Fire Marshal’s Office is entitled to extra...
§ 8-301Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, in § 8-309...
§ 8-302This subtitle shall be interpreted and applied, to the extent applicable,...
§ 8-303Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, an employee who works...
§ 8-304Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, an employee’s...
§ 8-305Except as otherwise provided in this section:
§ 8-306Payment for overtime work shall be made on or before the day the...
§ 8-307By regulations consistent with the federal Fair Labor Standards...
§ 8-308Except as provided in § 8-305(c) of this subtitle, a law enforcement...
§ 8-309The Secretary may designate, subject to the Secretary’s salary-setting...
§ 8-401Subject to the approval of the Governor, the Secretary may adopt...
§ 8-402Money paid in violation of this section or in violation of any regulation...
§ 9-101This section applies to all employees in the State Personnel Management...
§ 9-102The Secretary shall compile all leave reports received under § 9-101...
§ 9-103While using leave with pay under this title, an employee:
§ 9-201In this title, "employee holiday" includes:
§ 9-202Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subtitle...
§ 9-203Each employee subject to this subtitle is entitled to holiday leave...
§ 9-204Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, an employee shall...
§ 9-205Except as otherwise provided in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this subsection...
§ 9-301Each employee in the State Personnel Management System, except a...
§ 9-302In this section, "total State service" includes any previous State...
§ 9-303Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, an employee...
§ 9-304An employee may accumulate unused annual leave and may carry over...
§ 9-305Except for employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement...
§ 9-306An employee whose State employment is terminated for a cause involving...
§ 9-307Annual leave that is forfeited under §§ 9-304 and 9-306 of this...
§ 9-308An employee may voluntarily donate any amount of the employee’s...
§ 9-401Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, or otherwise...
§ 9-402Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, an employee...
§ 9-403An employee may not accumulate unused personal leave.
§ 9-404An employee may voluntarily donate any amount of the employee’s...
§ 9-501Each employee in the State Personnel Management System, except a...
§ 9-502Fifteen days, not to exceed 120 hours, of sick leave accrue to an...
§ 9-503Payment for sick leave taken under this subtitle for personal illness...
§ 9-504An employee who uses sick leave for 5 or more consecutive workdays...
§ 9-505An employee who is responsible for the care and nurturing of a child...
§ 9-506An employee may accumulate unused sick leave and use as permitted...
§ 9-507Sick leave that is forfeited is placed, unless the employee objects,...
§ 9-508Subject to subsection (b) of this section, an employee may voluntarily...
§ 9-601In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-602There is a State Employees’ Leave Bank.
§ 9-603The Leave Bank consists of donated leave and forfeited annual, personal,...
§ 9-604Subject to the limitations in this title or in any other law, an...
§ 9-605An employee may not:
§ 9-606An employee who is denied use of leave from the Leave Bank or Leave...
§ 9-607An employee may not, through intimidation, threat, or coercion,...
§ 9-701Each employee in the State Personnel Management System, except a...
§ 9-702An employee may use work-related accident leave:
§ 9-703The appointing authority may require an employee on work-related...
§ 9-704Payment to an employee for work-related accident leave taken under...
§ 9-705If someone other than the employee or the State causes an injury...
§ 9-801Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subtitle...
§ 9-802The Secretary shall adopt regulations that provide for work schedules...
§ 9-803If an employee who is entitled to overtime pay elects to perform...
§ 9-804A unit may adopt written policies that provide exceptions to this...
§ 9-901Except as provided in § 8-307 of this article, each employee in...
§ 9-1001The Secretary shall adopt regulations, guidelines, or policies implementing...
§ 9-1101Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, this subtitle applies...
§ 9-1102This section applies to all employees, including temporary employees,...
§ 9-1103An employee is entitled to receive appropriate health care to be...
§ 9-1104The Secretary may provide by regulation for leave with pay:
§ 9-1105The Secretary may provide by regulation for leaves of absence without...
§ 9-1106This section applies to all employees, including temporary employees,...
§ 9-1107This section applies to all employees, except temporary employees,...
§ 9-1201Except as otherwise provided, this subtitle applies to employees...
§ 9-1202There is a Sick Leave Incentive Program for State employees that...
§ 9-1203The Sick Leave Incentive Program consists of the following two incentives:
§ 9-1204The payment, sick leave usage rate, and sick leave balance for a...
§ 10-101Except as otherwise provided, this title applies to all employees...
§ 10-102#VALUE!
§ 10-103The purposes of the training program are to:
§ 10-104Except as otherwise provided by law, staff supervision of all development...
§ 10-105Public funds may be used to supplement and subsidize training and...
§ 10-201In this subtitle, "principal unit" means a principal unit in the...
§ 10-202Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subtitle...
§ 10-203In this section, "innovative idea" means an invention, innovative...
§ 10-204There is an Incentive Performance Awards Program for employees.
§ 10-205An award made under this subtitle is in addition to the regular...
§ 10-206A determination under this subtitle about any award or proposed...
§ 10-207A cash award and expenses related to other awards under this subtitle...
§ 10-208The Secretary shall adopt regulations to carry out this subtitle.
§ 10-301This subtitle applies to nontemporary employees in the State Personnel...
§ 10-302To recognize length of State service, the Secretary shall give to...
§ 10-401Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section and § 10-404...
§ 10-402This section does not apply to a temporary employee.
§ 10-403Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, an employee subject...
§ 10-404In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-501// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 10-502// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 10-503// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 10-504// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 10-505// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 10-506// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 10-507// EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 PER CHAPTER 633 OF 2006 //
§ 11-101In this title, "employee" includes a former State employee.
§ 11-102This subtitle applies to all employees in the State Personnel Management...
§ 11-103Except as otherwise provided, the appointing authority has the burden...
§ 11-104An appointing authority may take the following disciplinary actions...
§ 11-105The following actions are causes for automatic termination of employment:
§ 11-106Before taking any disciplinary action related to employee misconduct,...
§ 11-107Issuing a counseling memorandum is an instructional communication...
§ 11-108This subtitle does not preclude an appointing authority and an employee...
§ 11-109Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, this section...
§ 11-110Within 10 days after receiving a decision under § 11–109 of this...
§ 11-111The Secretary, by regulation, shall establish policies and procedures...
§ 11-112If the principal unit has established a peer review panel for disciplinary...
§ 11-113This section only applies to an employee:
§ 11-201Except as otherwise provided by law, this subtitle only applies...
§ 11-202The Secretary shall adopt regulations to provide procedures that...
§ 11-203An employee shall be laid off if the employee is in a position that...
§ 11-204At least 60 days before a layoff is effective, an appointing authority...
§ 11-205For purposes of a layoff, an appointing authority shall compute...
§ 11-206Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section:
§ 11-207An employee being laid off may displace another employee who has...
§ 11-208The employee with the most seniority points shall be the first employee...
§ 11-301This subtitle applies to all nontemporary employees in the State...
§ 11-302An employee is separated from State service when the appropriation...
§ 11-303An appointing authority may terminate the employment of a probationary...
§ 11-304This section applies to employees on probation following a promotion...
§ 11-305This section only applies to an employee who is in a position:
§ 11-306As of the effective date of an employment termination, the individual...
§ 11-401Any employee may terminate employment by resigning from the employee’s...
§ 11-402Any resignation from a position in the skilled service or professional...
§ 12-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 12-102Except as otherwise provided by law, this title applies to all employees...
§ 12-103An employee with a grievance or the grievant’s representative may...
§ 12-104For employees of the Department, the Secretary shall provide separate...
§ 12-105A grievant may choose any person to assist or represent the grievant...
§ 12-106Except as otherwise provided in this title, if a grievant fails...
§ 12-107The parties may agree to waive any time limitations specified in...
§ 12-108The Secretary shall provide for forms for initiating and processing...
§ 12-109Each party to a grievance shall make every effort to resolve the...
§ 12-201Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the three...
§ 12-202Before initiating a grievance procedure, an employee shall present...
§ 12-203A grievant may initiate a grievance proceeding by filing a written...
§ 12-204Within 10 days after receiving a decision under § 12-203 of this...
§ 12-205Within 10 days after receiving a decision under § 12-204 of this...
§ 12-301If a grievant’s principal unit has established a peer review panel...
§ 12-302The peer review panel shall review each grievance submitted to it...
§ 12-303After a review, the panel shall issue a written decision to the...
§ 12-401A decision maker at any step in the grievance procedure shall determine...
§ 12-402Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the remedies...
§ 12-403On conclusion of each step of a grievance proceeding, a copy of...
§ 12-404An appointing authority, the head of a principal unit, or the Secretary...
§ 12-405A grievant and the grievant’s representative shall be given reasonable...
§ 13-101In this title, "contractual employee" means an individual:
§ 13-201This subtitle applies to all units in the Executive Branch of State...
§ 13-202Except as otherwise authorized under § 13-201(b) of this subtitle,...
§ 13-203The Secretary shall adopt guidelines for the recruitment and selection...
§ 13-204Except as authorized under § 13-303 of this title, the Secretary...
§ 13-205The Secretary periodically shall audit a sample of instances of...
§ 13-301This subtitle applies to all units in the Executive Branch of State...
§ 13-302If a contractual position is replaced by a budgeted position, a...
§ 13-303To enable a contractual employee to participate in any required...
§ 13-304A contractual employee who transfers to a budgeted position under...
§ 13-305This subtitle does not preclude the General Assembly from prohibiting...
§ 13-401In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 13-402The policy of this State is to use State employees to perform all...
§ 13-403A service contract may be entered into only as approved by the Board...
§ 13-404The Department may certify a service contract to the Board of Public...
§ 13-405A unit that seeks to enter into a service contract that is not exempt...
§ 14-101The Secretary shall:
§ 14-102A resident of this State may bring an action in a court of competent...
§ 14-103Except as otherwise specifically provided by State law, this State,...
§ 14-201In this subtitle, "award" means a final monetary or benefit award...
§ 14-202If this State has sufficient money available at the time, an award...
§ 14-203If sufficient money is not available at the time to satisfy an award...
§ 14-204The Governor shall include in the State budget sufficient money...
§ 15-101A person may not impersonate another in an examination held under...
§ 15-102A person may not:
§ 15-103A person may not willfully falsify:
§ 15-104An applicant for employment may not act deceptively in order to...
§ 15-105A person may not willfully give to an individual any information...
§ 15-106A person may not use or promise to use the person’s influence or...
§ 15-107An employee or public official of this State may not use a threat...
§ 15-108A person may not willfully assist another to commit an act prohibited...
§ 15-201Any person who violates Subtitle 1 of this title or any regulation...
§ 20-101In this Division II the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 20-201Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, and except...
§ 20-202An actuarial equivalent shall be an equivalent amount based on actuarial...
§ 20-203On retirement, an Executive Branch official, judge, legislator,...
§ 20-204This section applies only to:
§ 20-205This section applies only to:
§ 20-206In this section, "unused sick leave" means sick leave credit that...
§ 20-207This section does not apply to an individual who is a member of...
§ 20-208Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Board of Trustees...
§ 20-209In conformity with § 401(a)(8) of the Internal Revenue Code, any...
§ 21-101There is a State Retirement and Pension System.
§ 21-102The State Retirement and Pension System consists of:
§ 21-103There is a Board of Trustees for the State Retirement and Pension...
§ 21-104The Board of Trustees consists of the following 14 trustees:
§ 21-105The Board of Trustees shall:
§ 21-106Each trustee is entitled to one vote on the Board of Trustees.
§ 21-107#VALUE!
§ 21-108The responsibility for the management, general administration, and...
§ 21-109The Board of Trustees shall submit the budget for the several systems...
§ 21-110The Board of Trustees shall adopt regulations providing for:
§ 21-111As the Board of Trustees considers necessary to properly administer...
§ 21-112Each year the Board of Trustees shall:
§ 21-113If, because of an error in the records of the several systems, a...
§ 21-114There is an Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees.
§ 21-115The Board of Trustees shall:
§ 21-116By resolution, the Board of Trustees shall specify the powers of...
§ 21-117There is a State Retirement Agency.
§ 21-118The Board of Trustees shall appoint the Executive Director of the...
§ 21-118.1Notwithstanding any other provision of law, on the recommendation...
§ 21-119The State Retirement Agency shall carry out the administrative duties...
§ 21-120On or before December 15 of each year, the Executive Director shall...
§ 21-121Whenever an audit of the records of an educational institution,...
§ 21-122There is an Investment Division in the State Retirement Agency.
§ 21-123Except for those assets that the law requires another entity or...
§ 21-123.1In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-124The State Treasurer is the custodian of:
§ 21-125The Board of Trustees shall designate an actuary who shall:
§ 21-125.1Beginning on or before September 1, 2008, and every 5 years thereafter,...
§ 21-126The Board of Trustees shall establish one or more medical boards.
§ 21-127The Legislative Auditor:
§ 21-201In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-202The Board of Trustees shall hold the assets of each of the several...
§ 21-203A fiduciary shall discharge the fiduciary’s duties with respect...
§ 21-204Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this section,...
§ 21-205In exercising authority, control, or discretion with respect to...
§ 21-206Subject to § 21-207 of this subtitle, a fiduciary who breaches any...
§ 21-207Subject to the provisions of this section, the State shall indemnify...
§ 21-208Except as provided in § 21-204(b) and (c) of this subtitle, a provision...
§ 21-209Notwithstanding any other law, a person may not serve as a fiduciary...
§ 21-210The State shall purchase a bond for each fiduciary in accordance...
§ 21-301In each State system, there is:
§ 21-302The following are obligations of the State:
§ 21-303The Board of Trustees shall credit to the accumulation fund of each...
§ 21-304In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-305In this section, "employees’ systems" means the Employees’ Pension...
§ 21-305.1In this section, "employees’ systems" means the Employees’ Pension...
§ 21-305.2In this section, "employees’ systems" means the Employees’ Pension...
§ 21-305.3In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-305.4In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-305.5In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-305.6In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-306Each fiscal year, on behalf of its employees who are members of...
§ 21-306.1Each fiscal year, on behalf of its employees who are members of...
§ 21-306.2Each fiscal year, on behalf of its employees who are members of...
§ 21-307For a permanent employee of a board of supervisors of elections...
§ 21-308On or before December 1 of each year, the Board of Trustees shall:
§ 21-309In this section, "participating governmental unit" includes a county...
§ 21-310Each year, the Board of Trustees shall certify to the Maryland Environmental...
§ 21-311The Board of Trustees shall credit to each member’s individual account...
§ 21-312To determine the earnable compensation of a member in a payroll...
§ 21-313In this section, "approved employer" means a participating employer...
§ 21-314Each participating employer shall submit to the Board of Trustees...
§ 21-315The Board of Trustees shall credit to the expense fund of each State...
§ 21-401Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, instead of the basic...
§ 21-402Each optional form of allowance shall be the actuarial equivalent...
§ 21-403Under Option 1, if a retiree dies before receiving payments equal...
§ 21-404This section does not apply to the Judges’ Retirement System.
§ 21-405A retiree of the Judges’ Retirement System who has elected an optional...
§ 21-406If a designated beneficiary who is receiving payments for life dies...
§ 21-501A retiree may elect to have the Board of Trustees deduct from the...
§ 21-502Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a person...
§ 21-503The Board of Trustees shall offer counseling about retirement benefits:
§ 21-504This section applies only to the:
§ 21-505The Board of Trustees and the State Board of Trustees of the Maryland...
§ 21-601In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 21-602Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a...
§ 21-603The Board of Trustees shall adopt regulations that are necessary...
§ 21-604Within a reasonable time before making an eligible rollover distribution,...
§ 22-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 22-102This title applies to:
§ 22-201Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, §§ 22-202...
§ 22-202Except as provided in § 22-203 of this subtitle, an individual described...
§ 22-203This subsection applies only to:
§ 22-204If eligibility of an individual for membership in the Employees’...
§ 22-205Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, §§ 22-206...
§ 22-206Except as provided in § 22-207 of this subtitle, an individual who...
§ 22-207The Board of Trustees may deny membership in the Teachers’ Retirement...
§ 22-208If eligibility of an individual for membership in the Teachers’...
§ 22-209Subject to subsection (c) of this section, as a condition of an...
§ 22-210A member of the Employees’ Retirement System who is an elected or...
§ 22-211A former member of the Employees’ Retirement System who was a member...
§ 22-212On or after January 1, 2005, an individual who is a member of the...
§ 22-213On or after January 1, 2005, a former member who has elected a vested...
§ 22-214This subsection applies only to a member who is subject to Selection...
§ 22-215Regular interest is payable on member contributions at the rate...
§ 22-216This section applies to an individual who is:
§ 22-217Membership ends if the member:
§ 22-219This section applies only to a member who is subject to Selection...
§ 22-220This section applies only to a member who is subject to Selection...
§ 22-221This section applies only to a member who is not subject to Selection...
§ 22-301A member of the Employees’ Retirement System or Teachers’ Retirement...
§ 22-302Subject to subsections (b) through (d) of this section, the Board...
§ 22-303Eligibility service for a member of the Employees’ Retirement System...
§ 22-303.1Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member may...
§ 22-304A member may purchase service credit as provided in subsection (b)...
§ 22-305A member may purchase service credit as provided in this section...
§ 22-305.1This section applies only to a member of the Employees’ Retirement...
§ 22-306An elected or appointed official who elected to become a member...
§ 22-307A member of the Employees’ Retirement System who had served as an...
§ 22-308Creditable service on which the allowance of a member is based consists...
§ 22-401A member may retire with a normal service retirement allowance if:
§ 22-402A member may retire with an early service retirement allowance if:
§ 22-403This section applies to a former member who:
§ 22-404In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 22-405Subject to subsection (d) of this section, if a Governor serves...
§ 22-406In this section, "area of critical shortage" means an academic field...
§ 22-406.1Notwithstanding § 22-406 of this subtitle and Chapter 703 of the...
§ 22-407This section applies to an individual who:
§ 22-408A member may be entitled to benefits under Title 29 of this article...
§ 23-101This title applies only to:
§ 23-201Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, §§ 23–203...
§ 23-202.1A nonfaculty employee of the Baltimore City Community College who...
§ 23-203Except as provided in § 23-204 of this subtitle, an individual described...
§ 23-204This subsection applies to an individual who on June 30, 2004, receives...
§ 23-205If eligibility of an individual for membership in the Employees’...
§ 23-206Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, §§ 23-208...
§ 23-208Except as provided in § 23-209 of this subtitle, an individual described...
§ 23-209The Board of Trustees may deny membership in the Teachers’ Pension...
§ 23-210If eligibility of an individual for membership in the Teachers’...
§ 23-211Membership continues for a member who is:
§ 23-212Except as otherwise provided in this section, a member’s contribution...
§ 23-213Regular interest is payable on member contributions at the rate...
§ 23-214This section applies to an individual who is:
§ 23-215Membership ends if the member:
§ 23-217Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this Part...
§ 23-218A member who is subject to this Part II of this subtitle shall:
§ 23-221In this section, "active member" means a member who is not separated...
§ 23-222A member who is subject to this part shall:
§ 23-301A member of the Employees’ Pension System or Teachers’ Pension System...
§ 23-302Subject to subsections (b), (c), and (d) of this section, a member...
§ 23-303In this section, "break in service" means a period of separation...
§ 23-303.1This section applies to a member of the Employees’ Pension System...
§ 23-304A member is entitled to eligibility service that equals:
§ 23-304.1Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member may...
§ 23-305A member is entitled to eligibility service equal to the military...
§ 23-306A member is entitled to eligibility service during a leave of absence...
§ 23-306.1Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a member...
§ 23-306.2A member who is subject to the contributory pension benefit or the...
§ 23-306.3This section applies to a member of the Employees’ Pension System...
§ 23-307Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, in the year...
§ 23-307.1This section applies only to a former member, member, retiree, or...
§ 23-307.2This section applies only to a former member, member, retiree, or...
§ 23-307.3A member of the Employees’ Pension System who as of July 1, 2001,...
§ 23-307.4This section applies only to a member of the Employees’ Pension...
§ 23-307.5This section applies only to a former member, member, retiree, or...
§ 23-308In the year of retirement, a member of the Teachers’ Pension System...
§ 23-308.1This section applies only to a former member, member, retiree, or...
§ 23-308.2For periods of employment as a member of the Teachers’ Retirement...
§ 23-309For the purpose of computing benefits under this title, creditable...
§ 23-310The Board of Trustees shall treat a member’s credit for unused sick...
§ 23-401A member may retire with a normal service retirement allowance if:
§ 23-402A member may retire with an early service retirement allowance if:
§ 23-403This section applies to a former member who:
§ 23-404In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 23-405When a member of the Employees’ Retirement System or the Teachers’...
§ 23-406The Board of Trustees shall reduce a member’s allowance if the member:
§ 23-407In this section, "area of critical shortage" means an academic field...
§ 23-408This section applies to an individual who:
§ 23-409A member may be entitled to benefits under Title 29 of this article...
§ 23-501This section applies to an individual who is a former vested member,...
§ 24-101This title applies to the State Police Retirement System.
§ 24-201This subtitle applies only to:
§ 24-202Except as provided in § 24-203 of this subtitle, an individual described...
§ 24-203The Secretary of State Police may waive membership in the State...
§ 24-204If eligibility of an individual for membership is unclear, the Board...
§ 24-205#VALUE!
§ 24-206Regular interest is payable on member contributions at the rate...
§ 24-207Membership ends if the member:
§ 24-301A member is entitled to:
§ 24-302Subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section, the Board of...
§ 24-303Eligibility service for a member consists of service credit:
§ 24-304A member who previously terminated membership and withdrew accumulated...
§ 24-304.1Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member may...
§ 24-305A member may purchase service credit as provided in subsection (b)...
§ 24-306A member may purchase service credit as provided in this section...
§ 24-307Creditable service on which the allowance of a member is based consists...
§ 24-401A member may retire with a normal service retirement allowance if:
§ 24-401.1In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 24-402This section applies to a former member who:
§ 24-403This section applies only to a retiree who has retired with a service...
§ 24-405Except as provided in § 24–405.1 of this subtitle and subject to...
§ 24-405.1A retiree of the State Police Retirement System who is rehired on...
§ 24-405.2// EFFECTIVE UNTIL JUNE 30, 2014 PER CHAPTERS 643 AND 644 OF 2009...
§ 24-406A member may be entitled to benefits under Title 29 of this article...
§ 25-101#VALUE!
§ 25-102Except as otherwise provided in this title, the administration,...
§ 25-201Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subtitle...
§ 25-202Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, an individual...
§ 25-203#VALUE!
§ 25-203.1For members who transfer from the Employees’ Pension System or the...
§ 25-204Regular interest is payable on member contributions at the rate...
§ 25-205Membership ends if the member:
§ 25-206For members who transfer from a local pension system, the local...
§ 25-301A member is entitled to:
§ 25-302Subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section, the Board of...
§ 25-303Eligibility service for a member consists of service credit:
§ 25-304A member of the Correctional Officers’ Retirement System who previously...
§ 25-304.1Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member may...
§ 25-305A member may purchase service credit as provided in subsection (b)...
§ 25-306A member may purchase service credit as provided in this section...
§ 25-306.1A member who is a former member of the Employees’ Pension System...
§ 25-307Creditable service on which the allowance of a member is based consists...
§ 25-401A member may retire with a normal service retirement allowance if:
§ 25-401.1This section applies only to a Baltimore City Jail employee who:
§ 25-402This section applies to a former member who:
§ 25-403Except as provided in subsection (h) of this section, an individual...
§ 25-404A member may be entitled to benefits under Title 29 of this article...
§ 26-101#VALUE!
§ 26-102Except as otherwise provided in this title, the operation of the...
§ 26-201Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subtitle...
§ 26-202Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, an individual...
§ 26-203Membership continues for a member who is:
§ 26-203.1For members who transfer from the Employees’ Pension System or the...
§ 26-203.2This section applies to a member of the Maryland Transit Administration...
§ 26-203.3This section applies to members of the Department of Public Safety...
§ 26-204Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member’s...
§ 26-205Regular interest is payable on member contributions until retirement...
§ 26-206Membership ends if the member:
§ 26-209Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this Part...
§ 26-210A member who is subject to this Part II of this subtitle shall:
§ 26-211This section applies only to a member of the Law Enforcement Officers’...
§ 26-212A member of the Law Enforcement Officers’ Pension System who did...
§ 26-301A member is entitled to:
§ 26-302Subject to subsections (b), (c), and (d) of this section, a member...
§ 26-303This section applies to a member of the Law Enforcement Officers’...
§ 26-304A member is entitled to eligibility service that equals:
§ 26-305A member is entitled to eligibility service equal to the military...
§ 26-306A member is entitled to eligibility service during a leave of absence...
§ 26-306.1Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member may...
§ 26-307In the year of retirement, a member may purchase service credit...
§ 26-307.1A member may purchase service credit as provided in subsection (b)...
§ 26-308For the purpose of computing benefits under this title, creditable...
§ 26-401Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, a member may retire...
§ 26-401.1In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 26-402This section applies to the surviving spouse or a child of a retiree...
§ 26-403Except as provided in subsection (f) of this section, a retiree...
§ 26-404A member may be entitled to benefits under Title 29 of this article...
§ 27-101In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 27-102This title applies only to the Judges’ Retirement System.
§ 27-103This title does not impair or reduce any benefit that a former member...
§ 27-201The following individuals are members of the Judges’ Retirement...
§ 27-202Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member’s...
§ 27-203Regular interest is payable on member contributions at the rate...
§ 27-204A former member who withdraws accumulated contributions does not...
§ 27-301A member is entitled to service credit:
§ 27-302A member who, on a prior termination of service, withdrew accumulated...
§ 27-303A member is entitled to service credit for prior service as a full-time...
§ 27-304A member may purchase service credit as provided in subsection (b)...
§ 27-401A member or former member is entitled to a retirement allowance:
§ 27-402Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section and subject...
§ 27-403Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, on the death...
§ 27-404Except for a retiree who elects an optional form of an allowance...
§ 27-405If a member’s service is terminated by death and the member leaves...
§ 27-406This section does not apply to a retiree who:
§ 27-407In this section:
§ 28-101This title applies to the Local Fire and Police System.
§ 28-102Except as otherwise provided in this title, the operation of the...
§ 28-201This subtitle applies only to an employee of a participating governmental...
§ 28-202Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, an individual...
§ 28-203Membership continues for a member who is:
§ 28-204Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member’s...
§ 28-205Regular interest is payable on member contributions until retirement...
§ 28-206Membership ends if the member is separated from employment for more...
§ 28-301A member of the Local Fire and Police System is entitled to:
§ 28-302Subject to subsection (b) of this section, a member is entitled...
§ 28-303In this section, "break in service" means a period of separation...
§ 28-304A member is entitled to eligibility service that equals:
§ 28-305A member is entitled to eligibility service equal to the military...
§ 28-306A member is entitled to eligibility service during a leave of absence...
§ 28-306.1Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a member may...
§ 28-307In the year of retirement, a member may purchase service credit...
§ 28-308For the purpose of computing benefits under this title, creditable...
§ 28-401Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3) of this subsection, a member may...
§ 28-402Except as provided in subsection (g) of this section, an individual...
§ 28-403A member may be entitled to benefits under Title 29 of this article...
§ 29-101This subtitle does not apply to the Judges’ Retirement System.
§ 29-102Before the Board of Trustees grants a retirement allowance for a...
§ 29-103Subject to § 29-104 of this subtitle, an application for disability...
§ 29-104Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section and subject...
§ 29-105The Board of Trustees shall grant an ordinary disability retirement...
§ 29-106This section applies only to members of:
§ 29-107This section applies only to members of the State Police Retirement...
§ 29-108This section applies only to members of:
§ 29-109This section does not apply to the State Police Retirement System.
§ 29-110This section does not apply to the State Police Retirement System.
§ 29-111This section applies to the State Police Retirement System.
§ 29-112If the Board of Trustees approves an application for disability...
§ 29-113Subject to subsection (b) of this section, a disability retiree...
§ 29-114A member entitled to an accidental disability retirement allowance...
§ 29-115This section applies only to a disability retiree who is not eligible...
§ 29-116This section does not apply to a retiree who is:
§ 29-117A disability retiree who is rehired by a participating employer...
§ 29-118Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, this section applies...
§ 29-201This subtitle does not apply to the Judges’ Retirement System.
§ 29-202When the Board of Trustees receives proof of death of an individual...
§ 29-203This subsection applies only to an individual who dies while employed...
§ 29-204This subsection applies only to an individual who dies while employed...
§ 29-204.1This section applies only to an individual who dies while employed...
§ 29-204.2This section applies only to an individual who is killed while a...
§ 29-205This section applies to the surviving spouse of an individual who...
§ 29-206This section applies to the surviving spouse of an individual who...
§ 29-207If a former member who is eligible for a vested allowance dies before...
§ 29-301This subtitle does not apply to the Judges’ Retirement System.
§ 29-302This section applies only to members of:
§ 29-302.1This section applies only to an individual who:
§ 29-303This section applies only to members of:
§ 29-303.1This section applies only to an individual who:
§ 29-304An individual who is a secretary of a principal department or a...
§ 29-305In this section, "constitutional officer" means:
§ 29-401In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 29-404Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this Part...
§ 29-405Each fiscal year, the Board of Trustees shall adjust each allowance...
§ 29-406Subject to subsection (c) of this section, the cost-of-living adjustment...
§ 29-407The total allowance payable in any fiscal year shall be the sum...
§ 29-410This Part III applies only to an allowance received by:
§ 29-411Each fiscal year, the Board of Trustees shall adjust each allowance...
§ 29-412Subject to § 29-413 of this subtitle, each fiscal year, the Board...
§ 29-413A retiree may not receive less than the benefits to which the retiree...
§ 29-416This Part IV applies only to an allowance received by:
§ 29-417Each fiscal year, the Board of Trustees shall adjust each allowance...
§ 29-418Each fiscal year, the Board of Trustees shall adjust an allowance...
§ 29-421This section applies to an allowance of:
§ 29-422In this section, "effective date of selection" means the date that...
§ 29-425This Part VI of this subtitle applies:
§ 29-426Each fiscal year, the Board of Trustees shall adjust each allowance...
§ 29-427Each fiscal year, the Board of Trustees shall adjust an allowance...
§ 29-501This subtitle does not apply to the Judges’ Retirement System.
§ 29-502The Board of Trustees shall pay a member or former member the amount...
§ 30-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 30-201There is an optional retirement program in which eligible employees...
§ 30-202The Board of Trustees may designate not more than four companies,...
§ 30-203The Board of Trustees shall adopt regulations that are necessary...
§ 30-204The Board of Trustees is not responsible for:
§ 30-205Under the program, the State and the participating employees shall...
§ 30-206Annuity contracts purchased under the program shall be issued to...
§ 30-207Benefits under the program:
§ 30-208Every 3 years the Board of Trustees shall review the performance,...
§ 30-209There is an expense fund for the program to which shall be credited...
§ 30-210With respect to a participating employee who is employed by an employing...
§ 30-210.1In this section, "covered individual" means an employee of an employing...
§ 30-211Before enrolling a participating employee, each designated company...
§ 30-212A designated company or a company authorized to provide supplemental...
§ 30-301An individual is eligible to participate in the program if the individual...
§ 30-302An election to participate in the program shall be made by an eligible...
§ 30-303An eligible employee shall elect to:
§ 30-304Unless an eligible employee transferred to a pension system on or...
§ 30-305This section applies only to a State employee who becomes eligible...
§ 30-306An election of the program by an eligible employee is only effective...
§ 30-307Except as otherwise provided in this section, an election to participate...
§ 30-401An employing institution may:
§ 31-101In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 31-102Subject to § 22-202(b) of this article, the governmental units that...
§ 31-103A legislative body may not designate more than one community action...
§ 31-104The only employees of the Baltimore Metropolitan Council who are...
§ 31-105The only employees of the Canal Place Preservation and Development...
§ 31-106The only employees of the Maryland Stadium Authority who are eligible...
§ 31-106.1The only employees of the Maryland African American Museum Corporation...
§ 31-107The only employees of the University of Maryland Medical System...
§ 31-108An employee of Worcester County is not eligible to participate in...
§ 31-109Except as provided in § 31-110 of this subtitle, an employee of...
§ 31-109.1The effective date of participation for an eligible governmental...
§ 31-110An employee who is a member of the Employees’ Retirement System...
§ 31-111Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section and §§ 31–111.1,...
§ 31-111.1A supportive service employee of the Board of Education of Kent...
§ 31-111.2An employee of the Town of Oakland who was an employee on June 30,...
§ 31-111.3An individual who is an employee of the City of Frostburg on the...
§ 31-111.4An individual who elects membership in the Employees’ Pension System...
§ 31-111.5An individual who is an employee of the Town of Sykesville on the...
§ 31-111.6An individual who is an employee of the Town of University Park...
§ 31-112Subject to subsection (b) of this section, an employee of a participating...
§ 31-113Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the operation...
§ 31-114The chief fiscal officer of each participating governmental unit...
§ 31-115A participating governmental unit may establish, by law, a separate...
§ 31-116On or before December 31, 2002, a participating governmental unit...
§ 31-116.1On or before June 30, 2007, a participating governmental unit may...
§ 31-201In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 31-202On or before December 31, 2004, and subject to § 31-203 of this...
§ 31-203If at least 60% of the law enforcement officers of an eligible governmental...
§ 31-204If a law enforcement officer or fire fighter joins the Local Fire...
§ 31-205If an eligible governmental unit approves participation in the Local...
§ 31-2A-01In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 31-2A-02Subject to § 31-2A-03 of this subtitle, the governmental units that...
§ 31-2A-03If at least 60% of the law enforcement officers of an eligible governmental...
§ 31-2A-03.1The effective date of participation for an eligible governmental...
§ 31-2A-04If a law enforcement officer, firefighter, or paramedic joins the...
§ 31-2A-05If an eligible governmental unit approves participation in the Law...
§ 31-2B-01In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 31-2B-02Subject to § 31-2B-03 of this subtitle, the governmental units that...
§ 31-2B-03If at least 60% of the local detention center officers of an eligible...
§ 31-2B-04If a local detention center officer joins the Correctional Officers’...
§ 31-2B-05If an eligible governmental unit approves participation in the Correctional...
§ 31-301In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 31-302The legislative body of a participating governmental unit may withdraw...
§ 31-303A withdrawal and transfer under § 31-302 of this subtitle takes...
§ 31-304If a participating governmental unit withdraws from the employees’...
§ 31-305As of the effective date of withdrawal of a participating governmental...
§ 31-306A participating governmental unit shall pay all administrative costs...
§ 32-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 32-201There is an Optional Defined Contribution System.
§ 32-202The Supplemental Board shall administer the Optional Defined Contribution...
§ 32-203Except for the State supplemental plans that are authorized by employing...
§ 32-204The participating employee contributions shall be made as payrolls...
§ 32-205For each participating employee who makes contributions under §...
§ 32-205.1Employees of the Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority who...
§ 32-206The Governor shall include in the annual State budget bill an appropriation...
§ 32-207A State supplemental plan that is authorized for eligible employees...
§ 32-208An eligible employee, as defined in § 32–101(b) of this title, of...
§ 34-101There is a Postretirement Health Benefits Trust Fund.
§ 34-201IN EFFECT
§ 35-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 35-102The supplemental retirement plans are in addition to any other retirement,...
§ 35-201There is a Board of Trustees of the Maryland Teachers and State...
§ 35-202The Board consists of nine members appointed by the Governor.
§ 35-203The Governor shall appoint a chairman from among the members of...
§ 35-204The Board shall meet at least quarterly at the times and places...
§ 35-205The Board shall:
§ 35-301In this section, "fiduciary" means a person with discretionary authority...
§ 35-302Assets of the supplemental retirement plans may be deposited and...
§ 35-401There is a tax sheltered annuity plan for eligible participants...
§ 35-402An individual is eligible to participate in the tax sheltered annuity...
§ 35-403Subject to the conditions that the Board may set and in accordance...
§ 35-404This section does not prohibit a county board of education from...
§ 35-501There is a salary reduction savings plan for eligible participants...
§ 35-502An individual is eligible to participate in the salary reduction...
§ 35-601There is a deferred compensation plan for eligible participants...
§ 35-602An individual is eligible to participate in the deferred compensation...
§ 35-701There is a Defined Contribution Plan for eligible participants as...
§ 35-702An individual is eligible to participate in the Defined Contribution...
§ 36-101It is the policy of this State that the benefits available under...
§ 36-102As authorized by former Article 89, §§ 30 through 40 of the Code...
§ 37-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 37-201Subject to subsection (b) of this section, this title applies to...
§ 37-202A member of a State or local retirement or pension system may transfer...
§ 37-203This section does not apply to a transfer of service credit to or...
§ 37-203.1An individual may transfer service credit from a contributory system...
§ 37-203.2This subsection applies to an individual who:
§ 37-204If a member of a State or local retirement or pension system transfers...
§ 37-205If a member of a State or local retirement or pension system transfers...
§ 37-206If a member of a State or local retirement or pension system who...
§ 38-101In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 38-102Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, during...
§ 38-103This section applies only to a member of a State or local retirement...
§ 38-104This section applies to an individual who is:
§ 38-105A governmental unit authorized to administer a State or local retirement...
§ 38-201This section applies only to individuals who are members of the...
§ 39-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 39-102A county may not create a special retirement or pension system that...
§ 39-103If a county has created a special retirement or pension system that...
§ 39-104If a special retirement or pension system is terminated, the governing...
§ 40-101In this section, "local jurisdiction" means any county or municipal...

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Questions & Answers: Government Employees

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Maryland Laws: Government Employees

Maryland Code > State Personnel and Pensions
Maryland Code > Sundry Officers

U.S. Code Provisions: Government Employees

U.S. Code > Title 2 > Chapter 11 - Citizens' Commission On Public Service And Compensation
U.S. Code > Title 2 > Chapter 23 - Government Employee Rights
U.S. Code > Title 5 - Government Organization And Employees
U.S. Code > Title 39 > Part II - Personnel

Federal Regulations: Government Employees

U.S. Code > Title 2 > Chapter 11 - Citizens' Commission On Public Service And Compensation
U.S. Code > Title 2 > Chapter 23 - Government Employee Rights
U.S. Code > Title 5 - Government Organization And Employees
U.S. Code > Title 39 > Part II - Personnel
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