Is the 2014 GS pay chart available to the public?


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The Office of Personnel Management's website, OPM.gov, provides access to the 2014 General Schedule base and locality pay tables. The General Schedule pay table serves as the pay classification system used to calculate the salaries of the majority of the U.S. federal government's white-collar civilian employees.

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The General Schedule covers over 1.5 million individuals worldwide, providing a consistent government-wide pay scale for over 70 percent of federal employees. The government typically updates the General Schedule every January to reflect inflation and nationwide changes in private sector wages. Salaries for identical positions can vary across different regions to account for the differences in the cost of living, resulting in various locality pay tables.

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