Army Civilian Pay Rates


Introduction

The Civilian Pay Working Group, made up of members from DASA-CE, ABO, and G1, develops pay rates for the PPBE (based on Army execution data). Separate rates are calculated for the various Operating Agencies, types of employees (CTYPES) and functions performed (SAGs) as well as at higher levels of aggregation.


Rate Guidance Documents

The following guidance documents can be used when reviewing rates; they contain the timing and procedures for reviewing and submitting rate issues. These document are in either a PDF or Excel format; you can obtain a PDF Reader at: Adobe website.
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Army Civilian Pay Rate Tables

•  Each table represents an Army budget cycle that rates were made for.
•  The tables have version number, publish date, version description, and a link to the Excel Spreadsheet Report.
•  Questions/comments may be addressed to: Rates Help Email.

Official Rates for FY21-25 Cycle (BES 21)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3337 8 Oct 19 Official Version 3337 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. Version 3337 reflects FY 2019 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and additional updated guidance. FY 2020 reflects the pay raise from the President´s Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and President of the Senate, dated August 30, 2019.

Pay raise assumptions:
 
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 2.6%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3337

Rates for FY21-25 Cycle (POM 21)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3322 26 Jul 19 Official Version 3322 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. Version 3322 reflects FY 2019 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3322
3320 24 Jul 19 Official Version 3320 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. Added rates for OA 2A.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3320
3319 26 Jun 19 Official Version 3319 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. Added updates for USACE.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3319
3315 18 Jun 19 Official Version 3315 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. Added rates for USACE.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3315
3308 5 Jun 19 Official Version 3308 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. With additional updates for POM.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3308
3304 5 Jun 19 Official Version 3304 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution. With updates for POM and command feedback.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3304
3296 4 Apr 19 Official Version 3296 reflects FY2018 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2018 civilian pay execution.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
  • FY 26 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3296
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Rates for President's Budget FY20

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3257 11 Dec 18 Official Version 3257 reflects FY2017 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 0.0%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3257
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Official Rates for FY20-24 Cycle (BES 20)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3229 19 Jul 18 Version 3229 is the Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2020-2024 BES cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2017 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions and Foreign Currency assumptions released December 2017. This version also includes Army Cyber APE realignments.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3229
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Rates for FY20-24 Cycle (POM 20)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3227 29 Jun 18 Official Version 3227 reflects FY2017 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2017. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2017 civilian pay execution. An adjustment of 0.4% for US civilians was added to account for OMB locality pay increases. This version adds additional changes for Army Futures Command OA 97 and other POM adjustments.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3227
3222 16 May 18 Official Version 3222 reflects FY2017 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2017. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2017 civilian pay execution. An adjustment of 0.4% for US civilians was added to account for OMB locality pay increases. This version adds additional POM adjustments.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3222
3214 26 Mar 18 Official Version 3214 reflects FY2017 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2017. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2017 civilian pay execution. An adjustment of 0.4% for US civilians was added to account for OMB locality pay increases. This version adds CTYPE 425.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3214
3213 20 Feb 18 Official Version 3213 reflects FY2017 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2017. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2017 civilian pay execution. An adjustment of 0.4% for US civilians was added to account for OMB locality pay increases. This version reflects adjustments made by the CPWG to address issues raised.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3213
3209 29 Jan 18 Official Version 3209 reflects FY2017 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2017. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2017 civilian pay execution. An adjustment of 0.4% for US civilians was added to account for OMB locality pay increases.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.4%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
  • FY 25 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3209
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Rates for President's Budget FY19

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3174 4 Jan 18 Official Version 3174 reflects FY2016 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2017.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 0.0%
  • FY 20 uses 2.1%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3174
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Rates for FY19-23 Cycle (POM 19)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3151 2 Jun 17 Official Version 3151 reflects FY2016 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2016 civilian pay execution. This version contains additional updates to account for Army structure changes in the POM and changes based on the Command Rate Review.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3151
3149 30 May 17 Official Version 3149 reflects FY2016 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016. This version is to be used for the POM. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2016 civilian pay execution. This version contains updates to account for Army structure changes in the POM and changes based on the Command Rate Review.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3149
3135 27 Mar 17 Official Version 3135 reflects FY2016 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016. This version is to be used for both the PB and POM. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2016 civilian pay execution. This version contains the changes made in previous PB versions along with the addition of new commands 92, and 96.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3135
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Official Rates for FY18-23 Cycle (PB 18)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3135 27 Mar 17 Official Version 3135 reflects FY2016 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016. This version is to be used for both the PB and POM. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2016 civilian pay execution. This version contains the changes made in previous PB versions along with the addition of new commands 92, and 96.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3135
3128 16 Mar 17 Official Version 3128 reflects FY2016 end year budget execution data and foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016. It contains the CTYPE 131 and 132 change and the MDEP-specific rates for the W-series rolls and splits. This version contains the changes made in previous PB versions: addition of new commands 6G, 6M, and 8P, and an annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3128
3121 24 Jan 17 Official Version 3121 reflects foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016 and adds the new commands 6G, 6M, and 8P.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3121
3117 11 Jan 17 Official Version 3117 reflects foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2016.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3117
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Rates for FY19-23 Cycle (Pre-POM 19)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3120 11 Jan 17 Version 3120 is a Pre-POM Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the start of FY 2019-2023 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2016 civilian pay execution with official Pay Raise factors and Foreign Currency guidance published in November and December 2016.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2017-FY2019.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.9%
  • FY 20 uses 1.9%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3120
3108 15 Dec 16 Version 3108 is a Pre-POM Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the start of FY 2019-2023 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2016 civilian pay execution with current assumptions for what the pay raise factors will be and Foreign Currency assumptions provided in BES submission guidance published November 2016. This version does not contain the official pay raise guidance and is for planning purposes only.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2017-FY2019.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 17 uses 2.1%
  • FY 18 uses 1.9%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
  • FY 24 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3108
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Official Rates for FY18-22 Cycle (BES 18)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3079 15 Dec 16 Version 3079 is the Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2018-2022 BES cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2015 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2017 President's Budget and Foreign Currency assumptions provided in BES submission guidance published November 2016.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3079
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Official Rates for FY18-22 Cycle (POM 18)

Version
ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
Report
3064 15 Dec 16 Version 3064 is the final Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2018-2022 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2015 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2017 President's Budget. This version includes adjustments due to issues found during review.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3064
3060 19 May 16 Version 3060 is the fourth Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2018-2022 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2015 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2017 President's Budget. This version includes adjustments due to issues found during review.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3060
3059 10 May 16 Version 3059 is the third Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2018-2022 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2015 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2017 President's Budget. This version includes adjustments due to issues found during review.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3059
3056 5 May 16 Version 3056 is the second Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2018-2022 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2015 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2017 President's Budget. This version includes adjustments due to issues found during review.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3056
3043 18 Feb 16 Version 3043 is the first Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2018-2022 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2015 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2017 President's Budget.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPE 101 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2016-FY2018.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
  • FY 23 uses 2.1%
Spreadsheet #3043
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Rates for President's Budget FY17

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ID
Pub
Date
Description
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Report
3022 4 Jan 16 Official Version 3022 reflects guidance released December 2015 with revised Foreign Currency values.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the guidance.
Spreadsheet #3022
3017 17 Dec 15 Official Version 3017 reflects guidance released December 2015.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.6%
  • FY 18 uses 1.6%
  • FY 19 uses 1.6%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 2.1%
  • FY 22 uses 2.1%
Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the guidance.
Spreadsheet #3017
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Official Rates for FY17-21 Cycle (POM 17)

Version
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Date
Description
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2988 11 Dec 15 Version 2988 is the final Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2017-2021 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2014 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2016 President's Budget.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPEs 101 and 124 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2015-FY2017.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.3%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 uses 1.5%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 1.8%
Spreadsheet #2988
2977 20 Mar 15 Version 2977 is the Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2017-2021 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2014 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2016 President's Budget.

An annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPEs 101 and 124 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2015-FY2017.

This version accounts for moving SHARP execution from SAG 131 to SAG 434.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.3%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 uses 1.5%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 1.8%
Spreadsheet #2977
2962 19 Feb 15 Version 2962 is the first draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2017-2021 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2014 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2016 President's Budget.

Beginning in FY2015, an annual supplemental adjustment was added to CTYPEs 101 and 124 as a planning factor for pay growth, which is driven by demographic changes for FY2015-FY2017.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.3%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 uses 1.5%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 1.8%
Spreadsheet #2962
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Rates for President's Budget FY16

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Date
Description
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2940 19 Feb 15 Version 2940 reflects guidance released December 2014.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.3%
  • FY 17 uses 1.3%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 uses 1.5%
  • FY 20 uses 1.8%
  • FY 21 uses 1.8%
Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the guidance.
Spreadsheet #2940
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Official Rates for FY16-20 Cycle (POM 16)

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2915 21 Apr 14 Version 2915 is the Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2016-2020 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2013 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2015 President's Budget. This version incorporates Command Review corrections.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 uses 1.0%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 and beyond uses 1.8%
Spreadsheet #2915
2893 7 Mar 14 Version 2893 is the first draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2016-2020 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2013 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2015 President's Budget.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 uses 1.0%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 and beyond uses 1.8%
Spreadsheet #2893
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Rates for President's Budget FY15

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Date
Description
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2878 28 Feb 14 Version 2878 reflects guidance released January 8, 2014.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 uses 1.0%
  • FY 18 uses 1.5%
  • FY 19 and beyond uses 1.8%
Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the guidance.
Spreadsheet #2878
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Official Rates for FY15-19 Cycle (POM 15)

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2847 19 Jul 13 Version 2847 displays the approved rates for use during the FY 2015-2019 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2012 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2014 President's Budget. This version incorporates minor technical corrections.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 13 uses 0.5%
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 0.5%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 and beyond uses 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2847
2844 16 Apr 13 Version 2844 displays the approved rates for use during the FY 2015-2019 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2012 civilian pay execution with pay raise assumptions provided in the 2014 President's Budget. This version incorporates Command reviews.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 13 uses 0.5%
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 0.5%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 and beyond uses 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2844
2828 26 Mar 13 Version 2828 is the first draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2015-2019 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2012 civilian pay execution with draft projected pay raise assumptions.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 13 uses 0.5%
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 0.5%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 and beyond uses 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2828
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Rates for President's Budget FY14

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Description
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2809 18 Jan 13 Version 2809 reflects RMD Guidance 702 tentatively released January 17th 2013.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 13 uses 0.5% effective 1 April 2013
  • FY 14 uses 1.0%
  • FY 15 uses 0.5%
  • FY 16 uses 1.0%
  • FY 17 uses 1.5%
  • FY 18 and beyond uses 1.5%


Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the RMD Guidance 702.

Spreadsheet #2809
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Official Rates for FY14-18 Cycle (POM 14)

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Date
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2783 23 Apr 12 Version 2783 is the fourth draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2014-2018 POM cycle. This new version adds OA39 which was just approved and changes the rates for CTYPE 105s (Korean Local Nationals) due to correcting two definitions in the EOR table. In addition a rate was created for OA 22 SAG 331 to reflect Accessions Command issues and a rate was created for OA 84 OMA CTYPE 110. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2011 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Memorandum, Subject: Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 President's Budget released Febr /uary 2012, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 13 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 - 0.5%
  • FY 2014 - 1.7%
  • FY 2015 - 0.5%
  • FY 2016 - 1.0%
  • FY 2017 - 1.5%
  • FY 2018 - 1.5%
  • FY 2019 - 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2783
2778 27 Mar 12 Version 2778 is the third draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2014-2018 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2011 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Memorandum, Subject: Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 President's Budget released Febr /uary 2012, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 13 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 - 0.5%
  • FY 2014 - 1.7%
  • FY 2015 - 0.5%
  • FY 2016 - 1.0%
  • FY 2017 - 1.5%
  • FY 2018 - 1.5%
  • FY 2019 - 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2778
2773 14 Mar 12 Version 2773 is the second draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2014-2018 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2011 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Memorandum, Subject: Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 President's Budget released Febr /uary 2012, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 13 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 - 0.5%
  • FY 2014 - 1.7%
  • FY 2015 - 0.5%
  • FY 2016 - 1.0%
  • FY 2017 - 1.5%
  • FY 2018 - 1.5%
  • FY 2019 - 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2773
2762 6 Mar 12 Version 2762 is the draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2014-2018 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2011 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Memorandum, Subject: Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 President's Budget released Febr /uary 2012, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 13 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 - 0.5%
  • FY 2014 - 1.7%
  • FY 2015 - 0.5%
  • FY 2016 - 1.0%
  • FY 2017 - 1.5%
  • FY 2018 - 1.5%
  • FY 2019 - 1.5%
Spreadsheet #2762
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Rates for President's Budget FY13

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ID
Pub
Date
Description
Spreadsheet
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2700 08 Feb 12 Version 2700 reflects RMD Guidance 702 released December 2011.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 12 uses 0.0%
  • FY 13 uses 0.5%
  • FY 14 uses 0.7%
  • FY 15 uses 1.0%
  • FY 16 uses 2.0%
  • FY 17 and beyond uses 2.5%


Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the RMD guidance.

Spreadsheet #2700
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Official Rates for FY13-17 Cycle (POM 13)

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2659 25 Mar 11 Version 2659 is the draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2013-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2010 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2010, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 11 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2011 - 0.0%
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 and beyond - 2.3%.
Spreadsheet #2659
2656 23 Mar 11 Version 2656 is the draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2013-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2010 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2010, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 11 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 and beyond - 2.3%.
2656
Spreadsheet #2656
2653 7 Mar 11 Version 2653 is the draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2013-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2010 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2010, and civilian pay raise assumptions for FY 11 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 - 0.0%
  • FY 2013 and beyond - 2.3%.
Spreadsheet #2653
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Rates for President's Budget FY12

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Pub
Date
Description
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2617 05 Jan 11 Version 2617 reflects RMD Guidance 702 released December 2010.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 11 uses 1.4%
  • FY 12 uses 0.0%
  • FY 13 and beyond uses 2.3%


Foreign currency adjustments were applied according to the RMD guidance.

Spreadsheet #2617
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Official Rates for FY12-17 Cycle (POM 12)

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Date
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2554 24 May 10 Version 2554 is the Official Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2012-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2009 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2009, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Revised Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 10 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 and beyond - 2.3%.
Rate adjustments are limited to correcting for the location of some manpower to the correct rate. All other rates remain consistent with the Version 2553 rates.
Spreadsheet #2554
2553 6 May 10 Version 2553 is the Official Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2012-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2009 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2009, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Revised Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 10 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 and beyond - 2.3%.
Rate adjustments are limited to correcting for data errors. All other rates remain consistent with the Version 2548 rates.
Spreadsheet #2553
2548 1 Apr 10 Version 2548 is the Official Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2012-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2009 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2009, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Revised Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 10 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 and beyond - 2.3%.
Rate adjustments are limited to displaying one additional rate and adjustments for the number of workdays in each year. All other rates remain consistent with the Version 2546 rates.
Spreadsheet #2548
2546 11 Mar 10 Version 2546 is the Official Civilian Pay Rate version to be used for the FY 2012-2017 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2009 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the RMD 702 released December 2009, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Revised Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 10 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 and beyond - 2.3%.
Rate adjustments are limited to data corrections and displaying additional rates. All other rates remain consistent with the Version 2540 rates.
Spreadsheet #2546
2540 28 Jan 10 Version 2540 is the Draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be reviewed by the MACOMs, Operating Agencies, PEGs, and appropriation sponsors following the PPBC Memo Draft Civilian Pay Rates for the FY2012-2017 Pbr / Cycle.

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 - 1.4%
  • FY 2012 and beyond - 2.3%.
Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the RMD 702 released December 2009.
Spreadsheet #2540
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Rates for President's Budget FY11

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Pub
Date
Description
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2509 07 Jan 10 Version 2509 reflects the changes OSD issued in the memo titled "Revised Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 10 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 10 uses 2.0%
  • FY 11 uses 1.4%
  • FY 12 and beyond uses 2.3%
  • Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the RMD 702 released December 2009.


Spreadsheet #2509
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Official Rates for FY11-15 Cycle (POM 11)

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2461 16 Apr 09 Version 2461 is the Official civilian pay rates to be used for the FY 2011-2015 Pbr / cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2008 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the FY 2009 President's Budget Decision (PBD) 810 beginning FY09, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2009 - 3.9%
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 and beyond - 2.3%.
See PBD 810 for the foreign currency exchange rates.

Rate adjustments are limited to one rate based on additional data for the rate. All other rates remain consistent with the Version 2454 rates.
Spreadsheet #2461
2454 19 Mar 09 Version 2454 is the Official civilian pay rates to be used for the FY 2011-2015 Pbr / cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2008 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the FY 2009 President's Budget Decision (PBD) 810 beginning FY09, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2009 - 3.9%
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 and beyond - 2.3%.
See PBD 810 for the foreign currency exchange rates.

Rate adjustments are minimal and are specific to changes based on the new foreign currency guidance in PBD 810. The rates for most commands remain consistent with the Version 2427 rates.
Spreadsheet #2454
2449 17 Mar 09 Version 2449 is the Official civilian pay rates to be used for the FY 2011-2015 Pbr / cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2008 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the FY 2009 President's Budget Decision (PBD) 610 beginning FY09, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2009 - 3.9%
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 and beyond - 2.3%.
See PBD 610 for the foreign currency exchange rates.

Rate adjustments are minimal and are specific to correct for issues identified during the draft review period. The rates for most commands remain consistent with the Version 2427 rates.
Spreadsheet #2449
2447 17 Mar 09 Version 2447 is the Official civilian pay rates to be used for the FY 2011-2015 Pbr / cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2008 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates as published in the FY 2009 President's Budget Decision (PBD) 610 beginning FY09, and civilian pay raise assumptions as issued in the memo titled "Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2009 - 3.9%
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 and beyond - 2.3%.
See PBD 610 for the foreign currency exchange rates.

Rate adjustments are minimal and are specific to correct for issues identified during the draft review period. The rates for most commands remain consistent with the Version 2427 rates.
Spreadsheet #2447
2427 29 Jan 09 Version 2427 is the Draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be reviewed by the MACOMs, Operating Agencies, PEGs, and appropriation sponsors following the PPBC Memo Draft Civilian Pay Rates for the FY2011-2015 Pbr / Cycle.
  • FY 2009 uses 3.9%
  • FY 2010 uses 3.2%
  • FY 2011 and beyond uses 2.3%
  • Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the PBD 610.
Spreadsheet #2427
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Rates for President's Budget FY10

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Date
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2458 27 Mar 09 Version 2458 reflects the changes OSD issued in the memo titled "Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:

Pay raise assumptions:
  • FY 2009 - 3.9%
  • FY 2010 - 2.0%
  • FY 2011 and beyond - 2.3%.
  • Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the PBD 810.


Spreadsheet #2458
2431 9 Mar 09 Version 2431 reflects the changes OSD issued in the memo titled "Inflation Guidance - Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 President's Budget" to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:
  • FY 09 uses 3.9%
  • FY 10 uses 2.0%
  • FY 11 and beyond uses 2.3%
  • Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the PBD 610.
Spreadsheet #2431
2404 11 Dec 08 Version 2404 reflects the changes OSD issued in PBD 610 to adjust Foreign Currency Exchange Rates and changes to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 09 and out as follows:
  • FY 09 uses 3.9%
  • FY 10 uses 3.2%
  • FY 11 and beyond uses 2.3%
  • Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the PBD 610.
Spreadsheet #2404
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Official Rates for FY10-15 Cycle (POM 10)

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2342 14 Mar 08

Version 2342 is the Official civilian pay rates to be used for the FY 2010-2015 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2007 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates and civilian pay raise assumptions beginning FY 2008, as published in the FY 2009 President's Budget Decision (PBD)610.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 2008 - 3.5%
  • FY 2009 - 2.9%
  • FY 2010 and beyond - 2.3%.
  • See PBD610 for the foreign currency exchange rates.

Rate adjustments are minimal and are specific to correct for issues related to execution data. The rates for most commands remain consistent with the Version 2332 rates.

Spreadsheet #2342
2332 25 Feb 08

Version 2332 is the Official civilian pay rates to be used for the FY 2010-2015 POM cycle. The baseline for creating these rates was the FY 2007 civilian pay execution, adjusted for foreign currency exchange rates and civilian pay raise assumptions beginning FY 2008, as published in the FY 2009 President's Budget Decision (PBD)610.

Pay raise assumptions:

  • FY 2008 - 3.5%
  • FY 2009 - 2.9%
  • FY 2010 and beyond - 2.3%.
  • See PBD610 for the foreign currency exchange rates.

Rate adjustments are minimal and are specific to auditable corrections in the execution data and the realignment of an accounting rule to br /ing a foreign national rate into compliance. The rates for most commands remain consistent with the Version 2320 draft rates.

Mobilization related costs and additional foreign national rate rules are still under review. Should the outcome of these reviews result in changes to one or more of the rate generation rules, we will post updated rates.

Spreadsheet #2332
2320 1 Feb 08 Version 2320 is the Draft Civilian Pay Rate version to be reviewed by the MACOMs, Operating Agencies, PEGs, and appropriation sponsors following the PPBC Memo Draft Civilian Pay Rates for the FY2010-2015 POM Cycle.

It uses the final execution FY07 Civilian Pay data and reflects the changes OSD issued in PBD 610 to adjust Foreign Currency Exchange Rates and changes to Civilian Pay raise assumptions for FY 08 and out asfollows:
  • FY 08 uses 3.5%
  • FY 09 uses 2.9%
  • FY 10 and beyond uses 2.3%.
  • Foreign currency adjustments were applied as directed by the PBD 610.
Spreadsheet #2320
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