Law library, state: assistant librarian, clerical and expert assistants.
Legislative audit bureau: legislative auditors, assistants and clerical employes.
Legislative council staff: clerical and expert assistants.
Legislative fiscal bureau: assistants, analysts and clerical employes.
Legislature: policy research personnel, assistants to legislators, research staff assigned to legislative committees and party caucuses and other persons employed under s. 13.20
Lower Wisconsin state riverway board: staff employes.
Supreme court: assistants, clerks and employes.
Tourism, department of; Kickapoo reserve management board: executive secretary and staff.
University of Wisconsin system: deans, principals, professors, instructors, research assistants, librarians and other teachers, as defined in s. 40.02 (55)
Veterans affairs, department of: superintendent of Wisconsin veterans museum.
Wisconsin sesquicentennial commission; staff.
Salaries for deputies appointed pursuant to ss. 13.94 (3) (b)
, 15.04 (2)
and 551.51 (1)
shall be set by the appointing authority. The salary shall not exceed the maximum of the salary range one range below the salary range of the executive salary group to which the department or agency head is assigned. The positions of assistant secretary of state, assistant state treasurer and associate director of the historical society shall be treated as unclassified deputies for pay purposes under this subsection.
(9) Executive assistants.
Salaries for executive assistants appointed under ss. 15.05 (3)
and 15.06 (4m)
shall be set by the appointing authority. The salary may not exceed the maximum of the salary range 2 ranges below the salary range of the executive salary group to which the department or agency head is assigned. The position of administrative assistant to the lieutenant governor shall be treated as are executive assistants for pay purposes under this subsection.
(10) Office of the governor staff.
The salary for key professional staff of the office of the governor identified as office of the governor assistants, other than the executive secretary, shall not exceed the maximum of the salary range for executive salary group 3.
(12) Other department of regulation and licensing positions.
The salaries for division administrators and bureau directors appointed under s. 440.04 (6)
shall not exceed the maximum of the salary range for executive salary group 1.
(14) Salary administration.
Except as provided in s. 36.09 (1) (j)
, any adjustment of salary for any incumbent in a position specified in subs. (4)
is governed by the provisions of the compensation plan concerning executive salary groups as adopted by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (b)
An incumbent of a position that has been assigned to an executive salary group of the compensation plan under this section, whose current salary exceeds the maximum of the salary range to which his or her position's group is assigned, shall remain at his or her current rate of pay while he or she remains employed in that position until the maximum of the salary range to which his or her executive salary group is assigned equals or exceeds his or her current rate of pay.
Except for the positions identified in subs. (4) (j)
, the pay of any incumbent whose salary is subject to a limitation under this section may not equal or exceed that amount paid the governor. The pay of any incumbent in the position of president of the university of Wisconsin system, chancellor of the university of Wisconsin-Madison or chancellor of the university of Wisconsin-Milwaukee may not exceed the maximum dollar value of the salary range for the group to which the incumbent's position is assigned.
(16) Overtime and compensatory time exclusion.
The salary paid to any person whose position is included under subs. (2)
is deemed to compensate that person for all work hours. No overtime compensation may be paid, and no compensatory time under s. 103.025
may be provided, to any such person for hours worked in any workweek in excess of the standard basis of employment as specified in s. 230.35 (5) (a)
(17) Psychiatric residents.
The salaries of psychiatric residents employed in an educational training program by the department of health and family services shall be established by the appointing authority. The maximum salary payable to any such employe may not exceed 75% of the minimum salary payable to psychiatrists in the classified service, as specified in the compensation plan adopted under s. 230.12
(18) Prison industries sales positions. 20.923(18)(a)(a)
The department, as defined in s. 230.03 (9)
, shall determine what positions in the classified service are comparable positions to the unclassified positions of 3 sales representatives of prison industries and one sales manager of prison industries who are appointed under s. 303.01 (10)
. For each such unclassified position, the department, as defined in s. 230.03 (9)
, shall determine the minimum salary for each comparable position in the classified service and shall set an amount equal to that minimum salary as the salary for that unclassified position.
In addition to the salary set under par. (a)
, each sales representative of prison industries and each sales manager of prison industries who is appointed in the unclassified service under s. 303.01 (10)
shall be eligible to earn commission compensation in an amount established by the appointing authority as defined in s. 230.03 (4)
. That appointing authority shall establish the amount of commission compensation based on invoiced sales and new customers.
History: 1971 c. 18
; 1971 c. 270
; 1971 c. 307
; 1973 c. 90
; 1975 c. 28
; 1975 c. 39
, 735 (5)
; 1975 Ex. Order No. 24; 1975 c. 189
; 1977 c. 29
, 1654 (8) (e)
, 1656 (43)
; 1977 c. 44
; 1977 c. 187
; 1977 c. 196
; 1977 c. 203
; Sup. Ct. Order, 88 W (2d) xiii (1979); 1979 c. 32
s. 92 (1)
; 1979 c. 34
; 1979 c. 221
, 2202 (13)
; 1979 c. 361
; 1981 c. 20
, 2202 (33) (b)
, (c), (56) (a); 1981 c. 96
; 1981 c. 121
; 1981 c. 390
; 1983 a. 27
; 1985 a. 18
; 1985 a. 29
, 3202 (22) (a)
; 1985 a. 34
; 1987 a. 6
; 1989 a. 31
; 1991 a. 39
; 1993 a. 12
; 1995 a. 27
, 9130 (4)
, 9216 (19)
; 1995 a. 37
Building program execution. 20.924(1)
In supervising and authorizing the implementation of the state building program under the appropriation authority of s. 20.867
, the building commission:
Shall authorize the design and construction of any building, structure or facility costing in excess of $250,000 regardless of funding source, only if that project is enumerated in the authorized state building program.
Shall authorize the acquisition of land, or the repair, remodeling or improvement to any existing building, structure or facility costing in excess of $250,000, regardless of funding source, only if that project is enumerated in the authorized state building program.
Shall exercise considered judgment in supervising the implementation of the state building program, and may authorize limited changes in the project program, and in the project budget if the commission determines that unanticipated program conditions or bidding conditions require the change to effectively and economically construct the project. However, total state funds for major projects under the authorized state building program for each agency shall not be exceeded.
May authorize the application of federal grants or private gift funds or other moneys in addition to or in lieu of the projects and project funds enumerated in the authorized state building program.
May substitute any available source of funding in whole or in part for borrowing authority under s. 20.866 (2) (s)
that is authorized to be used to fund a project enumerated under the authorized state building program.
May authorize advance planning or architectural design of future high priority projects.
Shall not authorize a project enumerated in the authorized state building program if the commission determines that the need for the project has changed, making it superfluous.
In addition to the authorized building program for the historical society, the society may expend any funds which are made available from the appropriations under s. 20.245 (1) (g)
, (2) (a)
, (3) (g)
, (4) (g)
and (5) (a)
The building commission may utilize any funds at its disposal to supplement the otherwise authorized building program for any agency.
See note to art. VIII, sec. 2, citing 61 Atty. Gen. 298.
Salary of temporary successors.
Whenever a temporary vacancy has been found to exist under s. 17.025
and the certificate of temporary incapacity filed in the office of the secretary of state remains in effect, the affected incumbent shall continue to be entitled to receive the incumbent's full salary, and employer-paid fringe benefits, during the period of the temporary vacancy but not beyond the expiration of the incumbent's term. The person selected or qualified under s. 17.025 (4)
to replace the incumbent during the temporary vacancy shall be reimbursed for the actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of duties as temporary successor and shall as compensation for those services be entitled to receive a sum equal to the amount of salary the disabled incumbent receives during the temporary vacancy, but if the person serving as temporary successor is already a salaried officer or employe of this state, the amount payable to the temporary successor, in addition to the temporary successor's regular salary, shall be the difference between the temporary successor's regular salary and the salary of the incumbent in the position in which the temporary vacancy exists. Nothing in this section shall authorize a reduction in the salary of a state officer or employe appointed to fill a temporary vacancy.
History: 1991 a. 316
Subsidy of abortions prohibited. 20.927(1)
Except as provided under subs. (2)
, no funds of this state or of any county, city, village or town or of any subdivision or agency of this state or of any county, city, village or town and no federal funds passing through the state treasury shall be authorized for or paid to a physician or surgeon or a hospital, clinic or other medical facility for the performance of an abortion.
This section does not apply to the performance by a physician of an abortion which is directly and medically necessary to save the life of the woman or in a case of sexual assault or incest, provided that prior thereto the physician signs a certification which so states, and provided that, in the case of sexual assault or incest the crime has been reported to the law enforcement authorities. The certification shall be affixed to the claim form or invoice when submitted to any agency or fiscal intermediary of the state for payment, and shall specify and attest to the direct medical necessity of such abortion upon the best clinical judgment of the physician or attest to his or her belief that sexual assault or incest has occurred.
This section does not apply to the performance by a physician of an abortion if, due to a medical condition existing prior to the abortion, the physician determines that the abortion is directly and medically necessary to prevent grave, long-lasting physical health damage to the woman, provided that prior thereto the physician signs a certification which so states. The certification shall be affixed to the claim form or invoice when submitted to any agency or fiscal intermediary of the state for payment, and shall specify and attest to the direct medical necessity of such abortion upon the best clinical judgment of the physician.
This section does not apply to the authorization or payment of funds to a physician or surgeon or a hospital, clinic or medical facility for or in connection with the prescription of a drug or the insertion of a device to prevent the implantation of the fertilized ovum.
In this section, "abortion" means the intentional destruction of the life of an unborn child, and "unborn child" means a human being from the time of conception until it is born alive.
History: 1977 c. 245
This section's restrictions on state funds does not apply to Public Employe Trust Fund monies used to fund state employe insurance plans. OAG 1-95
Supplementation procedure for compensation and fringe benefits. 20.928(1)(1)
Each state agency head shall certify to the department of administration, at such time and in such manner as the secretary of administration prescribes, the sum of money needed by the state agency from the appropriations under s. 20.865 (1) (c)
. Upon receipt of the certifications together with such additional information as the secretary of administration prescribes, the secretary shall determine the amounts required from the respective appropriations to supplement state agency budgets.
Any state agency head who is aggrieved by the determination of the secretary of administration under this section may appeal the determination to the governor, who may set aside or modify the determination.
After each determination is made, the secretary of administration shall forward the determination to the joint committee on finance. If the cochairpersons of the committee do not notify the secretary that the committee has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of reviewing the determination within 14 working days after the date of the secretary's submittal, the secretary may supplement appropriations of state agencies in accordance with the determination. If, within 14 working days after the date of the secretary's submittal, the cochairpersons of the committee notify the secretary that the committee has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of reviewing the determination, no supplement may be made without the approval of the committee.
All compensation adjustments for state employes approved by the legislature shall take effect and be earned at the beginning of the pay period closest to July 1 or the date prescribed by law or by the appropriate authority. In the odd-numbered years, payments for such adjustments, including payments under collective bargaining agreements, may not be made prior to enactment of the biennial budget bill.
If insufficient moneys are available from the appropriation under s. 20.865 (1) (cj)
to fund the costs of pay and related adjustments for employes of the university of Wisconsin system that are payable from that appropriation in any fiscal year, the secretary of administration shall prorate payments made on behalf of each employe in the proportion that the moneys available bears to the total amount payable to all employes.
Agency drafts or warrants.
The secretary of administration may authorize any state agency to issue drafts or warrants drawn on the state treasury. Such drafts or warrants may be issued only in connection with purchase orders authorized under subch. IV of ch. 16
and may not exceed $300 per draft or warrant. The state treasurer shall pay such drafts or warrants as presented. The secretary of administration shall audit the purchase orders issued. Any purchase order that is disapproved by the secretary as unlawful or unauthorized shall be returned by the secretary to the state agency for reimbursement to the state treasurer. The secretary shall make written regulations for the implementation of this section. The secretary may require any state agency to utilize one or more separate depository accounts to implement this section. The illegal or unauthorized use of purchase orders and drafts or warrants under this section is subject to the remedies specified in s. 16.77
History: 1983 a. 27
; 1983 a. 368
; 1983 a. 538
No state agency in the executive branch may employ any attorney until such employment has been approved by the governor.
History: 1979 c. 221
; 1989 a. 119
; Stats. 1989 s. 20.930; 1993 a. 490
This section applies to principal administrative unit and whatever agencies assist that unit in administration and governance of the unit. Kaye v. Board of Regents, 158 W (2d) 664, 463 NW (2d) 398 (Ct. App. 1990).