2000 General Schedule - Base Rates


Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

2000 General Schedule - Base Rates

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 13,870 14,332 14,794 15,252 15,715 15,986 16,440 16,900 16,918 17,351
2 15,594 15,964 16,481 16,918 17,107 17,610 18,113 18,616 19,119 19,622
3 17,015 17,582 18,149 18,716 19,283 19,850 20,417 20,984 21,551 22,118
4 19,100 19,737 20,374 21,011 21,648 22,285 22,922 23,559 24,196 24,833
5 21,370 22,082 22,794 23,506 24,218 24,930 25,642 26,354 27,066 27,778
6 23,820 24,614 25,408 26,202 26,996 27,790 28,584 29,378 30,172 30,966
7 26,470 27,352 28,234 29,116 29,998 30,880 31,762 32,644 33,526 34,408
8 29,315 30,292 31,269 32,246 33,223 34,200 35,177 36,154 37,131 38,108
9 32,380 33,459 34,538 35,617 36,696 37,775 38,854 39,933 41,012 42,091
10 35,658 36,847 38,036 39,225 40,414 41,603 42,792 43,981 45,170 46,359
11 39,178 40,484 41,790 43,096 44,402 45,708 47,014 48,320 49,626 50,932
12 46,955 48,520 50,085 51,650 53,215 54,780 56,345 57,910 59,475 61,040
13 55,837 57,698 59,559 61,420 63,281 65,142 67,003 68,864 70,725 72,586
14 65,983 68,182 70,381 72,580 74,779 76,978 79,177 81,376 83,575 85,774
15 77,614 80,201 82,788 85,375 87,962 90,549 93,136 95,723 98,310 100,897
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INCORPORATING A 3.80% GENERAL INCREASE

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