Congress has passed a retro-active 1.4% pay raise for 2019 in addition to a locality increase and 6 new localities.

Law Enforcement (LEO) Payscale in Oklahoma for 2007

The Law Enforcement (LEO) payscale is the federal government payscale used to determine the salaries of over 70% of federal civilian employees.

Like the General Schedule (GS) Payscale, under the LEO payscale an employee's base pay depends on two factors - the LEO Paygrade of their job, and the Paygrade Step they have achieved (depending on seniority or performance). This base pay is then modified based on a "Locality Pay Adjustment", which adjusts the LEO payscale based on cost-of-living in different areas within the United States.

Oklahoma has one or more Locality Pay Adjustment areas with special locality pay adjustment rates. This page lists the locality-adjusted yearly LEO pay scales for each area, with starting pay for a LEO-1 broken down by county in the interactive map.

DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TX-OK

The DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TX-OK General Schedule locality region applies to government employees who work in Dallas and surrounding areas. General Schedule employees who work within this region are paid 17.34% more than the GS base pay rates to account for local cost of living.

LEO Grade Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10
LEO-3$28,726$29,524$30,322$31,120$31,918$32,716$33,513$34,311$35,109$35,907
LEO-4$32,245$33,140$34,036$34,931$35,826$36,722$37,617$38,512$39,407$40,303
LEO-5$37,081$38,083$39,085$40,087$41,089$42,091$43,093$44,095$45,097$46,099
LEO-6$39,100$40,217$41,334$42,451$43,568$44,685$45,802$46,920$48,037$49,154
LEO-7$42,210$43,451$44,692$45,934$47,175$48,417$49,658$50,900$52,141$53,383
LEO-8$43,997$45,372$46,747$48,122$49,498$50,873$52,248$53,623$54,998$56,374
LEO-9$47,074$48,593$50,111$51,630$53,148$54,666$56,185$57,703$59,221$60,740
LEO-10$51,841$53,513$55,185$56,857$58,529$60,201$61,873$63,545$65,218$66,890

The Dallas locality pay rates also apply to federal workers in the following major cities: and other areas within the region.

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Rest of Oklahoma Locality Adjustment: 12.64%

Any federal employees in Oklahoma who do not live in an area for which a specific Locality Pay Adjustment has been set will receive the generic "Rest of the United States" locality pay adjustment of 12.64% (shown in the table below).

LEO Grade Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10
LEO-3$27,575$28,341$29,107$29,873$30,639$31,405$32,171$32,937$33,703$34,469
LEO-4$30,953$31,813$32,672$33,532$34,391$35,251$36,110$36,970$37,829$38,688
LEO-5$35,595$36,557$37,519$38,481$39,443$40,405$41,367$42,329$43,291$44,253
LEO-6$37,534$38,606$39,679$40,751$41,823$42,896$43,968$45,040$46,113$47,185
LEO-7$40,519$41,711$42,902$44,094$45,286$46,478$47,669$48,861$50,053$51,244
LEO-8$42,234$43,555$44,875$46,195$47,515$48,835$50,155$51,475$52,795$54,116
LEO-9$45,189$46,646$48,104$49,562$51,019$52,477$53,934$55,392$56,849$58,307
LEO-10$49,764$51,369$52,975$54,580$56,185$57,790$59,395$61,000$62,605$64,210

The Rest of U.S. locality pay rates also apply to federal workers in the following major cities: Altus, Broken Arrow, Enid, Lawton, McAlester, Norman, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and other areas within the region.

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* For some high-paygrade workers, pay under the GS scale may be capped at $145,400 the SES (Senior Executive Scale)'s Level 4 pay for the current year (5 U.S.C. 5304 (g)(1)).

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Source: www.federalpay.org/leo/2007/oklahoma