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18991.  (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, persons
retired from the United States military, honorably discharged from
active military duty with a service-connected disability, or
honorably discharged from active duty, shall be eligible to apply for
promotional civil service examinations, including examinations for
career executive assignments, for which they meet the minimum
qualifications as prescribed by the class specification. Persons
receiving passing scores shall have their names placed on promotional
lists resulting from these examinations or otherwise gain
eligibility for appointment. In evaluating minimum qualifications,
related military experience shall be considered state civil service
experience in a comparable class, based on the duties and
responsibilities assigned.
   (b) In cases where promotional examinations are given by more than
one department for the same classification, the employee shall
select one department in which to compete. Once this selection is
made, it cannot be changed for the duration of the promotional list
established from the examination in which the employee participated.
Employees may transfer list eligibility between departments in the
same manner as provided for civil service employees.

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