Updated: Jun 28, 2012 5:41 PM
SANTA FE (KRQE) — Thousands of state workers will find their paychecks a little thin on Friday as the responsible agency again blames a computer software glitch for the mistake.
The Department of Finance and Administration says 7,111 employees, about a third of the state payroll, will be paid for fewer than the 80 hours they worked during the two-week pay period.
All the supplemental payments covering the shortages should go through by Saturday, according to DFA.
The agency is investigating the current issue.
Paychecks also came up short for the last pay period in May. DFA blamed that glitch on operator error.
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