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Law Enforcement (LEO) Payscale in Oklahoma for 2017

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 22.61% 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$33,442$34,371$35,301$36,230$37,159$38,089$39,018$39,948$40,877$41,806
LEO-4$37,536$38,578$39,620$40,662$41,705$42,747$43,789$44,831$45,873$46,915
LEO-5$43,170$44,337$45,504$46,671$47,839$49,006$50,173$51,340$52,508$53,675
LEO-6$45,518$46,819$48,120$49,420$50,721$52,022$53,323$54,624$55,925$57,226
LEO-7$49,136$50,582$52,027$53,473$54,918$56,364$57,809$59,255$60,701$62,146
LEO-8$51,213$52,813$54,413$56,013$57,613$59,213$60,813$62,413$64,013$65,614
LEO-9$54,798$56,566$58,334$60,102$61,870$63,638$65,406$67,174$68,942$70,710
LEO-10$60,346$62,293$64,240$66,187$68,134$70,081$72,028$73,976$75,923$77,870

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: 15.06%

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 15.06% (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$31,383$32,255$33,127$33,999$34,871$35,743$36,616$37,488$38,360$39,232
LEO-4$35,224$36,202$37,180$38,158$39,137$40,115$41,093$42,071$43,049$44,027
LEO-5$40,511$41,607$42,702$43,798$44,893$45,988$47,084$48,179$49,274$50,370
LEO-6$42,715$43,936$45,156$46,377$47,598$48,819$50,040$51,260$52,481$53,702
LEO-7$46,110$47,467$48,823$50,180$51,537$52,893$54,250$55,606$56,963$58,319
LEO-8$48,059$49,561$51,062$52,564$54,066$55,567$57,069$58,570$60,072$61,573
LEO-9$51,424$53,083$54,742$56,401$58,060$59,720$61,379$63,038$64,697$66,356
LEO-10$56,630$58,457$60,285$62,112$63,939$65,766$67,593$69,420$71,247$73,075

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 $161,900 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/2017/oklahoma