Special 1997 Salary Tables

Source: NASA

SPECIAL SALARY RATE (GENERAL SCHEDULE ENGINEERS, COMPUTER SCIENTISTS, AND MOST CLERICALS) EMPLOYEES
WORLDWIDE

SPECIAL SALARY RATE
ENGINEERS - GS-5 THROUGH GS-12
SERIES COVERED - 0801 - 0803 - 0804 - 0806
0807 - 0808 - 0810 - 0819 - 0830 - 0858 - 0861
0871 - 0890 - 0892 - 0893 - 0894 - 0896

Grade / Step-- 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
5 25,379 26,030 26,681 27,332 27,983 28,634 29,285 29,936 30,587 31,238
7 31,432 32,238 33,044 33,850 34,656 35,462 36,268 37,074 37,880 38,686
9 38,451 39,437 40,423 41,409 42,395 43,381 44,367 45,353 46,339 47,325
11 40,558 41,751 42,944 44,137 45,330 46,523 47,716 48,909 50,102 51,295
12 44,320 45,750 47,180 48,610 50,040 51,470 52,900 54,330 55,760 57,190

SPECIAL SALARY RATE
ENGINEER
NUCLEAR - ELECTRICAL - COMPUTER - ELECTRONICS
GS-5 THROUGH GS-12
SERIES - 0840 - 0850 - 0854 - 0855

Grade / Step-- 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
5 25,379 26,030 26,681 27,332 27,983 28,634 29,285 29,936 30,587 31,238
7 31,432 32,238 33,044 33,850 34,656 35,462 36,268 37,074 37,880 38,686
9 38,451 39,437 40,423 41,409 42,395 43,381 44,367 45,353 46,339 47,325
11 41,751 42,944 44,137 45,330 46,523 47,716 48,909 50,102 51,295 52,488
12 47,180 48,610 50,040 51,470 52,900 54,330 55,760 57,190 58,620 60,050

SPECIAL SALARY RATE
COMPUTER SCIENTIST - GS-5 THROUGH GS-9
SERIES COVERED - 1550

Grade / Step-- 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
5 25,379 26,030 26,681 27,332 27,983 28,634 29,285 29,936 30,587 31,238
7 31,432 32,238 33,044 33,850 34,656 35,462 36,268 37,074 37,880 38,686
9 34,507 35,493 36,479 37,465 38,451 39,437 40,423 41,409 42,395 43,381

SPECIAL SALARY RATE
CLERICAL - SECRETARIAL - GS-2 THROUGH GS-7
REQUIRING TYPING - DATA TRANSCRIBING - STENOGRAPHY - OFFICE AUTOMATION

Grade / Step-- 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
2 17,468 17,928 18,388 18,848 19,308 19,768 20,228 20,688 21,148 21,608
3 18,650 19,168 19,686 20,204 20,722 21,240 21,758 22,276 22,794 23,312
4 19,775 20,357 20,939 21,521 22,103 22,685 23,267 23,849 24,431 25,013
5 21,473 22,124 22,775 23,426 24,077 24,728 25,379 26,030 26,681 27,332
6 23,208 23,933 24,658 25,383 26,108 26,833 27,558 28,283 29,008 29,733
* 23,305 24,082 24,858 25,635 26,411 27,188 27,964 28,741 29,517 30,294
7 24,984 25,790 26,596 27,402 28,208 29,014 29,820 30,626 31,432 32,238
* 25,897 26,760 27,624 28,487 29,350 30,214 31,077 31,940 32,804 33,667

* - GROSS ANNUAL SALARY RATES AS A RESULT OF LOCALITY PAY ADJUSTMENTS

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