Senior Executive Service 1999 Pay Scale

Senior Executive Service 1999 Pay Scale


SALARY TABLE 1999-ES (LOC)
BASIC PAY (not including locality pay) ES-1 ES-2 ES-3 ES-4 ES-5 ES-6
102,300 107,100 112,000 118,000 118,400 118,400
LOCALITY PAY AREA ES-1 ES-2 ES-3 ES-4 ES-5 ES-6
Atlanta, GA 109,123 114,244 119,470 125,871 125,900* 125,900*
Boston-Worcester-Lawrence, MA-NH-ME-CT 111,834 117,082 122,438 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI 112,510 117,789 123,178 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN 110,801 116,000 121,307 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Cleveland-Akron, OH 109,379 114,511 119,750 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Columbus, OH 109,932 115,090 120,355 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX 109,942 115,100 120,366 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Dayton-Springfield, OH 109,123 114,244 119,470 125,871* 125,900* 125,900*
Denver-Boulder-Greeley, CO 111,671 116,910 122,259 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Detroit-Ann Arbor-Flint, MI 112,663 117,949 123,346 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Hartford, CT 112,377 117,649 123,032 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Houston-Galveston-Brazoria, TX 115,517 120,937 125,900* 125,900* 125,900* 125,900*
Huntsville, AL 108,755 113,858 119,067 125,446 125,871 125,871
Indianapolis, IN 108,520 113,612 118,810 125,174 125,599 125,599
Kansas City, MO-KS 108,960 114,072 119,291 125,682 125,900* 125,900
Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA 113,696 119,031 124,477 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL 111,006 116,214 121,531 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Milwaukee-Racine,WI 109,195 114,319 119,549 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI 110,402 115,582 120,870 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA 113,093 118,399 123,816 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Orlando, FL 108,305 113,387 118,574 124,927 125,350 125,350
Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-NJ-DE-MD 110,791 115,989 121,296 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Pittsburgh, PA 109,134 114,254 119,482 125,882 125,900* 125,900
Portland-Salem, OR-WA 110,279 115,454 120,736 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Richmond-Petersburg, VA 109,062 114,179 119,403 125,800 125,900* 125,900
Sacramento-Yolo, CA 110,760 115,957 121,262 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
St. Louis, MO-IL 108,612 113,708 118,910 125,281 125,705 125,705
San Diego, CA 111,118 116,332 121,654 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA 115,660 121,087 125,900* 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Seattle-Tacoma-Bremerton, WA 110,443 115,625 120,915 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV 110,351 115,529 120,814 125,900* 125,900* 125,900
Rest of U.S. 108,305 113,387 118,574 124,927 125,350 125,350
* Rate limited to the rate for level III of the Executive Schedule (5 U.S.C. 5304(g)(2)).

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