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More than 14,000 state employees have been added to Civil Beat’s salary database, including many who earn more than the governor.
At look at the payrolls of the State Auditor’s Office, Ethics Commission and Ombudsman’s Office
The latest installment of Civil Beat’s public salary database includes employees of the Senate, House and Legislative Reference Bureau.
A legal challenge by the police union held up release of officers’ names for years but a recent court ruling found disclosure is required under public records law.
How much does Hawaii pay its public servants? You’ll find information here on fiscal years 2016, 2018 and 2020.
UPDATED 3/14/19: But the Hawaii Commission on Salaries proposed far lower increases for judges.
With the inclusion of Big Island data first requested in July 2017, only Honolulu police officers are still missing. A judge’s ruling is pending on that.
House Speaker Scott Saiki finds Civil Beat’s salary database too specific when it comes to “legislative employees.”
Responding to a Civil Beat request, the city had intended to release the identities of all officers except those currently “deep” undercover.
Some of the islands’ top public employees stack up well, even with our high cost of living. Others, not so much.
We’ve added tens of thousands of additional workers, including those in the Department of Education, the Judiciary and general state employees.