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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE-PERSONNEL

COMPENSATION

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

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

20, 010 1 20, 010

1 20, 010 1 20, 010 1 19, 011 1 19, 011

1 18, 013 1 18, 013 1 18, 512 1 19, 011 1 19, 011 1 18, 512 1

20, 010 1 20, 010 1 18, 512

20, 010 1 20,010 2 33, 612 2 37, 523 2 37, 523

Ungraded positions at annual rates: $12,210 Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total or above-Continued

ber salary ber salary ber salary Director, pathology branch, pharmacology...

1 $16,011 1 $17,014 1 $17,014 Director, toxicity branch, pharmacology

1 16,011 1 17,014 1 17,014 Director, division of new drugs..

1 16, 307 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv. alent to less than $12,210..

42 166, 355 52 204, 191 52 204, 191 Total permanent.

12, 450
3, 232

3, 876

16, 256, 045 23, 189, 562 27,883, 856 DeductLapses...

316
474

308

-1,923, 927 -3, 298, 654 -1, 645, 656 Net decreases due to lower pay scales for part of year.

-263, 308 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.

484, 800 Net permanent (average number, net salary)-

12,758

3,568

14, 332, 118 19,627, 600 26,723,000 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.

57,001
14, 500

14,500 Part-time employment..

20, 533
10,000

10,000 Intermittent employment..

43, 790
18, 500

18,500 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

150, 700 Overtime and holiday pay.--

54, 610
34, 600

34, 600 Night differential...

450
13,000

13,000 Post differentials and cost-of-living allowances..

945
2, 400

2, 400 Total personnel compensation... 14, 509, 447 19, 720, 600 26,966, 700

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12, 134

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SALARIES AND EXPENSES, CERTIFICATION, INSPECTION, AND OTHER

SERVICES

1 13,749 1 13,749 1 14,061

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

excess of $20,000:
Commissioner...
Assistant commissioner for science.
Director, bureau of medicine.
Medical director..
Scientific director
Director, division of new drugs.
Director, division of nutrition

Director, division of pharmacology. GS-18. $20,000:

Deputy commissioner. GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000:

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

Assistant commissioner..
Assistant commissioner for adminis-

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

Assistant commissioner
Assistant to deputy commissioner.
Assistant director of bureau..
Associate assistant commissioner.
Associate director of division.
Chief of branch.....
Deputy director of bureau.
Deputy director of division.
Director of division..
District director...
Financial management officer.
Food and drug officer..
Mathematical statistician..
Medical officer.
Deputy medical director.
Chemist.
Supervisory chemist..
Supervisory inspector..
Veterinarian..

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

Assistant district director..
Assistant director of division.
Assistant executive officer.
Assistant to medical director.
Biochemist.
Chemist.
Chief of branch.
Chief chemist.
Chief Inspector
Deputy director.
Deputy district director.
Deputy director of division.
Director of division...
Facilities planning officer.
Financial management officer
Food and drug officer...
Geneticist..
Medical officer.
Pharmacologist..
Personnel officer.
Physicist.
Statistician.
Supervisory mathematical statisti-

Veterinarian..
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.---.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,164..
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 annual rates: $12,210

or above:
Director, division of food..
Director, division of microbiology.
Director, division of pharmaceutical

chemistry.

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

1 $18, 512 1 $17,014 i 18, 512 1

15, 267

1

12,854 19 241, 932

4 56, 076 18 237,633 18 235, 116

14 168,464

4 50,730 18 220, 140 18 220, 390 5 62, 690 2 25,750

1 12,854 21 267,640

56, 076 18 237, 633 18 235, 116

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3 40, 247 1

12,854 72

1,013, 990 4 58, 635 1 12,854 2 25, 708

54, 391

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or

greater than $16,000:
Director, division of antibiotics.

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

Director, division of antibiotics...-
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:
Assistant veterinarian medical direc-

tor...
Chief of branch
Deputy director of division.
Medical director..

Medical officer.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:
Assistant veterinarian medical officer.
Bacteriologist.
Chief of branch.
Director of control laboratories
Food and drug officer.

Medical officer..
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.-
Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent: Tempo

rary employment.. Other personnel compensation: Overtime and holiday pay.

Total personnel compensation...

1 14, 581 1 14,061 1 15,059 2 28, 122 2

30, 118 1 15, 038

5 76,730 1

12, 480 1

12, 230 1 12, 854 2 26, 270 2 29, 952 1 12, 230

1

13, 270 1 12, 230 1 12, 854 2 27,040 6

83, 511 10 108, 558 12 136, 158

9 82, 015 16 155, 546 23 183, 623 39 330, 243 16 111, 426 38 284, 335 1 6, 885 4

27, 268 20 120, 307 27 170, 212 7 38, 336 6

33, 854 22 108, 140 21 103, 772 18 78, 582 32 141, 286 8 31, 222

14 55, 804 10 38,062 8 31, 016

2 6, 406 6 19, 700 12 50,005 13 53,790 172 1, 155, 549 258 1,868, 937 23 160, 655 86 465, 509

17, 228

149 994, 894 | 172 1, 386, 200

11, 472 11,000

17, 242 20,000 1,023, 608 1, 417, 200

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

excess of $14,565:
Director, division of antibiotics.

Director, division of cosmetics..
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:
Assistant veterinary medical director.
Chief of branch..
Deputy director of division.

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

Bacteriologist.
Chief of branch..
Director of control laboratories.
Food and drug officer..
Medical officer.

Pharmacologist.-
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.
G8-5, $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...
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..
Excess of annual leave earned over

annual leave taken.. Overtime and holiday pay.

Total personnel compensation..

12,854 29, 952 13, 270 12,854 83,511 13, 707 148, 409 175, 452 338, 833 291, 469

27, 268 176, 681

33, 854 108, 348 145, 404 55, 804 31, 016 19, 700

28

6 22 33 14 8 6

13 53, 790 267 1,945, 688 30 197, 727

39, 200

237 1,787, 161

11,000

12,000

172, 839

20,000 2,003, 000

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 of education....

1 $20,000 1 $20,000 1 $20,000 GS-18. $20,000: Deputy commissioner of education.. 1 18, 512

1 20,010 1 20.010 GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000: Assistant commissioner for statistics and research.

1 16,804 Associate commissioner for research and development.

1 19,011 1 19,011 Associate commissioner for educational assistance programs.

1 18, 013 1 18,013 GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Deputy associate commissioner for research and development.

1 17,514 1 17, 514 Assistant commissioner for State and local school systems.

1 15, 787 Associate commissioner for international education.

1 15, 787 1 17,514 1 17,514 Branch director, State and local school systems..

1 15, 267 Assistant commissioner for higher education..

1 15, 517 Deputy associate commissioner for educational assistance programs.

1 17,014 1 17.014 Assistant commissioner for school

assistance in federally affected
areas

1 16, 307 1 18, 013 1

18.013 Assistant commissioner for vocational education..

1 15, 267 1 16,515 1

16,515 Assistant commissioner for legislative and program planning

1 15, 267 1 16.016 1 16.016 Executive officer.

1 16, 016 1 16,016 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925: Program officer for research and development.

1 14,706 1 16,494 1 16, 494 Executive officer for research and development

1 13, 749 1

15, 059

1 15,059 Division director, educational statistics.

1 14, 061 1 15,538

1 15, 518 Assistant director for statistical services.

1 13,749 Director, statistical services.

1 14, 581 1 14, 581 Branch director, cooperative research

13, 749 1 14, 581 1 Branch director, educational media. 1 14,061 1 14, 581 1 14, 581 Head, demonstration center..

1 13, 749 1 15,059 1 15,059 Division director, higher education.. 1 13,749 1

15,059

15,052 Branch director, higher education programs.

14,061 1 15, 538 1 15,538 Chief of section, arts and sciences.

13, 749

14, 581 1 14, 581 Specialist, business and public administration..

1 15. 038 1 16, 973 1 16, 973 Branch director, college and university administration.

1 14,706 1 16,016 Chief of section, State and regional

1 16,016 organization.

1 14,061 1 15, 538 1 15,538 Chief of section, business administration..

1 13,749 1 15, 059 1 15,059 Chief of section, faculty and student services..

1 13,749 1 14, 581 1 Assistant commissioner and director

14, 581 of elementary and secondary educa. tion

1 15, 059 1 15,059 Branch director, exceptional children and youth..

1 14, 581 1 Branch director, instructional pro

14,581 grams.

1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 16. 494 Chief of section, elementary schools.. 1 14,706 1 16,016 1 16 016 Assistant director, instructional programs

1 13, 749 1 15. 059 1 15 059 Branch director, administration

1 14, 394 1 16, 016 1 16, 016 Chief of section, State school systems. 1 14, 061 1 15, 538 i 15,538 Chief of section, local school administration..-

1 14, 061 1 15, 538 Chief of section, school finance.

1 15,538

1 14,061 1 15, 538 1 15.538 Chief of section, school housing.

1 14,061 1 15, 538 1 19, 538 Specialist, State school administration.

1 13, 749 Branch director, library services..

1 14, 394 1 16,016 1 16, 016 Branch director, adult education.

1 13, 749

1 14, 581 1 14, 581 Division director, continuing education and cultural affairs...

1 14. 581 Director, project disadvantaged.

1 14. 581 Coordinator, basic data system.

1 14. 581 Division director, international education studies..

1 15, 829 1 14, 581 1 14.551 Deputy division director, international education studies..

1 14. 581 1 14,581 Branch director, comparative education..

1 14, 581 1 14.581

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Grades and ranges:
G8-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

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

Food and drug officer.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

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..

72, 522 -24, 716

170, 222 -45, 393 -1, 429

170, 222 - 46, 793

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1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

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80,931

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Grades and ranges-Continued

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245—Continued ber salary ber salary ber salary Assistant branch director, home economics..

1 $12, 230 1 $13, 270 1 $13,270 Assistant branch director, trade and industrial education..

1 12, 230 13, 270 1 Assistant branch director, agricul

13, 270 tural education...

1 12, 230 1 13,270 1 13, 270 Specialist for program administration 1 12, 230 1 14, 976 1 14, 976 Chief of section, practical nurse education...

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Program officer, vocational education. 1

12, 230

1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Specialist, vocational education

13 158, 990 18 235, 116 18 235, 116 Executive assistant, school assistance in federally affected areas.

1 12, 750 1 13, 707 1 13, 707 Associate director, field coordination.. 1 13,000 1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Assistant branch director, field opertions

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 Associate chief of section, mainte

14, 123 nance and operations.

1
12, 750

1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Assistant chief of section, school construction..

1 12,854 1 12,854 School plant planning consultant

1

12, 480 Regional representative, school assist

ance in federally affected areas. 9 113, 380 9 121, 615 Associate regional representative,

9 121, 615 school assistance in federally affected areas.

1 13,000 1

14, 123 1 14,123 Branch director, grants and loans.

1

12, 480 Specialist, State grants..

8 99, 340

12 159, 366 12 159, 366 Program management officer

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 Finance loan officer.

13, 270

1 13, 790 1 15, 413 1 15, 413 Chief, field operations.

1 12, 480 1

13,707 1

13, 707 Chief of section, college and university assistance

6 74, 650 6

80, 931 Head of unit, college and university assistance.

2
24, 460 2 26, 540

2 26, 540 Specialist, college and university assistance

1
13,790 1

15, 413

1 15, 413 Regional representative, college and university assistance

9 111, 570 9 121, 178 Administrative assistant, program

9 121, 178 direction and services.

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 13, 707 Branch director, publications

1 12,750

14, 123 1 14, 123 Branch director, education information.

1 13,000 1 14, 560 1 14, 560 Special assistant, education information..

1 12, 480 1 13,707 1 Branch director, personnel manage

13,707 ment.

1 12, 480 1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Assistant to the executive officer..

1 12,854 1 12,854 Legislative reference officer..

1 12, 480 1 13, 270 1 13, 270 Chief of section, program direction and services.

6 74, 400 6

81, 784

6 81, 784 Specialist, program and legislative planning.

1 12, 230 2

25, 708

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

25, 708 146 140

160

1, 602, 560 1, 650, 513 1,873, 913 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995..

54 495, 626 70 687, 746 78 763, 626 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

65 511, 635 61 517, 319 77 646, 119 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700

66 439, 542 64 454, 232 71 500, 971 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

3 19, 323 2 13, 436 2 13, 436 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

88 504, 997 95 570, 851 107 637, 499 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

85 460, 936 96 547,728 104 588, 160 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

206
210

234

985, 125 1,053, 233 1, 163, 057 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

100 424, 413 88 386, 489 108 468, 849 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

34 128, 737 47 185, 610 49 193, 264 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

3 10, 961 4 15, 310 4 15, 310 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

3 9, 609 3 9, 902 3 9, 902 Total permanent

1,099
1, 153

1,298

8, 810, 224 Deduct

9, 932, 987 11,086, 725 Lapses..

729, 960 1,002, 293 Net decrease due to lower pay scales.

787, 395

163, 964 Add net increase due to higher pay scales.

377, 270 Net permanent (average number, net salary)..

1, 007.9 1,034.7 11, 208. 9

8,080, 264 Positions other than permanent:

8,766, 730 10, 676, 600 Temporary employment..

113, 040 138,000 100,000 Intermittent employment.

152, 876

149, 695 Other personnel compensation:

162, 195 Regular pay above 52-week base...Overtime and holiday pay.-

91, 300

28, 754 Total personnel compensation..

8, 374, 934 9,054, 425 11,030, 095

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Grades and ranges-Continued
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925-Continued
Chief, technical assistance and ex-

change programs.
Executive officer, educational assist-

ance programs.. Branch director, area vocational edu

cation. Assistant director, State plans and

grants.. Assistant director for program coordi

nation.. Branch director, distributive educa

tion.. Branch director, home economics edu

cation Branch director, trade and industrial

education.. Branch director, agricultural educa

tion. Branch director, cultural affairs. Chief, educational research informa

tion center.. Specialist, project teacher education.. Associate director, school assistance in

federally affected areas..
Chief of section, school construction..
Chief of section, maintenance and

operation..
Branch director, field operations..
Division director, State grants.
Branch director, grants and loans.
Chief of section, loans to schools..
Chief of section, guidance and counsel-

ing....
Branch director, instructional equip-

ment...
Division director, college and uni-

versity assistance.
Branch director, student financial aid.
Branch director, graduate fellowships.
Branch director, counseling and

guidance institutes.
Branch director, language develop-

ment...
Confidential assistant to the com-

missioner.
Special assistant to the commissioner.
Assistant to the deputy commissioner.
Director, reports and publications -
Executive officer...
Financial management officer.
Division director, legislative and pro-

gram planning.
Chief of branch, Federal education pro-

grams.-Division director, field services. Assistant division director, field sery

ices..
Regional representative.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Program coordinator.
Chief, planning and administration...
Branch director, studies and surveys.
Chief of section, educational statistics.
Chief of unit, educational statistics.
Head of unit, educational statistics.
Analytical statistician...
Mathematical statistician.
Systems coordinator...
Consultant, educational statistics.
Head program specialist, educational

statistics...
Specialist, educational statistics.
Research coordinator, educational re-

search.
Chief of section, educational research.
Chief, visual education service.
Specialist, educational research
Executive assistant...
Research coordinator, higher educa-

tion..
Specialist, higher education.
Head, State education organization

and administration...... Head of unit, elementary and second

ary education. Specialist, elementary and secondary

education. Assistant branch director, library

services.. Executive officer, division of con

tinuing education and cultural

affairs
Specialist, continuing education and

cultural affairs.
Specialist, mental retardation..
Reports officer
Assistant division director, interna-

tional education studies.
Assistant to the director for special

studies Specialist, international education. Program officer, educational assist

ance programs. Specialist, area vocational education..

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ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS

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OFFICE OF EDUCATION- Continued

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENT8—Continued

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

$51, 100

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204.3

$1,689, 049

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

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent:

Temporary.

Intermittent.
Other personnel compensation:

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

Total personnel compensation...

231.5 $2,179,000

27,000 25, 600 16,000

1,000 112,000 2, 360, 600

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $12, 750 1 $12,854 1 $12,854 1 12, 230 3 38, 535

51, 380 4

50, 210 2 22, 589

1 11, 170 1 7, 571 3 17, 430 1 5, 554 1 5, 554 1 5, 491

1 6,074 1 6,074 1 4,347 1

4, 576 2 9, 152 1 4,056 2

8, 382

2

8,382 1 3,765 18 167,937 10 90, 556 13

119, 147 7 67,500 1 6, 348 2 16,394

1,040

1,000 112,000 2,024,000

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

for college housing...
Specialist, education problems on

juvenile delinquency.
Manpower utilization officer
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
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 increase 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.

Total personnel compensation...

1, 789, 906

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

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OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 2 $35, 500 2 $35, 500 2

$35, 500 1 14,061

15, 059

1 15,059 13, 749

14,581 1 14, 581 1 12, 230 1 12, 854 1 12,854

1 12,854 5 61, 920

5
65, 539

5 65, 539 1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 12,854 1 12, 480 1 13, 270 1 13, 270 15 163, 617 15 172, 977 15 172, 977 16 144, 750 16 153, 341 17 162, 826 12 92, 642 13 106, 540 14 114,590 13 86, 445 13 90, 419 14 97, 098 1 6, 552 1

6, 926

1 6,926 13 72, 588 13 75, 321 13 75, 321

8 42, 016 8 43, 761 8 43, 761 26 123, 345 26 128, 877 27 133, 453 13 56, 056 13 57, 986 13 57, 986 2 8,071 2 8, 403

2 8, 403 1 3, 515 1

3,682 1 3,682

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1 17, 100

17, 100 48, 840 4 48, 840 4 40, 056

40, 056 3 20, 220 3 20, 220 2 12, 360

2 12, 360 146 1, 100, 343 147 1, 156, 466 28 212, 243 7 55, 466

14,000

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

excess of $14,565:
Scientist...
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Public health program specialist.

Scientist...
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:
Administrative officer..
Engineer...
Public health program specialist..
Scientist..

Statistician.
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..
Grades established by act of July 1, 1944

(42 U.S.C. 207):
Assistant surgeon general..
Director grade..
Senior grade.
Full grade..
Senior assistant grade..

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.

Total personnel compensation...

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1 17, 100 4 48, 840 5 50, 136 3 20, 220

2 12, 360 153 1, 208, 188

9 67, 188

40,000

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...
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:
Assistant director.
Chief, division
Regional representative.
Medical officer...
Chairman, policy planning and legis-

lative staff..
Consultant, international affairs
Special assistant to the assistant

director... Associate regional representative

health and medical. GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Chief, division.
Assistant chief, division
Editor, public information specialist..
Regional representative....
Executive secretary-study section
Associate regional representative,

health and medical..
Research analyst.
Assistant regional representative..
Consultant, psychology and social

work.
Consultant, deaf and hard of hearing-
Consultant, placement.

Consultant, mental retardation 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. G8-6. $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 annual rates equivalent to $12,845 or above..

Total permanent.
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales

for part of year...

118

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $18,512 1 $20,010 1 $20,010 1 16,806 1 19,011 1 19,011 2 31, 034 2 34,028 2 34, 528 1 14,394 1 16, 016 1 16, 016 5 69, 669 6 91, 230 6 93, 150 7 98,079 7 105, 795 7 109, 155 1

15, 038 1 16,494 3 47, 091 1 14,061 1 15, 538 1 15, 538 1 14,394 1

15, 538 1 16,016 1 13,749

1 15,059 1 15, 538 1 15, 038 2 32, 988 2

32, 988 4 51, 190 3 41, 935 3 42, 360 2 24, 700 3 39, 010 4 53, 514 1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 2 25, 730 2. 28, 240

2 28, 665 2 24, 680 2

26, 540 2 27, 390 1 13, 520 1 14,976 1 14, 976

3 38, 562 4 51, 416 2 25, 690 2 26, 540 1 12,854 1 13, 270 1 12,854 1 13, 270 1 12,854 1 13, 270

3 38, 562 36 386, 341 34 401,064 40 474, 686 25 235, 095

252, 725 26 267, 636 13 103, 742 15 128, 625 15 131, 280 1 8, 320 1 9, 250 1 9, 250 8 54, 781 5 36, 975 6 44, 102 15 84, 210 13 82, 195 13 82, 935 29 146, 580 28 159, 180 28 160, 702 26 129, 637 28 144, 140 33 168, 620 17 72, 795 18 79, 720 19 84, 958 8 32, 275 11 45, 050 11 45, 680 2 7,105 1 3, 890 1 3, 890

1 20,000 1 20,000 1 20,000 215 1,753, 705 224 2,011, 306 245 2,249, 720 10.7 64, 656 13.8 110,006 13.5 121, 820

37, 300

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

Public health program specialist.
Scientist
Statistician.
Medical officer.

Medical staff assistant
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,075.
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.
GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.
GS-1.($3,245 to $4,190.
Grades established by act of July 1, 1944

(42 U.S.O. 207):
Director grade..
Senior grade.
Full grade..
Senior assistant grade.

Assistant grade.. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845..

Total permanent. Deduct

Lapses.....

$87, 130 36, 690 12, 230 13, 520 12, 230 477, 581 437, 950 273, 685 231, 589 212, 514 119, 122 540, 642 217, 880 81, 291

4, 139 13, 852

9 $118, 203 3 38, 562 1 12, 854 1 14,976 1 12,854 53 604, 651 57 549, 777 53 435, 731 46 315, 338 43 254. 264 22 124, 070 128 633, 130 64 272,813 27 108, 405

4, 307 14, 520

9 $118, 203 3 38, 562 1 12, 854 1 14,976 1 12,854 56 638, 161 61 587, 717 53 435, 731 48 328, 692 43 254, 264 22 124, 070 133 656,010 67 285, 167 29 116, 059 1 4, 307 4 14, 520

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.
Nightwork differential.
Post differentials and cost-of-living al-

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6, 916, 700

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Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year. 1940 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. is Other personnel compensation:

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

488.6

3,430, 498

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12, 230 100, 690 212, 369

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

Chief of branch.

Public health program specialist.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Executive officer..
Public health program specialist..
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.
G8-7. $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.
Grades established by act of July 1, 1944

(42 U.S.C. 207):
Director grade..
Senior grade.
Full grade.
Senior assistant grade.
Assistant grade..

5, 496,000

12,854 122, 468 263, 771 124, 886 290, 791

7, 301 54, 768

7, 134 114,028

90, 293 216, 619 150, 211 72, 129

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Grades and ranges:

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

excess of $16,000: Scientist..

4 $64, 531 4 $72,051 GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Scientist

1 (18-15. $14,565 to $17,925: Administrative officer.

2 27, 498 2 29, 162 Public health program specialist.

14, 394 1 16, 016 Scientist.

1 14,061 1 15, 059 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245: Administrative officer.

1 13,000

14, 560 Engineer.

1 12, 230

13, 270 Financial management officer.

12, 480

13, 707 Information specialist. Personnel officer.

12, 480 1 13, 270 Property management officer

1 12. 480

13, 707 Public health program specialist.

4 50, 460 4 51, 416 Scientist.

10 126, 170 12 162, 320 Statistician.

2 24, 710 2 26, 977 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

31 343, 794 40 470, 891 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

37 346, 425 47 467, 407 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

59 458, 512 63 526, 120 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

1 7,342 1

7,800 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..

62

73 423, 215

519,067 G8-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

25, 209 5 32, 966 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

79 449, 371 96 562, 914 G8-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

43 233, 917 42 241, 206 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

183

188 835, 433

959, 002 G8-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

106 435, 448 98 413, 428 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

88 337, 003 95 381, 782 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

43 154, 636 46 171, 677 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

25 84, 439 25 90, 056 Grades established by act of July 1, 1944

(42 U.S.C. 207): Director grade

48 502, 976 48 503, 816 Senior grade

28 248, 100 30 264, 580 Full grade.

81

573, 422 80 567, 803 Senior assistant grade.

33 203, 239 33 203, 168 Assistant grade.

4

4

12, 449 Ungraded positions at annual rates:

$12,845 or above: Medical officer.. Less than $12,845.

13, 484

1

10,650 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv. alent to less than $12,845..

217

212 1,031, 427

1,006, 988

1 14, 560 2 26, 124 1 13, 707

12, 854 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 5 67, 481 12 162, 320

2 26, 977 61 704, 402 82 792, 788 114 934, 550 1

7, 800 152

1,039, 668 5 32, 966 116 668, 608

47 263, 270 523

2, 400, 508 226 930, 672 167 648, 941 46 171, 677 25 90, 056

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Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $14,565:
Medical officer
GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Public health program specialist. GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Medical oflicer.

Statistician
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.

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