Highest-Paid Employees of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness

$88,728.63 AVERAGE PAY
$1.42M TOTAL PAY

This table shows the top-earning Federal employees of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness in 2006, based on OPM data (base salary + bonuses).

The majority of these top-earning employees work as Miscellaneous Administration And Program. 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 Philip F. Mangano Miscellaneous Administration And Program $133,900 DC
2 Mary E. Hombs Miscellaneous Administration And Program $132,607 DC
3 Philip F. Mangano Miscellaneous Administration And Program $125,400 DC
4 Neil J. Donovan Miscellaneous Administration And Program $118,828 DC
5 Darren G. Franklin Miscellaneous Administration And Program $118,272 DC
6 Dennis P. Culhane Miscellaneous Administration And Program $110,674 DC
7 III G. A Ferguson Miscellaneous Administration And Program $107,355 DC
8 Mary A. Silveira Miscellaneous Administration And Program $100,554 DC
9 Mary A. Silveira Miscellaneous Administration And Program $99,203 NC
10 Margretta R. Kennedy Miscellaneous Administration And Program $97,500 DC
11 Cynthia L. Miller Miscellaneous Administration And Program $63,320 DC
12 Stacy A. Pickstock Miscellaneous Administration And Program $47,847 DC
13 William W. Thomas Miscellaneous Clerk And Assistant $47,669 DC
14 Margaret N. Hobstetter Miscellaneous Administration And Program $41,965 DC
15 Corbin Z. Clawson Miscellaneous Administration And Program $37,893 DC
16 Amy Chen Miscellaneous Clerk And Assistant $36,671 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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