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1963 estimate 1964 estimate

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

1 $14, 581 1 $14, 581 18 $259, 607 18 280, 157 18 280, 157

1 14, 581 1 14, 581 1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 16, 494 1 14, 394 1 15, 538 1 15, 538 3 41, 892 6 90, 357 9 134, 100 4 60, 694

6 99, 444 6 99, 444 6 88, 484 6 96, 575 6 96, 575 1 15, 309 1 16, 973 1

16, 973

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

Staff assistant.

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

Net permanent (average number,

net salary)... Positions other than permanent:

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.

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1 4, 326 1 4, 326 296 2,475, 287 388 3,413, 575 466 4, 153, 251 114.7 946, 828 40.0 302, 192 26.7 304, 650

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13, 790 13, 270

59,383

15, 413

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

Deputy director, office of textiles.
Director, division..
Director, office of textiles.
Foreign excess property officer..
Financial economist.
General economist.
Industry analyst.
Industrial specialist.

Planning officer
GS-14. $12,854 to $16,245:
Adviser on business operations in

government.
Analytical statistician.
Attorney-adviser..
Budget officer..
Business analyst.
Business economist.
Commodity industry analyst.
Commodity industry economist
Commodity industry specialist.
Deputy coordinator of the executive

reserve program.
Deputy director of administration.
Economist...
Industrial specialist..
Industry analyst.
International economist.
Program officer.

Publications 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-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. Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year. Net permanent (average number,

net salary)---Positions other than permanent: Inter

mittent employment.
Other personnel compensation:

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

Total personnel compensation..

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26,000 12,000

25, 708 141, 418 89, 461 25, 708 53, 538 13, 270 924, 513 540, 227 489, 375

7.301 282, 949

35, 422 356, 733 277, 885 421, 905 138, 665 83, 529 7,884

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5 54 43 71 27 21 2

206, 773

33, 426 255, 397 223, 997 300, 106 90, 272 61, 738 4,139

14,976 13, 270 701, 113 322, 072 360, 575

7, 301 242, 887

35, 422 328, 963 247, 561 362, 417 118, 075 83, 529 7,884

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

excess of $18,000:
Administrator.
G9-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Assistant administrator..
Deputy administrator..
Director, office of economic programs.
Director, office of industrial growth

and research.. GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Assistant director, office of industrial

mobilization.. Director, division. Director, international commodity

activities Director, office of administration. Director, office of chemicals and con

sumer products... Director,

office of construction and materials industries.. Director, office of distribution serv

ices. Director, office of general products

and services... Director, office of industrial equip

ment.
Director, office of industrial materials.
Director, office of industrial mobiliza-

tion.
Director, office of metals and minerals.
Director, office of regional economics..
Director, office of scientific and tech-

nical equipment.. GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Adviser on foreign activities..
Adviser on priorities and directives..
Analytical statistician.
Assistant director, division.
Assistant to the chairman, industrial

evaluation board.
Assistant to the division director
Business analyst.
Business information specialist.
Chairman, industrial evaluation

board..
Chief, trade associations division
Commodity industry analyst.
Commodity industry economist.
Commodity industry specialist.
Coordinator of the executive reserve

program
Deputy director, office of administra-

tion. Deputy director, office of industrial

mobilization.

16, 307 16, 037

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $15, 309

15, 290 1

15, 309

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18, 013

13,000 13, 790 47, 113

9, 485 15, 662 7, 114

3 2 2

38, 231 19, 594 16, 640 7,592 5, 741

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

evaluation board..
Industrial specialist.
Planning officer.
GS-14. $12,854 to $16,245:

Commodity industry specialist..

Deputy coordinator executive reserve. 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-7. $5,540 to $7,205. GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565. GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

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). Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

Total personnel compensation...

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9,027 165, 945

9, 464

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT—Continued

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Grades and ranges:
GS-18. $20,000:

Director
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

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

Assistant director.
Chief statistician
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Assistant director..
Chief of division..

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

Business economist.
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
G8-11. $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.

Total permanent.
Deduct lapses.

Net permanent (average number,

net salary) Positions other than permanent: Tempo

rary employment. Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base..

Total personnel compensation...-

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $18, 512 1 $20,010 1 $20,010

1 18, 013 1 18, 512 16, 037 1 18,013 1 18, 013 16, 307 1

18,013

1

18,013 1 15, 829 5 73, 071 5 81, 516 5 82, 473 4 55, 953 61, 672 4

62, 629 11 136, 800 13 173, 872 15 204, 240 13 143, 209 16 185, 956 22 257, 631 15 141, 545 17 170, 023 23 231, 010 17 135, 677 20 170, 333 27 230, 983 17 114,588 23 162, 926 26 186, 617

1 6, 718 1 6, 926 1 6, 926 37 217, 835 38 232, 906 45 275, 504 29

165, 673 30 177, 072 33 194, 106 31 154, 401 27 139, 712 33 169, 266 6 25, 776 7 29, 534 8 34, 674 3 12, 481 5

5 193 1, 450, 412 210 1,687, 380 251 2,031, 802 17 154, 103 14 131, 552 17 112, 990

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ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000-Continued Division chief

3 $47, 611 3 $51, 542 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

3 $52, 541 Administrative officer.

1 14, 394 1 16,016 1 Assistant division chief

16, 494

16 225, 705 17 260, 314 17 267, 489 Budget officer.

1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 16, 973 Coordinator, international statistics 1 15, 829 1 17, 930 1 17, 930 Digital computer systems analyst.

1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 15. 059 Division chief

18 265, 202 19 307, 680 Economist..

19 312, 439

1 15, 309 1 16, 973 1 Mathematical statistician.

16, 973

9 128, 858 10 156, 333 10 159, 683 Personnel officer.

1
14,394

1 16,016 1 16, 016 Statistician.

8 109, 992 11 164, 338 12 183, 103 Survey statistician.

1 13, 749 1 14,581 1 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

15, 059 Analytical statistician.

49, 690 5 65, 955 5 67, 640 Administrative officer.

2 24, 710 2 26, 561 2 27.393 Assistant division chief.

3 39, 270

56, 950

57, 782 Budget analyst -

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Digital computer analyst.

4 48, 920 6

79,662 Economist

81, 763

1 12, 750 Emergency planning officer.

1 14, 040 1 15, 829

15, 829 Employee development officer.

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Employee relations officer.

1 12, 480 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Engineer..

1 12, 750 2 26,977 2 27, 333 Geographer.

2 25, 230 2 26,977 2 27,830 Information specialist.

1 12, 480 1 12,854 1 12,854 Machine development officer.

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Mathematical statistician...

8 100, 420 9 122, 426 12 163, 529 Organization and classification officer. 1 13, 270 1 14,560 1 14,976 Placement officer..

1 13, 270 1 14. 560 1 12,854 Procurement officer.

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Realty officer.

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Regional field director.

12 149, 050 12 160, 635 12 165, 648 Research and design specialist.

1 12,854

13, 270 Statistician

24 301, 490 31 414, 555 32 443, 956 Survey statistician..

15 188, 340 14 186, 738 15 204, 189 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

102
113

119

1, 130, 772 1,344, 487 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995..

1, 438, 475 125 153

159

1, 167, 375 1,517, 206 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

1, 625, 646 179 197

205

1, 425, 914 1,685, 878 1, 791, 418 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

6 45, 600 6 50, 164 6 50, 654 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

180
196

201

1, 227, 960 1, 406, 372 1, 477, 307 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935..

14
92, 290

17 118, 830 17 120,060 G8-7. $5,540 to $7,205..

220
258

272

1, 276, 660 1, 540, 979 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

1, 693, 085

120 666, 480 150 872, 836 150882, 016 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

383
458

475
1,888, 190 2,355, 663

2, 495, 135 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

375
514

577
1, 692, 750 2, 425, 976

2,748, 770 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830...

472
656

705

1,931, 552 2,803, 105 3,059,04 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

24 90, 195 62 241, 240 62 243, 347 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

2 7, 315 5

18, 195

5 18, 405 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $9,890.

70 392, 408 70 392, 408 70 392, 408 Total permanent

2,426
3,027

3, 201

15, 114, 991 19, 277, 720 Deduct

20, 679, 408 Lapses.

232 160, 991 60529, 037 63 275, 422 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year..

276,683 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

323,014 Net permanent (average number, net salary)...

2, 967

3, 138

14,954, 000 18, 472,000 20, 737,000 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.

4, 528,000 3, 662, 000 6, 623,000 Part-time employment.

20,000 Intermittent employment

1,538, 000 1, 241, 000 2,653,000 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

204,000 Overtime and holiday pay.

891,000 547,000 786,000 Nightwork differential

26,000
31,000

39,000 Deduct excess of annual leave taken over leave earned..

-134,000 - 20,000 Total personnel compensation ---- 21, 823,000 23, 933,000 31,042,000

1,321, 557

1,575, 828

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2 22, 340 1 8, 235 3 28, 767 1

10, 420 1 9, 485 2

13, 354 2 11, 108 2

10, 108 3 16, 286 1 4, 118

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

Business economist..
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
G8-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
G8-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
G8-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

Total permanent.
Deduct lapses....

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent: Tem

porary employment.. Other personnel compensation: Regular pay about 52-week base.

Total personnel compensation..

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CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERSONNEL COMPENSATION PAID FROM

FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

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Salaries and wages are distributed as

follows: "Salaries and expenses". "1962 census of governments" "1963 censuses of business, transporta

tion, manufactures, and mineral

industries". "1964 census of agriculture". "Modernization of computing equip

ment" “Preparation for the nineteenth decen

nial census" "National housing inventory". "Eighteenth decennial census". “1958 censuses of business, manufac

tures, and mineral industries" "Advances and reimbursements". "Special statistical work".

2,302,000

551, 000 168,000

3,764,000 633,000 377,000

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Grades and ranges:
GS-18. $20,000:

Director
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Deputy director.
Assistant director, demographics
Assistant director, economics.
Assistant director, research and de-

velopment...
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Assistant director, administration
Assistant director, operations..

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SALARIES AND EXPENSES

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Grades and ranges:
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Director...
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Deputy director
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Assistant director.
Assistant to the director
Business analyst...
Deputy director.
Field office manager.

Field office manager-at-large..
GS-14, $12,845 to $16,245:

Business analyst..
Field office manager

Staff 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.
G8-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

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: Tempo

rary employment.-
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.
Post differentials and cost-of-living al.
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Total personnel compensation...

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ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245-Continued Transportation economist.

2 $25,500 2 $27,830 2 $28, 246 Business analyst...

3
38, 750

2 27,830 10 128, 540 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

35

384 954 45 522, 152 85 975, 769 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

43 406, 101 40 408, 023 55 545, 774 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

30 238, 429 28 238, 202 48 398,931 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

3 22, 131 3 24, 357 3 24, 856 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

44 295, 567 50 349, 531 64 445, 561 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935

7 44, 345 8 54, 556 10 68, 824 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

71

416, 311 77 463, 403 71 427.473 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

34 191, 195 39 229, 405 51 286, 623 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

52 254, 754 66 332, 640

131

630, 645 GS4. $4,110 to $5,370

33 146, 246 34 151, 814 35 158, 400 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

21
82, 602 13
55, 482 12

51,067 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

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14, 580 Total...

467 3,759, 015 503 4, 319,063 720 6. 280, 587 Ungraded positions at annual rates: Less than $12,845: Local positions..

13 23, 345 37 71, 634120 267, 972 Total permanent...

480 3,782, 360 540 4, 390, 697 840 6,548, 559 DeductI apses.

68.0 531, 564 53.1 361, 100 80. 1 590,514 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year..

76,687 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year..

180, 740 Net permanent (average number,

net salary):
United States and possessions. --- 403.9

461. 3

663.3

3,216,701 3, 853, 813 5,794, 315 Foreign countries: U.S. rates.

1.9 23, 168 3.9 55, 805 10.6 156, 640 Local rates.

6.2 10,927 21.7 43, 292 86.0 187, 830 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment: United States and possessions.

22, 088 17,800 16,000 Intermittent employment.

70, 608

69, 800 215,000 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base..

48, 700 Overtime and holiday pay..

25, 100
14, 745

21, 750 Post differentials and cost-of-living allowances..

3,950

9,000 Total personnel compensation.. 3,368, 592 4,059, 205 6, 449, 235

15 235, 936

1 16, 494 12 154, 248 22 299, 995

1 13, 270 59 694, 548 75 727, 704 26 223, 207 29 209, 938

7, 134 35 211, 522 17 100, 697 61 308, 649 155 683, 028 34 139, 230

1 3,560 550 4,127, 358 50 367, 958

375 2, 653, 805 391 2, 937, 482 34 193, 724 25 200, 282

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Grades and ranges:
GS-18. $20,000:

Director,bureau of foreign commerce..
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

Director of bureau.
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Deputy director of bureau.
Assistant director of bureau.
Special assistant.

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

Director of office...
Deputy director of office..
Director of staff.
Assistant to director of office
Special assistant..
Executive secretary.
Director of division
Deputy director of division.
Mission director...
Exhibit manager
Trade center manager
Coordinator
Export operations officer
Training officer...
International economist

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

Director of division
Deputy director of division.
Assistant to director...
Deputy director of staff.
Chief of section...
Exhibit manager
Trade missions manager.
Export operations officer.
Publications officer.
Planning officer.
Budget Officer
Classification officer.
Industrial designer.
International economist.

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Grades and ranges:

ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Assistant director of bureau

$16, 307 1 $18, 013 1 $18,013 Director of office..

1 16,790 1 17, 514 1 17,514 Executive secretary

1 15, 787 1 16,016 1 16,515 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925: Compliance commissioner.

14, 061 1 15, 059

15, 059 International economist.

1 13, 749

1

15, 059 1 15,059 Director of division

6 86, 904 6 95, 618

112, 590 Assistant director of office.

1 15, 038 1 16, 494

16, 973 Adviser for economic defense.

15, 309
1 16, 973

17, 451 Program officer...

1 15, 030 1 16, 494

16, 494 Deputy director of office

1 14, 706 1

16, 016 1 16, 016 Deputy director of division.

14, 061

1
14, 581

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

32, 032 Deputy director of division.

5 65, 020

6 83, 906 4 53, 954 Chief of section..

4 48, 920 5 65, 934 6 79, 225 Chief investigator

4 51,000 3 39, 831 3 41, 100 Industrial specialist.

7 93, 370 7 105, 311 105, 748 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

15 171, 613 18 214, 098 22 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

261, 999

27 265, 205 31 326, 856 27 285, 179 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

21 175, 426 25 220, 438 29 254, 527 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

19 131, 005 21 154, 694 25 182, 314 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935

3 19, 469 3 21, 174 3 21, 174 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

20 116, 125

24

143, 775 17 104, 669 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

20 114, 749 20 121, 890 20 121, 537 GS-5, $4,565 to $6,005.

35 176, 917 27 145, 851 30 160, 702 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

33 154, 846 36 177, 402 37 182, 351 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

22 88, 796 16 66, 912 12 49, 997 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

3 11, 169 4 15, 560 2 8,300 Total permanent...

254 1,921, 372 262 2, 161, 499 262 2, 206, 492 DeductLapses.

27.5 179, 638 14.6 112, 299 9.7 85, 552 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year...

42, 550 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.

50, 500 Net permanent (average number, 226.5

247.4

252.3 net salary).

1, 741, 734 2,006, 650 2, 171, 410 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment..

8.947
8, 040

8, 040 Intermittent employment.

4, 159
4,000

4,000 Other personnel compensation; Regular pay above 52-week base.

16,900 Overtime and holiday pay..

15, 004 Total personnel compensation... 1, 769, 844 2,022, 290 2, 200, 380

1 3 1 26 1 4 2 11 3 1 1 7

64,542 94, 662 60, 237 15, 059 46, 134 15, 538 414, 982

15.059 59, 759 29, 162 162, 783 44, 221 16, 494 17, 930 106, 373

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT—Continued

1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

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

International economist.
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-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..

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $12, 230 1 $12, 854 1 $13, 270 2 24, 420 2 26, 708 2 26, 708 6 58, 510 6

63,837

6 65, 085
9 70, 429 9 76, 980 9 78, 580
2 13, 874 2 14, 706 2 14, 935
8
49, 047

9
58, 469

9

58, 843 1 5, 346 1 5, 554 1 5, 554 3 16, 537 3 15, 642 3 15, 808 3 13, 624 3 13, 478

3 13, 770 1

3, 765

Grades and ranges-Continued
G8-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Administrative officer..
Director, facilitation and planning..
Deputy director, sales promotion
Deputy director, visitor services.
Director, Tokyo office
Director, Frankfurt office
Director, Sydney office.
Director, Mexico City office.
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-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4, $4,110 to $5,370

GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830 Ungraded positions at annual rate less than $12,210.---

Total permanent.Deduct lapses..

Net permanent:

United States and possessions...
Foreign countries:

U.S. rates.

Local rates.
Positions other than permanent:
Temporary employment:

United States and possessions.

Intermittent employment. Other personnel compensation: Overtime and holiday pay. Post differentials and cost-of-living allowances.

Total personnel compensation...

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

1 $12, 845 1 $14.065 1 $12, 210 1 13, 270 1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 14,065

12, 210 1 12,845 1 14,065 1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 14, 065

1 12,845 1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 14,065

1 12,845 1 14, 065 11 106, 350 9 101, 810 11 131.755 1 8, 955 2 19, 265 3 29, 280 1 8,080 1 8, 840 1 9. 250

1 7,030 2 13, 090 2 13, 819 2 14, 670 6 34, 275 6 35, 830 6 36, 320 3 13, 035 3 14,015 3 14, 550 1 4,040 1 4, 390 1

4, 495 1 3, 820

1 3,985 26 78,000 29 87,000 38 136, 400 63 416, 375 69 507, 014 83 639, 425 22 145, 899 1 3,000

726

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Deduct-

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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). Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

Total personnel compensation...

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29.7 246, 950

1, 900 248, 850

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1, 460 652, 425

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Grades and ranges:
GS-18. $20,000:

Trade adjustment administrator.----
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:
Deputy trade adjustment adminis-

trator.
Project manager

Technical assistance director.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Project manager
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

Total permanent.
Deduct lapses.
Add net increase due to higher pay scales
for part of year..

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent: Inter

mittent employment Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

Total personnel compensation.

1

21 1

217, 421 14, 421

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

Economist.

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

Engineer..
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.-
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

Total permanent..
Deduct lapses..
Add net increase due to higher pay scales
for part of year.

New permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent.

Total personnel compensation...

35 5

6,000

372, 258 53, 180 10, 922

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

excess of $15,255:
Director, U.S. travel service.
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

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

Deputy director ...
Director, sales promotion.
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Deputy director
Director, visitor services.
Director, field services.
Director, media relations.
Director, facilitation and planning.
Director, London office..
Director, Paris office....
Director, Frankfurt office.

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Grades and ranges: Special positions at rates equal to or in Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total excess of $16,000:

ber salary ber salary

ber salary Assistant director, research and development.

1 $18, 500 1 $18,500 1 $18, 500 Geophysicist (research).

1 17,500 i 17,500 1 GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

17,500 Chief geodesist.

1 15, 515 1 16,500 1 17,000 Deputy assistant director of oceanography.

1 15, 255 1 16,000 1 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925;

16,500 Assistant chief, aeronautical chart division.

1 13, 730

1 14, 565 1 15,045 Assistant director for administration.. 1 14, 380 1 16, 005 1 Assistant to director.

16,005

1 14, 705 1 16, 005 1 16, 485 Branch ehief.

4 56, 870 4 62, 100 4 62, 100 Chief seismologist

1 14,380 1 16, 005 1 Deputy assistant director for adminis

16, 433 tration...

1 13, 730 1 15, 045 1 15, 525

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1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

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

ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925-Continued Deputy assistant director for cartog. raphy.

1 $15, 030 1 $16, 965 1 $17, 445 Division chief

8 111, 140 8 119, 860 General engineer...

8 122, 540

1 14,380 1 15, 525 1 16,005 Geophysicist (seismology).

1 13, 730 1 14,565 1 Mathematician...

15, 045

1 14, 380 1 15, 525 1 15, 525 Physical scientist (general).

1 14,380 1 15, 525 1 16,005 Research scientists..

14 203, 910 Special assistant to director..

1 14,705 1 16,005 1 Technical assistant (photogrammet

16,005 ry)..

1 14,380 1 15, 525 1 GS-14. $12,845 to $16, 245:

16,005 Administrative officer

1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 13, 270 Assistant chief of branch.

4 49, 620

4 53, 725 4 54, 495 Assistant chief of division.

5 62, 870 5 68, 025 5 Assistant to chief, triangulation

70, 425 branch

1 12, 210 1 12,845 1 Branch chief.

13, 695

12 148, 340 12 158, 850 12 165, 485 Chief, international cooperation staff.. 1 12, 990 1 14, 120 1 14, 470 Chief, supervisory oceanographer.

1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 13, 270 Equipment specialist (marine).

1 12, 730 1 13, 695 1 13,695 Geophysicist (research).

1 12, 210 1 13, 270 1 Mathematician (research).

13, 695

1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 13, 270 Naval architect.

1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 Observer-in-charge, Fredericksburg

13, 270 observatory.

1 13, 510 1 15, 395 1 15, 395 Oceanographer (physical).

2 24, 680 2 26, 225 2 26,735 Physical science administrator.

1 12, 470 1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Section chief.

1 12, 210 1 13, 270 1 13, 695 Physical scientist (general).

1 12, 210 1 12, 845 1 13,270 Seismologist

1 12, 845 Technical assistant.

2 24, 420 2 25, 800 2 26, 310 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

54 585, 144 55 635, 190 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

62 733, 240
111
115

126

1,051, 947 1, 173, 500 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

1, 316, 225
188
197

219

1,542,164 1, 719, 800 1,962, 700 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495..

1 7,490 1 8,025 1 8,025 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

189
215

198

1, 331, 127 1,596, 650 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

1,594,875
5
32, 110

5
33, 950

5 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

34,950
177
210

177

1,067,664 1, 305, 625 1, 222, 965 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565..

114 662, 226 118 679, 650 109 651, 595 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

215
227

230

1, 042, 965 1, 138, 250 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370..

1, 201, 425

160 688, 160 168 732, 525 190842, 905 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830..

141 562, 026 144 590, 200 152 636, 240 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

89 320, 133 89 332, 050 89 334, 050 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

26 82, 758 26 88,000 26 90,000
Ungraded positions at annual rates equiv-
alent to less than $12,845..

521
541

520

2,550, 295 2, 711, 754 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv

2, 666, 094 alent to less than $12,845.

378
440

437

2,506, 860 2, 965, 874 2,960, 209 Total permanent..

2, 434

2, 621 Deduct

14, 899, 069 16, 641, 478 17, 425, 688 Lapses...

341
225

160

2, 387, 290 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

1, 159, 528 871, 652 part of year.

168, 205 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year...

246, 609
Net permanent (average number,
net salary).

2, 093
2, 391

2, 461 Positions other than permanent: Tem

12, 511, 779 15, 313, 745 16, 800, 645 porary employment (United States).. Other personnel compensation:

427, 177

390, 580 360, 980 Regular pay above 52-week base.

131, 600 Overtime and holiday pay.

448, 811 357, 010 321, 310 Nightwork differential.

57, 910
66, 349

83, 449
Post differentials and cost-of-living al-
lowances.-

33, 801

32, 300 52,300
Total personnel compensation... 13, 479, 478 16, 159, 984 17, 750, 284
Commissioned officers:
Director (rear admiral, upper half)

1 16, 200 1 16, 200 Deputy director (rear admiral, lower

16, 200 halt)

1 14, 100 1 14, 100 1 14, 100 Captain.

33 390, 060 33 392, 000 33 395,000 Commander

26 240, 360 28 260,000 28 265,000 Lieutenant commander

24 181, 440 22 166, 200 22 172, 300 Lieutenant.

12 66, 240 14 77,500 14 82,000 Lieutenant (j.g.)

18 78, 600 21 94, 000 21 98,000 Ensign...

76 202, 464 90 230,000 105 280, 400
Total permanent, commissioned of-
ficers..

191
210

225

1, 189, 464 1,250,000 Deduct lapses.

1, 323,000 6 20, 274 10

30, 669 10 57,069 Net permanent, commissioned of

ficers (average number, net sal-
ary).

185
200

215

1, 169, 190 1, 219, 331 Flight pay

1, 265, 931
9, 749
11, 240

11, 240
Total personnel compensation, com-
missioned officers.

1, 178, 939 1, 230, 571 1, 277, 171 Total personnel compensation... 14, 658, 417 17, 390, 555 19, 027, 455

2, 616

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 $20,000: Commissioner

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

1 $20,010 1 $20,010 First assistant commissioner..

1 18,512 1

1

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

20,010 Assistant commissioner.

2 35,152 2 40,020 2 Director of patent examining opera

40,020 tion..

1 17, 326
Solicitor.

1
16, 806

1 19,011 1
GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

19, 510 Assistant to commissioner..

1 15, 267 1 16,016 Deputy solicitor..

1 16,515

1 16,515 1 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

17,014 Deputy solicitor...

1 15, 038 Director of academy.

1 14, 581 1 Director of administration.

15,059

14,706 1 16,016 1 Director of administrative division.

16,494

3 41, 247 3 44,699 3 Director of information services.

46, 135 1

1

14,581 Director of trademark examining

15, 059 operation.

1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 16, 973 Examiner of patent interferences.

7 101,985 7 109, 720 Examiner of trademark appeals..

7 113, 067

4 57, 243 5 78, 167 5 79, 123 Patent attorney

5 70, 035 5 76, 253 Patent classifier.

92, 269

5 70,014 16 236, 645 Patent examiner.

16 244, 294 74 132

147 1,033, 713

1,976, 837 2, 258, 670 Planning officer.

1 14, 581 1 15, 059 Program evaluation officer

1 14, 581 1 Research specialist.

15, 059

2 29, 370 3 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

46, 613 7 105, 893 Academy instructor.

10 128, 540 10 132, 700 Budget Officer

1 12,854 1 13, 270 Design patent examiner

2 25, 708 2 26, 540 Director of administrative division

1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 13, 270 Director of information services.

1 12, 480 Examiner of patent interferences

4 49, 170 4 52, 248 4 Examiner of trademark appeals.

53, 517

1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 13, 270 Financial management officer.

1 12,854 1 13, 270 Librarian..

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Management analysis officer

1 12,854 1 13, 270 Operations analyst

1 12,854 2 Patent attorney.

26, 124

2 24, 460 3 39, 394 3 40, 684 Patent classifier

20 244, 600 12 157, 576 12 162, 736 Patent examiner.

122
185

245

1,500, 060 2, 413, 913 Patent specialist

3, 247, 771

1 12, 480 1 13,270 1 Placement and employee relations

13, 707 officer...

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13,707 Planning officer.

1 12,854 2 26, 124 Position classification officer.

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Research specialist..

5 61. 150 3 39, 394 3 40, 684 Trademark examiner.

2 24, 980 2 27, 393 2 27, 830 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

251
245

246

2, 743, 517 2, 800, 386 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.-

2, 832, 139 323 191

155

3,001, 715 1,874, 764 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165..

1,565, 878 197 174

226

1,635, 487 1,546, 938 2,001, 249 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495_

1 7,675 1 8, 278 1 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

8, 278 179 214

230

1, 235, 526 1,605, 117 1,690, 985 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

11 73,56€

62, 482 9 62, 898 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

236
260

213

1, 471, 68 1,689, 833 1, 376, 213 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

110 622, 009 114 672, 153 114 678, 960 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005

166 842, 629 174 910, 131 179 934, 134 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

232
231

255

1,034, 800 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

1,081, 003 1, 192, 928

284 1, 132, 972

1, 196, 791 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505..

1, 228, 075

128 488, 296 127 501, 726 127 507, 654 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190..

42 141, 806 29 100, 330 29 103, 034 Ungraded positions at annual rates of

$12,845 or above:
Director of patent classification..

1 16, 016 1 17,514 1 17, 514 Director of research and development. 1 18,013 1 18, 013 1 18,013 Examiner of patent appeals.

25 422, 170 25 452, 320 25 452, 320 Patent examiner.

3 48, 048 2 35, 028 2 Superintendent of patent examining

35, 028 corps;

1 19,011 1 19, 011 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

47 232, 862 48 242, 964 48 242, 964 Total permanent.

2, 500
2,542

2, 644

18, 730, 787 20, 653, 356 Deduct

22,039, 396 Lapses...

133.4
87

81

1,056, 954 676, 356 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

635, 396 part of year...

320,000

275

279

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