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ASD [1]CFCC [2]CPAS [3]EDU [4]EXEC [5]FIN [6]IS [7]OGA [8]OCCM [9]OGC [10]TCLO [11]AOC Total

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Authorized Position (FTE) [12]1317260.774.52895136.913125709815.1

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Filled Authorized Position (FTE) [13]11465.645.7570.1521.9583104.7810.8599.561.45681.98

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Vacancy (FTE) [14]176.414.954.356.051232.132.1525.58.64133.13

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Vacany Rate (FTE) [15]13.00%8.90%24.60%5.80%21.60%12.60%23.50%16.50%20.40%12.30%44.40%16.30%

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AOC Temporary Employee (909) [16]1121121011019

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*Employment Agency Temporary Worker [17]12.5310.5650302050

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Contractors [18]10000053090062

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Total Workforce [19]11769.150.7582.1524.4590162.7810.85139.564.45815.98

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[1] Administrative Services Division
[2] Center for Families, Children & the Courts
[3] Court Programs and Services Division
[4] Education
[5] Executive Office (includes Office of Communications and the Office of Emergency Response and Security
[6] Finance Division
[7] Information Services
[8] Office of Governmental Affairs
[9] Office of Court Construction and Management
[10] Office of General Counsel
[11] Trial Court Liaison Office (combined regional offices)
[12] Authorized positions include all regular ongoing positions approved in the Budget Act for that year. The number is based on the position's approved full time equivalency.
[13] Filled authorized positions are the number of authorized positions filled based on the employee's full time equivalency.
[14] The number of Vacancies are the number of authorized positions minus the number of filled authorized positions.
[15] Vacancy Rate is calculated by dividing the number of authorized positions by the number of vacant authorized positions. This number excludes AOC temporary employees (“909” funded employees). See definition of AOC temporary employees below.
[16] The "909 category is the State Controller code the AOC uses to reference a temporary position or a temporary employee. 909 Position - it is a position that may not be funded through the Budget Act and it is categorized by the Office of the State Controller as a temporary position used in the absence of an authorized position. 909 positions may be occupied by regular full-time employees due tot he unavailability of an authorized vacant position. 909 Employee - An employee whose salary is not funded through the Budget Act. 909 employees may receive benefits if employed at least half-time and the term of employment is for more than six months. Types of "909" Temporary Employees include: Retired Annuitants: A retired annuitant is a retiree who is hired by his or her former employer or by another employer that participates in the same retirement system as the former employer. This includes a former participant in a state retirement system who has previously retired and who is currently receiving retirement benefits. Temporary: Employees employed by the AOC on a temporary basis - they do not receive full benefits (but do receive CalPERS retirement service credit).
[17] These are workers from an employment agency. They are employees of the employment agency, not the AOC, but provide short-term support for AOC workload.
[18] Individuals augmenting the work of the AOC and providing services for a limited period of time or on a specific project, where a particular skill set is required that is either (1) not within an existing AOC classification and/or job description or (2) where recruitment issues require the use of a contractor.
[19] based on FTE, 909s, Agency Temps & Contractors)