Highest-Paid Employees of the World War 1 Centennial Commission
This table shows the top-earning Federal employees of the World War 1 Centennial Commission in 2017, 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.
|1||Meredith S. Carr||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||$126,958||DC|
|2||Andrew J. McGreal||Administrative Officer||$79,720||DC|
|3||Halsey T. Hughes||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||$46,440||DC|
|4||Daniel S. Dayton||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||$12,000||DC|
|5||Debra L. Anderson||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||$0|
|6||Terry W. Hamby||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||$0|
|7||John D. Monahan||Miscellaneous Administration And Program||$0|
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