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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $6,885 1 $7, 530 1 1 5,699 3 18,678 3

18,856 6 34, 420 4 23, 587

24,086 6 31, 825 6 31, 159 6 31, 688 54 250, 394 54 259, 146 54 261, 580 2 12, 106 2 12,397

12,397 70 341, 329 70 352, 497 70 356, 117 8.5 37, 984 5

5 17, les 5,756

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Grades and ranges:

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.. Ungraded positions at hourly rate equivalent to less than $12,845..

Total permanent...
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net salary)---
Other personnel compensation:

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

Total personnel compensation..-

14, 421

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ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-18. $20,000: Chief

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

$20,000 Deputy chief.

1 16,536 1 18,500 1 GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

19,000 Assistant chief.

1 15, 267 1 16, 500 1 17,000 Chief inspector..

15, 267 1 16,000

16,500 Special agent in charge.

2
30, 534

2 32, 500 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

33, 500 Aide to the assistant chief

14, 565 Inspector...

5 68, 797

59, 700

61, 620 Special agent in charge.

2
28, 142

3
44, 175

6 89, 310 Assistant special agent in charge..

72, 825 Administrative officer.

1 14,565 GS-14, $12,845 to $16,245: Aide to assistant chief.

1 13, 270 Special agent in charge

8 100, 901 8 108, 707 13 172, 565 Assistant special agent in charge.

4 49, 171 5

65, 075

12, 845 Assistant to special agent in charge.

3 38, 535 Inspector...

2 25, 690 2 Administrative officer.

25, 690

1 12, 750 1 14, 120 GS-13. $11, 150 to $14,070..

27 292, 300 36 417, 460 51 587, 458 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

81 759, 900 72 725, 355 53 543, 198 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165

112 885, 026 142 1, 198, 569 155 1,332, 576 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

13
91, 125 2

16, 540

2 16, 540 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

55 360, 730 57 385, 880 105 713, 934 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935

8 51, 984 6 41, 665 6 41, 870 G8-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

63 356, 908 68 400, 195 87 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

516, 575 44 241, 870

255, 540 59 327, 653 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

44 213, 158 47 244, 775 26 127, 400 GS-4. $1,110 to $5,370.

14 60, 004 22 93, 300 18 75, 324 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

2 8, 819

7 27. 835 7 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

27, 415 1 3, 560

2 7, 120 Total permanent.

490 3,681, 261 535 4, 248, 471 Deduct

611 4,918, 463 Lapses.

37 262, 357 9 39, 326 9 77, 567 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year.

69,000 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

111, 000 Net permanent (average number,

net salary):
United States and possessions.--- 453 3, 418, 904 526 4, 140, 145 599 4, 925, 091
Foreign countries: U.S. rates..

3 Other personnel compensation:

26, 805 Regular pay above 52-week base. Overtime and holiday pay.-----

36, 836 160, 165

213, 340 409, 732 Nightwork differential

2, 029 Post differential and cost-of-living al

2, 326

2, 402 lowances..---

5, 594
6, 469

15, 180 Total personnel compensation... 3, 586, 692 4, 362, 280 5, 416, 046

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

ber salary ber salary ber salary GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000: Director of the Mint..

1 $17, 576 1 $20,010 1 $20,010 Assistant Director of the Mint.

1 16,536 1 18,013 1 18,512 GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Assistant to the Director.

1 15, 267 1 16,515 1 16,515 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925: Chief accountant.

1 13,749 1 14, 581 1 15,099 Superintendent.

3 42, 536 3 44. 221 3 46.614 Assistant superintendent and chief clerk.

2 28, 121 3 45, 657 3 46.614 Technical consultant to the Director.. 1

14, 394

1 16, 005 1 16,003 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245: Assayer.

1 13, 520 1 12,854 1 13,270 Assistant chief accountant.

1 12, 480

1 13, 707 1 14,133 Assistant superintendent and chief clerk

1 12, 230 Assistant technical consultant to the Director

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 14. 123 Chief, Coin Management Division.. 1 13, 520 1 14,976 1 14.976 Engraver.

1 13, 520 1 14,976 1 Internal auditor.

1
12, 480

1 12,854 1 13, 220 Superintendent of cojning division..

2 26, 977 2 27,383 Superintendent of melting and refining division...

3 39, 415 3 40, 663 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

10 112, 973 10 119, 101 10 120.091 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

16 155, 549 12 127, 222 12 128, 518 G8-11, $8,045 to $10,165.

22 181, 871 30 277, 035 30 280.005 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

10 79, 128

3 26, 440 3 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

15 104,804 15 114, 260 15 115, 715 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

9 61, 809 10 73, 221 10 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205..

38 238, 425 38 249, 616 38 253.30 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

24 137, 988 23 141, 821 23 144,073 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

40 202, 968 40 216, 608 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

99 447, 778 99 480, 459 99 484,092 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830..

28 109, 150 30 118, 972 30 120.411 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505..

22 82, 918 6 21, 807 6 22. 203 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

714
729

788

3,837, 036 4,013, 874 4, 442, 744 Total permanent..

11,064
1,067

1, 126
5, 991, 076 6, 305, 320

6,764,810 DeductLapses..

37.3
23.4

29.6

210,061 134, 141 179, 703 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year.

38,834 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.

61,091 Net permanent (average number, net salary)---

1,026.7 1,043.6

5,781, 015 6, 132, 345 Positions other than permanent; Tempo

6,646,13 rary employment.--

24,000 24,000

Major
Inspector
Captain.
Lieutenant
Sergeant.
Corporal..
Private technician..
Private...
Grades and ranges:

G8-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
08-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

Total permanent. Deduct lapses... Add net increase due to higher pay scale for part of year. Net permanent (average number,

net salary).
Other personnel compensation:

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

Total personnel compensation. --

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

1 $12, 578 1 $12, 578 1 $13, 375 1 10, 965 1 10, 965

11, 775 5 44, 129 5 45, 258 5 50, 375 8 68, 103 8 68, 104 8 75, 425 8 62,866

8 63,468 24 199, 800 16 116, 538 16 116, 538

3 20, 727 3 20, 727 3 22, 830 127 803, 369 177 1, 130, 556 177 1,275, 852 1 5, 845

1
6,225

1 6, 460 170 1, 145, 120 220 1, 474, 419 220 1,655, 892 10

62,924 50 343, 637 7 38,689

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

ber salary ber salary GS-18. $20,000:

salary Director

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

1 16,536 1 18, 512 1 GS-16. $14,565 to $17,925:

19, 011 Controller.

1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 16, 973 Chief, office of industrial relations

1 14, 061 1 15, 538 1 16, 016 Chief, office of plant facilities and industrial procurement.

1 14, 394 1 16, 016 1 16, 016 Chief, office of research and development engineering

15, 038 1 16, 973 1 16, 973 Chief, office of industrial services.

14, 706 1 16, 494 1 Chief, office of engraving and plate

16, 494 manufacturing

1 14,706 1 16, 016 1 16, 494 Chief, oflice of currency and stamp manufacturing

1 13, 749 1 15, 059 1 15, 538 Chief, office of surface printing and ink manufacturing

1 14,394 1 16, 016 1 16,016 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245: Associate controller.

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Head, internal audit staff..

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Head, research branch..

1 13,000 1

12,854

1 13, 270 Assistant chief, office of industrial relations.

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Assistant chief, office of industrial services...

1 12, 750 1 14, 123 1 14, 123 Assistant chief, office of research and development engineering

1 13, 520 1

15, 413 1 15, 413 Assistant chief, office of engraving and plate manufacturing..

1 12, 480 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Superintendent of division.

51, 250 4 54, 807 4

55, 660 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

19 212, 413 19 231, 754 19 234, 313 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

22 206, 710 23 235, 732 22 231, 572 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

41 332, 571 41 354, 013 41 361, 935 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

4 30, 347 5

40, 435 5 40, 914 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

48 335, 090 41 302, 974 41 305, 449 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

2 12, 272 3 20, 154 3 20, 362 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

53 319, 614 56 351, 230 52 329, 930 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

32 183, 812 35 211, 476 35 212, 472 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005

116 594, 645 111 585, 473 111 593, 375 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

221
213

210

989, 706 1,003, 115 1,001, 994 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830

148 640,005 127 577,913 124 568, 220 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

10 39, 726 10 39, 524 10 39, 732 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

14 56, 282 14

14 69,036 Ungraded positions at annual rates less than $12,845.

39 340,772 37 342, 956 37 342, 956 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv

alent to $12,845 or above: Picture engraver (bank note).

3 40,990 3 41,677 3 41, 677 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845..

2, 444
12,356

2,281

12, 577, 180 12, 745, 486 12, 360,081 Total permanent..

3, 237
3,115

3,029

17, 203, 999 17, 462, 392 17,068, 101 DeductLapses.

248.0
147.8

92.0

1, 220, 252 734, 706 451, 191 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year.

21, 325 120,378 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.--

109, 612
Net permanent (average number,
net salary).

2,989.0 2,967.2 2, 937.0
15, 962, 422

16, 607, 308 16, 726, 522 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

126,000 Overtime and holiday pay..

202, 550

300,000 235,000 Nightwork differential..

340, 199 345,000 340,000 Add excess of annual leave earned over leave taken....

168,049 Total personnel compensation.... 16, 673, 220 17, 252, 308 17,427,522

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total DIRECT PERSONNEL COMPENSATION ber salary ber

salary ber salary Military: Active...

27, 398
27, 569

30, 693

$79, 936, 000 $82, 606, 000 Civilian:

$92, 586,000 Grades and ranges: GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Chief counsel.

1 16, 307 1 18, 013 1 18,013 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925: Accountant...

1 13, 749 1 14, 581

14, 581 Accounting officer.

1 13, 749 1 14, 581 1 15, 059 Attorney-adviser.

2 27, 810 2

30, 597 2 31, 075 Electronics engineer (general).

1 13, 749 1 15, 059 1 15, 059 Electronics engineer (radio).

1 15, 038 1 16, 494 1 16, 494 Personnel officer..

14, 581 1 15, 059 Supervisory general engineer.

14, 394 1 16, 016 1 16, 016 Supervisory naval engineer.

3 45, 114 3 50, 440 3 50, 440 Supply specialist.

1
15, 038

1 17, 930 1 17, 930 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245: Accountant...

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

1 12, 480 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Aeronautical engineer

1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 12, 854 Assistant personnel officer.

12, 854 1

13, 270 Attorney-adviser..

1 12, 230 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Auditor

1 13, 270 2 27, 830 2 27, 830 Budget officer.

1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 13, 270 Chemical engineer..

1 12,854 Construction management engineer. 2 26, 000 2 28, 246 2 29, 120 Electronic engineer (general).

1
12, 230
1 12, 854

1 12, 854 Hearing examiner.

16 206, 933 16 212, 778 Management analyst.

1 12, 230 1 12, 854 1 12,854 Personnel officer..

1 13,000 Supervisory electronic engineer.

3 37, 460 3 39, 831 3 40, 684 Supervisory general engineer.

3 37, 980 3 41, 100 3 41, 974 Supervisory naval architect.

1 12, 230 1 12, 854

1 13, 270 Supply specialist.

2 24, 460 2 25, 708 2 25, 708 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.

63 716,878 47 569, 885 48 591, 275 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

95
97

106

911, 925 1,013, 915 1, 113, 770 GS-11, $8,045 to $10,165..

133
133

135

1,082, 843 1, 183, 383 1, 217, 288 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

13 100, 277 11 94, 031 11 94, 766 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

159
156

162

1,096, 586 1, 174, 587 1, 234, 899 GS-8 $6,090 to $7,935.

27 177, 737 26 183, 454 26 186, 524 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

201
200

200

1, 209, 006 1, 279, 335 1, 295, 985 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

85 474, 675 96 564, 744 96 572, 054 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

343
338

340

1, 739, 387 1,805, 408 1,838, 400 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370..

606
597

603

2,686, 944 2,814, 886 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830..

2,878, 654 410 388

388 1, 642, 867 1,655, 533

1, 680, 523 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

40 157, 864 36 149, 982 36 152, 082 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

8 25, 437 8 29, 795 8 30, 320 Grades established by head of agency:

Lighthouse keepers and light at-
tendants.

73 311, 505 73325, 783 73 326, 068 Ungraded positions at annual rates:

$12,845 or above: Quarterman mechanic.

1 12, 563 1 12, 896 1 12, 896 Less than $12,845.

112 840, 315 112 849, 612 112 849, 612 Ungraded

positions at daily rates equivalent to less than $12,845..

1, 137
1, 137

1, 137

6,321, 692 6,357, 319 6,357, 319 Total permanent...

3, 538
3,506

3, 533

19, 933, 709 20,759, 422 21, 152, 602 DeductLapses...

-294
-244

-244

-1, 590, 909 -1,358, 722 Net decrease due to lower pay scales

-1,556, 402 for part of year.

-181,200 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year..

214, 400
Net permanent (average number,
net salary)...

3, 244
3, 262

3, 289

18, 342, 800 19, 219, 500 19, 810, 600 Positions other than permanent:

Part-time employment, lamplighters. 165,000 170,200 174, 200
Foreign countries: Local rates.

16, 160
18,000

18,000 Intermittent employment..

840
1,000

1,000 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

100,000 Overtime and holiday pay..

38, 100
40, 500

41, 400 Nightwork differential.

2, 900
3,000

3,000 Overtime and holiday pay, marine inspection (46 U.S.C. 3825).

26, 100
27,000

27,000 Cost-of-living allowance..

101, 200 106,000 109, 300 Additional compensation in lieu of

overtime and night differential
pay.

49, 500
50, 800

52,500
Total personnel compensation, ci-
vilian..

18,742, 600 19, 636,000 20,337,000 Total direct personnel compensation. 98, 678, 600 102, 242,000 112, 923,000

o 1,187

58, 932

1962 actual

1963 estimate 1964 estimate

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Civilian:
Grades and ranges:

G9-12. $9,475 to $11.995..
GS-9. $6,675 to $8.700.
G8-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
G9-5. $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:

Less than $12,845. Ungraded positions at daily rates equiv

alent to less than $12,845..

2 36 44 28 1 5

Num- Total ber salary

$9, 485 13, 562 22, 296 11, 482 179, 294 198, 120 109. 206

4,347 16,015

$10,421 21,383 24, 981 18, 200 186, 180 204, 887 88, 044 4,618

35 43 21 1

1 $10, 754 3 21, 840 4

25,168 3

18,200 35

188, 342 43 211,099 21 1 4,618

88.668

289

$849,000

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Num. Total Num. Total COMPENSATION

ber

salary ber salary Military....

3, 107

3,075

$8, 021, 000 $7, 947,000 Civilian: Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.--

14 81,000 9 56,000 Total reimbursable personnel com. pensation.

3, 121

3,084

8, 102,000 8,003, 000 Total personnel compensation... 106,780,600 110, 245,000

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724, 303 146 734, 278

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ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS

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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

Overtime and holiday pay ---
Nightwork differential.

All personnel compensation, civilian.
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Coast GUARD YARD FUND

Military, active..
Civilian:
Grades and ranges:

G8-13. $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 $4,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

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22, 340 71, 117 189, 325 283, 675

6. 302 175, 623 41,952 29, 036 85, 256 53, 267

1962 actual

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

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Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay..
Cost-of-living allowance...
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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total

ber salary ber salary ber salary Military:

Personnel compensation, military... 34 $130, 114 36 $141, 937 36 $142,000 Civilian: Grades and ranges: GS-13. $11.150 to $14.070.

4 45, 178 5 60,923 5 61,672 GS-12. $9.475 to $11.995..

8 77, 501 8 81, 536 8 83,658 GS-11. $8.045 to $10,165.

13 109. 242 15 135, 658 15 135, 928 GS-10. $7.290 to $9,495.

2 16, 307 2 17,056 2 17.056 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

20 138, 694 19 140.442 19 141, 386 GS-8. $6,090 to $7.935.

2 13, 770 2 14, 664 2 14,664 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

28 167, 731 23 147,056 23 147, 430 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

4 23, 296 5 30,513 5 30,513 GS-5, $4,565 to $6,005.

21 110,760 22 118, 581 22 118,914 GS-4. $4.110 to $5.370.

27 124, 842 32 155, 396 32 155, 834 GS-3. $3,820 to 4,830.

46 190, 195 47 196, 996 47 198, 578 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

4

3 11,876 3 12,085 Ungraded positions at annual rates: $12,845 or above: Master electrician.

13, 541

13, 957

13.957 Master mechanic (machine shops),

13, 541

13, 957 1 13,957 Master mechanic (structural and welding shops).

1 13, 541 1 Master pipefitter.

13, 957

13, 957 1 13, 541 1

13. 957

13, 957
Master woodworker

1
13, 541

1

13, 957 Less than $12, 845..

13, 957

74 574,850 86 665, 913 86 666, 508 Ungraded positions at daily rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

929

915

5, 276, 190 5,317, 482 Total permanent..

1,187

1, 189 Deduct

6,951, 362 7, 163, 877 Lapses.

6

32, 637 6 Net decrease due to lower pay scales

31, 864 for part of year Add net increase due to higher pay

17,866 scales for part of year.

19, 447 Net permanent (average number net salary).

1,181

1,183 6,918, 725

7, 114, 147

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7, 177, 022 5 20,730

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OPERATING EXPENSES

1962 actual

1963 estimate

1964 estimate

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Grades and ranges:

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

excess of $20,000: Chairman.

1 $22,500 Commissioner

88,000 General manager..

1 22,000 Deputy general manager.

1 20, 500 Assistant general manager.

6 117,000 General counsel.

1 19, 500 Controller.

1 19, 000 Division director.

10 189, 500 Manager of operations office.

2 38,000 Grades established by the Atomic Energy

Commission equivalent to general

schedule grades:
GS-18. $20,000
Associate general counsel.

1 18, 512
Deputy controller.
Deputy assistant general manager. 2 37,024
Deputy division director.

6 111,310 Deputy manager of operations office. 2 37, 024 Division director...

6 111,072 Manager of operations office.

7 129, 584 Secretary to the commission.

1 18, 512 Special assistant.

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

3 51, 958 Assistant division director

11 185, 866
Assistant manager of operations office. 7 119,662
Assistant general counsel...
Branch chief...

50, 668 Deputy division director

69, 451 Deputy general counsel..

34, 112 Deputy manager of operations office.

84, 800 Division director...

11 189, 467 Manager of operations office.

2 34, 032 Special assistant

3 51, 188 Associate division director.

2 35, 516 GS-16. $16,000 to $18,000: Area manager.

10 161, 366 Assistant division director.

14 222,518 Assistant general counsel.

11 175, 447 Assistant manager of operations office 17 268, 798 Assistant secretary

1 15, 267 Assistant to division director.

2 31, 824 Branch chief.

2 30, 534 Contract specialist...

1 15, 517 Deputy assistant controller.

3 46,051 Deputy assistant division director.

1

15, 267 Deputy assistant manager of operations office.

6 93, 662 Deputy branch chief.

31,824 Deputy division director.

94, 432 Deputy manager of operations office.

16,037 Division director..

10 160,620 Manager of operations office.

32, 094 Laboratory director.

1 16, 307 Special assistant

6 93, 662 GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925: Administrative officer..

1 14,394 Area manager..

8 118, 550 Assistant area manager.

8 115, 170 Assistant branch chief..

3 44, 118 Assistant division director.

17 250, 149 Assistant general counsel.

8 117, 610 Assistant manager of operations oflice. 3 42, 815 Assistant to division director

6 88, 236 Assistant to manager of operations oflice..

15, 038 Attorney.

13 181, 678 Biologist.

5 71, 824 Biophysicist.

1 14, 394 Branch chief.

106 1,542,662 Chemist.

3 44, 117 Communications officer. Contract specialist..

5 71, 970 Deputy area manager.

4 58, 170 Deputy assistant division director. 6 73, 716 Deputy assistant manager of operations office..

2 28. 110 Deputy branch chief.

1 15, 038 Deputy division director.

16 233, 020 Division director...

101

1, 471, 138 Engineer.

27 391, 303 Hearing examiner.

3 44, 138 Industrial hygienist.

1 13, 749 Information officer.

1 14, 061 Inspector.

1 14, 706 Labor relations officer.

1 15,038 Liaison officer.

2 28, 788 Medical officer.

15, 038 Metallurgist..

1 14,061 Operations research analyst..

14,394 Patent adviser.

16, 038

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Commission equivalent to general Num. Total | Num. Total Num- Total schedule grades-Continued

ber salary ber GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925—Continued

salary ber salary Patent attorney.

2 $29,085 2 $32, 032 Physical scientist.

2 $32, 490

1 14, 706 3 46, 134 3 46, 612 Physicist.

4 57, 848 9 142, 708 16 238, 309 Program analyst.

15, 558 1 17, 930 1 Project oflicer

17, 930

7 98, 452 8 125, 705 8 127, 140 Section chief..

2 27,810 2 30, 597 2 31, 554 Special assistant.

15 220, 394 16 261, 516 16 265, 346 Statistician.

1 14,381 1 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

15,059 Accountant..

12 151,070 13 181, 081 13 183, 720 Administrative officer

3 37, 710 2 28, 240 2 28, 605 Assistant area manager.

3 38, 710

63,080 4 44, 355 Assistant branch chief.

8 101,720 9 125.030 9 127, 235 Assistant division director.

6 74,820 7 95, 865 6 67, 625 Assistant general counsel.

1 13, 250 2 25. 708 2 26, 340 Assistant to division director..

2 27,020 2 29, 940

60, 730 Assistant to manager of operations oflice.

2 26. 240 3 40, 660 3 41,085 Attorney.

15 188, 650 16 217,860 19 260, 202 Auditor.

8 103, 970 9 127, 996 9 130, 576 Biochemist

3 38, 480 3 43, 285 3 44. 180 Biologist

50, 480 6 68,963 6 84, 927 Branch chies.

199
199

207

2, 565, 100 2,788,272 2,914, 376 Budget examiner.

6 75, 400 6 82, 667 6 84, 361 Chemist..

6 77, 990 7 100, 199 7 101, 477 Classification analyst.

14 184, 560 16 229, 148 18 257, 848 Community management officer

2 28, 215 3 44.515 3 44, 670 Contract administrator..

8 101,060 14 188,755 14 191. 636 Contract specialist...

8 100, 110 8 110,551 8 112, 673 Data processing specialist..

1 12, 230 1 13. 270 1 13.707 Deputy assistant division director.. 2 24, 980 2 27, 393 2 28, 267 Deputy assistant manager for operations..

1 13, 770 Deputy division director.

27 351, 250 27 378, 365 26 366.516 Division director.

23 301,630 16 230, 595 16 231, 870 Engineer...

153
205

225

1,972, 280 2,888, 434 3, 206, 405 Equipment officer.

2 25,500 2 28, 246 2 29, 120 Geologist...

1 13,79)

16, 266 1 16, 266 Health physicist.

25 317, 190 31 445,384 35 615, 201 Historian.

12,750 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Industrial hygienist.

1 12,854 1 13, 270 Information officer..

15 191,670 17 236, 290 17 240, 573 Inspector..

4 50, 180 6 80, 476 6 82, 592 Intelligence officer.

2 26,000 3 41,953 3 42, 806 International affairs oflicer.

8 101,990 7 98,050 7 99,777 Investigator.

5 62, 290 5 68,035 5 69, 762 Labor relations officer.

1 12, 480 2 27,830 2 28, 216 Llaison officer.

8 100, 690 8 110,030 8 112, 194 Management analyst.

6 76,500 6 85, 238 6 86,528 Mathmetician.

1 12, 230 1 12,854 1 13, 270 Medical officer.

2 28, 510 2 32, 400 2 32, 490 Metallurgist.

3 37, 210 6 79, 632 6 81.763 Mobilization specialist.

2 26.000 2 29, 120 2 29, 120 Operations research analyst.

3 38, 750 3 43.690 3 44, 117 Patent adviser.

2 27,020

55,630

56, 480 Patent attorney.

1 12, 730 3 40,660 3 41,085 Personnel officer.

12, 490

2 26, 561 2 27, 393 Physical scientist.

15 195.060 15 214.024 15 217,083 Physicist...

8 102, 760 14 195, 693 19 233, 782 Procedures analyst.

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

6 75, 420 6 81,796 6 83, 927 Program analyst.

12 153, 530 14 197, 333 14 200, 859 Project officer.

13 160, 150 12 159, 824 12 162, 287 Radiologist.

3 39,810

54, 349 Reports analyst.

3 37, 440 3 41.537 3 42,390 Saleguards officer.

2 25, 720 2 28, 246 3 41, 510 Scientific analyst.

1 14, 705 1 16. 266 1 16,005 Section chiel.

13 165, 710 15 212,025 15 215,072 Security officer..

3 38, 250 3 42,816 3 43, 659 Special assistant..

16 204, 450 15 213, 572 15 216, 462 Statistician.

2 25, 750 2 28,683 2 29, 536 Transportation officer

2 25, 500 2 28, 216 2 29,099 Wage and salary analyst.

1 12, 854 1 13, 270 Veterinarian..

2

24, 710 2 26, 977 2 27,830 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

840
905

958

9,341, 721 10,749, 348 11, 473,014 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995..

703
683

700

6,675, 880 6,904, 651 7,321, 358 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165...

534

508

4, 530, 315 4,627, 159 4, 460, 614 G8-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

42 326, 635 41 342, 850 40 348, 294 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

513
483

482

3, 560, 326 3.632, 336 3,624, 628 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935...

200
197

198

1, 324, 446 1,391, 643 1, 405, 657 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205..

460
454

442

2, 757, 220 2,816, 815 2,759, 738 68-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

776

780

4, 286, 945 4, 489, 649 4, 518, 496 GS-8. $4,565 to $6,005.

6, 304, 739 5, 449, 143 5,397, 212

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Grades established by the Atomic Energy Num- Total Num. Total Num- Total

Commission equivalent to general ber salary ber salary ber salary

schedule grades-Continued GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370...

683
649

657

$2,963, 955 $2,953, 841 $3,015, 884 GS-3. $3,925 to $4,955.

239 928, 149 192 788, 958 183 745, 008 GS-2. $3,665 to $4,610.

48 172,044 47 176, 861 43 163, 561 GS-1. $3,350 to $4,295.

12 40, 689 7 25, 238 6 20, 478 Ungraded positions for scientific and tech

nical personnel established under sec. 1610, Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as

amended: AEO scientific representative.

5 81, 599 5 89, 774 6 110, 510 Area manager.

2 32, 136 1 18,013 1 18,013 Assistant division director

24 408, 148 30 568, 840 31 598, 332 Assistant manager of operations office. 2 33, 342 2 36, 525 2 36, 525 Branch chief

31 490, 437 35 617,683 45 805, 977 Chemist..

1 15, 309 1 16, 973 1 17,451 Deputy assistant division director.

1 16, 307 1 18, 013 1 18, 512 Division director.

13 204, 691 14 243, 173 14 243, 173 Engineer..

6 105, 603 6 106, 081 Metallurgist.

1 16,494 1 16, 973 Project officer

6 91, 448 7 119, 657 7 122, 014 Physicist.

1 18, 190 2 37, 940 2 38, 522 Technical assistant.

5 79, 538 8 145, 934 9 166, 901 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv. alent to less than $12,845..

48 270, 936 35 188, 782 12 67, 975 Total permanent

7,571
7, 659

7,720

62, 168, 416 68, 698, 995 70, 848, 786 DeductLapses.

686
578

370
5, 415, 073 5, 484, 211 3, 425, 525

Num. Total Num- Total Num- Total

ber salary ber salary ber salary Deduct--Continued Excess civilian pay over military.- 200

205

210

$2,092, 041 $2,303,784 $2,398, 261 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year...

1,211,000 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year...

1, 225,000 Net permanent (average number,

net salary):
United States and possessions.---6, 658

6,850

7, 114

54, 352, 546 59,374,895 65, 918,835 Foreign countries: U.S. rates. 27 308, 756 26 325, 105 26 331, 165 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.

335, 536 368,000

418,000 Part-time employment.

37, 228

33, 000 Intermittent employment.

229, 039

244, 000 275,00 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

510,000 Overtime and holiday pay.

1, 442, 271 1,577,000 1, 634,000 Nightwork differential

169, 420 180,000 190,000 Post differentials and cost-of-living allowances...

21, 989 22,000

22,000 Payments to other agencies for reimbursable details.

25, 468
26,000

50,000 Total personnel compensation. 56, 922, 253 62, 150,000 69, 382, 000

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