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Office of Government Ethics Salaries of 2016

70 EMPLOYEES
$115,028.19 AVERAGE SALARY
$8.05M TOTAL SALARY

The Office of Government Ethics had 70 employees in 2015 with an average pay (base salary + bonus) of $115,028.19. The most common occupation was general attorney, followed by management and program analysis. The most common payscale is General Schedule.

The top ten percent of employees in the Office of Government Ethics earn 15% of the total income. See the top 100 most well paid employees in Office of Government Ethics.

Pay Distribution in the Office of Government Ethics

Top 10 Occupations in the Office of Government Ethics

Payscale Distribution

The most common payscale is General Schedule, which pays 92.86% of the employees in the Office of Government Ethics. General Schedule is followed by Senior Executive Service, which pays 4.29% of employees.

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The agency code of the Office of Government Ethics is GG00.

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