Federal Employee Profile — Peter L. Whitson
Peter L. WhitsonFormer Employee
Title: Information Technology Manager
Agency: Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology
In 2014, Peter L. Whitson was an Information Technology Manager at the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology in Marathon, New York.
In 2014, Peter L. Whitson was a GS-15 under the general schedule payscale and is among the highest-paid ten percent of employees in the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology.
|2014||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$141,675||$0||Marathon, New York|
|2013||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$140,274||$0||Marathon, New York|
|2012||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$140,274||$0||Marathon, New York|
|2011||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$132,692||$0||Marathon, New York|
|2010||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$145,340||$0||New York - Kings, New York|
|2009||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$138,161||$0||New York - Kings, New York|
|2008||Information Technology Management||GS-15||$132,590||$0||New York - Kings, New York|
|2007||Information Technology Management||GS-14||$118,263||$0||New York - Kings, New York|
It is possible that Peter L. Whitson has also worked at the Veterans Health Administration. See more information here.
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