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.
  • Rates for FY23-27 Cycle (BES 23)

    Rates for FY23-27 Cycle (BES 23)

    Version
    ID
    Pub
    Date
    Description
    Spreadsheet
    Report
    3511 23 Jul 21 Version 3511 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3511 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3511 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures. This file version establishes rates for: Italian Nationals and BENELUX employees; DAWDF personnel under SAG 43Q; and personnel under Special Schedule pay plans supporting HQDA’s RDTE activities.

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3511
  • Rates for FY23-27 Cycle (POM 23)

    Rates for FY23-27 Cycle (POM 23)

    Version
    ID
    Pub
    Date
    Description
    Spreadsheet
    Report
    3509 08 Jul 21 Version 3509 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3509 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3509 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures..

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3509
    3504 29 Jun 21 Version 3504 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3504 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3504 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures..

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3504
    3501 08 Jun 21 Version 3501 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3501 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3501 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures.

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3501
    3495 20 Apr 21 Version 3495 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3495 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3495 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3495
    3482 09 Feb 21 Draft Version 3482 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data along with foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2020. Version 3482 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3482 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures.

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 1.0%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3482
  • Rates for FY22-26 Cycle (PB 22)

    Rates for FY22-26 Cycle (PB 22)

    Version
    ID
    Pub
    Date
    Description
    Spreadsheet
    Report
    3494 20 Apr 21 Version 3494 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3494 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3494 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures.

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    • FY 27 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3494
    3493 07 Apr 21 Version 3493 reflects FY2020 end year budget execution data and incorporates foreign currency guidance released December 2020 as well as revised pay raise assumptions issued April 2021. Version 3493 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3493 includes changes for POM and BES restructuring and includes adjustments to Basic Benefits that normalize for FICA taxes on Cash Awards and Overtime expenditures.

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 19 uses 1.9%
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 2.7%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3493
    3469 05 Jan 21 Version 3469 reflects FY2019 end year budget execution data along with foreign currency and pay raise guidance released December 2020. Version 3469 also incorporates FY 2019 and 2020 OMB Circular No. A-11 guidance directing federal agencies to increase their contribution rate towards employee retirement costs and to maintain FY 2021 cash award increases. Version 3469 includes changes based on feedback from the commands during the command rate review process and changes for POM and BES restructuring.

    Pay raise assumptions:
     
    • FY 19 uses 1.9%
    • FY 20 uses 3.1%
    • FY 21 uses 1.0%
    • FY 22 uses 1.0%
    • FY 23 uses 2.1%
    • FY 24 uses 2.1%
    • FY 25 uses 2.1%
    • FY 26 uses 2.1%
    Spreadsheet #3469

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.
 

Army Civilian Pay Rate Review

PDF file image Army Civilian Pay Rate Review Methodology **** New rate pulling and calculation guidance Updated for POM 2023 on 24 Feb 2021 ****
Xtern alink image Army Civilian Pay Rates Guidance and Template...CAC required // See Note  **** New rate calculation template requires access to Cprobe ****
PDF file image Guidance for Civilian Pay Rates Review Timing and Procedures
PDF file image Appendix A: "How to" Guidelines for Civilian Pay Rate Review **** Updated for POM 2023 on 24 Feb 2021 ****
PDF file image Pay Adjustments for POM format 1 **** Updated Feb 2021 ****
PDF file image Pay Adjustments for POM format 2 **** Updated Feb 2021 ****

Note to download the Army Civilian Pay Rate Review Template

  1. Log in to Cprobe
  2. Clicking on Document Library in the upper right above the Status area
  3. In the search bar enter: Army Civilian Pay Rates Guidance and Template
  4. Click the link to go to the folder
  5. Download the Rate Calculation GFEBS Template and Example.xlsx

Army Civilian Pay Informational Documents

PDF file image Frequently Asked Questions **** Updated Feb 2020 ****
PDF file image Army Civilian Pay Rate Briefing **** Updated Feb 2020 ****
Excel file image GFEBS CivPay CostElement Payment Category Crosswalk
Excel file image GFEBS CivPay EOR Crosswalk

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