Federal Employee Profile — Edward P. Bartz
Edward P. Bartz
Title: General Attorney
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission
In 2017, Edward P. Bartz was a General Attorney at the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, District Of Columbia. began working at the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2010 with a starting salary of $106,125. Since then, 's salary has increased to $159,138 in 2017.
Edward P. Bartz is a SK-14 under the sec emp formerly under gs, gm, and ez payscale.
|2017||General Attorney||SK-14||$159,138||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2016||General Attorney||SK-14||$150,180||$1,650||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2015||General Attorney||SK-14||$143,714||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2014||General Attorney||SK-14||$138,146||$1,900||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2013||General Attorney||SK-13||$125,890||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2012||General Attorney||SK-12||$115,305||$1,700||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2011||General Attorney||SK-12||$112,492||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
|2010||Law Clerk||SK-11||$106,125||$0||Washington, District of Columbia|
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