Click on the bargaining unit to link to the state-union contracts.
|Bargaining Unit and Code||Bargaining Unit Description||Union|
|Administrative Services Unit (ASU)
|Office support staff and administrative personnel including keyboard specialists, clerks, and computer operators.||Civil Service Employee Association, Inc., Local 1000, AFSCME, AFL-CIO (CSEA)|
|Operational Services Unit (OSU)
|Craft workers, maintenance and repair personnel, and machine operators, including maintenance assistants, cleaners, and highway maintenance workers.|
|Institutional Services Unit (ISU)
|Therapeutic and custodial care workers for clients including mental health therapy aides, developmental aides, licensed practical nurses, food service workers, and youth division aides.|
|Division of Military and Naval Affairs Unit (DMNA)
|Civilian administrative employees of the NYS National Guard and Air Guard including armory maintenance workers, armory mechanics, clerks, and keyboard specialists.|
|Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Unit (PS&T)
|Professional and technical personnel such as attorneys, nurses, accountants, social workers, certain teachers, engineers, and other titles requiring specialized or advanced technical skills.||Public Employees Federation, AFL-CIO (PEF)|
|State University Professional Services Negotiating Unit (PSNU)
Codes: 08 and 68
|Faculty and non-teaching professional staff within the State University system. (PSNU - 08)
Various lifeguard titles (68) employed on a seasonal and temporary part-time basis. (PSNU - 68)
|United University Professions (UUP)|
|State University Graduate Student Negotiating Unit (GSNU)
|Part-time teaching assistants and graduate student assistants pursuing a master's or doctoral degree at SUNY campuses.||Communications Workers of America/Graduate Student Employees Union, Local 1104 (CWA/GSEU)|
|Rent Regulation Services Unit (RRSU)
|Division of Housing and Community Renewal administrative employees including rent examiners and inspectors, keyboard specialists, and attorneys.||District Council 37 of AFSCME, AFL-CIO (DC-37)|
|Security Services Unit (SSU)
Codes: 01 and 21
|State security personnel and institution safety officers.
Arbitration eligible titles (SSU-01) – correction officer, correction officer trainee, correction sergeant, community correctional center assistant, and institution safety officer.
Non-arbitration eligible titles (SSU-21) – security hospital treatment assistant, safety and security officer, security services assistant, security officer, and campus public safety officer.
|NYS Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association, Inc. (NYSCOPBA)|
|Security Supervisors Unit (SSPU)
Codes: 61 and 91
|Supervisory security personnel.
Arbitration eligible title (SSPU-61) — correction lieutenant.
Non-arbitration eligible security titles (SSPU-91) - chief safety and security officer, chief security officer, and security services assistant.
|NYS Law Enforcement Officers' Union, Council 82, AFSCME, AFL-CIO (C82)|
|Agency Police Services Unit (APSU)
|Staff and supervisors with police duties and responsibilities employed by Department of Environmental Conservation, Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and the State University of New York including park patrol officers, environmental conservation officers, university police, and the forest rangers.||The Police Benevolent Association of New York State, Inc. (PBANYS)|
|State Police Investigators Unit (BCI)
|Investigators and senior investigators in the Division of State Police responsible for undercover surveillance and investigations of major crimes.||NYS Police Investigators Association, Local 4, I.U.P.A., AFL-CIO (NYSPIA)|
|State Police Troopers Unit (Troopers Unit)
|Troopers in the Division of State Police responsible for operations at state Police stations, road patrol and law enforcement.||Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers, Inc. (PBA)|
|State Police Commissioned/Non-commissioned Officers (CO/NCO)
|Majors, captains, lieutenants and various levels of sergeants responsible for supervising troopers and investigators in the Division of State Police.|