Dual employment is a state-wide policy to be followed when one state department secures the services of an employee of another state department. This does not apply to employees in the public school or community college systems. These employees are not considered state employees for the purposes of dual employment regulations. They are employed by local boards of education.
Payment is made on a CP-30 Dual Employment Certification Form to the payroll office of the agency. Form should include name of person providing service and division approvals. Amount paid should include matching social security. Parent agency is the agency from which the employee receives their regular paycheck. The borrowing agency is the agency seeking the services of employee from another state department.