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Vols for 1979- issued by: Office of Personnel Management.
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Description based on: 410-19 (Aug. 22, 1977); title from caption.
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COffice of Perseamel Management FPM Letter 530-232
Federl Personnel Manual Syste
Published in advance
IfA etK 530-232 of incorporation in FPM
Chapter 530
Adj4:$,,bjd t of special Minibmun ftte RETAI mNM u StUPESEDED
rsataatshd igale 5 U.S. C 5303 the
4Y, Inoreise
I 'sDEP Washington, D. C. 20415
SudaedsFMt Lettr 3-2thog5021 November 14, 1980
Heads ofbDepart~ents 4nd independent Establishment$:
1. thler SectIon 5303 of Title 5, United States 0:odeo the Office of Paeannel Management.
has detxrminedthat'the pay of employees covered by special -rate schedules shall be
trizlaktntby ari Oadjnt equivalent to the general increase in General Schedule pay made
anyWrggstvO edbr?1.224S. Attchwxet I to this letter saows thea adjusted special sched-
ihph r 'ifaff i6et+4ve the same date as the general pay increase.
spa~y, of supllyees -on the rodus alld covered by special rates, will, be converted to
rit special Uta4@rdiw in accordance with Section 530.307 (b) of 004' aeuatos
4Vltbable pmzrt of tUe section reads as follows:
`Vki$teri an employee was receiving a special rate invediately before the
tf-f~tive date of a stati.tory pay increase, he shall receive an that effective
date the ratk of basic pay fcr; (1) the nmnerical rank In the now special rate
rapege for his grade or level that correspon~ds With the numerical rank of the
spieialrate he vwas, recei-ving intediately before that effEective date; .

Po"430trata-the effect of 530-307(b), the rate of ad'justmenit for Veterinarian, GS-701-9,
is use#-. an egfeedy' in the- third step rate of the GS-9 special rate range immediately
A the effective date will receive pay at the third step of the new special rate
*qj pn, the effootivo date, and his salary will be increased f=o $20,443 to $22,305 as
IIfixrst pay period that begins, on or after Octb~er 1. 1980.
qbe .pay Of employees receiving a "retained special rate" above step 10 as the
oaf a Wmaial rate range having been reduced or terminated, will be adjusted
aWd'r one of -two separate- provis ions r depending on wt=n the reduction or termination
ttha special rate radig was effeutea.
POy~a peid inning an or after Ja7==y 11, L1979 (the effective date of the gr-ade and
PUY XWOenfXX provisioMs Of the Civil Service Weorm Act of 1978) the employee' s rate
ba stp, 10 will be adjusted by the amomnt of the increase maei tp10 oft rate
stf tage. f(In the instance thiat the special rate range was reduced, but riot terminated,
step 10 of the special rate range is used for this purpose.)
If the special rate range was reduced or teximinated an or after the first day of the
JAmst pay period beginning on or after January 11, 1979, Section 5363 of Title 5,
TrAited State: Codeo applies. In this case, the enployee-s rate abome step 10 will
be bnceased 'by half the increase naei tp1 f h aerne (in the instance
that the special rate range was reduced, but not terminated, step 10 of the special rate
range is used for this purpose.) if this one--half adjustment would result in an employ-
eevs rate falling between. step S and step 10 of the rate range be shall receive the rate
for step 10, and pay retention ceases to apply. A rmdxbe of authorized special rates
ftte reduced or terminated after the grade and pay retention provision of the Civil
Oerv kc efanM Act became effective. All of these reductions aterminain to date
Vm'*Ode by K"M better 530-213 and FPM Letter 530-223.

Office of Allaw;nces and Special Rates t202) 632-8742 or ext. 28742
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Attachment 1 to PPM Letter 530-232


.I -le tabQle in this attaditut nlh the Special pay rates established by the Office of
Personnel Manageent under Section 5303 of Title 5, United States Code. Each table
identifies (1) specific occupational series coverage by series code and title, (2) the
geographic coverage, (3) grade or grade levels covered, (4) the special minimum rate
identified as "1st Step Rate", (5) the step of the general schedule that corresponds to
the special minimum rate, identified as GSS, (6) the special osxima rate, identified
as "10th Step Rate", (7) the amount of the withi-grade increase, and
(8) the effective date.

The full range of special rates for each grade can be prepared by successively adding the
amount of the within-grade increase, as shoun for each grade, beginning with the special
rate, to produce a rate for each step up to the special maximum rate. To illustrate,
Medical Officer, GS-602-11, is used:

uhe special miniumm (i.e., ist step rate) is $29,236, the maxima (i.e., 10th step rate)
is $35,986, and the amount of the within-grade increase is $750.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

$29,236 $29,986 $30,736 $31,486 $32,236 $32,986 $33,736 $34,486 $35,236 $35,986

This procedure is to be followed in preparing a full schedule of special rates for each
occupation and grade level listed in AttachIent 1. As an aid in preparing the various
schedules, Attachuent 2 contains a comprehensive table which shows the correct dollar
amount for each possible step for each GS grade which may be used in the various special
schedules. By locating the special minima rate and special maximum rate on this table,
the full range of the authorized rates is readily identified.

When cited, SMSA means the Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area as defined by the Office
of Management and Bdget.




















I. New England Region, John W. McCanmack, Post Office and Courthouse Building,
Boston, MA 02109 (formerly Boston Region).

II. Eastern Region, New Federal Building, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, MN 10007
(formerly New York Region).

III. Mid-Atlantic Region, William J. Green, Jr., Federal Building, 600 Arch StreetI.iI
Philadelphia, PA 19106 (formerly Philadelphia Region).

IV. Southeast Region, Richard B. Russell, Federal Building, 75 Spring Street, SB W.,'.
Atlanta, GA 30303 (formerly Atlanta Region).

V. Great Lakes Region, John C. Kluczynski, Federal Building, 29th Floor,
230 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60604 (formerly Chicago Region).

VI. Southwest Region, 1100 Caomerce Street, Dallas TX 75242 (fonnerly Dallas i

VII. Mid-Continent Region, 1256 Federal Bulding, 1520 Market Street, St. Inods, ID3:
(formerly St. Iouis Region).

VIII. Rocky Mountain Region, Building 20, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CD 80225
(formerly Denver Region).

IX. Western Region, 525 Market Street, 23rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105 (f iii
San Francisco Region).

X. Northwest Region, Federal Building, 26th Floor, 915 Second Avenue, Seattle, IV
98174 (formerly Seattle Region).

XI. Nationwide and Worldwide Authorizations.








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I. NEW IEWNDL REGION
GEOGRAPHIC IM2 STEP 1DT STEP WMEM GRAD EFFBQClWE DATE
-OCCUPATICNAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADE RATE ass RAMS InEM TABLE N1MBE
GS-610, Nurse Series Baston, MA SMSA GS-4 $13,153 7 $16,438 365 October 1, 1980

Practical Nurse GS-4 12,423 5 15,708 365 #463
GS-5 13, 493 4 17,174 409 NOTE: Table no.
ed fram 462


Practical Nurse GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 #343
GS-948, Therapeutic Boston, MA &uASR G- 14,248 10 17,353 165 October 1, 1980
Radiologic Technologist GS-5 15,129 8 18,810 409
Series GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456 #355
Gs-7 16,711 4 21,265 506
GS-8 17, 387 2 22, 436 661













NY liiGs-5 14,311 6 17,992 409
Gs-6 15,04 4O91445 08
GS-7 15,692 202356t
GS-601, Nuclear Medicine New York City, NY GS-5 14,31 6379249 Otbx1 90r
'rechnologist GS-7 16,714 2,6506#8
GS-610, Nurse (Limited New York City, NY GS-4 14,24 10 1,326 coe ,18
to positions titled Gs-5 15,947 1 96849#9
Nurse and Clinical Nurse) GS-7 17,217 5 21,7
8-621, Licensed New York City and GS-3 11,396 6 1,3 2 coe ,18
Practical Nurse Westchester County, GS-4 12,05 4O53335#3
NY GS-5 12,675 2 1,5 0

Practical Nurse GS-4 12,78
GS-5 13,49 447170

GS-631, Occupational New York City and GS-6 15,04 4O91446 Ocoe ,18
Therapist Series Suffolk County, NY GS-7 16,205 32200759 506 #310
GS-633, Physical Thera.- GS-8 17,38 232436


Technician Series GS-5 13,49 4471449#7
GS-6 14,58 358685

GS-644, Medical Techno>- New York City, NY GS-5 14,31 6379219 m
Trait Series G5-7 15169 0t5 06#3









GS-647, Diagnostic NOW York City, NY GS-5 $14,331 6 $17,,992 409 October 1, 1980
series GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506 #320
GS-8 170387 2 22t436 561
GB-647, Diagnostic Suffolk County, NY' GS-4 12,423 5 15,708 365 Octber. 1, 98
Idogc Technologist GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #346
Series GS-6 14,584 3 18j.688 456
GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506
GS-648 therapeutic NwYork City, NY GS-5 13,,902 5 17,583 409 Octdober 1, 1980
Radiologic 'ecolist GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456 #392
'Series GS-7 16,205 3 20 759 506
0=069, Wmhlaticn New York City, NY GS-4 12,423 5 151,708 365 Octdw, 1, 1986
therapy Technician GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #344
GSere-S6 1C84 3 1, 5
therapy Technician GS-5 13,493 4 16,765 409 #365
Series GS-6 .14,584 3 18 r688 456
GS-699, Echocardio-graph New York City, NY GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409 Octaber 1, 1980
Technician GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456 #384
GS-7 17,217 5 21.771 506








III. MID-ATLANTI BEGI M 7z = S m1 S M R

OOCUEPATICOLI SERIES COVERAGB GPADE RMTECS RUE INC-RERS ZEUW NEMMR
GS-085v Guard Series Aberdeen Proving GS-3 $12, 374 9 $15,r 308 326 October 1, 1980
Grounds, MD GS-4 -13r153 7 16,438 -365
GS-5 14,3311 6 17,992 409 #016
GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456
GS-7 15, 699 2 20, 253 506
GS-610, Nurse Series Baltimore, _MD SMSA GS-4 13, 518 8 16, 803 365 October 1, 19'80
GS-5 14,720, 7 18,401 409 #292 n
GS-7 15,699 2 201253 506 tA
GS-610, Nurse Seres Washington, DC SMSA GS-4 13,518 8 l6r803 395 October 1, 1ga0 i
including the Dc GS-5 14, 311 6 17,992 409 #304
Coenet s
Chi ldren' s Center,
Laurel, Maryland*
and U. S. Marine
Corps Baseo. Quantioo,

Tedbniciah Series Gs-5 13,902 5, 17,583 409 #359



Radiologic Technlo- GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409
gist. series GS-6 15 j 496 51 19, 600 456 360*
GS-7 1,11 4 21, 265 506

Series (Engineering 1;S,-7 17 f 217 5 21,r7 506 #07&






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OCCUPATICNAL SERIES COVEAGnE GRADE amc Gss laks alcFEASE 7Nsl aUggR,
0GS*083, Police Series Chcago, IL SMS GS-3 $11,722 7 $14o.656 326 October 1. 1980
Occluding GSA ftadoral. GS-4 12, 423 5 15,708 365
Protective Officers) GS**S 13,493 4 17,174 409 #013

(M aiwauke, wi GS-5 15,129 8 1880 0
GS-6 15,952 6 006 5 2
6 20,05611 44562 #020
GS-085, Guard Series 0N ipr T GS-5 16,711 4 2126 5W06 oae l g



0 HreMx ,,IL GS-5 13,4902 4 17,583 409 113596
GS60, ucea Mdiie oo (ilauee, X GS-6 14,312 2 17,L292 4569Otbr1
G-621, i~censd Cok a~t a -E II, G43 11,72 14,656- 326 Octoaber 1, 1980
Practical Nure igCYOfCicg) GS-4 12,423 5 15,7073 365 4337
GS-611 Lcensd ILGS-5 13,043 3 17 1765 409
Practical Nurse AlnPrmGS-4 12,048 8 164398 3265Obb ,18
GS-5 13,4902 4 17r58 409 #356


Practical Nurse GS-4 12, 058 4 16,0373 365 #357







GEOGRAPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN GRADE EFFECTIVE DATE &
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADE RATE GSS RATE INCREASE TABLE NUMBER

GS-621, Licensed Tomah, WI GS-3 $10,418 3 $13,352 326 October 1, 1980
Practical Nurse #461
GS-633, Physical Thera- Allen Park, MI GS-6 17,776 10 21,880 456 October 1, 1980
pist Series GS-7 18,735 8 23,289 506 #351
GS-9 19,825 3 25,405 620
GS-633, Physical Thera- Ann Arbor, MI GS-6 17,776 10 21,880 456 October 1, 1980
pist Series GS-7 18,735 8 23,289 506 #382
GS-9 19,825 3 25,405 620
GS-642, Nuclear Medicine Wood (Milwaukee), WI GS-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 October 1, 1980
Technician Series GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409 #371
GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456
GS-644, Medical Techno- Allen Park, MI GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409 October 1, 1980
logist Series GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506 #353
GS-644, Medical Techno- Ann Arbor, MI GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409 October 1, 1980
logist Series GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506 #316
GS-644, Medical Techno- Wood (Milwaukeel, WI GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409 October 1, 1980
logist Series #314
GS-647, Diagnostic Cook County (Includ- GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 October 1, 1980
Radiologic Technologist ing City of Chicago), GS-5 12,675 2 16,356 409 #341
Series IL
GS-648, Therapeutic Wood (Milwaukee), WI GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 October 1, 1980 r
Radiologic Technician GS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456 #459
and Therapeutic Radio- GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506
logic Technologist
GS-648, Therapeutic Wood (Milwaukee), WI GS-5 15,947 10 19,628 409 October 1, 1980
Radiologic Technologist GS-6 17,320 9 21,424 456 #367
(Dosimetrist) GS-7 18,229 7 22,783 506 0
GS-648, Therapeutic Cook County (includ- GS-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 October 1, 1980
Radiologic Technologist ing City of Chicago), GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409 #391
Series IL GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456
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GBMERAPHI 1T STEP 10TH STEP WItSIN GRAM wraTMs DAN A5
OCCUPATICAL -SERIES COVERAGEg GEL8E RATE GSS RAMB mNCamimS MMB NUN=
GS-649, fleart-Lungx Indianlapotte, IN0 GS-5 $14r 311 6 W1799 409 Octtobr 1, 1980
Machine STeaidmte GS-*6 15, 496 5 19, 600 456 #381
Gi-7 16t71i 4 21&265 506
GS-64, Inhaleation Mad-, WI GS-4 12,423 5 15,70 365 O ctdxa 1, Mom
Therapy Technician GS-5 13, 493 4 17,174 409 #460
GS6 14,584 .3 .18,688 456
GS-649, Heart-Lung Wood F.ilwaukeel, WI GS--7 19, 747' 10 2-4,-3-01 506 October 10, 1980
Machine Technician GS-8 21,314 9 26,363 561 #366S
Series GS-9 22, 925 8 28,505 620
GS-699, Health sTechnician Wood (Milwaukee), WI GS-7 18j229 7 22,783 506 October 1, 1980'W
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GS80,Genera Engineer- Arm Arbor and =a~it, G8-5 15,947 10 51628 4019 Occbr1,, 19
ing Series MI, SMBAs GS-7 19,747 10 24,301 506
GS819, Enviraanental GS9 23,545 9 29,125 620 #416
Engineering Series GS-11 25,486 5 32,236 750
GS-830, Mechanical GS12 27,849 2 35,931 898
Engineering Series
GS-93,, Chemical
EnginameLIN Series


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VI. SOUTHEWST REGICN
GEOGRAPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP Wmm Gans EFFECTIVE D7
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADE RA7E GSS RATE INCEBAS TM NUMilR
GS-083, Polies Series VA Meialt Center, GS $12,788 .6 $16,073 365 Octoedr 1, 1980
Dallas, TXG5 13,902 5 17,583 409 #021
GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456
GS-31, Clk Reeno- Harri~s Country, TX s-2 6 v19 12,710- 289 Mmke 1, 1
grapher and Reporter excluding positions GS-3 11,070 5 14,004 326
series in the Public Health GS-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 #162
G9-318, Secretary Series Service Hospital, GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409
GS-322, C1srk-Typist Sa-4es Ellington AFB and GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456
GS-356, Data Transcrib- Johnsonl Space Flight
ing Series Center.
And all other positions with the parenthetical thit (Typing) at (Stenography) classified urirthe Typing and
Stene phy Gade Evaluation Guide issued by Transmittal Sheet No. 34j J2! 1979.)
GS-610, Nure Aniesthe- New Orleans, T-AGS9 22,925 8 28,505 620 October 1, 1980
tist GS11 24,736 4 31,486 750 4369
GS-633, Physical Thera- Little Rodck-North GS-6 15j,040 4 9,144 456 Ocbober 1, 1980
-2ist series Little Rock, AR SMSA, GS-7 16, 205 3 20,759 50 6 # 450
GS-647, Diagnostic Radio- Houston, TX SMSA GS-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 October 1, 1980
logic Technologist GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409
Series GS6 14,128 2 18,232 456 #393
GS-648, Therapeutic
Radiologic Technologist
series r
GS-667, Orthotist and San Antonio, T SMSA. GS-9 21,685 6 27,265 620 October 1, 1980
Prosthetist Series GS-10 21,831 3 29,969 682 #396
GSr-1712, Training Instruc
tion Series (Orthotist/
Prosthetist) limited to
employees certified by
the American Board foroi
Certification for
Orthotics and Prosthetics,
Inc.









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GEIDGBRPI W# ONE IMT STW WIHN= G=AD WECTIV MME
00UAINT.SE RIES COVERAGE: GRADEE RAME GS9 ItAT IN~CRASE TAlEU NU4MB
G8-085, Guard Series Tooele Army Depot, GS-4 $13,153 7 $16,438 365 October 1, 1980
Tooele, UT GS-5 14?311 6 17,F992 409
GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456 #014

Ground,, UT GS-5 14j311 6 17j,992 408
GS-6 15,'040 4 19,1l44 456 #017





IX. .1aZ1IMI REGIaE
GEOGRAPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STFEP WrnRiN GIMMl EI!TEMiWMMHA'
OCCUPATSUCALE SERIES COVERAGE GR=D Ra5 GBS BRME IISCHBAS 'mR= NM=ZMA
GS312, Clser-Stanagrapher San Francisao-Oakland GS-2 $10,109 6 $12j710 289 October 1" 1980
and Reporter Seories and San Jose, CA SM She6-3 11,070 5 14,004 326
GS-316, Dictating Machine GS-4 12, 058 4 15, 343 365 .#161
Transcribing Series GS-5 13t084 3 16,765 409
GSi-318, Secretary Series GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456
GS-322, Clerk- Typst:
Series
GS356 Data Transcrib-
ing Series
And all other positions with the parenthetical title (Typing) or (Steorpy classified under the Typing and
Snaga Grade Evaluation Guide issued yTransmittal Sheet No. 34 Jay 1979.
GS-610, Nurse Series, San FrancisocMOakland, GS-5 15,947 10 19,,628 439 Oct her 1, 19850
limited to positions CA SMSA GS-7 18, 229 7 22,783 506
titled Nurse, Clincial GS-8 18, 509 4 23, 558 561 # 352
Nurse, and Opetrating GS-9 19, 205 2 24f785 620

Vocational Nurse GS-4 13, 883 9 17,168 365
GS-5 14, 720 7 18, 401 409 # 368

Vocational Nurse Ch SMSA GS-4 13, 883 9 17,168 365
GS-5 14e 720 7 18, 401 409 #394



logist Series CA GS-7 16, 711 4 21, 265 506
GS-B 17,948 3 22,997 561 #380











14gistgis Seis,. an os, A SDl9M G- 59 4 35851#1









GS-6 19,20 2 24,5562
LoGS-7 3 7 278 506 #456

CA GS-7 .5 21,7719 5061








G80ulM~iHC laT RE low ow a R wTy
LArcaICOin SEBM$ COVEN=G GFRw IV=08 mn rmn g g
**8648,r Theropeult~i San Frunnivoomirirn Go*4 $15v947 10 $19#628 409 Octobbw It LW8
antWrioo Sdchnigs Ch DMIA G94* 17,776 10 21#880 456 #390
GS**7 19,747 10 24A,301 506
GS-649, nhlt long Beach'? Ch 1I,0 3 14o,978 365 C U.". wiT,T
Theapyq Tedhkist GS-5 12,.675 2 l6o356 409 f379

Machine #uhisa 3
W-*60, PMnamest Series San Waun'tee o, C S9 21,095 5 W1,645 Or5 0 1c IiWf
06461, Phamnady Tedhni- San FrntaDCllacS F /gig2 7 14o656 326 00ebabr 1,, 1980
cian Series and San Js~e, CA SMs GS4 12,423 5 15#708 365
GG5 13,493 4 17o174 409 #386
G8- 14,584 3 180688 456
W-6687, Orthattait and a Fraiwlsoo*Cdleland,, G0 22# 305 7 27#885 620 Oftbaba 1, 3980
Prosthetist Serie Ch 9MA GO-10 22#513 4 28#651 682 #397
limited to enployes"
certified by the
American Bonzd far
Certification for
Orthotics andPr-



Tehica (aiain Shpynze, Ch GO-6 15,952 6 20,056 456
mannirarig and acmtzol GO-7 17,723 6 22,277 506 #590
Positions MVl) amS- 181 509 4 23, 558 561





x. NORI'ImcST REGION

GECGIRPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WrITHN GRADE EFFECTIVE DATE &
00CURATICNAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADE RAMBE GSS RATE INCREASE TAME2 NUMBER

GS-081, Fire Protection Clear Air Force Base, GS-4 $14,248 10 $17,,533 365 October 1, 1980
and Prevention Series AK GS-5 15,538 9 19,219 409
GS-6 16,408 7 20,512 456 #011
G&-7 17,723 6 22,277 506
GSB-8 19,070 5 24 9119 561
GS-085, Guard Series Umatilla Army Depot, GS-4 13,153 7 16,438 365 Ocoe 1, 1980
OR GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409
GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456 #019
GS-7 16,205 3 20,759 506
*All Clerical Series and Juneau, AK GS-1 9,r437 7 111484 Varies* October 1, 1980
Certain Technical Series GS-2 10,398 7 12,999 289
GS-3, 11,070 5 14,004 326 #159 ,
GS-4 11, 693 3 14,978 365
GS5 121675 2 16 356 409 *See Attachment 2
*THEB POEZING SERIES AIEB INCLUDED IN UISPCIAL RATE AUYMHORICRFN:

GS072 Fingerprint Identification Seriesn GS-382 Telephane Ciberating Series
GS-132 Intelligence Aid and Clerk Series GS-385 Teletiype Series 1b
GS-203 Personnel Clerical and Assistance Series- GS-394 caunmications Clerical Seris
GS-204 Military Personnel Clerical and Teohnician -GS-501 General Accounting Clerical and Administrative
Series Series e
GS-301 General Clerical and Administrative Series (The GS-525 Accouting Technician SeriesR8
poito-classification standard for this series GS-530 Cash Processing Series r
was superseded in January 1979. Clerical and GS-540 Voucher Examgining Series
technical work previously incttlued in this series GS-544 Payrol Series
is now included In :the GS-303 Miscellaneous GS-545 Military Pay Series
Clerk and Assistant Series FES standard issued GS-547 Benefit-Papment Roll Series



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January 1979.) GS-590 Time and leave Series r
GS-302 Messenger Series GS-963 legal Instrumients Examining Series
GS-303 Miscellaneous Clerk and Assistant Series GS-986 Legal Clerk and Technician Series
GS-304 Information Receptionist Series GS-998 Claims Clerical Series
GS-305 Mail and File Series GS-1001 General Arts and Informatica Series
GS-309 Correspmrdence Clerk Serie GS-1021 Office Drafting Series
GS-312 Clerk-Stenographer and Reporter Series GS-1046 Clerk-Translator Series
GS-313 Stenographic or Typing Unit Supervising Series GS-1087 Editorial Assistance Series
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classification standard for this series was GS-1107 Property Disposal Clerical and Technician Series
superseded by the FES standard for the GS322 GS-1411 Library Technician Series i
series in January 1979.) GS-1421 Archives Technician Series
GS-318 Secretary Series GS-1531 Statistical'Assistant Series
GS-319 Closed Microphane Reporting Series GS-1897 Custcane Aid Series
GS-322 Clerk-Typist Series GS-1899 Miscellaneous Inspection Series
GS-324 Cold-Type Composing Machine Series (The posittin- GS-2001 General Supply: Series
classification standard for this series was GS-2005 Supply Clerical and Technicia SeriesA
superseded by the FES standard for the GS-322 GS-2091 Sales Store Clerical Series
series in January 1979.) GS-2101 Transportaticn Specialist Series
GS-332 Camputer Operation Series GS-2131 Freight Rate Series
GS-335 Camputer Aid and Technician Series .GS-2132 Travel Series
GS-344 Management Clerical and Assistance Series GS-2133 Passenger Rate Series
GS-350 Equipment Operator Series GS-2134 Shipment Clerical Series
GS-351 Printing Clerical Series GS-2151 Dispatching Series?
GS-354 Bookkeeping Machine Operation Series
GS-355 Calculating Machine Operation Series-
GS-356 Data Transcriber Series
GS-357 Coding Series
GS-359 Electric Accounting Machine operation Series

GAOGAPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN GRADE EFFECTIVE DATE&
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVEAGE GRADE RATE GSS RATE INCMASE TABLE NUMBER O

GS-312, Clerk Steno- Anchorage, AK includ- GS-2 $ 9, 459. 3 $11, 843 Varies* October 1, 1980
grapher and Reporter ing Elmendorf Air GS-3 10,744 4 13,678 Varies*
series Forme Base and Fort GS-4 11,#693 3 14,978 365 #160
GS-316,, Dictating Machine Richardson GS-5 12, 675 2 16, 356 409, ..
Transcribing Series
GS-318, Secretary Series *See Attachment 2
GS-319, Closed Microphone
Reporter Series
GS-322, Clerk-Typist, Series
And all other positions, in grades G&. 2 through GS-5 with- -h aehtcltitle of (Typing), (Stenography), or
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GS-322r Clerk-T2ypist A=my Carps of GS-2 $10p 398 7 $12r999 289 October 1, 1980
SeriesLidmited to Engineers, Federal GS-3 11,396 6 14r330 326
positions where at Center South WS-4 13,518 8 16r803 365 #163
least 50 percent of the Seattle, Washington GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409
duties involve the oper- GS-6 15,496 5 19,600 456
ation of work procemssing
equipment. GS-313, IWy-
ing Unit Supervisors,,
limited to positions
supervising work proses-




GS-512p Internal Revenue GS-7 16,205 3 20,759 506 #262


GS-644, Medical Techrxo- Including Ebnmendof GS-5. 15,129 8 18"810 409
10gist Series Air Force Base and Ft. GS-7 16,205 3 20,759 506 #373
Rihrsnand all GS-8 17, 387 2 22j,436 561
Alaska Arem Native
Health Service r
facilities in the
State of Alaska

Practical, Nurse GS-4 11, 693 3 14,978 365 #399
GS-5 12 675 2 16,356 409

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GeoGRAntl 1st s 10TH STEP W1INumGMDE EFFECT=V A'E

GS-621,, Parsing Assistant Anchorage, Alaska, GS-1 $9,437 7 $11,484 255 October 1. 1980
Series including Ehmendrf GS,-2 10,109 6 12,710 289
GS-622,. Medical Aid Air Force Base and Ft. GS-3 11,070 5 14,004 326 #374
(Sterile Supplies Series icadna ll GB-4 12;,058 4 15,343 35
GS-636, Pahabilitatiin Alaska Area Native GS-5 12,675 2 16,356 4090
Therapy Assistant Health Service faci-
Series lities in the State
GS-645, Medical Tech- of Alaska.
nician Series+
GS-646, Pathology Techni-9
cian series L
GS-647, Medlical Radilonigy
TecnicanSeries
GS-6419, Medical Machine
Technician Series
GS-661,, Pharnacy Techni-
cian Series
GS-681, Dental Assistant
series
GS--698 o Envirometal
Health Tedmnician Series
GS-699# Health Aid and
Technician Series

Therapy Technician GS-5 13, 493 4 17,174 409














GS-62 MdclOfcrWlwide GS142,3 0 $596709 October 1, 1980






Series G-12 35,0336 10 32f96 898
GS-13 41,660 10 371272 108 #29
GS-43 46,18 2 4,7058 58 ,063*1*6



GS-00,All Prfs Irsional awp GS9.4 15/947., .0 19',628 4099 October 1, 1980
Seisi.h.~lez hr te ...- Q9-7 19,7947 10 24,301 506
in ad rcitcte iztis orcoerdGS-9 22,925 10 28,505 620 #414
Gropyatep. S-80 eresaplyGS-11 24,736 10 31,486 750
and1 GS-88 339u 7t4hi2189
GS-131 803,2 804 806r 106
G8014 39013 810 8199126







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GS-1321 Metalluogy Natidmalad* GS-5 $15r947 10 MAN82 409 October lo 1980
Seris GO-7 190747 10 24,301 506
eD-9 224305 7 274885 620 #589
GS-11 24 736 4 31A486 750
M1l54, Printlain Milithge NatiamMde GS-5 1411311 6 17v9924 409 October 1", 1I980
enmt Serie (limited to #725
ewployees vho have at
least a amww anralwa
Degree with a major in
Pr)a atomae .W- )235 7 I W "aiiir1~1
Inspection Series GS-11 23,986 3 30t736 750
GS-1899,, Surfacie nine #778
Inspector (Coal)

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GS-7 15,93 5,69 1,20 16711 17,17 31,724 1 8,2239 18,735 19,413 1,747 20,5931 20,759 21,725 21,771 22,527 2.83 4 4 2 34,289 423,179 24,301 5 08 GS-2 7 1




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