Accrue leave, and how much sick, annual, and personal leave do I get annually? Leave information for state employees is located on the DBM portal. Add or delete a name in the statewide telephone directory? You may contact the Telephone Directory Coordinators by Agency. Fill out a performance evaluation? Information and forms for performance evaluations can be found on the PEP home page.
Fill out a Maryland State Employment Application? Instructions on filling out the application are located here. However, we encourage applicants to apply on-line, rather than submit paper applications. Click here to apply on-line.
Find Fleet Management Services? The fleet management office is located on the first floor of the 45 Calvert Street offices of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM). They are also on the web.
Find out about health insurance? Links to health benefits information is listed here.
Find out about jobs? Click the following online links:
Find information about 401K plans? Visit the Teachers and State Employees Supplemental Retirement Plans web site.
Find state procurement information? The procurement page on the DBM portal has links to information about Doing Business with DBM, How to Create a BPW Agenda Item, and more. Effective July 1, 2008, the responsibility for IT Procurements is transferred to the Department of Information Technology.
Locate state holidays? State holidays are published on the State Employees home page.
Pay the Central Collection Unit? The most convenient way to pay CCU is to pay online. Also, CCU offers automated information on account. Please dial 410-767-1220 and select option 6. You must have your CCU debtor number and your social security number available to use this system. The toll-free automated pay-by-phone number is 1-866-272-1548. Payments may also be mailed to:Central Collection UnitPO Box 17277Baltimore, Maryland 21203-7277Go to www.dbm.maryland.gov/ccu for more information.
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