(7) Gainsharing incentives in the Department of Public Works;
(8) Suggestion or invention awards;
(9) Quality steps;
(10) Salary incentives negotiated through collective bargaining; or
(11) Any other award or bonus required by an existing contract or collective bargaining
agreement that was entered into before October 6, 2016.
(b) Notwithstanding the prohibition in § 1-551.02(a) or any other provision of law, no restrictions on the use of funds to support the
categories of special awards pay (comptroller subcategory 0137) or bonus pay (comptroller
subcategory 0138) shall apply to employees of the District of Columbia Public Schools
who are based at a local school or who provide services directly to individual students.
(c) Notwithstanding the prohibition in § 1-551.02(a) or any other provision of law, the Office of the Attorney General shall pay employees
of the Office of the Attorney General all performance allowance payments to which
they are entitled or may become entitled under any approved compensation agreement
negotiated between and executed by the Mayor and Compensation Unit 33 of the American
Federation of Government Employees, Local 1403, AFL-CIO for the period from October
1, 2013, through September 30, 2017. These payments are necessary to satisfy the requirements of § 1-608.57, which requires the Attorney General's performance-management system to link pay
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