Rhode Island General Laws Title 36. Public Officers and Employees

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  • Chapter 1. Appointment, Qualification, and Tenure of Officers
  • Chapter 2. Power of Officers to Administer Oaths
  • Chapter 3. Division of Personnel Administration
  • Chapter 3.1. Alternative Work Schedules
  • Chapter 4. Merit System
  • Chapter 5. Military Service and Veterans
  • Chapter 6. Salaries and Traveling Expenses
  • Chapter 7. Federal Old-Age and Survivors' Insurance
  • Chapter 8. Retirement System--Administration
  • Chapter 9. Retirement System--Membership and Service Credits
  • Chapter 9.1. Restricting Membership in Retirement System to Teachers and State Employees
  • Chapter 10. Retirement System--Contributions and Benefits
  • Chapter 10.1. Rhode Island Public Employee Pension Revocation and Reduction Act
  • Chapter 10.2. Pension Protection Act
  • Chapter 10.3. Defined Contribution Retirement Plan
  • Chapter 11. Organization of State Employees
  • Chapter 12. Insurance Benefits
  • Chapter 12.1. Retiree Health Care Trust Fund
  • Chapter 12.2. Medicare Enrollment
  • Chapter 13. Deferred Compensation Plans
  • Chapter 14. Code of Ethics
  • Chapter 14.1. State Vendors Providing Goods or Services to Public Officials
  • Chapter 16. Termination of Employment Contracts
  • Chapter 16.1. State Contractors with Private Employers Providing Service Personnel
  • Chapter 16.2. Quasi Public Corporations--Longevity

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