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Federal personnel manual system
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FPM letter
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United States Civil Service Commission
United States -- Office of Personnel Management
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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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Latest issue consutled: 292-23 (No. 3, 1983); title from caption.

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University of Florida
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Attachment 1 to FEM Letter 530-237




The tables in this attachment show the special pay rates established by the Office of
Personnel Manageent under Section 5303 of title 5, United States Code. Each table
identifies (C) specific occupational series coverage by series code and title, (2) the
geographic coverage, (3) grade or grade levels covered, (41 the special minimum rate
identified as "1st Step rate", (5) the step of the general schedule that corresponds to
the special mininmu rate, identified as GSS, (6) the special maximum rate, identified
as "10th Step Rate", (71 the amount of the within-grade increase, and (8) the effective
date and table number. Table numbers are provided for use in data processing systems.

the full range of special rates for each grade can be prepared by successively adding the
amnt of the within-grade increase, as shown 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-602-1U, is used:

The special mhiniun (i.e., 1st step rate) is $29,236, the nsximnn (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 Attachment 1. As an aid in preparing the various
schedules, Attachment 3 contains a cwpxrehensive table which shows the correct dollar
amount for each possible step for each OS grade which may be used in the various special
rate schedules. By locating the special minimum rate and special maximan 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 Manaent and Budget.










I. NEW ENGIAND REGION


GEO0GERPHIC 1ST STEP 10THt STEP WITH24ARDE E litil DAE&


GS-610, Nurse Series Boston, MA SMSA GS-4 $13,153 7 $16,438 $365 October 1, 1980
GS-5 13,902 5 17,583 409 #305

GS-621, Licensed Newington, CT GS-3 11,722 7 14,656 326 Ocober 1, 1980 L
Practical Nurse GS-4 12,423 5 15,708 365 #463
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GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 NOTE: Table no.
chned fran 462

GS-621, Licensed West Haven, CT GS-3 10,092 2 13,026 326 JnmarY 25, 1981N
Practical Nurse #342

GB-621, Licensed Boston, M SMSA Gs-3 11,070 5 14,004 32 October 1, 1980
Practical Nurse GS-4 11#693 3 14,978 365 #343

GS-648, Therapeutic Boston, MA SMSA GS-4 14,248 10 17,533 365 Oc atoe 1, 1980
Padiologist Techno- GS-5 15,129 8 18,810 469
ilogist Series GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456 #35








GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506
GS-8 17,387 2 22,436 561
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II. Eastern Region


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

GS-085, Guard Series Seneca Army Depot, GS-4 $12,788 6 $16,073 $365 January 11, 1981
NY GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409
GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456 #018

GS-601, Nuclear Medicine New York City, NY GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 January 11, 1981
Technologist GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506 #383

GS-610, Nurse CLimited New York City, NY GS-4 14,248 10 17,533 365 January 11, 1981
to positions titled GS-5 15,538 9 19,219 409 #296
Nurse and Clinical Nursel GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506

GS-621, Licensed New York City and GS-3 11,070 5 14,004 326 January 11, 1981
Practical Nurse Westchester County, NY GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 #334

GS-621, Licensed Suffolk County, NY GS-3 11,396 6 14,330 326 January 11, 1981
Practical Nurse GS-4 12,058 4 15,343 365
GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409 #364
GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456

GS-631, Occupational New York City and aGS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456 January 11, 1981
Therapist Series Suffolk County, NY GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506 #310

GS-633, Physical Therapist New York City and GS-6 15,040 4 19.,144 456 January 11, 1981
Series Suffolk County, NY GS-7 16,205 3 20,759 506 #310
GS-8 17,387 2 22,436 561

GS-642, Nuclear Medicine New York City, NY GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 January 11, 1981
Technician Series GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409 #378
GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456

GS-644, Medical Techno- New York City, NY GS-5 13,902 5 17,583 409 January 11, 1981
logist Series #331








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Fa~Suffoik Technlogis NY -5 143110 6 17,992 409
Series HS- 105,496 5 19,100 456 #2
GB-7 16,205 4 21,2659 506
GS-8 17f387 2 22,436 561
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GS-47 Dignsti Sffok ounyNY GS-5 13,902 5 17,583 409 Jnay1,18
Radilogi TecnoloistGS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456
Series ~GS-7 16,205 3 20,759 506#36L

GS-48,nieapeticNew York City, NY GS-4 12,788 6 16,073 365 way1,98
Padilogi TecnoloistGS-5 13,9084 5 17,758 409
Series ~GS-6. 15,128 4 19,144 456 #9

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GS-6 14,584 3 18f688 456
GS-99 WocadigrphNew York City, NY GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409 Jaur ,18
Technician GS-6 15,040 4 19-,144 456 #8
GS-7 15,69R 2 20,253 506
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GEOGRAPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN GRADE EFECTIVE DATE &
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADE RATE GSS RATE INCREASE TABLE NUMBER

GS-085, Guard Series Aberdeen Proving GS-3 $11,722 7 $14,656 326 January 11, 1981
Grounds, MD GS-4 12,423 5 15,708 365
GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #016
GS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456

GS-610, Nurse Series Baltimore, MD G0-4 13,153 7 16,438 365 January 11, 1981
SMS GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409 #292

GS-610, Nurse Series Washington, DC GS-4 13,518 8 16,803 365 October 1, 1980
SMSA, including GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409 #304
the DC Govt's
Children's Center,
Laurel, MD, and U.S.
Marine Corps Base,
Quantico, VA

GS-642, Nuclear Medi- Washington, DC GS-4 13,153 7 16,438 365 January 11, 1981
cine Technician SMA GS-5 13,902 5 17,583 409 #359
Series GS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456

GS-644, Medical Techno- Washington, DC GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409 January 11, 1981
logist Series SMBA #318

GS-648, Theraeutic Washington, DC GS-4 13,518 8 16,803 365 January 11, 1981
Radiologic Technolo- SMA GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409
gist Series GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 -456 #360
GS-7 16,205 3 20,759 506
GS-8 17,387 2 22,436 561

GS-1224, Patent Exam- Washington, DC GS-5 15,947 10 19,628 409 October 1, 1980
inning Series (Enginee- SMSA GS-7 17,217 5 21,771 506 #576
ring Specializations
only)







IV. SOUTHEAST RE=IN

GBOGPAPHIC 1S-T ST'= 10 STEP WI nIN GRADE EETECTVE DATE &

GS-644, Medical Techno- Memphis, TN GS-5 $14,s.720L 7 $18,401 401 October 1, 1980
logist Series GS-7 16, 205 3 20, 759, 5016 #398
GS-649, Heart-Lung Augrusta, GA GS-7 17, 217 5 21,771 506 January 11, 1981
Mwchine Technician #375





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GEOGRAPE= lSr STEP ION STEF VU N-W e MW
OCCUPATICNAL SERIES COVEFUNM GME RATE (3SS,- PM nX3MASE TABLE, Miam

M-0831 Police. Series Chicagoo, Z-19M GS-3 $11,722 7 $14,656. $326 Octimber 11 1980
(E=luding GOA Federal. GS-4 12,423 5 5,708 365
Protective officers) GS-5 l3r493 4 17,174 409 #013
QS-6 1,41128 ..2 18,232 456

GS-083, Police Series Wr Cnly, Mood GS-4 14,F248 10 17j533 365- OctobBr it, 1980
(milmawcee) W1 GS-5 151,129 a 18,810 409
GS-6 15,,952 6 20,,056 456 #020
GS-7 16,711 4 21F265 506

GS-085, Guard Series 0'HDxe Airport, IL GS-5 13,902 5 l7o583 409 October 1, 1980
#015

GS-601, Nuclear MedicaUm Wood Mlwaukeel, M GS-5 15,1A 8 18,810 409 January 11, 1981
Technologist GS-7 15,695 2 20,253 506 #377

GS?-621, Licensed Cook Cmmty (Includ- GS-3 11,070 5 l4v004 326 January 11, 1981
Practical Nurse iM City of Micagol, GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 #337
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GS-621, Licensed Allen Park, MI GS-3 12,048 8 14,982 326 October 1, 1980
Practical Nurse GS-4 12,788 6 16,073 365
GS-5 l3r493 4 17,174 405 #356
GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456

GS-621, Licensed Ann Arbor, MI GB-3 U..722 7 14,656 326 January ll.. 1981.
Practical Nurse GS-4 12,423 5 15,708 365, #357
Gss 13,084 3 16,765 409

GS-621, Licensed Saginaw'F MI GS-3 12,048 8 14FN2 326 January 11, 1981
Practical Nurse GS-4 12,788 6 16,073 365
GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #370
GS-6 14,128 2 18F232 456 Lnw
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Practical Nurse GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 #395

GS-621, Licensed WDod (Milwaukeelr W1 GS-3 llr39.6 14,330 326 January 11, 1981
Practical Nurse Gs-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 #376
GS-5 12,675 2 16,356 409






GBDEOGAIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN-M M E RFBCTTVE DATE
.0CUHPATIONL SERIES COVERAE GRADE RATE OSS PATE INCFERSE MUME NEUMB
GS-621, Licensed T'ah WI1 GS-3 $10,418 3 $13,352 $326 October 1. 1980
Practical Nurse #461
GS-633, Physical Thera- Allen Park ,'4- GB 6- 17 776 10 21f880 456 October 1, 1980
pist Series G8-7 18,735 8 23,289 506 #351
GS-9- 19,,825 3 25,405 620
GS-633, Physical Thera- Amn Arbor, Mr GS 17,776 10 21,$88 456 October 1, 1980
pist Series GS-7 18,7350 8 23,289 506 #382
GS-9% 19,825' 3 25,405 620 L
GS-633, Physical Thera- STanzh, Wisconsin GB-6 14,584 3 18,688 456 Noverber 2, 1980
pist Series GS-7 15, 69-q 2 20, 253 506 #464
GS-642, Nuclear Medicine Wood (Mttwaukee)- WI G-4 12,423 5 15,708 365 January 11, 1981
Technician Series GSS5 13, 493 4 17,174 409 #371
C'S6 14, 584 3 18, 688 456
GS-7 15, 699- 2 20, 253 506
GB-644, Meical Techno- Allen Park, MI GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409 January 1U, 1981
logist Series GS-7 15, 699q 2 20, 253 506 #353
GS-644, Medical Techno- Ann Arbor, MI GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409 January 11, 1981
logist Series GS-7 15, 699, 2 20, 253. 506 #316
GS-644l Medical Techno- Wood (Milwaukeel, WI GS-5 14,31-1 6 17,992 409 October 1, 1980
logit Series. #314,
GS-647, Diagnostic R!adiolo- Cook County, =Incuding WS-4 11, 328- 2 14, 615- 1365 IaLrj 11981
gic Technologist Series city of Chicago) IL #341
GS-648, 7h~etapeutic Addiolo- Wood (Milwaukee), WI GS-5 13, 493! 4 17,174 409. October 1 1980
gic Tebhnician Abd-hrpu GSM4 14'f584 3 18,168845 5
tic Rdolgi Tecqhnoogst GS-7 1 69 2 20,v25350

GS-648, aTerapeutic. Wod (aiwa ), 191. GS-5 215, 47 10 10#'028 40 1 18
Radiologic Technolgist GS-6 17,776 10 21p880 456 #367
(Dosiuetrist)_ GS-7 19R.747 10 24,301 $06




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GEOGRPE C 1ST SlEP 11B o STEP WITHIN-w DE EFFECTIVE DATE &
occpATIONAL SERIES COVERGE GRADE RTE Gs R TINCRESE TRBLE NUMBER

GS-648, Therapeutic Cook County (includ- GS-4 $12,788 6 $16,073 $365 January 11, 1981
Radiologic Technologist ing City of Chicago), GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #391
Series IL GS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456
GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 506

GS-649, Heart-Lung Indianapolis, IN GS-5 14,311 6 17,992 409 October 1, 1980
Machine Technician GS-6 15,496 5 19,600 456 #381
GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506

GS-649, Inhalation Madison, WI GS-4 12,423 5 15,708 365 October 1, 1980
Therapy Technician GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #460
GS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456

GS-649, Heart-Lung Wood (Milwaukeel, WI GS-7 19,747 10 24;301 506 January 11, 1981
Machine Technician GS-8 21,875 10 26,924 561 #366
GS-9 23,545 9 29,125 620

GS-699, Health Technician Wood (Milwaukee., WI GS-7 18,229 7 22,783 506 October 1, 1980
(Ophthalmology) #458

GS-801, General Engineer- Ann Arbor and Detroit, GS-5 15,947 10 19-,628 409 October 1, 1980
ing Series MI, SMSAs GS-7 19,747 10 24,301 506
GS-819, Environmental GS-9. 23,545 9 29,125 620 #416
Engineering Series GS-11 25,486 5 32,236 750
GS-830, Mechanical GS-12 27,849 2 35,931 898
Engineering Series
GS-893, Chemical
Engineering Series





VI. SOUTHWEST REGION

GEOGAmPHIC 1st STEP 10TH sr wanMi-GRAE EFFBCTMV W=E
OCCUPATIOAL SERIES COVERA(M OWES RAEM GSB RAT INRESEW TABE NUMBER

GS-083, Police Series VA Medical Center, G5-4 $12,788 6 $16,073 $365 October 11 1980
Dallas, TX G-5 13,902 5 17,583 409 #021
GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456

GS-312, Clerk Stenographer Harris County, TX GS-2 10,109, 6 12,710 289 October 1, 1980
and Reporter series excluding positions GS-3 11,070 5 14,004 326
GS-318, Secretary Series in the Public Health Gs-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 #162
GS-322, Clerk-Typist Series Service Hospital, GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409
GS-356, Data Transcribing Ellington AFB, and GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 456 L
Series Johnson Space Flight
Center
And all other positions with the parenthetical title (Typingl or (Stenographyl classified under the Typing and
Stenography Grade Evaluation Guide issued by Tranamittal Sheet No. 34, January 1979.

GS-610, Nurse Anesthetist New Orleans, LA GS9 24,165 10 29-,745 620 jarnarv 25, 1981
GS-11 27,736 8 34,486 750 #36T

GS-633, Physical Therapist Little Rock-North GES*6 15,040 4 19-,144 456 October 1, 1980
Series Little Rock, AR SMSA GS-7 16,205 3 20,759, 50 $6 #40

GS-647, Diagnostic Radiolo- Houston, TX SMSA GS"4 11,693 3 14,978 365 TanuarY25 1981
gic Technologist Series GS-5 12,675 2 l6t356 409 #393 '
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GS-667,. Ortotist and Pros- San Antonio, TXSMgh GS-- 21,685 6 27,265 6240 Ocbober 1, 1980
thetist Series GS-10 21,,81 3 27,969 682 #396
GS-1712, Training Instrau-
tion Series (Crthotist/
Prostheetit),, limited to
emlye s cetiie by the
cation for Orthotists and
Prosthetists, Inc.
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VII. MID-CONTINENT REGION


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

GS-649, Inhalation Iowa City, IA GS-4 $14,248 10 $17,533 365 October 1,1980
Therapy Technician GS-5 15,129 8 18,810 409
GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456 #452
GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506

GS-682, Dental Hygiene Knoxville, IA GS-6 15,040 4 19,144 456 October 1, 1980
Series #462

GS-1960, Quality Inspec- Kansas City, GS-4 14,248 10 17,533 365 November 2, 1980
tion Specialist Series MO GS-5 15,129 8 18,810 409
GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456 #901
GS-7 17,217 5 21,771 506
GS-8 18,509 4 23,558 561
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VIII. ROCKY MOUIMIN RIGICN

GEOGRAPHIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WIM RD1FFCMDNI
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADE RATE GSS RATEINRAEk= UMR

GS-085, Guard Series Tooele Army Depot,, GS-4 $12,423 5 $15,708 35Jnay1,18
Tooele, UT GS-5 13,493 4 17F17440
GS-6 14r128 2 18,232 46#1

GS-085, Guard Series Dugway Proving GSS4 12r423 5 15,708 35Jnay1,18
Ground, UT GS-5 13r493 4 17,17440
GS-6 14,128 2 18,232 46#1

GS-644,1 Medical Tech- Denver, 00 GS-5 14,720 7 18,40140Ocoe1,98
nioiii ist Series -7 15699 2 20,253 506 #387
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IX. WESTERN REGION


GEOGRAPHIC 1ST STEP 10[H STEP WITHIN-GRADE EFFECTIVE DATE &
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERGE GRADE RATE GSS RATE INCREASE TABLE NUMBER

GS-312, Clerk-Stenographer San Francisco-Oakland GS-2 $10,109. 6 $12,710 $289 October 1, 1980
and Reporter Series and San Jose, CA SMSAs GS-3 11,070 5 14,004 326
GS-318, Secretary Series GS-4 12,058 4 15,343 365 #161
GS-322, Clerk-Typist Series GS-5 13,084 3 16,765 409
GS-356, Data Transcribing GS-6 14,128 .2 18,232 456
Series
And all other positions with the parenthetical title CTyping) or (Stenographyl classified under the Typing and
Stenography Grade Evaluation Guide issued by Transmittal Sheet No. 34, January 1979.

GS-610, Nurse, limited to San Francisco-OaRland GS-5 15,947 10 19,628 409 January 25, 1981
positions titled Nurse, CA SMSA GS-7 18,735 8 23,289 506 #352
Clinical Nurse, and GS-9 19,825 3 25,405 620
Operating Ron Nurse

GS-621, Licensed Palo Alto, CA GS-3 12,700 10 15,634 326 October 1, 1980
Vocational Nurse GS-4 13,883 9 17,168 365
GS-5. 14,720 7 18,401 409 #368'
-- GS-6 15,496 5 19,600 456

GS-621, Licensed San Francisco-Oakland GS-3 12,700 10 15,634 326 October 1, 1980
Vocational Nurse CA SMSA GB-4 13,883 9 17,168 365
GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409 #394
GS-6 15,496 5 19,600 456

GS-644, Medical Technologist City of Los Angeles, GS-5 15,947 10 19,628 409 October 1, 1980
Series CA GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506
GS-8 17,948 3 22,997 561 #380
GS-9 19,205 2 24,785 620

GS-644, Mseical Technologist Loma Linda, CA GS-5 15,947 10 19,628 409 October 1, 1980
Series GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506 #389


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GB-644, Medical Technlogist San Francl.soo,-OtRar GS-7 17 1723 6 $22r277 $506 January 25, 1981
Series and San Josef CA SMSAs WY-8 17,948 3 22,997 561 #313

GS-44, Meictalt Technologisat annoe W G85-5 14,720 7 18j401 409L Octbe if 1980
Series Gs-7 16, 205 3 20o,759- 506 #456

GS647r Diagnostic Sepulveda Veterans GS-4 13, 518 8 16, 803 365 October 1, 1980
Radiologic Technologist Administration Medical GS-5 15,129 8 184 10 409
Series Center, Los Angeles, GS-6 15, 952 6 20, 056 456 #453
CA GS-7 17, 217 5 21,771 506
GS-647 r Diagnostic Radiologic long Beach, CA GS-6 16, 408 7 20, 512 456 October 1, 1980
Techniologist Series, limited GS-7 17,723 6 22,277 506
to positions the duties of GS-8 18, 509 4 23, 558 561 #455
which include performing all
vascular and cerebral angio-
graphic procedures, cinecar-
diac catheterization proce-
dures, air myelographyt
pneuoenephlogaph, and
canputerized axial I nographly
GS-647o Diagnostic Radio- San FranciscoHOakland GS-4 14,,248 10 17,533 365 October If 1980
logic Technologist Series and San Jose, CA GS-5 15,129 8 18,810 409
SW" ~ GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456 #363
GS-7 16,711 4 21, 265 506
GS-8 17, 387 2 22, 436 561

GS-648, nierapeutic Radio- Los Angeles-Long GS-5 15,947 1CI 19,628 409 Octber 11, 1980












GMOGRAPHI 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN-GADE EFFECTIVE DATE &
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERAGE GRADM RT= GSS RAT INRASE TABLE NUMBER

GS-648,, Therapeutic Radio- San Francisco-OWaland, GS-5 $15,947 10 $19-,628 $409 January 25, 1981
logic Technologist Series CA SMSA GS-6 16,864 -8 20,9.68 456 #390
GS-7 18,22% 7 22,783 506

GS-660, Pharmiacist Series San Francisco, CA GS-1- 21,065 5 26,645 620 October 1, 1980
#457

GS-661, Pharmacy Technician San Francisco-Oakland GS-3 11,722 7 14,656 326 October 1, 1980
Series and San Jose, CA SMTSAz GS-4 12j423 5 15,708 365
GS-5 13,493 4 17,174 409 #386
GS-6 14,584 3 18,688 456

GS-667, Orthotist and Pros- San Francisco-aln GS-9 22r305 7 27j885 620 October 1, 1980
thetist. Series lixidted to CA SMSA GS-10 22,513 4 28,651 682 #397
employees certified by the
American Board for Certifi- r
cation for Orthotico and
Prosthetics, Inc.

GS-682, Denitadl Hygiene State of Cal ifor.tia GS-4 13, 518 8 16,803 365 January25, 1981 i
Series GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409
GS-6 15r952 6 20,056 456 #328


GS-1311, Physical Science Mare Island Naval GS-5 14,720 7 18,401 409 January :25,1981
Technician (radiation Shipyard, CA GS-6 15,952 6 20,056 456
monitoring and control GS-7 17,217 5 21,771 506 #590
positions onlyL GS-8 18,50-9- 4 23F558 561
8 19,205 2 ;24,785 620






X. NORTIWEST RlBGICO

Gilati C0A 1ST STEP 10TH STEP EN ll~GRADEb ECTIVM DAM &
OCCUPATIONA~L SERIES CWERAGE GRAM PATE GSS RATE I CRERE 7NUE RNL?4k

GS0881, Fire Protection Clear Air Ptrcer Base) GS-4 $1.3,883 9 $17j.168 $365 January 25, 1981
andPrevention Series AK GS-5 15F129 8 18, 810 409
GS,-6 15, 952 6 20, 056 456 #011
GS-7 17,217 5 21,771 506
GS-8 18, 509 4 23,5$58 561
GS-085, Guard Series Umatilla Armyr Depot, G68*4 13,153 7 l5f438 365 October 1, 1980
OR W-v5 14,/311 6 17,992 409.
GS-6 15, 040 4 15,144 456 #019
G88-7 16,205 3 20,759 506
*All Clerical Series and Juneau, AK W-.1 9,699 8 11,739 Varies January 25, 1981
Certain Technical Series GS-2 10,687 8 13, 288 289
GS-3 11f396 6 14,330 326 # 159
GS9,4 12,058 4 15,343 365
GSS5 13,084 3 16f765 409
*THE FOLLCWN SE=ES AnE INCUDED IN TMI SPECIAL PAME AUTHORIZATION:

GS-072 Fingerprint Idlentification Series GS-n382 Telephone Operating Series
GS-134 intelligence Aid 4nd clerk Series GS-385 Teletype Serie~s,
GS-203 Personnel Clerical and Assistance Series GS-394 Camunications Clerical Series
GS-20 .4 military Personnel Clerical and Technician Wv501 Zeneral Accounting Clerical and Administrat-ive
Series Series
GS-301 General Clerical and Adm~inistrative Series (,Tbe GSr-525 Accounting 'Technician Series
position-classification standard for this ser-ies GS,530 Cash Processing Series,
was superseded in January 19790 Clerical and GS,540 Voucher Exwmining Series
technical work previously included in this OS-544 Payroll Series
is now included in the GS,303 Miscellanieous 05*545 Military Pay Series
Clerk and Assistant Series FES standard, issued 006547 Benef it-Payme~nt l011 Series
January 1979. 1 WS-5"0 Thme and leave Series
GS-302 Messenger Series wS-9,63 Legal, Instrum~ent s Eammining Series
GS-303 Miscellaneous Clerk and Assistant Series CS-986 Leg~al clerk and-Technician Series
GS-304 Information'Receptionist. Series GS.-998, Claims Clerical Series
GS--305 Mail and File SeisGS,-001 general Arts and Infwotation Series









GS-316 Clerk-Dictating Machine Series (he position-
classification standard for this series was
superseded by the FES standard for the GS-322
series in January 1979.)
GS-318 Secretary Series
GS-319 Closed Microphone Reporting Series
GS-322 Clerk-Typist Series
GS-324 Cold-Type Composing Machine Series (The position-
classification standard for this series was
superseded by-the FES standard for the GS-322
series in January 1979.1
GS-332 Computer Operation Series
GS-335 Computer Aid and Technician Series
GS-344 Management Clerical and Assistance Series
GS-350 Equipnent Operator Series
GS-351 Printing Clerical 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


GS-1106
GS-1107
GS-1411
GS-1421
GS-1531
GS-1897
GS-1899
GS-2001
GS-2005
GS-2091
GS-2101
GS-2131
GSr2132
GS-2133
GS-2134
GS-2151


Procurement Clerical and Assistance Series
Property Disposal Clerical and Technician Series
Library Technician Series
Archives Technician Series
Statistical Assistant Series
Custms Aid Series
Miscellaneous Inspection Series
General Supply Series
Supply Clerical and Technician Series
Sales Store Clerical Series
Transportation Specialist Series
Freight Rate Series
Travel Series
Passenger Rate Series
Shipment Clerical Series
Dispatching Series


GEOGRAPHIC


1ST STEP


10TH STEP


WITHIN-GRADE


EFFECTIVE DATE &


OCCUPATIONAL SERIES CVvERSgE RATE GSS RATE INCREASE TANBE NUMBER

GS-312, Clerk Stenographer Anchorage, AK including GS-2 $ 9,712 4 $12,132 Varies January 25, 1981
and Reporter Series Elmendorf AFB and GS-3 10,744 4 13,678 326
GS-318, Sqcretary Series Fort Richardson GS-4 11,693 3 14,978 365 #160
GS-319, Closed Microphone GS-5 12,675 2 16,356 409
Reporting Series
GS-322, Clerk-Typist Series

And all other positions in grades GS-2 through GS-5 with the parenthetical titles (Typing) or (Stenography),
classified under the Typing and Stenography Grade Evaluation Guide issued by transmittal sheet no. 34, January 1979.


_ __ __ _












limited to positions where eers, Federal Center G-3 11,396 6 14,330326
at least 50 percent of the South, Seattle, WA GS"4 13,518 8 16F803 35#6
duties involve the operation GS-5 14,720 7 18,40140
of work processing equipment. GS-6 15,496 5 19L,60045
GS-313, Typing Unit Super-
iivisors, limited to posi-iiiiii

tins supervising work
processing units. L

GS-382, TCelephone Operating Fairbanks and Ft. GS-2 9,459. 3 11,843 Vre aur 518
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Series Wainwright, AK 15
Gi-510, Accounting Series ..........State of Alaska Gs-5 143 6 17,992 49 J y 25




GS-512, Internal Revenue GS-7 15,699 2 20,253 56#6
Agent Series
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GS-610, Nurse Series Anchorage, AK, inclu- G-4 13,153 7 16,438365January2519
ding Elmendorf Air GS-5 14,720 7 18,40140
Force Base and Ft. GS-7 15, 699 2 20, 253 56#7
iiiiRichardson and all
Alaska Area Native
Health Service facil-
ities in the State of
Alaska
GS-621, Licensed Portland, OR GS-3 11,396 6 130 Oc113, 980iiiii
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Practical Nurse GS-4 11,693 3 14,97836
GS-5 12,675 2 16,35640
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GEOGRAPHIC l!sT STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN**GRADE EE=ECIVE DAlTE &
OCCUPATIONAL SERIES COVERAGE GMAE RNTE -GSS RATE INMEFA9E TAML NUMBER

GS-621, Nursing Assistant Anchorage, AX, including GS-2 $ 9,820, 5 $12r421 $289 JanuarY 25, 1981
Series Ehmendorf AFB., Ft. Rich- GS-3 10,744 4 13,678 326
ardson, and all Alaska GS-4 11,693 3 14 r978 365 #467
Area Native Health Ser- GS-5 12F675 2 16,356 409
vice facilities in Alaska

GS-622, Medical Aid Anchorager AK, including GS-1 9L,712 9 11,994, varies January 25, 1981
.(Sterile Supplies) Elmendorf MAFS Ft. Rich- GS-2 10,398 7 12F999 289
Series ardson, and all Alaska GS-3 11,39.6 6 14,330 326 #468
Area Native Health Ser- GS-4 1,08 4 15r343 365
vice facilities in Ax GS-5 12, 675 2 16,356 409

GS-6441. Medical Techno- Anchorage, AK, incldn GS5 14,72G0 7 18,401 409 January 25, 1981
logist Series Elmendorf AFB, t. Rc GS-7 15, 699- 2 '20, 253 506
ardson, and,:all. Alaska. #469
Area, Native Healt1 We.-
vice f acillt-tes in AK
5-65,Meicl ecni ia nhrk gAicuigG 94,024 5 10,974- Varies. January 25,, 1981
Series Elmenorf AB t Rich WS-12 9p712 4 212Vari.es
ardson, and'all Alaska GS-3 10, 418 3 '13,,352 326' #470
:Area Native Health Ser- G04 11,328, 2 14 F 613 365
vice facilities in Alaska
GS-6471Dila nstic, Padio- Anchoragel, AK,, incbludig Gs%-4 12,058, 4 151343 35January 2.5, 1981
logic: Technologist Series Elmendorf AFBr Ft. Rich- GS-5 12,675 2 16,356 405
ardsont and all Alaska #471
Area Native Health Ser-
vice facilities in AK









GHOGPAPHC 1ST STEP IM5 STEBP tWIN-GRADS EFFECITEti 8 UM

GS-649, Ihl Ton'herapy Seattle, WA GS-4 $12r058 4 $15j343 $365 Ocntoer 1, 1980
Technician GS-5 13, 493 4 17,174 409
GS-6 15,496 5 1RI600 456 #451
GS-7 16,711 4 21,265 506
GS-8 17,387 2 22j436 561

GS-681, Dental Assistant Anchorage, AK, includ- GS-1 9,020 5 10,974 Varies January 25, 1981
series ing Ehaendorf AFB, Ft. GS-2 9,712 4 12,132 Varies
Richardson, and all GS-3 10,418 3 13,352 326 #473
Alaska Area Native GS-4 11?328 2 14,613 365
Health Service facili-
ties in Alaska

GS-69-9, Health Aid and Anchorage, AKp inclu!- GS-1 90,175 6 11,229 Varies January 25, 1981
Technician Series ding KE~xndorf AFB, GSw2 9, 820 5 12,421 289
Ft. Richardson, and GS-3 10, 744 4 13, 678 326 #472
al l Al aska Aream Nati~ey GS-4 11,693 3 14o,978 365






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Series GS-2 35,033S 10 43,115 898
GS-13 4l. 44 :G 10 5,272* 1,6 #9
GS14 46,705. 8 58,063* 1,262
GS15 50f 487, 5 .. .4852* 1,485


GSt'01, Veeinr Meia Wolwd.S9 2,6 26,645 60Otbr1, 1980









Science a Seie #400

Seie i te ng~g-,ab wer ohe atbrj GS-13 19,74720 5 245,321 15068
andArbitctre rop, io fr oveedGSrl4 2292533 28,50541 1,620#1









GE0MPIC 1ST STEP 10TH STEP WITHIN-GRADE WBETCTVE DATE&
OaCUPAICNAst SERIS COVERAGE GRADE RATE GSS RAT npmnES TWZWUB MBER--
GS-1321.. Metallurgy Nationwide* GS-5 $15,P947 10 $19, 628 $409 Octoaber 1, 1980
Seriesa GS-7 194,747 10. 24,301 506
GS r9- 22,305 7 27,885 620 #589
GS 11 24,736 4 31,486 750
GS-1654, Printing Managmtent Nationwide* GS-5 14,,311 6 1719-R2 40-q October 1, 1980
series (liveted to employees #725
who have at least a Bacclar
eate Degree with a major S
Printing 1anagainent.
GS-1822, Coal Mine Inspec Natibonwide* GS 9- 22,305 7 27,885 620 Mctober le 1980
tion Vx=ies GS-11 23,986 3 30,736 750 #778
GS-189-q, Surface Mi.ne
Inspector (Coalj





Attachment 2 to FPM Letter 530-237


Instructions For Converting Employees' Pay
and Reporting Personnel Actions


1. The pay of affected employees will be converted to the special or regular rate ranges
under section 304 of Executive Order 11721 and sections 530.305 and 530.306 of the Office
of Personnel Management's regulations, except that section 530.306 (b) (3) has been super-
seded by 5 U.S.C. 5363(a) (2), as added by the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978. This
provision of law relates to pay retention for employees whose existing rates of pay exceed
the maximnu rate of the grade as a result of the reduction or termination of a special
rate of pay. (FPM Letter 530-231 contained instructions on adjusting rates of pay
retained under 5 U.S.C. 5363, the new pay retention provision.)

2. No employee shall have his or her pay reduced solely because of the downward adjustment
or discontinuation of special salary rates. The following examples illustrate pay
conversions:

A. When a new special rate is one step equivalent lower than the superseded special rate
for a particular grade, employees in that special rate position will keep the same rate
of pay as they received immediately before the reduction. As a result, the employees'
step rates will be one step higher in the new special rate range on the effective date
of the reduction. In the example below, employees at the GS-3 step 3 of the special rate
range ($11,396) prior to the special rate reduction for that position would be placed in
step 4 after the reduction ($11,396), therefore experiencing no loss in pay. Following
is an illustration of the changes resulting from the reduction in the special rate range.

SPECIAL RATE RANGE

Grade 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Prior to reduction
GS-3 $10,744 11,070 11,396 11,722 12,048 12,374 12,700 13,026 13,352 13,678

After reduction
GS-3 10,418 10,744 11,070 11,396 11,722 12,048 12,374 12,700 13,026 13,352

B, When employees are in the 10th step of a discontinued special rate range, they will
retain the same pay rate after the special rate reduction as they did immediately before
he reduction, and will be placed in a "pay retention" status. This is because the
employees' existing pay rate exceeds the new maximum rate (10th step). In the
illustration above, a GS-3 step 10 earning $13,678 before the reduction will retain this
rate of pay after the reduction because it exceeds the 10th step of the new range
($13,352).

3. Recording and Reporting Personnel Actions

Record these personnel actions on forms SF 50 or SF 1126 (or equivalents). Under item 14
(authority) of SF 50, or in the "Remarks" section of SF 1126 enter "FPM Letter 530-237
dated 1981," and follow these instructions:

a. When a special rate range is eliminated or reduced and the employee's existing
pay rate equals one of the rates authorized for the position and grade, process the
personnel action as "899 Step-Rate Change" (item 12 of SF 50 or item 8 of SF 1126).
Enter the appropriate pay rate determinant code in the "Remarks" section of either
furm.





Attachment 2 to FPM Letter 530-237 (2)




b. Men a special rate range is eliminated or reduced and the employee's existing
pay rate is higher than the maximum rate authorized for the position and grade,
process the action as "899 Step-Rate Change" (item 12 of SF 50 or item 8 of SF 1126).
Enter "00" in the "Step or Rate" block of either form. Enter the salary in item 23 ......
of the "To" portion of SF 50 or in item 15 of SF 1126. Enter "5 U.S.C. 5363 (a) (2)"
in item 14 of SF 50 or in the "Remarks" section of SF 1126. Enter the appropriate
pay rate determinant code in the "Remarks" section of either form and the remark,
"Bmployee is entitled to pay retention."

c. Wen a special rate range is established or adjusted upwards, resulting in an
increase from the employees's existing pay rate, process the action as "894 Pay
Adjustment" (item 12 of SF 50 or iten 8 of SF 1126). Enter the appropriate pay rate
determinant code in the "Remarks" section of either form.

FRM Supplement 292-1 (pages 111-14 through 111-17) describes the pay rate deteurinant
code.

These actions must be reported to the Central Personnel Data File (CPDF) by either umnual
submission or automated submission. FPM Letter 296-61 contains instructions on submitting:::
manual reports to the CPDF; FPM Supplement 298-1, Subchapters 3 and 4, provides instructil 1i
for making autanated suabissions. If an agency makes automated suznissions, the pay rate :'.,i
determinant codes may be emitted fran the personnel action farms, but they must be reportedly
to the CPDF.







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(EffwV- EXTENDED RANG FOR SPECtAL RATES




1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 18 1 12 13 14 15, it 17 1

GS-1 $7,960 $8,225 $6,490 $0.765 $9.020 $9,175 $9,437 $9,699 $9,712 $9,954 $10.209 $10,484 $10,719 $10,974 $11,229 $11,484 41.1,739 $1224 i n49 VAR 051


GS-2 8,951 9,163 9,459 9,712 9,820 10,109 10,398 10,687 10,976 11,265 11,554 11,843 12,132 12,421 12,710 12,099 13,288 13,57 386 ,6 1 VAR GS-2


GS-3 9,766 10,092 10,418 10,744 11,070 11,396 11,722 12,048 12,374 12,700 13,026 13,352 13,678 14,004 14,3130 14,656 14,982 1538 15,639 $326 GS-3


GS4 10,963 11,328 11,693 12.058 12,423 12,788 13,153 13,518- 13,883 14,248 14,613 14,978 15,343 15,708 16,073 16,438 16,803 17,15.37f3 365 GS-4


GS-5 12,266 12,675 13,084 13,493 13,902 14,311 14,720 15,129 15,538 15,947 16,356 16,765 17,174 17,583 17,992 18,401 18,810 1929 19,628 4(19 GS-5


GS-6 13,672 14,128 14,584 15,040 15,496 15,952 16,408 16,894 17,320 17,776 18,232 18,688 19.144 19,600 20,056 20.512 20,968 2.2 21,880 456 GS-6


GS-7 15,193 15,699 16,206 16,711 17,217 17,723 18,229 18,735 19,241 19,747 20,253 20,759 21,266 21,771 22,277 22,783 23,289 2375 24,301 506 GS-7


GS-13 16,826 17,387 17,948 18,509 19,070 19,631 20,192 20,753 21.314, 21,975 22,436 22,997 23,558 24,119 24,680 25,241 25,802 20 3 28,924 a61 GS;4


101-9 18,585 19,205 19,825 20,445 21,965 21,685 22,305 22,925 23,545 24,,165 24,786 25,4H5 26,625 25,645 27,265 27,885 29;505 29,25 2,745 620 GS S
Wt
GS-10 20,487 21,149 21,831 22,513 23,195 23,877 24,559 25,241 25,923 26,605 27,287 27,969 28,651 29,333 30,015 30jIB97 31,379 32,01 32743 682. GS&W 0


GS4 1t 22,486 23,236 23,988 24,736 25,486 26,236 26,986 27,738 28,486 29,28 29,986 30,738 31,48 32,23 32X0 338738 34,486 5, 35,986. 750 Grii


GrS-112 26,951 27,849 28,747 29,645 30,543 31,"41 32,339 33,237 34,135 35,033 36,931 36,829 37,727 38,625 39,523 40,421 41,319 4221 43,115 898 GS-12 rt


88-13 32,048 33,116 34,184 35,252 36,320 '37,388 38.456 39,524 40,592 41,660 42,728 43,796 44,864 45i932 47,000 48,068 49,136 0,0' 51,272* 1,068 GS-13 r


GS-14 37,871 39,133 40,395 41,957 42,919 44,181 45,443 46,705 47,967 49,229 50,4914 61,753* 53,015* 54,277* 66,539- 56,4111- S8,063- 593 5- 0,87- 1,262 GS-14


815 44,547 46,032 47,517 49,002 50,487- 51,972* 53,457- 54, 9142- 56.,427- 57,912- 59,391 60,802' 62,ag7 63,852- 65.337- 66,822- 68.307- 9,2- 71,2]77* 1,405 jGS-15 4


*Employees at these rtes may actually be pid only $50,112.50.
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