STATE EMPLOYEE CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION PROGRAM
By April 1 of each year the Board shall decide whether to participate in the state employee charitable contribution (SECC) program for the following fiscal year.
In addition to legally required deductions, the Board has determined it to serve a public purpose and benefit employees to permit voluntary deductions for:
Approved insurance programs;
Annuities/deferred compensation programs;
College District cafeteria plan options authorized by the Internal Revenue Service;
Area credit unions as specified in administrative procedures;
Miscellaneous reimbursements to the College District, authorized by the employee; and
Charitable organizations as approved by the Board. If the Board participates in the SECC program, an employee may choose not to participate in the program and may authorize a deduction(s) for charitable organizations approved by the Board.
To qualify for a deduction listed above, the employee must submit a request in writing, specifying the category of the deduction, the amount to be deducted, and the entity to which the deducted amount is to be transferred, in accordance with administrative procedures. The procedures must address:
Enrollment periods, if any; and
Any administrative fee to cover the cost of making a deduction.
Deductions shall be made for unauthorized leave or leave taken in excess of earned leave. [See DEC]