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New York State Senate
Description
Bi-Weekly report of monies disbursed to Senate employees. The report is issued by the Secretary of the Senate and is available as both a .csv file and it's original PDF format. The Report includes fields for the employee name, the employing office, city of employment, the employee title, the employee biweekly or hourly rate (whichever applies), the employee payroll type (see below), the pay period, the pay period's beginning and end date, the check date and the employing legislative entity.
Category
Government
Tags
payroll, new york, ny, senate
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New York State Senate Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
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http://www.nysenate.gov/copyright-policy
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Field Names:

EMPLOYEE_NAME
employee_name
OFFICE
office
EMPLOYEE_TITLE
employee_title
BIWEEKLY/HOURLY_RATE
biweekly_hourly_rate
PAYROLL_TYPE
payroll_type
PAY_PERIOD
pay_period
PAY_PERIOD_BEGIN_DATE
pay_period_begin_date
PAY_PERIOD_END_DATE
pay_period_end_date
CHECK_DATE
check_date
LEGISLATIVE_ENTITY
legislative_entity
Location 1
location_1

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