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Seal of the Department of Veterans Affairs Immediate Office Assistant Secretary Congress & Legislation Affairs Salaries of 2012

1 EMPLOYEES
$115,731.00 AVERAGE SALARY
$115,731 TOTAL SALARY

The Immediate Office Assistant Secretary Congress & Legislation Affairs had 1 employee in 2015 with an average pay (base salary + bonus) of $115,731.00. The most common occupation was miscellaneous administration and program. The most common payscale is General Schedule.

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The Immediate Office Assistant Secretary Congress & Legislation Affairs belongs to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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The agency code of the Immediate Office Assistant Secretary Congress & Legislation Affairs is VAKA.

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