Highest-Paid Employees of the Office of Civil Rights (General Services Administration)

$81,441.08 AVERAGE PAY
$977,293 TOTAL PAY

This table shows the top-earning Federal employees of the Office of Civil Rights (General Services Administration) in 2004, based on OPM data (base salary + bonuses).

The majority of these top-earning employees work as Equal Employment Opportunity. The majority of these top-earning employees work in District Of Columbia.

Some employee names may be withheld by the OPM or individual agencies.
Rank Name Occupation Total Pay Location
1 Madeline C. Caliendo Program Management $137,543 DC
2 Regina M. Budd Equal Employment Opportunity $110,256 DC
3 Jolene W. Romanyshyn Miscellaneous Administration And Program $110,256 DC
4 Shirley A. Dade Equal Employment Opportunity $96,572 DC
5 Therese Salus Equal Employment Opportunity $88,935 DC
6 Katie E. Britton Equal Employment Opportunity $87,934 MS
7 Bernadette S. Butler Equal Employment Opportunity $84,127 DC
8 Jennifer Dannetta Jones Equal Opportunity Compliance $72,108 DC
9 Diane Y. Brice Equal Opportunity Compliance $54,360 DC
10 Barbara M. Lyles Equal Employment Opportunity $50,178 DC
11 Paul Grandpierre Equal Employment Opportunity $43,209 DC
12 Erika T. Selmon Equal Employment Opportunity $41,815 DC

Data Sources

The information provided on these pages is sourced from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Enterprise Human Resources Integration (EHRI) dataset. Postal Service data is managed exclusively by the USPS . All information is displayed unmodified and as provided by the source agency.

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Source: www.federalpay.org/employees/general-services-administration-office-of-civil-rights/top-100/2004