Washington-Baltimore 1997 Salary Table

                    
                                  SALARY TABLE NO. 97-DCB     

      INCORPORATING THE 2.30% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND  A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 7.11%
FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF WASHINGTON-BALTIMORE, DC-MD-VA-WV
(Net Increase: 3.33%)
Effective January 1997 ANNUAL Rates by Grade and Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 GS-1 $13,570 $14,022 $14,473 $14,923 $15,376 $15,640 $16,085 $16,533 $16,553 $16,971 2 15,256 15,620 16,125 16,553 16,739 17,232 17,725 18,217 18,710 19,203 3 16,647 17,202 17,757 18,312 18,866 19,421 19,976 20,531 21,086 21,641 4 18,687 19,311 19,934 20,558 21,181 21,804 22,428 23,051 23,675 24,298 5 20,908 21,605 22,302 23,000 23,697 24,394 25,092 25,789 26,486 27,183 6 23,305 24,082 24,858 25,635 26,411 27,188 27,964 28,741 29,517 30,294 7 25,897 26,760 27,624 28,487 29,350 30,214 31,077 31,940 32,804 33,667 8 28,681 29,637 30,594 31,550 32,507 33,463 34,420 35,376 36,333 37,289 9 31,680 32,736 33,792 34,848 35,904 36,960 38,017 39,073 40,129 41,185 10 34,887 36,050 37,213 38,376 39,540 40,703 41,866 43,029 44,193 45,356 11 38,330 39,608 40,886 42,164 43,442 44,719 45,997 47,275 48,553 49,831 12 45,939 47,471 49,003 50,534 52,066 53,598 55,130 56,661 58,193 59,725 13 54,629 56,450 58,271 60,092 61,913 63,734 65,555 67,375 69,196 71,017 14 64,555 66,707 68,859 71,011 73,163 75,314 77,466 79,618 81,770 83,922 15 75,935 78,466 80,997 83,528 86,059 88,590 91,121 93,652 96,183 98,714
NOTE: Locality rates of pay are considered basic pay only for certain purposes--see "1997 Salary Tables" cover sheet.
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