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2009 Government Pay Schedule

Kyle Stone | GovCentral Editor

GS Pay Grades: GS-11


2008

Salary: $54,367 – $70,844

2009

With a 3.9% Increase: $56,487 – $73607

With a 2.4% Increase: $55,672 – $72,544

With a 3.5% Increase: $56,270 – $73,324

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    swoneill

    almost 5 years ago

    4 comments

    Looking at a position with a pay scale of YC-2210-02. After a painful bit of searching on the murky world of government pay scales I found this:

    http://www.cpms.osd.mil/ASSETS/8E60EB0AAEE04E4D8AD58EFCACBD2984/Sta...

    The position is an Army slot but the application is asking for the "Lowest Acceptable Grade/Pay Band" which is a drop down from "None" through 19. If I read the above document correctly isn't the job already a pay band 2 so I would select 2 in the drop down ???

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    navyhealth

    almost 5 years ago

    2 comments

    What is the salary for a ya-0188-02, I am new to the pay scale, but have an offer on the table.

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    heigh

    about 5 years ago

    2 comments

    I'm a contractor presently working on a government contract,my question is how do I find out what the payscale should be for any government contract i would be working on?

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    swoneill

    about 5 years ago

    4 comments

    I'm new to the GS pay scale topic. Curious who things could work out for me. I've got 20 years of hard IT experience. School wise I have a BS in Comp Sci. If I follow the information on this site, it would seem I would expect a GS7 based on the educational requirements. Does past experience help at all ?

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    suongmai

    about 5 years ago

    2 comments

    I would like to know how much is annual basic pay for GS 12/5 .

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    TrooperRetired

    about 5 years ago

    2 comments

    Please publish a table that equates and compares the "GS" and "Pay Band" systems.

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    danielo

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    Why are the GS-6 and GS-7 pay increases the same?

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    fedup

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    NSPS is nothing but a big lie. It's supposed to be a way to distinguish superior performance but the only ones identified as superior performers are those with bosses who don't have many employees to evaluate and are willing to take the time to truly justify their employees' performance so their record stands half a chance at the pay pool level. Otherwise, the employee gets clumped in with the masses. The only real thing NSPS does as claimed is allows supervisors to skip raises for the hated non-worker. Another thing that rips is the half bonus half raise concept that they use under NSPS. Think about it. How much more are you paying in taxes for the bonus portion compared to the salary portion. Additionally, bonuses aren't factored into your subsequent years' increases. For example, if you earned $1000 a year and received $100 bonus and $100 pay increase this year, come next year your raise will only be computed on an $1100 salary vice a $1200 salary. But here's the best part, although NSPS supposedly gives HR the ability to hire employees at a wide salary range, based on their experience, they always conveniently revert back to the GS step 1 system during negotiations. That's why I call NSPS the Big Lie.

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    sacman

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    I'm currently a US Air Force contractor. I have been informed that my position due to it's sensitivity will be made into a NSPS YA-02 position and I may have a chance for it. I currently make now $95K and understand that may be tough to get and was wondering what is the best way to negotiate for something close?

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    LT_Brown

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    Update for specifi geographic area http://www.opm.gov/flsa/oca/09tables/pdf/saltbl.pdf

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    1160NB

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    I am currently a GS-7/7. I plan on applying for a GS-9 position. How can I find out what step I will be as a GS-9 should I be hired for this position?

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    Fishing54

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    Currently I am a YE-02/03 getting paid YE-02 Pay at $55,875 base pay. In May, I understand I will be promoted to YE-03 non-competative. How can I calculate my pay raise since there are no definitive income listed in NSPS?
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    dabvirtual

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    i missed the pay pool this year spiral intro NSPS YC 2 what raise should I receive?

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    Account Removed

    over 5 years ago

    Check OPM, new adjustments are up...

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