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U.S. CAPITOL POLICE EXPLANATION OF CHANGE

PISCAL YEAR 1995
TO ACCOMPANY SCHEDULE C SENATE

I.

ADJUSTMENTS TO BASE

A. Mandatory Pay and Related Costs

$2,787,000

1. Retirement System & Health Benefits $801,000

This represents agency contributions, estimated at approximately 27%. This is an increase of 1% over FY 94, and is due to the increased number of personnel covered under FERS and the increase in cost for health benefits.

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2. Projected FY 95 COLA $528,000

Projected COLA is 2.6% or 1.95% for 9 month (Jan 95
Sept 95).

3. Administrative Increases $254,000

The Capitol Police salary schedule includes longevity step increases of approximately $800 for each step. Longevity increases are awarded to employees each year for the first ten years, and every other year thereafter, until they reach 17 years of service. Civilian employees receive longevity increases according to the House Employee Pay Schedule. The cost associated with rank adjustments are for salary increases given for PFC (30 months satisfactory service) and the salary increases given for Private with Training (successful completion of recruit training). Also, longevities associated with the Civilian Pay Schedule.

4. Full Funding $106,000

Funds necessary to fill the vacancies carried during
FY 94 due to insufficient funding. These vacancies are
in addition to the positions eliminated by PL 103-69.

5. Locality Increase -- $1,098,000

Increase requested to provide usce personnel with a geographical increase comparable to what other area

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1. Overtime $250,000

This increase is requested to cover the increased hourly rate of earning, programmed administrative changes (fourhour rule) in the payment of overtime, and to fully fund the actual cost of overtime expenses. The Capitol Police have been underfunded for overtime cost for the past several years.

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New Positions (5) $194,000
Increase is due to new post requirements for
Congressional Page Resident Center located at 4th and
Massachusetts Avenue which is scheduled to open in
1994.

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FY 1995 Budget Request

Budget Base, 1994

Proposed Changes for FY 1995

Mandatory Pay and Related Costs

Price Level Changes

Program Type Changes
Legislation

Workload

U.S. CAPITOL POLICE

Summary of Agency Request
FY 1995 Budget Request

Calculation of Base
Staff

699

-28*

671

5

5

11/01/93

676

Amount

($000)

32,802

32,802

2,787

250

0

0

194

3,231

36,033**

⭑ Personnel Reduction mandated by PL 103-69

** Includes overtime currently estimated at approximately $1,000,000 and employee benefits at approximately $7,448,000

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Assistant Chief..

1
1

1 Deputy Chief.

1
1

1 Inspector.

5
5

5 Captain...

7.
7

7 Lieutenant.

17
17

17 Sergeant/Special Tech

68

68 Detective. 35

34 Technician/K-9.

28 Officer...

421
412

424 Non-Sworn Personnel.

91
91

91 Average Position Cost 47,877

49,400

53,303 Positions Funded

682
664

676 Positions Authorized

676 Includes overtime currently estimated at $1,00,000 and employee benefits at $7,448,000

699 671

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