Federal Employee Profile — Matthew Lee Wiener
Matthew Lee Wiener
Title: Miscellaneous Administration And Program
Agency: Administrative Conference of the United States
In 2016, Matthew Lee Wiener was a Miscellaneous Administration And Program at the Administrative Conference of the United States in Washington, District Of Columbia. began working at the Administrative Conference of the United States in 2012 with a starting salary of $155,500. Since then, 's salary has increased to $169,500 in 2016.
Matthew Lee Wiener is a ES-00 under the senior executive service payscale.
|2016||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||ES-00||$169,500||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2015||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||ES-00||$165,000||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2014||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||ES-00||$161,600||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2013||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||ES-00||$160,000||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2012||General Attorney||GS-15||$155,500||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
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