Washington-Baltimore 1999 Salary Table


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Washington-Baltimore 1999 Salary Table

Grade Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 14,414 14,894 15,374 15,850 16,332 16,613 17,084 17,562 17,582 18,034
2 16,205 16,590 17,128 17,582 17,779 18,302 18,825 19,349 19,872 20,395
3 17,682 18,271 18,860 19,449 20,038 20,627 21,216 21,805 22,394 22,983
4 19,849 20,510 21,172 21,833 22,494 23,155 23,817 24,478 25,139 25,800
5 22,208 22,948 23,688 24,428 25,168 25,908 26,648 27,388 28,128 28,868
6 24,754 25,579 26,404 27,230 28,055 28,880 29,705 30,530 31,356 32,181
7 27,508 28,425 29,342 30,259 31,176 32,092 33,009 33,926 34,843 35,760
8 30,465 31,480 32,495 33,510 34,525 35,540 36,555 37,570 38,585 39,600
9 33,650 34,772 35,894 37,016 38,137 39,259 40,381 41,503 42,625 43,747
10 37,057 38,292 39,527 40,762 41,997 43,232 44,467 45,702 46,937 48,173
11 40,714 42,071 43,428 44,785 46,142 47,499 48,856 50,213 51,570 52,927
12 48,796 50,423 52,049 53,676 55,303 56,929 58,556 60,183 61,810 63,436
13 58,027 59,961 61,895 63,829 65,763 67,697 69,631 71,565 73,499 75,433
14 68,570 70,855 73,141 75,427 77,713 79,999 82,284 84,570 86,856 89,142
15 80,658 83,346 86,034 88,722 91,410 94,098 96,786 99,474 102,163 104,851
* INCORPORATING THE 3.10% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 7.87% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF WASHINGTON-BALTIMORE, DC-MD-VA-WV (INCLUDING ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MD) (Net Increase: 3.68%)
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