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Grades and ranges-Continued
GS-5. $5,000 to $6,485...
GS-4. $4,480 to $5,830..

GS-3. $4,005 to $5,220..

G8-2. $3,680 to $4,805---

Grades established by Interdepartmental Lithographic Wage Board, Washington, D.C., area: WB-24. $8,819 to $10,712 WB-22. $8.341 to $10,150. WB-20. $7,842 to $9,547.. WB-19. $7,592 to $9,235.. WB-18. $7,342 to $8,965.. WB-17. $7,114 to $8,653.. WB-16. $6,864 to $8,341.. WB-14. $6,365 to $7,738.. WB-13. $6,136 to $7,467. WB-12. $5,866 to $7,155.. WB-10. $5,387 to $6,573.. WB-9. $5,138 to $6,261.. WB-8. $4,909 to $5,949. WB-7. $4,638 to $5,658. WB-6. $4,410 to $5,366. WB-4. $3,910 to $4,763. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $14,170...

Total permanent..

Pay above the stated annual rate....
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1964 actual

Special inquiry officer. Supervising deportation officer. Supervising

immigration

officer. Supervising investigator.

patrol

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1,731

$8,933, 570

2,012

9,052, 189 2,118

1,793 $10,014,381 2,438 11,549, 164 2,408 9,949,664 499 1,839,591

549

8.535,032
1.993, 375

1 9,734

1

9.214

8,674

9,235

1 8,133

2 15,724

8 62,066

6 41,982

1 6,781

7 44,906

1 5,970

14 77,346 1 5,408 1 5,138 21 102, 239 8 34,049

100 566, 508 14,558 118,892, 976 1,034, 164 -600.2 -4, 169, 601 -2,467, 209

887.3 112,516,730 70.5 773, 600 15,377 6,379, 791 270,997 183,961 120, 140, 456

118,811, 951 1,328, 505

1964 actual

1965 estimate 1966 estimate

1,767 $9,767, 381 2,210 10, 503, 179 2,299 9,546, 425 493 1,818, 204

PARKIN ZEAU

1

4

1

1

1

1 16,695

2 34, 420

8,674

9,235

8, 133

2 15,724

8 62,878

6 42,391 1 6,781 7 44,804

17 95,063

1

1

2 9,736

9,734 9, 214

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IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

129,004,203 1,270,262

1 1

4

1

23,695 22, 945 96, 280 23,695 4 95, 530 3 62,045 4 69,500 4 83,600 67,500

3

51,500

4

4 81, 635

1

15, 665

1 16,460

8 137,165

8 145,360

6 100,685

6 108,450

1 15,665

1

4

1 9,734

1 9,214

66,265 65,235 6 101,200

17.030 4 71,540 4

70,400 6 108,450 15 258.150 15 275,970 66,265 2 31,845

4

71,540 34,630

2

1 8,674

1 9,235 1 8,133 2 15,724

8 63,254 6 42,557 1 6,781 7 44,959

17 96,500

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1 $20,000

2 40,000

1

20,000

19,500

19,000

77,500

19, 500 77,000

12

2 9,277

1965 estimate 1966 estimate

104 588,084 15,684 132,499,930 494,086 -545 -3,819,800

18, 170 36,910

15,071 128,323,632 68 850,584 28,000 6,938,081

293,190

194,510

136,627,997

1 $26,000 1 $26,000

2 49,000

2 49,000

1 24,500

1 24,500

1 24,445

1 23,695 4 97,030 1 24,445 4 96,280

135,632,446 995,551

3 63,355 4 84,910 4 83,600 1 16,460

8 149,350

6 110,730

1 17,600 4 73,250 4 72,680 6 110,730 15 281,670

4 73,820 2 35,770

1 18,170 2 37,480

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GS-13. $12,075 to $15,855.. GS-12. $10,250 to $13,445.. GS-11. $8,650 to $11,305. GS-10. $7,900 to $10,330. GS-9. $7,220 to $9,425..

281

Assistant commissioner.

Superintendent of vocational training.

Superintendent of industries.

-11,986 -32, 873

2,334, 532 9,737

33, 207 11,512

2,388, 988 38,633, 124

37, 378, 672 1,254, 452

1 $11,725

1

1

1

2

10, 970

9, 250

8, 965

17,740

2

14, 880

2

9,795

1

3,880

41 319,265

52 406,470 3, 125 -34 -266, 275 -1,860

Num- Total ber salary

18 141, 460 171, 575 1,000 314, 035

1964 actual

Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary

1 $19,000

1

17,000

1

4

$4,890 -2-14, 125

15, 665

67, 320

281

14, 965

14,065

40, 870

193, 535

1

1

3

15

34

59

16 139, 340

127

1964 actual 1965 estimate 1966 estimate

FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED

361,030

532,000

-618 -2,676

2,452, 280

12,000

33,000

11,720

2,509,000 41,585,000

40, 412, 864 1,172, 136

1 $12,495

1

10, 605

1 1

8, 945 8,170

2

15, 175

2

13, 920

2

9,450

1 4,140

41 320,825

52 403, 725 1,585 -42 -322, 633 -32

10

Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary

82, 645 235, 355

1966 estimate

318,000

Num- Total ber salary

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294

2,587,000 12,000

33,000

12,000

2,644,000

42, 206, 915

41,034, 779 1, 172, 136

Num- Total ber salary

1965 estimate 1966 estimate

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GS-8. $6,630 to $8,610.
GS-7. $6,050 to $7,850.

970, 080
21 147, 410

34 213, 350

1,036, 290 20 148, 665 35 238, 455

1,091, 705 20 150,865 36 248, 100

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Manpower administrator..

Director, office of manpower, automa

tion and training.. Administrator. GS-17. $21,445 to $24,445:

Assistant manpower administrator.... Administrator.

Deputy administrator..

Deputy director, office of manpower, automation and training.

Assistant director for manpower and automation research.. Assistant director for

1964 actual

manpower

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

20 $118, 725

9

45, 960

6

1

1

330

development.
Director, USES.
Director, UL...
Executive secretary.
GS-16. $18,935 to $24,175:

Assistant manpower administrator.. Deputy assistant director for manpower and automation research. Deputy assistant director for manpower development.....

Director for financial and management services...

Deputy administrator.

Chief, Veterans Employment Service-
Deputy director...

Director

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158 5, 011 Total payments to prison inmates. 5, 169 Total personnel compensation._____ 5,810

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28,815

3,880

4,040

520, 904 57, 138

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1965 estimate 1966 estimate

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18,000

33,000

33,500
18,000

17,500

17,000 17,500

66, 500

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION SALARIES AND EXPENSES

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419

58

1,077

149

127

13

4, 102

434

5,725 654

86 158 2,394 5, 200 2,480 5,358 8, 205 6,012

5,540, 593

22,028

60, 808

654 6, 175, 226 2,552, 290

8,727, 516

4, 140

4,305

494, 462 57,335

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber ber salary ber salary salary 1 $26,000

1 $26,000

19 $121, 255

9

50, 615

6

28,985

1

4,285

1

4,305

332

60,735 20,900

2,606, 422

21,555 20,900

695

20, 245 20,900 80,980

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1965 estimate 1966 estimate

663

520

1,216

122

4,317

6, 175 663 6,287

150 109 2,443 5,250 2,552 5,400 8,728 6,063

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58 530 154 1,306 115 12 439 4,336

106 2.464 2,570 8,858

1 24,500

1 24,500

2 43,640 1 22,195 1 25, 195 1 23,695

2 47,390

1 24,445 1 24,445 1 21,445

3 61,390 21,555 1 21,555 1 21,555 1 20,900 1 21,555 4 82,290

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Num- Total Num. Total Num. Total

ber salary Grades and ranges---Continued

ber salary ber salary GS-3. $4,005 to $5,220.

24 $103, 090 GS-2. $3,680 to $4,805.

23 $105, 355 23 $ 107, 245

2 7, 345 2 GS-1. $3,385 to $4,420.

7, 610 2 7, 735 2

6,820 2 7, 230 2 Ungraded positions at annual rates less

7, 460 than $5,400.

1 5,387 Undistributed reduction in positions.

1 5,387 1 5,387

94 940, 320 Adjusted total permanent...

2,192
2, 301

2, 307 Pay above the stated annual rate..

20, 136, 383 22, 511, 807 22, 825, 344

179, 182 Lapses.

86,564

87, 800 -116.8 - 121.3

-94.7 Net savings due to lower pay scales for

-1, 464, 322 -1, 543, 771 -1, 364, 794 part of year.

-482, 576 -37, 320
Net permanent.

2, 075. 2
2, 179.7

2,212.3 Positions other than permanent: Inter

18,368, 667 21,017, 300 21, 548, 350 mittent employment. Other personnel compensation:

121, 551
43, 200

59, 500 Overtime and holiday pay.,

28, 551 Additional pay for service abroad..

12,000

12,000 8, 588

8, 700 Cost-of-living allowance..

8, 700 7,965 8,370

8, 600 Total personnel compensation.. 18, 535, 322 21,089, 570

21, 637, 150

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1 17, 030 1 18, 740 1 18, 170 14 246, 400 8 145, 930 1 18, 170 11 202, 720

1 17,600 1 19, 310 1 18, 740 15 265, 140 8 148, 780 1 18, 170 11 205,000

1964 actual

1965 estimate

1966 estimate

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Grades and ranges-Continued
GS-16. $18,935 to $24,175----Continued

Director (supervisory actuary life)----
GS-15. $16,460 to $21,590:

Assistant administrator..
Assistant to the assistant director for

manpower and automation research.
Regional director...
Manpower research officer
Manpower development officer
Field director.
Manpower officer.
Statistical officer.
Budget officer
Finance officer
Management officer
Deputy director for financial and

management services..
Youth programs adviser.
Training program coordinator.
Manpower development specialist
Chief of division..
Administrative consultant...
Agricultural employment specialist.-
Assistant chief, Veterans Employ-

ment Service..
Assistant director.
Assistant director for operations.
Assistant for administration and field

coordination.
Assistant for administration.
Assistant for field coordination.
Associate director..
Chief, Office of Field Administration..
Chief of division..
Director
Executive assistant.
Regional administrator.
Senior consultant (supervisory ac-

tuary life)
Special assistant-Federal Advisory

Council..
Special assistant-Interstate Confer-

ence Activities.
Special assistant-legislative coordina-

tion..
Special assistant-program policy and

planning -
Farm labor service law enforcement

specialist.
GS-14. $14,170 to $13,580:

Agricultural employment adviser.
Assistant for administration and field

coordination...
Assistant regional administrator
Chief of branch.
Deputy chief.
Deputy director.
Employment service adviser.
Employment service adviser (agri-

culture).
Field representative.
Financial analyst..
Information officer.
Labor economist
Management officer.
Mathematical statistician
Manpower research specialist
Manpower development specialist..
Manpower specialist.
Statistical officer.
Chief of division
Financial manager
Administrative officer
Systems accountant.
Budget analyst.
Chief, division of manpower training

allowances.
Manpower development officer.
Assistant training program coordi-

nator.
Regional director, UI.
Regional director, USES.
Supervisory actuary (Life).
Supervisory systems accountant.
Vocational rehabilitation officer.
Youth training consultant.
Division chief.
Field service representative..
Special assistant.
Supervisory farm labor service law

enforcement specialist.
Hearing examiner.
Manpower officer.
GS-13. $12,075 to $15,855..

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Grades and ranges:

Num- Total Num- Total Num. Total GS-16. $18,935 to $24,175:

ber salary ber Assistant to the under secretary of

salary ber salary Health, Education, and Welfare.. 1 $16,500 1 Director

$20, 245

1 17,000 1 20, 900 1 GS-15. $16,460 to $21,590:

$20, 900 Supervisory economist.

1 Assistant director

16, 460

16, 460 1 16, 180

1 Program evaluation specialist.

17,600

1 17,600

1 15, 665 Program officer.

1 15, 665 1 16, 460 Director, professional services section. 1 15, 665 1 16, 460 1 Chies, program operations...

16, 460

1 16, 180 1 17,600 1 GS-14. $14,170 to $18,580:

17, 600 Director

1 14, 170 1 14, 170 Program oflicer.

1

14, 170 1 14, 170 Basic literary training officer.

1 14,170 1 14, 170 Manpower utilization oflicer.

4 56, 260 4

60, 600 4 Regional representative..

60, 600 10

141, 550 10 151, 990 10 151, 990 Executive officer.

1 15, 865 1 16, 620

1 Specialist for occupational develop

16, 620 ment..

1
13,615 1

14,170

1 Director, statistical activities.

14, 170 1

13, 615 Field services officer..

1

14, 170 1 14, 170 Manpower training officer.

1 14, 170 1 Teacher training.

14,170

1 14, 170 1 14, 170 GS-13. $12,075 to $15,855.

19 225, 855 27 333, 165 28 345, 240 GS-12. $10,250 to $13,445.

8 81. 160 18 188, 405 15 156, 599 GS-11. $8,650 to $11,305..

6 52,140 11 98, 690 6 54, 550 GS-9. $7,220 to $9,425.

7 49, 900 31 225, 780 14 103, 040 GS-8. $6,630 to $8,610.

2 13, 830 2 14, 580 1 7, 290 GS-7. $6,050 to $7,850.

8 50, 065 22 137, 700 10 64, 100 GS-6. $5,505 to $7,170.

8 45. 905 8 49, 405 8 49, 405 GS-5. $5,000 to $6,485.

17 85, 055 24 126, 600 26 136, 600 GS-4. $4,480 to $5,830.

11
48, 680 25 114, 250 18

82, 890 GS-3. $4,005 to $5,220.

3 12, 060 6 24,840 10 40, 860 GS-2. $3,680 to $4,805_.

2 7, 240 2

7,485

3 11, 165 Total permanent.

115 1, 025, 650205 1,775, 025 166 1, 469, 155 Pay above the stated annual rate.

1, 396

4,950 Lapses..

5, 140 -23.4

29.5

-10.7 -196, 119

-243, 005 Net savings due to lower pay scales for

-93, 370 part of year.

-18, 315

-6,100
Net permanent..

91.6
175.5

155. 3

812, 612 1, 530, 870 Positions other than permanent:

1, 380, 925 Intermittent employment.

19, 715
42, 360

48, 360 Overtime and holiday pay.

1, 416
27, 700

5, 000 Total personnel compensation..

833, 743 1, 600, 930

1, 434, 285

1 13. 615 1 13. 615 25 350.725 21 295, 815 2 28, 580 2 27, 230 17 240, 005 1 13. 615 3 42, 645 1 13, 615 2 27, 230

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SPECIAL STUDY ON DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE

OF AGE

339

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1 14, 170

1 14, 170
383

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4, 163, 810 407

4, 300, 159 205

1, 827, 370

GS-12. $10,250 to $13,445.-
GS-11. $8,650 to $11,305..
GS-10. $7,900 to $10,330.
GS-9. $7,220 to $9,425.
GS-8. $6,630 to $8,610.
GS-7. $6,050 to $7,850.-
GS-6. $5,505 to $7,170.
GS-5. $5,000 to $6,485.
G8-4. $4,480 to $5,830.-

5, 022, 885
453

5,053, 577 229

2, 143, 555 1

8, 980 82 636, 835 11 80, 850 85 579, 450 128 808, 200 361

2,028, 575 302

1,530, 725

4,808, 370 440

4,837, 257 210

1, 947, 975 1

8, 710 69 532, 195

9 66, 270 79 533, 350 124 771, 935 355

1, 975, 588 283

1, 420, 555

salary

69 508, 070

8 57, 000 83 530, 515 119 689, 115 348

1,795, 827 269

1, 259, 290

Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment.
Intermittent employment.

Total personnel compensation...

$17, 350

4,050

21, 400

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR-Continued

MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION-Continued LIMITATION ON GRANTS TO STATES FOR UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ADMINISTRATION (TRUST FUND)

Grades and ranges:
GS-15. $16,460 to $21,590:
Employment service officer..
GS-14. $14,170 to $18,580:

Employment service officer.
GS-13. $12,075 to $15,855..
GS-12. $10,250 to $13,455.
GS-11. $8,650 to $11,305..
GS-9. $7,220 to $9,425.
GS-8. $6,630 to $8,610..
GS-7. $6,050 to $7,850.
GS-6. $5,505 to $7,170..

GS-5. $5,000 to $6,485.
GS-4. $4,480 to $5,830..
GS-3. $4,005 to $5,220.
GS-2. $3,680 to $4,805.

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Special project officer.

Technical assistance adviser.

Welfare and pension specialist.

GS-13. $12,075 to $15,855..
GS-12. $10,250 to $13,445.
GS-11. $8,650 to $11,305..
GS-9. $7,220 to $9,425..
GS-8. $6,630 to $8,610..
GS-7. $6,050 to $7,850.
GS-6. $5,505 to $7,170.
GS-5. $5,000 to $6,485-
GS-4. $4,480 to $5,830.
GS-3. $4,005 to $5,220.
GS-2. $3,680 to $4,805.
GS-1. $3,385 to $4,420.

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SALARIES AND EXPENSES

1,316, 040 1.0 3,368 4,686

1, 324, 094

711

141, 430

103, 270 3,725

2

LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS

LABOR-MANAGEMENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

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Num- Total ber salary

$18, 170

59, 130 75,390

95, 445

334, 505

493, 930

2

1964 actual 1965 estimate

17,210

17,210

86,050

97,080

16.695 48, 025

16, 180 87,080 34,420

Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary

1 $20,000 1 $24,500

1 19,500 1 24.445

18.000
17,500

40,490
20,900
38,525

32,500

1965 estimate

213.0

14, 065

178, 680

13, 615

14,965

10

1

4

3

65

168 1,786, 210

43

378, 140

36

263, 660

4

27, 660 185,995

29

50 295, 875 103 535, 390

81 379, 915

42 178, 360

32, 110 7,555

215 1, 564, 160 -2.0

-15, 268 -7,794

1

4

6

145, 150

14, 965

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44, 310

810, 635

37

64

1 22 1 12

32 21 5

1,514, 098 2.0 8,960 4,000

1,554, 058

212

21542

1

24

1

9

2

3

1

12

2

1

7,510 138,700 6,985

15 43 89 1 46 1 66, 105 14 162,710 39 86,805 21 18,775

11

1

8

2

35,200 18, 170 91,990 71,540 18, 170

51,660 17,600 92,560

36, 910

1966 estimate

17,600

377, 810

15.640

138,800

28,340

Num- Total ber salary

285 2,066, 417 -6.3

-45, 305

46, 430

15, 150

190, 130

28,340

15, 640

169, 100

3

66

16, 130 61, 090 44, 470 867, 930 167 1,802, 771 40 366, 945 32 247, 700 4 29, 160 27 183, 950 53 332, 280 104 584, 020 68 340, 940 37 167, 625

32, 315 7,920

$18, 170

59, 130

75,390 158,742 391, 405

679, 430 7,510

288,900

6,985

76, 105

199, 070

86,805

5 18,775

278.7

1

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ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS

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GS-13. $12,075 to $15,855..
GS-12. $10,250 to $13,445.
GS-11. $8,650 to $11,305.
GS-9. $7,220 to $9,425.
GS-8. $6,630 to $8,610.
GS-7. $6,050 to $7,850.
GS-6. $5,505 to $7,170.
GS-5. $5,000 to $6,485.
GS-4. $4,480 to $5,830.
GS-3. $4,005 to $5,220.

Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv-
alent to less than $14,170..

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

-$146, 551

-$3,261

1964 actual

687.7

5,973,810 18, 541

7, 143 8,380 60, 414 8,332 6,076, 620

1964 actual

1

1

WAGE AND LABOR STANDARDS

SALARIES AND EXPENSES, BUREAU OF LABOR STANDARDS

1

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1

$5,795

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

3

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1964 actual 1965 estimate 1966 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

$20,000

1

$24, 445

1 $24,445

1965 estimate 1966 estimate

2

$8,010 2 $8,010 5,795 2 8,010 2 8,010 22

31 -41

31 -41

-117

19,500

17,000 17,500

15, 665

33, 390

16, 180 16,695 48, 025

697.5

14,965 42, 195

6,582, 177

29,000

65, 523

12,900

8,700

6,698, 300

16,315 14,515

132, 665 217, 250

155, 490

22, 945

5,346 281 2,460, 031 21, 111 -6.0 -83,456 -51,900

73, 025 101, 155 463,855

416, 600

421,030 74,670

14,460

69,595

1965 estimate 1966 estimate

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8,000 1,000 9,000

15,640 45,450

17,110
15,640
78.690
5
7 108,500
34 459,270
39 443,415
45 433,205
7
55,195
2 15,460
10 67,300
23 142,895

78,690
108, 500
489, 615
456, 815
433, 890
70,615
15,460
11 73,350
142,895
244, 370
167,620
24, 235
1 5,346

2

23

42 239,040
32 158,660
5
1

24,235
5,346
282 2,635, 411 269 2,538,761
10,100
9,600
-12.1
-13.4
-101,061
-146, 411
-800

46

681.5

9

$6,570,699

29,000

65, 523

12,900

8,700

6,686,822

43 34 5

16,460

35, 770 17,600

18, 170

52, 230

15, 640

45, 450

2

17, 110 15, 640

8,000 1,000

9,000

2113

131

1

35,770

17,600

18.170

52,230

Total permanent.

Pay above the stated annual rate.
Lapses...

736 6,495, 980
57, 148
-432,767

-48.3

714 6,710, 886 26, 005 -16.5

-151, 453

701 6,707, 168 26, 058 -19.5 -162, 527

Total permanent..

Pay above the stated annual rate.
Lapses..

Net savings due to lower pay scales for
part of the year.......

Net permanent (average number,
net salary).

Positions other than permanent: Part-
time employment....

Other personnel compensation: Post diff-
ferentials and cost-of-living allowances..

Total personnel compensation..

275.0

2,345,786 2, 017 2,721 2,350, 524

268.6

2,497,800 2,200 3,000 2,503,000

256.9 2,447,800 2,200 3,000 2,453,000

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