2001 Federal Pay Tables

Click below to see draft 2001 federal pay rates for General Schedule employees. Official pay tables, including those for Executive Schedule officials, the Senior Executive Service, employees in senior-level and scientific or professional positions, administrative law judges, and Contract Appeals Board members will be released later this year, when the President issues an executive order implementing the pay raise.

Locality Pay Rates
ATLANTA, GEORGIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
BOSTON-WORCESTER-LAWRENCE, MA-NH-ME-CT CMSA (LEO 1) Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
RHODE ISLAND AND PART OF BRISTOL COUNTY, MA (LEO 2) Law Enforcement Officers
CHICAGO-GARY-KENOSHA, ILLINOIS-INDIANA-WISCONSIN Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
CINCINNATI-HAMILTON, OHIO- KENTUCKY-INDIANA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
CLEVELAND-AKRON, OHIO Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
COLUMBUS, OHIO Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
DAYTON-SPRINGFIELD, OHIO Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
DENVER-BOULDER- GREELEY, COLORADO Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
DETROIT-ANN ARBOR- FLINT, MICHIGAN Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
HOUSTON-GALVESTON- BRAZORIA, TEXAS Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI-KANSAS Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
LOS ANGELES-RIVERSIDE- ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA (LEO1) Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, CA, AND PART OF EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CA (LEO 2) Law Enforcement Officers
MIAMI-FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
MILWAUKEE- RACINE, WISCONSIN Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA-WISCONSIN Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
NEW YORK-NORTHERN NEW JERSEY-LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY-CONNECTICUT- PENNSYLVANIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
PHILADELPHIA-WILMINGTON- ATLANTIC CITY, PENNSYLVANIA- NEW JERSEY-DELAWARE- MARYLAND Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
PORTLAND-SALEM, OREGON-WASHINGTON Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
RICHMOND- PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
SACRAMENTO- YOLO, CALIFORNIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI- ILLINOIS Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND- SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
SEATTLE-TACOMA- BREMERTON, WASHINGTON Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
WASHINGTON-BALTIMORE, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-MARYLAND- VIRGINIA-WEST VIRGINIA Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
REST OF UNITED STATES Law Enforcement Officers General Schedule
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