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

155.3

904, 266

170.9

$1,027, 456

Add-
Portion of salaries carried in other posi-

tion schedules paid from this account.. Net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.----Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent: Tempo

rary employment.--
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base..
Overtime and holiday pay.
Payments to other agencies for reim-

bursable details... Deduct excess of annual leave taken over leave earned...

Total personnel compensation..

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217.8 1,356, 931

3, 100 10,853 2,700 2,900

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1 $16, 307 1 $18, 013 1 $18, 013 3 45, 053 3 49, 962 3 49, 962 8 103, 250 9 125, 006 9 127, 149 1 13, 270 1 14,976 1 14,976 1 12, 750 1

13, 707

1 13,707 17 193, 442 17 203, 987 17 205, 774 25 234, 335 28 276, 008 28 278, 768 18 143, 248 18 151, 591 18 155, 581 29 199, 452 28 209, 582 28 212, 096 1 6,885

1 7, 322 1 7, 322 32 193, 481 35 222, 771 34 218, 172

9 49, 380 6 34, 673 6 34, 839 34 170, 690 43 220, 229 43 223, 303 37 165, 256 34 161, 133 34 162, 235 35 137, 454 27 112,753 27 114, 001 6 22, 026 11 41, 438 11 42, 374 2 6,406 1 3,370 1 3, 266

7 35, 860 7 35, 860 7 35, 860 266 1,748, 545 271 1,902, 381 270 1, 917, 398 16.5 93, 917 13.5 95, 414 14.5 102, 568

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Grades and ranges:
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Director of Information.
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Assistant director of information.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Chief of division.
Editor of yearbook.

Executive assistant to the director.
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505

GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

Total permanent.
Deduct-

Lapses..
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year.
Portion of salaries shown above paid

from other accounts. Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment...

Intermittent employment.
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.
Payments to other agencies for reim-

bursable details. Add excess of annual leave earned over leave taken...

Total personnel compensation..

$1, 272,000

72,113 32, 371

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

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255 1, 826, 220

6, 500

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7, 132

408

41,631

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4,920

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $25,000 1 $25,000 1 $25,000 1 21,000 1 21, 000 1 21.000 3 60,000 3 60,000 3 60.000 1 19,011 1 19, 011 1 19,011 1 18,512 1 20,010 1 20.010 1 18,512 1 18,512 1 20. 010

1 20,010 1 18, 512 1 20, 010 1 20, 010

1 20, 010 1 20.010 2 33,072 2 37,024 2 37,024

1 18, 013 1 18,013

1 18, 013 1 18.013 1 17, 056 1 19, 011 1 19, 510

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $20,000:
Secretary of Agriculture.
Under secretary of Agriculture.
Assistant secretary of Agriculture...
Administrative assistant secretary
GS-18. $20,000:

Confidential assistant to the secretary-
Director, agricultural credit services..
Director, agricultural economics.
Executive assistant, chief of staff

Inspector general.
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Assistant to the secretary-
Assistant to the under secretary.
Deputy inspector general..
Director of finance and budget officer.
Director, management appraisal and

systems development.
Director of personnel.

Judicial officer..
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:
Assistant director, management ap-

praisal and systems development... Assistant to the assistant secretaryAssistant to the secretary..

Director of plant and operations..
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Administrative assistant.
Assistant director of personnel
Assistant director of plant and opera-

tions.
Assistant to the assistant secretary.
Assistant to the director of agricul-

tural economics...-
Assistant to the director, budget and

finance...
Assistant to the judicial officer.
Assistant to the Secretary.
Chief of division, budget and finance.
Chief, personnel research staff.
Consumer aid.
Deputy director, budget and finance
Hearing examiner.
Inspector..
Management analyst.
Medical officer.

Program staff officer.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Administrative assistant.
Administrative officer.
Assistant to the director of personnel.
Budget analyst...
Chief of division, budget

nce.
Chief of division, personnel...
Chief of division, plant and operations.
Director, management data service

center
Inspector.-

5 2

69, 702 28, 788

4 2

60,237 31, 554

5 2

75, 296 31, 554

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Grades and ranges:
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Director
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Assistant director:
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
G$-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005
GS-4, $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-2, $3,560 to $4,505.

Total permanent.
Deduct-

Lapses
Portion of salaries shown above paid

from other accounts. Net decrease due to lower pay scales

for part of year.

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $15, 787 1 $17, 514 1 $17,514 2 24, 460 4 52, 248

53, 080 6 65, 958 7 81, 455 7

82, 889 7

64, 065 5 49, 942 10 98, 615 21 164, 341 24 203, 110 42 352, 980 19 129, 737 21 151, 551 24 173, 202

1 6, 302 1 6, 302 19

113, 090 17 104, 419 17 105, 291 6 34, 112 9 51, 721 9 51,888 24 118, 312 22 114, 890 26 134, 471 29 129, 896 33 156, 784 45 204, 790 39 156, 197 47 192, 291 58 237, 529 6 21, 818 7 25, 462 7

25, 982 179 1,037, 773 198 1,207, 689 251 1,544, 533 23.7 132, 879 27.1 163, 945 33.2 215, 192 0.2 1, 923

1 1 1 1 5 3 2 1 1

14,581 14, 581 14, 581 17, 930 81,514 45, 177 29, 162 16, 494 16, 494

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Grades and ranges-Continued
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245--Continued

Management analyst..

Program and budget examiner.
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505_

GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.
Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv-
alent to less than $12,845..

Total permanent
Deduct-

Lapses...
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year...
Add net increase due to higher pay scales
for part of year.

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment.

Intermittent employment.
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-Week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.

Nightwork differential.
Payment to other agencies for reimburs-

able details.
Excess of annual leave taken over leave
earned..

Total personnel compensation.

769 5, 404, 965 29.0 201, 073

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$3, 359, 819

Salaries and wages are distributed as fol

lows: "Salaries and expenses". "Civil Defense and Defense Mobiliza

tion Functions of Federal Agencies". "Advances and reimbursements". “Working Capital Fund".

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Grades and ranges-Continued

ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245-Continued Civil engineer..

5 $64, 770 4 $56,076 4 $56, 076 Deputy regional forester

2 25, 750 2 28, 246 2 28, 246 Director, forest experiment station.. 1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Director, tropical forestry...

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 Digital computer systems adminis

14, 123 trator

1 12,854 1 Economist.

13, 270

2 25, 500 2 26, 974 2 26, 974 Editor

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Educationist

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Electronics engineer..

1 13, 520 1 14, 560 1 14, 560 Employee development officer.

1 12, 480 1 12,854 1 13, 270 Engineer

4 52, 270

57, 345 4 Entomologist.

57, 345

12 152, 730 11 155, 371 11 155, 371 Forester..

42 527,000 48 652, 617 49 668, 471 Forest products technologist.

11 146, 930 11 163, 485 11 163, 485 Forest supervisor.

3
36, 690

11 147, 290 11 147, 290 Landscape architect

1 12,854 1 13, 270 Management analyst.

4 49, 690 6 80, 500 6 80, 500 Mathematical statistician,

3 36, 690 4 53, 107 4 Mechanical engineer..

53, 107

2 25, 230 2 27,830 2 Office services manager

27,830

1 12,480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Personnel officer.

5 62, 940 5 69, 364 5 69, 364 Physicist

2 24, 460 2 26, 549 2 Plant pathologist..

26, 549

12 150, 860 10 139, 144 10 139, 144 Procurement officer

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Property management officer.

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Public information specialist.

3 37, 730 5 67, 221 5 67, 221 Range conservationist

7 89, 230 6 85, 184 6 85, 184 Regional engineer..

10 132, 080 10 147, 252 10 147, 252 Regional fiscal agent.

6 74.900 6 83,092 6 83,092 Research forester.

42 528, 840 44 606, 364 44 609, 364 Sign program coordinator.

1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Soil scientist.

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Technologist.

1
12, 750

1 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

14, 123

1

14, 123 615 667

680

6,777,818 7,967, 532 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995...

8, 137, 742 1, 117 1, 203

1, 231

10, 438, 594 12, 186, 606 12, 477, 186 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165...

1,836
1, 973

2,043

14, 683, 692 GS-10. $7,290 to $9.495.

16,987, 176 17, 575, 676

11 83, 970 11 91, 808 11 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

91, 808 2, 119 2,294

12, 429

14,320, 264 16, 446, 332 17,357, 727 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

37 235, 112 42 282, 780 42 282, 780 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205..

2, 761

3,031

15, 754, 271 18, 136, 204 18, 995, 966 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565..

528
547

547

2,759, 404 2, 953, 743 2, 953, 743 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

12, 548

2, 802

12, 135, 022 13, 898, 416 14, 367, 205 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370..

12, 554

9, 996, 322 10, 924, 779 11, 061, 555 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830..

11,757
[1,837

1,878 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505..

7,014, 032 7, 561, 254 7,723, 161

268974, 912 223 849, 493 223 849, 493 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190..

14 48, 378 13 46, 423 13 46, 423 Grades established by act of June 20,

1958 (72 Stat. 213) and act of Sept. 23,

1959 (73 Stat. 651):
Director, forest products laboratory ---

1 16,000 1 16,000 Forest products technologist.

1 16,000 1 16,000 1 16,000 Physical chemist.

1 15, 504 1 15, 504 1 15, 504 Research forester.

1 16,000 1 16,000 1 16,000 Ungraded positions at annual rates less than $12,845.

11,077
1,046

1,061

5, 222,706 5, 029, 315 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv

5, 101, 435 alent to less than $12,845..

792
798

836

3, 930, 053 3,990, 182 4, 180, 182 Total permanent

18, 243
19, 410

20,037

108, 909, 138 122, 633, 233 126, 531,000 DeductLapses...

1,898.5 1,840.0 1, 960.0

9, 231, 796 9, 288, 233 9, 895,000 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year..

1,756,000 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

2,760,000 Net permanent (average number, net salary)...

16,344.5 17,570.0 18,077.0

99, 677, 342 Positions other than permanent:

111,589,000 119, 396,000 Temporary employment.

27, 191, 486 37, 115,000 33, 600,000 Part-time employment.

1,088, 809 1, 137,000 1, 140,000 Intermittent employment.

10,665, 331 10, 790,000 10, 800,000 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base

918,000 Overtime and holiday pay..

8, 374,366 2, 862, 500 2,530,000 Nightwork differential..

110, 901
81,000

81,000 Additional pay for service abroad.

404, 384 490, 500 491, 000 Payments to casual workers.

6,884, 206 1,303, 500 1,310,000 Payments to prison inmates..

18, 210

18,000 18,000 Payments to other agencies for reimbursable details..--

19, 356
21,500

22,000
Total personnel compensation,
Forest Service...

154, 434, 391 165, 408,000 170, 306,000

12, 903

2,417

2, 586

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Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $18,000:
Chief
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Deputy chief.
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Deputy chief.

Associate deputy chief..
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Associate deputy chief..
Chemist...
Deputy regional forester..
Director, forest experiment station.
Director, forest products laboratory.
Director, internal audit.
Division director.
Engineer...
Forester..
Mathematical statistician.
Plant pathologist.
Regional forester.

Research forester
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Accountant...
Administrative officer.
Air operations officer.
Assistant regional forester.
Auditor..
Budget officer
Chemist.

4 55, 953 1 14,061 2 27, 498 9 132, 100 1 14,394 1 14, 061 27 388, 219 1 14, 061

56, 265 1

13, 749 1 13, 749 10 146, 975

27, 498

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1963 estimate 1964 estimate

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4,000

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1 $9,485 1 $9, 797 1 $7, 571 1

8,050 1 8, 320 3 20,010 3 21,154

28,518 1 5, 866 1 6,282 1 6, 469 1 4,160 1 4, 410 1 4,118 1 3,760 1 3,931 1 3,931 8 40, 720 11 60,754 16 88,172 15 82, 087

19 114,066 25 149, 325 1.0 5,396 0.4 2,000 0.4 2,000

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ALLOCATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF

THE INTERIOR Grades and ranges:

GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.. GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165. GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.. G8-4. $4,110 to $5,370.. G8-3. $3,820 to $4,830. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845..

Total permanent..
Deduct-

Lapses.-
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year.. AddPortion of salaries carried in other posi

tion schedules paid from this account. Net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.--Net permanent (average number,

net salary)---
Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment.
Part-time employment..

Intermittent employment..
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.

Total personnel compensation, De

partment of the Interior.

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3.3 25, 675

3,000

15, 020 6, 961, 910 1, 889, 554 11, 416, 151

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Salaries and wages are distributed as

follows: "Forest protection and utilization". "Forest roads and trails" "Acquisition of lands for national for

ests, special acts".. "Acquisition of lands for national for

ests, Superior National Forest". "Acquisition of lands for national for

ests, Cache National Forest". "Assistance to States for tree planting". "Expenses, brush disposal". “Other Forest Service permanent ap

propriations". "Working capital fund," Forest Service. "Advances and reimbursements", “Forest Service trust funds". Allotment from“Flood prevention," Soil Conserva

tion Service.-“Watershed protection," Soil Con

servation Service. "Expenses," Agricultural Stabiliza

tion and Conservation Service... “Conservation reserve program,

Agricultural Stabilization and

Conservation Service... “Great Plains conservation pro

gram," Soil Conservation Service. "Oregon and California grant lands,"

Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior. “Public works acceleration". “Land conservation and utilization

program," Soil Conservation Serv. ice.

21.7

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178,000 312, 500

10,000 39, 500

1,000 24,000

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461,000

565,000

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GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

1962 actual

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $13, 749

$14, 581 1 $14, 581 1 15, 829 1 17, 930 1 17, 930

1 14, 581 1 14, 581 3 43, 743 1 14, 581 1 14, 581 1 14, 581

1 14, 581

3 44, 700 1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 14, 581 8 114, 817 7 110, 676 7 111, 634

8 116, 648 5 76, 253 1 14, 581

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G8-15. $14,565 to $17,925--Continued

Press officer..
Publications officer.
Shipment coordinator.
Staff assistant, science and technology
Staff assistant, economic programs.
Staff assistant, administration..
Staff assistant, export expansion..
Supervisory auditor..
Transportation economist.
Regional coordinator.
Transportation specialist.
Training officer
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Assistant chief, budget division.
Assistant emergency planning coordi-

nator
Assistant to director, administrative

operations...
Assistant to director, emergency

transportation..
Assistant to the secretary
Attorney
Chief, physical and documentary se-

curity
Chief, property management division.
Chief, records management division.
Chief, supply management division..
Information specialist.
Management analyst.
Placement officer.
Position classifier.
Publications officer
Research analyst ..
Salary and wage analyst.
Supervisory auditor.
Transportation economist.
Transportation specialist
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.-
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845...

Total permanent, departmental.. Deduct

Lapses
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year. Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

Net permanent (average number,

net salary).
Positions other than permanent:

Temporary employment.
Part-time employment.

Intermittent employment
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.
Payments to other agencies for reim-
bursable details..

Total personnel compensation..

1 2 3

13, 270 24, 460 37, 980

1 2 4

14, 560 25, 708 53, 954

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Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $16,000:
Secretary of Commerce.
Under secretary of commerce..
Under secretary, transportation.
Assistant secretary, domestic affairs.
Assistant secretary, international af.

fairs.
Assistant secretary, administration.
Assistant secretary, administration

and public affairs. Assistant secretary, science and tech

nology. General counsel GS-18. $20,000: Deputy assistant secretary, domestic

affairs.. Deputy assistant secretary, interna

tional affairs... Deputy assistant secretary, adminis

tration... Deputy to the secretary Deputy assistant secretary, science

and technology.. Deputy general counsel.

National export expansion coordinator. GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Assistant to the secretary....
Deputy assistant secretary (program

development).
Deputy assistant secretary (trade

policy). Deputy director, office of emergency

transportation Deputy national export expansion

coordinator
Deputy to the under secretary.
Deputy under secretary, transporta-

tion
Director, budget and management.
Director, personnel.
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Assistant to the secretary
Assistant to the secretary, public

affairs...
Assistant general counsel.
Assistant to assistant secretary, inter-

national affairs.
Deputy director, budget and manage-

ment.
Associate director, personnel.
Director, administrative operations.
Director, internal audits..

Security control officer
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:
Administrator, Great Lakes Pilotage

Administration..
Assistant to assistant secretary, do-

mestic affairs.
Assistant to director, budget and

management..
Assistant to assistant secretary, inter-

national affairs..
Assistant to director, internal audits..
Assistant to director, personnel..
Assistant to director, public informa-

tion.
Associate chief, budget division.
Attorney..
Chief, accounting systems division
Chief, administrative coordination

division
Chief, budget division.
Chief, compensation division.
Chief, employee development division.
Chief, employment division..
Chief, management division.
Chief, operational planning staff.
Deputy director, administrative

operations.
Deputy director, budget manage-

ment.
Deputy security control officer
Director, internal audits
Director, executive secretariat
Director, public information
Emergency planning coordinator
Management analyst.
Planning officer...

16,515

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part of year.
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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1 $14, 581 1 $14, 581 1 $13, 749 2 15, 142 1 6, 448 1 6, 677 1 6, 906 1 6,552

1 6, 926 1 7,134 1 5, 366 2 12, 772 1 5, 741 3 15, 683 1 5, 720 1 5, 886 17 81, 558 17 88, 795 9 46, 154 21 90, 688 15

67,849

14 65, 104 26 105, 505 24 101, 544 23 100, 771 13 49, 855 12 48, 552 12 49,066 17, 618 4 18, 969

18,969 408, 164 78 372, 385

67 320, 312 26 118, 936 11

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6 26, 412

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Grades and ranges:
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Staff assistant

Transportation specialist
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205..
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370..
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

GS-2. $3,500 to $4,130.Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,210..

Total permanent.-.
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year. Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

Net permanent (average number,

net salary) Positions other than permanent: Tem

porary employment
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay...

Total personnel compensation...

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Grades and ranges:

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excess of $16,000: Commissioner

1 $19,500 1 $19,500 Ungraded positions at annual rates $12,845

or above: Deputy commissioner.

1 19, 500

19, 500 Assistant commissioner, exhibits...

1 18, 500 1 18,500 Assistant commissioner, administration.

17,500 1 17, 500 Assistant commissioner, operations..

17, 500

17,500 Assistant to commissioner.

1 16, 000

16,000 Exhibit director..

1 15, 045 1 15, 045 Fiscal officer.

1 14, 120 1 14, 120 Administrative officer.

1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Exhibit officer...

1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Ungraded positions at annual rates less than $12,845

20 132,085 20 141, 980 Total permanent.

30 296, 290 30 306,185 DeductLapses..

11 102, 690 2 33, 785 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year..

5, 600 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year..

9, 600 Net permanent (average number, net salary).

19 188,000 Positions other than permanent: Tempo

28 282,000 rary employment

142,000 Total personnel compensation..

188,000 424,000

28, 606

61 308, 900

20,000 2,400

8,000 339, 300

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Grades and ranges:
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Placement officer.
Printing and publications officer.

Relocation officer...
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11, $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845..

Total permanent.
Deduct-

Lapses..
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year...AddPortion of salaries shown above paid

from other accounts. Net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year. Net permanent (average number,

net salary).

1 $12, 230 1 $12,854 1 $12,854 1 12, 480 2 26, 540 1 13, 270 1 12, 480 1 13, 270 1 13, 270 2 22, 340 2 22, 340 3 33, 863 5 48, 775 5 52, 105 7 71, 387 4 34, 444 4

36, 440 6 53, 080 1 7,987 1

8,778 1 8,778 6 44, 556 6 48, 174 8 63,795 10 58, 992 10 61, 484 14 87,381

5 29, 120 5 30, 370 6 35, 424 24 120, 312 24 125, 304 50 259, 006 13 55, 432 12 52, 796 18 81,000 21 85, 825 21 87,023 23 95, 197

6 23, 586 6 23,964 6 23,964 80 448, 201 80 487, 241 80 487, 241 180 1,016, 760 180 1,088, 683 225 1,339, 510 12 74,420 8 42, 717 14 87,710

6,400

Grades and ranges:

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Special positions at rates equal to or in ber salary ber salary ber salary

excess of $16,000: Administrator

1 $20,010 1 $20,010 GS-18. $20,000:

i $2,010 Deputy administrator.

1 18, 512 1 20, 010 1 GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

20,010 Assistant administrator, administration and finance..

1 18, 013 1 Assistant administrator, operations...

18,513

1 16, 536 Assistant administrator, planning

19, 011 1 19, 511 and research

1 16, 536 1 18, 512 1 General counsel

19,012

1 16, 536 1 18, 512 i GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

19,012 Assistant administrator, administration and finance.

1 15, 267 Deputy assistant administrator, operations.

1 16, 307 1 16, 016 1 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

16, 516 Accounting officer.

1 13, 749 1 15, 059 1 Assistants to the administrator.

15, 539

3 41, 247 3 44, 221 3 45, 181 Attorney..

1

13, 749 Budget officer.

1 14,061 1 15, 538 1 Business and industrial specialists..

16, 018

3 43,119 4 63, 107 4 64, 067 Deputy assistant administrator, administration and finance.

1 16, 494 1 16, 974 Deputy assistant administrator, planning and research.

1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 Deputy division chiefs.

16, 974 3 42, 807

44,699 3 Division chiefs.

45, 659

9 128, 233 199, 598 13 203, 438 Economic adviser.

14, 581

1

15,061 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245: Attorney.

1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 13, 279 Business and industrial specialists. 3 37, 980

53, Deputy division chiefs..

3 38, 500
6 79,

6 80, Economist.

2
24, 460
3 38,

3 39, 412 Field coordinators.

2 28,

2 28. 671 Financial examiners.

2 25, 750

2

28, 246 2 29,096 Personnel officer...

1 13, 790 1 15, 413 1 15, 838 Program officers.

3 37, 720 7 92, 516 7 33, 348 Regional coordinators

3 37, 730 6 78, 809 6

80, 084

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