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State Civil ServiceAnnual ReportFISCAL YEAR 2020-2021Byron P. Decoteau, Jr., DirectorLouisiana State Civil Service

Table of ContentsPage 1Letter from the Director2About our Agency4SCS Agency Values4SCS Commission5Department Goals6Organizational Structure7SCS Notable Accomplishments8Workforce DemographicsEmployee Count: Classified vs. Unclassified 9Gender Headcount 10Race Headcount 10Generation Headcount 10Employee Headcount by Employee Group 11Employee Headcount by Agency Type 129Department Headcount13Department Full Time Equivalents14Classified Service StatisticsClassified Employees by Occupational Group15Classified Employees by EEO-4 Category 15Salary Distribution of Full-Time ClassifiedEmployees 16Length of Service – Classified Employees 16Number of Classified Employees by PaySchedule 1715Workforce TrendsFTE Employment Levels 18Average Annual Pay Rate 1918Classified Employee Turnover20Fiscal Year Reports21Contact Information23State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Letter from the DirectorI am pleased to present the Louisiana State Civil Service Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Annual Report. This reportincludes a snapshot of Louisiana’s state government workforce as of June 30, 2021. The goals and missionof State Civil Service are detailed in this report, along with a number of workforce demographics, trendsand statistics. The state’s workforce is made up of two groups of employees: classified and unclassified.Under the direction of the State Civil Service Commission, our Department has constitutional authorityover classified employees. To learn more about classified vs. unclassified employees, readers should referto Article X of the State’s Constitution.In addition to our continued efforts to provide strategic workforce solutions to state agencies we haveshifted our focus from efforts to provide rules and guidance on leave related to COVID-19 to providingclarity and consistency in teleworking practices throughout state government. SCS is partnering with theDivision of Administration to take the lead in developing rules, policies, and guidelines outlining bestpractices for agencies wishing to maintain some form of telework into the future. At SCS, we recognizethe strategic recruiting advantages telework offers in today’s workforce and in the workforce of thefuture.Throughout this pandemic, I am pleased and proud to say staff continues to fulfill the mission of SCS.Embedded in our agency values is a focus on integrity, customer commitment, innovation, andaccountability. Our primary mission is built on the foundation of superior customer service. The staff ofSCS strives to understand and anticipate our customer’s needs and constantly focus on deliveringproducts and services of the highest quality in a timely manner.SCS staff members are very active in various professional organizations such as International PublicManagement Association (IPMA-HR), National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE),Association for Talent Development (ATD), Greater Baton Rouge Society of Human Resources Association,National Compensation Association of State Governments, and World at Work. Participation in suchorganizations helps agency staff to keep abreast of advancements in the field of Human ResourcesManagement as well as future challenges. NASPE is a non-profit organization, whose purpose it is toenhance communication and the exchange of information among state personnel executives. I had theprivilege of serving as President of NASPE in fiscal years 18-19 and 19-20.Additionally, on behalf of the State Civil Service Commission and the Department of State Civil Service, Iwould like to take the opportunity to extend our sincerest gratitude to all state employees. We alwayswelcome any opportunity to spotlight the contributions state employees make in the workplace and inour communities.At State Civil Service, we recognize the value of our state employees (both classified and unclassified) andwe will continue to strive to provide innovative and efficient human resources programs that enables ourstate agencies to build and retain qualified staff that will work toward providing services to our citizensand attracting new business to Louisiana. State employees are responsible for bringing to life the visionof Louisiana. As a leader in state government and a citizen myself, I am thankful for their service.Page 2State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

I would also like to thank the State Civil Service Commission for their continued dedication and supportto our Department and the classified workforce. The Commission remains committed to supporting theDepartment’s initiatives to work closely with state agencies to provide a fast, effective, low-cost humanresources system that ensures quality results and accountability to the public interest. Please take amoment to review our annual report and visit our website at www.civilservice.la.gov to learn more aboutour department. To learn more about Louisiana State government visit www.louisiana.gov.Byron P. Decoteau, Jr.State Civil Service DirectorNovember 3, 2021Page 3State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

About our AgencyABOUT OUR AGENCYState Civil Service is the central human resources agency for the state of Louisiana. We promote theunderstanding that the most critical factor in determining the success of Louisiana state government isits workforce. Our chief responsibility is to ensure the state is equipped with innovative workforcesolutions designed to meet the unique needs of each state agency’s mission.As both a regulatory and consultative agency, we provide systems and services that will enable stateagencies to make merit-based, quality decisions regarding the hiring, development and retention ofskilled and capable individuals.Our policies are guided by the provisions of Article X of the Louisiana State Constitution and areimplemented in a manner, which is both efficient as possible and cost effective to the citizens of Louisiana.Such policies are founded upon the principles of equal pay for equal work, equal opportunity, abilitybased employment and promotion, and freedom from political influence.Our vision at State Civil Service is to set the standard of excellence in providing strategic state governmentworkforce solutions.SCS AGENCY VALUESINTEGRITYWe believe that there is nothing more important than our reputation. Integrity is at the core of everythingwe do. We are honest and ethical because trust is key to the relationships with our stakeholders.CUSTOMER COMMITMENTWe acknowledge every stakeholder as a customer. We are committed to anticipating their needs andproactively defining solutions.INNOVATIONWe believe in building a strong workforce. We embrace the discovery of what is possible and shapeopportunities that enable action, even if it involves risk and failure.ACCOUNTABILITYWe take responsibility for our actions as individuals, as team members and as an organization. We worktogether, support one another and never let the customers or our co-workers down.Page 4State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

SCS CommissionThe State Civil Service Commission is a seven-member body that has final authority over theadministration of the State Civil Service system. The Commission serves as an impartial review board thatenacts and adjudicates State Civil Service Rules to regulate state personnel activities, and hears appealsfrom classified state employees and agencies. Commission meetings and hearings are held monthly andare open to the public. Six of the Commission members are appointed by the governor; the seventh is anemployee representative elected by fellow state employees. Each member serves a six-year term. Whenchoosing an appointed member, the Governor must select from a list of three people nominated by thepresident of one of the state’s major private universities. Current members of the Commission are listedbelow.To contact Commission members, call the Department of State Civil Service at (225) 342-8272 or reachthem via email at [email protected] CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION MEMBERS FOR FY 2020-2021NameNominated ByTermExpiresCongressionalDistrictDavid L. Duplantier, ChairmanLoyola University12/10/20241stD. Scott Hughes, Vice-ChairmanCentenary College12/10/20224thJohn McLureLouisiana College12/10/20245thKristi FolseEmployeeRepresentative05/01/20235thG. Lee GriffinTulane University12/10/20226thRonald M. Carrere Jr.Xavier University12/10/20222ndJo Ann NixonDillard University12/10/20263rdPage 5State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Department GoalsProvide effective Human Resources (HR) leadership driven by policiesthat effect transparent and accountable HR practices; resulting inemployers having the key tools and skills needed to ensure thatemployees are empowered and equipped to accomplish theorganization’s desired outcomes and goals.Provide a prompt, inexpensive system for resolving removal, discipline,rule violation, and discrimination cases that satisfies due processrequirements.Utilize technology to improve the productivity and effectiveness of StateCivil Service and its user agencies.Provide workforce development services and an objective evaluation ofthe human resource practices used by state agencies to manage theirclassified workforce. [Louisiana Constitution, Article X]Administer the classification and compensation systems by developingand implementing flexible job evaluation and pay policies and practicesthat can be adapted to meet agencies’ unique requirements.Create and administer programs, rules, assistance procedures andtraining that promote, encourage, and enhance effectiveness,efficiency, and accountability in state agencies and their employees.Provide processes and policies that enable state agency managers tofill vacant positions with highly qualified applicants in a timely fashionand in accordance with legal and professional standards.Page 6State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Organizational StructureThe Department of State Civil Service is comprised of the following major divisions.AdministrationIncludes the Director’s Office, public information, and management and finance. Provides fiscal,budgeting and personnel services for the Department, and through a shared services agreement, thedivision also performs these functions for three other state agencies, the Division of Administrative Law,the Ethics Administration and Municipal Fire and Police. In addition, personnel services are provided forthe Board of Tax Appeals.AppealsServes as the clerk of court for the State Civil Service Commission by receiving employee appeals ofdisciplinary actions or allegations of discrimination, scheduling hearings, issuing subpoenas, andcompiling the record if judicial review is sought. The Appeals Division staff attorneys also hear and decidecases for the Commission.Compliance and AuditProvides an objective evaluation of the human resource practices used by state agencies to manage theclassified work force. It assesses the effectiveness of those practices and the overall adherence to meritprinciples and compliance with Civil Service Rules.Management Information ServicesIs comprised of two separate but related teams – the Applications & Data Management Division andInformation Technology. Apps & Data Management oversees the collection, analysis, and reporting ofdata in regards to the State’s workforce; the development and support of applications that serve theDepartment, Human Resources offices statewide and the public; and the storage of the Department’srecords and reports. The Information Technology team provides computer support services and isresponsible for all components of our technical infrastructure.OperationsConsists of teams of state civil service professionals (PODS) that integrate all workforce functions (e.g.classification, pay, staffing, compensation, employee relations, etc.) into a combined single unit to addressworkforce needs. Each POD is headed by an Agency Relationship Manager (ARM), whose mission is tobuild and maintain relationships with our key stakeholders: human resources directors and agencyleaders. ARMs administer tailored consultation to state agencies through the supervision of PODS.Talent DevelopmentManages the Comprehensive Public Training Program, which provides multimodal training andperformance support for all classified employees. Serves as human performance improvementconsultants for state agencies. Provides organizational and workforce development services for stateagencies, including competency analysis, employee selection and development activities and workforceplanning assistance.Testing and Recruiting CenterProvides a process whereby applicants for classified positions are evaluated through a validated,objective, and merit-based written examination and given scores that will assist state agencies in makingeffective hiring decisions.Page 7State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

SCS Notable AccomplishmentsPRESS RELEASE 2.3.21Jo Ann Nixon reappointed to the State Civil Service CommissionPRESS RELEASE 12.11.20SCS Announces New Employee Representative on the State Civil Service CommissionGENERAL CIRCULAR 2021-023Implementation of New Protective Services Exam (PSE)GENERAL CIRCULAR 2021-017State Employee Recognition Week 2021GENERAL CIRCULAR 2021-009Values Diversity – Newest Statewide CompetencyGENERAL CIRCULAR 2020-058Cybersecurity Awareness Training Course Now AvailableGENERAL CIRCULAR 2020-056State Employee Recognition Week 2020GENERAL CIRCULAR 2020-044State Civil Service Announces Virtual CPTP Course OptionsPage 8State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Workforce DemographicsSTATEWIDE EMPLOYEE COUNT: CLASSIFIED vs. UNCLASSIFIEDThe chart below depicts the headcount and full-time equivalence (FTE) of classified employees vs.unclassified employees in Louisiana’s state government workforce. A classified employee provides services to and for the State or any of its instrumentalities. Unclassified employees are specifically named in Article X of the Constitution and include, butare not limited to: elected officials, gubernatorial appointees, teaching and professional staff atuniversities, and members of the military.State Civil Service has governing authority over classified employees nclassifiedHeadcountHeadcount:FTE:Page 9FTERepresents the actual number of employees.Represents the full time or part time assignment of employees. The FTE is .50 foran employee hired to work 20 hours per week. An agency with two employees(headcount) working each 20 hours per week 1 FTE.State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Workforce DemographicsThe following information reflects the demographics of the 69,906 employees of Louisiana stategovernment at the end of Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Data includes both classified and unclassified employees.Statewide Gender HeadcountGenderCountFemale40,402Male29,322Declined To State182Male41.9%Female57.8%*Declined toState 0.30%Statewide Race HeadcountRaceCountAmerican Indian or Alaskan Native*Asian3.4%Declinedto State5.8%299Asian2,369Black or African American23,762Multi-Racial*Native Hawaiian*WhiteDeclined To State2723039,0914,083White55.9%*Groups notshown are 1% eachGeneration Z4.2%Statewide Generation HeadcountGenerationTraditional Workers (born before 1946)Baby Boomers (1946-1964)Generation X (1965-1980)Millennials (1981-1996)Generation Z (born after 1996)Declined To StateCount75917,14026,99322,0122,96042Black .1%BabyBoomers24.5%Generation X38.6%*Declined to State- 1%Page 10State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Workforce DemographicsStatewide Employee Headcount by Employee GroupIncludes Classified and Unclassified EmployeesPer Diem1%WAE6.8%Part-Time7.8%Employee Group CountFull-Time84.4%Full-TimePart-TimePer DiemWAE59,0315,4436814,751Employee group is determined by an employee’s full time equivalency (FTE) percent. A fulltime employee has a 100% FTE percent while a part-time employee will have less than 100%FTE on a regular basis. A Per Diem designation is assigned to an employee paid by a dailystipend. A WAE (While Actually Employed) designation is given when an employee’s positioninvolves duties considered seasonal, temporary or intermittent.46Page 11Averageage ofClassifiedEmployee46Averageage ofUnclassifiedEmployeeState Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Workforce DemographicsStatewide Employee Headcount by Agency TypeIncludes Classified and Unclassified 0Units of Local Government Higher Education & HealthCareClassifiedExecutive BranchDepartmentsUnclassifiedAt the close of Fiscal Year 2020-2021, Louisiana state government employed 69,906 employees.This workforce consisted of 38,548 classified employees and 31,358 unclassified employees.Employees are categorized by agency in which they are employed. The graph above and thechart below depict the number of employees by agency type: Executive Branch Departments,Higher Education1 and Health Care2 and Units Local of Government3.Agency TypeExecutive Branch Departments1.2.3.Classified UnclassifiedHeadcount Headcount32,4985,156Higher Education & Health Care 4,82525,423Units of Local Government7791,225Higher Education: includes Universities, Community Colleges, Technical Colleges, and Health Care Services.Health Care Services: includes Medical Centers and the Louisiana State University Health Services Division.Units of Local Government: includes employees of local governments who are subject to State Civil Service Rules.Page 12State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Department HeadcountsThe following table represents the headcount (classified and unclassified) by Department at the close ofFY 20-21. Headcount is considered the number of actual employees.CategoryDepartment or Agency TypeExecutive BranchLouisiana Department of Health8,179Executive BranchDepartment of Public Safety & Corrections – CorrectionsServices4,571Executive BranchDepartment of Transportation & Development4,277Executive BranchExecutive Department (including DOA, Gov's Office, Nat'lGuard, GOHSEP, OCPR, OGB, OFI, etc.)4,101Executive BranchDepartment of Children & Family Services3,591Executive BranchDepartment of Public Safety & Corrections – Public SafetyServices2,687Executive BranchDepartment of Education1260Executive BranchDepartment of Culture, Recreation & Tourism983Executive BranchLouisiana Workforce Commission980Executive BranchDepartment of State (includes Registrars of Voters)800Executive BranchDepartment of Wildlife & Fisheries779Executive BranchDepartment of Veterans' Affairs778Executive BranchDepartment of Public Safety & Corrections – Office of JuvenileJustice732Executive BranchDepartment of Environmental Quality708Executive BranchDepartment of Revenue706Executive BranchDepartment of Agriculture601Executive BranchDepartment of Justice552Executive BranchRetirement Systems(LASERS, Teachers, School Employees, StatePolice)323Executive BranchDepartment of Natural Resources293Executive BranchCivil Service Agencies; SCS, Ethics, Division of AdministrativeLaw, Municipal Fire & Police236Executive BranchDepartment of Insurance226Executive BranchDepartment of Economic Development108Executive BranchPublic Service Commission80Executive BranchDepartment of Treasury75Executive BranchLieutenant Governor's Office18Executive BranchIndependentHigher Ed & Health CareHigher EducationHigher Ed & Health CareHealth Care ServicesQuasi-State AgenciesPorts, Levee Boards, Fresh Water DistrictsQuasi-State AgenciesHousing AuthoritiesQuasi-State AgenciesExecutive Department12Quasi-State AgenciesLouisiana Law Institute5Quasi-State AgenciesIndependent4Page 13Employees1029,7954531,179804State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Department Full Time EquivalentsThe following table represents the number of Full Time Equivalents (FTE) by Department (classified andunclassified) at the close of FY 20-21.CategoryDepartment or Agency TypeExecutive BranchLouisiana Department of Health7,406.28Executive BranchDepartment of Public Safety & Corrections – CorrectionsServices4,342.70Executive BranchDepartment of Transportation & Development4,227.50Executive BranchExecutive Department (including DOA, Gov's Office, Nat'lGuard, GOHSEP, OCPR, OGB, OFI, etc.)3,677.13Executive BranchDepartment of Children & Family Services3,478.00Executive BranchDepartment of Public Safety & Corrections – Public SafetyServices2,508.05Executive BranchDepartment of Education1,059.00Executive BranchLouisiana Workforce Commission878.50Executive BranchDepartment of Wildlife & Fisheries750.65Executive BranchDepartment of Veterans' Affairs704.00Executive BranchDepartment of Public Safety & Corrections – Office of JuvenileJustice701.00Executive BranchDepartment of Environmental Quality678.50Executive BranchDepartment of Revenue646.10Executive BranchDepartment of Culture, Recreation & Tourism628.30Executive BranchDepartment of Agriculture574.00Executive BranchDepartment of State (includes Registrars of Voters)536.00Executive BranchDepartment of Justice528.75Executive BranchRetirement Systems(LASERS, Teachers, School Employees,State Police)293.00Executive BranchDepartment of Natural Resources275.00Executive BranchDepartment of Insurance218.50Executive BranchCivil Service Agencies (SCS, Ethics, Division of AdministrativeLaw, Municipal Fire & Police)172.50Executive BranchDepartment of Economic Development104.00Executive BranchPublic Service Commission79.00Executive BranchDepartment of Treasury59.10Executive BranchLieutenant Governor's Office18.00Executive BranchIndependentHigher Ed & Health CareHigher EducationHigher Ed & Health CareHealth Care Services408.90Quasi-State AgenciesPorts, Levee Boards958.75Quasi-State AgenciesHousing Authorities444.17Quasi-State AgenciesIndependents4.00Quasi-State AgenciesExecutive Department3.00Quasi-State AgenciesLegislative1.00Page 14FTE Value2.0025,159.34State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Classified Service StatisticsClassified Employees by Occupational GroupThe graph below depicts the occupational groups of classified state employees at the close of FY 20-21.Uncoded2.46Administrative Services10.9Enforcement & Investigative Services21.155.07Engineering ServicesFiscal Services5.35Health & Social Services22.6Information & Education Services3.7Institutional & Trade Services15.36Records Mgt/Office Support11.19Recreation, Conservation & Agriculture2.220510152025Classified Employees by EEO-4 CategoryUnder Public Law 88-352, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Equal EmploymentOpportunity Act of 1972, all State and local governments that have 15 or more employees are requiredto keep records and to make such reports to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as arespecified in the regulations of the Commission. The graph below depicts the state’s classified workforceby EEO-4 category at the close of FY aprofessionals7.91Professionals38.79Protective Services11.60Service/Maintenance4.99Skilled Crafts9.27Technicians5.76Uncoded/No Data2.460Page 155101520253035State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-202140

Classified Service StatisticsSalary Distribution of Full-Time Classified EmployeesThe graph below represents the salary distribution of classified state employees. As depicted in the chart,a little more than 38 percent of the classified workforce has an annual salary of less than 3.71%15.00%14.81%20.00%19.43%23.24%25.00%0.00% 20K 20 - 29K 30 - 39K 40 - 49K 50 - 59K 60 - 69K 70 - 79K 80 - 89K 90 - 99K 100KLength of Service – Classified EmployeesThe data represented below indicates that at the close of FY 20-21, 46 percent of classified employeeshad less than ten years of state service. Career service employees with more than twenty years of servicecomprised of more than 22 percent of the workforce. 30Yrs5.16%25 - 29 Yrs6.69%20 - 24 Yrs10.47%15 - 19 Yrs12.58%10 - 14 Yrs13.13%5 - 9 Yrs15.80% 5 Yrs30.21%0%5%10%15%% of WorkforcePage 1620%25%30%35%*Uncoded: 5.97%State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Classified Service StatisticsNumber of Classified Employees by Pay ScheduleThe graph below represents the number of classified state employees by pay schedule at the close ofFY 20-21.Technicians and Skilled Trades (WS)6,039Social Services (SS)6,416Scientific and Technical (TS)4,908Protective Services (PS)5,706Medical (MS)2,620Administrataive Note: The number of classified employees by pay schedule does not include employeesof Louisiana State Police.Page 17State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Workforce TrendsFTE Employment LevelsThe chart below depicts employment levels in Louisiana state government from Fiscal Year2012 to Fiscal Year 2021. It represents the total Full-Time Equivalents for both classified ,45861,52455,000201220132016201920202021Trend of State Employment Levels 2012 – 2021(Total Full-Time Equivalents – Classified & 162,45861,524Page 18State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Workforce TrendsAverage Annual Pay RateThe chart below depicts the average annual pay rate of for full-time classified employees compared tofull-time unclassified employees.*Note: The annual rates of pay do not include rates of pay for State Police.Fiscal Year 2020-2021CLASSIFIED: 50,055 vs. UNCLASSIFIED: 69,652 75,000 60,000 45,000 30,000 15,000 1UnclassifiedTrend of Average Annual Pay Rates for Full-Time Employees(*does not include State 0202021 41,864 42,140 43,525 44,738 44,907 44,737 46,102 47,237 48,583 50,055Unclassified 63,337 63,426 64,784 65,694 65,414 65,357 66,816 67,724 69,597 69,652Page 19State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Classified Employee TurnoverThe data presented in the graph below is based on an analysis of the number of classified employeesserving in non-temporary positions who separated from state service during each fiscal year presented.This data does not reflect the following: separations of unclassified employees, separations of temporaryclassified employees and transfers from one state agency to another.The data represents Voluntary Turnover, (separation from state service due to resignation, retirement ordeath) and Total Turnover (Voluntary Turnover plus Involuntary Turnover). Involuntary Turnoverrepresents separation from state service through dismissal, layoff, separation during probationary period,or non-disciplinary removals.Fiscal Year 2020-2021Voluntary Turnover: 13.29%Total Turnover: 1TotalTrend of Turnover Rates for Classified EmployeesVoluntaryTotalFY 11-12FY 12-13FY 13-14FY 14-15FY 15-16FY 13%NOTE: The privatization of state hospitals and the corresponding layoffs during Fiscal Year 12-13 and FiscalYear 13-14, in conjunction with a large number of retirements, contributed to the increase in statewideturnover.Page 20State Civil Service Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Fiscal Year ReportsThe following reports are available upon request. Please contact the Public Information Office at theDepartment of State Civil Service at 225.219.9462 for more information.Report on State EmploymentThis report is compiled by using information collected and maintained pursuant to La. R.S. 42:289 and La.R.S. 42:290. Data is collected by the Department of State Civil Service on a weekly basis and reflects actualdata reported by state agencies. This report can be accessed on the Department’s ications/WeeklyReport.aspxAnnual Pay Plan ReviewState Civil Service is required by Civil Service Rule 6.2 to conduct an annual review of the compensationplan for classified state employees and to recommend appropriate changes based upon the results. Thepurpose of this review is to provide an analysis of the health of the SCS pay schedules as compared to themarket in order to remain competitive in recruiting and retaining qualified personnel. Copies of this reportare available upon request.Report on Spanish Speaking PersonsThis report was prepared in response to House Concurrent Resolution Number 110 of the 2010 RegularSession of the Legislature. On an annual basis, the report provides information regarding delivery ofservices to Spanish speaking persons with limited English proficiency. Copies of this report are availableupon request.Workforce Utilization ReportThis report is prepared in compliance with House Concurrent Resolution Number 10 of the 1980 RegularSession of the Louisiana Legislature. It contains data on the employment of women and minorities in stategovernment. Copies of this report are available by request.FY2020-2021 Annual Payments ReportPrepared for the State Civil Service Commission, this report outlines payments by state agencies madeunder Civil Service Rules for Rewards and Recognition, Optional Pay, Attainment of Advance Degree andGainsharing & Exceptional Performance Activity. Copies of this report are available by reques

Nov 03, 2021 · Management Information Services Is comprised of two separate but related teams – the Applications & Data Management Division and Information Technology. Apps & Data Management oversees the collection, analysis, and reporting of data in regards to the State’s workforce; t