Washington, D.C. - Baltimore, Md. 2000 Salary Table

Source: U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Washington, D.C. - Baltimore, Md. 2000 Salary Table

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps (in dollars)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 15,125 15,629 16,133 16,632 17,137 17,433 17,928 18,429 18,449 18,921
2 17,005 17,409 17,973 18,449 18,655 19,204 19,752 20,301 20,849 21,398
3 18,555 19,173 19,791 20,410 21,028 21,646 22,265 22,883 23,501 24,120
4 20,829 21,523 22,218 22,912 23,607 24,302 24,996 25,691 26,386 27,080
5 23,304 24,080 24,857 25,633 26,410 27,186 27,963 28,739 29,515 30,292
6 25,976 26,842 27,707 28,573 29,439 30,305 31,171 32,037 32,903 33,768
7 28,866 29,827 30,789 31,751 32,713 33,675 34,636 35,598 36,560 37,522
8 31,968 33,033 34,099 35,164 36,230 37,295 38,361 39,426 40,491 41,557
9 35,310 36,487 37,664 38,840 40,017 41,194 42,370 43,547 44,724 45,900
10 38,885 40,182 41,478 42,775 44,071 45,368 46,665 47,961 49,258 50,554
11 42,724 44,148 45,572 46,996 48,420 49,845 51,269 52,693 54,117 55,541
12 51,204 52,911 54,618 56,324 58,031 59,738 61,444 63,151 64,857 66,564
13 60,890 62,920 64,949 66,979 69,008 71,037 73,067 75,096 77,126 79,155
14 71,954 74,352 76,750 79,148 81,546 83,945 86,343 88,741 91,139 93,537
15 84,638 87,459 90,280 93,101 95,923 98,744 101,565 104,386 107,207 110,028

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INCORPORATING THE 3.80% GENERAL SCHEDULE INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 9.05% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF WASHINGTON-BALTIMORE, DC-MD-VA-WV (INCLUDING ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MD) (Net Increase: 4.94%)

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