ATLANTA, GA*

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Step 7

Step 8

Step 9

Step 10

GS-1

15,478

15,994

16,509

17,021

17,537

17,840

18,346

18,859

18,880

19,362

GS-2

17,402

17,815

18,392

18,880

19,093

19,654

20,216

20,778

21,340

21,902

GS-3

22,782

23,414

24,046

24,679

25,311

25,944

26,576

27,208

27,841

28,473

GS-4

25,579

26,289

27,000

27,710

28,421

29,132

29,842

30,553

31,264

31,974

GS-5

29,415

30,211

31,006

31,802

32,597

33,392

34,188

34,983

35,778

36,574

GS-6

31,009

31,895

32,781

33,666

34,552

35,437

36,323

37,208

38,094

38,980

GS-7

33,477

34,462

35,446

36,430

37,415

38,399

39,384

40,368

41,353

42,337

GS-8

34,896

35,987

37,078

38,169

39,260

40,351

41,442

42,533

43,624

44,715

GS-9

37,338

38,542

39,746

40,950

42,154

43,358

44,561

45,765

46,969

48,173

GS-10

41,119

42,446

43,773

45,099

46,426

47,753

49,080

50,406

51,733

53,060

GS-11

43,720

45,178

46,635

48,092

49,549

51,006

52,463

53,920

55,377

56,835

GS-12

52,399

54,145

55,891

57,638

59,384

61,130

62,876

64,622

66,368

68,115

GS-13

62,311

64,389

66,466

68,544

70,621

72,699

74,777

76,854

78,932

81,009

GS-14

73,633

76,088

78,543

80,997

83,452

85,907

88,361

90,816

93,270

95,725

GS-15

86,613

89,500

92,387

95,274

98,161

101,048

103,935

106,823

109,710

112,597

*

RATES OF PAY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, INCLUDING SPECIAL SALARY RATES AT GS-3 THROUGH GS-10 AND INCORPORATING THE 2.70% GENERAL INCREASE AND A LOCALITY PAYMENT OF 8.66% FOR THE LOCALITY PAY AREA OF ATLANTA, GA (Net Increase: 3.65%)

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