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California Code, Government Code - GOV § 20284

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When any person who is an employee of the state within the meaning of Section 20028 is assigned to the performance of work for which his or her compensation is paid, pursuant to statute or duly authorized contract entered into by the state or the state agency by which the person is employed, out of funds not directly controlled by the state, that person shall continue to be an “employee” of the state for the purposes of this part during the time he or she is assigned to the performance of that work, and the service rendered by him or her during that assignment shall be “state service,” notwithstanding Sections 20028 and 20069 relating to payment of compensation.

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