1975

EXPLANATION OF SCHEDULES
Part II contains detailed schedules of permanent posi­
tions, which are furnished to the Congress pursuant to
the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended,
excluding waivers thereunder granted by Appropriations
Committees.
Most civilian employees in the Federal Government
are included in one of the following pay systems: Execu­
tive level, general schedule, or Foreign Service. The salary
ranges for the grades in each of these systems are shown
in the following tables. Pay rates for wage board positions
included in the “ungraded” positions are established on
the basis of prevailing rates which vary from area to area.
Salary ranges shown for general schedule (GS) and Foreign
Service (FS) are those which became effective in October
1973, and for executive levels, those which became effec­
tive in March 1969.
SALA R Y RAN GES OF THE MOST COMMON
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS

may be exceeded when pay rates in the private sector
for comparable occupations in one or more areas or
locations are substantially above the statutory rates. In
such cases, the Civil Service Commission has authority to
permit a higher entrance level (not to exceed the maximum
pay step prescribed by statute) and add a corresponding
number of steps above the stated pay range.
The following pages display schedules of permanent
positions for each of the three branches of Government.
The schedules relate to positions established for full-time
employment without time limit, and to any others
occupied for a year or more. Authorized positions as of the
end of the year are counted, whether filled or unfilled at
that time; positions abolished during the year are not
counted. Each schedule contains a listing of the grades of
authorized positions and the total number in each grade,
as illustrated below:
SALA R IE S AND E XPEN SES

[In dollars]
I. Executive levels:
Executive level 1....................................................
Executive level I I ...................................................
Executive level I I I .................................................
Executive level I V ..................................................
Executive level V ....................................................

60,000
42,500
40,000
38,000
36,000

n . General schedule:
GS-18..................................................................
GS-X7..................................................................
GS-16................................................... 32,806 to
GS-18................................................... 28,263 to
GS-14................................................... 24,247 to
GS-13................................................... 20,677 to
GS-12................................................... 17,497 to
G 8-11................................................... 14,671 to
GS-10................................................... 13,379 to
GS-9..................................................... 12,167 to
GS-8..................................................... 11,029 to
GS-7..................................................... 9,969 to
G S-6..................................................... 8,977 to
G S-8..................................................... 8, OSS to
GS-4..................................................... 7,198 to
GS-3..................................................... 6,408 to
GS-2..................................................... 6,682 to
GS-1..................................................... 5,017 to

36,000
36,000
36,000
36,000
31.819
26,878
22,744
19,072
17,393
18,821
14,341
12,967
11,668
10,467
9,3S8
8,334
7,383
6,520

III. Foreign Service (Foreign Service
Officer or Reserve):
Class 1................................................................... 36,000
Class 2 .................................................. 32,681 to 36,000
Class 3 .................................................. 28,800 to 30,960
Class 4 .................................................. 20,677 to 24,811
Class 8 .................................................. 16,799 to 20,189
Class 6 .................................................. 13,863 to 16,638
Class 7 .................................................. 11,641 to 13,969
Class 8 .................................................. 9,969 to 11,961
Foreign Service Staff:
Class 1 .................................................. 28,800 to 33,840
Class 2 .................................................. 20,677 to 26,878
Class 3 .................................................. 16,799 to 21,839
Class 4 .................................................. 13,863 to 18,021
Class 8 .................................................. 12,429 to 16,168
Class 6 .................................................. 11,144 to 14,483
Class 7 .................................................. 9,989 to 12,986
C lass8 .................................................. 8,954to 11,648
Class 9 .................................................. 8,028 to 10,440
Class 10................................................ 7,198 to 9,388

Note.— In the general schedule grades and certain
other positions, the pay scales shown in the schedules

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actu al
E x e cu tiv e le v e l I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e level V .........................
G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G 8 -7 ...................................................
G N ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
U n g r a d e d .........................................

1
6

1974
est.

1975
est.

4
1
20
34
38
25
12
7
17
6
46
19
19
14
7
4
7

1
5
1
4
1
20
38
46
27
16
7
23
5
48
19
23
17
10
4
7

1
5
1
4
1
21
47
66
37
26
7
30
5
57
21
25
21
12
4
8

T o t a l p erm an en t position s.
U n fille d position s, Jun e 3 0 . . . .

285
-9

322
-8

389
-8

T o t a l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r .............

276

314

381

Grades are reflected in the stub column; the most
commonly used grade series, general schedule, is abbre­
viated “ G S -._ .” Salary ranges are shown only when the
grades are unique to a single agency or bureau (e.g.,
physicians and nurses schedules within the Department
of Medicine and Surgery, Veterans Administration) or
where a grade is identified only by title. In the latter
case, the title of each grade and the basic salary
range is listed. Classification systems with the same
salary ranges as the general schedule are so noted. Two
additional lines provide for deducting the number of
unfilled positions to arrive at the total employment in
permanent positions at the end of the year.

1975

PERMANENT POSITIONS
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
O FFICE O F T E C H N O L O G Y
A S SE S SM E N T
Sa l a r ie s

and

CAPITOL GROUNDS

1974
est.

Executive level I I I .. .................................
Executive level IV ..................... ...........
Ungraded positions....................................

1975
est.

1
1
40

1
1
66

Total permanent positions.................
42
68
Unfilled positions. June 30........................................................
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............................

42

of

the

A r c h it e c t

of

the

C a p it o l

s a l a r ie s

1973
actual
Statutory:
Architect...................................
Assistant architect..................
Executive assistant.................
Administrative officer............
Coordinating engineer...........
General counsel ....................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
GS-4.........................................
Ungraded....................................
Total permanent positions.

C a p it o l B

u il d in g s

1974
est.

GS-15.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-5...............................................
Ungraded .....................................

1
1
1
75

1
1
1
75

1
1
1
75

Total permanent positions _

78

78

78

1974
est.

1
1
1
1
1
1

10
3
4
5
7
1
4

1
1
1
1
1
1
4
3
8
7
3
1
8
4
4
6
5
1
4

1
1
1
1
1
1
4
3
8
7
3
1
11
4
4
6
7
1
4

63

64

69

1
7
8
3

an d

1975
est.

G rounds

CAPITOL BUILDINGS
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

2
2
5
2
3
3

2
3
4
3
2
4

2
3
4
3
2
4

1975
est.

SENATE OFFICE BUILDINGS
1973
actual

1974
est.

Statutory: Superintendent___
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
GS-5............. ...............................
GS-4..............................................
Ungraded:
Hourly rates............................
Annual rates............................

1
1
2
3
2
4
9
2
9
1
12
2

1
1
2
3
2
4
9
2
9
1
13
2

1
1
2
3
2
4
9
2
9
1
13
2

337
64

338
64

340
64

Total permanent positions.

449

451

453

SENATE GARAGE

STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL CARE

1973
actual
GS-15........
GS-12........
GS-8..........
GS-6..........
G S-5..........
Ungraded

1974
est.

7

7

7

Total permanent positions.

7

7

7

Total permanent positions.

1974
est.

1

1
1
1
2
1
67

69

73

73

B O T A N IC G A R D E N
Sa l a r ie s

and

E xpenses

1973
actual
GS-13____
GS-12........
GS-11____
G S -6..........
G S-5_____
G S-4..........
Ungraded

1974
est.

1975
est.

51

1
1
1
1
1
1
51

1
1
1
1
1
1
51

56

57

57

1
2
1
1

L IB R A R Y O F CO N G RESS

1975
est.

l
2
1
7
1
8
5
7
2

1
1
1
1
1
7
3
6
7
5
2

1
l
l
1
1
7
3
6
7
5
2

601
54

605
54

607
54

690

694

696

1
1
1

1
1
2

1
1
2

117
51

151
51

151
51

GS-14............. .............................
GS-5.................... .......................
G S-4.............................................
Ungraded....................................

1
1
3
87

1
1
3
87

1
1
3
87

Total permanent positions.

190

224

224

Total permanent positions.

92

92

92

CAPITOL POWER PLANT
1973
actual

65

1
l
1
2
1
67

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedu le
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e L ib r a r y o f C o n g ress

HOUSE OFFICE BUILDINGS

Statutory: Superintendent___
GS-15...........................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13. - ......................................
GS-11............................................
GS-9.............................................
G S-8.............................................
G&-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
G S-4........................................ .
Ungraded:
Hourly rates............................
Annual rates............................

1975
est.

1975
est.

Ungraded.....................................

1973
actual

1974
est.

1
1
l
1

T otal permanent positions .

1973
actual

G rounds

and

1975
est.

GS-15.............................................
GS-14.................... ........................
GS-13............... - ...........................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11..............................................
G S -9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7............................................. .
G S -6...............................................
G S -5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
Ungraded:
Hourly rates..............................
Annual rates.............................

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u il d in g s

Total permanent positions.

68

A R C H IT E C T O F T H E C A P IT O L
O f f ic e

1973
actual

E xpenses

1973
actual

L ib r a r y B

1974
est.

1975
est.

1973
actual
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V .......................
Positions at rates established
under 5 U .S.C . 3104(a)(7)
($32,80&-$36,000).......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16.................... — ..................
GS-15............................. - ............
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
G S - 1 1 .........................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8.............................................
G S -7 ............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3...... .......................................
G S-2.............................................
GS-1.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
2

1
2

1
2

7
4
38
30
77
131
177
327
412
32
398
104
490
303
492
379
166
29
2
224

8
8
36
36
83
163
221
381
443
29
440
124
498
313
544
386
174
18
2
245

8
8
36
36
94
174
234
399
460
29
477
125
542
333
579
403
187
18
2
254

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

3,825
-8 2

4,155
-8 2

4,401
-8 2

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of >ear.............

3,743

4,073

4,319

1975

1973
actual

G O V E R N M E N T P R IN T IN G O FFICE
O f f ic e

of

S u p e r in t e n d e n t
s a l a r ie s

and

of

D

ocum ents

expen ses

1973
actual
Grades established b y the P ub­
lic Printer, comparable to
GS grades:
G G -18 .......................................................
G G -17 .......................................
1
1
G G -16.......................................
1
G G -15 .......................................
5
G G -14.......................................
5
G G -13 .......................................
8
G G -12 .......................................
22
G G -11 .......................................
3
G G -10 .......................................
34
G G -9 .........................................
23
G G -8 .........................................
90
G G -7 .........................................
75
G G -6 .........................................
165
G G -5 ._ .....................................
151
G G -4 .........................................
180
G G -3 .........................................
10
G G - 2 ._ .....................................
Ungraded:
521
H ourly rates............................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

1

1
1
6
7
14
20
11
45
20
106
94
220
171
240
7

1
1
6
7
14
21
11
52
20
109
94
220
174
250
7

521

607

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

1,295
-2 3 0

1,485
-2 97

1,595
-3 19

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1,065

1,188

1,276

R

e v o l v in g

F

und

1973
actual
P ublic Printer, $38,000..............
D epu ty public printer, $36,000..
Grades established by the Pub­
lic Printer, comparable to
GS grades:
G G -18 ........................ .............
G G -17 ........................ .............
G G -16 ........................ .............
G G -15 ........................ .............
G G -14........................ .............
G G -1 3 ........................ .............
G G -12........................ .............
G G -11 ........................ .............
G G -10 ........................ .............

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I

1
3
10
20
47
92
194
109
7

1974
est.
l
l

1
3
9
17
47
94
189
120
6

1975
est.
l
l

1
3
9
17
47
94
189
120
5

1974
est.

1975
est.

C O ST -A C C O U N T IN G S T A N D A R D S
BOARD

Grades established b y the P u b ­
lic Printer, comparable to
GS grades—Con.
G G -9 .........................................
G G -8 .........................................
G G -7 .........................................
G G -6 .........................................
G G -5 .........................................
G G -4 _ .......................................
G G -3 .........................................
G G -2 .........................................
G G -1 .........................................
Ungraded:
Annual rates............................
H ourly rates............................

75
15
155
204
183
285
277
19
10

63
15
160
203
174
277
275
21
8

61
15
156
194
150
260
224
19
8

210
5,200

210
5,101

210
5,101

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

7,118
-4 45

6,995
-4 3 9

6,885
-4 3 9

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

6,673

6,556

6,446

Sa l a r ie s

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

Executive level I V ....................
Executive level V ....................
GS-17.....................................
GS-16..................................
GS-15.........................................
GS-14.........................................
GS-13..............................
GS-12.........................................
GS-11..........................
G S-9...........................................
GS-8...........................................
GS-7...........................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

4
4
4
2
2
2
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
3
4
5
1
1
1
1 ..........i ..........i
1
i
i
5
5
6
6
6
6

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

41
-3

41
_____ _

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

38

41

41
___
41

G E N E R A L A C C O U N T IN G O FFICE
Sa l a r ie s

an d

E xpenses

U N IT E D S T A T E S T A X CO URT
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Sa l a r ie s

an d

1

1

1

1
1
3
12
27
51
225
506
702
708
739
12
598
70
373
191
304
331
123
20
3
49

1
1
3
13
28
49
266
542
719
746
770
12
560
68
364
235
352
292
117
17

1
1
3
13
29
48
288
568
751
779
737
13
562
62
399
266
366
299
112
8

44

44

Judges, $40,000...........................
Commissioners, $36,000.............
GS-18.........................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-14.........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12.........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
GS-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
GS-1..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

5,050
-8 8

5,200
-4 5

5,350
-2 3

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

4,962

5,155

5,327

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........

Comptroller General, $42,500...
D eputy comptroller general,
$40,000..........................................
General counsel, $38,000..............
Executive level IV .......................
GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16..............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14..............................................
GS-13..............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S -7 ....................... ......... ......... .
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1...............................................
Ungraded.......................................

E xpenses
1973
actual
20
5

1974
est.

1975
est.

2

19
7
1
2
2
4
22
16
15
18
30
4
13
6
18
7
4
2
1
2

19
7
1
2
2
4
24
16
13
19
31
4
u
6
18
7
4
2
1
2

185
-8

193
-5

193
-5

177

188

188

3
2
5
16
22
5
1
30
22
15
7
13
11
3
3

1975

SU PREM E CO URT O F T H E
U N IT E D ST A T E S

1973
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
Permanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e S u p r e m e C o u r t o f t h e U n it e d S t a t e s
1973
actual
Special positions at annual
rates:
$62,500: Chief Justice..............
$60,000: Associate Justice___
$40,000: Administrative as­
sistant....................................
$36,000: Clerk...........................
$33,000: R e p o r te r ...................
$30,500: Librarian....................
$30,000: Marshal......................
Grades established b y the
Supreme Court:
$31,089 to $36,000......................
$26,672 to $34,671......................
$22,745 to $29,566......................
$20,213 to $26,277.....................
$19,380 to $23,655......................
$19,247 to $25,018......................
$16,245 to $20,520......................
$16,138 to $20,979... ...............
$14,717 to $19,132.....................
$13,395 to $17,670......................
$13,384 to $17,403......................
$12,132 to $15,775.....................
$10,966 to $14,253......................
$10,830 to $15,105......................
$9,975 to $14,250........................
$9,875 to $12,835........................
$8,861 to $11,514........................
$7,918 to $10,294........................
$7,049 to $9,167.........................
$6,250 to $8,121.........................
Rate of $18,303.........................
Rate of $17,500.........................
Rate of $15,108.........................
Rate of $8,000...........................
Rate of $5,530...........................

4
2
7
1
5
2
8
6
4
10
16
12
1
44
10
16
12
4
26
1
27
1
4
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

C are

of

the

B

u il d in g

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
8

1
8

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

1
8

3
3
8
7
1
7
2
11
6
4
8
19
14
1
47
10
16
11
4
26

25
1
4
1

26
1
4
1

238
-8

244
-4

254
-4

230

240

250

1973
actual

G rounds
1974
est.
1
1

1
1

1
31

31

31

Total permanent positions .

33

33

33

CO U R T O F CUSTOM S A N D
PATENT APPEALS
S a l a r ie s

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

Special positions at annual
rates:
$42,500: Judge..........................
$36,000: Chief technical ad­
visor.....................
$30,000: Clerk of c o u r t...

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1973
actual
Unfilled positions, June 30

1

1
2
8
1
4
5
2
2
1
2
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

31
-2

31
. ..........

36
...........

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year........

29

31

36

1
2
3

1

4
5
2
2
1
2
1

1
2
3
1
4
5
2
2
1
2

E

xpenses

1973
actual
Special positions at annual
rates:
$40,000: Judge................. ........
$30,000: Clerk of court . . .
Grades established b y Judicial
conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-15, $28,263 to $36,000___
JSP-14, $24,247 to $31,519___
JSP-13, $20,677 to $26,878.. .
JSP-12, $17,497 to $22,744___
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072.. .
JSP-10, $13,379 to $17,393___
JSP-9, $12,167 to $15,821
JSP-8, $11,029 to $14,341... _
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957..
.
JSP-6, $8,977 to $11,668
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467.. ..
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358

1974
est.

9
1

15
7
1
6
1
15
2
14
9
17
22
3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

128
-1 2

128
-2

122
-2

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year___ . . .

116

126

120

1974
est.

1975
est.

5

5

5

1
1

1
1

1
1

C O U R T OF CLAIM S
and

E

1974
est.

2
4
3
17
6
10
6
8
1
6
8

2
4
3
17
6
10
6
8
1
6
8

2
4
3
17
6
10
6
9
1
6
8

Total permanent positions.

94

94

95

7
15
1

1975
est.

97
400

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

497
-1 6

497
-1 5

497
-1 5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

481

482

482

S a l a r ie s

of

S u p p o r t in g P e r s o n n e l
1974
est.

1975
est.

Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-15, $28,263 to $36,000___
JSP-14, $24,247 to $31,519___
JSP-13, $20,677 to $26,878___
JSP-12, $17,497 to $22,744___
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072___
JSP-10, $13,379 to $17,373....
JSP-9, $12,167 to $15,821........
JSP-8, $11,029 to $14,341____
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957..........
JSP-6, $8,977 to $11,668..........
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467..........
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358............
JSP-3, $6,408 to $8,334............
JSP-2, $5,682 to $7,383............
Ungraded.....................................

6
74
98
737
606
704
746
274
378
420
826
293
13
15
535

6
73
97
737
603
702
1,113
265
626
413
820
287
13
15
534

6
73
97
739
630
702
1,456
265
767
413
1,036
287
13
15
544

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30... .

5,725
-368

6,304
-321

7,043
-3 53

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

5,357

5,983

6,690

1975
est.

$42,500: J u d g e ........................
$36,000: Commissioner...............
$30,000: Clerk of court...............
Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-14, $24,247 to $31,519___
JSP-13, $20,677 to $26,878....
JSP-12, $17,497 to $22,744....
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072___
JSP-10, $13,379 to $17,393....
JSP-9, $12,167 to $15,821____
JSP-8, $11,029 to $14,341
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467..
.
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358____
JSP-2, $5,682 to $7,383...........

7
15
1

1974
est.

97
400

xpenses

1973
actual

D ISTRICT
JU D IC IAL

annual

1973
actual
15
7
1
6
1
15
2
14
12
20
22
3

94

93

97
400

9
1

13
10
3
4
3
10
9
15
13
20
18

S a l a r ie s

at

-1

-1

$42,500: Circuit judgeship___
$40,000: District ju d gesh ip ...

1975
est.

9
1

positions

1975
est.

J udges
1973
actual

CUSTOMS COURT
and

of

1974
est.

89

COURT
OF
APPEALS,
CO URTS, A N D
O TH E R
SE R VIC ES

Special

S a l a r ie s

-5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1975
est.

GS-12............................................
G S-5......................................
G S-4......................................
Ungraded positions...................

1

1975
est.

S a l a r ie s

3
3
4
7
1
6
2
11
6
4
8
18
14
1
44
10
16
11
4
26

and

Grades established by Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-14, $24,247 to $31,519___
JSP-13, $20,677 to $26,878,...
JSP-12, $17,497 to $22,744___
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072....
JSP-10, $13,379 to $17,393___
JSP-9, $12,167 to $15,821
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957..........
JSP-6, $8,977 to $11,668..........
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467..........
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358
JSP-2, $5,682 to $7,383______

1974
est.

7
15
1

R

b y C o u r t - A p p o in t e d C o u n ­
O p e r a t io n of D e f e n d e r O r g a n i-

e p r e s e n t a t io n
sel an d
z a t io n s

1973
actual
Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-12, $17,497 to $22,744.. .
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072___
JSP-9, $12,167 to $15,821........
JSP-8, $11,029 to $14,341........
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957

1974
est.

1
8

1975
est.

1
9
4
6
7

4
5

967

1
11
3
5
8

1975

COURT
OF
APPEALS,
C O U RTS, A N D
OTHER

D ISTRICT
JU D IC IA L

S a l a r ie s

and

E x p e n s e s of U
M a g is t r a t e s

SE R V IC E S— Continued
R

1973
actual

C o u r t -A p p o in t e d C o u n ­
O p e r a t io n o f D e f e n d e r O r g a n i­
z a t io n s — C o n t in u e d

States

n it e d

1974
est.

and

1973
actual
Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-6, $8,977 to $11,668_____
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467..........
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358 ............
U n g ra d e d ...................................
Total permanent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30.......
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1974
est.

14
7
4
53

19
11
3
71

96
-4

137

137

131

th e

1973
actual

20
8
7
74

131

92

A d m in is t r a t iv e O f f ic e o f
S tates C ourts

1975
est.

101
1
1

110
1
1

1
51
30
36
49
9

1
66
30
51
49
9

1
75
30
60
49
9

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

264
-2 0

309
-1 5

336
-1 5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

244

294

321

1973
actual

1975
est.

1974
est.

Ungraded...................... . ..................... .......

Special positions at annual
rates:
$40,000: Director......................
$36,000: D eputy director........
GS-18............................................
GS-17........................................ .
GS-16........................................
GS-15............................................
G S -1 4 ..................................... .
G S -1 3 .......................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11...................................... .
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
G S - 7 ...- ......................................
G S - 6 ...........................................
G S -5 ...........................................
GS-4______ ____ __________ _
G S-3............................................
G S-2.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
1
4
1
11
11
15
14
19
3
18
8
49
36
30
14
6
16

1
1
1
4
1
11
11
16
16
21
3
18
8
52
43
30
17
6
17

1
1
1
4
1
12
15
27
22
28
3
22
17
61
57
34
17
6
19

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

258
-7

277
-9

348
-1 0

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

251

268

338

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C o m m is s io n o n R e v is io n of t h e F e d er al
C o u r t A p p e l l a t e S y s t e m o f t h e U n it e d
S tates

U n it e d

1974
est.

Special positions at annual
rates:
$30,000: U.S. m a g istra te___
$20,000: U.S. magistrate........
$16,000: U.S. magistrate........
Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072___
JSP-8, $11,029 to $14,341........
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957_____
JSP-6, $8,977 to $11,668..........
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467_____
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358______

87

1975
est.
4

Total permanent positions.................
4
Unfilled positions, June 30.......................................
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year....... .....................

of

R

(S

eferees

F

p e c ia l

1973
actual

1975
est.

e p r e s e n t a t io n b y
sel

S a l a r ie s

und)

1974
est.

1975
est.

Special positions at rates estab­
lished b y the Judicial
Conference:
$31,650: Referee in bank­
ru ptcy...................................

189

189

189

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

189
-1 7

189
-2

189
-2

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

172

187

187

E

xpenses

of

R

(S

eferees

p e c ia l

1973
actual

F

und

1974
est.

)

1975
est.

Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the United
States (comparable to GS
grades):
JSP-12, $17,497 to $22,744___
JSP-11, $14,671 to $19,072.. .
JSP-10, $13,379 to $17,373.. .
JSP-9, $12,167 to $15,821... .
JSP-8, $11,029 to $14,341........
JSP-7, $9,969 to $12,957..........
JSP-6, $8,977 to $11,668..........
JSP-5, $8,055 to $10,467..........
JSP-4, $7,198 to $9,358... .
JSP-3, $6,408 to $8,334............

4
11
19
40
102
113
175
196
213
48

4
11
19
40
102
113
175
196
213
48

4
11
19
40
102
113
175
196
213
48

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

921
-4 2

921
-2 1

921
-2 1

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

879

900

900

4

F E D E R A L J U D IC IA L C E N T E R
Space

and

F a c il it ie s ,

the

1973
actual

J u d ic ia r y
1974
est.

S a l a r ie s

and

xpenses

1973
actual

1975
est.

GS-13............................................................................ .............1
GS-12............................................ ........................... .............8
GS-11............................................ ........................... .............4
G S -9...........................................................................................6
G S -7...........................................................................................1
G S-6............................................. ........................... .............4
G S-5............................................. ........................... .............7
G S-4...........................................................................................4

E

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-14............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S -8 ............................................
GS-7.............................................
G S-5.............................................
G S -4........................ ....................
Ungraded...................................

1
2
1
1
2
1
25

1
3
1
1
2
1
28

2
1
4
2
3
2
2
34

............................

35

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

33
............

37
-1

50
-2

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............................................

35

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

33

36

48

T otal permanent positions.

1975

T H E W H IT E H O U SE O FFIC E
Sa l a r ie s

and

E

C O UN CIL ON E N V IR O N M E N T A L Q U A L ­
IT Y A N D O FFIC E O F E N V IR O N ­
M E N T A L Q U A L IT Y

xpenses

1974
est.

1973
actual
Executive level I I .......................
GS-17............................................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11....... ....................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S -8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
GS 6.............................................
G S-5..............................................
GS-4..............................................
GS 3.............................................
G S-2.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

14

14

3
5
6
15
13
28
28
37
40
76
75
52
12
10

3
5
6
15
13
28
28
37
45
68
75
52
16
8
1
96

96

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

510
-2 6

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

484

1975
est.
14
1
2
5
6
15
13
28
28
37
45
68
75
52
16
8
1
126

510
-------------

S a l a r ie s

540
-------------

510

1974
est.

1973
actual

48
27

48
27

48
38

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

75
-5

75
-5

86
-4

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year..........

70

70

82

TO

1973
actual
Ungraded.....................................

39

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

39
-1 3

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.

26

THE

1974
est.

1975
est.

30
30
_ _ _ _

30
30
...........

30

30

Total permanent positions.................
Unfilled positions, June 30.......................

1
2
1
1
8
3
2
2
2
4
7
3
2
1
0
2
1
8

1
2
1
1
8
4
2
2
2
5
6
5
1
0
1
1
0
8

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

56

50

50

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

56

50

50

C O UN CIL ON IN T E R N A T IO N A L
ECONOM IC PO LIC Y
an d

E xpenses

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o f P e r m a n e n t P o s i ­
t io n s P a id F r o m F u n d A v a il a b l e to t h e
C o u n c il o p E c o n o m ic A d v is e r s
1973
actual

1974
est.

Executive level IV .....................
Executive level V .......................
GS-18...........................................
GS-17...........................................
GS-16...........................................
G S -1 5 ..........................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13......... ..................................
G S -1 2 ..........................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10...........................................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................

1974
est.

1
2
5
2
1
4
1

4
1
1
2
1
3
3

4
I
1
2
1
3
3

29
29
- 1 ---------

31

3
4
1
5
5
4
1

Total permanent employment, end of year.............

1975
est.
1
2
5
2
1
2
1

2
1
3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

CO UN CIL O F ECONOM IC A D V IS E R S

28

29

31

1975
est.

1
2
1
4
5
1
7
1
2
2
2
36

1
2
1
4
3
1
7
1
1
2
1
22

1
2
1
4
3
1
7
1
1
2
1
22

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

64
—16

46

46

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year_______

48

46

46

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1975
est.

1
2
1
1
8
4
3
2
2
4
8
5
2
1
1
2
1
8

1973
actual

Executive level II __
Executive level I V .
GS-13.................
GS-11...........
GS-10...........
GS-9...........
GS-8........
GS-7.............
G S -6 ..
G S -5 ....
G S-3.............
Ungraded...............

1974
est.

Executive level I I ......................
Executive level I V .....................
GS-18............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13...........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10......................................... .
GS-9.............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
G S-4.............................................
GS-3.............................................
GS-2.............................................
Ungraded....................................

S a l a r ie s

T H E D O M ESTIC COUNCIL
S a l a r ie s

and

E

xpenses

1973
actual

E xpenses
1973
actual

1975
est.

Ungraded:
Annual rates.
Hourly rates............................

SP E C IA L A S SIS T A N C E
P R E SID E N T

and

E xpenses

xpenses

1973
actual

S a l a r ie s

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year_______

1974
est.

1975
est.

1974
est.

1975
est.

1,040
—75

1,040
______

965

1,040

______

N ote : D eta il sch ed u le t o be d evelop ed a t a la te r
date.

N A T IO N A L S E C U R IT Y CO UN CIL
Sa l a r ie s

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

540

E X E C U T IV E R E SID E N C E
O p e r a t in g E

and

F E D E R A L E N E R G Y O FFIC E

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18................................. ..........
GS-17............................. ........... ..
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13...................................... .
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
G S - 5 ...........................................

4
4
3
9
7
5
2
7
3
11
8
8
4
4

4
5
5
7
7
3
4
6
6
14
6
6
3
3

3
4
5
6
6
4
4
5
6
15
5
7
4
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

79
-7

79

75

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

72

79

75

O FFIC E O F M A N A G E M E N T A N D
BUDGET
S a l a r ie s

an d

E

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

Executive level I I .....................
Executive level I I I ....................
Executive level I V .....................
Executive level V ........................
GS-18.......................................... .
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15.................. ........................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10...........................................
GS-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
GS-4............................................ .
G S-3..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
5
3
13
15
39
109
78
61
41
36
5
45
52
68
37
21
9
5
16

1
1
6
3
13
15
44
116
78
61
37
36
10
49
47
67
35
16
5
5
15

Ungraded ...................................

75

30

30

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

75
—46

30

30

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

660
-6 8

660
-1 0

29

30

30

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........

592

650

1975
est.
1
1
6
3
13
15
44
126
84
61
41
34
7
52
49
75
35
19
5
4
16
691
.
691

1975

S P E C IA L A C T IO N O FFIC E FO R D R U G
A B U S E P R E V E N T IO N

O F F IC E O F T E L E C O M M U N IC A T IO N S
PO LIC Y
S a l a r ie s

and

S a l a r ie s

E xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

1975
est.
Executive level I I .........................
Executive level V ........................
GS-18............................................
GS-17................................... .........
GS-16...........................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11........................................ . .
GS-10............................................
GS-9................. ...........................
G S-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6............................... .............
G S-5..............................................
GS-4..............................................
GS-3................. ............................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
2

1974
est.

1975
est.

l
l
l
l
3
10

1
1
1
l
3
10

Executive level I I I ...................
Executive level I V .....................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................. .............
GS-15............................................
GS-14........... ...............................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
GS-4................................... ..........
GS-3..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
3
3
3
19
7
5
1
1
1
3
5
4
5
2
1

1

1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

66
-8

52
............

60
............

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

116

30

30

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year..............

57

52

60

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

116

30

30

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1
3
3
3
14
3
2
2
2
2
3
4
4
2
2

1
1
3
3
3
17
6
2
1
3
4
3
6
4
2

5
15
14
9
1
1
8 ......... . ............
9
1
1
1
5
11
5
10
6
6
___
______
16
............
7
3 ______ ______
1
__
2
1 ........... ............

SP E C IA L R E P R E S E N T A T IV E FO R
T R A D E N E G O T IA T IO N S
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
or
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e S p e c ia l R e p r e s e n t a t iv e
1973
actual

1974
est.

Executive level I I .......................
Executive level I V ......................
GS-18........ ...................................
GS-17....................................... .
GS-16........................ ____............
GS-15........ ................................ .
GS-14...........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11........ ................. .................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8.............................................
G S-7....................................... .
G S-6..............................................
G S -5 .............................................
G S-4..........................................
G S -3..............................................

1
2
2
4
2
5
2
1
1
4
2
6
1
5
3
3

1
2
2
3
3
5
3
2
1
5
1
5

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

45
-4

45
............

45
............

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end o f y e a r ...........

41

45

45

1

1975
est.

1
2
2
3
3
5
2
1
3
6
1
5
4
3
2
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
............ ............

1975

FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT
FO R EIG N A S S IS T A N C E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e A g e n c y fo r I n t e r n a t io n a l D ev e l­
opm ent

1973
actual
Executive level I I .....................
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V .......................
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for
International
Develop­
ment (22 U .S.C . 2385),
comparable to GS grades:
A D -1 8 .......................................
A D -17........................................
A D -16........................................
A D -15........................... ...........
A D -1 4 ........................................
A D -13.................. .....................
A D -1 2 ....... ...........................
A D -11........................................
A D -10........................................
A D -9 .............. ..........................
A D -7 ..........................................
A D -6 ..........................................
A D -5 ............ ..........................
A D -4 ..........................................
GS-17...................... ....................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13...........................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11...................... ....................
GS-10............................................
GS-9........... .................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
G S-5...........................................
G S-4.............................................
G S -3 ............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................

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1
9
2

14
6
15
20
3
5
2
3
1
5
2
1
2
1
5
12
214
191
198
143
167
5
167
59
280
248
251
277
101
28
3

1974
est.

1975
est.
1
1
9
2

14
7
15
19
3
5
2
3
1
5
2
1
2
1
5
11
190
170
176
127
148
5
148
52
249
220
223
246
90
25
3

1
1
9
2

14
7
15
19
3
5
2
3
1
5
2
1
2
1
0
11
178
160
164
119
139
5
139
50
233
207
210
232
84
24
3

1973
actual
Grades established b y the For­
eign Service A ct of 1946, as
amended (22 U .S.C. 801H58):
Chief o f Mission:
Class 2, $42,500.....................
Class 3, $40,000.....................
Class 4, $38,000.....................
Foreign Service Reserve of­
ficer:
F S R -1 .......... ........................
F S R -2 ...................................
F S R -3 ...................................
F S R -4 ...................................
F S R -5 ...................................
F S R -6 ...................................
F S R -7 ...................................
F S R -8 ...................................
Foreign Service Staff:
F S S -3 ...................................
F SS-4....................................
FSS-5.....................................
FSS-6.....................................
FSS-7....................................
FSS-8...... ..............................
FSS-9....................................
Ungraded:
Wageboard employees............
Local
employees
(dollar
funded)..................................
Trust funded local employees.

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1
13
10

1
13
10

1
13
10

203
512
1,049
987
407
76
38
2

180
454
932
877
362
67
33
2

170
426
877
825
340
64
31
2

5
24
68
134
195
76
11

5
21
60
119
173
68
10

4
20
57
112
163
64
10

25

25

25

1,786
3,467

2,028
3,026

2,133
2,812

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

11,531
-1 ,4 2 3

10,647
-7 4 7

10,215
-7 1 5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year..............

10,108

9,900

9,500

O v e r se a s P r iv a t e I

nvestm en t

1973
actual
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level IV .....................
Executive level V .......................
GS-15............................................

1
1
3
16

C o r p o r a t io n
1974
est.
1
1
3
14

1975
est.
1
1
3
15

GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7............................................ .
G S-6..............................................
G S -5..............................................
G S -4..............................................
GS-2.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

12
7
8
3
1
11
9
19
13
11
3
1
22

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 ...

141
-2 2

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

119

I n ter-A

m e r ic a n

F

1974
est.

1975
est.

14
8
7
4
2
9
9
25
10
3
1

14
8
6
4
2
9
9
26
10
2
1

19

19

130
130
---------- ---------130

130

o u n d a t io n

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I V .....................
GS-17............................... ...........
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
G S -1 1 ..........................................
GS-10................................. ..........
G S - 9 ...........................................
G S -7 ........................................... .
GS-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S -3 ............................................

1
1
2
10
2
5
6
4
2
7
5
2
2
3

1
1
2
10
2
7
6
5
2
7
7
4
3
4
1

1
1
2
11
1
12
7
5
2
9
8
6
3
5
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30 .

52
-1

62
............

74
............

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

51

62

74

1975

1973
actual
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to D e p a r t m e n t a l A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actual

1975
est.

1974
est.

Executive level I .......................
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V .......................
G S -1 8 .........................................
GS-17................................... .........
GS-16............................................
G S -15.........................................
GS-14.................... ............... .
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............. ............. ...............
G S-9..............................................
G S -8.......................................... .
G S-7............... ............................
GS-6..............................................
GS-5............................................ .
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..........................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
5
2
7
11
26
116
207
323
332
342
10
278
28
365
200
301
262
194
41
4
174

1
1
5
2
6
11
28
127
216
335
372
387
13
295
43
425
199
374
327
272
57
6
162

1
1
5
2
6
11
28
132
216
341
381
397
14
296
49
432
203
378
347
285
72
6
162

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

3,230
-2 9 3

3,664
-3 3 8

3,765
-461

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

2,937

3,326

3,304

A G R IC U L T U R A L R E S E A R C H SE R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e A g r i c u l t u r a l R e s e a r c h S e r v ic e
1973
actual
Executive level V ........................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16......................................
GS-15................................... .........
G S - 1 4 ........................................
GS-13........... .........................
GS-12.......................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10.................................... .
G S-9..............................................
G S - 8 ... ......................................
G S -7..............................................
G S -6...................... ......................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S -3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................
Positions at rates established
b y act of June 20, 1958 (5
U .S.C . 1161(c), $32,806 to
$36,000........................................
Positions at rates established
b y act of April 24, 1948 (21
U .S.C . 113a), $32,806 to
$36,000............ ..........................
Grades established under the
foreign national pay plan:
Argentina:
FSL-7, $3,878 to $4.625........
France:
FSL-10, $4,961 to $6,945....
F S L -5, $6,713 to $9,398........
F S L -4, $7,282 to $10,240....
F S L -3, $7,915 to $11,081....
FS L-2, $8,567 to $11.993....
Italy:
FS L -6, $4,202 to $6,355.....
FS L-2, $6,286 to $8.800.___
Kenya:
FS L -4. $3,400 to $4.760.....
Netherlands:
FS L-4, $10,400 to $14,560...
FS L-3, $10,975 to $15,365...

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1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
5
25
332
560
1,055
1,008
562
3
779
12
1,049
203
1,106
665
248
46
2

1
1
5
25
332
560
1,047
939
523
3
726
12
978
190
1,031
620
231
46
2

1
1
5
25
332
560
1,047
939
523
3
726
12
978
190
1,031
620
231
46
2

13

13

13

5

5

5

1

1

1

2
1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1

1

1

2
1

2
1

2
1

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1974
est.

1975
est.

2
21
17
5
2
1
1
5
1
11
3
19
11
2
1
1

3
18
17
6
1
2
1
5
1
11
3
19
7
2
1

3
18
17
6
1
2
1
5
1
11
3
19
7
2
1
...........

1

1
2
6
4
1
1

1
2
6
4
1
1

20
1,529

19
1,442

19
1,442

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

9,256
-761

8,779
-504

8,779
-5 0 4

GS-16................................... .........
GS-15............... ............................
GS-14.......................... ............... .
G S - 1 3 .........................................
GS-12............................................
G S -1 1 .........................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7................................... ..........
G S -6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4............................................ G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

8,495

8,275

8,275

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

105
-2 0

99
-2 0

99
-2 0

Total permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year..........

85

79

79

Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development,
pursuant to Public Law 665:
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000.......
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820.......
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878.......
F C -9, $17,559 to $22,744.........
F C -8, $14,787 to $19,039.........
F C -6, $12,257 to $15,741.........
Ungraded:
Annual rates........................
Hourly rates.........................

2
2
4
5

A N IM A L A N D P L A N T H E A L T H
IN SPE CTIO N SE R VIC E

E X T E N S IO N S E R V IC E

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
A n im a l a n d P l a n t H e a l t h I n s p e c t io n
S e r v ic e
1973
actual
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................. .............
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3.............................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1..............................................
Grades established under the
foreign national pay plan:
Mexico:
FSL-9, $7,793 to $9,221.......
FSL-8, $7,014 to $7,975.......
FSL-7, $5,959 to $6,920.......
FSL-6, $4,837 to $5,925.......
FSL-5, $3,723 to $4,712.......
FS L -4, $2,549 to $3,538.......
FS L -3. $2,189 to $2.854.......
Grades established b y the D i­
rector, Agency for Inter­
national Development, pur­
suant to P ublic Law 665:
F C -U , $24,122 to $31,820........
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878........
Ungraded:
Annual rates............................
H ourly rates.............................
Total, permanent positions
Unfilled positions, June 30.......
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

2
3
10
79
228
588
1,360
1,035
79
2,953
893
4,151
135
1,583
736
253
35
5

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1
1
4
12
86
270
577
1,349
1,101
79
2,968
893
4,171
136
1,677
739
253
35
5

1
1
4
12
86
272
586
1,351
1,153
79
3,026
893
4,207
136
1,712
740
253
35
5

3
1
2
10
60
47
20

3
2
3
15
61
56
3

3
2
3
15
61
56
3

1
1

1
1

1
1

10
417

10
449

10
449

14,700
-9 27

14,961
-991

15,156
-1 ,0 5 6

13,773

13,970

14,100

C O O P E R A T IV E S T A T E R E SE A R C H
S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
C o o p e r a t iv e S t a t e R e s e a r c h S e r v ic e
1973
actual
Administrator, $36,000...............
GS-17............................................

I
I

1974
est.
l
l

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
Permanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e E x t e n s i o n S e r v ic e

1975
est.
l
l

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
5
25
55
16
4
6
13
10
21
16
26
9
6
4

1
1
5
25
55
15
4
6
12
10
20
16
26
9
6
4

1
3 ...........
3 ...........
1 ...........
2
2

...........
...........
...........
2

GS-18...................... .....................
GS-17...........................................GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
G S -1 3............................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11...........................................
G S-9..............................................
G S -8 .............................................
G S-7................................... - .........
G S-6................. - ......................... G S-5............- ...............................
G S -4..............................................
G S -3 .............................................
G S -2..................................... .........
Grades established b y the
A gency for International
Developm ent:
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000........
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820........
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878........
F C -8, $14,787 to $19,039.........
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
5
26
55
17
7
6
13
11
25
18
21
9
6
3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

234
-1 5

220
—25

217
-2 2

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

219

195

195

N A T IO N A L A G R IC U L T U R A L L IB R A R Y
1973
actual

1974
est.

1

1975
est.

GS-17...........................................
GS-16...................... ....................
GS-16............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13.......................... .................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............... ............................
G S - 9 ......................... .................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S -3..............................................
G S -2............................... .............
Ungraded.....................................

3
6
21
10
35
9
6
16
21
25
14
12
13
3

1
3
8
18
7
34
8
5
17
20
22
13
10
12
3

i
3
8
18
7
34
8
5
17
20
22
13
10
12
3

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

195
-1 5

181
-1 1

181
-1 1

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r............

180

170

170

1975

1973
actual

ST A T IS T IC A L R E P O R TIN G SE R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e S t a t i s t i c a l R e p o r t in g S e r v ic e
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15.......................................... GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S -3 ............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development:
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820........
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878____

1
1
5
17
48
80
127
86
91
0
115
67
153
148
125
47
2

1
1
5
17
48
80
128
86
93
5
115
68
153
150
125
47
2

1
1
5
17
48
80
128
87
93
5
117
68
154
150
125
47
2

1
2

1
2

1
2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled postions, June 30--------

1,121
—60

1,127
—56

1,131
—49

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year-----------

1,061

1,071

1,082

ECONOM IC R E S E A R C H SE R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
Perm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d ITr o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e E c o n o m ic R e s e a r c h S e r v ic e
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
3
7
52
122
223
142
71
2
67
11
85
84
105
53
28
11

1
3
7
54
119
229
139
68
2
62
10
80
77
104
52
27
11

1
3
7
54
119
231
143
70
2
64
10
82
80
106
54
27
11

1
6
4
4
1
1
1

1
5
4
3
1
1
2

1
5
4
3
1
1
2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,085
-4 7

1,002
-4 0

1,081
-4 0

1,038

1,022

1975
est.

1973
actual

G S-6.............................................
G S-5.............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S -3.............................................
G S-2.............................................
G S-1.............................................

10
26
23
12
4
1

10
27
24
13
5
1

12
30
27
15
6
3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

163
-7

188
-8

217
—8

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

156

180

209

P A C K E R S A N D ST O C K Y A R D S
A D M IN IST R A T IO N
1973
actual

1974
est.

GS-17...........................................
GS-15...........................................
GS 14...........................................
GS-13...........................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11.................... ......................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
G S -4 ...........................................
G S-3.............................................
GS-1............... .............................

1
4
10
28
52
24
12
3
7
21
18
13
14
1

1
4
10
28
53
24
7
3
6
20
22
8
13
1

1
4
10
28
53
26
10
3
6
20
23
8
13
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30—

208
-2 0

200
-1 0

206
-1 0

Total permanent employ­
ment, end of year............

188

190

196

1,041

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e F a r m e r C o o p e r a t i v e S e r v ic e
1973
actual
GS-17............................................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S -8 ............................... ...........
GS-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
GS-2..............................................
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development:
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000.___
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820........

1974
est.

1975
est.
1

1
7
12
24
12
6
5
1
5
3
5
4
3
1

1
7
14
24
12
6
5
2
5
4
4
5
3
1

7
14
24
12
6
5
2
5
4
4
5
3
1

1
1
1 ...........

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

91
-1 4

94
-6

94
-6

Total permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year............

77

88

88

A U T H O R IT Y
FO R E IG N A G R IC U L T U R A L SE R VIC E

GS-17_____________ ____ _____
OS-16________________________
GS-15----------------------------------GS-14-------------------------- ---------GS-13--------- --------------------------GS-12________________ ____ _
GS-11________________________
GS-9----------- -- ------------- ---------G S -8 .. ........... ............ ...........
GS-7--------------------------------------

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1
1
6
9
8
18
8
13
1
22

1974
est.
1
1

1975
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F o r e ig n A g r i c u l t u r a l S e r v ic e

1
1
6
11
14
28
9
14
1
23

6
11
21
35
10
12
1
26

1973
actual
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................

1
1
3

1974
est.

1975
est.
1
1
4

1975
est.

GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
G S -9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S - 5 ............................................
G S -4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

13
61
108
79
34
25
34
23
68
76
28
29
13
8
144

13
71
123
107
42
42
49
28
92
93
39
38
16
5
147

13
73
127
102
44
40
49
27
94
96
38
36
16
5
148

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

748
-6 6

911
-8 2

914
-8 5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ............

682

829

829

A G R IC U L T U R A L S T A B IL IZ A T IO N A N D
C O N S E R V A T IO N SE R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
A g r ic u l t u r a l S t a b il iz a t io n a n d C o n s e r ­
v a t io n S e r v ic e
1973
actual

1
1
4

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16........................ ...................
GS-15.................... ......................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................... ...........
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7...................................... .
GS-S...................................... .
GS-5..............................................
GS-4........................ ....................
GS-3........................ ....................
GS-2..............................................
G S-1.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
3
2
19
95
192
330
614
375
5
275
37
276
209
552
411
165
43
16
80

1
3
2
17
90
187
299
597
407
3
242
34
263
211
450
352
148
44
5
77

1
3
2
17
90
187
299
597
407
3
242
34
263
211
450
352
148
44
5
77

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

3,700
-4 2 6

3,432
-4 32

3,432
-4 32

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r .. ___

3,274

3,000

3,000

F E D E R A L CROP IN SU R A N C E
C O R PO R ATIO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F e d e r a l C r o p I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

1

C O M M O D ITY E X C H A N G E

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

F A R M E R C O O P E R A T IV E SE R V IC E

GS-18............................................
G S -1 7 ..........................................
G S -1 6 ..........................................
GS-15 ..........................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8........... ........................... .
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
GS-4.............................................
GS-3.............................................
GS-2.............................................
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development:
FC-14, $36,000.........................
FC-13, $32,680 to $36,000........
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000........
F C -ll, $24,122 to $31,820........
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878........
FC -9, $17,559 to $22,744.........
Ungraded.....................................

Total permanent employ­
ment, end of year............

1974
est.

1973
actual
Grade established b y act of
August 14,1964, Public Law
88-426: Manager, $36,000........
GS-16........ ............................ .
GS-15............................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13........... ...............................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11.................... ......................
GS-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S - 7 ... ..................... .................
GS-6............................... — .........
GS-5..............................................
G S-4.................. ............ .............
GS-3....................... ....................
G S - 2 ... .......................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
1
1
1
1
8
9
9
11
12
13
51
52
52
102
100
100
27
30
45
27
44
36
5
4
3
52
43
35
22
19
26
60
53
56
177
187
200
25
25
15
3 ............ ............

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30...

586
-2 0

579
-1 9

579
-1 9

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

566

560

560

1975

1973
actual

R U R A L D E V E L O P M E N T S E R V IC E
1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for
International Development:
FC-13, $32,680 to $36,000....
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000....
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820___
Ungraded...... ................... .........

GS-18...........................................................
GS-17............................................
1
GS-16............................................................
G S -15..........................................
2
G S -1 4 .................................. .
1
GS-13........... .......... ......................................
GS-12...........................................................
GS-11............................................................
GS-10............................................
1
GS-9............................... ........... . ...........
G S-8..............................................
1
GS-7........................ ........... .........
2
G S-6.............................................. ...........
G S - 5 ............................................................
T otal permanent positions
Unfilled positions, June 30____
Total permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year............

1974
est.

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

7,875
—710

7,400
—800

7,335
—800

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

7,165

6,600

6,535

30

8
—2

-1

6

29

40

Executive level V .......................
G S -18...........................................
GS-17.......................................
GS-16...........................................
G S -1 5 ........................ ................
GS-14............... ...........................
GS-13........ ................... ...............
GS-12...........................................
GS-11.......................... ............. .
G S -1 0 ....................................
G S-9.............................................
G S-8........................................
GS-7............... .............................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4............................................ .
G S-3................................... ..........
G S-2............................... ..............
Ungraded.....................................

1974
est.

1
1

39

1975
est.

1

1
1

4
25
66
156
198
69
1
49
3
73
64
56
27
23
8
2

1
3
26
66
186
168
69
1
49
3
73
64
56
27
23
8
2

3
26
66
186
168
69
1
49
3
73
64
56
27
23
8
2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

826
-5 5

826
-6 8

826
-6 8

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

771

758

758

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e S o i l C o n s e r v a t i o n S e r v ic e
1974
est.

E x ecu tive lev el V .........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................ ...............
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 .............................................. ..
G S -1 2.......................................... ..
G S -1 1 ............................... ...............
G S -1 0................................................
G S - 9 . . . . .............................. ...........
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ................................................ ..
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S - 3 . . . . ..........................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
G rades established b y the
A d m in istra tor, A g e n c y for
Internation al D e v e lo p m e n t
(75 Stat. 450):
F C -1 2 , $28,380 to $36,000........
F C -1 1 , $24,122 to $31,820........
F C -1 0 , $20,677 to $26,878........
F C -9 , $17,559 to $22,744_____
U n gra d e d .........................................

1
1
3
12
81
136
507
1,162
3,351
1
2,176
16
1,913
2,272
1,363
670
344
41
3

T o ta l perm anent po sitio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30____
T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r . ...........

1
3
3
0
157

1975
est.

1
1
4
12

85
145
479
1,116
3,228

1

2,054
14
1,761
2,140
1,305
610
312
25

1
1
5
13
86

155
474
1,102

3,189

1

2,029
14
1,726
2,112

1,288
605
308
24
3

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
Permanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F a r m e r s H o m e A d m in is t r a t io n

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1
1
2
5
60
53
200
594
1,666
1
1,370
25
624
149
1,919
820
335
35
3

533

526

862

830

830

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

5,228
—359

5,189
-3 4 5

5,095
-3 4 5

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year............

4,869

4,844

4,750

526

1974
est.

1

1

150

150

14,217
—177

13,460
-2 0 0

13,300
-2 0 0

14,040

13,260

13,100

1
1
2
5
60
53
200
564
1,557
1
1,281
25
581
139
1,806
764
313
35
3

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e A g r i c u l t u r a l M a r k e t i n g S e r v ic e
1973
actual

1975
est.
1
1
2
5
60
53
200
564
1,541
1
1,259
25
581
139
1,779
764
313
35
3

Executive level V .......................
G S -1 7 ........................................
GS-16...................................... .
GS-15................................. .........
GS-14...................................... .
GS-13...........................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11............... ............................
G S-9.............................................
GS-8............................................
GS-7.............................................
G S -6 ............................................
GS-5............. ...............................
GS-4............................ ................
G S-3.............................................
G S -2 .............................. ............
Grade established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development:
FC-12, $28,380, to $36,000.. _
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820___

1
2
8
39
105
221
321
431
1,301
15
485
108
301
349
125
20

1

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18.....................................
GS-17.....................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.........................................
GS-11............................................
GS 9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S -1..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
3
19
67
116
169
333
433
6
153
71
231
337
80
21
3
3

1
1
4
19
69
124
178
341
415
6
139
76
239
316
92
21
3
3

1
1
4
19
71
130
200
400
479
6
213
76
232
399
47
16
3
3

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

2,047
-5 8

2,047
-7 9

2,300
-8 3

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year.............

1,989

1,968

2,217

FO R E ST SE R V IC E

F A R M E R S H O M E A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

Executive level V ............ ........
GS-18................................... ____
GS-17______________ ____ ____
GS-16............................... ____
G S -1 5 ................................ ____
GS-14.................................. ____
GS-13................................... ........
GS-12.................................. ........
GS-11................................... ........
GS-10........... ....................... ........
G S-9..................................... ____
G S -8 ................................... ____
GS-7.................... ............... ........
G S -6 ................................... ____
GS-5..................................... ____
G S -4 .................................... ____
G S - 3 ... .............................. ........
G S -2 ..____ _____________ ____
GS-1...............................
........

Ungraded:
Agricultural Marketing Serv­
ice ...........................................
Milk market administrators
and staffs...........................

1973
actual

A G R IC U L T U R A L M A R K E T IN G
SE R V IC E

1973
actual

1975
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F ood a n d N u t r i t i o n S e r v i c e

SO IL C O N S E R V A T IO N SE R VIC E

-1

E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

FO OD A N D N U T R IT IO N SE R V IC E

R U R A L E L E C T R IF IC A T IO N
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
and

1973
actual

1 ............ ............
2
2
2
2 ______ _____ _
7
7
7

1973
actual

Sa l a r ie s

1975
est.

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
2
8
39
105
220
321
431
1,301
15
485
108
301
349
125
20

1
1

1
2
8
38
101
218
317
426
1,268
15
467
107
294
340
119
16

1
1

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F o r e s t S e r v ic e
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level V ........................
GS-18............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11.......................................... .
G S -10........................................ .
G S-9— ................. ............. .........
G S-8........................................
G S-7.............................................
G S -6 ............................................ .
G S -5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..................................... .........
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................
Grades established b y act of
June 20, 1958 (72 Stat. 213),
and act of September 23,
1959 (73 Stat. 651):
Research forester, $34,992 to
$36,000....................................
Forests products technolo­
gist, $34,992............................
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development:
FC -12, $28,380 to $36,000........
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820........
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878____
Ungraded......................................

1
3
8
38
182
467
1,290
2,273
3,436
79
3,838
92
3,331
826
2,615
1,992
613
83
23

1
3
8
39
215
501
1,294
2,277
3,472
77
3,836
95
3,322
828
2,639
1,928
610
65
12

1
3
8
39
215
501
1,286
2,266
3,471
82
3,838
102
3,307
817
2,634
1,919
612
61
20

3

3

3

1

1

1

1
3
3
1,130

1
2
7
1,108

1
2
7
1,105

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.. . .

22,331
-2 ,3 5 2

22,344
-2 ,8 4 4

22,301
-2 ,6 5 1

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

19,979

19,500

19,650

1975

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
G e n e r a l A d m in is t r a t io n
>973
a c tu a l

1974
e s t.

1975
est.

E x ecu tiv e level I ...........................
E x ecu tiv e level I I I .......................
E x ecu tive level I V ........................
E x ecu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
U n grad ed .........................................

1
1
9
2
13
10
15
89
89
93
64
66
15
88
41
99
71
47
30
24
10
143

1
1
9
2
13
11
13
94
92
86
64
68
15
94
42
99
71
52
28
24
13
143

1
1
9
2
14
12
14
98
93
85
65
68
15
93
42
103
72
50
31
24
13
143

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U nfilled position s, June 30

1,020
-9 9

1,035
-9 3

1,048
-9 6

T o ta l perm anent em ploy*
m en t, en d o f year..............

921

942

EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

D O M ESTIC A N D IN T E R N A T IO N A L
B U SIN E SS A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o f P e r m a n e n t P o s i­
t io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to t h e
E c o n o m ic D e v e l o p m e n t A d m in is t r a t io n

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
D o m e s t ic a n d I n t e r n a t io n a l B u s in e s s
A d m in is t r a t io n

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.
1973
a ctu a l

G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

2
3
6
55
128
210
82
34
4
26
9
34
63
52
31
4
1

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30........
T o ta l p erm anent em ploy*
m e n t, end o f year..............

2

3
3
6
40
94
156
61
30
2
25
15
39
47
44
26
13
5
1
1

3
3
6
30
71
119
46
23
2
19
11
30
36
33
20
10
4
1
1

746
-7 3

611
-3 6

468
-4 8

672

575

420

952

S O C IA L A N D E C O N O M IC STA T IST IC S
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S ch edule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
S o c ia l
and
A d m in is t r a t io n

th e

E c o n o m ic

1
2
5
15
155
226
362
474
476
14
438
51
475
264
675
696
528
102
7

1974
est.

E x e cu tiv e le v e l I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l V ..........................
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1
1
7
24
188
208
264
167
113
1
146
22
149
148
205
129
70
19
1
81

1
1
1
7
25
195
214
267
166
106
1
142
22
148
141
201
129
70
19
1
83

1
1
1
7
25
198
222
287
175
115
1
144
22
153
144
211
129
70
19
1
83

T o ta l perm an en t p o s itio n s .
U n filled positions, Jun e 30____

1,944
-1 4 4

1,940
-1 1 1

2,009
-1 7 9

T o t a l p e rm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

1,800

1,829

1,830

R E G IO N A L A C T IO N P L A N N IN G
COM M ISSIONS

1
2
6
17
157
235
348
472
479
16
396
58
473
254
643
625
500
106
15

1
2
6
17
159
245
364
491
508
16
428
58
500
259
672
651
524
112
15

___

1

2
1
8
6
1
74

1975
e s t.

1
1
11
8
1
86

1
1
11
8
1
86

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

5,059
-9 6 8

4,911
-5 1 1

5,136
-4 3 6

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year..............

4,091

4,400

4,700

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e s t.

R e g io n a l D e v e l o p m e n t P r o g r a m s
1973
a ctu a l

E x ecu tive level V .........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S-14................................................
G S -1 3................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S -1 1................................................
G S-10................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
G rades established b y the
C lassification A c t , co m p a ­
rable t o G S grades:
A D - 1 5 ............................................
G rades established b y th e A d ­
m in istrator for Interna­
tion al D ev elop m en t:
F C -1 4 , $36,000.............................
F C -1 3 , $32,680 to $36,000.........
F C -1 2 , $28,380 to $36,000.........
F C -1 1 , $24,122 t o $31,820.........
F C -1 0 , $20,677 to $26,878.........
U n gra d e d .........................................

S t a t is t ic s

1974
e s t.

1973
a c tu a l

G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G ra des established pu rsuan t to
a c t o f A u g u s t 26, 1965 (42
U .S .C . 3182), com parable
t o G S grades:
E X - 4 . ............................................
G G -1 8 ...........................................
G G -1 7 ...........................................
G G -1 6 ...........................................
G G -1 5 ...........................................
G G - 1 4 ...........................................
G G - 1 2 ...........................................
G G -1 1 ...........................................
G G - 9 .............................................
G G - 8 .............................................
G G - 7 .............................................
G G - 6 .............................................
G G - 5 .............................................
G G - 4 .............................................

1
2
4
2
1
2
2
1
1

1974
e s t.

1975
est.

F O R E IG N D IR E C T IN V E S T M E N T
R E G U L A T IO N

1
2
3
2
1
2
3

1
2
3
2
1
2
3

1

1

S a l a r ie s a n d

E xpen ses

1973
a ctu a l

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
3
3
19
19
9
4
7
2
1
7
15
5
2
2
4
1
1

1
3
3
17
15
10
4
7
2
1
7
15
5
4
5
_______

1
3
3
8
7
5
2
2

2
1

7
7
1
4
5
2
1
6
4
3
3
1
4
1

7
7
1
4
5
2
1
6
4
3
3
1
4
1

G S -1 8.................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4.................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
U n gra d e d .........................................

1

1

T o t a l p erm an en t p o sitio n s.
U n filled position s, June 30____

60
-1 5

64
-4

64
-3 4

T o t a l perm anent p o sitio n s.
U n filled positions, June 3 0 ____

105
-1 0

100
-1 0

47
-5

T o t a l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

45

60

30

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

95

90

42

7
7
2
4
4
2
5
4
3
3

3
8
2
2

1975

1973
actual

M IN O R ITY BU SINESS EN TE R PR ISE
M

in o r it y

B

D

u s in e s s

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18..........................................
GS-17...................................... —
GS-16............................................
G S -15..........................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10.......................................... .
G S -9 ................ .......... .................
G S-8........... ..............................
G S -7 ........................................... G S-6.............................................
G S -5........................ ....................
G S-4..............................................
GS-3....................................... .

1
3
3
31
42
42
37
7
2
21
12
28
34
8
6
1

1
3
3
27
37
35
32
7
2
21
12
23
29
6
6
1

1
3
4
32
55
50
42
15
6
26
18
30
33
7
7
5

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

278
-3 3

245
-1 3

334
-3 4

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

245

230

300

U N ITED ST A T E S T R A V E L SE RVICE
and

E

xpenses

1973
actual
G S -1 7 ..........................................
GS-16............. .............................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14...................... ....................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11............. .............................
G S-9.............................................
GS-8........... .......... ..................... GS-7............... ............. ...............
GS-6.............................................
GS-5....................................... —
GS-4.............................................
GS-3.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
13
11
13
3
6
5
1
9
6
5

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
21

1
1
13
15
17
5
7
7
1
10
7
6
1
1
24

1
1
13
15
17
5
7
7
1
10
7
6
1
1
24

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

96
-5

116
-5

116
-5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year ..........

91

111

111

N A T IO N A L O CEAN IC A N D A T M O S­
PH E R IC A D M IN IST R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e N a t io n a l O c e a n ic a n d A t m o s p h e r ic
A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actual
Executive level II I .....................
Executive level I V .....................
Executive level V ........ .............
Grades established under 42
U .S.C . 1863(h) and 42
U .S.C . 1873,
May
10,
1950:
EE II, $36,000.......................
GS-18...........................................
GS-17........... ......... .................. .
GS-16............................................
GS-15...................... ......... ..........
GS-14...........................................

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actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

evelopm ent

1973
actual

Sa l a r ie s

1974
est.

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11........................................
GS-10.......................................... .
G S - 9 ...........................................
G S-8............. ...........................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3.........................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................
Commissioned Officers:
0 -8 , $23,263 to $32,404............
0 -7 , $19,328 to $28,174............
0 -6 , $14,328 to $24,750.............
0 -5 , $11,459 to $20,196...........
0 -4 , $9,662 to $16,888............
0 -3 , $8,978 to $14,602..............
0 -2 , $7,826 to $10,836..............
O -l, $6,793 to $8,550...............
Grades established b y Act of
August 1, 1947, Public Law
80-313 (61 Stat. 715) as
amended b y Public Law 87793 of October 11, 1962 (5
U.S.C. 3104): Scientific and
Professional, $32,806 to $36,000.
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for
International Development:
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820____
FC -9, $17,559 to $22,744.........
Ungraded.....................................

1,329
1,594
1,598
1,313
1,448
555
898
572
850
406
167
30
3

1,280
1,564
1,616
1,263
1,422
518
910
576
849
406
168
30
3

1,289
1,588
1,632
1,284
1,441
518
915
642
855
406
168
30
3

2
3
23
44
40
65
94
72

2
3
23
44
40
65
94
72

2
3
23
44
40
65
94
72

14

14

14

1
1
1,070

1
1
1,070

1
1
1,084

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

13,338
-8 5 5

13,145
-661

13,331
-7 3 7

Total permament em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

12,483

12,484

12,594

N A T IO N A L B U R E A U O F FIRE
PR E V E N T IO N
O p e r a t io n s , R e s e a r c h ,
A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actual

1
1
3

1
1
3

4
11
29
97
354
646

4
11
28
97
354
612

4
11
28
97
354
618

1975
est.

GS-15............................................................................
GS-14.................................................... .......................
GS-13............................................................................
GS-12............................................................................
GS-11............................................................................
G S - 9 ............................................................................
G S - 8 ............................................................................
GS-7..............................................................................
GS-6..............................................................................
GS-5............................................................. ...........
GS-4..............................................................................
G S-3..............................................................................

17
15
7
14
9
9
2
8
10
10
7
2

Total permanent positions.................................
Unfilled positions, June 30.......................................

110
—6

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............................................

104

C o n s o l id a t e d
Sch edule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to S c ie n c e a n d T e c h n i c a l R e s e a r c h
1973
actual
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17...........................................

2
6
27

1974
est.
2
7
28

113
532
736
872
495
472
83
479
92
428
305
518
447
374
192
41

113
539
746
921
557
460
83
547
97
385
312
523
472
394
184
42

18

17

17

15

15

15

6
556

6
567

6
568

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

6,778
-1 4 7

6,821
-3 6 3

7,018
-3 61

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

6,631

6,458

6, 657

G S-3..............................................
Positions established b y act of
Aug. 1, 1947, Public Law
80-313 (61 Stat. 715) as
amended (5 U .S.C . 3104):
Scientific and professional
$32,806 to $36,000..................
Positions established b y art of
July 19, 1952 Public Law
82-593 (66 Stat. 792) as
amended (35 U .S.C . 3):
Examiner of patent appeals,
$32,806 to $36,000__________
Positions established b y act of
Sept. 6, 1958, Public Law
85-933 (66 Stat. 793) as
amended (35 U .S.C . 7):
Designated examiner of pat­
ent appeals, $32,806 to
$36,000....................................

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
OF
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F ro m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e M a r it im e A d m in is t r a t io n

SCIENCE A N D TE C H N IC A L RE SEA RCH

1
1
3

113
532
735
765
560
448
83
429
92
451
305
533
433
381
197
91

M AR ITIM E A D M IN IST R A T IO N

and

1974
est.

GS-16.................
GS-15.................................
GS-14.....................................
GS-13.......................... .......„
GS-12................................
GS-11.................................
GS-10.........................................
GS-9.................................
GS-8..........................................
G S -7 ..................................
GS-6...................................

1975
est.
2
7
28

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18............................................
GS-17.................... ...............
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.............................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 ......................
GS-11.............................
GS-10............................................
G S-9...........................................
G S-8..............................................
GS-7............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S -2..............................................
Grades established b y the Sec­
retary of Commerce:
Superintendent, $36,000.........
Dean, $32,037 to $36,000..........
Professor, $24,570 to $33,132..
Associate professor, $18,402 to
$29,102.................................
Assistant professor, $14,332 to
$23,249....................................
Instructor, $11,891 to $16,775.
Ungraded.....................................

5
4
15
76
112
168
139
108
10
85
23
95
87
130
96
66
18

5
4
15
77
108
162
135
101
8
77
21
95
87
126
95
65
18

5
4
15
77
108
164
137
108
8
85
21
92
86
118
92
61
18

1
1
17

1
1
17

1
1
17

34

34

34

35
11
342

35
11
332

35
11
332

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

1,678
-1 8 2

1,630
-1 67

1,630
-1 82

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

1,496

1,463

1,448

1975

C o n s o l id a t e d
Sch edule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e D e pa r t m e n t of t h e A r m y
1973
actual

1974
est.

1
5
1
9
24
193
1,687
4,796
13,371
21,064
22, 902
2, 495
22,777
4,139
21,698
14,376
29,139
31,091
18,305
2,412
80

1
5
1
9
25
200
1,745
4,959
13,819
21,760
23,666
2, 550
23,514
4,325
22,655
14,945
30,238
32,170
18,936
2, 492
83

1975
est.

E x ecu tive level I I ........................
E x ecu tive level I V .......................
E x ecu tive level V .........................
G S -1 8............................................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................ ...............................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ..........................................
G S -1 2 ......................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 .................. ...............................
G S-8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S-6 ................................................ ..
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ....................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S - 2 . . . . ..............
G S -1 ..................................................
Position s established b y the
Secretary o f Defense (10 U .S.C. 1581): Scientific and profes­
sional $32,806 to $36,000...........
U ngraded .......................................

143
114, 215

143
117,850

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U nfilled positions, 30 June

324,923
- 9 , 051

336,091 351, 485
- 8 ,1 5 1 - 1 0 ,3 1 8

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f year..............

315,872

327,940

1
5
1
9
25
202
1,767
5,035
14,116
22,411
24,591
2, 635
24,400
4, 454
23,687
15,381
31,507
33,926
20,286
2,664
93

143
124,146

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

11,789
16,495
17,851
2,105
15,800
2,427
11,220
7,049
18,575
19,000
13,244
3,793
391

11,652
16,223
17,692
2,050
16,038
2,457
12,335
7,617
21,429
20,812
14,217
3,786
471

G S -1 3 .............................. .................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S - 1 1 .. ...........................................
G S -1 0 ...................... .........................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S - 2 .. ..............................................
G S -1 ..................................................
G rades established b y the Sec­
retary o f D efense (10 U .S .C .
1581): Scientific and profes­
sional, $32,806 to $36,000___
G rades established b y the Sec­
retary o f the N a v y : Profes­
sors an d A ssociate Professors,
$9,909 to $29.908..........................
G rades
established
by
20
U .S .C .
901-906: T ea ch in g
positions, $7,375 to $18,515..
U n g ra d e d .........................................

15
144,168

13
143,889

13
145,226

T o ta l p erm anent position s.
U nfilled positions, June 30___

292,150
- 5 ,2 9 6

298,865
-4 ,4 1 7

299,788
- 4 ,4 3 2

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f year...............

11,639
16,060
17,447
2,022
15,833
2,390
12, 259
7, 547
21,511
20,847
14, 266
3, 905
628

149

143

143

532

557

557

286,584

294,448

295,356

by

f in a n c in g

341,167

1973
actual

account

1974
est.

1975
est.

p o s it io n s

by

f in a n c in g

account

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

O peration and m aintenance,
A r m y . .....................................
206,050 191,800 207,223
O peration and m aintenance,
A r m y R eserve............................. 9,979
13,207
13,117
O peration and m aintenance,
A r m y N ational G u ard ..............
27,645
28,693
28,831
N ational B oard for the P ro m o ­
tion of Rifle P ractice..................
11
11
11
Research, developm ent, test,
and evaluation, A r m y ...............
16,898
15,987
16,729
M ilitary construction, A r m y ___ 4,510
5,099
5,394
M ilitary construction, A r m y
R eserve..........................................
121
77
77
A r m y industrial fu n d ............ . .
57,964
79,424
78,311
A r m y m anagem ent fu n d _______
202
199
199
F a m ily housing, d efen se..............
977
1,053
1,058
H om eow ners assistance................
49
50
50
T o ta l A r m y a c c o u n t s ... .
A lloca tion s from others:
M ilitary assistance....................

324,406 335,600 351,000

T ota l perm anent p ositio n s.

324,923 336,091 351,485

517

491

S chedu le

of

P erm anent

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e D e partm en t of th e X a v y
1973
actual
E x ecu tiv e level I I .........................
E x ecu tiv e level I V ........................
E x ecu tiv e level V .........................
G S-18................................................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ...............................................
G S -1 4................................................

5 4 0 -1 0 0 0

7 4 - 62

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1
1
5
6
33
292
2,253
4,956

1974
est.
1
1
5
6
29
287
2,201
4,954

1975
est.

1
1
5
6
29
287
2,179
4,987

115,619

122,106

8,617

8,963

8,963

17,475
-1 ,3 7 5

18,199
-2 2 5

18,345
-2 4 5

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r .............

16,100

17, 974

18,100

DISTRIB U TIO N OF TOTAL N U M B ER OF PE R M A N E N T
PO SITIO N S B Y F IN A N C IN G ACCOUNT

D e p a rtm e n t o f the N a v y ,
M arine C orps A cco u n ts:
O peration and m aintenance,
M arine C orps .......................
O peration and m aintenance,
M arine C orps R eserve........
M arine C orps industrial fund
T o t a l M arine C orps ac­
c o u n ts ...................................
A llo c a tio n from others.
M ilitary a ssista n ce..................
T o ta l perm anent positions.

2,578

3,075

3,075

6,113
2,499

6,071
2,499

114
165,067
44

99
164,457
.........

98
162,177
----------

T o ta l N a v y a cco u n ts. . . .
A llo ca tio n from others:
M ilitary assistance...................

291,644

298,349

299, 285

506

516

503

T o ta l perm anent position s.

292,150

298, 865

299, 788

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e C o m m a n d a n t of t h e M a r in e C orps
1973
actual
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0...............................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
G rades established b y the Sec­
retary o f D efense (10 U .S .C .
1581): Scientific and profes­
s io n a l, $32,806 to $36,000_____
G rades
established
by
20
U .S .C . 241: T ea ch in g posi­
tion s, $8,200 to $28,287.............

3
27
89
232
373
698
55
832
163
863
598
1, 515
1,906
1,332
80
1

1974
est.

1975
est.

4
27
89
230
370
698
55
820
120
854
690
1,632
2, 000
1,360
175
22

1

4
27
89
230
370
700
65
870
125
883
7C0
1,618
1,983
1,460
153
15

89

1975
est.

16, 242

16,919

17,065

75
1,156

75
1,203

75
1,203

17, 473

18,197

18,343

2

2

2

17, 475

18,199

18,345

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t iie

D e p a r t m e n t of t h e A ir F orce
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
0
1
7
22
143
1,092
3,148
9,127
13, 226
16,241
1,327
19, 094
4,244
12, 460
8, 478
21,479
19,284
13,149
2,860
435

1
0
1
1
22
143
1,115
3, 097
9, 017
13,274
16, 424
1,335
18,866
4,219
12,418
8, 450
21, 393
19, 396
13,177
2,814
586

1
0
1
7
on
143
1,110
3, 095
8, 924
13,352
16,33!)
1,317
18,821
4, 212
12,382
8,453
21,440
19, 479
13,156
2, 594
572

140
124, 520

140
124,460

140
124,144

T o ta l perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 3 0 ------

270, 483
-1 ,2 8 8

270, 360
-1 ,4 9 3

269, 709
- 1 ,3 5 5

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r ..............

269,195

268, 867

268, 354

E x e cu tiv e level I I ........................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ....................
E x e cu tiv e lev el V .........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
Position s established b y Secre­
ta ry o f D efense (10 U .S .C .
1581'i- Scientific and profes­
sional, $32,806 to $36,000...........

D ISTRIB U TIO N OF TOTAL N U M B ER OF PE R M A N E N T
PO SITIO N S B Y F IN A N C IN G a c c o u n t
O peration and m aintenance,
A ir F o r c e . . __________________
O peration and m aintenance,
A ir F orce R eserve....................
O peration and m aintenance,
A ir N ationa l G u a r d .................
Research, d e v e lo p m e n t, test,
and evaluation, A ir F o r c e __
A ir F orce industrial fu n d ..........
T o ta l perm anent position s.

89

1974
est.

D E P A R T M E N T O F T H E A IR FORCE

125,365

5,546
2,676

485

D EPARTM ENT OF TH E N A V Y
C o n s o l id a t e d

O peration and m aintenance,
N a v y .............................................
O peration and m aintenance,
N a v y R eserve..........................
Research, developm en t, test,
and evaluation, N a v y _______
M ilitary con struction, N a v y . ..
L a u n d ry service, N a v a l A c a d ­
e m y ................................................
N a v y industrial fu n d ..................
N a v y m anagem ent fu n d ............

1975
est.

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U nfilled positions, June 30____

to
d is t r ib u t io n of t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t

1974
est.

U n grad ed .........................................

1973
actual

d is t r ib u t io n of t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t
p o s it io n s

1973
actual

167,430

167,230

10,335

11,352

165,827
11,505

21,341

23,077

23,514

21,067
50,310

21,007
47,694

21,307
47,556

270,483

270,360

269,709

1975

D E FE N SE AG EN CIES

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
the
D efense
S e c u r it y
A s s is t a n c e
A gency

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e O f f ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y o f D e f e n s e
1973
actual
Executive level I ........ ................
Executive level I I ......................
Executive level I I I ................... .
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16........................................ . .
GS-15...........................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...................... ....................
GS-11............................................
GS-10.................... ......................
GS-9..............................................
G S-8.............................................
G S-7.............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S -3 ............................................
G S - 2 ............................................
GS-1........................ ....................
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U.S.C. 1581): Scientific and
professional, $32,806 to $36,000
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (22
U.S.C. 2151): Mutual Se­
curity Assistant, $31,203 to
$36,000......... ..........................
Grades established b y the Sec­
retary of Defense
(22
U .S.C . 2385):
F D -1, $36,000...........................
F D -2, $30,985 to $36,000.........
U ngraded....................................
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........
d is t r ib u t io n

OF

p o s it io n s

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1

1

1

2

2

2

12

12

12

1

1

1

9
9
9
36
44
44
41
39
39
91
97
97
367
374
384
129
136
141
97
99
100
78
70
70
80
75
79
22
22
22
94
88
87
94
89
90
258
265
269
216
232
241
86
82
84
71
34
35
54
14
14
25
1
1
3 ...........................

56

53

55

1

1

1

1

1

1

4
45

4
48

2,000
1,890
1,931
—190 ..........................
1,810

1,890

1,931

total n u m be r of per m a n en t
by

f in a n c in g

account

1973
actual
Operation and maintenance,
Defense agencies............. . . .
Research, development, test,
and evaluation, Defense agen­
...
cies..................................
Military assistance______ _____
Total permanent positions.

1974
est.

1975
est.

1,921

1,840

1,881

34
45

39
11

39
11

2,000

1,890

1,931

1973
actual

1975
est.

GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13___ ____________________
GS-12................................... .........
GS-9............................... ..............
GS-8...................... .......................
GS-7___________ ____ ________
G S -6 ................................. ..........
GS-5______ ______ ____________
GS-4____ ______________ ____ _
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (22
U .S.C. 2151): Mutual Secu­
rity Assistants, $31,203 to
$36,000.......................................

18
9
6
2
3
1
6
8
4
2

7

7

7

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

66
-4

69

70

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year ..........

62

69

18
10
7
2
3
1
4
10
5
2

19
10
7
2
3
1
4
10
5
2

70

OF
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
D e fe n se A dvan ced R ese a r c h P ro je cts
A gency
1973
actual

5
70

1974
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
D e f e n s e I n v e s t ig a t iv e S e r v ic e

1974
est.

1974
est.

GS-18............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14........................ - .......... .
GS-13..........- ................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11........- .......... - .....................
GS-10............................................
GS-9.....................- ................... .
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.......................................... .
GS-6.......................... ...................
GS-5............... - ............................
G S -4 -............................... - ..........
GS-3...................... - .....................
G S-2— .......................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
2
6
16
37
97
313
1
59
7
74
66
161
195
163
13
1

1
2
6
17
38
97
312

1
2
6
17
38
97
315

57
6
74
52
174
204
181
26
1

57
6
74
50
205
220
198
28
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30. . . .

1,212
-9 2

1,248
............

1,315
----------

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1,120

1,248

1,315

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedu le
of
Perm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e D e f e n s e M a p p in g A g e n c y
1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

Executive level V ........................
GS-17............................................
GS-16.................. .........................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13...........................................
G S -1 1 .........................................
GS-10........... ...............................
G S-9. — .....................................
G S-8........... .................................
G S -7 ............................... - ..........
GS-6..............................................
GS-5.............................. .............
G S - 4 .........................................
GS-3............................................
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U .S.C . 1581): Scientific and
professional, $34,992 to $36,000
Ungraded.....................................

1
3
8
22
7
4
1
2
4
1
12
28
2
2
3

1
2
8
23
7
4
1
2
4
1
12
28
4
1
3

1
2
8
23
7
4
1
2
4
1
12
28
4
1
3

13
5

16
1

16
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

118
-1 3

118
----------

118
----------

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

105

118

118

1975
est.

1975
est.

GS-18........... .......... ................... GS-17........ ....................................
GS-16........................................
GS-15__________________ ______
G S - 1 4 ................................. ......
GS-13._........................................
GS-12............................. ..............
G S -1 1 ....................... ..................
G S -10...........................................
GS-9................................ ...........
G S-8______ _______ ___________
G S-7.................... .............. ..........
GS-6___________ ______ _______
G S-5_________________ ______ _
G S-4........................................
G S-3............... ................... ..........
G S-2...................... ..................
GS-1................. ........................ .
Ungraded.....................................

1
3
8
84
140
350
750
1,722
50
1,503
126
307
242
416
349
128
45
1
1,425

1
3
8
82
138
350
750
1,751
53
1,522
132
338
249
420
351
130
52
3
1,455

1
3
8
82
138
351
752
1,754
54
1,525
134
342
251
427
354
139
52
3
1,462

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

7,650
-1 17

7,788
-3 9

7,832
-3 9

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

7,533

7, 749

7,793

d is t r ib u t io n o f t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t
p o s it io n s

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e J o in t C h ie f s of S t a f f
1973
actual
G S -1 7.............................................. ..
G S -1 6 ..............................................
G S -1 5................................ ...............
G S -1 4 ........................ .....................
G S - 1 3 .. . ..........................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 .............................................. ..
G S -1 0.............................................. ..
G S -9 .................................... .............
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ................................ .................
G S -6 ..............................................
G S -5 .................... ....................... ..
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ____ __________ _________ _
P osition s established b y the
Secretary o f D efense
(10
U .S .C . 1581): Scientific and
professional, $36,000..................
U n grad ed .........................................

1

1975
est.
1

1973
actual

2

2

17
19
10
22
16

17
19
10
22
16

21
18
94

23
17
97

23
17
97

112

110

110

53

52

52

1

1

1

2
1
1
1 ......................
1
1

391
-3 5

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f year..... ..........

356

2

1

1
2

391
391
........... ............
391

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

2

17
19
9
23
16

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U nfilled positions, June 30____

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est.

by

f in a n c in g

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e D e f e n s e C o n t r a c t A u d it A g e n c y

391

G S -1 8 ...-...............................
GS-17..........................................G S -1 6.-............... .........................
GS-15........................................
GS-14............. - _____ __________
GS-13............. ..............................
GS-12__________________ ____ GS-11_________ _____ -.*.______
GS-10..................... ............. — G S - 9 ...........- ..............................
GS-8.......................................... GS-7..............................................
GS-6........ - ....................................
GS-5.............................................
GS-4............. ............ .......... .........
GS-3— .....................................
GS-2........— ............. - ................
Ungraded...................................

1
1
10
39
190
355
725
1,187
2
241
7
175
46
294
167
50
5
5

1
1
10
39
190
355
725
1,171
2
224
7
175
46
294
167
50
5
5

1
1
10
39
190
355
725
1,187
2
241
7
175
46
294
167
50
5
5

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

3,500
-5 2

3,467

3,500

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year______

3,448

3,467

3,500

account

1973
actual
Operation and maintenance,
Defense agencies......................
Research, development, test,
and evaluation, Defense agen­
cies........... ................................
Total permanent positions.

1974
est.

1975
est.

7,639

7,788

7,832

11

............

............

7,650

7,788

7,832

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e D efense N u clear A gency
1973
actual
G S -1 7 ................ ............ .........GS-16.............................. ............
GS-15........... ............................. GS-14
............... GS-13................... — ..................
GS-12
............... ............... .
G S -1 1 .................. ............ ..........
GS-10
. . ..........................GS-9.......................................... -

3
6
12
25
36
63
54
12
63

1974
est.
3
6
12
23
38
66
52
12
64

1975
est.
3
6
12
23
37
66
52
12
65

1975

C o n s o lid a te d
S c h e d u le
op
P erm an en t
P o s it i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e fe n s e
N u c l e a r A g e n c y — Con.
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
G S-6.............................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2............................. ...............
Grades established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U.S.C. 1581): Scientific and pro­
fessional, $32,806 to $36,000. _
Ungraded.....................................

9
106
49
74
60
22
7

9
98
44
77
69
26
6

9
98
44
76
70
27
5

4
43

4
43

4
43

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

648
-3 8

652
. --------

652
---------

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

610

652

652

DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIONS BY FINANCING ACCOUNT
1974
est.

1973
actual
Operation and maintenance,
Defense agencies.....................
Research, development, test,
and
evaluation,
Defense
agencies.....................................
T otal permanent positions.

472

468

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e D e f e n s e I n t e l l ig e n c e A g e n c y

1975
est.

472

180

180

180

648

652

652

1973
actual

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
4
8
89
159
265
401
313
22
198
62
239
283
190
77
77

I
332

4
51

4
55

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 . . .

2,733
-2 9

2,382
...........

2,319
...........

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

2, 704

2,382

2,319

1
7
15
292
636
1,820
3,853
6,760
171
6,484
295
3,244
1,370
5,376
5,445
2,593
578
100
11,392

1
7
15
292
636
1,854
3,903
6,829
174
6,554
304
3,342
1,399
5,609
5,589
2,644
594
102
14,253

1
7
15
292
636
1,814
3,815
6,674
171
6,400
298
3,272
1,370
5,522
5,471
2,588
582
100
13,968

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

50,432
-5 00

54,101
-5 41

52,996
-5 3 0

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

49,932

53,560

52,466

d is t r ib u t io n o f t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t
p o s it io n s

by

f in a n c in g

Operation and maintenance,
Defense agencies.....................
Research, development, test,
and
evaluation,
Defense
agencies.....................................
Defense industrial fun d............
T otal permanent positions.

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account

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

48,377

52,017

50,912

460
1,595

468
1,616

468
1,616

50,432

54,101

52,996

1
3
!)
72
138
230
364
300
18
192
60
239
272
186
69
73
44

Operation and maintenance,
Defense agencies.....................
Research, development, test,
and evaluation, Defense agen­
cies.............................................

by

f in a n c in g

1975
est.

2,359

1,403

Defense industrial fun d............

98
211

98
201

98
201

Total permanent positions.

1,601

1,677

1,702

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e U n it e d S t a t e s C o u r t o f M i l i t a r y
A ppeals

Positions established b y 10
U .S .C .867: Judges, $42,500...
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15......... .................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13..........................................
GS-12.................................... .
GS-11............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
G S-4..............................................
GS-3.............................................
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

37

23

23

2,382

2,319

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
the
D e f e n se C o m m u n ic a t io n s A g en c y

1974
est.

3
1
1
6
4
2
1
1
5
3
4
4
1
4

1974
est.

1975
est.

3
1
1
6
4
2
1
1
5
3
4
4
1
4

3
1
1
fi
4
2
1
1
a
3
4
4
1
4

40
40
40
—10 .. .............. ........
30

40

40

2,296

2,733

1973
actual

1975
est.

1,378

1973
actual

1974
est.

1974
est.

1,292

Total permanent employ­
ment, end of year.............
2,696

account

Operation and maintenance,
Defense agencies......................
Research, development, test,
and
evaluation,
Defense

12

DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIONS BY FINANCING ACCOUNT

Total permanent positions.
GS-18...........................................
G S -1 7 ..........................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
G S -1 4 .......................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12..................................... .
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9.............................................
G S-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
G S-4........... .................................
GS-3............................. ...............
G S-2.............................................
GS-1.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
3
9
74
142
237
364
309
19
198
62
247
279
193
70
75
45

p o s it io n s

1973
actual

1975
est.

GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9.............................................
G S-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
G S-6.............................................
GS-5..............................................
GS-4.............................................
GS-3.............................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1............................................
Grades established b y the Sec­
retary of Defense (10 U.S.C.
1581): Scientific and profes­
sional, $32,806 to $36,000____
Ungraded.....................................

1973
actual
C o n s o l id a t e d
S ch edule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e D e fen se S u p p l y A gency

1974
est.

d is t r ib u t io n of t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t

D EFEN SE C IV IL PRE PA R E D N E SS
AG E N C Y
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to
th e
D efense
C iv il
P reparedn ess
A gency

1975
est.

1973
actual

GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
G S -1 4 ..........................................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 ..........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9............................ ...............
GS-8............. .......................... .
G S-7....................................... .
GS-6.................................... .........
GS-5................................... .........
GS-4.............................................
GS-3................................... .........
GS-2............. ...............................
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense under
(10 U .S.C. 1581): Scientific
and professional. $32,806 to
$36,000........................................
Ungraded.....................................

3
16
133
192
310
115
90
10
107
35
115
130
164
100
39
13

3
15
130
191
304
126
115
9
130
41
129
134
166
99
46
10

3
15
129
191
300
131
121
9
128
41
141
135
168
104
46
11

9
20

10
19

10
19

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

1,601
-1 8

1,677
...........

Total permanent employ­
m ent, end of year............

1,583

1,677

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level IV .....................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
G S -1 0 ..........................................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
G S-4_________________________
GS-3.............................................
Grades established b y Secretary
of Defense (10 D.S.C. 1581):
Scientific and professional,
$36,000.......................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
5
20
51
133
112
60
27
1
25
15
57
70
86
31

1
1
5
20
47
110
109
74
22
1
31
17
44
58
73
38
3

1
1
5
20
47
100
100
71
24
1
32
16
50
59
79
40
3

3
1

1
1

1
3

1,702
...........

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

699
-1 5

656
...........

653
...........

1,702

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

684

656

653

1975

C E M E T E R IA L E X P E N S E S
S a l a r ie s

and

SO L D IE R S’ A N D A IR M E N ’ S H O M E
O p e r a t io n

E xpen ses
1973
a ctu a l

G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2.................................................
G S - U ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
U n gra d ed .........................................

2
6
11
14
12
12
15
15
52
16
54
68
62
12
674

T o ta l p erm anent p ositio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30.........
T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y ea r...............

1974
est.

and

1973
actual

1975
est.
1
1

1
1

5
1
1
3
1
8
2
9
16
14

5
1
1
1
1
8
4
7
27
5

140

158

1,025
-1 0 8

202
.............

220
.............

917

202

220

Panam a

M a in t e n a n c e

pan a m a

1974
est.

2
4
7
8
11
21
52
14
34
56
92
136
1
690

2
4
7
8
11
21
51
13
34
56
90
136
1
679

2
4
7
8
11
21
51
13
34
56
90
136
1
679

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n fille d positions, June 30____

1,128
-5 2

1,113
-1 1

1,113
-1 1

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

1,076

1,102

1,102

THE PANAM A CANAL

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o p P e r m a n e n t P o s i­
t io n s P a id
F r o m C o r p s o f E n g in e e r s —
C iv il A p p r o p r ia t io n

G rades established b y a c t o f
M a y 15,1928 (33 U .S .C . 702h):
M em bers, M ississippi R iv e r
C om m ission , $7,500...................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
P o s itio n established u n d e r 5
U .S .C . 5308:
T e ch n ica l D irector, W ater­
w a y s E x p erim en t Station,
$36,000........................................
U n g ra d ed ............. ................... ........

1
10,174

T o t a l perm an en t p o s itio n s .
U n filled position s, Jun e 30.........
T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ...............

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3
5
16
149
421
1,372
2,368
3,004
103
2,134
244
2,029
921
1 ,974
1,908
1,274
378
73

G ovebnm ent

O PERATIN G E X P E N S E S

CORPS O F E N G IN E E R S

1973
actu a l

Z one

1975
est.

1974
est.

3
5
16
129
381
1,312
2,268
3,004
103
2,134
244
2,029
921
2,034
2,008
1,324
378
73

3
5
16
129
381
1,352
2,268
2,847
103
2,167
244
2,007
921
2,154
2,175
1,446
375
73

1

1

10,274

10,274

28,541
— 227

28,641

28,941

—100

—100

28,314

28,541

28,841

1973
actual
E x e cu tiv e le v e l V ..........................
G ra des established b y th e G o v ­
ernor o f th e C a n al Z o n e :
N o n m a n u a l:
N M -1 5 , $25,688 to $36,000..
N M -1 4 , $22,381 t o $36,000..
N M -1 3 , $19,282 to $30,910..
N M -1 2 , $16,453 to $26,156..
N M -1 1 , $13,915 to $21,933..
N M -1 0 , $12,730 to $20,002..
N M -9 , $11,606 t o $ 1 8 ,1 9 4 ...
N M -8 , $10,546 to $ 1 6 ,4 9 2 ...
N M -7 , $9,526 to $14,901____
N M -6 . $8,611 to $13,418____
N M -5 , $7,738 to $12,037____
N M -4 , $6,947 to $10,762____
N M -3 , $4,618 to $9,584.........
N M -2 , $3,744 t o $8,490.........
N M -1 . $3,328 to $7,498.........
P o sta l positions:
P S -15 , $36,000.........................
P S -12, $13,166 t o $2 0 ,6 8 5 ...
P S -11, $11,981 t o $1 8 ,9 7 0 ...
PS -10, $10,920 to $1 7 ,3 4 5 ...
P S -9 , $10,171 t o $16,028____
P S -8 , $9,485 to $15,204.........
P S -7 , $8,798 to $14,194.........
P S -6 , $8,154 to $13,240.........
P S -5 , $7,530 to $11,968.........
U ngraded:
P o lice position s..........................
F ire position s..............................
E d u ca tio n p o sition s.................

can al

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

1

1

1
32
54
26
68
22
144
29
183
71
203
241
301
120
32

1
33
54
24
72
22
153
21
181
71
203
241
327
101
24

1
32
59
25
71
25
147
26
182
72
206
243
328
103
24

1
1
3
3
2
10
11
12
60

1
1
3
3
2
10
11
12
60

1
1
3
3
2
10
11
12
60

263
147
721
460

263
147
716
460

263
171
709
460

T o ta l perm anent p o sitio n s.
U n fille d positions, June 3 0 1. . .

3,222
-1 4 2

3,218
-1 2 0

3,251
-1 0 2

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

3,080

3,098

3,149

i In clu d es civ ilia n p o sition s o c c u p ie d b y m ilita r y per­
sonnel.

Com pany

com pan y

1975
est.

G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
U n grad ed.........................................

Canal

Canal

FU N D

1973
a ctu al
P o sitio n s established b y th e
B o a rd o f D irectors, P an am a
C anal C o m p a n y :
U n g ra d e d .......................................
P o sition s established b y the
P residen t, P a n am a C anal
C om pany:
G raded:
G S -1 4 .........................................
G S -1 3 .........................................
G S -1 2.........................................
G S -1 1.........................................
G S -9 ...........................................
G S -8 ...........................................
G S -7 ...........................................
G S -6 ...........................................
G S -5 ...........................................
G S -4 ...........................................
G S -3 ...........................................
N o n m a n u a l:
N M -1 5 , $25,688 to $36,000..
N M -1 4 , $22,381 to $36,000..
N M -1 3 , $19,282 to $30,910..
N M -1 2 , $16,453 to $26,156..
N M -1 1 , $13,915 to $21,933..
N M -1 0 , $12,730 to $20,002..
N M -9 , $11,606 to $ 1 8 ,1 9 4 ...
N M -8 , $10,546 t o $ 1 6 ,4 9 2 ...
N M -7 , $9,526 to $ 1 4 ,9 0 1 ....
N M -6 , $8,611 to $ 1 3 ,4 1 8 ....
N M -5 , $7,738 to $ 1 2 ,0 3 7 ....
N M -4 , $6,947 to $ 1 0 ,7 6 2 ....
N M -8 , $4,618 t o $9,584.........
N M -2 , $3,744 to $8,490.........
N M -1 , $3,328 to $7,498.........
U n gra d ed ....... .............................

7
28
67
163
194
38
159
65
164
147
234
438
600
365
60
8,278

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30
T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

i In clu d es
personnel.

civ ilia n

positions

1975
est.

1974

1
2
4
3
3

1

5

1
1
6
2

30
77
171

9
30
80
173

210

212

37
186
59
164
166
215
461
598
352
51
8,312

36
191
58
171
159
214
461
601
352
50
8,442

11,039
-4 3 9

11,129
-2 2 7

11,271
-3 2 0

10,600

10,902

10,951

o ccu p ie d

by

m ilita ry

M IS C E L L A N E O U S A C C O U N T S
W il d l if e

C o n s e r v a t i o n , e t c ., M i l i t a r y
R e s e r v a t io n s

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -9 ...................................................
U n grad ed .........................................

1
3

3
3

3
3

T o t a l perm anent p o s itio n s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30........

4

6

6

4

6

6

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

1975

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
FO OD A N D D RU G A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

1973
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e F ood a n d D r u g A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
1973
actual
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16..........................................
GS-15............................................
....................................
GS-14
GS-13.
.....................................
GS-12 ........................................
G S -1 1 ..........................................
GS-10........
..........................
G S -9.............................................
G S - 8 ............................................
GS-7.............................................
G S -6 .............................................
G S-5.............................................
GS-4 ..........................................
G S -3 ................ ........................
G S -2 .............................................
GS-1........... .................................
CJrades established by act of
July 1, 1944 (42 U.S.C. 207):
Assistant surgeon general
grade, $20,520 to $29,912. _
Director grade, $15,214 to
$26,276....................................
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442....................................
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928.
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502..............................
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506....................................
Positions established under
Public Law 313: Scientific
and professional, $32,806 to
$36,000.......................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
2
7
44
266
418
819
696
760
15
400
73
486
354
1,205
560
288
101
15

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
2
5
46
217
363
739
631
725
12
380
61
792
305
973
365
198
55
5

2

1
2
5
46
225
379
745
666
721
17
598
66
948
368
543
384
233
50
9

3

3

83

85

86

72
74

75
73

75
75

25

23

21

9

6

5

13
198

13
198

13
198

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30..

6,986
-3 10

6,351

6,482

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

6,676

6,351

6,482

H E A L T H SE R VIC ES A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e H e a l t h S e r v ic e s A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
1973
actual
Executive level IV ___
GS-17 .
GS-16
. . .
GS-15
GS-14
GS-13
.
GS-12.
GS-11
GS-10.
OS-9
GS-8
GS-7
OS-6
GS-5
GS-4
GS -3
G S -2. .
G S -1....................................." "
Grades established by act of
July 1,1944 (42 U.S.C. 207):
Assistant surgeon general
grade, $20,520 to $29,912___
Director grade, $15,214 to
$26,276....................
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442... .
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928.

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2
8
146
258
488
350
432
134
735
354
1,491
704
1,403
1,879
1,200
231
10

1974
est.

3
14
150
266
463
359
448
136
733
344
1,558
720
1,401
1,946
1,210
246
10

1975
est.
1
4
12
147
261
504
354
482
141
778
360
1,615
748
1,490
2,017
1,246
249
10

11

12

6

409

387

377

395
1,008

357
1,080

358
1,093

1974
est.

N A T IO N A L IN ST IT U T E S O F H E A L T H

1975
est.

Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502 . . .
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506.............................
Junior assistant grade, $7,211
to $9,079.................................
Grades established by the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for
International Development
(75 Stat. 450):
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000. _.
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820.
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878.. .
FC -9, $17,599 to $22,744... .
FC -8, $14,787 to $19,039.
FC -7, $13,370 to $17,559_____
F C -3, $8,954 to $11,645. . . .
Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
Health Services A ct (42
U.S.C. 210(g))- Scientific and
professional, $32,806 to $36,000
Ungraded . .
.

2
6
3
3
2
1
1

2
6
3
3
2
1
1

2
6
3
3
2
1
1

1
2,342

2
2,302

4
2,361

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30__ _

15,424
-9 28

15,362
-1 40

15,893
-150

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

14,496

1,218

1,041

1,096

182

154

159

15

2

2

15,222

15,743

C E N T E R FOR D IS E A S E CONTROL
P r e v e n t iv e H

ealth

S e r v ic e s

1973
actual
G S -1 7 ........................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
GS-4.............................................
GS-3.............................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1............................................
Grades established b y act of
July 1,1944 (42 U .S.C. 207).
Assistant surgeon general,
$20,520 to $29,912...............
Director grade, $15,214 to
$26,276..................................
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442....................................
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928.
Senior assistant, $9,533 to
$15,502....................................
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506.................................
Grades established b y the A d ­
ministrator, Agency for In­
ternational Development
(75 Stat. 450).
FC-13, $32,680 to $36,000........
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000........
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820____
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878........
FC -9, $17,599 to $22,744..........
Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
Health Service A ct (42 U.S.C.
210(g)): Scientific and professional, $32,806 to $36,000..
Ungraded.....................................

1
11
69
145
265
361
407
14
493
22
389
241
451
183
130
37
1

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
11
60
122
223
330
356
14
440
22
318
173
336
131
84
31
1

1
11
61
136
230
333
362
14
446
22
318
175
341
135
86
31
1

2

2

2

123

119

119

72
193

64
183

64
188

80

56

58

55

30

30

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e N a t io n a l I n s t it u t e s of H e a l t h
1973
actual

...........

6
502

6
487

6
487

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

4,273
-4 45

3, 600
-7 7

3,657
-7 7

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

3,828

3,523

3,580

1975
est.

Executive Level I V ...................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
G S -1 4 ..........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...........................................
OS-11.......... ...............................
G S-10...........................................
G S-9.............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
GS-6.............................................
G S-5.............................................
GS-4............................................
G S - 3 ............................................
GS-2.............................................
GS-1............................................
Grades established by act of
July 1,1944 (42 U .S.C. 207):
Surgeon general grade, $24,700
to $34,402...............................
Assistant surgeon general
grade, $20,520 to $29,912....
Director grade, $15,214 to
$26,276....................................
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442....................................
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928.
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502...............................
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506....................................
Junior assistant grade, $7,211
to $9,079.................................
Grades established b y Foreign
Assistance A ct of 1964 (sec.
025(d)(1),
as amended):
FC -4, $9,969 to $12,986............
Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
Health Service Act
(42
U .S.C . 210(g); Scientific and
professional, $32,806 to $36,000
Ungraded.....................................

1
15
90
355
484
579
518
615
41
1,054
182
1,056
713
1,065
680
312
91
9

1
22
96
362
485
591
521
629
44
1,029
179
1,010
701
1,059
655
293
75
3

1

1

7

7

7

240

236

237

135
495

135
493

138
492

99

105

103

12

14

14

2

2

2

1

1

1

73
1,915

72
1,698

72
1,706

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June3 0 ... .

10,839
-331

10,519
-106

10,565
-1 06

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

10,508

10,413

10,459

1
22
96
366
486
599
525
628
44
1,038
177
1,018
706
1,061
655
292
76
2

A L C O H O L , D RU G A B U S E , A N D
M E N T A L H E A L T H A D M IN IST R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedules
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F ro m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to
A lco h ol, D ru g A b u se , an d M e n t a l
H e a l t h A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actual

2
1
6
10
1 ...........

1974
est.

GS-18...........................................
GS-17...........................................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14 ............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9.............................................
G S-8.............................................
GS-7
...............................
GS-6 ............................................
G S-5............................................
GS-4 ..........................................
G S-3.............................................

2
14
22
183
230
203
204
324
14
335
84
494
609
1,180
499
194

1974
est.
2
15
23
192
237
206
193
299
11
223
81
411
566
951
384
146

1975
est.
1
10
10
154
181
142
70
97
4
77
18
137
185
152
37
18

1975

ALCOH OL, DRUG AB U SE, AN D M EN ­
T A L H E A L T H A D M IN IS T R A T IO N —
Continued
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedules
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to A lco h o l, D rug A b u se , a n d
M ental
H ealth

A d m in is t r a t io n —

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1974
est.

93

1975
est.

91

16

1

1

1

53

53

53

30
129

31
122

29
103

54

43

41

9

8

8

17
1,380
6,357
-3 9 0
5,967

17
1,291
5,597
-4 ,1 7 4
1,423

17
61
1,522
-4 2
1,480

H E A L T H RESO U R C ES
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e H e a l t h R e so u r c e s A d m in is t r a t io n

1973
actual
GS-18............. ...........................
GS-17........................................
GS-16................ ....................
GS-15.........................................
G S -14.........................................
GS-13............... ........................
G S -12....................................
G S -11........................................
GS-10................. ...................
GS-9..........................................
G S -8 ........................... . . . . ...
G S-7..........................................
GS-6........................... .............
G S-5..........................................
G S-4........................................
G S-3..........................................
G S-2.......................................
GS-1.................... ............ ... .
Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
Health
Service A ct
(42
U .S.C. 210g): Scientific and
professional, $32,806 to $36,000.
Grades established b y act of
July 1944 (42 U .S.C. 207);
Surgeon general grade, $24,700
to $34,402............................
Assistant surgeon general,
grade, $20,520 to $29,912.. .
Director grade, $15,214 to
$22,276....................................
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442............................ .......
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,9 28 Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502..............................
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 ..
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r .. ___

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C o n s o l id a t e d

S chedule

1974
est.

of

Perm anent

1973
actual
Executive level I V .....................
GS-18...........................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14.............................. ...........
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 ........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S -9 ...........................................
GS-8...................................... .
GS-7............. ...............................
GS-6........... .................................
GS-5.............................................
G S-4.................................... .........
GS-3........... .................................
GS-2.............................................
G S - 1 ............................................
Grades established b y act of
July 1. 1944 (42 U .S.C. 207):
Assistant
surgeon
general
grade, $20,520 to $29,912.........
Director grade, $15,214 to
$26,276..
.................
Senior grade, $12,164 to $21,442..........................................
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928.
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502...............................
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506....................................
Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
Health
Service A ct
(42
U .S.C . 210(g)): Scientific and
professional, $32,806 to $36,000
Ungraded.....................................

1974
est.

1

1975
est.
1

1
5
46
78
97
32
72
2
60
27
78
64
92
59
41
11
1 .

1
5
46
82
101
39
72
2
62
29
84
59
105
57
36
11

1
3
2
15
118
173
204
111
91
8
100
37
142
116
110
55
33
7
1

................ ...........

9

7

7

24

4
7

4
7

13
3

3

4

1
1
7
115
203
203
130
127
3
121
25
192
167
213
100
65
24
9

1
2
8
124
226
231
151
142
3
152
31
206
179
225
111
68
24
9

16

15

17

1

............

...........

5
76

5
67

8
48

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

870
-4 2

886
--------

1,435
--------

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year ..........

828

886

1,435

E D U C A T IO N D IV IS IO N : O FFICE OF
E D U C A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F rom F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e O f f ic e of E d u c a t io n
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

13

11

12

Executive level V .......................
GS-18....................... ..................
GS-17............................................
GS-16.......................................... .
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 ..........................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10........... ................. .............
GS-9...................... ......................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7........................... .................
GS-6..............................................
GS-5............................................
GS-4..............................................
GS-3..............................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

2, 063
-2 1 7

1,889
-5 7

2,075
—57

Total, permanent positions
Unfilled positions, July 30........

2,988
-355

2,993
----------

3,129
----------

2,018

Total, permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

2, 633

2,993

3,129

1

1

1

10

10

10

70

67

75

32
32

33
31

34
33

1,846

1,832

1973
actual
Executive level V .......................
GS-18. ........................................
G S -1 5 .........................................
GS-14....................................... .
G S -13......................... .................
GS-12_____ _______ __________
GS-11...........................................
G S -9 .............................................
G S -8 .............................................
GS-7____________ _____ ______
G S-6.............................................
G S-5.............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3.............................................
G S - 2 ..........................................
G S-1.............................................

1
1
30
56
44
28
24
31
8
45
27
24
18
5
7
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

350
-111

Total permanent employ
ment, end of year............

239

1
5
16
34
250
434
390
185
162
2
181
56
270
242
309
197
152
97
1
4

1
5
16
34
251
435
391
186
163
2
181
56
270
242
309
197
152
97
1
4

1
5
16
34
272
458
413
201
173
2
186
58
278
249
318
202
158
100
1
4

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
41
72
60
40
29
39
9
51
32
25
19
8
2
1

1
1
41
75
70
48
37
45
9
58
37
27
20
8
2
1

430
480
................. ..........
430

480

E D U C A T IO N D IV IS IO N : O FF IC E O F
T H E A S S IS T A N T S E C R E T A R Y FOR
E D U C A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
th e

O f f ic e

of

th e

A s s is t a n t

1973
actual

3

1975
est.

2
5
126
227
222
136
144
3
144
28
222
192
225
108
71
25
9

E D U C A T IO N
D IV IS IO N :
N A T IO N A L
IN S T IT U T E O F E D U C A T IO N

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e A s s is t a n t S e c r e ta r y for H e a l t h

Continued

1973
actual
G S -2 ... . . . ___________
Grades established b y act of
July 1.1944 (42 U .S.C. 207):
Assistant surgeon general
grade, $20,520 to $29,912___
D irector grade, $15,214 to
$26,276........... .............. ......
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442...................................
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928.
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502........................... .
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506....................................
Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
Health
Service A ct
(42
U .S.C. 210(g)): Scientific and
professional,
$32,806
to
$36,000.............................
Ungraded . . .

A S SIS T A N T SE C R E T A R Y FOR H E A L T H

Secretary

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I V ......................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................. ..........„
GS-15...................................... .
G S -14...........................................
GS-13...................................... .
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S -6............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4............................. ...............
G S-3..............................................

1
2
2
4
3
4
5
5
7
5
8
6
5
6
3

1
2
1
7
3
5
7
2
4
3
7
3
3
1
1

1
2
1
11
4
9
7
8
7
3
6
6
3
2

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

66
-3 4

50
...........

70

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

32

50

70

SO C IA L A N D R E H A B IL IT A T IO N
SE R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedu le
of
Perm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e S o c ia l a n d R e h a b il it a t io n
S e r v ic e

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............... ............................
GS-17.......................................... .
G S - 1 6 ........................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.................... .................... .
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11.................................... .
G S -1 0 ......................... ...............
GS-9..............................................
GS-8.............................................
GS-7.............................................
G S-6............................................
GS-5........................................
G S-4............................................
G S-3........................... ..................
G S-2.............................................
G S -1 ...................... ....................
Ungraded.....................................

1
3
3
7
19
219
393
419
238
155
6
173
42
295
240
303
160
123
29
7
1

1
3
3
7
19
223
394
416
252
160
7
172
44
283
249
285
153
121
29
7
2

1
3
3
7
19
199
360
379
230
142
5
159
37
271
229
278
142
113
25
4
2

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30 . . .

2,836
-4 73

2,830
-3

2, 608

2,363

2, 827

2,608

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year..............

1975

SO C IA L S E C U R IT Y A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F b o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e S o c ia l S e c u r it y A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actual

1974
est.

A S S IS T A N T S E C R E T A R Y FO R H U M A N
DEVELOPM ENT
H um an

1973
actual

E x ecu tiv e level I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e level V .........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6.................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1
1
6
12
43
937
1,064
2,362
3,404
3,050
7,520
2,556
2,838
3,140
7,281
7,580
9,581
7,638
3,559
207
467

1
1
6
12
43
1,062
1,277
2,648
4,050
3,606
7,957
3,065
2,927
4,098
9,045
7,486
11,514
8,730
4,405
241
494

1
1
6
12
43
1,103
1,488
2,905
4,282
3,482
8,442
3,427
3,166
4,540
9,745
7,214
10,369
8,233
4,267
148
504

E x e cu tiv e lev el I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e level V .........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7.................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2.................................................
G S -1 1.................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................

T o t a l p erm anent position s.
U n filled position s June 30.........

63,247
- 2 ,0 4 3

72,668
-1 ,0 0 3

73,378
- 1 ,0 1 3

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f y e a r..............

61,204

71,665

72,365

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C o n s o l id a t e d
S ch edule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e O f f ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y

D evelopm ent

1975
est.

O F F IC E O F T H E S E C R E T A R Y

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
1
3
6
70
110
131
99
80
1
80
12
75
67
97
57
42
4
2

1
3
1
26
40
76
54
43

1
3
1
28
43
82
55
45

40
3
19
29
50
19
9

42
3
19
30
52
21
9
1

T o t a l perm an en t position s .
U nfilled position s, June 30___

413
-1 6

435
-1 6

939

T o t a l perm anent em ploy*
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r...........

397

419

939

1973
actu al
E x e cu tiv e le v e l I ...........................
E x e cu tiv e level I I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e level I V .................
E x e cu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..............................................
G S -1 ..................................................
G rades established b y a c t o f
J u ly 1,1944 (42 U .S .C . 207):
A ssistan t surgeon general,
$20,520 t o $29.912...................
D ire cto r grade, $15,214 to
$26.276.......................................
Senior
grade,
$12,164 to
$21,442.......................................
F u ll grade, $10,260 to $17,928.
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
t o $15,502..................................
G rades
established b y the
A d m in istra tor, A g e n c y for
Intern ation al D e v e lo p m e n t
(75 S tat. 480):
F C -1 3 , $32,680 t o $36,000........
F C -1 1 , $24,122 t o $31,820........
F C -1 0 , $20,677 t o $26,878........
U n g r a d e d .........................................

1
1
6
3
12
23
62
355
541
662
591
502
33
446
102
553
407
509
254
102
27
8

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
6
2
12
26
49
390
592
723
638
552
33
491
108
621
445
556
278
112
29
8

1
1
4
2
8
25
45
381
573
708
635
536
31
484
103
611
436
545
273
109
27
6

4

4

15

15

.

11
3

11
3

2

2

1
1
1
99

1
1
1
99

1
1
1
94

T o t a l p erm anent p o sitio n s.
U n filled position s, June 3 0 . , . _

5,327
-901

5,809
-2 4 2

5,643
-2 5 5

T o t a l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r..............

4,426

5,567

5,388

1
.
1

1975

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F k o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
the
A d m in is t r a t iv e O p e r a t io n s F u n d
a n d W o r k in g C a p it a l F u n d
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I .........................
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V .....................
Executive level V .......................
G S -1 8 ..____ ____________ _____
GS-17........................ ...................
G S -1 6 - ............. ............. ...........
GS-15.......................................... .
GS-14............... ............ ................
GS-13— ...................... ...............
GS-12...........................................
GS-11__________ ________ _____
GS-10................. ....................
G S - 9 . __ . . . . . ___________
G S-8.............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6................................... ..........
G S-5........... .................................
G S-4........... ............ ....................
G S-3...................... — ..................
G S-2..................... .....................
G S-1.................... ........................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
9
8
5
34
72
525
1,017
1,619
2,270
2,701
45
1,387
188
1,094
925
1,653
1,348
633
219
7
59

1
1
9
8
7
37
80
555
1,034
1,505
1,986
2, 444
46
1,295
186
1,055
860
1,544
1,263
583
209
6
61

1
1
9
8
7
37
80
545
1,001
1,442
1,872
2,294
45
1,240
185
1,028
851
1,490
1,200
554
199
6
61

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

15,820

14,775

14,156

15,820

14,775

14,156

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T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

1975

L A N D A N D W A T E R R ESO U R C ES
B ureau

of

O f f ic e

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FBOM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

1974
est.

1975
est.

E x e cu tiv e lev el V ..........................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 .........................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................

1
1
7
41
113
262
425
830
3
875
42
350
199
450
220
70
24
2

1
1
8
42
117
282
441
905
6
941
42
411
203
473
234
79
27
2

1
1
8
42
120
295
469
999
5
1,030
42
500
203
609
250
90
27
2

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30

3,915
-1 7 1

4,214
-2 9 0

4,593
-3 5 6

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year..............

3,744

3,924

4,237

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S-13.................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S -1 1................................................
G S -1 0................................................
G S - 9 ................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................

1
1
4
8
5
3
1
1
2
3
3
8
3
2
1

1
1
4
8
6
3
1
1
2
3
3
8
3
2
1

1
1
4
8
5
3
1
1
2
3
3
8
3
2
1

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30.........

46
-7

46
-3

46
-3

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f y e a r ...............

39

43

43

B ureau

of

O u td o o b R e c b e a t io n

sch edu le

of

pebm anent

POSITIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE
TO TH E BUREAU OF OUTDOOR RECREATION

B ureau

of

1973
actual

R e c l a m a t io n

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FBOM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE
BUREAU OF RECLAMATION

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975

1
2
8

4

69
203
478
986
1,084

70
204
470
936
1,050

1

E x e cu tiv e level V .......................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
G rades established b y author­
i t y con tain ed in section
625(d)(1) o f th e Foreign
A ssistance A c t o f 1961, as
a m en d ed , an d E x e cu tiv e
O rder 11637, D e c . 22. 1971:
F C -1 2 , $28,380 to $36,000........
F C -1 1 , $24,122 to $31,820........
F C -1 0 , $20,677 t o $26,878........
F C -9 , $17,699 t o $22,744..........
F C -8 , $14,787 t o $19,039...........
F C -2 $8,028 t o $10,440...........
U n g ra d e d .........................................

l
4
8
74
226
608
950
1,120
70
762
60
827
399
817
668
364
107
31

T o t a l perm anent p ositio n s .
U n filled positions, Jun e 30........

8,950
—400

8,700
-3 0 0

8,523
-2 2 6

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f yea r..............

8,660

8,400

8,298

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6

66

66

730
56
797
379
771

705
64
771
361
780
607

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S -1 1................................................
G S -1 0................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ..................................................

1
1
3
22
38
65
73
91
1
32
13
52
37
54
29
26
11

1
1
2
21
39
60
75
81
1
39
9
55
35
49
34
26
11

1
1
2
21
39
57
78
79
1
49
9
54
34
44
37
22
12

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

649
-8 0

539
-6 7

540
-9 8

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f y e a r ..............

469

472

442

26
463
243
516
333
64
2
433

26
465
243
519
300
64
2
430

26
477
246
613
311
64
2
430

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30 . . .

4,197
-2 1 8

4,204
-2 1 9

4,373
-3 1 2

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, end o f y e a r..............

3,979

3,986

4,061

N a t io n a l

Park

B ureau

of

S po rt F is h e r ie s

and

1973
actual

2
6
1
1
1,971

1973
actual
G S -1 8 ......................... ....................
G S -1 7 ......................... ....................
G S -1 6 ......................... ......................
G S -1 5......................... ....................
G S -1 4........................ ....................
G S -1 3......................... ......................
G S -1 2 ......................... ......................
G S -1 1 ......................... ......................
G S -1 0 ......................... ......................
G S -9 ........................... ......................

1
1
14
42
164
267
642
600
2
605

1974
est.
1
2
16
42
164
273
544
606
2
517

1975
est.
1
2
17
42
164
273
559
627
2
528

1974

l

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.........

7,973
—825

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end o f year ................7,148

1975

l

G S -1 8....................................................................................
G S -1 7................................................
2
2
G S -1 6................................................
7
9
G S -1 5................................................
126
133
G S -1 4................................................
229
238
G S -1 3................................................
482
489
G S -1 2................................................
679
690
G S -1 1................................................
674
687
G S -1 0................................................
10
10
G S -9 ..................................................
778
796
G S -8 ..................................................
40
40
G S -7 ..................................................
669
686
G S -6 ..................................................
394
411
G S -6 ..................................................
707
722
G S -4 ..................................................
387
399
G S -3 ..................................................
131
138
G S -2 ..................................................
8
8
Ungraded .........................................
2,649
2,706
8,164
—942

7,222

1
4
8
135
241
494
702
704
10
828
39
710
413
782
446
149
11
2,813
8,491
—1,269
7,222

E N E R G Y A N D M IN E R A L S
G e o l o g ic a l

Survey

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FBOM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
1973
actual

W il d l if e

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FBOM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE
BUREAU OF SPORT FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE
3
3
7
6
1
1
1,943

S e r v ic e

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PEBMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

87

12

1975
est.

G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
U n gra d ed .........................................

Executive level V ....................... I

FISH A N D W IL D L IF E A N D P A R K S

c o n s o l id a t e d

1974
est.

1973
actual

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

L and M anagem ent

1973
actual

W ate r R esou rces R e se ar ch

of

......

E x e cu tiv e lev el V ...............
G S -1 8.................................... ._____
G S -1 7 ...............................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 .................................... ..........
G S -1 1 ...................................... .........
G S -1 0.................................................
G S -9 ........................................ .........
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ........................................ .........
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ........................................

1
5
10
46
304
454
800
1,011
1,300
116
996
196
584
394
641
446
176
57
6

1974
est.
1
5
11
50
327
474
824
1,025
1,317
118
998
193
606
393
674
450
175
54
8

985

1975
est.
1
6
13
49
326
478
819
1,023
1,323
123
1,044
194
638
401
709
458
201
63
8

1975

G e o l o g ic a l S u r v e y — C o n t i n u e d

G rades established b y the A d ­
m inistrator,
A g e n c y for
Internation al D ev elop m e n t
(75 Stat. 450):
F C -1 3 , $32,680 to $36,000.........
F C -1 2 , $28,380 to $36,000____
F C -1 1 , $24,122 to $31,820____
F C -1 0 , $20,677 to $26,878........
F C -9 , $17,559 to $22,744_.........
F C -8 , $14,787 to $19,039...........
F C -7 , $13,370 to $17,559...........
F C -6 , $12,257 to $15,741...........
F C -3 , $8,954 to $11,645.............
U n g ra d e d .........................................

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end of year...........

in in g

c o n s o l id a t e d

1
5
14
14
3
4

3
1
497

3
1
498

3
1
498

089

8,246
-4

8,410
-5

8,089

E nforcem ent an d
A d m in is t r a t io n
sc h e d u le

PA ID
M IN IN G

s it io n s

TH E

1
5
14
14
3
4

of

8,242

8,405

Safety

1

B o n n e v il l e P

1

522

522

T o ta l perm anent positions
U n filled position s, June 30___

3,636
-1 9 9

3,659
-7 2

3,672
-2 8 9

T o ta l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year...............

3,437

3,587

3,383

1975
est.

1
5
14
14
4
6

1975
est.

522

O f f ic e

T o ta l perm anent p ositio n s.
U nfilled positions, June 30........

M

1974
est.

1

G S -1 ...........
U n graded.

c o n s o lid a t e d s c h e d u le o f p e r m a n e n t p o s i­
t i o n s PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO T H E
g e o l o g i c a l s u r v e y — c o n tin u e d
1973
actual

1974
est.

1973
actual

E N E R G Y A N D M I N E R A L S — C o n tin u e d

of

Coal R

esearch

SA L A R IE S A N D EX PE N S E S
1974
est.

1973
actual
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................

1
1
7
6
7
5

G S - 1 2 .................................... ..........
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S - 9 ................................................
G S -7 .................... .............................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ........ .........................................
G S -3

2
6
9
9
2

1975
est.

1
1
3
11
17
28
5
2
7
7
10
14
3
1

1
o
9
15
17
28
5
2
7
8
13
14
3
1

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled posit ions, June 30

41
-4

110
-2

125
----------

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r .............

37

108

125

ow er

po­

FROM F U N D S A V A ILA B L E TO
E N FO RC EM E N T A N D
SA FE TY

1973
actual

uel

A

1975
est.

est.

l l o c a t io n ,

O il

and

l
4
40
94
211
388
298
52
222
83
184
93
180
156
76
27
1
1,165

1

1

4
43
98
214
395
306
51
231
85
186
96
189
160
75
31

4
45
98
216
403
308
50
241
84
187
99
193
164
71
32

1, 215

1,256

T o ta l perm anent p o s itio n s .
U nfilled positions, June 30........

3,275
—263

3,381
-2 7 3

3,453
-3 4 5

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, end o f y e a r..........’. .

3,012

3,108

ow er

1
1
4
39
64
214
860
314
2
187
8
150
37
158
159
210
69
3
19

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U nfilled positions, June 3 0 ...
T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r ______

A

1

1

d m in is t r a t io n

1973
actual

G as P rogram s

1974
est.

1975
est.

SA L A R IE S A N D E X PE N SES
1974
est.

1973
actual

E x ecu tive level V ........................................

GS-18........... ...............................
GS-17........... ................................
G S -1 6 ..........................................
GS-15............. .............................
GS-14.......................................... .
GS-13............. ..............................
G S -1 2 ...................... ...................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9.................... ........................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7........................................ .
GS-6.............................................
GS-5.............................................
GS-4..............................................
G S -3 ............................................
G S - 2 ...........................................
GS-1............................... - ............
U n g r a d e d ........ ............... ...........

1975
est.

OPERATION A N D M A IN T E N A N C E

F
1974

1974
est.

E x e cu tiv e lev el V .......................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 .............................................. ..
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................ ...............
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...............................................
G S - 8 . . . .............................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ___________________________
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
1973
actual

d m in is t r a t io n

CONSOLIDATED SC H E D U LE OF P E R M A N E N T PO SI­
T IO N S PA ID FROM F U N D S A V A IL A B L E TO T H E
B O N NEVILLE PO W ER A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

S outh eastern P

perm an ent

A

1

1

4
39
66
221
876
362

4
39
71
232
892
428

2

410

8

164
37
160
162
267
71
3
19

174
37
170
172
267
71

2,499
—201

2,871
-3 0 8

i, 001
-9 1

2,298

2, 563

2, 910

G S -1 8..........................
G S -1 7..........................
G S -1 6 ........................
G S -1 5 ...... ...................
G S -1 4 ..........................
G S -1 3...................... ..
G S -1 2 ..........................
G S -1 1..........................
G S -1 0 ........................
G S -9 ............................
G S -8 ......................
G S -7 ............................
G S -6 .............. .............
G S - 5 ..........................
G S -4 ..........................
G S -3 ......................
G S - 2 - . - ..................

5
6
8
7
7
0
1
1

2
2
12
48
60
84
108
192
12
168
12
84
36
132
154
94
............

2
9
14
85
107
149
192
342
21
299
21
151
64
236
278
172
.............

76

1,200

2,135

....................
....................

1
1

....................

18
7
;
2
3

___________
....................
................
....................
....................
....................

....................

T o ta l perm anent positions
U nfilled positions, June 3 0 . .

1975
est.

—9

G S -1 7 ............................... ...............
1
G S -1 5 ................................................
3
G S -1 4................................................
2
G S - 1 3 .. . ...........................................
1
G S -1 2 ................................................
5
G S -1 1 ................................................
3
G S -9 ..................................................
3
G S -7 .................................................. 1
2
G S -6 ..................................................
5
G S -5 ................................ ..................
6
G S -4 ..................................................
3
G S -3 ..................................................
2
G S -2 .................................................................... 1
U n gra d e d .........................................
2

1,200

2,135

4
6
3
1

1
3
2
1
5
3
3
2
4
6
3
1

2

2

1

T o ta l, perm anent positions
37
37
37
U n filled positions, June 30.............................................................
T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m ent, end o f y e a r .............

Sou th w estern

T otal perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t end o f y e a r ..

1
3
2
1
5
3
3

37

P ow er A

37

37

d m in is t r a t io n

CONSOLIDATED SC H E D U LE OF P E R M A N E N T P O SI­
TIO N S PA ID FROM FU N D S A V A IL A B L E TO T H E
SO U T H W E ST E R N PO W ER A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

B ureau

of

M

in e s

A

CONSOLIDATED SC H E DU LE OF P E R M A N E N T PO SITIO N S PA ID FROM FU N D S A V A IL A B L E TO T H E
BU R EAU OF M IN E S

Digitized for FRASER
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

P

ow er

A

d m in is t r a t io n

1
1
i
12
90
203
282
457
399
26
335
75
302
171
343
224
136
49

1974
est.
1
1
7
12
90
204
28S
465
402
26
337
75
302
171
343
224
139
49

1973
actual

1975
est.
1
1
7
12
90
204
288
467
404
26
341
75
304
171
343
226
140
49

1973
actual

CONSOLIDATED SC H E D U LE OF P E R M A N E N T PO SI­
TIO N S PA ID FROM FU N D S A V A ILA B L E TO T H E
A L A S K A POW ER A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

1973
actual
E x ecu tive level V ............. ...........
G S -1 8 .................................... ...........
G S -1 7 .................................... ...........
G S -1 6...................... ............. ...........
G S -1 5 .................................... ...........
G S -1 4 .................................... ...........
G S -1 3 .................................... ...........
G S -1 2.................................... ...........
G S -1 1.................................... ______
G S -1 0 .................................... .........
G S -9 ...................................... ...........
G S -8 ...................................... ...........
G S -7 ......................................
G S -6 ...................................... ...........
G S -5 ....................................... ...........
G S -4 ...................................... ...........
G S -3 ...................................... ..........
G S -2 ......................................

laska

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 5.................................................
G S -1 4..............................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S - 1 2 ...............................................
G S -1 1................................................
G S -9 ................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
U n gra d e d .......................................

1
1
1
8
1
1
1
3
3
•>
16

16

16

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U nfilled positions, Juno 30____

38
-6

38
............

38
.............

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r ..............

32

38

38

1

1

2
8
1
1
1
4
4

2
8
1
1
1
4
4

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4.................................................
G S -1 3.................................................
G S -1 2.................................................
G S -1 1.......................... ......................
G S -1 0................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ........................................ .........
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ................................................ ..
U n gra d ed .........................................

1
6
10
10
17
8
0
10
3
13
12
12
4
i
3
59

1
5
9
12
13
10
3
8
0
12
11
14
5
5
3
60

1
0
9
12
14
10
2
8
0
10
11
13
4
<
2
62

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

180
-1 4

176
-3

175

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r ..............

166

173

1(3

1975

1973
actual

B U R E A U O F IN D IA N A F F A IR S
C o n s o l id a t e d

S chedu le

Perm anent

of

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e B u r e a u o f I n d ia n A f f a ir s

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

E x ecu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 8 ................................................
O S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
U n gra d ed .........................................

1
1
5
76
316
461
1,048
1,470
72
3,097
50
978
385
1,555
2,315
1,085
65
15
3,011

1
1
5
72
302
422
954
1,366
72
3,041
40
922
331
1,450
2,249
1,027
65
15
3,011

1
1
5
70
300
422
950
1,286
60
2,991
40
872
331
1,250
2,049
927
50
10
2,486

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30___

16,006
- 2 ,0 3 3

15,346
- 1 ,5 6 1

14,101
-1 ,3 8 8

T o ta l perm anent em p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year..............

13,973

13,785

12,713

S chedule

of

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s
t o T e r r it o r ia l A f f a i r s

1973
actual
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................

Digitized for FRASER
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2
2
15

Perm anent
A v a il a b l e

1974
est.
2
2
16

1976
est.
2
2
15

1973
actual

16
34
44
59
8
20
3
10
8
17
4
5
1
13

18
28
47
48
9
18
4
10
7
11
2
3
11

11

T o t a l perm anent p o sitio n s.
U n fille d position s, June 30........

261
-3 0

236
-1

234

17
32
46
46
8
18
5
10
6
10
3
3

231

235

234

O f f ic e

of

th e

and

S o l ic it o r
expenses

E x e cu tiv e lev el I V .............. .........
G S -1 8...................................... .........
G S -1 7....................................... .........
G S -1 6...................................... .........
G S -1 5...................................... .........
G S -1 4...................................... .........
G S -1 3...................................... .........
G S -1 2...................................... .........
G S -1 1...................................... .........
G S-10...................................... .........
G S -9 ........................................ .........
G S -8 ........................................ .........
G S -7 ........................................ .........
G S -6 ........................................ .........
G S -5 ........................................ .........
G S -4 ........................................ .........

1
1
1
7
45
59
58
29
20
1
6
16
28
40
42
12

1974
est.
1
1
1
4
51
86
72
42
20
1
6
16
29
53
53
11

1975
est.
1
1
1
4
51
89
78
47
20
1
6
16
29
57
56
11

1975
est.

3
2
2

3
2
2

3
2
2

T o t a l p erm anent position s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30

373
-1 3

454
-1 3

475
-1 3

T o t a l p erm anent em ploy*
m en t, e n d o f year...............

360

441

462

O f f ic e o f t h e
c o n s o l id a t e d

o f f ic e

p a id
of

sch edu le
from
th e

Secretary
o f p e r m a n e n t p o s i­

funds

a v a il a b l e t o

th e

secretary

1973
actual

S E C R E T A R IA L OFFICES

1974
est.

G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................

t io n s

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

1973
a ctual

C o n s o l id a t e d

1975
est.

G S-14................................................
G S -1 3................................................
G S-12................................................
G S -1 1................................................
G S -1 0................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
U n gra d e d .........................................

s a l a r ie s

T E R R IT O R IA L A F F A IR S

1974
est.

E x e cu tiv e level I ..........................
E x e cu tiv e lev el I I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e level I V .......................
E x e cu tiv e lev el V .........................
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
U n g r a d e d ........................................

1
1
6
1
4
19
49
135
128
97
101
89
7
136
52
146
67
88
42
19
8
52

1
1
6
1
5
21
57
150
147
131
113
109
7
145
58
161
80
94
41
19
8
50

1
1
6
1
5
21
57
157
152
145
120
111
6
151
58
164
92
92
40
19
7
47

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 3 0 ____

1,248
-1 2 5

1,405
-1 1 1

1,453
-7 6

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t e n d o f y e a r ...............

1,123

1,294

1,377

1975

S a l a r ie s

and

and

IM M IG R A T IO N A N D N A T U R A L IZ A ­
T IO N SE R V IC E

E x p e n s e s , C o m m u n it y

R e l a t io n s
S a l a r ie s

S e r v ic e

E xpen ses
1974
est.

1073
actu a l

1973
a ctu a l

1975
e s t.

1974
est.

1975
est.

S a l a r ie s

1
1
3
1
7
15
18
50
98
78
77
57
11
72
39
107
117
116
106
90
15

E x e cu tiv e level I V . ......................
G S -1 8................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S-11................................................
G S-10................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
U n gra d e d .........................................

1
1
6
17
23
37
44
52
1
32
5
34
19
32
25
7
4
1

1
1
6
9
9
22
17
7
1
2

1
1
6
9
9
25
21
17
1
2

11
6
1
9

11
6
1
9
3

1

1

T o t a l perm anent po sitio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

341
-1 9 2

103
-3

123
-3

57

57

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r..............

149

100

120

1,115
-2 0

1,136
-3 1

E x ecu tiv e lev el I ...........................
E x ecu tiv e level I I ..........................
E x ecu tiv e level I V .........................
E x ecu tiv e level V ...........................
G S-18.................................................
G S -1 7.................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3.................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S-11.................................................
G S -1 0.................................................
G S -0 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1
1
3
1
7
15
9
63
72
74
80
68
10
75
33
119
97
117
75
93
16
1
54

1
1
3
1
7
15
18
47
92
75
75
61
11
72
38
104
115
112
107
88
15

T o t a l p erm an en t p o s itio n s .
U n filled position s, J u n e 30.........

1,084
-9 5

T o t a l p erm an en t e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y e a r ...............

989

1,095

1,105

and

E xpen ses
1973
actu a l

1974
est.

1975
e st.

E x e cu tiv e lev el V .........................
G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1
2
11
10
102
164
316
380
965
229
1,712
409
423
449
991
735
578
60
2
143

1
2
11
10
102
164
316
380
1,105
229
1,755
574
580
449
717
797
578
60
2
150

1
2
11
10
102
164
316
380
1,142
229
2,052
774
283
449
752
797
656
60
2
150

T o t a l perm an en t p o sitio n s.
U n fille d position s, Jun e 30____

7,682
-6 7 3

7,982
-4 8 2

8,332
-4 8 2

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

7,009

7,500

7,850

FEDERAL BUREAU OF
IN V E S T IG A T IO N
F E D E R A L PRISO N S Y S T E M

L E G A L A C T IV IT IE S
S a l a r ie s a n d

S a l a r ie s

E xpen ses
C o n s o l id a t e d

E xpen ses
1973
a ctu al

1974
est.

1973
a c tu a l

1975
est.

E x ecu tiv e level I I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6.................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G 8 -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
U n grad ed .........................................

1
10
2
10
22
64
376
322
441
357
308
102
502
531
929
1,271
857
430
153
33
4
1,397

1
10
2
10
19
66
378
326
446
386
394
26
836
225
1,014
857
988
451
172
32
4
1,446

1
10
2
10
19
66
381
337
485
400
409
57
915
251
1,077
871
970
474
174
32
4
1,558

T o ta l p erm anent p ositio n s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30.. .

8,122
969

8,089
-3 2 8

8,503
-321

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y e a r .............

7,153

7,761

8,182

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and

1074
est.

1975
est.

E x e cu tiv e le v e l I I .........................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l V ..........................
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1
1
2
20
42
78
267
716
3,548
1,080
2,651
1,237
243
231
725
950
2,782
2,897
2,707
290
250

1
1
2
20
43
77
262
775
3,591
1,143
2,425
1,033
249
257
684
1,011
2,843
2,748
2,499
525
260

1
1
2
20
46
74
262
799
3,651
1,593
2,175
884
249
257
795
1,000
2,947
2,642
2,557
333
271

T o t a l p erm anent p o s itio n s .
U n filled position s, June 30.........

20,668
—887

20,449
— 776

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f y e a r...............

19,781

19,673

Schedule

of

P erm anent

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e B u r e a u o f P r is o n s
1973
a ctu a l

1974
est.

1975
e st.

E x e cu tiv e le v e l V ..........................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G 8 -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................

1
4
15
55
103
185
347
595
166
881
926
1,902
711
358
102
18
3
1,174

1
5
14
60
109
203
375
664
175
962
970
2,228
729
383
131
18
3
1,236

1
5
14
64
114
212
412
739
181
1,128
1,063
2,458
739
402
153
15
3
1,316

20* 559
— 628

T o t a l p erm anent p o s itio n s .
U n fille d position s, Jun e 30........

7,546
-5 3 2

8,266
-7 8

9,019
-8 5

19,931

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year...............

7,014

8,188

8,934

1975

1973
actual

L A W EN FORCEM EN T ASSISTA N C E
A D M IN IST R A TIO N
S a l a r ie s a n d

E xpen ses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I ....................
Executive level I V .....................
G S -1 8 .........................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............. .............................
GS-15...........................................
G S -1 4 ...................... ...................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 ..........................................
GS-11........... ............... ...............
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S - 8 ... ........................................
G S-7........................ ...................
G S-6___________________ ____ _
G S-5..............................................
G S -4................................. ...........
G S-3..............................................
G S - 2 ............................................

1
2
1
4
17
42
85
105
49
52
1
49
11
71
37
57
51
22
3

1
2
3
4
16
39
86
111
57
61
1
52
11
70
38
63
52
21
3

1
2
2
4
16
41
89
126
78
66
1
54
11
72
39
71
53
21
3

T otal permanent positions

660

691

750

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1974
est.

1975
est.

1973
actual

Unfilled positions, June 30____

—61

—31

—31

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year..............

599

660

719

D RU G EN FORCEM EN T
A D M IN IST R A TIO N
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

1973
actual
Executive level I I I ..........
Executive level V .............. ........
GS-18................................... ........
GS-17................................... ........
GS-16................................... ____
GS-15................................... ____

1
1
3
8
57

1974
est.
1
1
3
7
16
80

1975
est.
1
1
3
7
16
80

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-14............................................
GS-13............................... ...........
GS-12............................................
GS-11.......................................... .
GS-10............................................
G S-9.............................................
G S-8............... .............................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6............. ................... ...........
GS-5...................................... .
G S -4 ............................................
G S-3..............................................
GS-2..............................................
Grades established b y section
3(b) Reorganization Plan
No. 1 of 1968 comparable
to GS grades:
SR-18.......................................
SR-16........................................

156
343
359
342
4
435
18
250
122
381
183
134
46

198
494
972
491
5
243
22
478
143
457
198
141
46

199
511
1,398
216
5
298
22
344
143
575
198
141
46

2
2
21

2
2
21

2
2
21

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

2, 868
-6 6

4,021
-7 3

4, 229
-7 3

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

2,802

3,948

4,156

1975

M A N P O W E R A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

EM PLOYM ENT STAND ARD S
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
M a n p o w e r A d m in is t r a t io n

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

S a l a r ie s

1
1
6
12
31
333
568
036
743
247
4
181
31
205
355
751
310
51
3

1
1
4
10
27
254
421
728
572
186
2
155
24
186
263
607
259
73
8
1

1
1
4
10
27
243
407
697
555
180
2
147
23
179
255
587
250
71
7
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

4, 778
-3 71

3,782
-1 4 3

3,647
-1 77

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........

4,407

3, 639

3,470

and

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e E m p l o y m e n t S t a n d a r d s A d m in is t r a ­
t io n

1973
actual
Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V ........................
GS-18................................... .........
GS-17.......................... .................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14...................... .....................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 ........................ ................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10................................. ..........
G S -9 ...........................................
G S - 8 .................... ......................
GS-7................. .......................... .
G S - 6 ...........................................
GS-5.................... ........................
G S -4 ................. ............... ..........
G S - 3 ......................................... .
GS-2..............................................
GS-1................................... ...........

B U R E A U O F L A B O R STA TIST IC S

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V ......................
G S -18...................................... ..
GS-17..........................................
GS-16............. ..............................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
G S -1 3 ...-.....................................
G S -1 2 ...........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............. ............................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8................................. ............
GS-7.............................................
G S-6............................................ .
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3............................... - ............
G S-2..............................................
G S-1................... ........................

1
1
1
2
9
92
175
236
896
135
8
135
12
208
235
293
178
94
12
1

1
1
1
2
10
108
176
239
950
147
8
160
11
231
245
309
153
79
9
1

1
1
1
2
10
103
176
239
965
143
8
160
11
230
245
308
153
79
9
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30 ..

2,724
-325

2,841
-2 3 0

2, 845
-2 15

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

2,399

2,611

2, 630

E

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level V .......................
GS-17............................................
GS-16.......................................... .
GS-15............................................
GS-14.......................................... .
G S -1 3 ..........................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
G S-6.............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4...................... ..................
G S-3............................... ........... .
GS-2..............................................
G S-1..............................................
Ungraded...................................

1
3
13
68
103
164
179
216
1
128
20
111
100
195
73
28
10
1
1

1
3
13
69
106
165
175
212
1
140
20
132
102
212
91
29
10
1
1

1
3
13
71
112
173
212
233
1
164
21
145
105
243
107
41
11
1
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

1,415
-1 50

1,483
-1 21

1,658
-1 3 4

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1,265

1,362

1,524

DEPARTM ENTAL M ANAGEM ENT
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedu le
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
D epartm ental M an agem ent

O C C U P A T IO N A L S A F E T Y A N D
H E A L T H A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

L A B O R -M A N A G E M E N T SE R VIC ES
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
S a l a r ie s

and

E

S a l a r ie s

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

and

1974
est.

1975
est.

E xpenses
1973
actual

1975
est.

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

199
15
106
84
139
77
54
8

247
15
129
99
144
77
54
8

1
1
6
1
4
22
34
230
263
271
238
210
10
188
60
224
232
230
161
08
13
82

1
1
5
1
3
21
35
244
268
257
225
208
10
197
60
224
236
237
151
56
13
82

1
4
8
79
93
163
298
36
19
8
43
75
161
44
51
5

1
4
8
79
95
150
253
33
18
8
43
73
142
44
51
5

1
4
8
79
95
150
253
33
18
8
43
73
142
44
51
5

Executive level IV .....................
GS-17............................................
GS-16.............
GS-15..........................
GS-14............................................
G S -1 3 .-.......................
GS-12........................................
G S - 1 1 .........................................
GS-10....................................
GS-9 . _
.
. ..
G S-8.............
..........................
GS-7
...............................
GS-6
.............................
GS-5 . . . .
G S -4 .. . .
G S - 3 ............................................
GS-2
GS-1.

1
1
12
47
131
203
246
252
1
171
15
104
85
93
77
48
6
2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

1,088
-1 1 2

1,007
-5 2

1,007
-5 2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30. _ .

1,495
-2 10

1,626
-2 1

1,787
-3 1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

2,559
-4 23

2,828
-1 1 6

2,535
-6 8

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ...........

976

955

955

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

1,285

1,605

1,756

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of vear.............

2,136

2,412

2,470

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1
1
12
47
134
210
278
331

1
1
4
1
4
21
36
213
273
265
250
215
9
186
60
222
231
242
162
64
11
88

Executive level I V .....................
GS-17............................................
GS-16...........................................
G S -1 5 ...-.....................................
GS-14...............- ...........................
GS-13.................- ..............- . .
GS-12....................................
.
GS-11................................ . . .
GS-S)......................................
G S -8 ..................................
GS-7...........................
G S -6 ...........................................
G S-5..............................................
GS-4.............................................
GS-3.............................................
G S - 2 ........................................ ...

.

1
1
12
47
134
210
256
283

Executive level I .........................
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V ........................
GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9...................... ......................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
GS-4..............................................
G S-3..................................... .........
GS-2..........................................
Ungraded......................................

.

.

-------------

1975

A D M IN IS T R A T IO N O F FO R E IG N
A F F A IR S
Sa l a r ie s

and

A

of

O p e b a t io n , a n d M a i n t e n a n c e
B u i l d in g s A bro ad
1973
actual

E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

E x e cu tiv e level I ...........................
E x e cu tiv e level I I .........................
E x e cu tiv e level I I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ........................
E x ecu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
G rades establish ed b y th e F o r ­
eign Service A c t o f 1946 (22
U .S .C . 801-1158):
F oreig n Service officer:
C lass 1.......................................
C lass 2 .......................................
C lass 3 .......................................
C lass 4.......................................
Class 5.......................................
C lass 6.......................................
C lass 7.......................................
Class 8 .......................................
F o r e ig n Service reserve offi­
cer:
C lass 1.......................................
C lass 2 .......................................
C lass 3 .......................................
C lass 4 .......................................
C lass 5.......................................
C lass 6 .......................................
C lass 7 .......................................
C lass 8 .......................................
F oreign Service staff:
C lass 1.......................................
Class 2.......................................
Class 3.......................................
C lass 4 .......................................
Class 5 .......................................
Class 6 .......................................
Class 7 .......................................
Class 8 .......................................
Class 9 .......................................
Class 10.....................................
G ra des established b y th e Sec­
retary o f State, com parable
t o G S grades:
G G -1 5 ...........................................
G G -1 4 ...........................................
G G - 1 3 ...........................................
G G -1 2 ...........................................
G G - 1 1 ...........................................
G G -1 0 ...........................................
G G - 9 .............................................
G G - 8 .............................................
G G - 7 .............................................
G G - 6 .............................................
G G - 4 .............................................
U ngraded:
W age-board em ployees............
L o c a l em ployees........................

4
7
5
7
6
10
18
15
16
8
1

4
7
5
7
6
10
18
15
16
8
1

4
7
5
7
6
10
18
15
16
8
1

60
10,855

60
10,866

60
10,952

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30

22,583
-1 ,1 4 7

22,598
-5 9 9

22,787
-7 0 1

T o t a l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year..............

21,436

21,999

22,086

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c q u is it io n ,

1
24
34
52
49
2
3
21
112
140
163
165
203
34
369
205
407
320
349
203
121
65
1

1
24
34
52
49
2
3
21
110
137
164
164
205
35
371
205
416
320
382
208
125
65
1

1
24
34
53
53
2
3
21
110
137
164
165
210
35
376
205
416
320
384
213
125
65
1

249
391
699
884
689
397
151
26

246
388
685
871
700
402
153
26

247
390
689
878
715
421
153
26

100
193
231
251
253
290
315
76

100
198
227
237
264
266
346
83

100
198
227
237
267
266
346
83

66
137
178
316
478
666
765
568
103
56

66
135
179
314
458
618
784
566
112
57

66
135
179
314
466
627
784
578
112
57

1974

6
GS—15________________________
GS-14............................................
6
GS-13............................................
1
GS-12...........................................
1
GS-11...........................................
4
G S-9..............................................
2
G S-8..............................................
1
G S -7..............................................
6
GS-6..............................................
4
GS-5..............................................
4
GS-4..............................................................
Grades established b y the
Foreign Service A ct of 1946
(22 U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service reserve of­
ficer:
Class 1....................................
1
Class 2 ...................................
9
Class 3 ...................................
6
Class 4 ...................................
5
Class 5 ...................................
3
Class 6 ...................................................
Class 7 ...................................
1
Class 8 ....................................................
Foreign Service staff:
Class 1 ...................................
5
Class 2 ...................................
1
Class 3 ...................................
1
Class 8 ...................................
1
Ungraded:
Project construction super­
visor .......................................
2
Local employees......................
19
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

89
—4

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

85

1975

1973
actual
U ngraded (w age b o a rd em ­
p lo y e e s )........................................

1975

8*
87

87

T o ta l perm anent p o sitio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30___

220
220
220
—13 ...............................

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

C o n s o l id a t e d W

1974
est.

207

o r k in g

1973
actual

220

220

F und
1975
est.

1974

G rades established b y the
Foreign Service A c t o f 1946
(22 U .S .C . 801-1158):
F oreign Service reserve offi­
cer:
Class 2.......................................
Class 3.......................................
Class 4 .......................................
Class 5.......................................
Class 6.......................................
Class 7.......................................
U ngraded (local e m p lo y e e s ).. .
T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30____
25

25

10
-2

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

10

10

10

10

99

IN T E R N A T IO N A L O R G A N IZ A T IO N S
A N D C O N FE R E N C E S
M
W

o r k in g

is s io n s to

I n t e r n a t io n a l O r g a n iz a t io n s

C a p it a l F u n d
1973
actual

G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 .................................... .............
G S - 6 .................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ............................................ ..
G S -2 ..................................................
G rades established b y th e F or­
eign Service A c t o f 1946 (22
U .S .C . 801-1158):
F oreign Service officer:
Class 3 .......................................
Class 5 .......................................
Foreign Service reserve o f­
ficer:
Class 2 .......................................
Class 5 .......................................
Class 6 .......................................
Class 8 .......................................
F oreign Service stall:
Class 3 .......................................
C lass 6 .......................................
C lass 7 .......................................
Class 8 .......................................
C lass 9 .......................................

1
1
6
8
14
2
13
3
15
10
27
4
4
2

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

2
5
8
14
2
13
3
15
16
27
4
4
2

2
5
8
14
2
13
3
15
16
27
4
4
2

1
1

1
1

1
1

3
3
1
4

2
3
1
4

2
3
1
4

2
1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1

Executive level I I .......................
Executive level III.....................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V .......................
Grades established b y the
Foreign Service A ct of 1946
(22 U .S.C . 801-1188):
Foreign Service officer:
Class 1 ...................................
Class 2 ................................. .
Class 3 ...........................................
Class 4 ...................................
Class 5 ...................................
Class 6 ...................................
Foreign Service reserve of­
ficer:
Class 1...................................
Class 2 ...................................
Class 3 ...........................................
Class 4 ...................................
Class 5 ...................................
Class 6 ...................................
C la ss7 ...................................
Foreign Service staff:
Class 1 ...................................
Class 2 ...................................
Class 3 ...........................................
Class 4 ...................................
Class 5 ...................................
Class 6 ...................................
Class 7 ...................................
Class 8 ...................................
Class 9 ...................................

1975
est.

1974
est.

1
3
3
1

1
3
4
1

7
7
12

11

2
3

2
3

6
6

5
3
4
2
1
1

6
8
6

7
5
3
4
1
1
1

3
1
3
1
4

3
1
3
2
3
10

13
3

13
3

8
8

8

991

1
3
4
1

6
8

11
5
4
2

6
6
3
4
1
1
1
3
1
3
2
3
10
9
12
5

1975

1973
actual

IN T E R N A T IO N A L O R G A N IZ A T IO N S
A N D C O N F E R E N C E S— Continued
M

is s io n s

to

I

O rga­

n t e r n a t io n a l

n iz a t io n s —

Continued
1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

Grades established b y the
Secretary of State, com ­
parable to GS grades:
G G -1 5 ............. .......... ............
G G -1 4 ........ ...............................
G G -1 3 ............... ......................
G G -1 2 ...................... ...............
G G -1 1 .......................................
G G - 1 0 ..._____ _____________
G G -9 ____________ __________
G G - 8 . . .....................................
G G -7 ........................................
G G -0 .........................................
G G -5 ........................... ..........G G -4 ...................... .................
G G -3 ..................... .................
G G -2 .......................................
Ungraded:
Wage-board employees.........
Local employees.................... .

1
2
6
6
5
4
7
7
9
13
10
5
1
1

1
2
7
7
4
7
6
6
8
14
10
3
1
1

1
2
7
7
4
7
6
6
8
14
10
3
1
1

5
32

5
34

5
34

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

225
-1 7

229

231

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........

208

229

I n t e r n a t io n a l T

rade

231

N e g o t ia t io n s
1974
est.

Total permanent posi­
tions........................ ............. ........
42
52
Unfilled positions, June 30....... ......................................
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............. . . ........

Ungraded.....................................

133

131

131

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

300
-2 3

298
----------

298
----------

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year..........

277

298

298

1973
actual
Grades established b y the Sec­
retary o f State, comparable
to GS grades:
G G -15 .......................................
G G - 1 4 .. .................................
G G-13.......................................
G G -12 ................................. .
G G -11 __________ _____ _____
G G -1 0 ............ .......... ..............
G G -9 ____________ _____ _
G G -8 ________ ______ ______
G G - 7 . . . . ................................
G G -6 ........................ ............. .
G G - 5 . . . ________ ___________
G G -4 ........................................
G G -3 ............................... .........
G G -2 .........................................
Ungraded (Wage-board em­
ployees).....................................

B

oundary an d

n it e d

s a l a r ie s

States

42

and

W

Grades established b y the Sec­
retary of State, comparable
to GS grades:
G G -18................................... ..I
G G - 1 5 ................................... 4
G G -14 ......................................
G G -13 _______________ ______
G G -1 2 .......................................
G G -11__............................... ..
G G - 1 0 ....... .............................
G G -9 ........................ ........... ..
G G - 8 ............. ..........................
G G -7 ______ _____ _________
G G - 6 .................... ..................
G G - 5 . . . .............................
G G -4 .................... ................ .
G G -3 .......................................

l

4

8
12

13
15
2
14
3
18
12
27
17
14

4

1
4
8
3
2
15
3
13
5
3
8
4
3

6
278
----------

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

29

72

278

A

m e r ic a n

S e c t io n s , I n t e r n a t io n a l
C o m m is s io n s
1973
actual

Com­

1975
est.

8
12

13
15
2
14
3
18
11
27
17
13

8
12

13
15
2
14
3
18
11
27
17
13

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
Executive level IV ......................
1
Grades established b y the Sec­
retary of State, comparable
to GS grades:
5
G G -15 ___________ __________
6
5
1
4
4
G G -1 4 ............................ .........
1
1
2
G G -13 ...... .............................. .
2
5
G G -12 ........ ........ ........... .........
3
GG -11____ _____ ___________
1
1
3
1
1
G G - 1 0 .. .................................
G G -8 ............. ................................. ...................... .............. 2
G G - 7 . . ........................... .........
3
3
2
G G -6 ..................................... . ............
1
1
G G -5 .......................................
2
2
1
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year_______

18
22
26
—2 ______ _______
16

22

Foreign Service reserve of­
ficer:
Class 1....................................
Class 2....................................
Class 3....................................
Class 4....................................
Class 5....................................
Class 6..................................
Class 7 ..................................
Class 8....................................
Foreign Service staff:
Class 3....................................
Class 4....................................
Class 5....................................
Class 6....................................
Class 7....................................

2
7
2
10
3
3
2
1

2
7
2
10
3
3
2
1

2
4
1
4
2

2
4
1
4
2

2
4
1
4
2

Total permanent posi­
tions.................................
Unfilled positions, June 30___

275
-3 5

275
-2 1

275
-2 1

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year

240

254

254

OTHER
M

ig r a t io n

R

and

e fu c . e e

GS-17_______ ____ ___________
GS-16............................... ............
G S -1 5..................... ..................
GS-14______ ____ ____________
G S -1 3 ...................... ........... .
GS-12________________________
G S -11........................ ........... .
G S -9 ..................................... .
G S-8...... .......................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6........................................ .
G S-5.............................................
G S - 4 ... ................................ .
G S-3.............................................
GS-2..............................................
Grades established b y the
Foreign Service A ct o f 1946
(22 U .S.C. 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
Class 1...................................
Class 2 .................................
Class 3 ..................................
Class 4...................................
Class 5...................................
Class 6...................................
Class 7 ............. ............ .........
Class 8..................................

1
1
8
7
23
12
16
14
14
28
21
12
9
5
3

5
9
13
12
13
4
1
1

1
1
8
7
23
12
16
14
14
28
21
12
9
5
3

4
10
13
12
13
4
1
1

A

s s is t a n c e

1973
actual
GS-15........................................
GS-13_____ ______ ____________
GS-12___________ ___________
GS-10______ _____ ______ _____
G S - 8 ........................................
G S -7 .................................. .........
G S-6..............................................
G S -5 .............................................
G S -4 ...........................................
Grades established b y the For­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
Class 1 ...................................
Class 2 ..................................
Class 3 ...................................
Class 4 ...................................
Class 5 ..................................
Class 6.........................................
Class 7 ...................................
Foreign Service reserve of­
ficer:
Class 1 ....................................
Class 6 ..................................
Foreign Service staff:
Class 1..................................
Class 2 ...................................
Class 7 ...................................
Class 8 ...............................
Ungraded (local em ployees)__

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

1
1

1
1

1
2
3
2
1
1

1
2
3
2
1
1

1
1
4
2
2
1

1
1
4
1
2
1

2
1

2
1

2
1

1
1
1
1
13

1
1
1
1
13

1
1
1
1
11

1
1
1
4
3
1

1
1
4
2
2
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

43
-6

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year. .

37

of

F

,

43
-------------

40
-------------

43

40

the

I nspector G en eral
A s s is t a n c e
1973
actual

1975
est.
1
1
8
7
23
12
16
14
14
28
21
12
9
5
3

4
10
13
12
13
4
1
1

of

o r e ig n

E d u c a t io n a l a n d C u l t u r a l
E x c h a n g e A c t iv it ie s
1974
est.

1975
est.

2
7
2
10
3
3
2
1

O f f ic e

utual

1974
est.

26

E D U C A T IO N A L E X C H A N G E

1973
actual

e x ic o

1974
est.

l

4
10
20
39
37
2
43
3
30
16
20
19
18
11

72

52

expen ses

1973
actual

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ater

M

and

2
1
2
1

1975
est.

32
-3

IN T E R N A T IO N A L COM M ISSIONS
, U

1
2
6
2
1
6
1
7

1974
est.

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

M

m is s io n

1973
actual

1975
est.

GS-15.......................................... . ............
1
1
GS-8......................................... ...................
1
1
G S - 7 .............. ........... ...............................
2
2
Grades established b y the For­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
Class 1................. ................. ...........
1
1
Class 2................................... ............
2
6
Class 3................................._ ............
4
5
Class 4.............................. .
............
2
7
Class 5................. ........................ .........
4
3
Class 6................................... ............
3 ________
Foreign Service reserve of­
ficer:
Class 3 . - ...............................................
3
3
Class 4....................................................
3
3
Class 6................... .............................
1 ............. .
Foreign Service staff:
Class 3.......... ........ ............. . ............ - ..........
1
Class 4.......... ..................... .
........ ...................
2
Class 5 . . .............................................. ............
3
Class 6................. ...................... ..........
3
6
Class 7__________ ______ __ _______
9
7
Class 8..................................................
3
1

n t e r n a t io n a l

1975
est.

c o n s t r u c t io n

1973
actual

I

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1

2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1

2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1

2
3
2

2
3
1

2
3
1

Class 4....................................

4
9
2
2

3
12
2
2

3
12
2
2

T otal permanent posi­
tions................................
Unfilled positions, June 30 .. .

41
-6

41
............

41
----------

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

35

41

41

Executive level I V ....................
G S -15._______ ________________
GS-12____ ____________________
GS-11
............. ......................
GS-10............................... ............
G S-9........................................ —
G S-8.............................................
G S-7..........................................G S-6..............................................
G S -5 ............................................
G S -4................................... ..........
Grades established b y the For­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
Class 3____________________
Class 5..................................
Foreign Service reserve offi­
cer:
Class 1....................................
Class 2....................................

2
4
1

1974
est.

1
1
1

1975

F E D E R A L A V IA T IO N
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d

Schedule

of

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
O f f ic e o f t h e S e c b e t a b t

th e

1973
actual

1974
est.
1
1
6
1
17
40
52
273
245
241
201
174
22
160
63
179
98
131
76
56
7

1
1
6
1
17
40
52
272
245
255
212
176
22
156
62
177
97
138
76
56
7

1
1
97

1
1
98

1
1
99

T o ta l perm anent p ositio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

2,110
-1 9 0

2,144
-1 9 0

2,170
-1 5 1

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y e a r ..............

1,920

1,954

2,019

C O A ST G U A R D
C o n s o l id a t e d

S ch edule
of
P ebm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e t o
th e C oast G uabd
1975
est.

0 8 - 1 7 ................................................
0 8 - 1 6 ................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G 8 -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
0 8 - 1 2 ................................................
G S - U .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -fl...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
0 8 - 5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
G ra des established b y th e C o m ­
m a n d a n t o f the C oa st
O u ard :
lig h t h o u s e keepers a n d ligh t
atten dan ts, $6,785 to $10,803
A c a d e m y fa cu lty , $9,909 to
$26,351........................................
U n gra d e d .........................................

3

3

3

42
2,692

39
2,642

39
2,662

T o ta l perm anent p ositio n s .
U n filled position s, Jun e 30........

6,685
-8 1 0

6,520
-6 6 2

6,435
-3 0 0

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year..............

5,875

5,858

6,135

5 4 0 -1 0 0 0 - 7 4 - 68

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1
6
57
84
208
303
429
27
375
56
409
222
629
774
347
20
1

1
6
59
89
217
314
423
28
356
55
396
206
595
723
347
20
1

S ch edule

1
6
59
89
217
315
412
28
326
55
375
186
580
718
343
20
1

E x e cu tiv e le v e l I I .........................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l I V ........................
G rades established b y P u b lic
L a w 85-726:
E x e cu tiv e le v e l, $36.000...........
G rades established b y P u b lic
L a w 80-313:
E x e cu tiv e le v e l, $36,000..........
O S -1 8 .................................................
0 8 - 1 7 .................................................
O S -1 6.................................................
G S -1 5 ................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
0 8 - 1 2 ................................................
G S -U ................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -fl...................................................
0 8 - 5 ...................................................
0 8 - 4 ...................................................
O S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
G rades established b y the
C anal Z o n e civ ilia n per­
sonnel p o lic y co o rd in a tio n
b o a rd :
N M -15, $30,932 to $36,000. . . .
N M -14, $26,551 t o $34,520____
N M -13, $22,655 t o $ 2 9 ,4 5 4 ....
N M -12, $19,184 to $24,938____
N M -11, $16,095 t o $ 2 0 ,9 1 8 ....
N M -1 0 , $14,691 t o $ 1 9 ,1 0 0 ....
N M -9 , $13,356 to $17,361.........
N M -7 , $10,948 t o $14,228.........
N M -6 , $9,857 t o $12,817............
N M -5 , $8,848 t o $11,508...........
G rades established b y th e A d ­
m in istrator, A g e n c y for
Intern ation al D e v e lo p m e n t
(22 U .S .C . 2385(d)):
F C -1 4 , $36,000.............................
F C -1 3 , $32,680 t o $ 3 6 ,0 0 0 .....
F C -1 2 , $28,380 t o $36,000.........
F C -1 1 , $24,122 to $31,820.........
F C -1 0 , $20,677 t o $26,878........
F C -9 , $17,559 t o $22,744...........
F C -4 , *9,969 t o $12,986............
U n gra d ed .........................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1

1
1

1
1

16

14

14

14
7
33
82
1,232
4,265
11,098
12,182
8,758
2,738
3,224
299
2,795
1,158
2,831
1,567
389
39
2

15
6
34
87
1,240
4,362
11,550
12,304
8,844
2,927
3,163
309
3,027
1,182
2,661
1,549
309
28
1

15
6
34
87
1,218
4,344
11,368
12,248
9,361
2,927
2,903
311
3,554
1,142
2,684
1,457
287
25
1

1
3
10
41
27
9
2
3
1
7

1
3
11
44
28
10
2
3
1
5

1
3
11
44
28
10
2
3
1
5

1
4
16
34
10
7
1
2,691

1
4
18
48
10
7
1
2,709

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n filled position s, June 30____

55,589
—3,108

56,486
—2,377

56,894
—1,560

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo ym e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

52,481

54,109

55,334

F E D E R A L H IG H W A Y
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
S chedule

of

P erm anent

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F e d e r a l H i g h w a y A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actu al
E x e cu tiv e le v e l I I .........................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l TV........................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l V ..........................

1975
est.

G S -1 8 ....................................... ..
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
0 8 - 1 3 .................................................
O S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
O S -7 ...................................................
G S -fl...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
O S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
G ra des established b y P u b lic
L a w 85-726: A sso cia te A d ­
m in istrator, $36,000..................
G ra des established b y 72 Stat.
213: D ire cto r, $35,480...............
G ra des establish ed b y th e A d ­
m in istrator, A g e n c y fo r I n ­
ternation al D e v e lo p m e n t:
F C -1 2 , $28,380 to $36,000.........
F C -1 1 , $24,122 t o $3 1 , 8 2 0 .........
F C -1 0 , $20,677 t o $26,878.........
F C -9 , $17,559 t o $22,744...........
F C -8 , $14,787 t o $19,039...........

4
15
33
275
370
748
910
465
3
309
31
355
323
401
317
213
43
11

4
15
33
275
370
748
910
465
3
309
31
355
323
401
317
213
43
11

4
15
33
275
370
756
910
465
3
279
31
348
323
401
317
213
43
11

2

2

2

1

1

1

7
17
13
20
2
115

7
17
13
20
2
115

7
17
13
20
2
115

T o ta l perm an en t po sitio n s U n filled position s, J u n e 30...... ..

5,006
-1 6 8

5,006
-2 4 4

4,977
-1 7 7

T o t a l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ...............

4,838

4,762

4,800

N A T IO N A L H I G H W A Y T R A F F IC
S A F E T Y A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

1
4
15
35
8
7
1
2,703

C o n s o l id a t e d

1974
est.

Pebm anent

of

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F e d e r a l A v ia t io n A d m in is t r a t io n
1973
actual

1
1
5
1
15
37
44
281
232
243
196
171
20
160
43
183
91
128
82
61
16

1974
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d

1975
est.

E x e cu tiv e level I ...........................
E x ecu tiv e lev el I I .........................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ........................
E x e cu tiv e level V ..........................
O S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
0 8 - 1 6 ................................................
0 8 - 1 5 ................................................
0 8 - 1 4 ................................................
O S -1 3 ................................................
0 8 - 1 2 ................................................
0 8 - 1 1 .................................................
0 8 - 1 0 ................................................
O S -9 ..................................................
0 8 - 8 ...................................................
0 8 - 7 ..................................................
0 8 - 6 ..................................................
0 8 - 5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
0 8 - 2 ...................................................
G rades established b y th e Sec­
retary o f T ran sp ortation ,
com parable to 0 8 grades:
A D - 1 7 ...........................................
A D - 1 6 ............................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1973
actual

1973
a c tu a l

P erm anent

I
1
1

1974
est.

1975
est.

l

l
1
1

1
1

T r a f f ic

and

H ig h w a y

1973
a ctu a l

Safety

1974
est.

1975
est.

E x e cu tiv e le v e l I I I . .....................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l V . .........................
G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
O S -1 6 .................................................
0 8 - 1 5 .................................................
0 8 - 1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
O S -1 2 .................................................
O S -1 1.................................................
0 8 - 1 0 .......................................
O S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
O S -2 ...................................................

1
1
2
8
20
130
157
97
56
49
7
49
18
64
72
47
30
27
6

1
1
3
10
24
131
157
104
64
61
7
49
17
66
76
49
31
23
7

1
1
3
10
24
134
161
107
70
66
7
54
17
69
81
53
34
23
7

T o t a l perm an en t p o s itio n s .
U n fille d position s, Ju n e 30........

841
-9 4

881
-1 0 2

922
-8 6

T o t a l p e rm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f y e a r________

747

779

836

1975

1973

F E D E R A L R A IL R O A D
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d

S chedule

of

actual

Perm anent

IPo s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e F e d e r a l R a il r o a d A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
1973
a c tu a l
E x ecu tiv e lev el I I I .......................
P ositio n establish ed b y P u b lic
L a w 80-313: E x e cu tiv e level.
$36,000............................................
G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7 .................................................
G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 ...........................*...................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1.................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G 8 -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G 8 -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
U n g ra d ed .........................................
T o t a l p erm anent positio n s.
U n filled position s, June 30.........
T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

1

1

1
1
3
6
38
38
64
180
16
12
11
22
20
37
13
5
803

1
1
3
6
39
39
65
271
17
1
12
11
22
20
38
13
5
803

1
1
3
6
41
45
86
280
29
1
16
11
24
20
47
15
8
803

1,271
-9 7

1,368
-1 2 5

1,438
-1 2 6

1,174

1,312

1,243

P o sitio n established b y P u b lic
L a w 80-313: E x e cu tiv e lev el,
*36,000............................................
Q S -1 7.................................................
G S -1 6.................................................
Q S -1 5.................................................
G S -1 4.................................................
O S -1 3.................................................
G S -1 2.................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
U n gra d e d .........................................

1
4
6
22
33
33
38
44
34
4
39
19
28
16
6
2
2

T o ta l p erm anent p o s itio n s .
U n fille d positions, June 30.........

333
—78

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r _______

225

1974
est.

1975
e st.

1
4
6
24
33
38
42
48
36
4
40
27
30
16
6
2
2
361

401
-3

of

P erm anent

P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
th e
S a in t L a w r e n c e S e a w a y D evelop­
C o r p o r a t io n
1973
a ctu a l

1974
est.

1975
est.

U R B A N M A SS T R A N S P O R T A T IO N

Urban

M ass

T r a n s p o r t a t io n
1973
a ctu al

E x ecu tiv e level I I I .
E x ecu tiv e level V . _

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F und

1974

est.

1975
est.

6
14
6
3
4
2
92

6
14
6
3
4
2
92

6
14
6
3
4
2
92

T o t a l perm anent p o s itio n s.
U n fille d position s, J u n e 30____

193
-1 3

193
-1 2

193
-2

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year.............

180

181

191

N A T IO N A L T R A N S P O R T A T IO N
SA F E T Y BOARD
S a l a r ie s

S ch edule

.....
.....
.....

E x e cu tiv e level I V ..............
G S -1 7......................................
G S -1 6......................................
G S -1 5 ...................................... .........
G S -1 4 ...................................... .........
G S -1 3 ...................................... .........
G S -1 2 ...................................... .........
G S -1 1...................................... .........
G S -1 0 ......................................
G S -9 ........................................ .........
G S -8 ........................................ .........

.....

1
1
1
4
4
9
18
8
1
15
4

1975
est.

and

E xpen ses

361

S A IN T L A W R E N C E S E A W A Y D E V E L ­
O P M E N T C O R PO R ATIO N
C o n s o l id a t e d

1974
est.

G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
U n g ra d e d .........................................

1973
a ctu al

m ent

A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

1973
actu al

1
1
1
4
4
9
18
8
1
15
4

1
1
1
4
4
9
18
8
1
15
4

E x e cu tiv e le v e l I I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e le v e l XV........................
G S -1 8 .................................................
G S -1 7.......................................
G S -1 6 ...........................................
G S -1 5 ...........................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 ...............................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 ...............................................
G S -1 0 .............................................
G S -9 ...............................................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................

1
4
2
4
9
34
46
73
15
15
4
7
4
13
31
18
9

1
4
2
4
9
34
46
74
15
15
4
7
4
13
31
19
9

T o t a l p e rm an en t p o s itio n s .
U n fille d position s, J u n e 30 ____

289
-2 0

291
-2 6

301
-2 6

T o t a l p erm an en t e m p loy*
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ................

269

265

275

-

1
4
2
4
11
34
46
75
15
16
4
9
4
15
33
20
9

1975

B U R E A U O F AC C O U N T S
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e O f f ic e of t h e S e c r e t a r y
1973
actual

1974
est.

S a l a r ie s

1975
est.

1
1
2
9
1
14
16
18
62
55
51
36
31
12
65
31
84
75
50
27
10
16
180

1
1
2
9
1
14
16
18
68
70
62
51
55
12
90
33
111
84
68
31
10
16
194

1
1
2
9
1
14
16
18
75
87
82
69
64
14
93
33
115
88
75
38
10
16
194

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

847
-7 0

1,017
-9 5

1,115
-9 5

777

922

1,020

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30......

1974
est.
1
1

1
1
23
32
40
57
75
10
82
38
117
118
177
301
393
81
48

48

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30. .

1,457
-2 4

1,594
-1 2

1,712
-1 5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1,433

1,582

1, 697

1
1

2

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s , F
E n fo r c e m e n t T r a in in g

2

L aw

C enter
1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-17.......................................—
GS-16............................. — .........
G S -1 5 ..........................................
G S -1 4 .........................................
GS-13....................................
GS-12.............................. ...........
GS-11..................... ................
G S-9.......................... ...................
G S-8................. ..................... .
G S -7 .............................. - ..........
G S -6 .............. .................... .........
G S-5.................... .............. ..........
G S-4_________ _______________

1
1
2
8
25
7
3
4
3
3
4
10
9

1
1
4
7
29
5
5
4
4
4
5
15
3

1
1
4
8
29
6
3
6
4
7
5
14
3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

80
-4

87
-4

91
-1

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E

xpenses

1973
actual

1
1

2

ederal

1973
actual

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year............

_

1
1
23
32
40
57
75
10
82
38
126
118
286
301
393
81

B U R E A U O F A L C O H O L , TO B A C C O A N D
FIR E A R M S

1975
est.

2
2
2
............................................

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year_______

1975
est.

p p r o p r ia t io n s

1973
actual
G S -9 ............................................
GS-5............. ............................

1974
est.

1
1
23
28
38
44
63
7
84
37
112
93
183
275
333
83
3
49

an d

76

83

90

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-17..................................... .
GS-16...........................................
GS-15......................................... .
GS-14............................................
GS-13— .......................... ..........
GS-12...........................................
G S -11....................... ..................GS-9................................. ............
GS-8........- ................... ................
G S-7............... - ............................
G S-6............................................
GS-5........... ...............................
G S -4 ...........................................
G S-3..............................................
GS-2.............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
9
53
101
223
690
1,036
800
11
344
134
347
356
82
4
2

1
9
53
101
220
671
1,154
669
11
266
134
291
360
82
6
2

1
9
53
101
219
715
1,418
445
11
227
135
344
370
82
6
2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

4,193
-4 4 2

4,030
-3 5 8

4,138
-3 5 8

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year ..........

3,751

3, 672

3,780

CUSTOM S SE R V IC E
S a l a r ie s

and

E

xpenses

1973
actual
Direct program:
Executive level V .
GS-18............. .........
G S -1 7 ....................

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

xpenses

GS-18............... .............................
G S -1 6 ........................................
GS-15...... .............. ............... .......
G S -1 4 .................... ....................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 .............. ........... ........... .
GS-11............................................
GS-10...................... .....................
GS-9..............................................
G S - 8 - ..........................................
GS-7............. ................................
GS-6................................... ..........
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3.............................................
G S - 2 ............................................
G S -1 ............................................
Ungraded.....................................

S a l a r ie s
M is c e l l a n e o u s P e r m a n e n t A

E

1973
actual

Executive level I .......................
Executive level I I ............. .........
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V ...................
Executive level V ...................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................. ... ..........
GS-15...........................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10......... ..................................
GS-9.............................................
G S -8.............................................
G S-7..............................................
GS-6 ..........................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3— ........................................
GS-2........................ ....................
Ungraded.....................................

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

an d

1
3
8

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
3
8

Direct program— Continued
GS-16........................................
GS-15................................. .
GS-14.........................................
GS-13.........................................
GS-12...................................... .
GS-11........................................
GS-10..................................... .
GS-9................. ........................
G S - 8 ................ .......................
G S-7............. ............................
G S-6...... ....................................
G S-5.........................- ..............
G S-4____ _______ ___________
G S -3 .-.......................................
G S - 2 - ..................................—
G S - 1 ... ............................... ..
U ngraded.................................
Reimbursable program:
GS-15............. ..........................
GS-14............... — ....................
GS-13_________ _____________
GS-12................................. .......
GS-11........... ..................... .
GS-10.........................................
GS-9............... ...........................
G S-8— ............................... . . .
G S-7..........................................
G S-6...................... ....................
GS-5............. ......................... .
GS-4................. - .......................

13
158
361
721
1,278
1,578
96
3,252
75
1,254
526
1,264
686
449
36
5
609

13
166
384
724
1,763
1,455
99
3,096
75
1,350
526
1,407
698
443
35
5
686

13
167
401
730
2,179
1,319
99
3,002
75
1,535
525
1,272
900
443
35
5
726

1
3
30
17
59
1
856
2
677
191
185
18

1
4
29
34
44
1
673
2
332
192
109
18

4
29
8
19
1
333
16
116
242
179
18

Grades established b y the
Administrator, Agency
for International Devel­
opment (75 Stat. 450):
FC-13, $32,680 to $36,000....
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000....
FC-11, $24,122 t o $31,820....
FC-10, $20,677 to $26,878....
FC -9, $17,559 to $22,744.......
F C -8, $14,787 to $19,039.......
Ungraded..................................

1
2
6
9
9
4
23

1
2
6
9
9
4
23

1
2
6
9
9
4
23

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30...

14,467
-1 ,5 5 8

14,430
-1 ,0 1 0

14,457
-546

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

12,909

13,420

13,911

M

is c e l l a n e o u s

P erm anent A
1973
actual

GS-15............................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
OS-0..............................................
GS-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S - 5 ... ........................................
G S - 4 ............................................
G S -3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
Ungraded.....................................
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

1
3
8

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

ccou nts

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

1

4

4

48
39
3
107
3
49
15
62
24

12

44
41
3
105
3
53
15
53
23
12

20

20

20

381
-3 7

387
-2 0

397
-2 0

8
11

101
3
51
15
47
29

2

2

8

12

2

1975

1973
actual

B U R E A U O F E N G R A V IN G
A N D P R IN T IN G
B

ureau

of

E

n g r a v in g

and

P r in t in g F

1973
actual

und

1975
est.

1974
est.

GS-18____ __________ _________
GS-17________________________
GS-15...................... .....................
GS-14________________________
GS-13............................ ...............
GS-12..........................................
GS-11_______ _______— ..........
GS-10...........................................
G S-9____________ _____________
G S -8 ._______ _________________
G S - 7 - ..................................... —
GS-6................. ........................ .
G S-5_______ __________________
G S-4____ _____________________
G S-3.........................................
GS-2_______ ____ — ................
GS-1_________________________
U n g ra d ed ....................................

1
1
10
18
30
31
43
3
41
11
64
41
204
116
59
23
15
2,863

1
1
10
18
33
34
57
3
46
11
76
45
233
119
80
16
15
2,769

1
1
10
18
35
37
65
3
59
11
85
46
244
123
87
16
15
2,657

T otal permanent positions.
Unfllled positions, June 30

3,574
-2 0 0

3,567
-1 6 0

3,513
-1 5 0

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year___ .

3,374

3,407

3,363

Sa l a r ie s

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18___________ ________ _
GS-17________________________
GS-16___________ _____ _______
GS-15............................... ...........
GS-14........ ...................................
GS-13________________________
GS-12....................................... .
GS-11________________________
GS-10___________ ____________
G S-9..............................................
GS-8_............. .............................
G S -7 ......................... ........... .
G S-6................................. ............
GS-5_................................... .........
G S -4 ................ .............. ..............
G S - 3 - ______ ________________
G S-2............... .............................
Ungraded...................................

1
1
1
14
29
33
51
61
6
58
14
86
55
233
127
137
13
1,751

1
1
1
14
29
33
55
63
6
60
14
90
58
233
135
140
10
2,036

1
1
1
17
35
40
60
63
6
65
14
95
60
235
203
204
10
2,328

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

2,671
-2 3 9

2,979
-1 7 3

3,438
-2 2 7

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

2,432

2,806

3,211

B U R E A U O F T H E P U B L IC D E B T
A

d m in is t e r in g

th e

P u b l ic D
1973
actual

GS-18........................ ...................
G S -1 7 -.......................... ..............
GS-16..................... ............. .......
GS-15____ ____________________

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2
2
27

ebt

1974
est.

1975
est.
2
2
2
27

2
2
2
27

1975
est.

G S -1 4 -............................... .........
GS-13______ ______ _____ _____
GS-12____________ ______ ____
GS-11............................. ..............
GS-10............................................
GS-9_____________ _______ —
G S-8......................... - ................
G S - 7 - . . ......................................
G S-6............................................
G S-5____ _______________ _____
G S-4................. ............................
G S-3............. ................................
G S-2_________________________
GS-1_.................... ................
Ungraded.....................................

53
78
125
105
10
121
24
185
170
345
420
509
285
8
93

53
77
134
100
12
118
28
192
177
348
405
497
279
8
93

54
83
132
111
12
123
29
186
186
342
389
515
289
8
94

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

2,564
-1 50

2,554
-228

2,585
-2 28

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

2,414

2,326

2,357

IN T E R N A L R E V E N U E SE R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
I n t e r n a l R e v e n u e S e r v ic e
1973
actual

B U R E A U O F T H E M IN T

1974
est.

Direct program:
Executive level III ...............
1
Executive level V ....................
2
GS-18........................................
16
GS-17______ ______ _________
43
G S - 1 6 . - ............... ...................
135
GS-15............. ............... ...........
710
GS-14........................ ...............
2,223
6,641
GS-13_________ ____ ________
GS-12.......................................
8,102
GS-11_____ ________________
8,427
GS-10______ ____ _________
220
G S-9.........................................
6,295
664
G S-8_________ ______________
G S-7...................... ....................
6,950
G S -6_____ __________________
4,879
G S-5........ .................... ............
7,679
GS-4.........................................
8,994
G S -3...................................... 4,696
G S -2................. ..................... 597
G S -1______ ____ ____________
107
Ungraded................................
297
Reimbursable program:
GS-15........................................
1
GS-14........................................
6
GS-13— ............... ...................
11
GS-12_____ _________________
11
GS-11................. .............. .........
19
G S -1 0.______ _______________
1
G S -9...........................................
6
85
G S -7— _____ ______________
G S -6__________ ____ ________
124
G S-5____ ____ ______________
G S -4................................... .
121
15
G S-3___________ __________
G S-1_____ ________ _________
1
Grades established b y the
Administrator, Agency
for International D evel­
opm ent (75 Stat. 450):
FC -14, $36,000....................
1
FC-13, $32,680 to $36,000...
1
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000...
15
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,800. . _____'

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
2
16
46
136
648
2,171
6,627
8,537
7,617
231
6,449
678
8,067
5,345
9,051
9,985
3,771
411
71
288

1
2
16
46
136
648
2,237
7,921
9,292
7,148
250
6,949
706
9,598
5,496
10,058
11,278
2,970
376
71
288

1
5
9
15
12
7
23
31
22
64
54
41
1

1
3
4
13
12
7
23
30
22
58
52
41
1

1
1
15
4

1
1
15
7

O FFIC E O F T H E T R E A S U R E R
Sa l a r ie s

an d

E

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18______ _______________
GS-17................. .....................
GS-16............................
GS-15........ ........... .................
GS-14.......................................
GS-13— ................................
GS-12.................................
G S -1 1 .......................................
G S -10................ ...............
G S-9...........................................
G S -8 ................. ...............
GS-7............. ...........................
GS-6...................................
GS-5____ ______ ________
G S -4 ..........................................
G S-3.....................— ..................
G S-2_________ ______ _________
G S-1............. ................................

1
1
1
7
13
21
28
49
12
110
28
100
78
231
205
139
72
21
42

1
1
1
7
13
21
35
48
12
109
29
89
82
220
189
164
101
16
43

1
1
1
7
13
21
35
48
12
111
29
97
83
270
198
187
95
16
43

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,159
-1 5 6

1,181
-1 2 4

1,268
-1 2 3

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f y e a r ...........

1,003

1,057

1,145

U N IT E D S T A T E S S E C R E T SE R V IC E
Sa l a r ie s

and

E

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I V .....................
Executive level V .......................
GS-17____ ____ ______________
GS-16...... ................................ .
G S -1 5 ..._______ ______________
GS-14...........................................
GS-13___ ____ _____________
GS-12...........................................
GS-11________ ______ _____ _
G S -1 0 ...____ _________ _______
G S-9_____ ________ __________
GS-S— ............................. ..........
G S-7__________ _____ _____ _
GS-6............................. .......... .
G S -5 .............. ........................
G S-4............................................ .
G S-3____ _______ ____________
G S -2 -...................................... .
Grades established b y Salary
A ct of 1972. Public Law 92410 (D .C . Code, Section 4823):
Class 10, $30,000 to $34,000 ..
Class 9, $25,300 to $30,445___
Class 8, $21,560 to $24,800___
Class 7, $18,600 to $21,390___
Class 5, $15,700 to $18,840___
Class 4, $13,580 to $16,980___
Class 1, private technician,
$10,680 to $15.080__________
Class 1, private, $10,000 to
$14,400.................................
Ungraded:
Wage system
....................
Foreign local rate....................

1
1
3
7
82
130
248
246
288
21
267
72
274
90
194
68
52
13

1
1
3
7
82
131
271
474
252
21
184
72
188
90
147
68
52
13

1
1
3
7
82
131
274
673
171
21
108
77
171
90
162
71
52
13

1
2
7
13
32
122

1
2
7
13
32
122

1
2
7
13
36
135

90

90

90

547

547

710

6
1

6
1

6
1

T otal permanent posi­
tions............................
Unfilled positions, June 30____

68,103
-4,174

70,457
-1 ,2 4 0

75,778
-1 ,2 9 3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 .. -

2,878
-8 3

2,878
-5 9

3,109
-9

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year............

63,929

69,217

74,485

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

2,795

2,819

3,100

1975

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e A t o m ic E n e r g y C o m m is s io n
1973
actual
Positions established b y the
A tom ic Energy A ct of 1954,
as amended: Statutory level,
$36,000 to $42,500......... .......... !
Grades established b y the
A tom ic Energy Commis­
sion: Comparable to GS
grades:
GG -18_____________________
GG -17......................................
G G -16_______ ____ _______ _
G G -15. ____________________
GG -14.......................................
G G -1 3 ..- ........................
GG -12______________ ______
GG -11_________ ___________
GG -10_____ ________________
G G -9 _______________ ______
G G -8 ___ _____ _____________
G G -7 ______________________
G G -6 ........ ...............................
G G -5 ___________ ___________
G G -4 ........ ................................
G G -3 ........ ...............................
G G -2 ______________________
G G -1 ............ ..................... .
Ungraded:
Positions for scientific and
technical personnel estab­
lished under section 161d,
A tom ic Energy A ct of 1954,
as amended.........................
Positions at hourly rates___

1974
est.

1975
est.

29

29

29

44
97
238
780
945
857
535
329
28
436
154
576
635
797
303
150
33
13

50
99
251
830
988
888
548
338
28
458
157
559
832
619
319
160
42
10

50
99
251
872
1,052
933
568
350
28
498
167
657
879
653
332
169
43
10

80
106

79
105

79
105

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

7,165
-1 2

7,429
-1 0

7,824

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........

7,153

7,419

7,824

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C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
op
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e E n v ir o n m e n t a l P r o t e c t io n A g e n c y
1973
actual
Executive level II ...................
Executive level I I I ...................
Executive level I V ..................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
G S -1 6 - .......................................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14— ............... ....................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10........ — ..............................
GS-9.............................................
GS-8........... ............................... .
GS-7..............................................
GS-6........... .................................
GS-5..............................................
GS-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1........... .......... .......................
Ungraded .................................
Grades established b y act of
July 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207):
Assistant surgeon general,
grade, $20,520 to $29,912_.__
Director grade, $15,214 to
$26,276.................... ...............
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442....................................
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502............. .................
Assistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506....................................

1
1
5
7
30
82
422
737
1,038
1,084
813
39
815
130
791
530
867
594
192
49
22
239

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
5
7
30
82
446
773
1,094
1,133
861
39
837
147
818
567
914
631
197
49
22
239

1
1
5
7
30
82
446
773
1,094
1,133
861
39
837
147
818
567
914
631
197
49
22
239

1

1

1

85

85

85

100
86

100
86

100
86

76

76

76

22

22

22

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

8,858
-5 88

9,263
-6 0

9,263
-6 0

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

8,270

9,203

9,203

1975

F ederal B

R E A L P R O P E R T Y A C T IV IT IE S
P

u b l ic

B

u il d in g s

E

S e r v ic e ,

O p e r a t in g

1974
est.

Executive level V ......................
GS-18_____________ ________
GS-17................................... .
GS-16___________________ _____
GS-15___________ ____ ________
GS-14......... .................................
GS-13______ _______ __________
GS-12...................... .....................
GS-11............... ..................... .
GS-9........................ .....................
GS-8............... ................... ..........
G S-7__________________ _______
G S-6.........................................
GS-5.............................................
G S-4_______ _______ __________
G S -3__________ ____ — ..........
G S-2........... ...............................
GS-1........... ............ ....................

1
1
3
2
32
42
74
100
95
53
7
44
25
91
57
24
3
1

1
1
3
2
32
42
74
100
95
53
7
44
25
91
57
24
3
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

655

655

B u il d in g s M

655

anagem ent

1973
actual
GS-17________________________
1
OS-16________________________
1
GS-15________________________
13
GS-14-------------------------- ---------58
GS-13-------- ------- --------------------149
GS-12.. -------- ------------------------257
GS-11------------------------------------362
GS-10-------- ------- --------------------17
GS-9-------------------------------------295
GS-8-------------------- -----------------25
GS-7............................... ..............
407
GS-6-------------------------- -----------231
GS-5--------------------------------------2,955
G S^,-------------------------------------1 925
GS-3-------------------------------------421
GS-2-------------------------------------16
GS-1__________________ ___________ .
U ngraded------------------------------14,532
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____
Total permanent employ­
ment, end of year....... ...

und

1974
est.

18,965

u b l ic

1973
actual

est.

Total permanent positions........... ............. .......
Unfilled positions, June 30___ _____ _______ _
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1
2
61
150
284
242
3
61
5
65
58

110

35
59
155
277
240
3
63
5
67
56
108
90
31
9

1,201
-4 5

1,201

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year..........

1,156

1.156

-4 5

............................

1
1
5
5
78
153
358
595
657
20
401
37
483
290
2,255
1,327
412
28
3
13,239
1
1
13
33
65
95
79
23
1
36
49
649
455
72
4
1,861

1974
est.

Grades established b y section
625d o f the Foreign Assist­
ance A ct o f 1961, as amended
(22 U .S.C . 2385):
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000........
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820____
Ungraded..................................

1
1
449

______
431

454

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

5,294
-3 47

5,360
-2 8 0

6,280
-3 37

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

4,947

5,080

5,943

G en eral Su pply F

1975
est.

und

1973
actual

1974
est.

2
12
28
51
79
10
44
1
54
25
119
80
39
3

GS-15____ ___________________
GS-14.................................. .........
GS-13_____ ________ __________
GS-12__________ ______________
GS-11___________ ____ ________
GS-10_________ ______ ________
GS-9................... ........................
G S-8_____ ________ __________
GS-7________ _________________
GS-6........... ..................................
G S - 5 ................................. .........
G S - 4 - ............................ - .......... G S-3______________ _________G S - 2 ..._____ _________________
G S -1____ _________ ___________
Ungraded..................................

2
12
25
44
79
7
44
1
37
28
109
70
56
12
1
682

742

772

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,209
-5 4

1,269
-9 4

1,319
-8 9

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r..........

1,155

1,175

1,230

23,785
—2,312

2
12
28
49
76
8
43
1
53
25
114
77
36
3

1975
est.

21,473

R E C O R D S A C T IV IT IE S
P E R S O N A L P R O P E R T Y A C T IV IT IE S
F

ederal

1975
est.

a t io n a l

A r c h i v e s a n d R e c o r d s S e r v ic e ,
O p e r a t in g E x p e n s e s

S u p p l y S e r v ic e , O p e r a t in g
E xpenses
1973
actual

u il d in g s

1974
est.

1975
est.

1973
actual

N

19,086

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

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l
l
12
57
147
262
363
17
297
25
384
236
2,665
1,607
421
18
2
14,532

B

1974
est.

Direct program:
Executive level V .................... ............................
GS-18_________ ____________
_________ _____
GS-17........... ............ ............ ...............................
GS-16........... .............. ................... .......... ...........
G S -1 5 .................................... ...........................
GS-14........... .......... ..........................— . ...........
GS-13______ _______________
- .................... —
GS-12_________ _________ ___________
______
GS-11............................................................. .........
GS-10............................................. - .........................
GS-9— . _____ _____________
_____________
GS-8................................................. ........ ...........
GS-7........... ...........................- ...............
- ........
GS-6.................... ....................................................
GS-5_____________ _______ ______________ ____
GS-4_______________________ ______ ______
G S-3_____ ____________ ____ ______ ______
GS-2...... .......... ...................................... . ............
GS-1.................... .................... ............ ............
Ungraded...... ......................................................... .
Reimbursable program:
GS-17............... .......................................................
GS-16.................... ................... ..........- ______
GS-15.......................................................................
GS-14_________ ____________
_____
____
GS-13......................................................... ...........
GS-12.................. .................................................. .
GS-11............................... .........................................
G S - 9 ................ ............. ........ ............ - ..........
G S-8..........- ..............................................................
GS-7____ __________________
______ ______
GS-6...... ................................... ............ ............
G S-5________ ______________
_______________
G S - 4 - ...................................... - ...................—
G S-3........... ..........................
............ ............
GS-2______________ _____ _______ _________ _
Ungraded__________________ ______ ______

21,655 21,047
—2,690 —1,961

S e r v ic e s , P

GS-17..
GS-16..
GS-15..
GS-14..
GS-13..
GS-12..
GS-11..
GS-10..
GS-9—.
G S -8 ..
G S -7 ...
G S -6 ...
G S -5 ...
G S -4 ...
G S -3 ...
G S -2 ...

est.

655

F

und

1975

---------------

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

F

1973
actual

xpenses

1973
actual

C o n s t r u c t io n

u il d in g s

Direct program:
Executive level V ............ ___
G S -1 8 ..._____ _________ ___
GS-17____ _____________
GS-16___________ ______
GS-15................................
GS-14__________________
G S -1 3 ..._____ _________ ___
GS-12.................... ............
GS-11...............— ..........
G S -1 0 ..............................
GS-9— _____ __________
GS-8___________________
GS-7...................................
GS-6........................ .........
GS-5____ ______________
GS-4...................................
G S-3___________________ ___
GS-2...................................
GS-1..................................
Ungraded..........................
Reimbursable program:
GS-14________ _________
GS-13.................................
GS-12__________________
GS-11........... .....................
G S - 9 ................................
G S-8___________________
G S -7 ..........— ...........
G S-6...................................
G S-5__________ ____ —
G S-4..................................
G S-3_____________ ____ _
G S - 2 - .................... ..........
G S-1............... ...................

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1
1
3
4
70
162
270
313
496
5
434
27
412
139
563
363
220
48
2
1,000

1
1
3
5
71
167
278
325
512
5
427
28
492
146
549
356
231
47
1
985

1
1
4
7
87
199
350
433
617
5
535
28
579
168
678
449
271
55
1
1,052

1
3
11
17
22
2
24
16
83
64
34
30
3

1
5
11
13
18
2
22
15
81
64
34
30
3

1
5
12
15
19
2
22
15
81
65
36
30
3

Direct program:
GS-17_______ _______________
G S - 1 6 ...._____ _____________
G S -1 5 -..._____ ____________
G S -14....................... ................
GS-13_____ _________________
GS-12_______ _______________
GS-11______________________
GS-10______ ____ ___________
G S-9...... ............ ............. —
GS-8.............
— ........ .........
GS-7______ _______________ G S - 6 - .._____ _______________
G S-5..........- ................- ..........
G S -4 ............... ............ ............
G S -3 _______________________
GS-2....................................... G S - 1 - ............. ........................
Reimbursable program:
GS-15........— .......... . ..........
GS-14........... ............................
GS-13........... .......... .................
GS-12...................... — ..........
G S -1 1 .............— ...................
G S-9____ _____ ____________
G S-7_______ _____ _________
G S-6............. .................... —
G S -5 ............................. ..........
GS-4______________ _______ G S-3...................................... G S-2....................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
3
7
33
59
87
111
135
2
154
33
187
109
402
334
258
137
31
126

1
4
7
35
67
91
114
137
2
167
36
192
129
415
366
254
145
25
130

1
4
7
34
66
89
117
143
2
169
36
193
137
393
387
283
141
25
115

1
2
16
7
5
2
3

1
3
20
11
8
1
3
1
7
12
4
2

1
3
20
7
8
1
3
1
7
12
4
2

5
17
4

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 ___

---------2,271
-2 1 3

2,390
-7 2

2,411
-1 3 3

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ...........

2,058

2,318

2,278

1975

R E C O R D S A C T I V I T I E S — C o n t in u e d
N a t io n a l

A r c h iv e s

T rust
1973
a c tu a l

A u t o m a t ic D a t a P r o c e s s in g F u n d

O f f ic e

F und
1974
est.

1973
a ctu al

5
7
1
6
4
16
10
31
44
39
23
5
5

2
1
6
5

1
1
6
5

6
5
14
9
28
43
37
24
5
5

6
5
15
9
28
43
37
24
5
5

T o ta l perm anent positio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

198
-2 7

190
-1 5

190
-1 5

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r ............

171

175

175

AUTOM ATED

DATA AND

TELECOM ­

M U N IC A T IO N S A C T IV IT IE S

E xpen ses

1973
a c tu a l

1974
est.
1
1
3
5
28
45
57
19
13
1
9
8
23
17
25
10
4
3

1
1
3
5
28
45
56
19
13
1
8
8
23
17
24
10
4
3

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30____

272
-3 0

272
-6

269
-3

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y e a r ..............

242

266

266

1973
a c tu a l

6
21
50
74
91
101
1
106
31
152
45
63
6
2

6
21
50
74
91
101
1
106
31
152
45
63
6
2

T o ta l perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30____

874
-3 1

749
-2 7

749
-2 7

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, e n d o f year ...........

843

722

722

PROPERTY M ANAGEM ENT AND

P roperty

M anagem ent

and

D is p o s a l

E xpen ses

1973
a ctu al

1974
e st.

D ir e c t program :
E x e cu tiv e level I I I .................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ....................
E x e cu tiv e level V ....................
G S -1 8 ...................... ......................
G S -1 7 ............................ ...............
G S -1 6 ______________ _________
G S -1 5 ...................... ......................
G S -1 4 .____ __________________
G S -1 3 ____ ________ __________
G S -1 2........................ ...................
G S -1 1 ________________________
G S -1 0 ____________ ______ _____
G S -9 .................... ..........................
G S - 8 .. ................ ..........................
G S - 7 - . ...........................................
G S -6 ___________ ________ _____
G S -5 .................................... ..........
G S -1 .................................... ..........
G S -3 ............ ..................................
G S -2 ...............................................
U n gra d e d .....................................
R eim bu rsable program :
G S -1 5 ...........................................
G S -1 3 .............................. ..............
G S -1 1 .............................................
G S -7 .................................... ..........
G S -6 ___________ ______ _______

1974
est.

1
1
2
4
6
6
37
21
19
10
9
3
19
10
26
11
7
7
2

1975
est.

1
4
4
5
33
26
10
6
8
1
14
10
22
5
10
8
3

1
5
5
6
38
30
24
10
10
1
15
13
31
11
21
13
3
4

2
1
1
2
1

1

1

2
1

2
1

T o t a l p erm anent p o s itio n s .
U n filled positions, June 30_____

213
-5 8

174
-1 9

245
-1 7

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y e a r ..............

155

155

228

5

1975
est.

1
3
4
36
66
120
156
110
109
8
86
55
169
131
70
24
2
135

1
3
4
36
69
119
157
124
104
7
102
57
171
140
53
21
146

T o ta l perm anent p o sitio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30

1,285
-1 8 5

1,314
-1 5 2

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r _______

1,100

1,162

O f f ic e

of

A d m in is t r a t o r , S a l a r ie s

2
2
5
4
4
5
6
11
8
.............

50
-5 0

1975
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d
W o r k in g
F und,
P roperty
M anagem ent
and
D is p o s a l
S e r v ic e

AND

E xpen ses

1
2

1973
a ctu a l
E x e cu tiv e level I I I .........................
E x e cu tiv e level I V ..........................
E x e cu tiv e level V ............................
G S -1 8 ...................................................
G S -1 7 ..................................................
G S -1 6 ..................................................
G S -1 5 .................................. ................
G S -1 4.................. ...............................
G S -1 3 — ...........................................
G S-12
.
. .
G S -1 1..................................................
G S -1 0 .............................. ...................
G S -9 ................................ ...................
G S -8 .....................................................
G S -7 .................... ................................
G S -6 ...................................... ..............
G S -5 _____________________ _______
G S -4

1
1
2
1
6
7
4
2
1
4
6
2
7
6
3

T o ta l perm anent position s.

55
-3

F und

1974
est.

and

G E N E R A L A C T IV IT IE S
G S - 1 8 .. . ..................... ............. ..
G S - 1 7 . . . . ........................ ................
G S -1 6 ........................................... ..
G S -1 5................................ ...............
G S - 1 4 .. . .................... ......................
G S -1 3 ............................ ...................
G S - 1 2 . . . . ................ ................... ..
G S -1 1 ............................................. ..
G S -9 ........ ......................... ................
G S -8 ............................ ................. ..
G S -7 .................... ............... .............
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ............................................ .
G S -4 ____________ _________ _____
G S -3 _______________ ______ _____
G S -2 ................................................ ..
G S -1 ________ ______ _____________

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year.................

1
1

52

1974
est.

1975
est.

l
l
2
2
6
11
15
11
6
6
9
5
10
9
9
1
1

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

105 _

105

A c t iv it ie s

G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 __________________________
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S - 1 1 .................................... ..........
G S -1 0 ___________ _______ ______ _
G S -9 ...................................... ............
G S -8 ________________ ___________
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 __________ _________________
G S -5 _______ ___________ _____ _
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ____________ _______________
G S -1 ____________________________
U n g ra d ed .........................................

2
5
34
35
64
1
59
4
126
59
238
569
355
42
4
6

3
18
40
38
65
2
73
4
133
71
239
633
389
42
4
6

3
18
40
38
65
2
73
4
133
71
239
633
389
42
4
6

G S -1 2__________________________
G S -1 1__________________________
G S -9 ___________________________
G S -7 ___________________________
G S -6 .................................... ..............
G S -5 ______________________ _____
G S -4 ______________ _____ _______
G S -3 __________ _________________
U n g ra d e d _____ ________________

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 3 0 ____

1,603
-6 5

1,760
-7 2

1,760
-7 2

T o ta l perm anent p o s itio n s .
U n filled positions, June 30____

144
—11

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

1,538

1,688

1,688

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, end o f y e a r _______

133

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1973
actu al

1
10
27
82
140
122
98
2
90
38
139
51
65
7
2

1975
est.

1
1
3
6
31
58
45
15
12
1
10
6
22
19
25
10
4
3

T e l e c o m m u n ic a t io n s

P r e p a r e d n e s s, S a l a r ie s
E xpen ses

G S-16................................ ...............
G S-15...............................................
G S -1 4 ........................................... ..
G S -1 3 ................ ..............................
G S - 1 2 . . . . ...................... .................
G S -1 1 ...................................... ..
G S -9 ____ _____ ________________
G S -8 ...................... ......................... ..
G S - 7 . . . .................................... —
G S - 6 . . . .................. ................... ..
G S -5 ........ .........................................
G S - 4 . . . . ............................. ............
G S -3 .................. ................. .............
G S -2 .......................................... .. . .
U ngraded ........................................

S e r v ic e , O p e r a t i n g

E x ecu tive level V ..........................
G S -1 8............................................ ..
G S - 1 7 „ ._ ................................ ..
G S -1 6.................................... ............
G S -1 5............................ ........... ..
G S -1 4.................................... ............
G S -1 3................................ ........... ..
G S -1 2................................... ............
G S -1 1.................................................
G S -1 0....................................... ..
G S -9 ........................................ ..........
G S -8 — ........................................ ..
G S -7 ________ _________ _________
G S -6 .............................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ................................ .................
G S - 2 . . . . ..........................................

F ederal

of

1975
est.

D IS P O S A L A C T IV IT IE S

A u t o m a t e d D a t a a n d T e l e c o m m u n ic a t io n s
S e r v ic e , O p e r a t i n g

1974
est.

1975
e st.

G S -1 4 _____________________ _____
G S -1 3 ____________________ ______
G S -1 2.................................................
G S -1 1 ...................................... ..........
G S -1 0 _________________ ______
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ................................................ ..
G S -7 ___________________________
G S -6 ..................................... ............
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ........................................ ..........
G S - 3 . . . . ...............- ....................... G S -2 ___________________________
G S -1 .................................................
U n g ra d e d .......................................

2

P R E P A R E D N E S S A C T IV IT IE S

C onsum er
1973
a c tu a l
2
16
9
9
1
10
9
9
79

1974
est.
2
16
9
9
1
10
9
9
79

I n f o r m a t io n

1975
e st.

C enter

1973
actu a l

1974
e s t.

1975
est.

G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .............................................
G S -1 3 .................................. ..............
G S -1 2 .................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S - 7 ..............................................
G S -6 ...................................................

2
1
4
2
4
1
3
1

2
1
4
2
4
1
3
1

2
1
4
2
4
1
3
1

144
—121

T o ta l perm anent p o sitio n s.
U n filled positions, June 30

18
—3

18
.............

18
----------

23

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, e n d o f y e a r . . .

15

18

18

1975

I n d ia n T

r ib a l

C l a im

1973
actual
GS-15
......................................
GS-14
.................................
GS-13
............................
GS-12...... ............ ........................
GS-11
.................................
G S-9............................................
GS-7
...............
GS-6
............. - ..................
GS-5
............. - .......... .......

2
8
19
24
11
30
15
6
8
12

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

135
—60

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

G eneral M

1973
actual

s

1974
est.
2
8
19
24
11
30
15
6
8
12

and

gency

1974
est.

Executive level I I I ..................... . ..........................
Executive level I V ................................. __ ______
Executive level V ....................... ............................
GS-18..................................................................... 1
G S -17...........................................................................
GS-16.......................................................—
............
G S -1 5 ............... .........................................................
GS-14............................................................................
G S -1 3 ...-............................................................... .
GS-12................................................................... .........
GS-11............................................................................
GS-10............................................................ ............
GS-9..............................................................................
G S - 8 ...- .......................................................................
GS-7..................................................... .................... G S-6..................................................................... .........
G S -5............................................................. - ..........
GS-4.............................................................................
GS-3............................................................................
G S-2............................................................ . ...........

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12
713
—1

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year....... .....................

............

712

ederal

M a n a g e m e n t P o l ic y , Sa l a r ie s
an d E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level V ................................ ....... ...........
GS-18...... ................................... - ...................
GS-17.................................... ............. ......... . .
GS-16........... .........................
..................
GS-15___________ ____________
______ GS-14__________________ __________ _
..
G S -1 3 .............. .......... ......................................
GS-12________________ ____________________
_________ _
G S -U ______ _________________
GS-10............... ..................................... .
GS-9...................................... ............ .......... . .
G S -8 .______ _______ _________
______ ..
GS-7.........................................
............ . .
GS-6........... - _______ ________
______ ..
GS-5__________ _______ ______ ______

O p e r a t io n s
1973
actual

...........................

1975
est.
1
1
1
5
9
37
59
72
73
83
4
91
13
113
32
75
28
2
1

1973
actual

...........
______

F

135

A

1975
est.

Total permanent positions............... .
Unfilled positions, June 30____ _____ _

135
-------- ----------

75

anagem ent

Ungraded................................... .

1975
est.

1974
est.

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

..................
.................. -------

1
1
2
4
11
12
13
4
3
2
2
....... 2
4
2
1
64
-■--------

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year....................................

A

d m in is t r a t iv e

O p e r a t io n s

1973
actual
GS-18...........................................
G S -1 7.................... .....................
GS-16...........................................
G S -1 5 ................................ .........

2
6
10
94

64

F und
1974
6St.
2
6
12
116

1975
est.
2
6
10
79

G S-14................ .................
GS-13............................................
GS-12..................................
GS-11.........................................
GS-10...........................................
GS-9............. ....................
GS-8............. ........... ...................
GS-7............................................
GS-6........................... ..............
G S-5.........................................
GS-4............. .........................
GS-3............................... ..............
GS-2............................... .............
GS-1_______ _______ __________
Ungraded ...................................
Total permanent positions
Unfilled positions, June 30
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year _ . . .

W

o r k in g

1974
est.

1975
est.

131
190
180
181
4
177
25
291
140
405
211
117
23
2
19

182
237
289
285
4
213
26
349
175
438
222
68
20
24

24

2, 208
-1 03

2,668
-2 0

2, 657

2,105

2,648

C a p it a l F

143
199
249
260
4
264
25
349
164
549
243
67
20

.
2,657

und

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-15.................... ....................
GS-14............................................
GS-13........... ..............................
GS-12.....................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10.................................... .
GS-9....................................... .
GS-8............................................
G S - 7 ....................................... .
GS-6_____________ ____________
GS-5......................................... .
GS-4.................................... .........
GS-3...................... .......................
G S - 2 ..........................................
GS-1.................... .............. ...........
Ungraded.....................................

1
3
5
11
15
2
7
2
16
3
19
28
20
14
1
391

395

398

Total permanent positions .
Unfilled positions, June 30____

538
—56

540

543
-3

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year...........

482

540

540

1
3
4
11
13
1
7
2
16
3
19
31
20
14

1
3
4
11
13
1
7
2
16
3
19
31
20
14

1975

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
R

esearch

and

P rogram

M

anagem ent

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

E x ecu tiv e level I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e level I I I .......................
E x ecu tiv e level I V ........................
E x ecu tiv e le v e l V ..........................
Special u ngrad ed positions es­
tablish ed b y th e A d m in is ­
trator o f th e N ation a l A e r o ­
nau tics an d Space A d m in is ­
tra tio n , $30,000 t o $36,000....
G S -1 6........................................... ..
G S -1 5.................................................
G S -1 4 ................................... ...........
G S -1 3 ...................................... ..........
G S -1 2................................................
G S - U .................................... ............
G S -1 0 ............................................ .
G S -9 ..................................................
G S - 8 - .........— .............................
G S -7 ...................... .............. ............
G S -6 .......................................... —
G S -5 ........................ .........................
G S -4 .......................................... ....
G S -3 _ ____________ ______________
G S -2 _ ............................................ ..
G S -1 _ ..............................................
U n grad ed .........................................

1
1
1
6

1
1
1
9

1
1
1
9

379
219
1,913
3,053
5,450
3,970
2,736
374
1,719
581
1,078
805
1,514
674
359
246
49
1,722

373
188
1,875
2,996
5,150
3,669
2,317
379
1,568
516
1,064
731
1,361
570
418
234
30
1,539

371
183
1,874
2,962
5,069
3,600
2,277
372
1,541
507
1,046
718
1,337
560
411
230
30
1,536

T o t a l perm anent position s.
U n fille d positions, June 30

26,850
—895

24,990
-2 0

24,636
-2 0

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f year..........

25,955

24,970

24,616

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C o n s o l id a t e d
S ch edu le
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
TO T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF M E D IC IN E A N D
Surgery

in.............

E x ecu tive lev el
E x ecu tiv e level I V ........................
G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6................................................
G S -1 5................................................
G S -1 4................................................
G S -1 3................................................
G S -1 2 ............................................ .
G S -1 1................................................
G 8 -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ..................................................
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ..................................................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 ..................................................
G S -1 ................................................ ..
G rades established u n d e r 38
U .S .C . 4107:
A ssistant ch ief m ed ica l di­
rector, $36,000.........................
M edical director, $36,000.........
D irector, $32,800 t o $36,000...
E x ecu tiv e. $80,455 t o $36,000.
C h ief, ph ysicia n s a n d dentists
an d
service
directors.
$28,263 t o $36.000....................
D irector, nurse. $28,263 to
$36.000........................................
S enior ph y sicia n s a n d d e n ­
tists. $24,247 t o $31.519.........
A ssistant
d irector
nurse.
$24,247 to $31.519....................
In term ed iate ph ysicia n s an d
den tists, $20,677 t o $26,878..
C h ie f nurse. $20,677 t o $26,878
F u ll p h ysicia n s a n d dentists.
$17,497 to $22,744....................
Senior nurse. $17,497 t o $22,744
A ssociate ph ysicia n s a n d d e n ­
tists. $14,671 t o $19.072.........
In term ed iate nurse. $14,671 to
$19,072........................................
F u ll nurse. $12,167 t o $15,821.
A ssociate nurse. $10,489 to
$13,639........................................
Ju n ior nurse, $8,977 t o $11,668
U n grad ed .........................................
T o ta l p erm anent p ositio n s .
U n filled positions, June 30........
T o t a l perm an en t em ploy*
m en t, e n d o f yea r..............

1973
actu al

1974
est.

1
1
2
13
139
436
1,879
2,249
3,946
1,103
4,720
1,834
5,424
6,774
19,457
25,773
11,852
3,591
427

1
1
2
17
137
425
1,862
2,200
3,907
1,095
4,665
1,819
5,382
6,770
19,504
25,773
11,732
3,498
426

1
1
2
17
143
459
1,988
2,345
4,173
1,170
4,999
1,943
5,772
7,225
20,811
27,478
12,497
3,725
445

4
45
165
153

6
45
166
154

6
45
166
154

3.700

3.820

4.133

19

19

1.607

1.634

1.777

36

62

62

282
145

285
143

309
154

76
1,050

77
1.061

84
1.147

44

45

50

2,551
12,068

2,580
12.162

2,789
13.180

3,057
1,038
33,535

3,090
1,049
32,683

3,341
1,135
32,775

1975
est.

1973
actual
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7.................................................
G S -1 6.................a.............................
G S -1 5.................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S - 8 . . . . , .........................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ...................................................
G rades established u n d e r 38
U .S .C . 4107: C en ter direc­
t o r , $32,806 to $36,000_______

6
9
39
242
413
932
1,999
1,699
354
2,154
488
1,280
1,252
3,128
3,322
2,409
921
59

7
10
39
242
407
924
1,964
1,665
348
2,110
466
1,250
1,252
3,130
3,348
2,418
944
59

7
10
39
242
405
918
1,964
1,663
348
2,108
466
1,267
1,253
3,162
3,382
2,434
954
59

9
49

9
550

9
606

T o ta l perm an en t p o sitio n s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30____

20,769
-1 4 9

21.148

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f y e a r..............

20,320

21.148

21.302

C o n s t r u c t io n , M in o r P r o je c t s

149,247
—2,572
146,675

G e n e r a l O p e r a t in g

148,297 166,515
...............................
148,297

156,515

1973
actual

1
1
3

1974
est.

1
1
4

1975
est.

1
1
13
42
114
56
25
2
28
2
36
25
41
39
12
1

1
1
18
50
134
68
20
2
26
3
36
27
41
39
15
4

1
1
18
52
137
70
21
2
26
3
36

T o t a l p erm anent p o sitio n s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30........

438
-2 0

485
.............

493
.............

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f year..............

418

485

493

G S -1 6 ........................... .....................
G S -1 5........................... .....................
G S -1 4 ........................... .....................
G S -1 3........................... ....................
G S -1 2........................... .....................

1
1
10
24
5

1974
est.

.

1
1
10
24
5

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................... ............
G S -8 ..................................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G S -2 ...................................................
G S -1 ..................................................
U n g ra d ed .........................................

12
6
2
15
20
46
25
9
7
3
2,449

12
6
2
15
20
46
25
9
7
3
2,581

12
6
2
15
20
46
25
9
7
3
2,587

T o t a l perm anent po sitio n s.
U n fille d positions, Jun e 30____

2,635
-5

2,767
.............

2,773
.............

T o t a l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, en d o f year..............

2,630

2,767

2,773

Su pply

F und
1978
actu al

G S -1 6 .................................................
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................................................
G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 .................................................
G S -1 0 .................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 ....................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -5 ...................................................
G S -4 ...................................................
G S -3 ...................................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
5
27
33
38
2
34
5
31
22
76
61
16
9
255

1
2
8
40
41
39
3
38
6
32
23
80
63
15
9
260

1
2
8
40
41
39
3
38
6
32
23
80
63
15
9
260

T o t a l p e rm an en t p o sitio n s .
U n filled position s, Ju n e 30........

615
-1 6

660
.............

660
.............

T o t a l p e rm an en t e m p loy*
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

599

660

660

27
41
39
15
4

S e r v ic e R e v o l v in g F u n d
1973
actual

1975
est.
1
1
4

1974
est.

G S -1 7................................................
G S -1 6.................................................
G S - 1 5 .. . .............................. ............
G S -1 4 ...............................................
G S -1 3 __________ ________________
G S -1 2 ................... ............... ..........
G S -1 1 .................................... ..........
G S -1 0 ...................... ............. ..........
G S -9 .............................................. ..
G S -8 .................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................... ....................... ..
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ..................................................
G S -2 .................................... .............

E xpen ses

1973
a ctu al

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1975
est.

21.302

Canteen

E x ecu tiv e level I I .........................
E x ecu tiv e level I I I ........................
E x ecu tiv e level V . ........................

1974
est.

1975
est.
1
1
10
24
5

C o n s o l id a t e d

W o r k in g
1973
a ctu al

G S -1 3 .................................................
G S -1 2 .................*..............................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -7 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -6 ...................................................
G S -4 ....................................................
G S -3 ...................................................
G ra des esta b lish e d u n d e r 38
U .S .C . 4107: In term ed iate
grade p h v s ic ia n a n d dentist,
$20,677 t o $26,878.......................
T o t a l p erm an en t p o sitio n s.
U n filled p o sitio n s, Ju n e 30........
T o t a l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

F und
1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
4
4
1
9
7
2

1
1
4
4
2
10
7
2

1
1
4
4
2
10
7
2

1
2

1
2

1
2

32

34

34

32

34

34

1975

OTHER INDEPENDENT AGENCIES
BOARD

A D V I S O R Y C O M M IT T E E O N F E D E R A L
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
A c t io n

S a l a r ie s

and

1974
est.

E x ecu tiv e le v e l I I I ............. _____
E x ecu tiv e level I V .............. .........
E x ecu tiv e lev el V ................ _____
_____
G S -1 6 ................................
G S -1 5 _______ _____ ________ _____
G S -1 4 _____________________ _____
G S -1 3 ................................... .........
G S -1 2 .................................... .. _____
G S -1 1 _________ _______ _
_____
G S -9 ...................- ............... - .........
G S -8 .................................... - _____
G S -7 ........................................ _____
G S - 6 . . . ............................
_____
G S -5 ........................................ .........
G S -4 _______________ ______ _____
_____
G S -3 ___________ ______ _
G S -2 ........................................ _____
G rades establish ed b y th e F o r­
eign S ervice A c t o f 1946, as
am en d ed (22 U .S .C . 8011158):
F oreign
Service
R eserve
O fficer:
Class 1 ...........
Class 2 .......................................
C lass 3 .....................................
Class 4 .......................................
C lass 5 .......................................
C lass 6 .......................................
C lass 7 .......................................
Class 8 .......................................
F oreign S ervice S taff O fficer:
C lass 4 .......................................
C lass 5 ...................................
C lass 6 .......................................
Class 7 .......................................
C lass 8 .......................................
C lass 9 .......................................
C lass 10.....................................
U n g r a d e d ...................................

1
1
4
1
52
61
75
60
36
44
26
71
51
36
24
15
3

1975
est.

1
1
4
o
53
64
83
74
57
46
23
79
54
52
40
23
3

1973
a ctu a l

1974
est.

G S -1 0 ____ _____ ________________

1
1
4
0
53
64
83
74
57
46
23
79
54
52
40
23
3

8
35
106
94
138
158
79
20

9
30
98
89
123
148
65
21

9
30
98
89
123
148
65
21

2
9
25
28
45
31
17
331

3
9
23
29
36
24
18
330

3
9
23
29
36
24
18
465

T o ta l perm anent positions.
U n filled positions, June 30___

1975
est.
1

1

1

1

1

1

............

T o ta l perm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, end o f y e a r _______

A M E R IC A N

B A TTLE M ONUM ENTS

and

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r ..............

1,687
-4 4

1,714
-1 5

1,829
— 15

1974
est.

1
7
11
13
7
1
1
351

1
8
11
13
7
1
1
350

1
8
11
14
8
1
1
348

T o ta l perm anent position s.
U n filled positions, June 30

392
-7

392

392
-----------

T o t a l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, end o f year.............

385

392

392

A R M S C O N T R O L A N D D IS A R M A M E N T

D is a r m a m e n t

THE

1,643

1,699

CONFERENCE

U N IT E D

S a l a r ie s

and

1
1
1

T o ta l p erm anent position s.
U n filled positions, Jun e 30____

_______
______ -

8
------------

6
-----------

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f year--------

-----------

6

6

C O M M IT T E E

ON

OPPOR­

and

E xpen ses
1973
a ctu a l

1974
est.

1975
est.

E x e cu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 7.................................... ...........
G v -1 6 .................................... ...........
G S -1 5 ...........................................
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 ................................................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -8 .......................................... ..
G S -7 ........................................ .........
G S -6 ............................................... G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ..................................................
G S -3 ........................................ .........

1
1
1
2
1
6
2
2
2
1
3
4
5
2
2

T o ta l perm an en t p o sitio n s.
U n fille d position s, June 30 . . .

35
-4

42
.. ----------

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, end o f year............

31

42

1
1
1

1
1
1
__ .

______

_

1
1
8
2
6
1
5
3
7
1
4

1
1
8
2
6
1
5
3
7
1
4

42
- - ----------

42

1,834

OF

STATES
E xpen ses

1973
a ctu al

E x ecu tiv e level I I .......................
G S -1 8 ................................................
G S -1 7............................................ ..
G S -1 5 .................................................
G S -1 4 .................... ............................
G S -1 3 ................................ ................
G S -1 2 __________________________
G S -1 1.................................................
G S -1 0 .............................. ..................
G S -9 ...................................................
G S -7 ___________ _______ ________
G S - 5 . . . ...........................................

l

1974
est.

1975
est.

2
1

1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1

1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1

T o ta l p erm anent p os itio n s .
U nfilled position s, June 3 0 ____

12
—2

14
-----------

14

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m en t, en d o f y e a r ..............

10

14

14

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3

1
1
1

A c t iv it ie s
1973
actual

A D M IN IS T R A T IV E

3

S a l a r ie s

1975
est.

G S - U ................................................
G S -9 — ________________________
G S -8 ................................................ G S -7 ........................ ............... .........
G S -6 ...............- ............... ............. ..
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 _________________ _____ —
U n g r a d e d .........................................

C ontrol a n d

______
______
______
____

PEOPLE

E xpen ses
1973
actual

A rm s

1975
est.

T U N IT IE S F O R S P A N IS H -S P E A K IN G

AGENCY
T o t a l p erm an en t p ositio n s.
U n filled position s, Jun e 30

1974
est.

GS-15_________ ____ _________
G S-8_________________________
GS-6— ____ _________________
G S -5_________________________

C A B IN E T

C O M M IS S IO N
S a l a r ie s

IN T E R N A T IO N A L

E xpen ses
1973
actu al

1973
actual

FOR

B R O A D C A S T IN G

PAY

1
1

l
1
1
l
1
l

1974
est.

1975
est.

C IV IL A E R O N A U T IC S B O A R D

E x e cu tiv e level I I .......................
E x e cu tiv e level V ..........................
G S -1 8 ...................... .........................
G S -1 7 ................................................
G S -1 6 ..............................................
G S -1 5 .................................. .............
G S -1 4 ................................................
G S -1 3 ................................................
G S -1 2 ................................................
G S -1 1 .......................................
G S -1 0 ................................................
G S -9 ............................................... ..
G S - 8 . . . . ..........................................
G S -7 ..................................................
G S -6 ................................ .................
G S -5 ..................................................
G S -4 ....................................
G S - 3 . . . . .................. .......................
G S -2 ..................................
Special positions established b y
th e D irector, U .S . A rm s
C on trol and D isarm am ent
A g e n c y u n d e r P u b lic L a w
80-313 (5 U .S .C . 3104): Sci­
e n tific a n d professional,
$32,806 to $36,000....................
U n g r a d e d ........................................

1
4
•>
3
5
20
12
14
4
6
7
17
3
12
9
24
5
9
0

1
4
9
3
4
17
12
12
3
6
7
17
3
12
9
22
5
7
1

3
4
17
13
13
5
6
7
17
3
12
9
24
5
7
1

14
1

14
1

T o ta l p erm anent position s.
U n filled position s, June 3 0 ... .

174
-3 3

T o ta l p erm anent e m p lo y ­
m e n t, e n d o f y e a r .............

141

1
4

2

S a l a r ie s

and

E xpen ses
1973
actu al

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
4
3
9
35
57
61
87
52
55
2
66
21
76
59
42
26
15
6
26

1
4
3
8
33
62
64
89
55
57
2
67
21
76
59
44
26
15
6
26

1
4
3
8
33
62
64
89
55
57

14
1

E x e cu tiv e level I I I .......................
E x ecu tive level I\ .....................
G S -1 8............ ................................. ..
G S -1 7.............................................. G S - 1 6 . . . . ................ .......................
G S - 1 5 - . - ...................... ..................
G S -1 4 .............. ................. ...............
G S -1 3 ........ : ..................... ..............G S - 1 2 . . . . ................ ........... - .........
G S -1 1 .................................. .............
G S -1 0 .............................................. G S -9 ............................................ —
G S -8 ___________ ________ _______
G S - 7 ............................. ........... —
G S - 6 ................................................
G S -5 .................. - ..............................
G S - 4 . . . ................ ................... — .
G S -3 ____ _________ _____________
G S -2 ................ ..................................
U n g r a d e d .......................................

162
-6

168
-6

T o ta l perm anent p o s itio n s .
U n filled positions, June 30____

703
-2 4

718
-1 8

718
—5

156

162

T o ta l perm an en t e m p lo y ­
m en t, e n d o f year
.........

679

700

713

67
21
76
59
44
26
15
6
26

1975

Sa l a r ie s a n d

C o n s o l id a t e d
S ch edule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
th e

C i v i l S e r v ic e C o m m is s i o n

1973
actual

E xpen ses

1973
actual
1974
est.

1973
actual

C O M M IS S IO N O N C IV IL R IG H T S

C I V I L S E R V IC E C O M M IS S IO N

1975
est.

Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V . ......................
GS-18............- ..............................
GS-17.......................................... GS-16............- ...............................
GS-16................. ...........................
GS-14............................................
GS-13........... - ............................
GS-12............................................
GS-11— ................. ..................GS-10.....................................
G S-9..............................................
GS-8............. ................- .........—
G S-7____ ________________ _
GS-6__............... .............. ............
G S -6 .................. - ______________
GS-4................................... ..........
GS-3...... .................................. —
GS-2.................. .........................GS-1........................................ Ungraded.....................................

1
2
1
7
16
33
146
265
421
621
709
8
377
21
615
205
748
818
781
320
44
47

1
2
1
7
16
33
160
261
432
630
737
12
437
25
620
210
764
826
785
340
44
50

1
2
1
7
16
36
152
269
445
667
760
12
464
25
666
221
787
834
799
345
44
60

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30 ., .

6,995
-1 0 9

6,182
-1 2 4

6,381
-1 6 6

Total permanent em ploym ent, end of year.-..........

5,886

6,058

6,215

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level V . .......................
GS-18...........................................G S-17............................................
G S-16............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-9...............................................
GS-8...........................................
GS-7........................................... GS-6..............................................
GS-5.................................. ...........
G S -4..................................... .........
GS-3...................... ........................
G S-2...............................................
Ungraded......................................

1
2
2
3
14
20
21
26
38
29
5
24
18
25
10
3
1

1
2
2
3
17
20
24
36
39
27
4
29
21
37
2
3
2
1

1
2
2
3
17
20
24
36
39
27
4
29
21
37
2
3
2
1

Total permanent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30.........

242
-4 5

270
—4

270
—4

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

197

266

266

C O M M IT T E E

FOR

PU RCH ASE

OF

B L IN D

AND

OTHER

SEVERELY

H A N D IC A P P E D
C o u n c il
S a l a r ie s a n d

E xpen ses

KAT.ARTF.fi A N D E X P E N S E S

1973
actual

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1
1
2
2
3
3
7
5
1
3
3
2
1
6
5
3
4
4
4
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
4
1
1
1 ............ ............

GS-17_______ ________________
GS-16............. ............... ..............
GS-15........................ ...................
GS-14__________ ______________
GS-13........................ ...................
GS-12........................ ...................
GS-11............. .............................
GS-9..............................................
GS-7..............................................
G S -6 .............. ..........................
GS-6..............................................
GS-4..............................................
GS-3________________ ____ _

1
2
3
6

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

30
-5

30
............

40
............

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.........

26

30

40

1974
est.

1975
est.

1

1

............

............

786
-1 0

989
-1 1

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year.............

579

776

978

E Q U A L E M P L O Y M E N T O P P O R T U N IT Y
C O M M IS S IO N
S a l a r ie s

and

1
1
2
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

6
-1

Total permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

5

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1
1

1
2
1
1

1
2
1
1

7
7
............................
7

7

E

xpenses

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I ........ ............
Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V .......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17..........- ................................
GS-16................................. ..........
GS-16............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11........ ....................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
GS-7.......................................
GS-6..............................................
G S-5........... - ................................
GS-4..............................................
GS-3..............................................
GS-2..............................................
U ngraded.....................................

1
4
1
2
5
23
68
123
213
198
260
191
7
156
107
279
179
69
11
12

1
4
1
2
6
23
74
134
236
277
399
268
7
186
113
298
227
110
11
12

1
4
1
2
5
23
74
136
240
283
404
273
7
190
113
304
228
110
11
12

1
2
1

1
2
1

1
2
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,909
-1 7 0

2,388
-1 3 6

2,421
-8 2

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

8

8

8

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

1,739

2,252

2,339

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

8

8

8

FARM

C R E D IT A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
for

A d m in is t r a t iv e

E xpen ses

CONSUM ER PRODU CT SA FE T Y

and

1973
actual

E xpen ses

1973
actual

1
1

1

1
2
1

E xpen ses

GS-15............................................
GS-14..................................................
GS-13............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-7....................................................
GS-4..............................................

1

1
1
l
1
1
2
1

S a l a r ie s

1975
est.

2

GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-4..............................................

C O M M IS S IO N O N F IN E A R T S

1974
est.

1
1

586
-7

R e v o l v in g F u n d

1973
actual

1
1
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

C O M M IS S IO N

S a l a r ie s a n d

1975
est.

1
2
2

1973
actual

P R O D U C T S A N D S E R V IC E S O F T H E

F e d e r a l L a bo r R e l a t io n s

Grades established b y act o f
July 1,1944 (42 U .S .C . 207):
D irector grade. $15,204 to
$26,268...................................
Senior grade, $12,156 to $21,432
F ull grade, $10,620 to $17,928Senior assistant grade, $9,528
to $15,492................................
Special position established b y
the Commissioner under
P u b lic Law 313 (5 U .S .C .
3104):
Director, B P S , $32,806 to
$36,000.....................................

1974
est.

Executive level I I I ............
Executive level I V ............
GS-18...................................
GS-16................................... ........
GS-15................................... ........
GS-14................................... ........
GS-13.................................. ........
GS-12................................... ........
GS-11................................... ........
G S -9 .-_ ............................... ........
G S-8..................................... ........
G S -7 .................................... ........
G S-6..................................... ........
GS-5..................................... ........
GS-4..................................... ........
G S-3..................................... ........
GS-2...................... ............. ........

1
15
28
51
65
63
62
1
78
13
78
57
43
23

1974
est.
1
4
2
4
73
60
61
65
82
58
7
140
42
98
58
18
9

1975
est.
1
4
2
4
83
75
83
101
115
94
7
155
42
120
69
22
9

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I . .......... .........
GS-16.......... ..................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
Ungraded......................................

1
4
13
32
27
26
19
1
15
4
24
17
20
6
8
1
7

1
6
18
21
29
32
29

1
6
19
22
29
31
33

16
4
17
19
19
8
3

15
3
13
19
20
8
3

7

7

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

225
-1 4

229
-7

229
-7

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year..............

211

222

222

1975

1973
actual

F E D E R A L C O M M U N IC A T IO N S
C O M M IS S IO N
S a l a r ie s a n d

E xpen ses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I . ...................
Executive level I V .....................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................
G 8 -2 ..............................................
GS-1..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
6
4
15
32
116
147
173
157
198
4
116
43
158
89
221
164
89
29
1
39

1
6
4
15
34
133
163
219
209
201
4
167
42
171
128
271
133
75
7

1
6
4
15
34
134
165
221
222
193
4
168
45
180
140
255
147
64
5

39

39

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,802
-5 2

2,022
-5 0

2,042
-5 0

T otal permanent employ*
xnent, end o f year............

1,750

1,972

1,992

FED ERAL HOME LOAN BAN K BOARD
C o n s o l id a t e d
S ch edule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F ederal H om e L o a n B a n k B oard

1973
actual

1974
est.

1974
est.

1975
est.

FEDERAL TRADE

G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
Ungraded.....................................

9
5
4

9
5
4

9
5
4

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

292
-1 0

309
-3

319
-3

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

282

306

316

F E D E R A L M E D IA T IO N A N D
C O N C IL IA T IO N
S a l a r ie s

and

S E R V IC E
E

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

E xecutive level I I I .....................
E xecutive level V ........................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
G S -9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................

1
1
1
10
20
198
45
13
2
2
17
2
12
12
71
21
3

1
1
1
12
18
208
35
13
4
2
16
2
12
12
71
20
3

1
1
1
13
19
214
65
38
4
2
20
2
14
12
83
20
3

T otal permanent positions.
Unfllled positions, June 30

431
-1 7

431
. ..........

512
............

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end o f year.............

414

431

512

F E D E R A L M E T A L A N D N O N M E T A L L IC
1
2
3
3
7
68
104
185
212
164
3
121
20
128
49
95
87
37
2
15

1
2
2
4
7
73
104
192
227
172
4
137
19
112
59
90
78
34
3
15

1
2
2
4
7
73
104
192
227
172
4
137
19
200
59
90
78
34
3
15

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,306
-1 1 5

1,335
-3 2

1,423
-3

FEDERAL

1,191

M A R IT IM E

S a l a r ie s

and

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1,303

SAFETY

BOARD

Sa l a r ie s a n d

E xpen ses

1
4
1
4
15
19
17
31
33
27
6
19
8
32
26
20
11

1974
est.
1
4
1
4
16
19
18
31
36
33
6
20
9
32
26
22
13

1975
est.
1
4
1
4
16
19
18
31
38
38
6
20
9
32
26
23
15

O F R E V IE W

E xpen ses

1973
actual
GS-12.............................................
GS-9..............................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

l
1

1
1

1
1

T otal permanent positions.
2
Unfilled positions, June 30........................

2

2

2

2

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year.............

2

F E D E R A L P O W E R C O M M IS S IO N

1,420

C O M M IS S IO N

1973
actual
Executive level I I I ............ ........
Executive level IV ............. ........
GS-18............................... ........
GS-17................................... ........
GS-16................................... ........
GS-15................................... ........
GS-14................................... ........
GS-13................................... ........
GS-12................................... ........
GS-11................................... ........
GS-10................................... ........
GS-9..................................... ........
GS-8..................................... ........
GS-7..................................... ........
G S-6..................................... ........
G S-5..................................... ........
G S-4..................................... ........

M IN E

S a l a r ie s a n d

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

E xpen ses

1973
actual
Executive level I I I .................
Executive level I V ..............
GS-18.........................................

1975
est.

1
4
4
3
33
119
107
112
145
189
4
87
20
135
99
257
124
79
29
3
28

4
3
33
125
111
123
150
205
4
91
20
135
99
260
124
79
29
3
28

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,530
-8 4

1,582
-2 2

1,631
-2 2

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end o f year.............

1,446

1,560

1,609

GS-13.................................
GS-12.....................................
GS-11.....................................
GS-10..................................
G S-9..............................
G S-8.......................................
G S-7.......................................
G S-6.......................................
G S-5...................................
G S-4........................
GS-3................................
G S-2............................
G S-1..............................
U ngraded..............................

F O R E IG N

C L A IM S

SETTLEM EN T

C O M M IS S IO N
Sa l a r ie s

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level V .........................
GS-15..............................................
GS-14..............................................
GS-13..............................................
GS-12..............................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-9........................................ .
GS-8............................. ..................
GS-7............................... ...............
GS-6...............................................
GS-5...............................................
G S-4............................. .................
Ungraded (local employees)___

3
5
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
45

3
5
2
2
7
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
45

3
5
3
5
7
2
2
1
3
1
2
1
45

T otal permanent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30

69
-1 9

75
-2

80
-2

T otal permanent employ­
ment, end o f year.............

50

73

78

H IS T O R IC A L A N D

M E M O R IA L

C O M M IS S IO N S

E xpen ses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1
4
4
3
33
119
106
109
128
178
4
78
20
134
94
252
124
79
29
3
28

GS-16.........................................
GS-15..............................

1975
est.

Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V ......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
G S -10............................................
GS-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S -3 .............................................
G S-2..........................................
Ungraded.....................................

S a l a r ie s a n d

C O M M IS S IO N

1974
est.

1975
est.

A m e r ic a n

R e v o l u t io n B ic e n t e n n ia l
A d m in is t r a t io n

s a l a r ie s

and

expenses

Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V ......................
GS-18.......................... .................
GS-17............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15_____________ ___________
GS-14...........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12...................... - ..................
GS-11..........— ......................... GS-10............. - ..........................
GS-9................... - ..................... G S-8..............................................
G S-7..................................... .........
G8-fl........- ...........- .......................
GS-5............. ................................
G S -i........ ......................................
GS-3..............................................
GS-2............. ..............................
GS-1..............................................
Ungraded......................................

1
4
6
7
37
84
104
129
152
103
3
105
23
120
88
106
103
29
27
6
26

1
4
6
7
37
87
111
136
159
116
4
112
24
130
92
102
83
27
24
6
29

1
4
6
7
37
89
117
143
167
121
4
114
24
134
93
105
83
29
24
6
29

Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V ........................
GS-17.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S -8 ..............................................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3...............................................

1
3

1
3

1
17
7
4
2
11
5
1
7
5
4
1
1

20
11
13
9
22
13
4
26
9
9
3
1

22
13
15
9
23
12
3
27
9
9
3
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,263
-1 7

1,297
----------

1,337
...........

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30------

66
-9

144
—4

150
—4

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1,246

1,297

1,337

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end o f year.............

57

140

146

1973
actual

1975
est.

1974
est.

1975

IN D IA N

Su sq u e h a n n a

C L A IM S C O M M IS S IO N

Sa l a r ie s

E

an d

iv e r

s a l a r ie s

xpenses

1973
actual

R

1974
est.

1975
est.

5
1
9
9
1
2
3
5
3
3
1

5
1
11
7
1
4
1
5
3
3
1

Executive level V ........................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15________________ ____ —
GS-14_____ _____ _____________
GS-13. — ........— ..................
GS-12...................... ................
GS-11............. ...................... — GS-10............. ........ .....................
GS-9.............................................
G S-8........... ................... - ............
G S -7 ............. ........... — ............
G S-5................... ........................

5
1
9
9
1
2
3
5
2
2
2
1

. -----------

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

42

42

42

B

and

expen ses

1973
actual
1
1

1
1

1
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

2

2

2

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year............

2

C o m m is s io n on I n te r ­
g o v e r n m e n t a l R e l a t io n s

d v is o r y

and

expen ses

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1

1

1

Executive level V ....................
Grades established b y the
Chairman, comparable to
GS grades:
GG -18............................. ....
GG -16.......................................
GG -15......................................
GG -14................................. ..
G G -13.......................................
G G -11 .................................
GG -10............ .........................
G G -9 .........................................
G G -8 ....................... .
...
G G -7 ....... ............ ..................
G G -6 .........................................
G G -5 ....... ..............................

2
1
5
2
4
1
1
6
3
2
8
1

2
1
4
3
4
2
2
4
4

2
1
4
3
4
2
2
4
4

9
1

9
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

37
-5

37
...........

37

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of yea r._______

32

37

37

S a l a r ie s

and

R

e g io n a l

Executive level IV ...................
Ungraded.....................................

9

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

10
-i

i

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ...........

D

elaw are

R

iv e r

B

1974
est.
1
9

1
9

10

10

10

10

.

9

a s in

1975
est.

1
10
3
13
98
132
73
189
361
110
40
125
29
83
129
294
149
58
9
29

1
10
4
17
98
154
90
217
402
123
40
136
30
98
137
324
153
58
9
29

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,865
-7 0

1,935
-6 5

2,130
-7 0

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ..........

1,795

1,870

2,060

M AM M ALS
S a l a r ie s

and

C O M M IS S IO N

E xpenses

U.S. Commissioner, $36,000...
GS-13............................ ...............
GS-12____ _____________ _____
Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, J u n e 3 0 ___
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year______

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1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
GS-18...................................................... —
GS-15........................ ................... - ........
1
1
GS-14..................................................... .
1
1
GS-13__________________ ___________ —
1
1
GS-12............... ............................................................ ............. 1
GS-11........... ..............................................
1
1
GS-8
................................. .
_
1
1
G S - 7 ............... .
...................... ............... 1
G S - 6 . ...................................................................................... 1
G S - 5 . ............................................................... . . . .
1
G S-4. . .
.................................... ............. 1

i

1
1

1
1

6

11

2

2

and

E

xpenses

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

l
2

2

2

2

and

E

GS-17........................................................ 1
GS-16........... .............................................2
GS-15.................... ............... .................... 8
GS-14......................................................... 5
GS-13____ _____ ______ ______ _______ 3
G S -1 2 ....................... .............................6
GS-11........................................................ 7

64

68

xpenses

GS-17................................. ..........
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14................................... .........
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
G S - 9 ............................... ...........
G S-8..............................................
T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

1
2
8
4
4
11
3

1
2
9
4
4
11
4

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

5
.................

Total permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

1
1
1
3
1
1
1

5

9

5

9

-------

5

N A T IO N A L C O U N C IL O N

IN D IA N

O P P O R T U N IT Y
and

E xpenses
1974
est.

1975
est.

GS-18............................................
GS-15________ ________________
GS-12_______ _________________
G S-9_____ __________________ _
G S -7 ............ ............. ..................

1
4
1
1
1

1
3
1
1
1

1
3

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

8
-2

7
. ..........

6

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

6

7

6

1
1

N A T IO N A L C R E D IT U N IO N
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
O p e r a t in g F

6
11
...........................

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............................

Sa l a r ie s

1
8
3
6
5
6
2
1
1

64
68
. . . ............ ..........

1973
actual

C O M M IS S IO N
1975
est.

58

Sa l a r ie s

N A T IO N A L C A P IT A L P L A N N IN G

1974
est.

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

1
8
2
6
5
5
2
1
1

1973
actual

C o m m is s io n

1973
actual

62
-4

S a l a r ie s

1
10
3
13
98
132
70
170
337
109
38
115
29
82
127
290
148
55
9
29

Total permanent positions.
. . . .
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 ................ .

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

1975
est.

1974
est.

C o m m is s io n

1973
actual

2
6
2
6
6
3
3
1
1

1975
est.

IE S A N D IN F O R M A T IO N S C IE N C E

Executive level III ...................
Executive level I V .....................
GS-18._....................................
GS-17.......................................... G S - 1 6 ........................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13...................
GS-12............................... ............
GS-11............................................
GS-10........................ . .............
GS-9..............................................
GS-8. ........................................
G S -7..............................................
G S-6...................... ......................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3......... ............... - ........ .
G S-2...................... . ..................
U n g ra d e d ...... .............................

M A R IN E

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

GS-10_________________ ______
GS-9..............................................
GS-8...................... .....................
GS-7..............................................
G S - 6 ................. ............... .........
GS-5..............................................
G S - 4 . „ .......................................
GS-3____ _______ _____________
Ungraded.....................................

1974
est.

N A T IO N A L C O M M IS S IO N O N L I B R A R ­

E xpenses

1973
actual
p p a l a c h ia n

2

2

IN T E R S T A T E C O M M E R C E

42

42

42

IN T E R G O V E R N M E N T A L A G E N C IE S

A

1975
est.

U.S. Commissioner,$36,000___
GS-12............................................

1973
actual

s a l a r ie s

1974
est.

C O M M IS S IO N

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year. .

A

1973
actual

C o m m is s io n

a s in

und

1973
actual

1974
est.
1
1
4
10
17
12
58
209
1
54
10
16
17
46
38
14

1975
est.

Executive level I V .....................
GS-18........... ...............................
GS-16.................. ............ ............
GS-15.................. ................... .
GS-14___________________ ____
GS-13........................— ..........
GS-12............................................
GS-11............... .............................
GS-10......................................
GS-9.......................................
G S-8____________________ ____
G S-7......................................... . .
G S -6............................ ...............
G S -5.............................................
G S-4.................... ....................
G S - 3 - ____ __________ ________
G S-2...................... ......................

1
1
4
9
14
12
56
171
1
73
7
27
12
36
SI
24
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

480
-1 9

508
-2 2

511
-2 5

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ..........

461

486

486

.------------

1
1
4
10
17
12
57
215
1
45
5
20
15
56
38
14
-------------

1975

N A T IO N A L M E D IA T IO N

N A T IO N A L C R E D IT U N IO N

1973
actual

BOARD

A D M I N I S T R A T I O N — C o n t in u e d
S a l a r ie s
C r e d it U

n io n

Share I

F

nsurance

1973
actual
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S -4 ........ ......................................

1
1
2
10
6

and

E

xpenses

G S-6..............................................
G S -5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3................... , .........................
G S-2..............................................

und

1974
est.

1973
actual

1975
est.

1
2
2

1
1
2
9
6
1
1
2
2

5

5

1
1
2
9
9
1
1
2
2
6
7

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

30
-3

30
-3

41
-5

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year..............

27

27

36

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level i n .....................
Executive level I V .....................
GS-17............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14................. ..........................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-5..............................................
GS-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................

1
2
1
6
9
8
2
4
1
7
9
23
1
2

1
2
1
6
9
8
1
4
3
6
6
23
3
1

1
2
1
6
9
8
1
4
3
6
6
25
1
1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

76
-3

74
-2

74
-2

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f y e a r .............

73

72

72

S a l a r ie s

and

H U M A N IT IE S
E

1973
actual
E xecutive level I I I .....................
G 8-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10.............................................
GS-9..............................................
G S -«..............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
GS-4..............................................
G S-3..............................................

2
1
1
5
25
19
17
6
20
2
24
4
39
13
28
9
7

Sa l a r ie s

1974
est.

1975
est.

2
1
1
5
33
28
22
19
28

2
1
1
5
36
30
32
29
41
1
49
8
60
25
44
29
4

30
6
49
15
30
16
5

222
290
397
- 8 ............ ............

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____
T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year.............

214

N A T IO N A L L A B O R

290

397

R E L A T IO N S

BOARD
C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o p P e r m a n e n t P o ­
s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e N a t io n a l L a b o r B e l a t io n s B o ard
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I ____ _______
Executive level I V ......................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16..........................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14....................................... .
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9..............................................
G S-8..............................................
GS-7.......................... ...................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
GS-4.............................................
G S-3.........................................
G S-2............................................
G S-1..............................................
Ungraded......................................

1
5
1
6
158
106
244
399
230
150
6
211
28
134
162
318
211
137
37
3
26

1
5
1
6
140
112
342
326
183
180
6
215
30
131
193
294
188
156
36
1
27

l
5
1
6
138
112
370
321
180
175
6
189
30
125
200
320
203
121
43

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

2,573
-2 3 4

2,573
-1 1 9

2,573
-1 19

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

2,339

2,454

2,454

Digitized for FRASER
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and

27

E xpenses
1973
actual

Executive level I I .......................
Executive level I I I ........ ............
Executive level V ........................
Grades established b y the N S F
A ct o f 1950 (42 U .S.C . 1873):
E E III, $36,000.....................
E E II, $36,000..........................
E E I, $32,806 to $36,000..........
GS-18...........................................
GS-17...................... — .......... . .
GS-16___________ _______ _____
G S - 1 5 - .- .....................................
GS-14_________ ______________
G S -1 3 - ............. ...........................
GS-12........... ..................... ..........
GS-11...........................................
GS-10............................................
G S -9 ......... ...................... ............
G S-8..................................... .
G S-7------------------------- -----------G S-6.............................................
G S-5................... ............. ..........
G S -4 ..................... ........ ..............
G S-3____ _______ _______ _____
GS-2..............................................
Grades established b y the
Administrator, Agency for
International Developm ent
under authority of the For­
eign Assistance A ct o f 1961:
FC-13, $32,680 to $36,000.....
FC-12, $28,380 to $36,000____
FC-11, $24,122 to $31,820____
U n g ra d e d ..................... ............

1975
est.

R E V IE W

Sa l a r ie s

and

105
70
46
48
13
55
70
112
168
79
36
12

1

17

1,2001,190
1,190
—33 —15 ..............
1,190

C O M M IS S IO N
E xpenses
1973
actual

Executive level i n ............ ........
Executive level I V ............ ........
GS-17................................... ........
GS-16........... ...................... ........
G S -1 5 ............................... ........
GS-14.................... ............. ........
GS-13.................................. ........
GS-12................................... ........
GS-11.................................. ........
GS-10................................... ........
GS-9................................... ........
GS-7.....................................

1
2
1
66
7
3
9
3
10
2
14
14

1974
est.
1
2
1
66
7
3
9
3
10
2
14
14

30
15
7
4

AVENUE

188

188

DEVELOP­

M E N T C O R P O R A T IO N
and

E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

15

20

15

20

P O S T A L S E R V IC E

O C C U P A T IO N A L S A F E T Y A N D
HEALTH

147

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year______

1 ..............
2 ________
2 ________
15
17

1,1671,175

30
15
7
4

188
188
188
—41 .............. ............

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1
l
4

12
23
34
41
70
88
12
1 ..............
4
168
180
101
101
72
75
39
36
48
50
9
12
67
65
56
62
99
106
141
155
100
88
75
60
49
22
15
3

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year_______

1974
est.

2
1
5

P E N N S Y L V A N IA

30
15
7
2
2

1975
est.

GS-17..
GS-15..
GS-14..
GS-13..
GS-12..
G3-11..
G S -9 ...
G S -7 ...
G S -6 ...
G S -5 ...

N A T IO N A L S C IE N C E F O U N D A T IO N

xpenses

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end o f year.............

S a l a r ie s

N A T IO N A L F O U N D A T IO N O N T H E
ARTS AND THE

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1974
est.

1975
est.
1
2
2
66
7
3
9
3
10
2
14
14

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e U .S . P o s t a l S e r v i c e
1973
actual
Postal
executive
schedule
grades:
PES-42, $60,000................— PES-38, $40,332 to $54,332...
PES-37, $39,162 to $52,748...
PES-36, $37,990 to $51,164...
PES-35, $36,820 to $49,580...
PES-34, $35,650 to $47,996...
PES-33, $34,478 to $46,412...
P E 8-32, $33,306 to $44,828. PES-31, $32,136 to $43,244 . _ _
PES-30, $30,964 to $41,660 __
P E S-29, $29,794 to $40,076 . . .
PES-28, $28,624 to $38,492. . .
PES-27, $25,874 to $34,772. . .
PES-26, $23,487 to $31,541...
PES-25, $21,409 to $28,731 - - PES-24, $19,597 to $26,279 . . .
PES-23, $18,014 to $24,136...
PES-22, $16,627 to $22,261--.
PES-21, $15,411 to $20,615...
PES-20, $14,343 to $19,171. . .
PES-19, $13,403 to $17,899-..
PES-18, $12,575 to $16,779...
PES-17, $11,845 to $15,786...
PES-16, $11,202 to $14,919...
PES-15, $10,634 to $14,148...
PES-14, $10,133 to $ 13,472...
PES-13, $9,693 to $12,878 ____
PES-12, $9,305 to $12,350 ____
Postal
manager
schedule
grades:
PMS-12, $9,305 to $12,350____
PMS-11, $8,966 to $11,892___
PMS-10, $8,670 to $11,491___
PMS-9, $8,414 to $11,144.........
PM S-8, $8,193 to $10,846____
PM S-7, $8,005 to $10,595.........
PM S-6, $7,848 to $10,382 ____
PM S-5, $7,720 to $10,205 ........
PM S-4, $7,620 to $10,070........
PM S-3, $7,545 to $9,967_____
PM S-1, $7,471 to $9,872_____
Postal Service schedule grades:
PS-11, $12,990 to $16,464 ____
PS-10, $11,833 to $14,965.........
PS-9, $11,071 to $13,969 _____
P S -8, $10,347 to $13,327..........
P S-7, $9,678 to $12,703______
PS-6, $9,059 to $11,864 ______

1
1
5
4
1
14
18
11
10
41
85
95
159
321
383
688
925
1,262
1,358
3,156
1,714
7,228
5,947
4,508
24,341
2,811
3,981
63
6,271
2,008
317
1,010
401
391
220
77
15
2
2
42
145
579
337
1,611
40,908

1974

1975
est.

1975

R E N E G O T IA T IO N

P O S T A L S E R V I C E — C o n t in u e d
C o n s o lid a t e d
S c h e d u le
of
P erm a n en t
P o s it io n s P a id F b om F u n d s A v a ila b le t o
t h e U .S . P o s t a l S e r v i c e — Continued
1973
actual
P o s ta l
S e rv ice
s ch e d u le
grades—Continued
PS-5, $8,488 to $11,073______
P S -4, $7,956 to $10,354............
PS-3, $7,466 to $9,688_______
PS-2, $7,013 to $9,070.............
PS-1, $6,594 to $8,497..............
Ungraded positions___________

347,215
38,743
7,683
2,936
575
36,664

T otal permanent positions. 547,283
Unfilled positions, June 30 _ —
T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year................. 547,283

1974
est.

1975
est.

.............................
............................
......................... ............ ............
_______ _______
________________
______

_______

................... .........

Sa l a r ie s

and

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

S M A L L B U S IN E S S A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

E xpenses
1973
actual

Executive level V .......................
G S -1 7 ..........................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15...................................... .
GS-14............................................
GS-13.............. ..........................GS-12— ................................—
G S -1 1 ..........................................
G S-9— - ........- ............................
G S - 8 - ...................... - .......... —
GS-7— ............... - ............ .........
GS-6— ..........- ______________
GS-5_________________ _____ _
GS-4--------------------------------------GS-3— ----------------- ------- --------G S -2------------------------------- ------Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e P o st a l R a t e C o m m is s io n

BOARD

1974
est.

3
2
5
24
56
13
3
4
10
1
10
21
14
17
3
2

Total permament em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ...........

— _

200
-------------

200

188

S E C U R IT IE S A N D

5
2
5
24
57
11
3
5
9
1
13
21
14
17
10
2
1

200

and

1975
est.

5
2
5
24
57
11
3
5
9
1
13
21
14
17
10
2
1

188
-------------

S a l a r ie s

20D

EXCHANGE

E

xpenses

1973
actual
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V . . . . .
Executive level V ................
GS-18.................................
GS-17.................................
GS-16.................................
GS-15.....................................
GS-14.....................................
GS-13...................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -U .................................
GS-10.....................................
G S-9...................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7.......................................
GS-6.......................................
GS-5.......................................
GS-4..........................................
GS-3......................................
G S-2.......................................
G S-1............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
3
5
9
21
173
192
477
806
382
1
183
35
318
270
537
446
285
35
2
18

1
1
3
5
9
21
174
191
473
822
380
1
177
35
320
272
514
435
288
36
2
16

1
3
5
9
21
174
198
535
866
429
1
212
35
333
273
514
466
319
37
2
16

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

4,200
-1 5 0

4,176
-1 2 2

4,450
-1 2 9

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

4,050

4,054

4,321

C O M M IS S IO N
Postal
executive sch ed u le
grades:
PES-31, $32,136 to $43,244—
PES-29, $29,794 to $40,076....
PES-28, $28,624 to $38,492....
PES-27, $25,874 to $34,772....
PES-26, $23,487 to $31,541....
PES-25, $21,409 to $28,731....
PES-24, $19,597 to $26,279....
PES-23, $18,104 to $24,136....
PES-22, $16,627 to $22,261—
PES-21, $15,411 to $20,615....
PES-20, $14,343 to $19,171....
PES-19, $13,403 to $17,899....
PES-18, $12,575 to $16,779—
PES-17, $11,845 to $15,786....
PES-16, $11,202 to $14,919—
PES-14, $10,133 to $13,472—
PES-13, $9,693 to $12,878.......
Postal manager schedule grades:
P M S -U , $8,966 to $11,892....
PMS-9, $8,414 to $11,144____
PMS-6, $7,848 to $10,382____
PMS-1, $7,471 to $9,872_____

2
3
4
2
2
1
3
4
4
2
5
1
3
3
5
3
5

______

Sa l a r ie s

and

______
______

______
______

______
______

___
5
1
2
3 ---------63
............

-----

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

63

-----

E

xpenses

S M IT H S O N IA N
1973
actual

______

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

R A IL R O A D

_____

-------------------

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level I V .....................
GS-18..........................................
GS-17— ________ ____________
GS-16________________________
GS-15............................................
GS-14________________________
GS-13____ ___________________
G S -1 2 ............ ................... .........
G S -U — .....................................
GS-10________________________
G S-9_____ ___________________
G S -8 .................................... .........
G S-7______________ ______
GS-6___________ ____ - ............ G S-5____ _______ ____________
GS-4_________________________
G S-3............................................
G S -2 -............................................
Ungraded.....................................

1
4
5
7
21
83
160
270
205
183
4
81
21
95
131
155
104
85
30
17

1
4
5
7
24
87
175
354
217
191
6
121
32
104
151
156
148
97
25
20

1
4
5
7
24
87
176
358
227
223
6
121
32
106
151
173
153
97
27
22

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,662
—83

1,925
-1 5

2,000
-1 5

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year............

1,579

1,910

1,985

R E T IR E M E N T B O A R D

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P ermanent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e R a il r o a d R e t ir e m e n t B o ard
1973
actual
Executive level I I I .
Executive level IV__
GS-18— ...................
GS-17_______ _____
GS-16________ _____
G S -15.— ........... .
G S -1 4 .......................
GS-13........................
GS-12____ ________
GS-11______ ______
GS-10— ................. .
G S -9................. .........
G S-8_____ ________
G S-7_______ ______
G S-6......................
G S-5________ _____
G S -4............. ............
G S -3..........................
G S -2____ __________
Ungraded.................
Total permanent positions
Unfilled positions, June 30
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year-...........

5 4 0 -1 0 0 0 - 7 4 - 6 4

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1974
est.

S a l a r ie s

IN S T IT U T IO N

and

E xpenses
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I V ......................
Executive level V ...................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
GS-9..............................................
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
G S-4..............................................
GS-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................

2
3
1
16
17
98
106
112
168
148
8
283
46
208
142
223
299
62
18
739

2
3
2
17
20
101
110
120
175
155
10
295
50
230
150
250
330
75
20
760

2
3
2
17
20
103
113
127
185
171
10
338
50
268
157
267
435
90
20
860

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

2,699
-3 2 5

2,875
-1 2 7

3,238
-1 4 0

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year. ..........

2,374

2,748

3,098

S E L E C T IV E S E R V IC E S Y S T E M
Sa l a r ie s

and

E xpenses
N a t io n a l G a l l e r y

1975
est.

1973
actual

1974
est.

1
2
1
4
4
30
30
41
115
167
245
99
184
235
38
226
213
187
100
31

1
2
1
4
4
30
30
41
115
167
245
99
184
235
38
226
213
187
100
31

1
2
1
4
4
30
30
41
115
167
245
99
184
235
38
226
213
187
100
31

Executive level TV......................
GS-18............... - ...........................
GS-17............... - ...........................
GS-16............... .............................
GS-15.........................- ..................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12— .....................................
GS-11........ ....................................
GS-10.......................................—
GS-9....................................... —
GS-8..............................................
GS-7..................................... .........
GS-6............... ..............................
GS-5................. .............................
G S -4 .............................................
GS-3________ ________________
GS-2........ ......................... ...........
Ungraded.....................................

1
1
1
3
35
29
55
67
42
25
154
199
185
117
213
228
162
22
3,753

1
1
1
3
32
29
45
48
40
20
127
50
291
939
936
518
24
12

1,953
-2 5 4

1,953
-2 1 7

1,953
-2 1 7

T otal permanent positionsUnfilled positions, June 30___

5,292
-6 85

3,117
-5 7

1,699

1,736

1,736

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

4,607

3,060

1975
est.
1
1
1
3
30
29
45
48
38
20
115
31
187
622
657
386
24

s a l a r ie s

and

of

A

rt

EXPENSES
1973
actual

12

GS-16............. — _____ ______
GS-15________ _______________
GS-14— _________ ____________
GS-13.............................. ............
GS-12___________ _____________
G S -1 1._____ _______ ____ _____
GS-10____ ____ ______________
G S-9____________ _____________
G S - 8 - _______ ________________
GS-7.................... - ..................—
G S-6........................- ....................
GS-5— ..........— ................ —
G S - 4 - ______ _________________
G S-3________ _________________
Ungraded....................................

2
5
10
6
16
15
1
16
4
24
17
49
108
30
94

2,250
-1 9

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

2,231

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

1974
est.

1975
est.

2
7
10
5
15
15

2
7
11
7
15
18

19
4
28
16
49
111
30
100

19
4
32
16
53
112
30
100

397
-4 2

411
-2 9

426
-2 9

355

382

397

.

1975

C O M M IS S IO N O N T H E O R G A N IZ A T IO N

S M IT H S O N IA N IN S T IT U T IO N —
C o n t in u e d
W

oodrow

W

il s o n
for

OF

THE

GOVERNM ENT

C O N D U C T O F F O R E IG N

I n t e r n a t io n a l C e n te r
S cholars

S a l a r ie s

and

SALARIES AND EXPENSES
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

15
-1

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

15

14

1
3
1
2
1
3
2
4
1
2
20
----------

15

and

E

G S-18..
G S-17..
GS-16. .
G S-15..
G S-13..
G S-12..
GS-11..
G S-10..
G S -9 ...
G S -7 ...
G S -6 ...
G S -4 ...

1974
est.

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

322
-2 0

389
-8

408
-8

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r ...........

302

381

400

7
----------

31

31
...........

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year.........

7

31

31

and

to

the

from

of
fun ds

perm anent
a v a il a b l e

c o m m is s io n

1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
3
1
3
1
2
2
2
2

1
1
3
1
3
1
2
2
2
2

1
1
3
1
4
1
2
2
2
2

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

18
-1

18
----------

19

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year______

17

18

19

1
l
3
2
2
3
1
3
1
1
2

Total permanent positions.................
9
20
Unfilled positions, June 30....... ...... .............. ..................
Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of y e a r .......................

9

lan ce
and

expen ses

GS-18...........................................................
G S -1 6 ................................ ......... ............
GS-15........................................ .
............
GS-14_____ __________________
______
G S - 1 3 ........................................ .........
GS-12............. ........... ................. ............
G S -9 ........................ ............. .
...........
G S - 7 ... ........................................................
GS-5............. ................................................

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
1
1
_____ ________
2
1
1
1
1

T otal permanent em ploy­
m ent, end of year_______

N a t io n a l C o m m is s io n
s a l a r ie s

and

______

on

12
............

9

12

P r o d u c t iv it y

expen ses

1973
actual
GS-18........... .......... .......... ..........
GS-15________________________
1 GS-14.......................................... .

1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1

1
9
1

1974
est.

1975
est.
1
9
1

1
9
1

1974
est.

1975
est.

2
1
2
4

2
1
2
4

2
4

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

20
-4

20

20

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year____

16

20

20

N a t io n a l

C o m m is s io n
sa l a r ie s

on

an d

W

ater

2

Q u a l it y

expen ses

1973
actual
GS-18.................................
GS-17_______ _____
GS-16..........................
GS-15..............................
GS-14__________
GS-13........... ..............
G S -1 2 .....................
GS-11____ ______________
GS-9______ ________
G S-8............... ...................
G S -7 ............. ...............
G S-6_______________
G S-5______ ____
G S-4___________

1974
est.

1

1975
est.

1
1
2
9
3
17
8
2
3
3
1
2
1
2

2
9
3
17
8
2
3
3
1
2
1
2

1

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

1
----------

55

55

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end o f year...........

1

55

55

T E N N E S S E E V A L L E Y A U T H O R IT Y
T en nessee V

alley

A

u t h o r it y

1973
actual

20

N a t io n a l C o m m is s io n fo r t h e R e v ie w of
F e d e r a l a n d S t a t e L a w s R e l a t i n g to
W ir e t a p p in g a n d E l e c t r o n ic S u r v e il ­

Total permanent positions............... .
9
Unfilled positions, June 30.......................................

1975
est.

Executive level V
..................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15___________ _____ ______
GS-14............................................
GS-13__________ ________ ____
GS-12.......................................... .
GS-8____________ ____________
G S -7 ..................... ................—
G S-6............. ............. ................
G S-5............. ........... ..................

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1974
est.

1973
actual

L a n d U se P l a n n in g
for A l a s k a

sch ed u le

expen ses

GS-18........... ................................ ............
1
GS-16_________ ____ _____ _
______
.
GS-15.................. .................................
1
G S -1 4 .................................. .
............
2
G S -1 3 ........................................ ......... .
1
GS-12.......................................
......... .
2
GS-11........................ ............. .
._ ........ ............
GS-9.................... .............. ...................................... .
GS-7........................................................ .
1
G S -5 .......................... ........... .....................................
GS-4............... ...................................... .
1

T E M P O R A R Y S T U D Y C O M M IS S IO N S

p a id

3
1
4
----------

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

sa l a r ie s

p o s it io n s

3
1
1
4
1 ---------

1973
actual

1
5
1
4
1
25
48
60
38
27
7
30
5
59
23
20
27
12
7
8

c o n s o l id a t e d

3
2
3
3
6
4
2

1
1
1

1975
est.

1
5
1
4
1
21
47
56
37
26
7
30
5
57
21
19
27
10
6
8

C o m m is s io n

3
2
3
3
6
4
2

1
1

s a l a r ie s

1
5
1
4
1
19
36
42
27
17
7
24
4
48
21
19
27
6
6
7

ed eral-S t a t e

1975
est.

C o m m is s io n o n t h e R e v ie w o f t h e
N a t io n a l P o l ic y T o w a r d G a m b l in g

Executive level I V .....................
Executive level V .......................
GS-18___________ ____ _______
GS-17............................ .............
GS-16_____ __________ ______ _
GS-15__________________ ______
G S -14.............. ............ ................
GS-13............................... ............
GS-12............. ....................... .
GS-11— ........ .................... .........
G S -1 0 - ____ ___________ ______
G S-9_________________________
G S - 8 ..................... ................—
G S-7--------------------------------------G S -6 ._____ __________________
G S-5........— .............................. G S-4........ ........................- ..........
G S - 3 ... ....................— ..............
G S-2__________ _____ ________
Ungraded.....................................

F

1974
est.

xpenses

1973
actual

J o in t

G S -1 3 ...................
GS-12..................
GS-9.............
G S - 7 ... . ...........

E xpenses

20

T A R I F F C O M M IS S IO N
Sa l a r ie s

1973
actual

THE

P O L IC Y

1973
actual

GS-14.......................... ...................
1
1
GS-12.............................................
2
2
GS-11.......................................... - .............. - ...........1
1
G S-9__________________________
2
2
G S-8__________ _____ _________
2
3
G S-7........... .............................
2
2
G S-6.......................... ....................
2
1
G S -5 .____ _____ _______________
1
1
GS-4...................... ........................
2
2
Ungraded.......................................
Total permanent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30.........

FOR

Executive level I I I ...................
Executive level IV ......................
Grades established b y the
board of directors of the
Tennessee Valley A uthor­
ity:
Management schedule:
Grade 13, $37,000............. .
Grade 12, $36,500..............
Grade 11, $36,000_________
Grade 10, $35,500 . . . .
Grade 9, $34,000__________
Grade 8, $32,800__________
Grade 7, $27,875 to $31,025.
Grade 6, $24,800 to $27,950.
Grade 5, $20,975 to $25,075
Grade 4, $16,225 to $21,865
Grade 3, $14,040 to $18,720Grade 2, $12,165 to $15,465.
Grade 1, $10,950 to $12,955
Administrative schedule:
Grade 4, $14,910 to $19,925.
Grade 3, $12,760 to $16,880.
Grade 2, $11,040 to $14,250.
Grade 1, $9,915 to $12,170..
Board secretary schedule:
Grade 2, $12,075 to $15,895.
Grade 1, $10,550 to $13,040.
Clerical schedule:
Grade 6, $9,975 to $12,545..
Grade 5, $9,020 to $11,595..
Grade 4, $8,090 to $10,510..
Grade 3, $7,230 to $9,260...
Grade 2, $6,150 to $7,745...
Grade 1, $5,270 to $6,375...
Reproduction and com m uni­
cation services schedule:
Grade 5, $10,115 to $12,690Grade 4, $8,770 to $11,1 15 Grade 3, $7,390 to $9,150...
Grade 2, $6,550 to $7,975...
Grade 1, $5,570 to $6,600.. _
Engineering and scientific
schedule:
Grade 4, $16,175 to $21,300.
Grade 3, $14,210 to $18,250.
Grade 2, $12,670 to $15,075.
Grade 1, $11,460 to $12,500.
I

F

und

1974
est.

1975
est.

1
2

1
2

1
2

1
5
4
28
9
35
153
259
737
322
174
47
50

1
5
4
28
9
40
160
260
754
326
177
49
48

1
5
4
28
9
44
164
266
774
336
182
58
48

44
145
196
131

50
146
198
128

53
153
210
128

2
2

2
2

2
2

7
121
469
1,027
421
44

7
120
482
1,058
412
31

8
125
469
1,072
407
29

16
21
48
35
2

14
18
34
25
2

14
18
34
28
2

750
735
393
286

765
736
404
288

830
760
471
309

1975

1973
actual

T E N N E S S E E V A L L E Y A U T H O R IT Y —
C o n tin u e d
T e n n e sse e V a lle y A u th o r ity
1973
actual
Grades established b y the
board of directors of the
Tennessee Valley Author­
ity -C o n tin u e d
A ide and technician schedule:
Grade 7, $13,690 to $17,475 .
Grade 6, $12,215 to $15,675.
Grade 5, $10,760 to $13,725_
Grade 4, $8,945 to $11,495..
Grade 3, $7,880 to $9,765. __
Grade 2, $7,025 to $8,535...
Grade 1, $5,780 to $6,300...
Custodial schedule:
Grade 3, $7,805 to $9,400...
Grade 2, $7,005 to $8,335...
Grade 1, $6,825 to $7,680...
P ublic safety schedule:
Grade 1, $8,250 to $9,400...
Ungraded_______ ____ ________

Fund—
1974
est.

Con.
1975
est.

23
385
425
456
430
156
33

30
380
436
457
441
142
34

26
392
441
455
451
143
43

10
22
253

10
24
253

11
23
254

263
5,403

252
5,281

267

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

14,581
—586

14,526
-5 2 6

14,888
-5 38

Total permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year_______

13,995

14,000

14,35o

U N IT E D S T A T E S

IN F O R M A T IO N

AGENCY
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedu le
of
P ermanent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e U n it e d S t a t e s I n f o r m a t io n A g e n c y
1973
actual

1974
est.

1975
est.

G S -1 8 .........................................
GS-17______ ________ ________
G S -1 6 ................ ........................
GS-15..........................................
GS-14..........................................
GS-13...........................................
GS-12............................................
G S -1 1 .................. .......................
GS-10...................................... .
G S -9 ............................................
GS-8..............................................
G S-7.....................................
G S -6.............................................
G S-5........................................ G S -4 .............................................
G S -3 .............................................
GS-2. ..........................................
Grades established b y Public
Law 90-194 (22 U .S.C. 1221
etseq.) comparable to For­
eign Service Officer grades:
Foreign Service information
officer:
Class 1...................................
Class 2...................................
Class 3...................................
Class 4...................................
Class 5........................ ..........
Class 6 ..... ...........................
Class 7 ..................................
Class 8...................................
Grades established b y the
Foreign Service A ct of 1046,
as amended (22 U .S.C. 8011158):
Foreign Service Reserve of­
ficer:
Class 1................... ............. Class 2_____ ________ ____
Class 3...................................
Class 4...................................
Class 5...................................
Class 6...................................
Class 7 . . ................................
Class 8 . . ...............................
Foreign Service staff officer:
Class 1....................................
Class 3

Executive level I I ...... ................
Executive level IV ....................
Executive level V .......................

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I
I
2

l
l

l
l
2

2

4
1
11
71
138
237
282
248
46
176
46
205
181
203
159
83
26

3
1
11
41
87
182
224
211
44
145
40
189
178
190
155
80
26

3
1
11
41
87
184
224
211
44
145
40
189
178
190
155
80
26

Class
Class
Class
Class
Class
Class
Class

43
142
311
210
101
78
29
7

43
142
311
210
101
78
29
7

7
45
151
138
93
53
71
30

7
72
213
190
130
76
88
33

7
73
215
191
130
76
88
33

35
78
70

35
77
67

35
77
67

1975
est.

4..............................
5...................................
6..................................
7 . . . ............................
8...................................
9...................................
10..................................

40
47
47
40
16
7
1
5,805

39
47
47
40
16
7
1
5,575

39
48
47
40
17
7
1
5,585

T otal permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

9,835
-7 87

9,492
-3 6 4

9,510
-3 64

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year.............

9,048

9,128

9,146

W ATER

43
143
313
220
105
78
31
7

1974
est.

R E S O U R C E S C O U N C IL
1973
actual

R B C , Chairmen, $36,000..........
GS-18............................................
GS-17.................... ......................
GS-16____ ________ ________
G S -1 5 .........................................
GS-14______ _______ _________
GS-13............................................
GS-12...................... ........... .........
G S -1 1 .........................................
GS-10.........................................
G S-9........................................ .
G S -8.............................................
G S-7............................. ................
G S -6 ............................................
G S-5............................. ................
G S-4..............................................

7
1
2
1
8
6
2
1
9
1
3
1
5
2
3
1

Total permanent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

46
-2

T otal permanent em ploy­
ment, end of year, ........

44

1974
est.

1975
est.
6
1
2
1
7
7
2

6

2
2
3
1
5
2
3
2

2
2
3
1
5
2
3
2

1
2
1
7
7
2

46
46
..........- ------- . . .
46

46

1976

EXPLANATION OF SCHEDULES
Part II contains detailed schedules of permanent posi­
tions, which are furnished to the Congress pursuant to
the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended,
excluding waivers thereunder granted by Appropriations
Committees.
Most civilian employees in the Federal Government
are included in one of the following pay systems: Execu­
tive level, general schedule, or Foreign Service. The salary
ranges for the grades in each of these systems are shown
in the following tables. Pay rates for wage board positions
included in the “ungraded” positions are established on
the basis of prevailing rates which vary from area to area.
Salary ranges shown for general schedule (GS) and Foreign
Service (FO, FR or FS) are those which became effective
in October 1974, and for executive levels, those which
became effective in March 1969.
S A L A R Y R A N G E S O F T H E M OST COMMON
C L A S S IF IC A T IO N SY STEM S
[In dollars]
I. Executive levels:
Executive level I _______ __________________ 60,000
Executive level IT______ ____ _____ ________ 42,500
Executive level I I I _____ ____ _______ _______ 40,000
Executive level IV ...................................... ......... 38,000
Executive level V ...................... ........................... 36,000
II. General schedule:
GS-18.............. .............................. ................. .
36,000
GS-17........................ ........................................... . 36,000
GS-16.................................................... 34,607 to 36,000
GS-15___________ ________ ____ _ 29,818 to 36,000
GS-14..................... ................................. 25,581 to 33,258
GS-13.....................................................21,816 to 28,359
GS-12................................ ..................... 18,463 to 23,998
GS-11................... .................... ............ . 15,481 to 20,125
GS-10............... ..................... ................ 14,117 to 18,356
G S-9_______ ____________________12,841 to 16,693
G S-8_______ ________ ___________ 11,640 to 15,132
G S-7...................................................... 10,520 to 13,679
G S-6................................ ........................ 9,473 to 12,317
G S -5 ...................................................
8,500 to 11,047
G S-4........................................................ 7,596 to 9,873
G S-3...................... .......................... .
6,764 to 8,789
GS-2__.................................................. . 5,996 to 7,796
G S-1_______ ____________________ 5,294 to 6,878
II I. Foreign Service (Foreign Service Officer (FO) or
Reserve (F R )):
FO or F R -1 ...... .................................................... 36,000
FO or F R -2....................................... 34,373 to 36,000
FO or F R -3 ............... ........................... 27,221 to 32,663
FO or F R - 4 . .. ................... .................. 21,816 to 26,178
FO or F R -5 - ......................................... 17,726 to 21,272
FO or F R -6 ......................................... 14,628 to 17,556
FO or F R -7 _____________ ________ 12,285 to 14,745
FO or F R - 8 - ............................... ......... 10,520 to 12,626
Foreign Service staff (F S ):
F S -1 ____ _____ ______________ _
27,221 to 35,384
F S -2 _____________ _______ _______ 21,816 to 28,359
F S -3 ____________________________ 17,726 to 23,045
F S -4 ....................................................... 14,628 to 19,020
F S -5 ....................... .......................... . 13,114 to 17,047
F S -6 ________ ______ ________ ____ 11,758 to 15,286
F S -7 ________ ___________________ 10,541 to 13,700
F S -8 ............ ........................................... 9,450 to 12,285
F S -9 .......... ............................................ 8,473 to 11,011
F S - 1 0 ................... ................... ............. 7,596 to 9,873

Note.— In the general schedule grades and certain
other positions, the pay scales shown in the schedules
m ay be exceeded when pay rates in the private sector
for comparable occupations in one or more areas or
locations are substantially above the statutory rates. In
such cases, the Civil Service Commission has authority to

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permit a higher entrance level (not to exceed the maximum
pay step prescribed by statute) and add a corresponding
number of steps above the stated pay range.
The following pages display schedules of permanent
positions for each of the three branches of Government.
The schedules relate to positions established for full-time
employment without time limit, and to any others
occupied for a year or more. Authorized positions as of the
end of the year are counted, whether filled or unfilled at
that time; positions abolished during the year are not
counted. Each schedule contains a listing of the grades of
authorized positions and the total number in each grado
as illustrated below:
SALARIES AND EXPENSES
1974
actual
Executive level I V ........................
Executive level V .........................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
0

1
5

1
5

6

6

G S -1 8 ......................................
G S -1 7 ............................. ...............
GS-16..............................................
GS-15........................................... .
GS-14.______ _______________
GS-13........................ .....................
GS-12............. ................................
GS-11........ .......... ........................
G S -1 0 ..._____ ________ _____ _
GS-9............................ ............. .
G S - 8 - _______ _____ _________
GS-7— ............... - ........................
G S-6....................................... .
GS-5______ _________________
GS-4____________ _____ ______
GS-3............. - .............................
GS-2........................................ .

4
1
20
34
38
25
12
7
17
5
46
19
19
14
7
4

1
4
1
20
38
46
27
16
7
23
5
48
19
23
17
10
4

1
4
1
21
47
56
37
26
7
30
5
57
21
25
21
12
4
375

S u b to t a l...........................

S u b to t a l...... .........................

272

309

U ngraded........................................

7

7

8

T otal perm anent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30..........

285
—9

322
—8

389
—8

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year ............

276

314

381

Grades are reflected in the stub column; the most
commonly used grade series, general schedule, is abbre­
viated “G S -__ ” Salary ranges are shown only when the
grades are unique to a single agency or bureau (e.g.,
physicians and nurses schedules within the Department
of Medicine and Surgery, Veterans Administration) or
where a grade is identified only by title. In the latter
case, the title of each grade and the basic salary range is
listed. Classification systems with the same salary ranges
as the general schedule are so noted. A subtotal line is
shown for executive level positions as well as for each
separate series of positions, whenever mere than one
position is shown in these categories. Two additional
lines provide for deducting the number of unfilled positions
to arrive at the total employment in permanent positions
at the end of the year.

1976

PERMANENT POSITIONS
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
O F F IC E O F TEC H N O LO G Y
ASSESSM EN T

CAPITOL GROUNDS
1974
actual

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I I I . ................
Executive level IV ......................

1
1

1
1

1
1

S u b to ta l..................................

2

2

2

U ngraded positions.....................

40

54

62

T o tal perm an en t positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

32

56

O f f ic e o f t h e A r c h it e c t o f t h e C a p it o l
s a l a r ie s

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

S tatu to ry :
A rchitect....................................
A ssistant arch itect..................
Executive assistant ..............
A dm inistrative officer___
Coordinating engineer..........
General counsel.......................

1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1

S u b to ta l.................................

6

6

6

GS-15 ..........................................
G S - 1 4 ...........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12........ ..................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10..............................................
G S-9................................................
G S-8....................................
G S-7................................................
G S - 6 . . ..........................................
G S - 5 ..............................................
G S - 4 ............................................

4
3
8
7
3
1
8
4
4
6
5
1

4
3
8
7
3
1
9
4
4
6
7
1

4
3
8
9
3
1
10
4
4
6
8
1

54

57

61

U n g r a d e d .. .................................

4

3

5

T o tal p erm anent positions.

64

66

72

C a p it o l B u il d in g s a n d G r o u n d s
c a p it o l b u i l d i n g s

1974
actual
S tatu to ry : Supervising engi­
neer ........................................
GS-15................. ..........................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.................................... .........
G S -9 ..............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5............................................. .
U ngraded......................................
T o tal perm anent positions.

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1975
est.

1976
est.

3
4
3

1
1
3
4
3

1
1
3
4
3

2

2

2

4
1
1

4
1
1

4
1
1

2
202

2
202

224

224

9

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
75
78

1
1

1
1

1
75

1
75

78

78

1974
actual

1975
est.

GS-15________ ____ _________

1

1

G S-8_______________________
G S-7_______________________
G S-6_______________________
G S-5________________ ______
U ng rad ed -------- -------------------

1
______
2
I
67

1

GS-12__________ ____

T o tal perm anent positions-

1

1976
est.

1

1

1

1

1
1
l

73

1
1
l

67

67

73

73

SENATE OFFICE BUILDINGS
1974
actual

64

A R C H I T E C T O F T H E C A P IT O L

______

T otal p erm anent positions.

42
56
64
-1 0 --------- ............

T o tal perm an en t em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r...........

S u b to ta l___

GS-15.............................................
GS-13..................... ........................
G S -1 2 ...........................................
G S-5__________ ____ ________
U ngraded......................................

L ib r a r y B u il d in g s a n d G r o u n d s
STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL CARE

S tatu to ry : S uperintendent.......
GS-15........ ............................. .
G S -1 4 ...........................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11______________________
GS-10................. .......................G S -9 .............................................
G S-8............................................
GS-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S -4 .............................................
U ngraded......................................

1
1
2
3
2
4
9
2
9
1
14
1
402

T otal perm anent positions.

451

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
2
4
4
3
9
2
8
1
15

1
1
2
4
4
3
9
2
8
1
15

438

438

488

488

_

B O T A N IC G A R D E N
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

GS-13______________________
GS-12______________________
GS-11______________________
G S-6___________________ — G S-5_______________________
G S-4_______________________
U ngraded___________________
T o tal perm anent positions,

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
1
1
1
51

1
1
1
1
2
1
50

1
1
1
1
2
1
50

57

57

57

SENATE GARAGE
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

L IB R A R Y OF C O N G RESS

..................................

7

7

7

T o tal perm anent positions.

7

7

7

U ngraded

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s
1974
actual

1976
est.

1975
est.

HOUSE OFFICE BUILDINGS
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

S tatu tory: S uperin ten d en t.. .
GS-15.............................................
G S -1 4 .........................................
GS-13.............................................
G S-11............................................
G S -9 .............................................
GS-8...............................................
GS-7..............................................
GS-6...............................................
G S - 5 ...........................................
G S-4...............................................
U ngraded......................................

1
l
1
1
1
7
3
6
7
5
2
659

1
i
1
1
1
7
3
7
6
5
2
661

1
1
1
1
1
7
3
7
6
5
2
661

T o tal perm anent positions.

694

696

696

CAPITOL POWER PLANT
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

2
202

GS-14.............................................
GS-5...............................................
GS-4...............................................
U ngraded......................................

1
1
3
87

1
1
2
88

1
1
2
88

224

T o tal p erm anent positions.

92

92

92

Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
2

1
2

1
2

Subtotal..................................

3

3

3

Positions a t rates established
un d e r 5 U .S.C . 3104(a)(7):
$32,806 to $36,000-...............
GS-18 ..............................................- ........................
GS-17................. ...........................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9................... ...........................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S -4 .................................. ...........
G S-3—...........................................
G S-2.........................- ....................
G S-1.................................................

8
8
36
36
83
163
221
381
443
29
440
124
498
313
544
386
174
18
2

8
7
37
38
99
163
239
411
494
27
421
136
596
305
469
347
186
16
1

8
8
43
41
106
179
255
429
535
27
481
140
616
312
514
375
187
16
1

S ubtotal..............................

3,809

3,992

4,265

U ngraded positions....................

245

247

249

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

4,155
-6 1

4,250
-6 4

4,525
-6 8

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year___ . . .

4,094

4,186

4,457

1976

1974
actual

G O V E R N M E N T P R IN T IN G O F F I C E

1975
est.

O f f ic e o f S u p e r in t e n d e n t o f D o c u m e n t s
U n g ra d e d ....................................
H o u rly ______________ _____ 5,433

SALARIES AND EXPENSES
1974
actual
Grades a n d perm anent posi­
tions established in accord­
ance w ith 44 U .S.C . 305,
com parable to GS grades:
G G - 1 8 ....................................
G O -16_____________ ____ _
G G - 1 5 ......................... ..........
G G-14.......................................
G G -13__________ ________ _
G G - 1 2 ...................................
G G -11.......... ............... ............
G G -1 0 ......................................
G G -9 _________ ___________
G G -8 ........ ............................. G G -7 --................... .................
G G -6__................................
G G - 5 . . . . ..................... .............
G G -4 _____________ _______
G G - 3 .......................................
G G -2 ............ ...........................
H o u rly ............................................

1
1
1
6
7
14
20
11
45
20
106
94
220
171
240
7
521

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
6
7
14
21
11
52
20
109
94
220
174
250
7
607

1
1
1
6
7
14
21
11
52
20
109
94
220
174
250
7
495

T o tal perm an en t positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

1,485
-8 0

1,595
-3 2 8

1,483
-2 0 0

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r.............

1,405

1,267

1,283

R e v o l v in g F u n d
1974
actual
P ublic P rin te r, $38,000...............
D e p u ty public printer, $36,000.

1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1

1
1

S ubtotal-.................................
Grades an d p erm anent posi­
tions established in accord­
ance w ith 44 U .S .C . 305,
com parable to GS grades:
G G -18..................................... .
G G -1 7 ......................................
G G -1 6 --....................................
G G -15 ........................................
G G-14 _ ......................................
G G -13........................................
G G -12...................................... .
G G -11 ..........................
G G -10 ..........................
G G -9 ...........................
G G -8 -.................................. —
G G -7 ...........................
G G -6 ..........................................
’ G G - 5 .........................................
G G 4 - .......................................
G G -3 ..........................................
G G -2 - .........................
G G -1 . .........................

1
4
10
19
46
110
205
116
6
59
16
68
102
163
280
229
24
1

1
4
11
17
48
115
235
125
6
65
17
72
111
199
295
246
50
9

1
4
11
17
48
115
235
125
6
80
17
72
111
199
295
246
50
9

S u b to tal..................................

1,459

1,626

1,641

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1976
est.

210

210

1974
actual

210

5,210

5,220

T otal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30____

7,104
—705

7,048
-424

7,073
-424

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year______

6,399

6,624

6,649

G E N E R A L A C C O U N T IN G O F F IC E
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
C om ptroller General, $42,500.
D e p u ty comptroller general,
$40,000...........................................
General counsel, $38,000..............
Executive level IV ........................

1975
est.

1

1

1

1
1
3

1
1
4

1
1
4

Subtotal....................................

6

7

7

GS-18........ ......................................
GS-17...............................................
GS-16........ ......................................
GS-15...............................................
GS-14. _............................................
GS-13...............................................
GS-12...............................................
GS-11...... .........................................
GS-10....................... .......................
GS-9.................................................
GS-8— ............................................
G S-7.................................................
G S-6.................................................
GS-5.................................................
G S-4.................................................
G S-3.................................................
G S-2.................................................

13
28
49
266
542
719
746
770
12
560
68
371
235
352
292
117
17

14
32
44
290
568
750
779
745
14
596
70
426
275
380
305
106
8

14
32
44
315
588
775
809
765
15
623
67
458
305
410
300
105
5

S ubto tal....................................

5,157

5,402

5,630

U n g ra d e d........................................

44

42

42

T o tal perm anent positions___
U nfilled positions, June 30..........

5, 207
-134

5,451
-3 5

5,679
-1 9

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of y ear...............

5,073

5,416

5,660

C O ST -A C C O U N T IN G S T A N D A R D S
BOARD
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V .................. .

4
2

4
2

4
2

Subtotal.................................

6

6

6

1976
est.

G S-17._____________________
G S - 1 6 ..........................................
GS-15.......... ..................................
G S -1 4 ............................... ..........
GS-13.......... ............ ............. .
GS-12....................... ................. .
GS-11.............................- ..............
G S -9-............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7_____________ __________
G S-6....................... .......................

5
7
6
2
1
1
1
1
5
6

5
8
5
4
1

5
8
6
4

1
1
5
5
1

1
1
5
5
1

S ubtotal..................................

35

36

36

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30

1976
est.

1975
est.

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r ............

41
42
42
- 4 .................. ..........
42

37

42

U N IT E D S T A T E S T A X C O U R T
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

1974
actual
Judges, $40,000 ..............................
Positions established under sec­
tion 7456(c), 1RS Code of
1974, as amended:
Commissioners, $36,000............
GS-18...........................................
G S -1 7 ........................................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14...........................................
G S -1 3 .........................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11...........................................
GS-10...........................................
G S-9.............................................
G S-8.............................................
G S-7.............................................
G S-6.............................................
G S-5.............................................
GS-4.............................................
G S-3.............................................
G S-2.............................................
U ngraded....................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

19

19

19

7
1
1
1
4
4
15
20
11
1
27
25
10
13
18
9
4
1
2

7
1
2
0
3
3
21
18
7
14
33
9
8
12
18
9
4
1
2

7
1
o
2
3
3
26
16
8
18
36
3
7
12
18
9
4
1
2

T otal perm anent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30..........

193
-2 1

193
-8

197
-8

T otal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year...............

172

185

189

1976

THE JUDICIARY
SU P R E M E CO URT O F T H E
U N IT E D S T A T E S

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e S u p r e m e C o u r t o f t h e U n it e d S t a t e s
1974
actual
Special positions a t annual
rates:
$62,500: Chief J u stice..............
$60,000: Associate justice........
$40,000: A d m in istrativ e ass is ta n t.....................................
$37,500: C lerk...........................
$34,500: R ep o rter. ................
$32,000: L ib ra ria n ....................
$31.600: M arshal.......................
G rades established b y the
Suprem e C ourt:
$32,800 to $36,000. - .................
$28,139 to $36,000......................
$23,998 to $31,195.....................
$21,329 to $27,727........... .........
$20,536 to $25,066......... ............
$20,309 to $26,398......................
$17,214 to $21,744......................
$17,029 to $22,138....................
$15,529 to $20,192......................
$14,194 to $18,724......................
$14,125 to $18,362.................... .
$12,804 to $16,645......................
$11,572 to $15,047......................
$11,476 to $16,006......................
$10,570 to $15,100......................
$10,420 to $13,549......................
$9,350 to $12,152....... ................
$8,356 to $10,860........................
$7,440 to $9,668.-.....................
R ate of $18,500..........................
R ate of $8,500............................

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfllled positions, June 30.......

1
8

1
8

1
8

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

1
4
3
7
1
8
2
7
6
4
11
16
18
1
44
9
19
8
30
27
4

1
4
6
7
1
9
2
9
6
4
11
17
18
1
44
12
19
8
30
27
4

1
4
6
7
1
9
3
9
6
5
11
17
18
1
60
14
19
39

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30___

244
-7

254
-5

275
-5

T o tal perm anent employ­
m en t, end of year ..........

237

249

270

27
4

C a r e o f t h e B u il d in g s a n d G r o u n d s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

1974
actual

1976
est.

2
1
2
1

2
1
0
1

2
1
2
1

24

29

29

J S P -6 .........................................
J S P -5 .................................. .
J S P - 4 ........................................
J S P -2 .........................................
Subtotal................................. .

1976
est.

1975
est.

1975
est.

31
36
36
- 3 --------- --------36

28

36

33

C U STO M S CO U R T
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Special positions a t annual
rates:
$40,000: Judge...........................
$30,000: Clerk of court............

9
1

9
1

9
1

S ubtotal.................................

10

10

10

Grades established by Judicial
Conference of the U nited
States, comparable to GS
grades:
JS P -15........................................
JSP-14........................................
JSP-13........................................
JS P -12.......... .............................
JS P -11......................................
JS P -10.......................................
J S P - 9 . . . . ..................................
J S P - 8 . .. ....................................
J S P -7 .............................- ...........
J S P -6 ..........................................
J S P -5 .........................................
J S P - 4 . . . ....................................

13
10
2
5
3
13
8
13
12
20
13

15
7
1
6
1
15
2
14
9
17
22
3

15
7
1
6
1
15
2
14
9
17
22
3

112

112

112

T otal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.

122
-7

122
-2

122

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

115

120

122

33

CO U R T O F C L A IM S
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1976
est.

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

Special positions a t annual
rates:
$42,500: Judge...........................
$36,000: Chief technical ad­
v i s e r .. . ..................................
$30,000: Clerk of c o u rt.............
S u b to tal________________
Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of th e U nited
States, comparable to GS
grades:
JS P -1 4 ..............................
JS P -1 3_______________
JSP-12________
...
JSP-11.......................
JSP-10.......... .......................... "
J S P -9 ..................... ... .
J S P -8 ..................... ' _____
J S P -7 .............................

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1975
est.

Special
rates:
$42,500:
$36,000:
$30,000:

1976
est.

positions

at

annual

Judge..............................
Commissioner_______
Clerk of court................

5

5

1
1

1
1

1
1

7

7

7

1
2
4
l
3
5
1
1

1
3
9

1
»
9

6
i
1
2

6
1
1
2

__

95
-1

95
-1

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year...........

91

94

94

COURT
OF
AP PEA LS,
C O U R T S, A N D O T H E R
S E R V IC E S

D IS T R IC T
JU D I C I A L

1975
est.

1976
est.

Special positions a t annual
rates:
$42,500: C ircuit judgeship___
$40,000: D istrict ju d g e sh ip ...

97
400

97
400

97
400

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

497
—20

497
-1 5

497
-1 5

T otal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

477

482

482

S a l a r i e s o f S u p p o r t in g P e r s o n n e l
1975
est.

1976
est.

Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of the U nited
States, comparable to GS
grades:
JS P -15........................................
JS P -14 ....................... ...............
JS P -13........................................
JS P -12........................................
JS P -11........................................
JS P -10........................................
JS P -9 ..........................................
JS P -8 ..........................................
J S P -7 ..........................................
J S P -6 ..........................................
J S P -5 ..........................................
JS P -4 ..........................................
JS P -3 ..........................................
J S P -2 ..........................................
U ngraded..................................

7
72
122
783
727
701
919
283
396
438
857
433
20
13
533

7
72
122
784
786
713
1,255
283
500
439
1,103
433
20
13
535

14
72
127
1,118
995
725
905
288
641
441
1,216
433
20
13
554

S u b to tal..............................

6,304

7,065

7,562

Less: Positions show n above
paid from “ Salaries and expenses of referees” ...................

-156

-197

-197

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

6,148
-3 2 9

6,868
-367

7,365
-365

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

5,819

6,501

7,000

R e p r e s e n t a t i o n b y C o u r t -A p p o i n t e d C o u n ­
s e l a n d O p e r a t io n o f D e f e n d e r O r g a n i­
z a t io n s

7
15

1

S ubtotal.................................
5

94
-3

1974
actual

Subtotal...................................

C O U R T O F C U STO M S A N D
PATENT APPEA LS

1974
actual

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions. June 30

1974
actual

U n g raded ......................................
33

1976
est.

S a l a r ie s o f J u d g e s

OS-12......................................
G S-5....................... .......................

T o tal p erm anent positions.

1975
est.

7
15

1974
actual

1

23

Grades established by Judicial
Conference of the U nited
States, comparable to GS
grades:
JS P -14 ........ ..............................
JS P -13.......................................
J S P -1 2 ......................................
JS P -1 1 ......................................
JS P -1 0 .......................................
JS P -9 .........................................
JS P -8 .........................................
JS P -7 ______ ______ _______ _
J S P - 6 ........................................
JS P -5 ........................................
JS P -4 .................................. .
JS P -2 .........................................

2
4
3
17
7
13
4
7
1
1
4
8

2
4
3
17
7
13
4
8
1
1
4
8

2
4
3
17
7
13
4
8
1
1
4
8

Subtotal...................................

71

72

72

1975
est.

1976
est.

Grades established b y Judicial
Conference of th e U nited
States, com parable to GS
grades:
JS P -12 ........................................
JS P -11........................................
JS P -10........................................
J S P -9 ..........................................
JS P -8 ..........................................
J S P - 7 . . - . ..................................
JS P -6 ..........................................
J S P -5 ..........................................
J S P -4 ..........................................
U n graded ..................................

1
10
1
4
6
10
20
14
3
83

1
10
2
7
11
14
24
10
4
100

1
10
2
8
11
15
24
10
4
101

T otal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

152
-2 2

183

186
............

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar.............

130

183

186

1976

COURT
OF
APPEA LS,
C O U R T S, A N D O T H E R
S E R V I C E S — Continued

D IS T R IC T
JU D IC IA L

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s o f U n it e d S t a t e s
M a g is t r a t e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

A d m in is t r a t iv e O f f ic e o f t h e U n it e d
S t a te s C ourts
1974
actual

1975
est.

Special positions a t annual
rates:
$30,000: U.S. m agistrate___
$20,000: TT.S. m agistrate.........
$16,000: U .S. m agistrate.........

1976
est.

1
1

1
1

1
1

Subtotal..................................

2

2

2

GS-18______________________
G S -1 7 ............................................
GS-16.......................................
G S-15............................................
GS-14........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
G S-11............................. ...... .
GS-10— ........................................
G S-9...............................................
G S -8 .............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S - 4 .............................................
G S-3_______________________

1
4
1
12
15
17
12
17
3
25
7
47
42
29
17
9

1
4
1
14
17
24
18
21
3
29
8
49
47
34
18
9

1
4
1
17
28
38
32
34
3
41
12
64
56
42
24
9

S ubtotal..................................

256

297

408

U ngraded.......................................

17

17

17

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

277
-6

316
-7

425
-1 2

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of y e ar.............

271

309

413

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101
1
1

110
1
1

128
1
1

Special positions a t rates es­
tablished b y th e Judicial
Conference:
$31,650: Referee in bank­
ru p tc y ..................................
Grades established by Judicial
Conference of the U nited
States, com parable to GS
grades:
JS P -1 2 .............. ..........................
JS P -11 ............ ....................... .
J S P - 1 0 ... ..................................
J S P -9 ................ .........................
JS P -8 .............. ...........................
J S P -7 .........................................
JS P -S .........................................
J S P -5 ___ ____ ______ ______
J S P - 4 .________ ___________
J S P -3 ...................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

189

189

189

3
11
20
39
108
113
147
174
168
40

3
11
20
39
108
113
147
174
168
40

3
11
20
39
108
113
188
174
168
40

.........................

103

112

130

Grades established by Judicial
Conference of th e U nited
States, com parable to GS
grades:
J S P - 1 1 ... ..................................
J S P -8 ................ .........................
J S P -7 ..........................................
J S P -6 ..........................................
J S P -5 ..........................................
J S P -4 ........ .................................

1
70
26
65
38
6

1
79
26
74
38
6

1
97
26
92
38
6

S ubtotal..................................

206

224

260

T o tal perm anent positions
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30 . . .

1,012
-4 5

1,012
-3 6

1,053
-3 8

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30___

309
—22

336
-1 5

390
-1 5

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r..............

967

976

1,015

T otal perm anent cmploym en t, end of year.............

287

321

375

S ubtotal
Special positions a t annual
rates:
$40,000: D irector.......................
$36,000: D ep u ty director

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s o f R e f e r e e s
( S p e c ia l F u n d )

F E D E R A L JU D I C I A L C E N T E R
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

C o m m is s io n o n R e v is io n o f t h e F ed er a l
C o u r t A p p e l l a t e S y s t e m o f t h e U n it e d
States
1974
actual
U ngraded................. ....................

5

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

5
—1

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r . ..........

4

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

5

GS-10_____________ _____ _
G S-9_______ _____ __________
G S-8.......... ....................................
G S - 7 ................................... .........
G S - 6 ............................................
G S-5................... ..........................
G S-4.................................. ...........
U n graded.......................................

1
3
3
1
1
3
1
35

1
3
4
1
1
3
1
38

1
3
4
1
1
3
1
41

5
5
—1 .......... .

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30.........

48
-5

52
-2

55
-2

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of y e a r..............

43

50

53

1975
est.

1976
est.
5

4

5

1976

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
T H E W H IT E H O U S E O F F IC E

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1

T H E D O M E ST IC C O U N C IL
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

Executive level I I ...................
GS-17......................................
GS-16.............................................
OS-15..............................
GS-14.............................. ..............
GS-13.........................................
US-12.............................................
O S - 1 1 ............................
OS-IO.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8.......................................
O S-7...............................................
OS-6...............................................
U S-5....................................
OS-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
U ngraded ..................................
T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

14

14
1
2
7
11
16
22
27
28
39
44
68
74
36
21
4
126

14
1
2
7
11
16
22
27
27
37
32
66
72
36
21
4
95

3
7
11
16
22
27
28
39
35
67
73
36
21
4
94

GS-6...............................................
GS-5...............................................
GS-3
...........................,

1
2
1

1
2
1

S u b to tal.................................

21

21

19

22

22

24

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30__

46
-9

46

46
..........

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r__ - _

37

46

46

U ngraded....................................

C O U N C IL ON E N V IR O N M E N T A L Q U A L ­
I T Y A N D O F F IC E O F E N V IR O N ­
M E N T A L Q U A L IT Y

506
540
500
................. ............. ..........

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year...........

506

540

500

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
2

1
2

1
2

..........

3

3

3

GS-18.......................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15......................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13 ..........................................
GS-11............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8.............................................
G S - 7 ...........................................
G S-6.............................................
GS-4
..
. . . .

1
1
7
4
3
4
2
4
4
4
1
2

1
1
7
4
3
4
2
4
4
4
1

1
1
6
3
2
4

37

37

31

10

10

10

50
50
-6 ... — -

44
-- ------

Executive level I I ..................
Executive level IV
S u b to ta l..

E X E C U T I V E R E S ID E N C E
O p e r a t in g E x p e n s e s

U ngraded positions at annual
rates .........................................
U neraded positions a t hourly
rates...........................................

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

48

48

48

27

38

38

Total perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

75
-5

86
-4

86
-4

T otal perm anent employment, end of year

70

82

82

U n g ra d e d ...

30

Total perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Juno 30___

30
-1

Total perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e a r . .

.

29

S ubtotal _ . .
U ngraded......................................
T otal perm anent positions.
U niilled positions, June 30__
T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r...........

1975
est.

1976
est.

30

30

30

30

30

C O U N C IL O F ECO N O M IC A D V I S E R S
S a l a r i e s A xi) E x p e n s e s

Executive level TI_.
Executive level IV .

1
o

S u b to ta l.. __

GS-13.................
OS-12
OS-11 .
.
G S-10.. . .
GS-9
.. .
U S-8.
.
GS-7-

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- . -

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3

1
1
3
3
1
7
1

1
2

2

50

44

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

30

1976
est.

30

30

30
- 2 ...

30

30
-----

28

30

3U

N A T IO N A L S E C U R I T Y C O U N C IL
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

G S-18............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
G S -1 0 ..........................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................

4
4
3
S
9
4
4
6
4
12
9
4
5
3

4
7
1
6
5
2
4
3
5
16
6
7
3
3

4
7
1
6
5
2
4
3
5
16
6
7
4
2

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 ... .

79
-1 0

72
-2

72
-2

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

69

70

VU

O F F IC E O F M A N A G EM EN T AN D
BUD GET

1976
est.

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
6
3

1
1
6
3

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
Executive level I I ...................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................
S u b to tal................................

1975
est.

4
3
3

T otal perm anent positions..
Unfilled positions, June 30. . . .

C O U N C IL ON IN T E R N A T IO N A L
ECO N O M IC P O L IC Y

30

1974
actual

44

9

U ngraded............................ ..........

1975
est.

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

S P E C IA L A S S I S T A N C E TO T H E
P R E S ID E N T
1974
actual

.

1974
actual

GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13
..............................
GS-12.............................................
G S -1 1 ...........................................
GS-10.............................................
O S-9...............................................
U S-8...............................................
U S - 7 .............................................
U S-6...............................................
G S-3...............................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
2

1
2

1

..

.
5
2
1
2
3
2
1
2
1
5
9

3

4

5
2
1
4
1

5
?

4
1
1

3
1
1
2

9

1
3
3

1
2

1
2

3

3

1
1
4
2
1
7
1

1
1
4

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30. „ .

29
_2

31

1
7
1

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

27

31

S u b to tal..... .........................

1
27

28

1

3
1

1

3
3
-----

Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

level I I .....................
level I I I .....................
level IV ......................
level V ____ _______

1
1
6
3

Subtotal..................................

11

11

11

GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16..............................................
GS-15........ .....................................
GS-14__________ ___________GS-13................................ -...........
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10................... - ........................
G S-9...............................................
GS-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
GS-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
GS-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................

14
19
41
108
89
64
37
35
14
43
57
54
33
12
10
1

14
18
41
108
89
64
37
35
14
43
57
59
28
14
10
1

14
18
41
108
89
64
3/
35
14
43
57
59
28
14
10
1
632

Subtotal....... ..........................

631

632

26

U ngraded......................................

18

18

18

. ..

30

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30----

660
-5 4

661
-4 3

661
—21

30

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year..............

606

618

Ö4U

1976

1974
actual

O F F IC E O F M A N A G EM EN T AN D
B U D G E T — Continued

1975
est.

1976
est.

1974
actual

Unfilled positions, June 30..
O f f i c e o f F e d e r a l P r o c u r e m e n t P o l ic y
T o tal perm anent employ­
m en t, end of year.............
1974
actual

1975
est.

Executive level IV ......................
GS-15.................................... .
GS-14........ ....................................
GS-10..............................................
G S-9...... .........................................
G S-8..............................................
G S - 7 - ............................................

1
12
2
1
3
4
2

1
11
2
1
3
3
1

T o tal p erm anent positions.

25

22

U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30___
T o tal p erm an en t em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r ............

---------

22

---------

22

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
level I ...............................
level n ......................
level I I I ...........................
level I V ......................

1975
est.

1976
est.
1

1

1 ...
2
2
2 . . . ----- ---------

S u b to tal..................................

3

G S -1 8 ........................................
GS-17........ — _______ ________
GS-16_________ _____ _______
GS-15_____ _____ _____ _____ _
GS-14_____ _____ ___________
GS-13________ _______ ______
GS-12______________________
GS-11_______ ______________
GS-10........ - _____ ___________
GS-9____ ________________ —
GS-8____ ___________________
G S-7_______________________
G S-6_________ ______ - .............
G S-5—................................ ..........
G S-4._................... .......................
G S-3________ ____ __________
G S-2_______________________

2
3
3
5
2
2
3
4
1
4
4
2
3
2
1
.

1

3

3

2
2
3
3
3
3
5
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
1
1
4
4
5
5
4
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
----- ---------

Su b to tal..................................

42

42

42

T o tal p erm anent positions.

45

45

45

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45

O F F I C E O F T E L E C O M M U N IC A T IO N S
P O L IC Y
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
9
2
2
2
2

1976
est.
3

10
1
1
-

.
4
3
5
1

5

T o ta l p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

34
............

30
-1 5

T o ta l perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r_____

34

15

6

-3

O F F IC E O F T H E S P E C IA L R E P R E S E N T A T I V E F O R T R A D E N E G O T IA T IO N S

Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

39

1976
est.

GS-16___________ ___________
GS-15...... .......................................
GS-14_____________ _____ — .
GS-13......................................... ...
GS-12__________ ______ _____
GS-11__________ ______ _____
G S-10-........ - ..........................— - . .
G S-9____ ___ ____ ___________
G S-8.......... ...............- ..................
G S-7____________ _______ — .
G S-4........ ...........— .....................

1975
est.

Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level IV ......................

1
1

1
1

1
1

S u b to tal.................................

2

2

2

GS-18_____________ _________
G S-17............................ ..........GS-16______________________
GS-15......................... .................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13..................... ............- .........
GS-12................. ......................
GS-11_________ ____________
GS-10......................................
G S-9__________ ____________
G S-8— - ......................... - ............
G S -7 ......... - .........- ............ ...........
G S-6________ ______________
G S-4..............................................

3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
14
17
12
3
6
4
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
3
2
3
3
4
6
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2 ............ ---------

............................

49

57

45

U ngraded......................................

1

1

1

Subtotal

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___
T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e a r_____

52
60
48
- 7 ............ --------45

60

48

S P E C I A L A C T IO N O F F IC E FO R D R U G
A B U S E P R E V E N T IO N
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

C O U N C IL ON W A G E A N D P R IC E
S T A B IL IT Y
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
E xecutive level IV ..................................
Executive level V .................................

Executive le v e l'll- .....................
GS-18_________ ____________
G S-17....................................... -

1
1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1
1

1976
est.
1
1

1
1

S u b to tal...............................................

2

2

GS-18..................... ....................................
........
G S -1 7 -.................................... .
GS-16________________ ______ ____
GS-15........................................— ____
GS-14........ ..................................... ........
GS-13..................................................... .
GS-12...... ....................................... .........
GS-11............................................. ........
GS-10_________ _____________ ____
GS-9 . . . ..............................................
GS-8— ..........— ................ ........ ........
GS-7___________ _____ ______ ____
GS-6........ ............ ..........- ....................
GS-5........ ................. ..................................
GS-4........................................... _ ____

1
1
3
7
4
4
2
3
1
2
3
2
2
2
2

1
2
2
7
4
5
3
1
1
3
3
2
1
2
2

S ubtotal................................................
1974
actual

1975
est.

T otal p erm anent positions...............
Unfilled positions, June 30___ ____ T o tal perm anent employ­
m e n t, end of year______

39

39

41

41
-4 1

—.....

1976

FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT
1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e A g e n c y f o r I n t e r n a t io n a l D e v e l ­
1975
est.

Positions established b y A ct of
Septem ber 4, 1961 (75 Stat.
477):
Executive level I I _________
Executive level I I I ________
Executive level IV _________
Executive level V __________

1
1
9
2

1
13
10

1
6
3

1
6
3

l

Subtotal ............................

24

10

10

9

Foreign
Service
reserve
officer:
F R - 1 - ....................................F R - 2 - .....................................
F R -3 .......................................
F R -4 .......................................
F R - 5 - ............................... ...
F R -6 ..............- .......................
F R - 7 - .....................................
F R -8 ........................................

S u b to tal____ _____ ______

13

155
480
952
800
310
30
71
1

113
368
749
567
282
28
71
1

109
347
707
536
267
26
66

G rades established b y th e A d­
m inistrator, A gency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent
(22 U .S.C . 2385), com para­
ble to GS grades:
A D -18___ ________________
A D -17_____ ______________
A D -16_____ ______________
A D -15-------- ---------------------A D -14___ ________________
AD-13........... .......................
A D -12___ ________________
A D -11___ ________________
A D -9 _____________________
A D -S____ ________________ 1
A D -7 _____________________
A D -6 ------------------------------- 1
A D -5-------------------------------A D -4 _____________________

S u b to tal...............................

2,799

2 ,179

2,058

1

1

1
9
1

1

12

9
7
19
14
4
5
3
2
4
1

1976
est.

1

12

8
6
18
14
4
5
3
3
4

8
6
17
12
3
4
3
3
4

2

2

1
1

1
1

2
2
1
1

1

S u b to tal________________

73

71

67

GS-18____________________
GS-17____________________
GS-16____________________
GS-15____________________
GS-14------------------------------GS-13------------------------------GS-12------------------------------GS-11------------------------------GS-10------------------------------G S-9-------------------------------G S-8-------------------------------GS-7 --------------------------------G S-6--------------------------------GS-5 --------------------------------GS-4 --------------------------------GS-3 --------------------------------GS-2---------------------------------

1
4
10
201
177
194
145
158
7
142
70
258
221
309
225
64
15

1
4
8
107
176
198
150
130
10
120
65
199
234
309
189
32
2

1
4
7
102
166
187
142
122
10
114
61
188
221
294
178
28
2

S u b to tal-------------------------

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2,201

1,934

1974
actual

1976
est.

Grades established b y the For­
eign Service A ct of 1946, as
am ended (22 U .S.C. 8011158):
Chief of mission:
F A -2 .......................................
F A -3 ............................... .
F A -4 _________ _________

o pm ent

1974
actual

1975
est.

1,827

Foreign Service staff:
F S - 3 - ............. .......................
FS-4..................... .................
FS-5....................................... .
FS -6 .........................................
FS -7 ................. .......................
FS -8 ...... .................................
FS -9.........................................
FS-10...... .............. ............... .
Subtotal ............................

6
4
3
32
19
18
73
59
63
112
106
127
179
152
145
30
14
13
2
7
2
1 --------- --------455

366

346

U ngraded:
Wage-board e m p lo y e e s ..........
Local employees (dollar fund­
e d )_____________________
T ru st funded local employees

26

24

24

2,867
1,762

1,742
2,362

2,167
1,989

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

10,160
1,208

8,700
............

8,500
---------

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year...........

8,961

8,700

8,500

O v e r s e a s P r i v a t e I n v e s t m e n t C o r p o r a t io n
1974
actual
Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level IV ......................

1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1

1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level V ........................

3

3

S u b to tal.................................

5

5

5

14
14
14
15
8
5
5
7
4
11
2
4
5
5
8
10
22
24
11
12
5
3
1 ---------

15
14
7
5
5
3
5
10
22
12
3
---------

GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13............................ ...............
GS-12_...........................................
G S -1 1 -.........................................
G S -1 0 -........ ................. ........... GS-9...............................................
GS-8.............................................G S-7........ .....................................
G S - 6 - .....................- ....................
GS-5...............................................
G S-2...............................................
S u b to ta l......................- .........
U ngraded,

-----

-----

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 3 0 ___
T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year _

3

108

101

101

17

24

24

130
130
130
-2 2 --------- --------108

130

130

I n t e r -A m e r i c a n F o u n d a t io n
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level IV ......................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12........................................... G S -1 1 ................. .........................
GS-10.............................................
G S -9 .............................................
G S -8 ..............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S -...........................- ..................
GS4-3
................

1
1
1
10
3
8
5
7
1
4
5
6
4
3
3

1
1
1
11
4
12
7
5
2
9
2
5
5
3
1
5

1
1
1
10
4
12
7
6

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30-----

62

74

74

62

74

74

T otal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year
-----

9
2
5
5
3
1
5

1976

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to D e p a r t m e n t a l A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

E xecutive level I .........................
E xecutive level I I I ...................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
1
5
2

1
1
5
2

1
1
5
2

S u b to tal.................................

9

9

9

GS-18....................................... .
GS-17............... .......................... .
GS-16....................................... .
GS-15...... .....................................
GS-14............. ...............................
GS-13............................................
GS-12.......................................
GS-11.............................. ..............
GS-10............................ ...............
G S-9...............................................
G S-8........................................... .
G S-7........................................ .
G S-6...............................................
G S-5.................................. ............
G S-4..............................................
G S-3...... ........................... ............
G S-2.................................. ............
G S-1.............................................

6
9
29
129
200
377
374
427
8
251
34
373
189
318
337
183
40
5

6
9
31
139
207
377
399
419
9
251
36
388
190
332
358
191
52
3

6
10
34
134
216
402
468
430
6
259
36
370
204
322
368
201
66
2

S u b to tal.................................

3,289

3,397

3,534

U ngraded......................................

183

185

185

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

3,481
-227

3,591
-2 0 5

3,728
-2 0 5

T otal p erm anent employm en t, end of y ear.............

3,254

3,386

3,523

A G R IC U L T U R A L R E S E A R C H S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm an ent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e A g r i c u l t u r a l R e s e a r c h S e r v ic e
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level V ........................
GS-18.......... ...................................
GS-17........................................... .
GS-16_____________ _________
GS-15......................... ...................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.......................................... .
G S-12............................................
G S -1 1 ............. ............................
GS-10..................... ........................
G S -9 ..................... ........................
G S -8 .............................................
G S-7.................................... ..........
G S-6.............................. .............
G S-5...............................................
G S-4................................ .............
G S -3 .............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1........ ...................................

1
1
5
21
313
569
1,052
960
552
2
769
16
995
201
1,042
610
185
24
7

1
1
5
21
313
569
1,050
960
553
2
770
16
995
201
1,042
610
187
25
7

1
1
5
21
313
569
1,080
995
579
2
788
16
1,021
207
1,068
616
188
25
7

S u b to tal..................................

7,325

7,328

7,502

Positions a t rates established by
act of Ju n e 20,1958 (5 U .S.C .
1161c) : $34,607 to $36,000........ .

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13

13

1974
actual
Positions a t rates established by
act of A pril 24,1948 (21 U .S.C .
113a) : $34,607 to $36,000............
Grades established under the
foreign national pay plan:
Argentina:
FSL-5, $5,471 to $6,557........
France:
FSL-10, $4,872 to $6,856....
F SL-5, $8,075 to $9,842........
FSL-4, $9,145 to $10,941—
F SL-2, $10,589 to $12,087—
Italy:
FSL-6, $3,893 to $5,586....
FSL-5, $5,902 to $7,092____
FSL-2, $9,194 to $10,860....
Kenva:
FSL-5, $3,614 to $5,268—
N etherlands:
FSL-3, $10,213 to $14,178...
FSL-2, $13,186 to $16,954...
Subtotal.
G rades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent,
p u rsu an t to Public Law
665:
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570........
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359........
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997..........
FC -8, $15,604 to $20,090_____
FC -6, $12,934 to $16,610..........

1975
est.

1976
est.

1974
actual

5

5

5

1
2
2

1
2
2

1
2
2

2

2

2

15

15

15

1

2

1
4
5

1

.

2

3
5
3

.

1

1

3
5
3

1

1

12

15

15

Ungraded:
A nnual r a t e s . . .........................
H ourly rates..............................

18
1,391

18
1,391

18
1,442

Subtotal.

Subtotal..............................

1,409

1,409

1,460

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

8,779
—507

8,785
—535

9,010
—535

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r ...........

8,272

8,250

8,475

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-3...............................................
G S -2 ................ ...........................
G S-1................................................

274
55
8

274
00
8

275
55
8

S ubtotal..................................

14,326

14,149

14,184

Grades established u n d e r the
foreign national pay plan:
Mexico:
F S L -9, $7,793 to $9,221.......
F S L -7, $5,959 to $6,920....
FSL-6, $4,837 to $5,925.......
F SL-5, $3,723 to $4,712.......
F SL-4, $2,549 to $3,538____
F SL-3, $2,189 to $2,854.......

3
4
17
56
52
4

3
4
17
56
52
4

3
4
17
56
52
4

136

136

9

9

S ubtotal..............................

136

Grades established b y th e D i­
rector, Agency for In te rn a ­
tional D evelopm ent, p u r­
su an t to P ublic L aw 665:
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570........
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359........

1

1

1

S u b to tal..................................

3

3

3

U ngraded:
A nnual ra te s .............................
H ourly rates..............................

8
437

8
437

8
437

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

14,910
-1 ,0 6 0

14,734
-8 8 4

14,769
-8 8 9

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r..............

13,850

13,850

13,880

C O O P E R A T IV E S T A T E R E S E A R C H
S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d

S chedule

of

P erm an ent

P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o C o o p e r a t iv e S t a t e R e s e a r c h S e r v ic e

A N IM A L A N D P L A N T H E A L T H
IN S P E C T IO N S E R V I C E

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to
the
A n im a l a n d P l a n t H e a l t h
I n s p e c t i o n S e r v ic e
1974
actual
Executive level V .............
GS-18.................................. ..........
GS-17........ ......................... ..........
G S -16................................ ..........
GS-15............................ . ..........
GS-14.................................. ..........
GS-13.................................. ..........
G S -1 2 ...................... ......... _____
GS-11..................................
GS-10.................................. ..........
GS-9.................................... ..........
G S-8.................................... ..........
G S-7.. .............................. ..........
G S-6.................................... ..........
G S-5.................................... ..........
G S-4.................................... ..........

2
3
13
84
247
591
1,364
941
135
3,254
891
4,498
160
1,100
706

1975
est.
1
1
4
12
86
274
564
1,364
939
135
3,172
891
4,394
160
1,109
707

1976
est.
1
1
4
12
86
274
561
1,385
939
135
3,202
891
4,381
160
1,108
707

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
1
3
3
16
16
12
12
10
10
1
1
4
4
........ ______
6
6
2
2
11
11
5
o
17
17
9
9
1
1
1
1

A dm inistrator, $36,000...............
GS-17..............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12................... .........................
G S-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9. — ........................................
G S - 8 ............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6............................ .................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................

1
1
3
16
12
10

T o tal perm anent positions .
Unfilled positions, June 30...

99
-1 9

100
-1 9

100
-7

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

80

81

93

3
1
5
2
11
5
18
9
1
1

1976

1974
actual

E X T E N S IO N S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm an ent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
to t h e E x t e n s io n S e r v ic e
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18......................
G S -1 7 ..._________ _________
GS-16........................
GS-15........ ................ ________ _
GS-14_______ ____ ............. .
GS-13............... ......... ...................
GS-12____________
GS-11................... . ...................
GS-9........................... ...................
GS-8........................... ...................
G S-7........................... ...................
G S-6........................... ...................
G S-5........................... ........ ...........
G S-4........................... ...................
G S-3......................... . _________
G 8-2...........................
G rades established b y the
A gency for In tern atio n al
D evelopm ent, comparable to
GS grades: FC-10, $21,816 to
$28,359........................................
U ngraded........................... ..........

1
1
5
24
54
18
2
11
14
10
21
16
19
6
5
1

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

211
-1 4

217
-2 2

217
-2 2

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

197

195

195

1
1
6
27
54
14
4
8
17
10
23
17
20
5
6
2

1
1
6
27
54
14
4
10
17
9
24
16
20
5
5
2

N A T IO N A L A G R IC U L T U R A L L IB R A R Y
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-16__________ ___________
GS-15_______ ______________
GS-14.................................... .
GS-13................. .......................
GS-12_______ ______________
GS-11.............................................
GS-9............................ ........... .
GS-8........................................... .
GS-7...............................................
GS-6_________ _____________
GS-5..............................................
GS-4............................................. .
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1.............................. ...............
U ngraded......................................

1
3
5
21
11
36
6
5
20
22
26
11
14
8
1
3

1
3
8
17
11
28
9
3
18
26
27
15
6
11

1
3
8
18
20
20
10
3
18
26
27
16
8
9

3

3

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 3 0 ... .

192
-2 5

186
-1 6

190
-1 6

T o tal p erm anent employm ent, end of year.............

167

170

174

S T A T IS T IC A L R E P O R T IN G S E R V IC E

1975
est.

1976
est.

___
1
2 ---------

_____
............

3

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30___

1,127
-5 7

--------1,264
1,128
-5 6
-6 3

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r.............

1,070

1,072

1,201

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

179
-1 6

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r.........

163

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e E c o n o m i c R e s e a r c h S e r v ic e

GS-18.......... .................. ...........
G S -1 7 ........................................
GS-16................................ ............
GS-15................. ......................... .
G S -1 4 ......................................
GS-13............... ............................
GS-12________ _____ ____ _
GS-11______________________
GS-10............................................
G S-9........................... ............. .
G S - 8 ...........................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6____________ ____ ______
G S-5...............................................
G S - 4 ............ ......................... .
G S-3................................ ...........
G S -2 ................................... .........
S ubtotal.................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
3
7
54
119
229
139
68
2
62
10
80
77
104
52
27
11
1,045

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
3
7
55
120
234
144
70
2
64
10
82
80
106
54
27
11
1,070

1
3
7
55
124
239
149
72
2
65
11
84
80
106
54
27
11

497 .
-8 .
489

P A C K E R S A N D STO C K Y A RD S
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

ECO N OM IC R E S E A R C H S E R V IC E
GS-17.............................................
G S-15..........................................
GS-14............... ...........................
G S -1 3 .........................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11.............................................
G S-9..............................................
G S-8............... .......... ...................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S - 5 .............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
4
4
4
9
9
9
29
28
28
55
57
57
32
23
33
5
10
9
3
3
3
9
11
11
21
24
24
20
19
21
12
14
12
5
8
5
1 . ............... ..........

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

200
-1 7

217
-1 3

217
-1 3

T o tal perm anent employ­
m en t, end of year..............

183

204

204

F A R M E R C O O P E R A T IV E S E R V IC E

1,090
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
t o t h e F a r m e r C o o p e r a t iv e S e r v ic e

Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for I n ­
ternational Developm ent:
FC-14, $36,000...........................
FC-13, $34,477 to $36,000.........
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000.........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570.........
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359.........
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997.........

1
5
4
3
1
1

1
5
4
3
1
1

1
5
4
3
1
1

S ubtotal ...............................

15

15

15

U ngraded......................................

1

1

1

T o tal perm anent positions .
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,061
-5 0

1,086
-5 1

1,106
-5 1

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year ..........

1,011

1,035

1,055

COM M ODITY E X C H A N G E
A U T H O R IT Y
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I I I __________
Executive level IV ------ --------Executive level V ----- ------------

______
-----------------

1
4
2

Subtotal______________

______

7

GS-18............. ............... ______
GS-17______ ________ ______
GS-16.............................. .............
GS-15_________ _____ ______
GS-14........ .....................
GS-13___________ _
.............
GS-12.............................. .............
GS-11............................. .............
G S-9................................
G S-8........ ........................ .............
G S -7 ..............................
GS-6________________ .............
G S-5................... ............ .............
G S-4................................
G S-3________________ .............
G S-2................................ ______
G S-1................................ .............

1
1
5
17
52
90
127
86
70
5
115
67
155
154
130
47
2

1
1
5
18
53
92
125
86
72
5
121
66
156
150
131
46

1
1
5
19
58
98
140
90
94
5
150
73
172
164
139
52
3

G S -1 8 .........................
GS-17....................... .
G S -1 6 ......................... _______
GS-15........................... ...............
GS-14............................ ...............
GS-13.____ _________ ............. .
GS-12____________ - ...............
GS-11_______ ______ _______
G S-9............................. ...............
G S-8............................ - ...............
G S-7..............- ............ - _______
G S-6..............................
G S-5................- ........... ...............
G S-4.............................. _______
G S -3 .................... ......... _______
GS-2....................... .

1
1
5
8
11
15
16
21
1
18
10
32
23
14
3

2
3
12
11
36
43
76
44
36
9
64
49
68
39
5
2

S u b to tal.................. .............

1,124

1,128

1,264

Subtotal-............................

179

495

Digitized for FRASER
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1974
actual

Su b to tal.................................

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e S t a t is t ic a l R e p o r t in g S e r v ic e
1974
actual

1976
est.

2 .

Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for I n ­
ternational Developm ent:
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570____
FC -10, $21,816 to $28,359____

1974
actual
1 ............................
2
2
2

1975
est.

19V4
actual
G S-17................ - ..........................
GS-16— ........................... ...........
GS-15...................................... .
G S -14............................................
GS-13____________ _______ _
GS-12.................... .......................
GS-11........................................... .
G S -9............................................ G S-8........ .....................................G S-7...............................................
G S-6.............................. - ..............
G S-5-.............................................
G S-4..............................................
GS-3___________ _____ ______
G S - 2 ............................................
Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for I n ­
ternational
D evelopm ent:
FC -12, $29,942 to $36,000.........

1
6
15
24
13
6
4
3
5
4
4
6
1
1

1976
est.

1975
est.
1

1

6
15
24
13
5
3
3
5
4
3
8
1
2

6
15
24
13
5
3
3
5
4
3
8
1
2

1

1

1

T otal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

94
-1 4

94
-6

94
-6

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r...........

80

88

88

F O R E IG N A G R IC U L T U R A L S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e F o r e ig n A g r ic u l t u r a l S e r v ic e
1974
actual
Executive level V ............. ......
GS-18................................. ......
G S -1 7 ................ ............. ..........
GS-16................................. _____
GS-15............. ................... ..........
G S -1 4 ................ ............. ..........

1
1
4
17
68
122

1975
est.
1
1
4
17
69
124

1976
est.
1
1
4
17
69
124

1976

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F o r e ig n A g r i c u l t u r a l S e r v i c e — C o n .
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-13............................................
GS-12.............................................
G S -1 1 ................................. .........
G S-9............................. ...............
G S-8...........................................
G S -7 .............................................
G S-6................. .............................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S - 3 - ...........................................
G S-2...............................................
U ngraded......................................

96
38
42
43
27
85
71
52
35
13
5
151

99
39
46
46
27
85
76
51
36
14
5
152

103
40
51
49
27
88
77
54
36
14
5
152

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

871
-6 2

892
-4 2

912
-4 2

Total p erm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

809

850

870

R U R A L D E V E LO P M E N T S E R V IC E
1974
actual

1975
est.

S O IL C O N S E R V A T IO N S E R V I C E

1976
est.

GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
G S -U .............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6..............................................G S-5...............................................

1
1
4
3
16
2
1
1
2
4
3
1

1
1
4
3
9
2
1
1
2
4
3
2

1
1
4
3
14
4
1
1
2
4
3
6

T otal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30 . .

39
-2 0

33
-2

44
-2

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

19

31

42

R U R A L E L E C T R IF IC A T IO N
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
A G R I C U L T U R A L S T A B IL I Z A T IO N A N D
C O N S E R V A T IO N S E R V I C E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
the
A g r ic u l t u r a l
S t a b il iz a t io n
and
C o n s e r v a t io n S e r v i c e
1974
actual
Executive level V .......................
G S -1 8 ............................................
G S - 1 7 ..........................................
GS-16.......................................... .
G S-15.................... .......................
GS-14............................................
G S-13............................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11.............................................
G S -1 0 ............................................
G S-9.......................................... .
G S-8................................ .............
G S - 7 - ...........................................
G S-6..............- ............ .................
G S -5 ............................................
G S-4........ .......................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1.............................. ...............
U ngraded..................... ................

1
2
3
10
72
164
308
593
363

Total perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 3 0 ... .
T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y ear........... ..

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
2
3
16
74
167
294
615
329
1
211
34
224
193
441
292
108
15
3
62

1
2
3
16
73
162
288
609
322
1
209
32
219
191
437
282
103
11
2
62

3,182
-3 0 0

3,085
-2 8 5

3,025
-2 2 5

2,882

2,800

2,800

218
35
226
199
426
325
133
32
8
64

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
1

1

1
3
23
65
189
151
59
1
57
5
89
62
44
26
29
2
2

1
3
25
68
185
151
59
1
58
5
89
62
44
26
29
2
2

3
25
68
185
151
59
1
58
5
89
62
44
26
29
2
2

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

809
-4 9

811
-5 2

811
-5 2

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r ............

760

759

759

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e F e d e r a l C r o p I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n
1974
actual
Grades established b y Public
Law 88-426, Manager, $36,000.
GS-16..................... .......................
GS-15................................ .............
GS-14.............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............... ..........................
G S -U ................................ ............
G S-9........................................... .
G S-8...............................................
G S-7.............................................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..................... .......................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3..................... ................. .
G S-2........................................ .

1
1
9
12
56
91
32
54
7
39
22
61
178
27
1

1975
est.
1
1
10
13
58
89
54
54
3
37
30
48
180
15
2

1976
est.
1
1
10
13
59
99
61
46
4
29
32
182
46
12
1

1
1

F A R M E R S H O M E A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e F a r m e r s H o m e A d m in is t r a t io n

Executive level V ....................._.
GS-18............................................
GS-17...................................... . . .
GS-16—......................... ...............
GS-15............................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12..............................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10........ ...................................
G S-9.................................... ...........
G S-8...............................................
G S-7.......................... ...................
G S-6...................................... .........
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1...............................................
S u b to tal..................................

1
1
2
5
69
53
215
556
1,740
1
1,178
32
455
156
1,828
631
175
31
6
7,135

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
2

5
65
50

1
1
2

547
1,724

5
65
50
440
597
1,524

1,160
32
450
150
1,820
626
170
31

1,160
99
383
150
1,820
626
170
31

210
1

7,051

1

6

7,131

Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent:
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000____
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997.........
S u b to tal________ _______
U ngraded.......................................

T otal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

591
-2 1

595
-3 5

596
-3 6

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

7,144
-5 3 7

7,061
-461

7,141
-441

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e ar.............

570

560

560

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year............

6,607

6,600

6,700

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1974
actual
E xecutive level V ........................
GS-18____________ __________
GS-17.............. ...............................
GS-16............ ..........................
GS-15............................. ................
GS-14________ _____________
GS-13_________ _________ _
GS-12___________ ___________
GS-11......................................... GS-10........................................ .
G S-9_________ _____________
G S-8..................... ......... ................
G S-7.......... .....................................
G S-6..............................................
G S - 5 ............. ...............................
G S-4____________ _____ _____
G S-3__________ ______ ______
G S-2..................... ..........................
G S-1_____ _____ _______ _____
S u b to tal...............................

1976
est.

Executive level V ........................
GS-18.......................................... .
GS-17....................... ......................
GS-16................................... .........
GS-15...................................... .
GS-14.......... ..................................
GS-13..............................................
GS-12..............................................
GS-11........ ....................................
GS-10— ......................................
G S-9................. .............................
G S -8 .......... — ............................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6— .......................................
G S-5......................... ............... .
G S - 4 . - . ..................................
G S-3................................. ............
G S-2...............................................
U ngraded.......................................

1974
actual

F E D E R A L CRO P I N S U R A N C E
CO R PO R A TIO N

1975
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e S o il C o n s e r v a t io n S e r v ic e

Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, A gency for I n ­
ternational D evelopm ent
(75 S tat. 450):
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000.........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570.........
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359.........
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997_____

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
4
12
76
142
508
1,232
3,337
2
2,107
20
1,918
2,093
1,298
571
293
20
2

1
1
5
13
85
150
507
1,200
3,300
2
2,066
20
1,858
1,910
1,200
595
285
21
2

1
1
5
13
85
150
507
1,200
3,300
2
2,064
20
1,858
1,910
1,200
595
285
21
2

13,637

13,221

13,219

2
1
8
3

1
1
4
3

1
1
4
3

S ubtotal...................................

14

9

9

U ngraded.......................................

152

150

150

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

13,803
-3 3 2

13,380
-205

13,378
-2 0 3

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r.............

13,471

13,175

13,175

A G R I C U L T U R A L M A R K E T IN G
S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e A g r ic u l t u r a l M a r k e t in g S e r v ic e
1974
actual
Executive level V ................... 1
GS-18..................................................... .........
GS-17........ ............... ...................
2
GS-16...........................................
7
GS-15................... .........................
39
GS-14.............................................
110
GS-13..............................................
225
GS-12____ _____ ______ ____ _
327
G S -1 1 ....__________________
424
GS-10______ _____ __________
1
GS-9_______________________
1,267
G S-8___________ _____ ______
11
G S -7 .-.................................... .
712
G S-6..............................................
114
G S-5...............................................
346
G S-4...............................................
331
G S-3............- .........- .................... 124
G S-2....................... - .................... 18
S u b to ta l................... .............

4,059

Grades established b y th e A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent:
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000____
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570........

1
1

1975
est.
1
1
1
8
38
110
225
317
409
1
1,242
11
799
114
346
331
124
18
4,096

1976
est.

110

225
319
417

1
11

1,259

814
114
348
333
124
18
4,142

Subtotal___________ _____

2

U n g ra d e d .._________________
Milk m arket orders adm ini­
strators and staffs...................

66
830

830

830

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, J u n e 30____

4,957
—381

4,993

5,039

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year...........

4,576

1976

1974
actual

FO O D A N D N U T R IT IO N S E R V I C E
C o n s o l id a t e d

Schedules

P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m
to t h e

of

F unds

P erm anent
A v a il a b l e

F ood a n d N u t b i t i o n S e r v ic e

U nfilled positions, June 30
T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

1975
est.

1976
est.

—172

-1 5 0

-7 5

2,132

2,450

2,525

1974
actual
OS-4.
GS-3.
GS-2.
GS-1.
Subtotal.

1974
actual

GS-18______________ _______
GS-17........ .....................................
GS-16........ ....................................
GS-15.............................................
G S -1 4 ...........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S -7 .............................................
GS-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4........ .......................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1...............................................
U ngraded......................................
T o tal perm anent positions.

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1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
8
20
23
23
69
65
65
138
160
161
178
199
210
380
410
423
481
616
619
9
10
10
194
270
268
96
96
83
321
282
307
308
343
348
90
72
70
16
23
8
1 ............ ............
5
5
3
2,304

2,600

2,600

F O R E ST S E R V IC E
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e F o r e s t S e r v ic e

Grades established b y act of
June 20, 1953 (72 Stat. 213)
and act of Septem ber 23,
1959 (73 Stat. 651):
Research forester, $36,000___
Forest products technologist,
$36,000__________________
Subtotal.

1974
actual
Executive level V ........................
G S-18.................... .......................
GS-17............... ............................
GS-16.................................. ...........
GS-15................... .........................
GS-14................... .........................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12______ ____ ___________
G S -1 1 ..........................................
GS-10_____ ________ ______
G S-9_______________________
G S-8..............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6_______ ______ _________
G S-5........ ............... .....................

1
4
8
39
184
474
1,329
2,287
3,591
63
3,993
113
3,252
922
2,416

1975
est.
1
4
9
39
206
510
1,385
2,348
3,661
61
4,025
121
3,312
908
2,418

1976
est.
1
4
9
39
215
510
1,424
2,388
3,729
63
4,106
126
3,373
921
2,472

Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent:
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570____
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359........
Subtotal.
U ngraded.

1975
est.

1976
est.

1,745
538
56
11

1,712
515
55
8

1,739
524
63
20

21,026

21,298

21,726

3

3

3

1

1

1

4

4

4

2
1
7

3
-

3
-

10

10

10

1,136

1,074

1,180

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

22,176
-2 ,7 0 7

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year........... .

19,469

22,386 22,920
-2,781 -2 ,8 2 4
19,605

20,096

1976

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
op
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F B o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o G e n e r a l A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual
Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

1975
est.

1
1
9
3

1
1
9
3

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o f P e r m a n e n t P o s i ­
t io n s

1976
est.

level I .........................
level I I I ..................
level IV ......................
level V ........................

ECO N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N

P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to t h e

E c o n o m ic D e v e l o p m e n t A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
1
1
9
3

S u b to tal.................................

14

14

14

GS-18............................................
GS-17.......................... ..................
GS-16______________________
GS-15______________________
G S -1 4 ....................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12_______ ______________
GS-11................... ..........................
GS-10............................................
G S -9 -._____________________
G S-8...............................................
G S -7 -.......................... ..................
G S-6_______________________
G S-5____________ ____ ______
G S -4 ..............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2..............................................
GS-1____ ________ ________ _

12
12
16
93
94
99
62
60
25
88
37
114
59
42
30
24
14
1

12
13
17
92
102
103
72
61
17
102
33
128
57
46
27
22
10
1

12
13
17
94
104
108
72
69
16
103
32
127
57
47
27
23
9
2

S u b to tal.................................

882

915

932

U ngraded......................................

139

138

137

T otal p erm an en t positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

1,035
-8 3

1,067
-1 0 8

1,083
-1 1 8

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of y e a r.............

943

959

965

1974
actual

1974
actual

1976
est.

3

3
3
10
42
no
196
75
28
4
30
24
45
71
55
17
7
1
1
2

3
3
10
45
118
212
85
44
4
34
25
51
82
63
29
7
4
1
2

722
-7 2

724
-7 4

822
-8 4

GS-18............................................
GS-17............................ ............. .
G S-16..................................... .
GS-15................. ...........................
GS-14____________ __________
GS-13________________ _____
GS-12...........................................
GS-11................................ ............
GS-10................... ......................G S-9.....................— ...................
G S-8— ........ ................................
G S-7________ ____ __________
G S-6..................... — ..................
G S - 5 ...........................................
G S-4_______________________
G S-3..............- ______ _________
G S-2...... ...................................
G S-1________________ ______
U ngraded......................................

2
3
10
42
111
188
77
28
4
30
24
47
76
55
14
7
1

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30
T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y ear.............

1975
est.

650

350

738

S O C IA L A N D ECO N O M IC S T A T IS T IC S
A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e S o c ia l a n d E c o n o m i c S t a t i s t i c s
A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual
E xecutive level V ....................
GS-18........ ..........................
GS-17___________ _________
GS-16....................... .................
GS-15............................... .........
G S -1 4 ....................... ...........
GS-13........ ............................
GS-12____________ ________
G S -1 1 .._______ ___________
G S -1 0 ...........................
G S-9__________________
G S-8____________ ____ _
G S-7___________________
G S -6 .__________________
G S-5........ ........................ .
G S-4__________________
G S-3............................... ............
G S-2__________ _____
G S -1 ....................................... .

1
2
6
17
157
235
348
472
479
16
396
58
473
254
643
625
500
106
15

S u b to tal.................................

4,803

G rades established b y th e A dm in istrato r for International
D evelopm ent:
FC -14, $36,000_______ .
FC -13, $34,477 to $36,000........
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000 ..
FC -11, $25,451 to $33,570
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359____

1
1
11
8
1

1975
est.
1
2
6
17
159
240
357
488
495
21
412
62
480
255
641
624
501
108
15
4,884

1
2
6
17
161
246
372
508
513
21
435
64
493
266
653
640
508
108
15
5,029

1
1
11
8
1

1
1
11
8
1

S u b to tal................................

22

22

22

U ngraded.....................................

86

86

86

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30

4,911
-5 8 2

4,992
-5 4 0

5,137
-568

T o tal p erm an en t employm en t, end of y ear..............

4,329

4,452

4,569

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CO M M ISSIO N S
R e g io n a l D e v e l o p m e n t P r o g r a m s

1976
est.

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18........ ........................... .........
GS-17........ .................................
GS-16— ..........— ..............
GS-15— .....................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9_________ ______ ______ _
G S-8................. .........................
G S-6................... ............................

1
2
3
2
1
2
3
1

1
2
3
2
1
2
3
1

2
3
2
1
2
3
1

S u b to tal.................................

15

15

15

Grades established pursuant to
act of A ugust 26, 1965 (42
U .S .C . 3182), comparable
to GS grades:
Executive level IV ...................
G G -17............ ...........................
G G -16........................................
G G -15.......................................
G G -1 4 .......................................
G G -12.......................................
G G -11........................................
G G -9 ___________ _______ _
G G -8 ........................................ .
G G -7 ..........................................
G G - 6 .................................... .
G G -5 ........ ................................

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
D o m e s t ic a n d I n t e r n a t io n a l B u s in e s s
A d m in is t r a t io n

E xecutive level IV ......................
E xecutive level V ........................
S u b to tal.................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1

1

2

1

1

i

GS-18..................- .............- ...........
GS-17________________ ____ GS-16_________ ____________
GS-15........ .................. — ...........
GS-14........................................—
G S -1 3 .................... - .............. —
G S-12........................................GS-11.............................................
GS-10— ................. -...............G S-9........ ......................................
G S-8..............— ...........................
G S-7..................... ..........................
GS-fl.................................. .............
G S-5........ ................... ..................
G S-4................. .............................
G S-3.........................- ....................
G S-2............................ ..................

3
8
24
198
231
292
160
142
1
129
42
181
149
150
107
25
2

3
9
24
200
236
305
168
144
1
129
42
183
150
157
105
25
2

3
9
24
198
218
290
140
126
1
105
40
160
136
129
75
25
2

S u b to tal.................................

1,844

1,883

1,681

1

1

1

1

1

1

Grades established b y act of
Septem ber 8, 1950 (50
U .S.C . A pp. 2153):
D irector, B ureau of D om estic
Commerce, $36,000..........
D e p u ty director, B ureau
of D om estic Commerce,
$36.000...................... - ..........
G rades established b y act of
October 27,1972, Public Law
92-598: Commissioner of U.S.
exhibit .............. ........................

1 ............

S u b to ta l..............................

3

2

2

U ngraded ......................................

88

88

88

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, J u n e 3 0 .-. .

1,937
-1 0 4

1,974
-129

1,772
-9 2

T o tal perm anent employm e n t, end of y e a r..............

1,833

1,845

1,680

1

M IN O R IT Y B U S I N E S S E N T E R P R I S E
M in o r it y B u s i n e s s D e v e l o p m e n t
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
1
3
2
3
3
3
4
27
30
27
37
37
35
35
35
35
32
32
32
7
7
9
2
2
2
21
21
19
12
12
12
23
23
23
29
29
26
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
1
1
2 --------- ---------

S u b to ta l.................................

49

49

49

GS-18_________ ____________
GS-17.............................................
GS-16................... ........................
GS-15................. - ..........................
GS-14........ ............................... —
GS-13.............................................
GS-12___________ ___________
GS-11........ ............ ........................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9— .......................................
G S-8..........- ..........................—
G S-7............... — ...........- .............
G S-6................. ................ .............
G S-5.............................. ................
G S-4................. ............................
G S - 3 - ....................................—
G S-2_______________ ________

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

64
-1 1

64
-1 4

64
-4

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

245
-2 0

245
-2 9

245
-2 9

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r.............

53

50

60

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r.............

225

216

216

7
1
6
5
7
2
4
6
4
3
2
2

7
1
6
5
7
2
4
6
4
4
1
2

7
1
6
5
7
2
4
6
4
4
1
2

1976

1974
actual

UN ITED STATES TRA V EL SERVICE
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-17..................... .....................GS-16.............................................
GS-15..........— ............................
GS-14— ....................................
GS-13______________________
GS-12........ ............. ............... —
GS-11____ _____ ____ ________
G S-9.............................................
G S-8................— .............. .........
G S-7...........................- ..................
G S-6____________________ _
G S-5............... ...............................
G S-3______ _______ _________
U ngraded......................................

1
1
17
15
11
5
11
9
3
10
4
8
1
28

1
1
17
15
11
5
11
9
3
10
4
8
1
28

1
1
17
15
11
5
11
9
3
10
4
8
1
28

T o tal p erm anent positions Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

124
-1 5

124
-7

124
-7

T o tal p erm anent employ­
m en t, end of y e a r.............

109

117

117

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOS­
PH E R IC ADMINISTRATION
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm an ent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e N a t io n a l O c e a n i c a n d A t m o s p h e r i c
A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual

1975
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I I .
Executive level IV ..
Executive level V ...

SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH

U n g ra d e d ................. ..................

1,085

1,248

1,218

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

13,257
-752

13,228
-7 2 4

13,334
-7 2 4

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e a r______

12,505

12,504

12,610

Executive level IV ___________ ______
Executive level V ___ _______ ______ _
S u b to t a l..______________

1976
est.
1
6
24
80
308
355
424
339
306
63
243
58
218
181
224
182
107
50
8

12
5G2

12
502

12
492

2
2
5

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

3,828
-1 1 5

3,833
-1 1 4

3,681
-1 4 4

3
1

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e ar..............

3,713

3,719

3,537

1976
est.

______

______

1975
est.
1
6
24
80
324
375
442
340
311
72
255
63
233
190
244
187
107
57
8

1975
est.
l
1

G S -1 7 ..........................................
GS-16................. ...... .......... ......... ........
GS-15................. ......................... . . . . .
GS-14.........................................................
GS-13........................................
GS-12.............................. ............... ........
GS-11........................................... . . .
GS-10............... ........................................
G S -9 .................... ........... .....................
G S -8 ...................................................
G S-7.............................................................
GS-6________ ____ ________
GS-5................................................................
G S-4............................................................

1974
actual
1
6
24
80
316
366
433
333
309
75
254
63
231
189
245
192
121
62
14

O p e r a t io n s , R e s e a r c h , a n d
A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to S c ie n c e a n d T e c h n ic a l R e s e a r c h

Executive level V ........................
GS-18............................................
GS-17............... ......................... .
GS-16................ .........................GS-15-......................................... .
G S-14........................... ................
G S -1 3 .........................................
GS-12............... ............................
GS-11.......................... ............. .
GS-10............................................
GS-9. — ......................................
GS-8...............................................
G S -7 ........................................... .
G S-6...............................................
G S-5— ................... ...................
G S - 4 ..................... ................... .
GS-3______ ____ _____ ______
G S - 2 .....................................
GS-1__________ ____________
Positions established b y Public
Law 80-313 (61 Stat. 715) as
am ended (5 U .S.C . 3104), a t
rates equal to or in excess of
$34,607 to $36,000........... ...........
U ngraded......................................

NATIONAL FIR E PREV EN TIO N AND
CONTROL ADMINISTRATION

4
5
10
2
8
1

S u b to tal.......................... ................. .

1976
est.

1976
est.

43

103

T o tal p erm anent positions............... .
Unfilled positions, June 30........................

44
—4

—10

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year........... . ............

40

105

M ARITIM E ADMINISTRATION

S u b to tal.............
Grades established un d er 42
U .S.C . 1836(h) and 42
U S.C. 1873: E E II, $36,000.
GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................. ..............
GS-16................. ...........................
GS-15. _..........................................
GS-14. __........................................
GS-13.............................. ..............
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.......................................
GS-10.............................................
G S - 9 ...........- .............................
G S-8...............................................
G S - 7 ............................................
G S-6.......... ................. ..................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4............... ..............................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2........................ .....................
G S-1...... .........................................

4
10
28
97
361
671
1,310
1,456
1,634
1,263
1,381
475
1,011
535
897
422
210
25
2

1,001
530
886
414
210
25
2

S u b to ta l________________

11,792

11,596

Commissioned officers:
0 -8 , $26,064 to $36,000______
0 -7 , $21,634 to $31,564______
0 -6 , $16,046 to $27,727______
0 -5 , $12,838 to $22,626______
0 -4 , $10,825 to $18,918______
0 -3 , $10,058 to $16,358______
0 -2 , $8,766 to $12,139_______
0 -1 , $7,610 to $9,580________

2
3
23
53
47
78
74
78

3
23
55
47
78
77
73

S u b to ta l................................

358

Grades established b y Public
L aw 80-313 (61 Stat. 715) as
am ended by Public Law 87793 (5 U S.C. 3104): Scientific
an d professional, $34,607 to
$36,000.___________________
Grades established by th e Gov­
ernor of th e C anal Zone: C Z11, $14,683 to $23,144________
G rades established b y th e A d­
m in istrato r, Agency for In ­
tern atio n al D evelopm ent:
FC -11, $25,454 to $33,576........
F C -6 , $12,934 to $16,610..........

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14

1

4

10

27
96
355
661
1,279
1,416
1,608
1,247
1,364
465

2

14

1

4

10

27
96
355
664
1,289
1,431
1,632
1,237
1,385
462
1,003
576
882
416

210
25
2

11,706

2

3
23
55
47
78
77
103

PA TEN T AND TRADEMARK O FFICE

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e M a r it im e A d m in is t r a t io n

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
Executive level V ..................
GS-18.....................................
GS-17___
GS-16. .
GS-15
........
GS-14
GS-13
GS-12
GS-11
GS-10
GS-9
GS-8
GS-7
GS-6 .
GS-5
GS-4 .
GS-3 .
GS-2 .
G S -1 ..
Positions established b y Public
Law 80-313 (61 Stat. 715), as
am ended (5 U .S.C . 3104):
Scientific and professional,
$34,607 to $36,000.......................
Positions established by P ublic
Law 82-593 (66 S tat. 792), as
am ended (35 U .S.C . 3): Ex­
am iner of p a tent appeals,
$34,607 to $36,000..................... Positions established by P ublic
Law 85-933 (66 Stat. 793), as
am ended (35 U .S.C . 7): Des­
ignated examiner of p a tent
appeals, $34,607 to $36,000----U ngraded......................................

1
3
3
28
238
422
326
197
143
9
195
37
201
158
291
245
267
97
26

5

15

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

1
3
3
28
238
518
250
155
207
9
193
37
168
158
299
245
275
97
26

5

15

1
3
3
28
238
518
250
135
227
9
203
37
178
158
279
245
275
97
26

5

15

GS-18.............................................
GS-17................................... .........
GS-16........ .....................................
GS-15..................... - ....................
GS-14................... ..........................
GS-13............................ ...............
GS-12.................................... .........
GS-11_____________ ____ ____
GS-10............. .......................... .
G S-9.................................. -.........G S-8...........................- ..................
G S-7...................... - .............. .
G S -6 ...................... .......................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4___________ ___________
G S-3..........- ...................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1...............................................

6
2
20
77
108
175
132
101
8
77
21
103
90
126
95
76
18
4

Su b to tal________________

1,239

Grades established b y th e Sec­
retary of Commerce:
Superintendent, $36,000____
D ean, $33,803 to $36,000_____
Professor, $25,925 to $34,956..
Associate professor, $19,418 to
$30,706__________ ____ — A ssistant professor, $15,125 to
$24,530___ ____ __________
Instructor, $12,548 to $17,701.

1
1
7

13
71

13
71

T otal perm anent positionsUnfilled positions, June 30___

2,993
-100

3, C14
-177

3,014
-177

T otal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year..............

2,893

2,837

2,837

Ungraded__ —

__________

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___
T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r . ........ .

1976
est.

6
2
20

6
2
20

77
108
175
132

77
108
175
132

103
90
126
95
76
18
4

103
90
126
95
76
18
4

1,239

1,239

101
8
77
21

1
1

101
8
77
21

1
1

7

7

33

33

33

34
14

34
14

34
14

90

90

301

279

1,6

-149

1,630
-209

1,608
-231

1,481

1,421

1,377

S u b to tal________________ ______ 90
13
73

1975
est.

301

1976

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D epa rtm en t of t h e A rm y
1974
actual
Executive level I I ______ _____ I
Executive level IV ................ .
Executive level V ____________ 1

l

1975
est.

1976

l
6

6

6

8

8

8

GS-18___________________ _
8
G S-17............................................
23
GS-16__________ _____ ______
194
G S -1 5 .._________ ___________
1,646
GS-14______________________
4,729
GS-13______________________
13,070
GS-12______________________
20,709
GS-11___________ ___________
22,795
G S-10...........................................
2,634
G S-9______________ _______ 22,598
G S-8________ _____ _____ _
3,996
G S-7____________ ___________
24,137
G S-6__________ ____________
14,003
G S-5........................... ..................
30,470
G S-4________ _______ _____ 31,269
G S-3..................... .........................
38,483
GS-2_______________________
2,833
GS-1____........................................
101

8
23
192
1,637
4,703
12,999
20,609
22,685
2,626
22,503
4,027
24,089
14,080
30,363
31,099
18,381
2,817
101

8
23
192
1,624
4,671
12,919
20,592
22,704
2,641
22,351
4,014
24,023
14,030
30,226
30,842
18,235
2,790
100

1

S ubtotal_______ _________

Subtotal________________

1

213,698

212,942 211,985

U ngraded___________________

109,994

110,097 109,569

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

323,700
—4,845

323,047 321,562
—4,837 —4,805

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year........... .

1974
actual
GS-18.............................................
GS-17......................................
GS-16..................... .......................
GS-15........................................... .
G S -14...........................................
G S-13............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.................................. .........
G S -9 ................................. ...........
G S-8................................ ..............
G S-7...........................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5............................................. .
G S-4................. ............................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2..............................................
G S-1........ ......................... ............
S ub to tal________________

5
30
262
2,345
5,222
12,373
16,989
17,872
2,030
15,302
2,516
11,875
7,263
19,183
19,526
14,234
3,822
301

1975
est.

1976
est.

5
31
262
2,293
5,014
12,128
16,645
17,458
1,962
15,284
2,446
11,953
7,232
19,139
19,569
14,292
3,711
265

5
31
259
2,293
5,014
12,128
16,220
17,143
1,941
15,420
2,416
11,920
7,175
19,158
19,539
14,330
3,680
265

151,150 149,689 148,937

Grades established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U .S.C . 1581): Scientific and
professional,
$34,607
to
$36,000........................................
Grades established b y the
Secretary cf the N avy: P ro ­
fessor and associate profes­
sor, $10,457 to $29,908..........
Grades established b y 20
U .S.C . 901-906: Teaching
position, $7,815 to $19,835. „
U ngraded........ ................ ............

20
144,302

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

296.172 292,956 297,076
-2 ,3 5 2 -2 ,8 7 5 -2,937

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year______

293,820 290,081 294,139

143

145

145

550

555

555

15
15
142,545 147,417

DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIO N S BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT
1974
actual

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976

O peration and m aintenance,
A rm y _______________ _____ 180,237 183,342 181,315
Operation an d m aintenance,
A rm y Reserve_____________ 12,880 13,223 14,892
O peration an d m aintenance,
A rm y N ational G u ard ______ 28,268 29,260 29,941
N atio n al Board for th e Prom o­
tio n of Rifle P ractice_______
11
11
12
Research, developm ent, test
an d evaluation, A rm y ______ 16,105 16, C45 14,996
M ilitary construction, A rm y ...
4,886
4,977
5,467
M ilitary construction, A rm y
R eserve___________________
89
77
133
M ilitary construction, A rm y
N ational G u a r d ... .......................................................... .......
A rm y in d u stria l fu n d _______
79,210 74,081 72,849
A rm y m anagem ent f u n d _____
426
121
121
F am ily housing, D efense_____
1,065
1,253
1,343
H om eow ners assistance______
69
61
61
T o tal A rm y accounts_____ 323,246 322,451 321,130
Allocation from others: M ilitary
assistan c e ...................... ...........
454
596
432
323,700 323,047 321,562

Operation and m aintenance,
N a v y ........................................
O peration and m aintenance,
N a v y Reserve..........................
Research, development, test,
and evaluation, N a v y ______
M ilitary construction, N a v y .
L a u n d ry service, N aval Academ y.............................................
N a v y industrial fund...............
N a v y petroleum reserve............

1975
est.

1976
est.

1976
est.

1

1

1

1

1

1

89
8,941

89
8,770

89
8,619

T o tal perm anent positions .
Unfilled positions, June 30.........

18,114
-990

17,980
-248

17,603
-248

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e a r .............

17,124

17,732

17,355

G S -1 .— ___________________
Grades established b y the Sec­
re ta ry of Defense (10 U .S.C.
1581): Scientific and profes­
sional, $34,607 to $36,000..........
b y 20
G rades established
U .S.C . 241: Teaching posi­
tion, $8,200 to $28,287..............

d is t r ib u t io n o f t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t
p o s it io n s

by

f in a n c in g

D epartm ent of the N avy, Ma­
rine C orps accounts:
Operation and m aintenance,
Marine Corps.........................
Operation and m aintenance,
Marine Corps Reserve........
Marine Corps industrial fund
T o tal M arine C orps ac­
c o u n ts ..-............................
Allocation from others: Military
assistance, executive...............
T otal perm anent positions.

account

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

16,855

16,721

16,344

77
1,180

77
1,180

77
1,180

18,112

17,978

17,601

2

2

2

18,114

17,980

17,603

3,056

3,036

3,117

5,646
2.865

5,819
2.481

5,573
2.808

99
99
99
160,460 156,523 158,797
52
70
............

T o tal N avy a c c o u n ts ___
Allocation from others: M ilitary
assistance...................................

295.650 292,395 296,536

T otal perm anent positions.

296,172 292,956 297,076

522

561

540

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e C o m m a n d a n t o f t h e M a r in e C o r ps
1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D epa r tm en t of t h e N avy
1974
actu al
Executive level I I ___________ _______1
Executive level IV ___ _______ _______5
Executive level V —..................................1
S u b to t a l.......... ................... ..............7

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-16____________ _________
GS-15____________ _________
GS-14......................... ...................
G S -1 3 ...................... ...................
G S-12........................ ...................
GS-11.......................
GS-10....................... ...................
GS-9_____________ ...................
G S - 8 ....................... _________
GS-7........ ................. ...................
G S-6...........................
G S-5........ .................. _________
G S-4.......................... ........ ...........
GS-3........................... ............. .
G S-2.......................... ...................

D EPA RTM EN T OF T H E A IR FORCE
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
to t h e A ir F orce

123.524 124,385 126,072

1975
est.

1976
est.

4
27
89
231
372
730
49
869
131
890
641
1,602
2,001
1,347
136

4
27
89
231
367
718
49
853
131
869
611
1,535
1,936
1,337
136

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1975
est.

318,855 318,210 316,757
DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIONS BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT

T otal perm anent positions.

1974
actual

4
27
89
232
365
727
49
864
128
870
630
1,633
1,971
1,357
136

1974
actual

1976
est.
1
5
1

1
5
1

7

7

7

7
21
142
1,015
3,062
8,969
12,874
15,438
1,342
17,898
4,345
12,635
8,871
22,528
19,980
14,440
4,132
672

7
21
142
1,010
3,047
8,929
12,976
15,599
1,352
17,899
4,563
12,666
8,815
22,355
19,854
14,329
3,599
490

7
21
142
1,008
3,018
8,792
12,957
15,392
1,297
17,641
4,557
12,227
8,538
21,262
19,067
13,596
3,470
443

Executive level I I .................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
5
1

S u b t o t a l ...............................
G S -1 8 .................. .......................
GS-17.......................... ..................
G S -1 6 ............... ...........................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13............................................
G S -1 2 .................................... .
GS-11.............................................
GS-10_____ ______ _______ _
G S-9........ .................................. .
G S-8............. ................................
GS-7.............................................
G S - 6 ............................. .............
G S-5............... ..............................
G S-4................................... ...........
G S-3...............................................
GS-2...............................................
G S-1...............................................
Su b to tal.................................

1975
est.

148,371 147,653 143,435

Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U .S.C . 1581); Scientific and
140
140
140
professional, $29,678 to $36,000
U n g ra d e d .................................... 123,247 117,778 112,322
T o tal perm anent positions. 271,765 265,578 255,904
-645 -2 ,2 7 4 -1,746
U nfilled positions, June 30___
T otal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r............. 271,120 263,304 254,158

1976

D EPA RTM EN T O F T H E A IR FORCE—
Continued

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e J o in t C h ie f s o f S t a f f

d is t r ib u t io n o f t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t

POSITIONS BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT
1974
actual
O peration and m aintenance,
A ir Force...................................
O peration and m aintenance,
A ir Force Reserve.................
O peration an d m aintenance.
A ir N ational G u ard ................
R esearch, developm ent, test.
an d evaluation, A ir F o rce,. .
A ir Force in d u strial fu n d ..........
T o tal p erm anent positions.

1975
est.

1974
actual
1976
est.

166,535 163,376 157,119
11.487

11,558

11,502

23,032

23,567

23,703

21,655
49,056

21,812
45,265

20,634
42,946

271,765 265,578 255,904

D E FE N SE AGENCIES
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e O f f ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y o f D e f e n s e
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I .....................
Executive level I I ....................
Executive level I I I ......................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ....................

1
2
1
12
10

1
2
1
12
10

1
2
1
12
10

S u b to tal..................................

26

26

26

GS-18__________ ____
GS-17 __.......................
GS-16________ ____ ______
GS-15_________ ___________
GS-14..................... . .
GS-13____________________ _
GS-12.............................. .
. .
GS-11.......... ..................................
GS-10..........................................
GS-9................................
G S-8_________ _______ ______
G S-7__________ _________
G S -6 ..__________ ___________
G S - 5 .... .........................
GS-4........................................
G S-3____________ _______
GS-2................................

41
39
97
352
139
113
57
75
25
78
89
279
204
70
34
17
2

42
39
98
253
147
109
55
76
25
76
82
268
190
*61
33
17

42
39
98
354
156
118
76
99
25
97
84
281
214
90
53
40

1,711

1,670

1,866

Su b to tal.................................
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense:
(10 U .S .C . 1581): Scientific
an d professional. $34,607 to
$36,000............................ .
(22 U .S.C . 2151): M utual se­
cu rity assistant, $34,607 to
$36,000.................. .................
Grades established b y the
Secretary of Defense (22
U.S.C . 2385):
F D -1 , $36,000.......... ...............
F D -2 , $34,373 to $36,000.........
Su b to tal...............................
Ungraded: Wage b o a r d s ..........
T o tal p erm anent positions
Unfilled positions, June 30___
T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year ..........

O peration an d m aintenance.
Defense agencies......................
Research, developm ent, test,
and evaluation, Defense agencies......................................
M ilitary assistance......................
T o tal p erm an en t positions.

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Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U .S .C . 1581): $34,992 to
$36,000.......................................
U ngraded__________________

1
4
61
46

1
3
60
48

1
3
60
55

1,844
1,804
-2 0 3 ---------

2,007
---------

1.799

1.763

1.969

34
11

30
11

27
11

1,844

1,804

2,007

352

2

1975
est.

10
19

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,677
-2 4

T otal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e ar.............

1,653

16
1

16
1

118
115
—13 ______
105

115

115

GS-17.......................... ....... ..........
3
GS-16_____________ ____ ____
15
GS-15........ ............. ........... .........
126
GS-14........ ......................... .........
186
GS-13....................... ..................321
GS-12________ _____ ________
131
G S-11.__________ __________
108
G S-10._______ _____________
11
GS-9_______________________
110
GS-8______ ____ _____ ______
41
G S-7................................ - ..........
132
G S -6 ......................... ...........
127
GS-5_______ ____ __________
198
GS-4___............. ............... ...........
96
G S -3 ...........................................
36
G S - 2 ........................... ................
7
GS-1_________ -................................. .........

1975
3
14
126
186
320
128
108
11
110
41
132
129
198
96
36
8
2

.

1976
est.

10
19

10
19

1,677

1,681

1,677

1,681

O peration and maintenance,
Defense agencies....................
Research, development, test,
and
evaluation,
Defense
Defense industrial fu n d ...........

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1,378

1,372

1,476

98
201

98
207

205

1,677

1,677

1,681

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e f e n s e C o n t r a c t A u d it A g e n c y
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18............... — _____ ______
GS-17______________ _______GS-16........ ...................... ...........
GS-15............... .............................
GS-14............................................
GS-13_______ _____ _________
GS-12........................... ........... .
GS-11................................... .........
GS-10........ ...................... ............
G S-9____________ ____ ______
G S-8............................................GS-7_________ _____ _____ _
G S-6________________ ______
G S-5.............................................G S-4________ ________ _____ _
G S-3____________ ____ - .........G S-2...... ................................... U ngraded......................................

1
1
10
39
190
355
770
1,021
2
224
7
300
46
274
167
50
5
5

1
1
10
39
186
351
763
1,039

1
1
10
39
186
351
763
1,039

287
7
197
63
232
168
10

287
7
197
63
232
168
10

3

3

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 3 0... .

3,467
-8

3,357
---------

3,367
---------

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar_____

3,459

3,357

3,357

115

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e f e n s e C o m m u n ic a t io n s A g e n c y
1974
actual

1975
est.

DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIONS BY FINANCING ACCOUNT

1976
est.

1
l
Executive level V ............ ...........
GS-17...................... ............. .
1
2
G S-16.______ ______________
8
8
GS-15______________________
22
21
G S -1 4 ..........................................
11
9
G S -1 3 ...________ ___________
4
2
GS-12_____________ _________
1
GS-11..............- .............. ...............
4
5
GS-10.......................................... . . . . .
1
G S-9...............................................
2
1
G S-8____________ _______ _
1
2
G S -7 .____________ __________
12
5
G S-6_____________ _________
25
35
G S-5_______ ____ __________
4
3
G S-4_______________________ 3 . . . .
G S-3...................... ................... .
1
3
G S-2______ ____ ___________
1 _______

T o tal perm anent employ­
m e n t, end of year......... .

1976
est.

352

1974
actual

1

1975
est.

342

1
2

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
to
the
D e f e n s e A dvanced R e se a r c h
P r o je c t s A g e n c y

T o tal perm anent positio n s...
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1974
actual

352

2

Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense under
(10 U .S.C . 1581): Scientific
and professional, $34,607 to
$36,000........................................
U ngraded......................................

T otal perm anent positions.

1

POSITIONS BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT

352

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e ar---------

1

d is t r ib u t io n o f t o t a l n u m b e r of p e r m a n e n t

369
-27

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

55

2,007

1
3
14
18
9
21
16
1
20
20
83
103
35
3
3

1
3
14
20
9
20
16
1
20
19
88
110
43

55

1,804

1976
est.

1
3
14
18
9
21
16
1
20
20
83
103
35
3
3

G S -1 7 ...,......................... ...........
GS-16— ........................................
GS-15____________ _____ ____
GS-14............. ...............................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12______________________
GS-11____________ _________GS-10........ ......................... ..........
GS-9_............................................
G S-8— ........................ ...............
G S-7________________ ______
GS-6...............................................
G S -5 .-_____________________
GS-4...............................................
G S -3 ................... .............. ...........
Positions established b y P ublic
Law 80-313...... ................ .........
U ngraded ........ .........................

55

1,641

1975
est.

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e f e n s e I n t e l l ig e n c e A g e n c y
1974
actual

1976
est.
3
14
126
186
320
130
108
11
110
41
132
129
198
97
37
8
2

G S -1 8 .....................
GS-17______ ____ _ ...................
GS-16____________ .............
...................
GS-15________ _
GS-14................... _________
GS-13......................... ...................
GS-12......................
GS-11........ ............. ...................
G S -1 0 .......................
G S-9......................... ...................
G S-8.......................... ...................
GS-7........ .................. . _____
G S-6.......................... ...................
G S-5— .....................
G S-4........................... ...............
GS-3........................... ...................

1
2
10
79
165
267
411
255
25
206
74
272
253
186
105
36

G S-1........................... ...................

18

1975
est.
1
3
11
75
153
252
403
244
24
194
71
256
247
179
95
34
4
20

1976
est.
1
3
11
75
160
260
413
259
24
199
71
259
257
184
98
34
4
20

1976

C o n s o lid a te d
S c h e d u le
of
P e rm a n e n t
P o s itio n s P a id F ro m F u n d s A v a ila b le to
t h e D e f e n s e I n t e l l i g e n c e A g e n c y — Con.

1974
actual
Grades established b y th e
Secretary of Defense (10
U .S.C . 1581): Scientific and
professional, $32,806 to $36,000
U ngraded......................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

2
334

4
345

4
352

Total p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

2,701

2,615

2,688

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

2,701

2,615

2,688

1974
actual
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (10
U .S.C . 1581): Scientific and
professional, comparable to
GS grade 1 6 . .. ............... .........
U ngraded--------------- ------------

O peration an d m aintenance,
Defense agencies.....................
Research, developm ent, test
and
evaluation,
Defense
agencies......................................
T otal p erm anent positions.

1975
est.

1976
est.

2,678

2,592

2,665

23

23

23

2, 701

2, 615

2,688

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e D e f e n s e I n v e s t i g a t i v e S e r v ic e
1974
actual
GS-18................. ...........................
G S -1 7 ............................. .............
GS-16................... ..........................
G S -1 5 .....................................
GS-14.................................. ...........
GS-13........ .....................................
GS-12________ — ......................
GS-11____________ ____ _____
GS-10_________ ____ ______
G S -9 .-........ ............................... .
G S-8........ .............................. .
G S-7_______________________
G S-6_______________________
G S-5___________ ____ _______
G S-4.................................... ..........
G S-3_________ ______ _______
G S-2..............................................
U ngraded.......................................
T o tal p erm an en t positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 3 0 ... .
T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r............

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
2
6
17
38
97
312

1
2
6
17
38
97
315

1
2
6
22
46
108
340

57
6
74
52
174
204
181
24
3

57
6
74
50
205
220
198
26
3

65
6
143
48
246
220
185
30
3

1,305

1,302

1,311

7,542

7,573

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar______

7,713

7,542

7,573

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e fe n se N uclear A gency
1974
actual

1975
est.

1,193

1,315

1,470

1
3
8
83
153
385
839
1,784
61
1,597
106
236

3

1975
est.
1
3
8
75
149
360
869
1,790
58
1,490
105
220
260
431
334
83
3

1976
est.
1
3
8
75
149
360
871
1,791
58
1,492
105
227
260
436
336
86
3

1974
actual

1975
est.

GS-18_______ ______ ________
GS-17.......................... ..................
GS-16..................................... .
GS-15.............................................
GS-14................. ..........................
GS-13______________________
GS-12..................... ........................
GS-11................................. ...........
GS-10.......... ................................. .
G S-9......................................... .
G S-8...............................................
G S-7.............................. ................
G S-6...................................... .
G S-5...............................................
G S-4................................ ..............
G S-3.............................................
G S-2— _____________ ______
G S-1_______________________
U ngraded.......................................

1
8
13
309
668
1,929
4,055
6,898
136
6,499
295
3,690
1,616
5,639
5,598
2,821
624
71
12,420

1
.8
19
309
668
1,929
3,829
6,592
136
6,337
295
3,528
1,456
5,514
5,463
2,690
574
71
12,372

1
8
19
309
668
1,929
3,664
6,577
136
6,132
295
3,323
1,350
5,383
5,502
2,631
574
71
12,045

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

53,290
-5 3 8

51,791
-5 1 8

50,617
—506

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r.............

52,752

51,273

50, 111

1

1976
est.

GS-17.............................................
G S -1 6 ...______________ _____
GS-15............................ ................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13______________________
G S -1 2 ............ .............................
GS-11______________________
GS-10__________ ___________
GS-9______________ _________
GS-8........ .....................................G S-7..................................- ...........
G S-6_______ _____ __________
G S-5— ..........................................
G S-4...............................................
G S - 3 ............................................
G S-2...........................................
Grades established by the Sec­
retary of Defense (10 U .S.C .
1581), $34,607 to $36,000........ U ngraded......................................

3
6
14
20
34
67
54
14
68
10
91
43
83
69
28
1

3
5
15
21
29
67
49
13
67
11
92
45
76
76
20
5

3
5
15
21
29
68
49
12
68
12
90
46
77
77
23
5

4
43

3
42

3
44

O peration and m aintenance,
Defense ag en cies.....................
Research, developm ent, test
and
evaluation,
Defense
agencies......................................
Defense in dustrial fund . . .

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

652
-4 8

639

647
---------

T o tal perm anent positions.

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year . . . _

604

639

647

d is t r ib u t io n o f t o t a l n u m b e r o f p e r m a n e n t

POSITIONS BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT
1974
actual
O peration and m aintenance,
Defense agencies......................
Research, developm ent, test
an d evaluation, Defense agen­
cies...............................................
T otal p erm anent positions.

1975
est.

459

469

180

180

178

652

639

647

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
the
D efen se
S e c u r it y
A s s is t a n c e
A gency
1974
actual
GS-15......................................
GS-14................... ............... .........
GS-13.................... .......................
GS-12................... ....................
G S -1 1 -.................................. .
G S -9 ..................... ........... ...........
GS-8................. .............. ............ .
GS-7.......... ...................................
G S -6..............................................
GS-5..............................................
Positions established b y the
Secretary of Defense (22
U .S.C . 2151): M utual Secu­
rity assistant, $31,203 to
$36,000.........................................

15
11
7

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

69
-7

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of.......... y ear.

2
2
5
4
14
2

1975
est.
15
13
7
1
2
2
5
5
14
2

1974
actual

1975
est.

51,227

49,727

48,568

463
1,600

463
1,601

463
1,586

53,290

51,791

50,617

1976
est.
15
13
7
1
2
2
5
5
14
2

62

7

7

73
73
............ ............
73

73

1975
est.

1976

OS-15........ — ............................... — - .....................
GS-14_____________ ______________ ___________
GS-13................... ......................... ............ - ........
GS-12______________________ ______ ______
GS-11______________________ — .......................
GS-10______________________ _____ ______ —
GS-9________ ______________________ ______
GS-8........ ....................- ...................... - .................. — GS-7..................... ........................- — - ...............— G S-6.............................. ............
.......... ..............
G S-5________ _______ _______ ___________ —
G S-4____ ________________ — _____ _______ E xcepted positions---- ------- ---------------- --------U ngraded____ ______________ ______ ______

1
1
5
1
1
2
3
8
8
5
17
13
66
14

T o tal perm anent positions---------- . .
Unfilled Positions, June 30.._ --------------

-----------------

145
---------

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar------ ----------------

---------

145

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
to t h e U n it e d S t a t e s C o u r t o f M il it a r y
A ppea ls
1974
actual

7

1976
est.

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e U n if o r m e d S e r v ic e s U n iv e r s it y
o f t h e H e a l t h S e r v ic e s
1974
actual

472

1976
est.

DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIONS BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT

1976
est.

1,248
1,315
1,470
- 5 5 --------- ............

1974
actual

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C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e fe n s e Su p p l y A g ency

7,749

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e D e f e n s e M a p p in g A g e n c y

GS-18......................... ...................
GS-17......................... ...................
GS-16.........................
GS-15......................... - .................
GS-14......................... ...................
GS-13......................... ...................
GS-12......................... ...................
G S -U .........................
GS-10......................... ...................
GS-9........................... ...................
G S-8........................... ...................
GS-7........................... ...................
GS-6...........................
G S-5..........................
G S-4..........................
GS-3..........................
G S-2......................... ...................

1976
est.

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT
POSITIONS BY FINA N CIN G ACCOUNT
1974
actual

1

1975
est.

Special positions established b y
10 U .S.C . 867:
Judge,
$42,500........................................
G S -1 7 ...........................................
GS-16.................................. ...........
GS-15.....................- ................ —
GS-14.............................. ............-

3
1
1
6
4

1976
est.

1975
est.

3
1
1
6
4

3
1
1
6
4

1976

C o n s o lid a te d
S c h e d u le
of
P e rm a n e n t
P o s itio n s P a id F bom F u n d s A v a ila b le
t o t h e U n ite d S ta te s C o u r t op M i l i t a r y
A p p e a l s — C ontinued
1974
actual
GS-13...... ......................................
GS-11...... ...............................
H S -9...............................................
G S-8...... .......................................
G S-7...................................... .
G S -6 .............................................
G S -5 .............................................
G S-4...............................................
GS-3...............................................
T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___
T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of year.............

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3
1
5
3
4
4
1
3
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
3
1
5
3
4
4
1
3
1

3
1
5
9
4
4
1
3
1

40
40
40
- 1 2 .. ............... -----28

40

40

D E FEN SE CIVIL PREPA RED N ESS
AGENCY

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
op
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e D e f e n s e C iv il P r e p a r e d n e s s A g e n c y
1974
actual
Executive level IV ............. ____
GS-18.................................... ____
G8-17................................ - ........
GS-16.................................... ____
G S-15................................... ........
GS-14.................................... ........
GS-13........ ........................... ........
G S-12................................... ........
GS-11.................................... ........

1
1
5
20
47
110
109
74
22

1975
est.
1
1
5
20
47
100
100
71
24

1976
est.
1
1
4
18
44
92
101
78
25

GS-10-............................................
G S-9...... ........................................
G S - 8 ............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6........ .......................................
G S - 5 .............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3...............................................
Grades established b y Secieta ry of Defense (10 U.S.C.
1581): Scientific and professional, $36,000.......................
U ngraded......................................
T otal perm anent positions .
Unfilled positions, June 30
T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
31
17
44
58
73
38
3

1
32
16
50
59
79
40
3

1
34
19
50
59
79
40
3

1
1

1
3

1
3

653
656
653
- 1 3 . ................ ..........
643

653

653

1976

SOLDIERS’ AND AIRM EN’S HOME

CEM ETERIA L EX PEN SES

O p e r a t io n a n d M a in t e n a n c e

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actu al
GS-15............................................. I
GS-14..................... .......................
GS-12.......................................... .
GS-11___________________ —
GS-10....................... ..................... I
G 8-9..............................................
G S-7..........— ................ ..............
G S-6................... ..........................
G S-5....................... .......................
G S-4................................................
G S -3 ______ ________________
U ngraded _________ __________
T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___
T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year........... -

P a n a m a Ca n a l Com pa n y
P A N A M A C A N A L C O M PA N Y F U N D

1975

1974
actual

1976
est.

est.

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

1
6
3

1
7
3

2
6
4
9
28
4
155

2
6
4
9
31
5
165

GS-14______________________
G S -1 3...........................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9...... .....................................G S-8—........................................G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3............- ............................. G S-1........ ................ ......................
U ngraded......................................

209
220
235
—12 ...............................

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

1,123
-4 5

1,052
-2 1

1,035
-2 1

Total perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year...............

1,078

1,031

1,014

l

l
1
6
9

l

l

3
6
4
9
28
4
137

197

220

235

3
5
9
11
8
25
52
12
31
60
84
137
1
685

4
9
9
11
8
25
52
12
31
60
84
118
1
628

5
11
9
11
8
25
52
12
31
60
84
115
1
611

TH E PANAMA CANAL

CORPS O F EN G IN EER S

Ca n a l Zone G overnm ent
C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o f P e r m a n e n t P o s i ­
t io n s P a id F r o m C o r p s o f E n g in e e r s —
C i v il A p p r o p r ia t io n

o p e r a t in g e x p e n s e s

1974
actual
1974
actual
M embers. Mississippi Hiver
Commission: C ivilian, $7,500_
GS-17...........................- ................
GS-16............. ........................ —
GS-15.............................— ...........
GS-14.............................................
GS-13................. - _____ _______
GS-12................. — ......................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9......................— ................ G S -8 ...................................... .
G S-7........ ......................................
G S-6.................................. .............
G S-5....................................- .........
G S-4...............................................
G S-3............... - ..............................
G S-2................................................
G S-1 .................................. - .......................................
Special positions a t rates equal
to or in excess of $25,581:
Technical director, W ater­
w ays E xperim ent Stations,
$36.000.........................................
Ungraded positions a t rates
equivalent to less th a n $25,581.

3
6
20
151
566
1,617
2,716
3,251
186
2,166
369
2,168
1,028
2,195
1,908
1,209
387
34

1

1975
est.

1976
est.

3
6
20
153
574
1,630
2,746
3,314
184
2,243
370
2,211
1,031
2,179
1,933
1,224
348
29

1

3
6
19
154
562
1,606
2,725
3,312
184
2,237
372
2,208
1,023
2,146
1,941
1,201
339
27

1

8,560

8,541

8,482

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, J u n e 30........

28,541
-2 1 3

28,740
-2 0 0

28,548
-2 0 0

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

28,328

28,540

28,348

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1975
est.

1976
est.

1975
est.

1976

Positions established b y Board
of D irectors, P anam a Canal
Com pany:
C om ptroller, $36,000................
Secretary, $36,000........ - ..........
Vice president, $33,000_____
S ubtotal..................................
Positions established b y Presi­
dent, P an am a C anal Com­
pany:
GS-13..........................................
GS-12................... — .........
GS-11........ .................................
G S-9...........................- ..............
G S-8........................................G S-7...........................................
G S-6...........................................
G S-5_________ ___________
G S-4...... ....................................
G S-3...........................................

2
5
2
4
1
5
1
2
4
2
28

S u b to tal.............— .........

28

N onm anual:
NM-15, $26,915 to $36,000NM-14, $23,504 to $36,000..
NM-13, $20,301 to $32,613..
NM-12, $17,347 to $27,598..
NM-11, $14,643 to $23,144..
NM-10, $13,416 to $21,109..
N M -9, $12,230 to $19,197...
NM-8, $11,128 to $17,402...
NM -7, $10,067 to $15,731-..
NM-6, $9,048 to $14,165___
NM-5, $8,154 to $12,704___
NM-4, $7,301 to $11,354___
NM-3, $4,867 to $10,107-...
NM-2, $4,077 to $8,965.........
NM-1, $3,952 to $7,910____

26
74
161
204
50
175
72
180
154
224
471
601
348
59

75
177
224
52
180
79
190
165
226
482
612
342
52

9
30
75
180
226
55
195
73
194
157
224
483
615
332
55
2,903

Executive level V ........................
Grades established b y Gover­
nor of th e C anal Zone:
N onm anual:
NM-15, $26,915 to $36,000.NM-14, $23,504 to $36,000- N M -13,520,301 to $36,000-N M -12,1.17,347 to $33,963- NM-11, $14,643 to $28,484..
NM-10, $13,416 to $21,109-.
NM-9, $12,230 to $19,197--NM-8, $11,128 to $17,402...
NM-7, $10,067 to $16,135. - .
NM-6, $9,048 to $14,528___
NM-5, $8,154 to $13,355___
NM-4, $7,301 to $11,935___
NM-3, $4,867 to $10,107-. - .
NM-2, $4,077 to $8,965____
NM-1, $3,952 to $7,910.........

1

1

1

1
33
44
26
69
22
146
21
204
71
210
233
301
100
31

1
33
49
27
69
23
149
22
206
67
214
237
302
102
30

1
33
49
28
69
23
150
22
208
68
218
238
304
107
30

Subtotal..............................

1,512

1,531

1,548

U ngraded:
Postal positions........................
Police positions........................
Fire positions............................
E ducation positions................
O th er..........................................

102
263
147
723
469

102
263
149
714
469

102
263
171
719
477

S ubtotal..................................

1,602

1,595

1,630

GS-9...............................................
U ngraded......................... - ...........

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

3,217
-2 2 7

3,229
-2 2 3

3,281
-2 7 5

T o tal perm anent positionsUnfilled positions, Ju n e 30.........

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y ear.............

2,990

3,006

3,006

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r..............

8

Subtotal..............................

2,807

2,895

U ngraded......................................

8,467

8,644

8,788

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30-----

11,305
-454

11,570
-7 3 6

11,722
-8 8 8

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m e n t, end of y ear............

10,851

10,834

10,834

M ISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS
W i l d l i f e C o n s e r v a t io n , e t c ., M i l i t a r y
R e s e r v a t io n s
1974
actual
3
3

1975
est.

1976
est.
3
3

3
3

6
6
6
.............................................
6

6

6

1976

1974
actual
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e F ood a n d D r u g A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level V ........................
GS-18............................... ............
G S -1 7 ......................... ...............
GS-16............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13...........................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11........ .....................................
GS-10............................................
G S - f l- ...........................................
G S-8....................... ......................
GS-7................... ...................
G S-6.................................... ..........
G S-5.............................. ...............
G S-4..............................................
G S - 3 .... ................. .....................
G S-2........ ................... .................
G S - 1 ............................................

1
1
6
42
221
376
771
687
614
15
332
82
769
321
775
469
248
75
23

1
1
6
42
235
397
803
725
662
18
514
87
784
354
824
312
188
59
15

1
1
6
42
237
402
793
754
750
21
527
85
802
331
808
310
176
52
14

S u b to tal.................................

5,828

6,027

6,112

3

3

84
73
78
29

G rades established by act of
of J u ly 1, 1944 (42 U .S.C .
207):
A ssistant surgeon general
grade, $20,520 to $29.912.......
D irector grade, $15,214 to
$26,276.................. ............. .
Senior grade, $12,164 to $21,442
Full grade, $10,260 to $17,928..
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502............................
A ssistant grade, $8,309 to
$11,506....................................
Subtotal ...........................

G S-1__________________ ____

6

6

6

S u b to tal.................................

10,663

10,541

10,601

Grades established b y act of
Ju ly 1, 1944 (42 U .S.C .
207):
A ssistant surgeon general
grade, $21,654 to $31,565....
D irector grade, $16,052 to
$27,727.....................................
Senior grade, $12,838to$22,626
F u ll grade, $10,826 to $18,918.
Senior assistant grade, $10,058
to $16,358................................
A ssistant grade, $8,766 to
$12,139.....................................
Ju n ior assistant grade, $7,610
to $9,580..................................
Su b to tal.............................

938

S u b to tal..............................

5

5

5

116

G rades established u n d e r sec­
tion 208(g) of the Public
H ealth
Service A ct (42
U .S.C . 2 1 0 (g ))......................
U ngraded___________________

5
445

5
445

5
445

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

3,600
-7 3

3,621
-1 0 5

3,653
-106

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar______

3,527

3,516

3,547

6

5

5

2,828

2,832

2,821

31

26

Grades established under sec­
tion 208(g) of th e P H S Act
(42 U .S.C . 210(g)): $32,806 to
$36,000................ ........................
U ngraded......................................

2
2,291

4
2,336

4
2,246

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

15,799
-406

15,728
-4 0 0

15,687
-138

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

6,351
-2 7

6,545
-140

6,630
-1 3 0

15,393

15,549

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL

6,405

6,500
1974
actual

H EALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e H e a l t h S e r v ic e s A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
1974
actual

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15,328

P r e v e n t iv e H e a l t h S e r v ic e s
6,324

____ __
1
2
11
196
353
569
416
487
124
817
348
1,597
723
1,543
2,002
1,225
243

1976
est.
l
2
9
168
293
499
385
460
131
812
351
1,629
706
1,528
2,058
1,261
242

l
2
11
167
295
495
390
488
129
813
341
1,650
704
1,521
2,078
1,270
240

GS-17............................ ...............
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.......................... ............... .
G S -1 3 ..........................................
G S -1 2 ..........................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8....................... .......................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4..............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1...............................................
S u btotal.................................
G rades established by act of
Ju ly 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207):
A ssistant surgeon general
grade, $26,064 to $36,299___
D irector grade, $16,052 to
$27 727
Senior grade, $12,838 to $22,626..................... .....................
F u ll grade, $10,825 to $18,918.
Senior assistant grade, $10,058
to $16,358................................

1
1
2
1

114

84
83
81

13
205

1
1
2
1

928

84
77
80

13
205

1
1
2
1

116

15

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year..........

G rades established b y A d­
m inistrator, Agency for
I n te r n a tio n a l D e v e lo p ­
m e n t (75 S tat. 450):
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000____
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570____
FC -10, $21,816 to $28,359____
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997_____

939

15

23

26
451

6

15

300

26
445

403
350
1,003

S u b to tal.................................

25

26
422

Subtotal..

6

3

300

¡8,766 to

416
352
1,011

1
5
4
1
3
1

38

1976
est.

9

1
5
4
1
3
1

305

A ssistant grade,
$12,139....... .........

1975

413
344
1,001

1
5
4
1
3
1

13
205

Executive level IV ___________
G S -1 8 ..........................................
GS-17........ ....................................
G S -1 6 ...___________________
GS-15........ .....................................
GS-14................................. ..........
GS-13.................................... .........
GS-12............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10_________ ____________
G S-9.........................................
GS-8..........................................
G S - 7 ........................ ...................
GS-6_______ _______________
G S-5..............................................
O S-4....................... ...................
GS-3.............................. ................
G S-2............................. ................

1974
actual

1976
est.

Grades established b y A dm in­
istrator, A gency for In te r­
national D evelopm ent (75
Stat. 450):
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570........
FC -10, $21,816 to $28,359........
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997..........
FC -8, $15,604 to $20,090-____
FC -7, $14,110 to $18,532.........

Special positions established
u n d e r P u b lic Law 80-313:
Scientific an d professional,
$32,806 to $36,000......................
U ngraded......................................

T o tal p erm anent employ­
m en t, end of y e a r............

1975
est.

1
U
74
143
260
305
375
12
330
22
326
215
350
182
93
23
1
2,723

2

1975
est.

1
11

79
177
282
305
362

12
307
22
305
221
333
178

102
23
1

1976
est.

1
11

81
187
292
313
367

12
309
22
315
222
320
166
105
23

1

2,721

2,747

2

2

99

99

99

70
174

70
190

70
194

51

58

60

NATIONAL INSTITU TES OF H EALTH
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e N a t io n a l I n s t it u t e s o f H e a l t h
1974
actual
Executive level IV _ ...................
GS-17................................ ...........
GS-16........ ...................................
GS-15................. ...........................
GS-14........ ............................. .
GS-13_________ ____________
GS-12............................................
GS-11......................................
GS-10................................. ...........
G S-9......................... ................. .
G S-8................... ..........................
GS-7................. ...........................
G S-6.................................. ...........
G S-5...............................................
G S-4................................ ..............
G S-3...............................................
GS-2...............................................
GS-1..............................................
S u b to tal............................... .
Grades established b y act of
J u ly 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207) :
A ssistant surgeon general
grade, $24,700 to $34,402. _.
D irector grade, $15,214 to $26,276......................... .................
Senior grade, $12,164 to $21,928
F u ll grade." $10,260 to $Ï7'928”
Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502................................
A ssistant grade, $8,309 to $11,506...........................................

1

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
22

1
22

19
93
348
496
570
513
613
43
1,104
187

93
356
510
586
523
618
48
1,087
197
1,022

1,021

929
660
310

727
982
588
307
85

732
981
586
304
82

7,754

7,769

102
7

7,687

2

96
358
510
593
524
622
54
1,088
193

2

6

6

6

244

248

249

143
517

148
523

147
521

105

102

101

16

14

13

S u b to tal....... .........................

1,031

1,041

1,037

Grades established under sec­
tio n 208(g) of th e Public
H ealth Service A ct (42 U .S.C .
210(g)): Scientific and profes­
sional, $32,806 to $36,000.........
U ngraded........ ......... ....................

83
1,818

86
1,676

87
1,664

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

10,619

10,557
-2 2 7

10,557
-2 2 7

T o tal p e rm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r.............

10,619

10,330

10,330

1976

1974
actual

ALCOHOL, DRUG A BU SE, AND
M ENTAL H EALTH ADM INISTRATION
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
to A l c o h o l, D ru g A b u s e , a n d M e n t a l
H e a l t h A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18..............................................
GS-17..............................................
GS-16........................................ .
GS-15.................................. ..........
GS-14..............................................
GS-13...... ........................- .............
GS-12..............................................
GS-11........................................ .
GS-10..................- ..........................
G 8-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G 8-6..................... ..........................
G 8-5............................................
GS-4................................................
G S-3................................................
G S-2..............................................
G 8-1...............................................

2
13
21
175
217
182
200
315
12
283
97
470
597
895
331
213
61
4

4
13
21
197
245
206
215
318
12
297
100
474
572
841
336
208
53
4

3
9
8
144
166
138
67
107
4
140
24
215
104
119
70
21
3
1

S u b to tal..................................

4,088

4,116

1,343

G rades established b y act of
J u ly 1,1944 (42 U .S .C . 207):
D e p u ty
surgeon
general
grade, $24,700 to $34,402........
A ssistant surgeon general
grade, $20,520 to $29,912___
D irector grade, $15,214 to $26,276.......................................... .
Senior grade, $13,164 to $21,442......................... - .................
F u ll grade, $10.260 to $17,928.
Senior a ssistan t grade, $9,533
to $15.502.................................
A ssistant grade, $7,826 to
$10,836__________________
S u b to tal............................
G rades established u n d e r sec.
208(g) of th e P u b lic H e alth
Service A ct (42 U .S .C .
210(g)).........................................
U ngraded positions.....................

1

1

1

1

1

1

44

44

44

25
104

24
99

23
96

35

28

23

2

2

2

212

199

190

18
1,279

18
49

T o tal p erm anent positions _
5,608
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30___ ---------

5,612
-163

1,600
-4 6

1 5,449

1,554

T o tal, p erm an en t employm e n t, en d of y ear...............

5,608

1 F o r 4,028 transferred to D .C .

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e H e a l t h R e s o u r c e s A d m in is t r a t io n
1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

GS-18..............................
______
GS-17.......... ..............
GS-16................— ......... ..............
GS-15....................... — - _______
G S-14— ...................
..............
GS-13_______________ ..............
G S -1 2 .......... ................. ..............
GS-11— ........ - ............. ..............
GS-10— ......................... _______
G S-9________________ _______
G S-8................- ...........- ..............
G S-7— ...........................
G S-6_________ ______
G S-5...... .................. — ..............
G S-4............ .................... ..............
G S-3__________ _____ ..............
G S-2........ - .............. — ______
G S-1_______________________

1
1
7
115
203
203
130
127
3
143
25
192
167
213
100
65
24
9

1
1
8
112
213
215
138
135
1
146
26
193
169
216
102
67
24
2

1
1
8
114
211
212
140
138
1
149
26
194
169
214
100
65
24
2

S u b to tal................... _______

1,728

1,769

1,769

G rades established u n d e r sec.
208(g) of th e Public H ealth
A ct (42 U .S.C . 210(g)): Scien­
tific an d professional, $34,477
to $36,000...................................
G rades established b y act of
J u ly 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207):
A ssistant surgeon general,
$24,700 to $34 ,4 0 2 ...............

14

15

15

2

2

2

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1974
actual

10
64
26
26
19

19

16

S u b to tal..............................

161

154

152

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,889
—57

1,923
—57

1,921
—57

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar.............

1,832

1,866

1,864

9
59
25
25

9
60
25
25

ASSISTA NT SECRETARY FOR H EALTH
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm an ent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e A s s is t a n t S e c r e t a r y fo r H e a l t h
1974
actual
Executive level IV ............. ........
GS-18____ _____ ________
GS-17.................................... ........
GS-16.................................... ........
GS-15.................................... ........
G S-14.................................. ........
GS-13.................................... ........
GS-12__________________ ........
GS-11— ..........- .............. - ........
GS-10.................................... ____
G S-9...................................... ____
G S-8........ ................ ............ ........
G S-7......................... - .......... ____
G S-6— ................................ ........
G S-5.............................. — ........
G S-4...................................... ........
G S-3................................ . ____
G S-2...................................... ____

1

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
2
14
109
155
156
102
79
7
101
31
127
113
104
57
32
3

1
1
2
14
101
130
131
74
51
8
88
34
115
101
93
50
28
3

623

1,194

1,025

1

1

15

9

9

32

30

21
6

14
4
58

1
1
1

1
1
1

S u b to tal..... .............................................

3

3

G rades established u n d e r sec.
208(g) of th e P ublic H ealth
Service A ct (42 U .S.C .
210(g)): Scientific and professional, $34,477 to $36,000..........
U n g raded ....................................

5
47

9
47

8
47

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.........

690
-2

1,322
-2 5

1,141
-2 3

T otal perm anent employ­
m en t, end of y e ar..............

688

1,297

1,118

30
226
410
381
257
198
9
329
63
350
231
275
231
131
31
1
5

32
226
405
374
257
200
10
331
64
349
231
272
231
130
30
1
5

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

3,172
—410

3,176
-101

3,167
-1 0 1

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of year.............

2,762

3,075

3,066

S a l a b ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
Executive level V ........................
GS-18.............................................
G S -1 5 ..........................................
G S -1 4 ..........................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12................................ ............
GS-11........ ....................................
GS-10..................... ........................
GS-9......................... .....................
G S-8...............................................
G S -7 ..............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4............................. ...............
G S-3............................................ .
G S -2 ......................... ...................

U ngraded. (T his includes per­
sons hired under excepted
career a u th o rity as provided
in section 302 of th e General
E ducation Provisions A ct of
1972.)...........................................
T otal p erm anent positions.
UnfiUed positions, June 30___

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
30
34
34
16
15
1
12
12
34
35
31
11
7
4

1
1
27
31
31
14
15
1
12
12
34
35
31
11
7
4

1
1
26
29
29
12
13
1
11
12
33
33
29
11
7
4

278

267

252

152

103

88

430
370
-2 5 ............

340
............

370

340

405

EDUCATION DIV ISIO N: O FFIC E OF
T H E ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR
EDUCATION
S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

D IVISION: O FFIC E
EDUCATION

OF

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o p P e r m a n e n t P o s i ­
t io n s P a id F b o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e t o t h e
O f f ic e o f E d u c a t io n
1974
actual
Executive level V ______ ____ _
G ¡3-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................

29
266
464
412
193
193
7
174
72
295
257
261
284
165
72
8
4

T o tal perm anent employm e n t,e n d o f y e ar..............

G rade established b y th e A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent
(75 S tat. 450):
FC -13, $34,477 to $36,000......................
FC -12, $29,942 to $36,000..........................
FC -11, $25,451 to $33,570......... ............

EDUCATION

1976
est.

GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
GS-9............................................. .
G S -8 ..............................................
G S-7................- .............................
G S-6..............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2.............................................
G S-1...............................................
U ngraded......................................

S ubtotal___ ___________

69

1975
est.

EDUCATION D IVISION: NATIONAL
IN STITU TE O F EDUCATION

1
5
43
74
86
24
60
1
50
23
66
34
64
48
32
11

G rades established b y act of
J u ly 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207):
Surgeon
General
grade,
$26,064 to $29,880................................ .
A ssistant surgeon general
^rade, $21,654 to $31,565 ___
2
D irector grade, $16,052 to
$27,727...................................
5
Senior grade, $12,838 to
$22,626................— ...........
1
F u ll grade, $10,058 to $16,358..
7
S u b to t a l..............................

H EALTH RESOURCES
ADM INISTRATION

1976
est.

A ssistant surgeon general,
$20,520 to $ 2 9,912...............
D irector, $15,214 to $26,276...
Senior, $12,164 to $21,442........
F ull, $10,260 to $17,928............
Senior assistant, $9,533 to
$15,502.....................................

S u b to tal........................
18
1,290

1975
est.

I
3
12

1975
est.
l

1976
est.
l

5
12

5
13

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level IV ......................
GS-18...............................- ...........GS-17---------------------------------GS-16.................................... .........
GS-15..........— .........................GS-14........ .....................................
GS-13— ....................... - ...............
GS-12..........- .........- ......................
GS-11.................................. ...........
G S-9........ ........................... ...........
G S-8..............- ...................... .........
G S-7........ ......................................
G S-6___________ ____ _______
G S-5..............................................
G S -4 ............- ...............................
G S-3................... - ..........................
G S-2........ .......................................

1
1
2
1
8
4
9
11
3
8
2
6
4
6
2
1
1

1
1
2
1
8
4
9
11
3
8
2
6
4
6
2
1
1

1
1
3
9
31
35
37
25
21
17
4
35
32
18
9
3
1

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

70
-1 8

70

282
---------

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of y e a r..............

52

70

‘¿62

1976

1974
actual

SOCIAL AND REH A BILITA TIO N
SERVICE
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e S o c ia l a n d R e h a b i l i t a t i o n S e r v i c e
1974
actual
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................
S u b to tal...............................
GS-18................................... .........
GS-17___________ ______ ____
GS-16______________________
GS-15.............................................
GS-14........ ................................
GS-13____________ __________
GS-12............................................
GS-11........................................... .
G S -1 0 -..........................................
G S-9__________ ____________
G S-8................... ................... .
G S-7................................ ..............
G S - 6 .................... .......................
G S-5_________ ____ ____ ____
G S-4...............................................
G S-3..................... ........................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1_______________________
S u b to ta l...............................
U n g ra d e d......................................
T o tal perm an en t positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___
T o tal p erm an en t em ploy­
m en t, en d of y e a r ..........

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
2

1
2

1
2

3

3

3

3
3
15
218
382
404
249
173
7
244
53
264
186
304
170
101
34
15

3
3
13
192
338
358
220
152
7
213
47
233
165
270
150
89
30
13

3
3
13
193
339
360
220
153
7
215
47
235
166
272
150
89
30
13

2,825

2,496

2,508

2

2

2

2,830
-303
2,527

2,501
-7 0
2,431

2,513
-7 3
2,440

SOCIAL SECURITY ADM INISTRATION
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e O f f ic e o f t h e S ec r eta r y
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1

1
1

1
1

S u b to tal______

2

2

2

GS-18____________
G 8-17____________
GS-16...... ..................
GS-15___________
GS-14...............
GS-13____________
GS-12____________
G S -1 1 .......... .

6

12
12

12
12

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43
1,090
1,342
2,870
4,172
4,016

S u b to tal.................................
U ngraded__ _____ __________
T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___
T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e a r . ..........

43
1,087
1,340
2,866

4,166
4.011

1976
est.

O FFIC E O F T H E SECRETARY

8,141
3,473
2,691
8,635
7,591
7,886
7,941
8,932
2,202
418

8,130
3,468
2,687
8,623
7,580
7,875
7,930
8,835
2,199
417

72,21871,467

71,281

7,468
2,947
2,526
4,307
8,197
11,141
11,219
9,886
1,631
199

584

584

72,768 72,053
—1,514 -1 ,0 0 4

548

71,867

71,25471,049

-1,002
70,865

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HUMAN
D EVELOPM ENT
H u m a n D evelo pm ent
1974
actual

1975
est.

Executive level IV ___________________
Executive level V ........................ ........ .

1
1

1976
est.
1
1

Subtotal___ __________ _______ 2

2

GS-18______________________
1
GS-17_______ ______________
3
GS-16........................................... .
2
G S -1 5 ............................ - ...........
28
GS-14.............................................
45
GS-13________ _____________
81
GS-12________________ ____ 61
GS-11______________ ________
46
GS-10______________ ________________
G S-9................................ .............
43
G S-8................. ............................
3
G S-7________ -................ ..........
20
G S -6 ...........- ........................... . . .
29
G S-5_______ _____________ 51
GS-4______________ _______ _
19
G S - 3 ......................................
9
G S -2 ............................... ..............................
G S - 1 ............................- .............. ............
S u b to tal________ _____ _

Executive level IV ,.
Executive level V__.

13
43
951
1,239
2,625
3,903
3,917

GS-10_____ ________________
G S-9....................................... .
G S -8 ......... — .............................
GS-7..................... .........................
G S-6_____ _______ _________
GS-5........ ....................... ...............
G S -4 -................................. ..........
G S-3-....................... .....................
GS-2............................................. .
GS-1........ — ____ _____ ______

1975
est.

1
3
5
64
119
160
122
98
4
77
12
69
74
104
59
43
4
2

441

Grades established b y act of
Ju ly 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207):
D irector grade, $15,214 to
$26,276................. - ............................. .
Senior
grade, $12,164 to
$15,502........... ................................... .
S u b to tal.................................................
T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30___

441
—28

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r. _........

413

1

3
4
64
118
159

121
98
4
77

12

69
73
104
59
43
5

2

1,020
1,016

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e
to t h e O f f ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y
1974
actual

1976
est.

1975
est.

E xecutive level I .........................
Executive level I I I ......................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V .....................

1
1
5
2

1
1
4
2

1
1
4
2

Subtotal..................................

9

8

8

GS-18.............................................
G S -1 7 ...........................................
GS-16_______ _______ - .............
G S - 1 5 .- ................................ —
GS-14............................ ................
GS-13........ .....................................
GS-12______________________
GS-11........ .................... - ..............
GS-10.............................. ...............
G S-9_________ ______ — .........
G S-8........................................
G S-7........................................... G S-6..............— ........................G S-5...........................................G S-4................................ ........... G S-3__________________ ____
G S - 2 .................................
G S-1________ _____ — ........ -

12
28
45
371
554
685
640
553
33
491
109
624
470
578
320
134
29
8

8
26
40
326
498
631
601
501
30
449
101
576
421
526
283
126
26
6

8
26
40
387
581
721
687
628
31
565
110
696
497
599
343
135
27
6

5,684

5,175

6,087

4 ______

______

S ubtotal................................
Grades established b y act of
Ju ly 1,1944 (42 U .S.C . 207):
A ssistant surgeon general,
$24,700 to $34,402.................D irector grade, $15,214 to
$26,276.....................................
Senior grade, $12,164 to
$21,442................. ....................
F ü llg rad e, $10,260 to $17,928Senior assistant grade, $9,533
to $15,502— ................... —

Grades established b y A dm in­
istrator, A gency for In te r­
national D evelopm ent (75
S tat. 450):
FC -13, $34,477 to $36,000—
FC -11, $25,457 to $33,570— FC -10, $21,816 to $28,359____

15 ______

______

11 ______
3

______
______

2 ............
35 ---------

............

1 ______
1 ______
1 ---------

______
______
---------

1

1

1

1

3

2

2

99

94

94

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30-----

5,830
-5 2 3

5,277
-1 4 3

6,189
-1 8 0

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

5,307

5,134

6,009

1,020
1,024
—32-2 8

992

992

1976

C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
the
A d m in is t r a t iv e O p e r a t io n s F u n d
a n d W o r k in g C a p it a l F u n d
1974
actu al

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I .........................
Executive level I I I ......................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
1
9
7

1
1
11
6

1
1
11
6

S u b to tal..................................

18

19

19

GS-18........ ..............................
GS-17........................................ .
GS-10........ ................. .................
GS-15.............................................
G 8-14..............................................
GS-13..................... — ..................
GS-12........ ....................................
GS-11___........................ ...............
GS-10______________________
GS-9........ ......................................
G 8-8...............................................
GS-7..................... ........................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5_______________________
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1..............................................

6
36
84
555
1,026
1,595
2,295
2,674
49
1,069
217
1,074
920
1,519
1,282
471
68
10

7
36
85
566
1,098
1,614
2,275
2,634
62
1,090
223
1,126
928
1,536
1,304
460
67
14

7
36
85
566
1,095
1,627
2,276
2,626
58
1,098
223
1,122
927
1,543
1,302
456
66
12
15,125

S u b to tal..................................

14,950

15,125

U ngraded......................................

53

56

56

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

15,021

15,200
---------

15,200
............

15,021

15,200

15,200

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T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of y ear.............

1976

LAND AND W A TER RESOURCES

O f f ic e of W ate r R e s e a r c h a n d T e c h n o l o g y

B u r e a u of L a n d M a n a g e m e n t
CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT PO SI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
1974
actu al

1975
est.

1976
est.

1974
actual
GS-18.................................. ...........
GS-17.............................................
G S -1 6 .................. .......................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.......................................
GS-13........................................—
GS-12..................... .......................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.......................................
GS-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
GS-7...............................................
GS-6— ........................................
G S-5...............................................
GS-4..............................................

1
2
9
16
21
7
4
1
4
5
7
14
4
3
1

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
2
9
14
16
5
3
2
4
3
5
11
2
1
1

1
2
7
15
10
4
1
2
1
4
6
8
1
2
0

E xecutive level V ........................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.........................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.......... ..................................
G S-9...............................................
G S-8.................................. ............
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
GS-5...............................................
GS-4........................................ .
GS-3...... ........................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1................................ ..............

1
1
8
44
121
294
501
945
7
786
68
457
214
457
234
67
6
3

1
1
8
46
128
330
530
1,041
7
1,247
52
506
227
512
250
73
20
2

1
1
8
46
128
335
537
1,052
5
1,370
47
517
227
497
250
81
19
2

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30

4,214
-183

4,981
-4 3 9

5,123
-4 3 9

FISH AND W IL D L IFE AND PARKS

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of year.............

4,031

4,542

4,684

B u r e a u o f O ut d o o r R e c r e a t io n

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERM ANENT PO SI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
1975
est.

1976
est.

E xecutive level V ........................
G S -1 8 ...........................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.........................................
GS-15...... ...................................
G S-14.. .........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10— ..................... .............
G S-9............... ............... ..............
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...........................................
G S-6........ ............... ...................
GS-5.......... ..................................
GS-4..............................................
GS-3............................... .............
GS-2................... ......................
G S-1................... ..........................

2
8
65
204
476
920
1,045
62
743
66
810
398
753
640
310
81
19

1
1
5
10
66
205
477
921
1,046
59
744
62
818
400
757
695
374
100
21

1
1
5
10
68
205
478
922
1,046
59
746
62
820
402
760
697
375
100
21

S u b to tal.................................

6,603

6,762

6,778

1

G rades established b y author­
ity in section 625(d)(1) of
th e Foreign Assistance A ct
of 1961, as am ended, and
Executive O rder 11637, De­
cem ber 22,1971:
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC -11, $25,457 to $33,570........
FC -10, $21,816 to $28,359____
F C -9 , $18,532 to $23,997..........
FC -8, $15,604 to $20,090..........
FC -2, $8,473 to $8,755.............

3

S u b to ta l.................................

14

5

18

U ngraded......................................

1,881

1,837

1,913

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

8,498
-2 7 4

8,004
-297

8,709
-3 6 7

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of y e a r.............

8,224

8,307

8,342

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U ngraded......................................

3 ---------

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

102
-3

79
-1 5

64

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

99

64

64

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
BUREAU OF OUTDOOR RECREATION

B u r e a u o f R e c l a m a t io n

1974
actual

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

4
5
1
1 ............

1976
est.

G S-5..............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
U ngraded......................................

506
199
46
8
419

512
203
48
6
415

505
203
48
6
415

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

4,249
-209

4,488
-3 5 3

4,588
-3 8 2

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e a r.............

4,040

4,135

4,206

N a t i o n a l P a r k S e r v ic e
CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSITIONS PAID FROM F U N JS AVAILABLE TO TH E
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level V ........................
GS-18..........- .................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13........ ........................... .........
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
GS-9......................................... —
G S-8...............................................
GS-7............................................. GS-6.........................................
G S-5...............................................
GS-4............................................. .
G S-3...............................................
GS-2..............................................

1
7
110
228
503
719
677
7
812
44
637
427
719
435
96
18

1
1
4
7
112
240
530
739
706
8
848
45
658
425
762
461
100
19

U ngraded......................................

2,723

2,830

2,836

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

8,164
-9 0 3

8,496
-1 ,3 7 8

8,546
-1,378

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

7,261

7,118

7,168

1

1
1
4
9
110
240
530
739
707
8
848
45
662
426
767
493
101
19

1

1

3
22
44
53
77
82
2
50
12
55
38
49
30
15
3

3
20
40
56
77
80
2
57
12
55
39
51
32
13
4

1
1
2
20
39
52
75
80
2
51
11
55
37
49
30
14
4

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

536
-7 5

542
-109

523
-9 0

G e o l o g ic a l S u r v e y

T o tal perm anent employm e n t.e n d o fy e a r..............

461

433

433

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSITIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO1 TH E
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

F is h

and

W il d l i f e

E xecutive level V ..............
GS-18.................................. .____
GS-17.................................. ..........
GS-16................................... .........
GS-15................................... ..........
GS-14................................... .........
GS-13................................... ..........
GS-12................................... ..........
GS-11................................... ..........
GS-10................................... ____
GS-9..................................... ..........
G S-8..................................... ..........
G S-7..................................... ____
G S-6..................................... ..........

ENERGY AND M INERALS

1974
actual

S e r v ic e

1974
actual

2
5
11
............

1975
est.

GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
G S -1 6 ........................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13............................................
GS-12............................................
GS-11........ .....................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9...............................................
GS-8...............................................
G S-7.............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5........ ......................................
G S-4...............................................
G S -3 ............................................
G S-2..............— .........................

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
F IS H AND W ILDLIFE SERVICE»
2
1
2

1974
actual

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

1
2
15
42
173
288
556
595
1
624
24
519
231

1975
est.
1
1
2
21
42
195
336
596
632
1
684
23
530
240

1976
est.
1
1
2
21
42
197
336
608
653
1
718
23
568
240

Executive level V .......................
GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-9...............................................
GS-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-5............... ..............................
G S-3...............................................

Subtotal..................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
4
10
48
359
458
872
1,080
1,300
134
1,060
212
572
390
665
514
173
49
1

1
D
14
61
398
538
968
1,175
1,342
170
1,113
237
635
410
744
545
198
57
1

1
5
14
61
409
552
994
1,206
1,377
174
1,142
243
653
421
763
560
203
58
1

7,901

8,611

8,836

1976

EN ER G Y

AND

M I N E R A L S — Continued

G e o l o g i c a l S u r v e y — C o n t in u e d
CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERM ANENT PO SI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO T H E
g eo l o g ic a l SURVEY— c o n t in u e d
1974
actual

1975

S o u t h w e s t e r n P o w er A d m in is t r a t io n

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT PO SI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
ALASKA POWER ADMINISTRATION

CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERM ANENT POSI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
SOUTHW ESTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION

1974
actual

1976
est.

G rades established b y th e A d­
m in istrato r, Agency for
In tern atio n al D evelopm ent
(75 Stat. 450):
FC-13, $34,477 to $36,000.....
PC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570...
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359____
F C -9 ,418,532 to $23,997..........
FC -8, $15,604 to $20,090.____
FC -6, $12,934 to $10,610.........

1
7
10
13
4
6
1

1
7
11
13
3
7
1

1
7
11
13
3
7
1

S u b to tal...................... ...........

42

43

43

U ngraded..................... ................

413

344

344

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

8,357

8,999

9,224

8,357

8,991

1,216

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

A l a s k a P ow er A d m in is t r a t io n

GS-16.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
G 8-12................. - ................ .........
GS-11.............................................
G S-9................................ - ...........
G S-7..............................................
G S-5................................ - ............
U ngraded......................................
T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____
T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

1
2
8
1
1
1
4
4
16

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

1
2
7
2
2
1
4
3
16

1
2
7
2
2
1
4
3
16

38
38
38
- 5 ............ ............
33

38

38

G 8-15..............................................
GS-14..............................................
GS-13.................................- .........
GS-12............................................
G S - 1 1 . ........................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-2............... ..............

5
9
12
12
12
2
10
3
11
13
11
5
4
3

5
9
12
14
10
2
12
5
11
11
13
4
7
2

5
9
12
13
9
2
17
5
10
11
8
4
8
0

Grades established b y Execu­
tiv e O rder 11576, com parable
to GS-18____ _____________
U ngraded_____ _____________

1
60

1
57

1
57

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30.........

173
-1 3

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year______

160

GS-10........................... .

G S-9................... ...........................
G 8-8................................................
G 8-7................................................
G 8-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G 8-4__________ _______ _____
G S-3.................................... ...........

175
-4 .

171

171

171

B o n n e v il l e P o w e r A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERMANENT PO SI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION

M in in g E n fo r c em e n t a n d S a f e t y
A d m in is t r a t io n
SALARIES AND EXPENSES
1974
actual
GS-18..............................................
GS-16..............................................
GS-15........................................ .
GS-14..............................................
GS-13............- ............................
GS-12..............................................
GS-11.................................. ..........
GS-10.................................... .........
GS-9................................................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7........................................
G S-6................- .............................
GS-5...............................................
G S-4............................................
G S-3........................................
G S-2..................................
G S-1........................................
U ngraded......................................

1
5
41
68
221
913
337
3
388
12
109
53
160
171
235
71
3
19

1975
est.
1
5
41
73
232
929
403
3
390
12
119
53
170
181
235
71
3
19

1974
actual

1976
est.
1
5
41
82
268
1,138
378
3
365
12
99
53
173
199
242
71
3
19

T o ta l p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30

2,810
“ 401

2,940
-8 9

3,152
-8 9

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

2,409

2,851

3,063

1975
est.

B U R E A U O F IN D IA N A F F A I R S
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F ro m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e B u r e a u o f I n d i a n A f f a ir s

1976
est.

1974
actual

1
1
3
41
100
219
407
321
42
211
92
190
91
183
176
72
12

1
1
4
40
104
228
421
322
42
222
91
196
95
184
183
76
13

1
1
4
41
107
251
433
329
42
233
90
203
99
195
188
80
13

U ngraded....................................

1,186

1,236

1,280

T o ta l perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30........

3,348
-235

3,459
-371

3,590
-4 7 7

U n g ra d e d .,........................ .........

3,113

T o tal perm anent positionsUnfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

E xecutive level V ........................
GS-17........................................... GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14...... .......................................
GS-13...........................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10........................................—
G S-9.....................- ........................
G S-8..........................................—
G S-7........................................
G S-6...........................- ..................
G S-5...........................- ................ G S-4...............................................
G S-3................. - ............................
G S-2.................................- ...........
G S-1..................... — ....................

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

3,113

3,088

Executive level V ........................
GS-18.............................. ...............
GS-17............................................
G 8-16..................... ................... .
GS-15.............................................
GS-14..............................................
GS-13........ ...................... ...............
G S -1 2 ..........................................
GS-11..................-...............- .........
GS-10.............................................
G S-9............................... ..............
G S-8...... ........................................
G S-7...................................... .........
G S-6........ ............... .....................
G S-5____ ___________________
G S-4.......... ...................... ...............
G S-3....................... ........................
G S-2.......................................... .
G S-1................................................

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r.............

1
1
2
5
63
291
424
977
1,479
61
2,980
40
836
480
1,305
2,382
1,036
68
9
2,954

1975

1976
est.

453
1,004
1,485

453
1,004
1,485
54
3,026
40
842
481
1,239
2,348

3,026
40
842
481
1,239
2,348

59

59

2,544

2,544

1,000

1,000

15,394 14,956 14,956
—1,493 -1 ,6 3 6 -1 ,6 3 6
13,901

13,320

13,320

B u r e a u of M in e s
CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULE OF PERM ANENT PO SI­
TIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO TH E
BUREAU OF M IN ES

S o u t h e a s t e r n P o w er A d m in is t r a t io n

T E R R I T O R IA L A F F A I R S

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
1974
actual
E xecutive level V .......................
GS-18....................................
GS-17......................................
GS-10......................... ...................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14........................................
GS-13......................... ...................
GS-12.......................................
GS-11..................................
GS-10............................................
G S-9..............................................
Q S-8..................: ..........................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6................................................
G S-5.............................................
G S-4................................................
G S-3..............................................
GS-2..............................................
GS-1..............................................
U ngraded.......................................

1
1
6
12
66
167
226
348
297
14
242
64
220
147
271
192
114
44
375

1975
est.
1
3
5
39
68
193
250
350
293
14
253
64
241
141
260
189
121
51
2
376

1
3
5
42
68
197
255
363
302
14
264
64
250
141
267
188
121
51
2
376

T o tal p erm an en t positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

2,807
-1 1 5

2,914
-6 2

2,974
-2 8

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r.............

2,092

2,852

2,946

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C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o T e r r it o r i a l A f f a i r s

1976
est.
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1974
actual
GS-17............................ ................
GS-15..........................................G S -1 4 ..-................................ .
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
G S - 9 ................................- ..........
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6.......... - ...................................
GS-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
GS-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................

1
3
2
1
5
3
3
1
1
4
6
3
1
1

1
3
2
1
5
3
3
1
1
4
7
3
0
1

1
3
3
1
4
4
2
1
1
6
6
2
0
1

U ngraded......................................

2

2

2

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30.........

37

37

37

37

37

37

T o tal perm anent employ­
m en t, end of year.............

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18..............................................
GS-16..............................................
GS-15..........................................GS-14..............................................
GS-13...........................— - ...........
GS-12..............................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10..............................................
GS-9.................................. -...........
G S-8...............................................
GS-7................................................
G S-6................................................
G S-5............................................. G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
U ngraded.......................................

2
2
16
18
28
47
43
10
20
5
11
6
12
1
3
12

2
2
14
18
30
47
47
9
17
4
12
5
11
1
3
12

2
2
15
18
28
45
44
9
13
3
13
6
11
1
3
12

T o ta l p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30-----

236
-1 3

234
-7

225
-3

T o ta l perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r.............

223

227

222

1976

1974
actual

SECRETA RIAL O FFICES
O f f i c e o f t h e S o l ic it o r

GS-1_______________________

SALARIES AND EXPENSES
1974
actual
Executive level I V ................
GS-18........ ..............................
GS-17................... - .......... — GS-16................... ....................
GS-15.......................................
GS-14.......................................
GS-13................... - ...........—
GS-12.......................................
GS-11........................................
GS-10........................................
G S-9............... - ........................
G S-8..................... - ..................
G S-7..................- .............. — G S-6........ .................................
G S-5___________ ______ _
G S-4___ _________________
G S-3.................................. — .
G S-2..........................................

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1
1
1
4
45
78
58
18
39
3
3
16
28
46
38
6
5

1975
est.
1
1
1
4
45
78
61
18
48
1
8
16
35
62
38
8
2
1

1976
est.
1
1
1
4
47
75
51
23
47
1
16

42
64
18
12
4
1

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

1 ............

............

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

391
-5 8

428
-1 4

453
—14

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar.............

333

414

439

O f f ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y
OF PERMANENT POSITIONS PAID FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE TC1 TH E
OFFICE OF T H E SECRETARY

c o n s o l id a t e d s c h e d u l e

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18................. ...........................
GS-17........ .....................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
GS-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2..............................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

4
16
50
144
110
96
109
108
9
115
55
134
76
88
40
23
5

5
18
53
147
117
105
125
124
10
124
55
141
74
94
42
24
5

5
18
54
152
117
114
126
123
10
124
55
148
74
92
42
24
5
1,283

S u b to ta l................................

1,182

1,263

U ngraded......................................

47

47

47

level I . . .....................
level I I I _ . ..................
level IV ......................
level V ........................

1
1
6
1

1
1
6
1

1
1
6
1

T otal perm anent p ositions..
Unfilled positions, June 30___

1,238
-6 2

1,319
-5 0

1,339
-5 0

S u b to tal..................................

9

9

9

T otal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

1,176

1,269

1,289

Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

1976

FED ERA L BUREAU OF
INVESTIGATION

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I .........................
E xecutive level I I .......................
Executive level IV ......................
E xecutive level V ........................

1
1
3
1

1
1
3
1

1
1
3
1

S u b to tal..................................

6

6

6

GS-18.............................................
GS-17..............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9..............................................
GS-8......................... .....................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G 8-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
GS-2..............................................

7
14
18
52
102
100
77
56
10
74
39
106
116
118
102
63
13

7
14
17
59
119
120
88
71
11
81
40
97
127
121
117
36
12

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o t h e B u r e a u o f P r is o n s

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

7
14
17
61
121
119
94
73
12
83
46
105
129
110
107
26
10

S u bto tal.................................

1,067

1,137

1,134

U ngraded......................................

61

69

72

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 80___

1,134
-9 3

1,212
-4 8

1,212
-4 8

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

1,041

1,164

1,164

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1974
actual

Executive level I I .......................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
1
2

1
1
2

1
1
2

Subtotal..................................

4

4

4

GS-18............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16............................................
GS-15............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11....................... ....................
GS-10.............................................
GS-9........................................—
G S-8................. ............................
G S-7................................ ..............
G S-6...............................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4..............................................
GS-3................... - ..........................
GS-2...............................................

20
43
77
306
805
3,470
1,195
2,646
803
279
222
941
939
2,959
2,869
1,975
639

20
43
77
306
756
3,481
1,551
2,350
703
241
343
921
1,172
3,396
2,727
1,800
318

20
43
77
402
844
3,469
2,420
1,299
1,041
212
355
930
1,448
3,448
2,560
1,350
221

Subtotal..................................

20,188

20,205

20,139

U ngraded......................................

275

285

278

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 3 0 ... .

20,467
-901

20,494
-8 6 0

20,421
-1,121

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

19,566

19,634

19,300

LEGAL A CTIVITIES
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
op
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to L e g a l A c t iv it ie s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
11
2

1
11
2

1
10
2

S u b to tal..................................

14

14

13

GS-18......................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.................................... .........
GS-15....................... .....................
GS-14.........................................GS-13.....................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11............ .................................
G S-10.— ......................................
G S-9.............................. - .............GS-8.......... — ...............................
GS-7................................................
G S-6.........................................—
G S-5_________ - .........................
G S-4.......................................
G S-3— ........ ................................
G S-2...............................................
G S-1........ .............. ...............

11
19
74
384
341
475
410
426
28
1,007
224
897
918
929
379
159
31
3

11
20
73
385
350
492
432
427
42
1,330
235
898
905
767
360
169
33
3

11
19
72
383
354
505
426
419
41
1,600
272
729
887
779
364
159
33
3

Subtotal..................................

6,715

6,932

7,056

U ngraded.......................................

1,458

1,496

1,610

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

8,187
-4 7 5

8,442
—406

8,679
-3 8 7

T o tal p erm anent employ­
m en t, end of year.............

7,712

8,036

8,292

1
4
13
69
140
189
434
752
91
1,007
1,042
1,710
975
458
125
19
1

1976
est.

1
4
13
73
145
198
471
829
97
1,173
1,134
1,940
984
477
147
16
1

1
4
13
74
143
199
479
845
97
1,206
1,135
1,943
982
483
130
16
1

U ngraded......................................

1,236

1,316

1,323

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

8,266
-527

9,019
-508

9,074
-3 9 5

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r.............

7,739

8,511

8,679

LAW ENFORCEM ENT ASSISTANCE
ADMINISTRATION
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZA­
TION SERVICE

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

Executive level I I I ....................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

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Executive level V ........................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................. ..............
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11........................................... .
GS-10............................................
GS-9...............................................
GS-8...............................................
GS-7...............................................
GS-6...............................................
GS-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-1...............................................

1975
est.

1974
actual
Executive level V ........................
GS-18................... .........................
GS-17................... .........................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15..........................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12........................................... .
GS-11.........................— ............ .
GS-10.............................................
G S-9........................................
G S -8......... ......................... ..........
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S - 3 - ...........................................
GS-2— ............................ ............
G S-1.............................................

1
1
11
10
101
169
314
392
951
225
1,745
293
683
488
1,040
748
609
50
3

1975
est.
1
1
11
9
99
170
313
394
949
225
2,136
393
635
483
701
752
609
50
3

1976
est.
1
1
11
9
109
185
313
394
1,135
225
2,136
581
639
483
754
1,035
609
50
3

Executive level I I I ........................
Executive level IV ........... T...........
Executive level V ..........................

1
1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1
1

1
1
1

Subtotal....................................

3

3

3

GS-18...............................................
GS-17...............................................
GS-16...............................................
GS-15...............................................
GS-14...............................................
GS-13...............................................
GS-12...............................................
GS-11...............................................
GS-10...............................................
G S-9.................................................
G S-8..............- .................................
G S-7.................................................
G S-6.................................................
G S-5.................................................
G S-4.................................................
G S-3.................................................
GS-2.................................................

3
3
14
45
85
111
57
62
1
50
11
70
36
63
52
22
3

3
3
14
48
96
133
85
68
1
52
11
72
37
71
51
21
2

3
3
14
47
96
133
85
68
1
52
11
72
37
71
51
21
2

U ngraded......................................

148

148

159

Subtotal....................................

688

768

767

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30.......

7,982
-5 0 9

8,082
-4 7 7

8,832
-4 7 7

T otal p erm anent p o sitions..
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 ........

691
-3 3

771
-1 1

770
-1 1

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

7,473

7,605

8,355

T otal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year...............

658

760

759

1976

DRUG ENFORCEM ENT
ADMINISTRATION
S a la r ie s

and

E xp en ses
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

E xecutive level I II ......................
E xecutive level V ._ .....................

1
1

1
1

1
1

S u b to tal..................................

2

2

2

GS-18.............................................
GS-17.............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15........................................... .
G S -1 4 ...................................... ..
GS-13............................. ..............
GS-12............................................
GS-11.............................. ..............
G S -1 0 .........................................
G S-9..........................................
G S-8..................... ................. .
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...... .........................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3.......... ....................................
G S-2.............................. ...............
G S-1.......... ............................ .

3
4
15
92
241
571
683
539
1
340
27
329
204
446
269
177
74
3

3
4
15
119
278
584
1,045
264
1
385
27
210
204
575
269
177
74
3

3
4
15
120
279
596
1,296
215
1
208
27
218
204
581
269
177
74
3

S u b to tal.................................

4,018

4,237

4,290

G rades established b y reorgani­
zation plan N o. 2 of 1973,
com parable to GS grades:
SR -18........ ......... .................... .
SR -16..........................................

2
2

2
2

2
2

S u b to tal..................................

4

4

4

U n g rad ed ......................................

21

21

21

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

4,045
-2 8

4,264
-9 6

4,317
-9 9

T o tal p erm an en t employm en t, end of y ear.............

4,017

4,168

4,218

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C

1976

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
ADM INISTRATION
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o M a n p o w e r A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual
E xecutive level IV .......................
Executive level V.......................

1975
est.

I
1

1974
actual

1976
est.
1
1

1
1

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
1

1
1

1
1

S u b to tal..................................

2

2

2

S ubtotal..................................

2

2

2

GS-18.......... ..................................
GS-17..............................................
GS-16............ ..................... ...........
GS-15........ ..................... ...............
GS-14.............................. ..............
GS-13....................... ......................
GS-12..................... .......................
GS-11____ ____ ______ _______
GS-10........ ................ — ..............
G S-9______________ ______ . . .
G S-8............— .................... .........
G S-7.................................... ...........
G S-6...... ....................................
GS-5...... .................... ....................
GS-4............................................
G S-3.................................... ...........
G S-2_____ ___________ ______
G S-1_______________________

3
10
29
260
424
719
599
196
2
139
27
176
285
572
254
77
7
1

3
10
29
240
405
670
602
219
2
136
26
162
272
560
240
76
7
1

3
10
29
238
401
660
564
190
2
131
26
156
267
514
223
68
7
1

GS-18................... — ....................
GS-17__________ ____________
G S-16.................... ........................
GS-15.................................. ...........
GS-14.............................................
GS-13..............................................
GS-12_______________ _______
GS-11............ .................................
G S -1 0 ..........................................
G S-9___________ ___________
G S-8.......... .....................................
G S -7 ...................... ........................
G S-6...............................................
G S-5..........— ..............................
G S-4_______________ ________
G S - 3 .............................................
GS-2............................................G S-1_______________________

1
3
14
98
181
229
860
168
3
122
13
241
237
349
181
122
16
1

1
3
14
97
188
265
953
169
3
134
13
253
237
385
185
126
16
1

1
3
14
106
189
266
993
169
3
140
13
253
241
399
185
126
16
1

S u b to tal..................................

3,780

3,660

3,490

S u b to ta l................................

2,839

3,043

3,118

2,841
-1 9 2

3,045
-2 1 5

3,120
-2 1 5

2,649

2,830

2,905

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30

3,782
-2 2 0

3,662
-2 1 4

3,492
-2 0 9

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30 ..

T o tal perm anent employm e n t, end of year...........

3,562

3,448

3,283

T o tal perm anent em ploym ent, end of year.............

E xecutive level V ........................
GS-17..............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15......................................
GS-14............................................
GS-13.................................... .........
GS-12____ _____ _____ _____ _
GS-11........ ....................................
GS-10......................................
G S-9.................................. - ...........
G S-8........ ............ ........................
G S-7..............................................
G S-6................................................
G S-5...............................- ...............
G S-4....................................- .........
GS-3................................................
G S-2.................................- .............
U ngraded.......................................

1
2
13
70
106
165
175
212
1
140
20
132
102
212
91
29
10
2

1
2
13
72
112
173
212
233
1
164
21
145
105
243
107
41
11
2

1
2
13
73
116
179
243
264
1
171
21
180
108
264
114
40
11
2

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30

1,483
-1 0 0

1,658
-1 3 5

1,803
-8 8

T o tal perm anent employm e n t, end of year.............

1,383

1,523

1,715

D EPA RTM EN TA L MANAGEMENT
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
D epa r tm en ta l M a n a g em en t
1974
actual

LABOR-MANAGEMENT SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH ADM INISTRATION

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
E xecutive level IV ......................
GS-18..............................................
GS-17.......... ..................................
GS-16........ - .................................
G S -1 5 ......................... ..................
GS-14........................................
GS-13.......... ................. ................
GS-12............................................
GS-11...................................... .
GS-10................— ____ _______
G S-9...........................— ..............
G S-8............— ................ - ...........
G S-7..................... .........................
G S-6................... ...........................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4...... ........................................
G S-3..............................................
G S-2................................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I .........................
Executive level I I I ......................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................

1
1
5
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1
5
1

1
1
5
1

Subtotal..................................

8

8

8

GS-18.............................................
GS-17................... - ................
GS-16.................................. ..........
GS-15.............................................
GS-14..............................................
GS-13..............................................
GS-12.................................. ...........
G S -1 1 ..........................................
GS-10................... — - ..................
G S-9.............. - ..........................—
G S-8.................................. .............
G S-7________ ______________
G S-6........................................ .
G S-5................................................
G S-4............ ..................................
G S-3..................... ................. .
G S-2........ ......................................

4
23
33
237
232
297
236
193
10
244
68
218
228
237
168
62
11

3
24
34
251
222
275
221
158
10
247
62
220
220
250
154
60
12

3
24
33
251
222
270
216
159
10
242
62
195
215
245
149
55
12
2,366

14
11
40
75
139
43
51
5

1
1
8
24
105
111
160
428
62
6
31
13
64
84
164
123
48
3

1
1
8
24
105
111
159
433
67
6
31
13
64
83
164
125
50
3

Executive level IV ......................
GS-17................... .........................
GS-16..................... ............... .
GS-15______________________
GS-14............................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12______________________
G S -1 1 ..................................... —
G S -1 0 .....................................
G S-9........ ............. ............... — .
GS-8__..........................................
G S-7............................. ................
G S - 6 - ...........................................
G S-5...............................................
G S-4.................................... ..........
G S-3..................... ....................—
G S-2...............................................

1
2
12
48
133
235
251
209
1
202
14
141
86
152
77
52
10

1
2
12
48
133
235
300
312
1
296
14
195
97
152
77
52
10

1
2
6
44
133
235
300
312
1
296
14
194
94
146
77
52
10

Su b to tal..................................

2,501

2,411

U ngraded.......................................

80

79

79

T o tal p erm an en t positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30

1,007
-7 7

1,436
-1 6 7

1,448
-1 9 1

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30____

1,626
-3 0

1,937
-5 2

1,917
-6 0

T o ta l p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

2,589
-2 9 1

2,490
-1 1 8

2,445
-7 3

T o tal p erm anent em ploym en t, end of y e a r ............

930

1,269

1,257

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of year.............

1,596

1,885

1,857

T o ta l p erm anent em ploym en t, end of year.............

2,298

2,372

2,272

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S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

1976
est.

1975
est.

4
9
79
96
154
252
34

1976

ADM INISTRATION O F FOREIG N
A FFA IR S

A c q u is it io n , O p e r a t io n , a n d M a in t e n a n c e
o r B u il d in g s A broad

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

E xecutive level I .........................
Executive level I I ........................
E xecutive level I I I ......................
E xecutive level IV ......................
E xecutive level V ........................

1
28
32
57
44

1
28
32
57
44

1
28
32
57
48

S u bto tal..................................

162

162

166

G S-18.............................................
GS-17................... ..........................
0 8 -1 6 ..............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14.................................. ..........
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-9......................... ......................
G S-8..............................................
G S-7.............................................
G S-6............................................
G S-5.................................. ............
G 8-4............................................
G S-3...............................................
GS-2............................................
G S-1..............................................

3
3
20
97
113
154
150
224
30
371
211
439
278
365
223
143
80
3

3
3
20
97
113
154
151
229
30
376
211
439
278
367
228
143
80
3

3
3
20
97
113
154
151
229
30
376
211
441
279
367
229
143
80
3

S u b to tal..................................

2,907

2,925

2,929

G rades established b y th e F o r­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S .C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
FO -1...... ........................... .
F O -2 .......................................
F O -3 ......... ..................... .
FO -4.......................................
F O -5.......................................
F O -6 ____________ _____ _
F O -7 .________ _____ ____
FO -8.......................................

244
350
640
915
756
302
197
52

244
350
640
915
759
320
197
52

244
351
641
916
767
348
197
52

S u b to tal______ ________

3,456

3,477

3,516

F oreign Service reserve officer:
F R -1 ...................................
F R -2 ..................................
F R -3 ...................... ...........
F R -4 ............................ .
F R -5 ........................ ..........
F R -6 ........... .......................
F R -7 .______ __________
F R -8 ......................... .........
Su b to tal........................
Foreign Service staff:
F S -1 ....................................
F S -2 .................... ...............
F S -3 ................ ...................
F S -4 .............. ......................
F S -5 ....................................
F S -6 ............................ .
F S -7 ...................................
F S -8 .......... .....................
F S -9 ....................................
FS -10____ _____ _______
S u b t o t a l . . . ..............

81
203
251
262
311
356
371
137

81
203
251
262
314
356
371
137

81
204
253
262
314
356
372
145

1,972

1,975

1,987

56
135
216
315
421
579
703
501
123
51

56
135
216
315
421
581
703
501
123
51

56
135
216
316
423
586
705
507
123
51

3,100

3,102

3,118

G rades established b y th e Sec­
re ta ry of State, comparable
to OS grades:
G G -1 5 .......... .............................
G G -14 .......... .............................
G G -13 ........................................
G G -12................................
G G -1 1 .................................. .
G G -1 0 ........................................
G G -0 ........................................ .
G G -8 .........................................
G G -7 ..........................................
G G -6 ..........................................

2
6
5
5
4
9
19
19
16
9

2
6
5
5
4
9
19
19
16
9

2
6
5
5
4
9
19
19
16
9

S u b to tal..................................

94

94

94

U ngraded:
W age-board employees...........
Local employees.......................

54
10,797

54
10,943

54
10,913

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

22,542
-1 ,0 7 0

22,732
—822

22,777
-8 2 2

T o tal p erm anent employm e n t, en d of y e ar.............

21,472

21,910

21,955

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1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-15...... .....................................
G S -1 4 .._ .....................................
GS-13.........................................
GS-12...........................................
GS-11........ ...................................
GS-9..............- ...............................
GS-7...... ................ .......................
GS-6...........................................
GS-5.................................. ............
G S-4..............................................
G S -3 .............................................

5
6
1
2
4
2
7
5
3
2
2

4
5
2
2
3
3
7
4
3
3
1

4
5
2
2
3
3
7
4
3
3
1

Subtotal..................................

39

37

37

Grades established b y the
Foreign Service A ct of 1946
(22 U .S .C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
F O -4 ......................................
FO -6.......................- .............

1
1

1
1

1
1

S ubtotal..............................

2

2

2

Foreign
Service
reserve
officer:
F R - 2 ...- ................................
F R -3 .......................................
F R -4 .......................................
F R -6 .......................................
F R -8 .......................................

8
8
11
1
1

9
9
11
1
1

9
9
11
1
1

S ubtotal..............................

29

31

31

Foreign Service staff:
F S -1 ........................................
F S -3 ........................................

3
1

3
1

3
1

Su b to tal..............................

4

4

4

25

25

25

99
99
- 3 4 ............

99

U ngraded (lo calem p lo y ees)...
T otal, perm anent'positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30........
T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

65

99

99

1974
actual

1976
est.

1975
est.

Foreign Service staff:
F S -6 ........................................
F S -7 .................................... .
F S - * . . . . ............... ...............
F S -9 ........................................

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

S u b to tal..............................

4

4

4

Ungraded:
Wage-board employees...........
Local em ployees......................

78
2

78
5

78
9

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30

221
-8

225
-1

229
-5

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year..............

213

224

224

C o n s o l id a t e d W o r k in g F u n d
1974
actual
G rades established b y the
Foreign Service A ct of 1946
(22 U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service reserve offi­
cer:
F R - 3 . . ................... ..............
F R -5 .......................................
F R - 7 . . ..................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

2
1
4

2

2

3

3

S u b to tal.............................

7

5

5

Foreign Service staffF S -6 .......................................
F S -3 ......................... - .............

1

1
1

1
1

S u b to tal..............................

1

2

2

U ngraded (local em ployees). __

o

2

2

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30
..
T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y ear.............

10
9
9
- 2 ............ --------8

9

9

W o r k in g C a p it a l F u n d
1974
actual

1975
est.

INTERN A TIO N A L ORGANIZATIONS
AND CONFERENCES

1976
est.

GS-15........ .....................................
GS-14........ ................. .................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................. ...........
G S -1 1 ............................................
GS-10................................. .........
G S-9........ ............................. .........
G S-8..................... .........................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6...............................................
GS-5........................................
GS-4........ ............................ .........
GS-3........ .................................
G S -2 .............................................

1
1
5
3
8
2
10
4
15
17
27
6
5
3

1

1

3
3
8
2
10
4
15
17
27
6
5
3

3
3
8
2
10
4
15
17
27
6
5
3

S u b to tal.................................

107

104

104

Grades established b v th e For­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
F O -3........................................
F O -4 ......................................
F O - 5 . .. . ................................

1

2

1
1

S u b to tal..............................

2

2

2

1

M i s s i o n s t o I n t e r n a t i o n a l O r g a n iz a t i o n s
1974
actual

1
2
5
9
5
2
4

2
4
6
9
5
2
4

2
4
6
9
5
2
4

S u b to tal......... ....................

28

32

32

1976
est.

level I I . .....................
level I I I .....................
level IV ......................
level V ........................

1
3
4
1

l
3
4
1

1
3
4
1

S ubtotal..................................

9

9

9

Grades established b y th e For­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
FO -1............... - ......................
F 0 -2 ............... - ......................
FO -3...........................- ...........
F 0 -4 .................................... .
FO -5........ ..............................
F O - 6 ... ..................................

6
6
13
7
3
3

5
8
14
8
4
3

4
10
13
9
4
3

38

42

43

5
3
5
2
3
2
1
1

4
2
5
2
2
2
1
1

3
3
6
2
2
2
2
1

22

19

21

Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

Subtotal..............................

Foreign Service reserve offi­
cer:
F R - 2 .......................................
F R - 3 .......................................
F R - 4 .......................................
F R - 5 .......................................
F R - 6 .......................................
F R - 7 .......................................
F R - 8 .......................................

1975
est.

Foreign Service reserve offi­
cer:
F R -1 ........ .............................
F R -2 ........................................
F R -3 ......................................
F R -4 .....................................
F R -5 ........................................
F R -6 ......................................
F R - 7 ......................................
F R -8 .......................................
Subtotal..............................

1976

IN T E R N A T I O N A L O R G A N IZ A T IO N S
A N D C O N F E R E N C E S — Continued
M is s i o n s t o I n t e r n a t io n a l
O b g a n iz a t io n s — C o n t i n u e d
1974
actu al
G rades established b y th e F o r­
eign Service A ct oí 1946 (22
U.S.C. 801-1158)—Con.
Foreign. Service staff:
P S -1 ___________________
P S -2 ........................................
F S -3 ..................................—
F S -4 ____________________
F S -5........................................
F S -6 ....................................
F S -7 ......................................
F S -8.............. ..........................
F S -9........................................
FS-10......................................

1975
est.

S ubtotal...............................

46

47

49

G rades established b y the
Secretary of State, com par­
able to GS grades:
G G -15........................................
G G -13........................................
G G -12______ _____________
G G -11............ ................. .........
G G -10........................................
G G -9 .........................................
G G -8 ................ — .........- .........
G G -7 .............. ............................
G G -6 ........ .................................
G G -5 _______ ____ ________
G G -4 ..........................................
G G -3 ................ .........................
G G -2_........................................

2
7
5
5
4
7
7
8
15
10
4
1
1

2
7
6
8
6
3
7
8
16
8
3
1
1

2
7
6
8
6
3
7
8
16
8
3
1
1

76

76

76

5
34

5
34

' 5
34

S ubtotal..................................

39

39

39

T o tal p erm an en t positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30____

230
-1 1

232
-5

237
-5

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of year-............

219

227

232

1975
est.

1
4
7
8
2

1
4
10
15
3

1
4
10
15
3

S u b to tal..............................

22

33

33

Foreign Service staff:
F S -3 .............. ........................
F S -4 ........................................
F S -5 .......... ..............................
F S -6 ........................................
F S -7 ....................................
F S -8 .......... ...................................

1
2
3
6
8

S u b to tal............................

20

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to GS grades:
G G -18.......................................
G G -15........................................
G G -14...................................... .
G G -13........................................
G G -12...................................... .
G G -11____ ____ _____ _____
G G -10........................................
G G -9 _____________ _______
G G -8 ..........................................
G G -7 ..........................................
G G -6 ..................... ...................

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

G G -4 .........................................
G G -3 ......................... ...............
G G -2 ........ ............................... .
U ngraded......................................

1
4
10
10
11
15
7
12
8
12
14
24
17
12
10
131

1
4
10
10
11
15
7
12
8
12
14
24
17
12
10
131

1
4
10
10
11
15
7
12
8
12
14
24
17
12
10
131

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30___

298
-1 6

298
-9

298
-9

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

282

289

289

CONSTRUCTION
1974
actual
Grades established b y the Sec­
re ta ry of State, comparable
to GS grades:
G G -15........................................
G G -13...................................... .
G G -12......................... ..............
G G -11.............. .........................
G G -10............ ........................
G G -9 ..........................................
G G -8 ..........................................
G G -7 ..........................................
G G -6 ..........................................
G G -5 ..........................................
G G -4 .................................... .
G G -3 ..........................................
G G -2 ..........................................

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e ar..............

1976
est.

Q rades established b y th e
Foreign Service A ct of 1946
(22 H .S .C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
FO -1................... ....................
FO -2.......................................
FO -3.......... .............................
FO -4..........................- ...........
FO -5 .......................................

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of year.............

and ex pen ses

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

I n t e r n a t i o n a l T r a d e N e g o t i a t io n s

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30..

M u t u a l E d u c a t io n a l a n d C u l t u r a l
E x c h a n g e A c t iv it ie s

1976
est.

1
1
5
3
2
8
13
12
2
2

1974
actual

I n t e r n a t io n a l B o u n d a r y a n d W a t e r C o m ­
m i s s i o n , U n i t e d S t a t e s a n d M e x ic o

1974
actual

1
4
3
3
2
7
11
11
3
2

S u b to ta l..............................

E D U C A T IO N A L E X C H A N G E

s a l a r ie s

2
3
3
3
2
7
12
12
2

U ngraded:
Wage-board employees—
Local employees.......................

I N T E R N A T I O N A L CO M M ISSIO N S

1
4
7
5
2
13
3
13
5
4
8
4
3

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
4
7
5
2
13
3
13
5
4
8
4
3

1
4
7
5
2
13
3
13
5
4
8
4
3

72
72
-3 5 ............

72

37

72

72

GS-17..........................................
GS-16...........................................
GS-15....................................
GS-14................................
GS-13..........................................
GS-12..................................
G S -1 1 ............................................
GS-9....................................
GS-8...............................................
GS-7......................................
G S-6....................................
G S-5....................................
G S-4..........................................
G S-3............................ .................
G S-2....................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
6
7
15
14
19
11
15
26
16
15
11
5
2

1
1
6
6
14
15
18
12
15
25
18
14
13
4
2

1
1
6
6
14
15
18
12
15
25
18
14
13
4
2

164

164

164

Grades established b y th e F or­
eign Service A ct of 1946
(22 U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
FO -1........................................
FO -2........................................
F O -3.......................................
F O -4...................................
F 0 -5 .......................... .............
F O -6.......................................
F 0 -7 ................... ....................

4
8
12
15
16
6
7

3
8
15
14
14
7
6

3
8
15
14
14
7
6

Subtotal..............................

68

67

67

Foreign
Service
reserve
officer:
F R -1 .......................................
F R -2 .......................................
F R -3 .......................................
F R -4 .......................................
F R -5 ......... ............................
F R -6 .......................................
F R -7 ......................................

2
9
6
9
3
2
1

2
10
4
9
3
3
1

2
10
4
9
3
3
1

32

32

32

Foreign Service staff:
F S -1 ........................................
F S -3 ...................................... .
F S -4 ............ ................ ...........
F S -5 ....................................
F S -6 ........................................
F S -7 .......................................

1
1
1
2
5
1

1
1
1
3
5
1

1
1
1
3
5
1

S u b to tal..............................

11

12

12

T o tal perm anent posi­
tio n s .................................
Unfilled positions, June 30........

275
-2 5

275
-2 1

275
-2 1

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r..

250

254

254

Subtotal..........................

A m e r ic a n S e c t io n s , I n t e r n a t io n a l
C o m m is s io n s
1974
actual

1

1

6
8
3
1

6
8
3
1

19

19

42
52
52
-3 4 ............ ............

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30.........

52

52

OTH ER

1976
est.

M i g r a t io n a n d R e f u g e e A s s i s t a n c e
Executive level IV .......................
Grades established b y the Sec­
re ta ry of State, comparable
to GS grades:
G G -15........................................
G G -14........................................
G G -13...................................... .
G G -12........................................
G G -11........................................
G G -8 ........................................ .
G G -7..........................................
G G -6 ..........................................

8

1975
est.

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e ar..............

1

1

1
1974
actual

5
2
3
4
1
2
2
2

5
2
4
5
3
2
2
2

6
1
5
4
3
3
1
2

22
26
26
- 4 ............ ............
18

26

26

GS-15........ ...................... ..............
GS-12........ ..................... ..............
GS-11..............................
GS-10............................. ..............
GS-9................................
GS-8................................ ..............
GS-7................................ ..............
GS-6................................ ..............
GS-4................................ ..............
GS-3................................
.............

1
1
1
1
4
2
1
11

1975
est.
1

1976
est.
1
1

1
1
1
1
3
1
1
I

1
1
1

11

11

1
1
1

1976

1974
actual

O T H E R — Continued
M ig r a t io n a n d R e f u g e e A s s i s t a n c e —

G rades established b y th e For­
eign Service A ct of 1946 (22
U .S.C . 801-1158):
Foreign Service officer:
F O -2........................................
F O -3........................................
F O -4 .......................................
F O -5.............................. .........
F O -6........................................
Subtotal..............................
Foreign Service reserve officer:
F R -1 .......................................
F R -2 ................................... F R -4 .......................................
F R -5 ________ __________

1976
est.

1
4
3
2
1

1
3
2
2
1
9

9

1

2
1
2

1
2

5

5

1

1
1

1

1

1

4
__

4

4

43
-6 .
37

îi

11

40

40

40

40

1
3
2
2
1

11

1

1974
actual

1

U ngraded (local em ployees)-..

T o tal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of year.............

Foreign Service staff:
F S -1........................................

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S ubtotal.............................

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30

Subtotal..............................

FS -7...................................—
FS -8........................................

1975
est.

1976
est.

Con.
F S -9......................................

1974
actual

1975
est.

1

O f f ic e o f t h e I n s p e c t o r G e n e r a l o f

1974
actual

GS-15.............................................
GS-12.............................................
G S-11.-.....................................
GS-10..........................................GS-9........ .....................................

4
1
1
1
3

1975
est.

1976
est.
2
4
1
1
1
3

4
1
1
2
2

1975
est.

1976
est.

G S-6...............................................
G S-5..............................................
G S-4........................................

3
1
1

2
2
1

2
2
1

Grades established b y th e For­
eign Service A ct of 1946, as
am ended (22 U .S .C . 8011158):
Foreign Service officer:
F O -3........................................

3

2

2

S ubtotal..............................

3

2

2

Foreign Service reserve of­
ficer:
F R -1 ................................
F R -2 ........................ ..............
F R -3 .......................................
P R -4 ..................................
F R -8 ......................................

5
10
4
1
1

5
11
4
1
1

5
11
4
1
1

Subtotal..............................

21

22

22

T otal perm anent posi­
tions.....................................
Unfilled positions, June 30.......

41
-6

T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of year.............

35

41

.........
41

41

..........
41

1976

FED ERA L AVIATION
ADM INISTRATION

O FFIC E O F T H E SECRETARY
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e O f f ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y
1974
actual
Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

1
1
6
1

level 1.........................
level I I .......................
level IV ......................
level V ........... ............

S u b to tal......... ......................
GS-18.................................. ..........
GS-17.............................................
GS-16............................... ............
GS-15............................................
GS-14........................................... .
GS-13...... ..................................
GS-12.........................................
G S -1 1 ............................. . . . . .
GS-10...... ............................... .
G S-9------------------ --------------G S-8..............................................
G S-7...............................................
G S-6— .............................. ...........
G S-5........................................
G S-4............................................
GS-3_______ ______ _________
G S-2............. ................. .............
GS-1...... ......................... ............. I
S u b to tal..............................

1975
est.

9

9

18
39
54
260
240
249
208
174
25
157
56
161
94
138
81
66
12

19
38
58
256
256
246
195
171
25
159
58
168
94
128
80
53
9

l

l

2,0332,014

Grades established b y th e Sec­
re ta ry of T ransportation,
comparable to G S grades:
A D -17.................................. .
A D -16.................... ...................

1
1
2

2

97

112

T o tal p erm anent employ­
m en t, end of y e ar_______

100

129
81
53

1
1

S u b to tal......... ........................

2,141
—121

58
260
270
266
204
169
25
161
58
177

2,078

U ngraded____________ ______
T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

2,137
—187

2,020 1,950

113

2,202
-1 4 2

2,060

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
to t h e C o a st G uard
1976
est.

GS-17.............................. ..............
GS-16.......... ...................
G S -1 5 ............................ ..............
GS-14............- ................ ..............
GS-13.............................. ..............
G S -1 2 .......... ................. ______
GS-11....................... — ..............
GS-10................... ........... ..............
G S-9............................... ______
G S-8........ ....................... ---------G S-7................................ ---------G S-6..................... ........... _______
GS-5........ ....................... ..............
G S-4............................... ..............
G S-3................... ............. ..............
G S-2............— .............. ..............
G S-1..................... .......... ..............
Su b to tal.................. ..........-

1
6
56
83
224
306
439
26
386
53
333
222
679
704
299
16
1

1
6
56
102
245
329
463
28
325
54
399
185
571
710
333
20
1

1
6
56
106
278
355
508
29
345
54
423
197
590
751
354
20
1

3,834

3,828

4,074

Positions established b y th e
C om m andant of th e Coast
G uard: A cadem y faculty,
$10,457 to $27,802...................
U ngraded............................ .........

41
2,645

41
2,515

41
2,672

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30........

6,520
—544

6,384
-4 0 9

6,787
-4 0 9

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

5,976

5,975

6,378

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1976

1
l

15

14

S u b to tal....... .........................

31

29

GS-18..................................... ......
GS-17_________ _______ _____
GS-16........................- ................
GS-15...........................................
GS-14...........................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12................................ ...........
GS-11........ .....................................
GS-10________ _____________
G S-9...............................................
G S-8........................................... .
G S-7...............................................
G S-6..................... ................. .
G S-5..................... .........................
G S-4.............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2........ ...................................
G S-1................... ........................

6
34
83
1,236
4,363
12,077
11,887
8,320
2,738
2,951
307
3,969
1,148
2,585
1,509
330
26
5

34
80
1,228
4.461
12,699
12,074
8,993
3,212
3,430
405
2,068
1,097
2,558
1.462
269
13

34
80
1,241
4,559
13,176
12,449
9,249
3,277
2,871
386
2,429

Su b to tal.................. ..............

53,574

54,089

54,846

G rades established b y the
Canal Zone civilian per­
sonnel policy coordination
board:
NM-15, $34,291 to $36,000___
NM-14, $29,418 to $36,000___
NM-13, $25,088 to $32,613....
NM-12, $21,232 to $27,598___
NM-11, $17,803 to $23,144....
NM-10, $16,235 to $21,109.—
NM -9, $14,767 to $19,197.........
NM -8, $13,386 to $17,402........
NM-7, $12,098 to $15,731........
NM -6, $10,894 to $14,165____
NM-5, $9,775 to $12,704..........
NM-4, $8,735 to $11,354..........

1
3
11
43
30
7
2
1
1
3
4
2

1
2
11
46
27
7
3
1
3
3
3
4

1
2
11
46
27
7
3
1
3
3
3
4

106

111

111

14

13

6

l

2,698

3
6
30
35
7

53,961

3
6
30
35
7

l

3
3

88

88

2,742

2,785

T o tal perm anent positions. 56,486
57,059
Unfilled positions, June 30___ —2,525 —2,539
(Proposed legislation)..............................................
T o tal perm anent em ploy­
m ent, end of y e a r.............

12

3
3

S u b to tal.................. ...................... 75
U ngraded ________ _____ ____

1,111

2,489
1,219
258

54,520

57,859
—1,746
—300
55,813

FED ER A L HIGHW AY
ADM INISTRATION
C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e F e d er a l H i g h w a y A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual
Executive level I I . .
Executive level IV .
Executive level V ..
S ubtotal...........

GS-18.............................................
GS-17...... .......................................
GS-16— .................................. —
GS-15................... ................. —
GS-14........ ............................. .
GS-13........ -................ - ................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................. ..............
GS-10..........................................
G S-9................... ...................
G S-8................. ............................
G S-7...............................................
G S - 6 ...................................
G S-5................. ................. ..........
G S-4................. ................. ...........
GS-3...................................... .
G S-2..............................................
G S-1................... ............. .............
Subtotal.......................... —
Grades established b y Public
L aw 85-726:
Associate adm inistrator for
engineering and traffic
operations, $36,000_______
Associate adm inistrator for
adm inistration, $36,000....
Grades established b y 72 Stat.
213: D irector, Office of D ev el­
opm ent, $34,992.........................
Subtotal........................... .
Grades established b y th e A d­
m inistrator, A gency for I n ­
ternational D evelopm ent:
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000.....
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570____
FC -10, $21,816 to $28,359........
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997_____
FC -8, $15,604 to $20,090.........

4
15
33
234
371
768
938
446

1975

1976
est.

5
15
33
234
371
767

427
313
381
354
219
52
5

5
15
33
234
371
766
940
443
7
279
33
422
310
378
352
218
52
5

4,886

4,863

1

1

1

6

282
30
422
314

4,835

1

1

1

1

3

2

2

4
7
9
11
1

7
11
13
13
3

7
11
13
13
3

Subtotal............. ...............

32

47

47

U ngraded______ _____ - ............

133

127

120

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30........

5,006
-203

5,065
-2 7 9

5,035
-1 8 0

T o ta l perm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of y e a r............

4,803

4,786

4,855

NATIONAL HIGHW AY TR A FFIC
SAFETY ADM INISTRATION

Grades established b y the A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent
(22 U .S.C . 2385(d)):
FC-14, $36,000.................................... 2
F C-13, $34,477 to $36,000........ ......... 8
FC -12, $29,942 to $36,000________23
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570________38
FC-10, $21,816 to $28,359________ 3
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997......... I
FC -4, $10,520 to $13,700.____
FC -2, $8,473 to $11,025..........................
.

1975
est.

1975
est.

Executive level I I .......................
Executive level IV ........... ..........
Grades established b y Public
Law 85-726: Executive level,
$36,000
................................
Grades established b y Public
Law 80-313: Executive level,
$36,000.......................... ...............

Su b to tal.............................

COAST GUARD

1974
actual

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o f P e r m a n e n t P o s i ­
t io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e to
t h e F e d er a l A v ia t io n
A d m in is t r a t io n

1976
est.
1
1
6
1

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

T r a f f ic a n d H ig h w a y S a f e t y
1974
actual
Executive level I I I ....................
Executive level V ........................

1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.
1
1

1
1

S ubtotal..................................

2

2

2

GS-18................................ - ...........
GS-17______ ________ _____ GS-16.............................................
GS-15..............................................
GS-14............- ...............................
GS-13..................- .............. - .........
GS-12...............................- ............
GS-11..............................................
GS-10........ — ...........- ..................
G S-9_________ _____________
G S-8................................................
G S-7................... - ..........................
G S-6........................................... G S-5................................................
G S-4........ — ...............................
G S-3................................................
G S-2................................................

2
10
25
131
157
104
64
61
7
49
17
65
65
54
37
23
7

3
9
23
131
157
104
64
61
7
49
17
65
66
55
37
23
7

3
9
23
131
157
104
64
61
7
49
17
65
66
55
37
23
7
878

S ubtotal..................................

878

878

U ngraded.......................................

1

1

1

1
l
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30.........

881
-1 2 0

881
-1 0 0

881
-6 6

3

3

3

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of year...............

761

781

815

1976

FED ERA L RAILROAD
ADMINISTRATION

URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION
ADMINISTRATION

C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e t o
t h e F e d e r a l R a il r o a d A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

U r b a n M a s s T r a n s p o r t a t io n F u n d

1974
actual

1975
est.

Executive level I I I .....................
Positions established b y Public
Law 80-313: Executive level,
$36,000.................................... . .

1

1

1

1

S u b to tal.............................

2

2

GS-18___________ ___________
GS-17.............................................
GS-16...... ........................... ..........
GS-15................... ................. .
GS-14............... .............................
GS-13.............................................
G S-12._____________________
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................................
G S-4............................................ .
G S-8................. ............................
G S-7__________________ ____
G S-6_______________________
G S-5_______________________
G S-4________________ _______
G S-3______________________ _

1
2
6
46
37
65
271
23
1
16
10
22
22
38
21
1
582

S u b to tal.........................

1

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

1
1

1

Executive level I I I .....................
Executive level V ........................
Positions established b y Public
Law 80-313, $36,000________

1

1

1

2

Subtotal.................................

3

3

3

1
2
7
50
43
80
288
29
1
20
11
21
25
37
26
1

1
2
7
52
48
90
309
31
1
26
12
24
25
49
44
1

G S-17.. .......................... ..............
GS-16............................................
GS-15.............................................
GS-14................. ...........................
GS-13......................... ...........
GS-12....................................... .
GS-11............. ..................... .........
GS-9............... ..............................
GS-8........................... ............... .
G S-7............................ ...........
G S-6........................................ .
GS-5............... ...............................
G S -4 ............................................
GS-3..............................................
GS-2................................ ...........

2
7
25
33
38
42
48
36
4
40
27
30
16
6
2

2
7
28
34
39
53
64
36
4
40
36
33
16
6
2

2
7
34
40
46
64
74
42
4
47
44
41
20
8
2

642

722

Subtotal.................................

356

400

475

U ngraded......................................

2

2

2

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

361
-3 7

405
-1 0

480
-7

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of year...........

324

395

473

U ngraded......................................

803

803

803

T o tal p erm anent positionsUnfilled positions, Ju n e 30

1,387
-1 4 3

1,447
-149

1,527
-9 6

T o tal p erm anent employm e n t,e n d of y e ar..............

1,244

1,298

1,431

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1974
actual

1976
est.

SAINT LAW RENCE SEAW AY D E V E L ­
O PM ENT CORPORATION

1
1

1
1

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level IV ......................
GS-16..................................
GS-15........ ....................................
GS-14___________ ____ _____
GS-13____________ __________
GS-12.................................... .........
GS-11........................................
GS-10................................... .........
G S-9............................................ .
G S-8.............................................
G S-7...............................................
GS-6___________ _____ ______
G S-5___ ____ _______ ________
G S-4__________ _____________
G S-3..................... .........................
G S - 2 .... ....................... ................
U ngraded.......................................

1
2
4
4
9
18
8
1
15
4
6
14
6
3
4
2
92

1
2
4
4
9
18
8
1
15
4
6
14
6
3
4
2
92

1
2
4
4
9
18
8
1
15
4
6
14
6
3
4
2
92

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, J u n e 30

193
-6

193
-5

193
-3

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r.............

187

188

190

1976

O FFIC E O F T H E SECRETARY
C o n s o l id a t e d

S chedule

P o s it io n s P a id
to t h e

F rom

of

Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive

P erm anent

F unds

A v a il a b l e

1974
actual

O f f ic e o f t h e S e c b e t a b y
1974
actual

level I .........................
level I I ......................
level I I I ......................
level IV ......................
level V ........................

BU REA U O F ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND
FIREARM S

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s , F e d e r a l L a w
E n fo r c e m e n t T r a in in g C e n t e r

1975
est.

1976
est.

1
1
2
9
1

1
1
2
9
2

1
1
2
9
1

S u b to tal.................................

14

15

14

GS-18................. ............................
GS-17........................................ .
GS-16................... ..........................
GS-15_________ ___________
GS-14...........................................
GS-13..............................................
GS-12..............................................
GS-11.......................................... .
GS-10._.........................................
G S-9................................ .............
G S-8...............................................
GS-7...............................................
G S-6........ .................................. .
G S-5................... ................. .........
GS-4...............................................
GS-3...............................................
G S-2..............................................

14
16
18
68
70
62
51
55
12
90
33
111
84
68
31
10
16

14
17
19
71
86
78
66
66
14
90
36
104
89
68
32
9
16

15
16
19
66
80
75
56
56
14
86
31
108
85
66
26
9
16

S u b to tal.................................

809

875

824

U ngraded......................................

194

194

194

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30___

1,017
-1 1 8

1,084
-9 8

1,032
-118

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of y e a r. _........

899

986

914

GS-17............................................
GS-16.............................................
GS-15.............................. ..............
GS-14.......................................
GS-13.............................................
GS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.......................................
GS-9...............................................
GS-8...............................................
G S -7 .............................................
G S-6................. ............................
GS-5...............................................
G S-4...............................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................

1975
est.

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

1976
est.

1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
12
12
11
24
22
25
6
7
7
3
2
3
1
7
7
6
3
3
3
6
7
8
4
5
8
7
13
11
8
3
4
2
1 ............ ............

T o tal perm anent positionsU nfilled positions, June 30

87
-5

91
-3

91
-3

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of year.............

82

88

88

s a l a r ie s a n d

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

G S-7...............................................
G S-3........ .............. - ____ ______

1
1

1
1

1
1

T o tal perm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30.......

2

2

2

T otal perm anent employm en t, end of y e ar.............

2

2

2

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

ex pen ses

1974
actu al

1975
est.

E xecutive level V ..........................................................
GS-17................................................................................
GS-15.......... ...................................................................
GS-14............................. ...............................................
GS-13...............................................................................
GS-12..............................................................................
GS-11.............................................. - .................._ . ..
G S-9........ ............................... ...............
............
GS-8.................................................................................
GS-6.................................................................................
G 8 -5...............................................................................
G S-4-................................................................................

1976
est.
1
1
6
12
24
22
15
7
5
9
9
5

T o ta l p erm an en t positions..................................
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30.........................................

116
—5

T o tal p erm an en t em ploy­
m en t, en d of y e ar............. ...... ......................

Ill

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1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-18.............................................
GS-16..............................................
GS-15..............................................
GS-14..............................................
GS-13.................................... .........
GS-12..............................................
GS-11..............................................
GS-10................... ........................
G S-9................................................
G S -8 ...............................................
G S-7................................................
G S-6................................................
G S-5................................................
G S-4................................................
G S-3................................................
G S-2................................................
U ngraded.......................................

1
11
51
101
250
645
1,150
1
530
9
369
145
293
369
82
18
5

1
11
51
101
250
648
1,223
1
634
9
258
146
333
369
82
18
5

1
11
57
103
264
652
1,283
1
619
9
316
152
226
369
82
18
5

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, Ju n e 30, ...

4,030
-4 1 8

4,140
-3 8 0

4,168
-3 8 0

T o tal perm anent employm en t, end of y e ar.............

3,612

3,760

3,788

M is c e l l a n e o u s P e r m a n e n t A p p r o p r ia t io n s

BUREAU O F GOVERNM ENT
FIN A NCIA L OPERATIONS
O f f ic e o f R e v e n u e S h a r in g

1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

GS-17................... - ................ — GS-16............................................
GS-15..........................................GS-14..............- .........- ................
GS-13................... - ____ _______
GS-12..........................-.................
G S -1 1 ..-........................................
GS-10............................................
GS-9________ ______________
GS-S_________ ____ _________
GS-7.......................... ....................
GS-6............................................ .
GS-5...............................................
GS-4..................... ................. .
GS-3..............................................
GS-2____________________ _
GS-1........ ......................................
U ngraded.....................................

1
4
28
47
59
86
110
15
160
67
182
170
361
459
501
104
26
89

1
6
33
47
72
109
108
20
180
77
197
189
400
514
478
62
17
95

1
6
33
48
72
109
108
20
180
77
198
189
395
532
470
61
17
111

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

2,469
-1 7 0

2,605
-2 7

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r...........

2,299

2,578

U N IT E D S T A T E S C U S T O M S
SER V IC E
S a l a r i e s a n d :E x p e n s e s
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

D irect program:
Executive level V ....................
GS-18........ ...............................
GS-17_____ ____ _____ _____
GS-16.................................. ...
GS-15..........................................
GS-14.............................- ...........
GS-13..........................................
GS-12........ - ____ _____ ____
GS-11.................................. ...
GS-10______________ ______
GS-9........ — - ....................
GS-8............................................
GS-7...........................................
GS-6............- .......................
GS-5............................................
GS-4........ — - ............................
G S-3............................................
GS-2— ......................................
GS-1..........................................U ngraded...................................

1
2
9
10
166
384
843
1,254
1,738
80
3,489
75
1,164
610
1,339
700
528
68
12
465

1
2
9
10
167
416
831
1,653
1,590
78
3,670
76
1,224
609
1,287
702
528
68
12
505

1
2
9
10
167
424
816
1,874
1,392
78
3,827
76
774
609
1,579
702
528
68
12
505

T o tal direct program ...........

12,937

13,438

13,453

2,627
-2 7

R eim bursable program :
GS-14........ — ....................—
GS-13........ - .........-....................
GS-12..............- .................... —
GS-11........................................G S-9................................ ...........
G S -8 ..............................- .........
G S-7...........................— ...........
G S-6............................................
G S-4................... ................... GS-3............................................

3
13
1
22
207
3
199
159
103
12

3
13
20
3
354
3
55
159
100
12

3
13
20
3
357
3
52
159
130
12

2,600

T o tal reim bursable program ....................................

722

722

752

1976

S a l a r ie s

and

1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

Grades established b y th e A d­
m inistrator, Agency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent
(75 Sint. 450)FC-13, $34,477 to $36,000____
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC-11, $25,451 to $33,570........
FC-10, $21,516 to $28,359........
FC -9, $18,532 to $23,997..........
FC -8, $15,604 to $20,000_____

1
2
6
9
9
4

1
2
6
9
9
4

1
2
6
9
9
4

S u b to tal.................................

31

31

31

U n g rad ed -....................................

22

22

22

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

13,712
-2 9 5

14,213
-691

14,258
-7 0 4

T otal p erm anent employm en t, end of y e ar.............

13,417

13,522

13,554

M is c e l l a n e o u s P e r m a n e n t A cco u n ts
1975
est.

1974
actual

1976
est.

GS-15.............................................
GS-14. .......................................
GS-13.............................................
O S-12.............................................
G S-11.............................................
GS-10.......................................
O S-9..............................................
O S-8........................................
O S - 7 - ...........................................
G S-6...............................................
O S-5...............................................
O S-4...........................................
G S-3...............................................
G S-2...............................................
U ng rad ed ......................................

1
4
8
44
41
3
105
3
53
15
53
23
12
2
20

1
4
8
44
41
3
105
3
53
15
53
23
12
2
20

1
4
8
48
39
3
107
3
49
15
62
24
12
2
20

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 3 0 . _

387
-4 0

387
-2 7

397
-3 7

T o tal p erm anent employm en t, end of y e ar............

347

360

360

BUREAU O F ENGRAVING
AND PRIN TIN G
B u r e a u o f E n g r a v in g a n d P r i n t i n g F u n d
1974
actual
OS-18.................
O S-17......................
O S -1 5 ............
O S -1 4 .................
GS-13............
OS-12.............
GS-11...............
GS-10_______
O S-9.....................
G S -8.................
O S-7_______
G S-6_____
GS-5- ______
O S-4___ __
G S -3 .. .
O S-2..............
G S-1........

1
10
16
31
35
47
7
43
14
64
47
196
113
72
8
15

1975
est.
1
1
10
21
41
60
79
7
52
14
77
58
233
120
93
6
15

1976
est.
1
1
10
21
42
63
88
7
52
17
81
55
230
131
82
6
15

U ngraded............

2,644

2,553

2,617

T o tal perm anent positions
Unfilled positions, June 30 .

3,363
-2 0 0

3,441
-2 5 2

3,519
-2 4 2

3,163

3,189

3,277

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year

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1975
est.

1976
est.

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s

E x p e n s e s — C o n tin u e d
1974
actual

1974
actual

BUREAU O F TH E MINT

UNITED STATES CUSTOMS
SERVICE— Continued

OS-18.............................................
OS-17.............................................
OS-16.............................................
OS-15.............................................
OS-14.............................................
GS-13.............................................
OS-12.............................................
GS-11.............................. .............
GS-10.............................................
GS-9...............................................
G S-8...............................................
G S-7................... .
...................
G S-6.............................................
G S-5...............................................
O S-4............. ................................
G S - 3 ............................................
G S-2...............................................

1975
est.

1
1
1
15
27
31
62
58
4
60
9
94
64
221
153
44
63

1976
est.

1
1
2
17
31
38
67
65
5
80
10
99
70
230
161
68
75

1
1
2
19
35
45
80
90
5
100
12
105
75
250
185
75
100

U ngraded......................................

1,899

2,180

2,250

T otal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30

2,807
-2 5 8

3,200
-2 1 0

3,430
-1 7 0

T otal perm anent employ­
m ent, end of y e ar..............

2,549

2,990

3,260

GS-2...........................................
G S-1............................................

414
29

398
58

358
58

T otal direct program ..........

68,752

75,760

77,670

R eim bursable program:
OS-15................... ......................
G S -14.......................................
GS-13..........................................
G S -12................................ .
GS-11.........................................
GS-9..........— ..........................
GS-7.........................................
OS-6..........................................
G S-5...........................................
G S-4..........................................
G S-3.................................. .........
G S-1................... .......................

1
7
12
10
15
10
15
28
40
33
60

1
7
12
9
16
10
22
28
58
43
54
1

1
7
12
9
16
10
22
28
58
43
54
1

T o tal reim bursable program ....................................

231

261

261

Grades established b y th e Adm instrator, A gency for In ­
ternational D evelopm ent
(75 Stat. 450):
FC-14, $36,000.........................
FC-13, $34,477 to $36,000____
FC-12, $29,942 to $36,000........
FC-11, $25,751 to $33, 5 7 0 ....

1
1
11
3

1
1
11
3

1
1
11
3

S u b to tal..................................

16

16

16

284

313

313

BUREAU OF TH E PUBLIC DEBT

U ngraded.......................................
Staff formerly assigned to
E .S .P . activities ...................

449 ............

............

A d m in is t e r in g t h e P u b l ic D e b t

T o tal p erm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30-----

69,735
-8 7

76,353
-3 ,3 6 2

78,263
-2 ,9 0 0

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r...........

69,648

72,991

75,363

1974
actual
GS-18.............................................
OS-17— .........................- ..........
GS-16.......................... ..................
GS-15-........................................ .
GS-14..................... ......................
GS-13............... ......................... GS-12............. .......................... .
GS-11.............................................
GS-10.............................. .............
GS-9...............................................
GS-8........ ................ ............. .
GS-7................................... ...........
GS-6....................... .....................
GS-5..........- ................ .................
GS-4. — ......................................
G S-3________________ ______
GS-2.......................................... .
GS-1...............................................
U ngraded ....................................

2
2
4
23
50
80
126
93
12
113
37
176
188
351
400
482
341
11 .
Ill

1975
est.

1976
est.

2
2
5
23
54
86
139
110
11
128
39
180
216
350
392
521
292

2
2
5
23
54
86
139
108
11
128
38
166
216
346
389
521
289

98

92

T o tal perm anent positions.
Unfilled positions, June 30___

2,602
-5 3

2,648
-236

2,615
-1 1 5

T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r.............

2,549

2,412

2,500

INTERNAL REV EN UE SERVICE
C o n s o l id a t e d
S chedule
of
P erm anent
P o s it io n s P a id F b o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e
t o I n t e r n a l R e v e n u e S e r v ic e
1974
actual
D irect program:
Executive level I I I ..................
Executive level V .....................

1
2

1975
est.

S a l a r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s
1974
actual
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ......................

Su b to tal.................................

3

3

3

16
46
137
660
2,182
6,609
7,903
7,892
256
5,756
696
8,873
4,951
9,039
9,745
3,548

16
45
139
677
2,255
7,055
8,479
8,791
325
7,098
867
9,645
5,725
10,412
10,358
3,417

17
49
155
693
2,289
7,243
8,883
9,239
300
8,161
861
9,413
6,124
10,615
9,980
3,232

1
1

1
1

2

2

2

3
6
83
139
272
421
334
23
234
69
194
105
178
89
41
8

3
6
83
139
276
597
261
23
182
69
190
105
162
107
42
8

3
6
83
139
276
697
202
23
168
69
163
105
169
107
42
8

Subtotal..................................

2,199

2,253

2,260

Class 4 ..........................................
Class 1, p rivate technician........
Class 1, priv ate ...........................

1
2
7
12
33
112
95
588

1
2
7
12
33
112
95
588

1
2
7
12
37
127
95
735

Subtotal..................................

850

850

1,016

U ngraded:
Wage system ..............................
Foreign local ra te .....................

6
1

6
2

7

8

8

3,113
3,058
-151 .

3,286

S ubtotal................................

1
2

GS-18— ...................- .............
G S -17.......... .......................... .
GS-16.......................... .............
GS-15............... ............... .........
GS-14.........................................
GS-13........................................
GS-12..............- .........................
GS-11________ ___________
G S -10........................................
GS-9................... — ...............
GS-8________ ____________
GS-7........................ .................
G S-6................. .....................
G S-5............................. ............
G S -4 ................. .......................
GS-3............... ..........................

1
1

1976
est.

1975
est.

GS-17____________ - ..................
GS-16______________________
G S -1 5 ..........................................
G S -1 4 ................... - ......................
GS-13.............................- ..............
G S -1 2 ................. - ........................
G S -1 1 .........................- .............. GS-10................... - .............. .........
G S-9..................................... .........
G S - 8 - ...........................- ..............
G S -7 .........................- ..................
G S -6 .............................................
G S-5........................ ................... G S-4........ ....... ............................. G S-3........ .......................................
G S-2........ .....................................-

Grades established b y Salary
A ct of 1974, P ublic Law
93-407:

1976
est.
1
2

UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE

Subtotal

...........................

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, June 30 . .
T o tal perm anent employm ent, end of y e a r .............

2,907

3, Ilo

3 , lo o

1976

C o n s o l id a t e d S c h e d u l e o p P e r m a n e n t P o s i ­
t io n s P a id F r o m F u n d s A v a il a b l e t o t h e
E nergy
R esea rc h
and
D evelopm ent
A d m in is t r a t io n
1974
actual

1975
est.

1976
est.

Executive level I I .......................
Executive level III_ _ .................
Executive level IV ......................
Executive level V ........................
Special positions a t rates equal
to or in excess of $36,000..........

15

1

1

Su b to tal..................................

20

18

18

G rades established b y th e
E nergy Research a n d D e­
velopm ent A dm inistration,
com parable to GS grades:
G G -18............ ............... ..........
G G -17_____ ____ __________
G G -16.......... ................... .........
G G -15.......................................
G G -14____ _____ __________
G G -13_____ ______________
G G -12........................... .............
G G-11____________________
G G -10_______ ____________
G G -9 ................ .........................
G G -8 _____ _______________
G G -7 _____________ _____ G G -6 ______________ ____ _
G G -5 ............................. .............
G G -4 ________________ ____
G G -3..........................................
G G -2 _____ _______________
G G -1_____________________

34
76
170
597
786
841
576
411
40
494
136
607
736
604
299
126
21
2

49
91
174
637
822
873
617
458
40
520
143
707
844
612
334
148
35
1

49
91
174
650
850
902
630
470
40
547
144
725
860
634
341
148
35
1

S u b to tal..................................

6,556

7,105

7,291

49

49

49

1
4

1
1
6
9

1
1
6
9

U ngraded positions for scien­
tific an d technical personnel
established un d er section
161d, A tom ic E nergy A ct of
1954, as am ended, an d section
106a of th e Energy R eor­
ganization A ct of 1974.............
U ngraded positions a t hourly
rates equivalent to less th a n
$34,607.........................................

251

254

254

T o tal p erm anent positions.
U nfilled positions, Ju n e 30

6,876
-1 3 9

7,426
---------

7,612

T o tal p erm anent em ploy­
m en t, end of year.............

6,737

7,426

7,612

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C o n s o l id a t e d
Schedule
of
P erm anent
P o s i t i o n s P a i d F r o m F u n d s A v a i l a b l e to
t h e E n v ir o n m e n t a l P r o t e c t io n A g e n c y
1974
actual
Executive level I I ................. .
Executive level I I I ......................
Executive level IV .............
Subtotal