1952

D E P A R T M E N T O F JU S T IC E

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION

d e t a il

O BLIG ATIO NS BY O B JE C T S

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

Sum m ary of Personal Services
T otal n u m ber of perm anent positions____
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of all employees_______

539
4
517

542
4
520

573
4
552

Personal service obligations:
P erm an en t positions_________________
Part-tim e and tem porary positions.........
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base—_
P a y m e n t above basic r a te s ............... .......
T o tal personal service obligations. __

$2,003,866
16,806
7,730
10,486
2,038,888

$2.030.704
17,000

$2.209.370
17,000
8, 620
10, 700

1,938,888
53,353
3,180
18,509
25,927
64,424
9,008
13, 406
30,220
2,156,915

1,958,404
66 540
2,300
13,180
22,960
47,140
9, 450
23,830
30,870
326
2,175,000

100,000
2,256,915

100,000
2, 275,000

10, 700
2,058,404

Direct Obligations

07
08
09
15

O ther contractual services. _ . _____
Supplies and m aterials_____________
E quipm ent
Taxes an d assessments______________
T o tal direct obligations.*...................

fii onn

2,750
15,940
22,960
48, 775
21,450
12,713
30,870
652
2,363,000

Reimbursable Obligations
01 Personal services......................................
T otal obligations

100,000
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1950 actual

D epartm ental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,000:
A ttorney General
D e p u ty A ttorney General ________
G eneral schedule grades:
G rade 18. Range $14,000:
A d m inistrative assistant attorney
general
_______
G rade 17. Range $12,200 to $13,000:
F irst assistan t_________ __ _____
G rade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
Special assistant
.
________
D irector of public relations. _ ____
Executive assistant to the A ttorney
G eneral__ _________ ______ __
D e p u ty adm inistrative assistant
atto rn ey general ________ _____
A tto rn e y . . _ ______
___ ______
C hairm an, Board of Im m igration
Appeals _ ______ ______ _____
G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
A tto rn ey ____ - __________________
Pardon a tto r n e y .________________
C hairm an, B oard of Im m igration
Appeals
_
_______ __
M em ber, B oard of Im m igration
Appeals
. . ________________
M em ber, Board of Parole_________
M anagem ent an aly st_____________
"RnrlD’O’f Aflfipor
Fiscal officer __ ________________
D irector'of personnel______ _______
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
Assistant director of public relations.
A ttorney
M em ber, Board of im m igration
Appeals
______________
Chief, budget office_______________
Staff director, board of parole. _____
Chief, accounts branch
__ ___
Chief, personnel b r a n c h .......... .........
Chief, services and procurem ent
branch
_. _ _ „ ___ _

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N um - T otal
ber salary

1951 estim ate

1952 estim at.fi

N um - T otal N u m ­• T otal
hpr sa.la.rv
ber salary

1
1

$22,500
17,500

1
1

$22, 500
17, 500

1
1

$22, 500
17,500

1

14,000

1

14,000

1

14,000

1

12,200

1

12,200

1

12,400

2
1

21,250
10,500

1
1

10,750
10, 500

1
1

11,000
10, 750

1

10,750

1

10,750

1

11,000

30,805

11,000
31, 055

1

3

1
3

11,000
31,305

1

10,000

1
1

9,000
9,800

1
1

9,000
9,800

1
1

9, 200
9,800

1

9,800

1

9,800

5

49,000

5

49,000

1
1
1

8,800
8,800
8,800

4
8
1
1
1
1

35, 200
78,400
8,800
8,800
8,800
8,800

1
1

8,200
7,800

1
1

8, 200
8,000

4
1

33,400
8,600

4

33,400

1
1

8,400
8,200

1

8,600

1
1

8,600

se r v ic e s

8,400
8,000

D epartm ental—C ontinued
General schedule grades—C ontinued
N um ­
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
ber
A ssistant director of public rela­
1
tions____ _______ _____ _____
1
Confidential assistant____________
A ttorney ________________________
1
A ssistant pardon atto rn ey ________
A ssistant staff director_________
1
Parole e x e c u tiv e .________ _____
A dm inistrative analyst
A ssistant chief, accounts b ra n c h ___
1
1
Chief, accounting section
Chief, examiners section--------------1
A ssistant chief, personnel b ra n c h ...
1
Position classifier_____
__ _
1
Chief, services branch
1
Chief, procurem ent b r a n c h ..............
Records adm inistration officer_____
1
1
L ib ra ria n _____________________
E xam iner______ ________ ______
1
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
A ttorney_____________ ________
Case a nalyst______________ ______
Parole exam iner.. _______________
1
B udget a n a l y s t _________________
1
Chief auditor____________________
1
1
Chief classification officer_______ _
E xam iner_____ ____ ______
__
Grade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
A ssistant chief, accounting section._
1
Personnel a ss is ta n t.. .
1
A ssistant chief, procurem ent branch.
1
Chief,
records
adm inistration
1
branch
E xam iner___ ________________
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
1
Secretary______________ ___ ______
A tto rn e y .......... .............. ........................
Confidential clerk_____ _____ ____ _
1
Supervisor of parolees___ _______
A ssistant parole executive_________
1
Supervisor of releases_____________
A dm inistrative assistant__________
1
1
B udget exam iner___ _______ _____
Supervisor, fiscal control u n it_____
Supervisor, financial reports u n i t . . .
1
1
A nalyst
_________ ____ _______
1
Chief, preaudit section __ ________
1
________ ____
A uditor
..
A ssistant to chief, accounts b ra n c h ..
1
Personnel assistant____ __________
1
A ssistant chief, services b ra n c h ___
1
Chief, purchasing u n it..
. ..
A ssistant chief, records adm inistra­
1
tion branch____________ ______ _
1
Chief records an aly st_____________
1
A ssistant librarian_______________
E xam iner___ ____ _____ _____ ___
2
Case analyst
__ ________
3
G radeS. R ange $4,200 to $4,950. ____
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575______ 29
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______ 30
Grade 5. R ange $3,100 to $3,850______ 72
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355. _ _ 128
G rade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130.____
95
Grade 2. R ange $2,450 to $2,930______ 37
G rade 1. Range $2,200 to $2,680... ___
1
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
G rade 5. Range $2,674 to $3,154______
Grade 4. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
9
Grade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732____ _ 32
Grade 2. Range $2,120 to $2,540______
2
Positions a t hourly rates:
Grade 16. R ange $3,723 to $4,555_____
1
1
Grade 15. Range $3,598 to $4,388_____
1
Grade 9. Range $2,704 to $3,286
Grade 8. Range $2,558 to $3,140______
1
T otal perm anent, d e partm ental___
D educt:
Lapses . . __________ _____________
Savings due to use of former p ay scales
for p art of year
N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, n et salary )_____

1

1

perso nal

— c o n tin u e d

1950 actual

Salaries and Expenses, General Administration, Department of
Justice—
Object classification

of

1

7,600

8,600

Part-tim e and tem porary positions:
Tem porary em ploym ent
Part-tim e em ploym ent_______________
R egular pay in excess of 52-week base

T otal
salary

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N u m ­ Total
ber salary

N u m ­ T otal
ber salary
1
1
4
1
1

$7,400
7,400
26,400
6,600
7,400

7, 200
6.400
7, 200
6,800
6.400
7.400
6, 400
7, 200
6, 600
6,800

1
1
I
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

7,200
6,600
7.400
7,000
6.400
7.400
6,600
7, 200
6,800
7,000

8

47,000

1
1
1

6, 200
5, 400
6,000

11
1
_
1
1

64,000
6,400
____
5,600
6, 200

9

50,600

9

51, 200

1
1
1

5, 500
5,125
5,375

1
1
1

5, 625
5, 250
5,500

5. 250
10, 750

1
3

5,375
15, 875

1
3

5, 500
16, 000

5,100
19, 400
4, 850

1
4
1

5, 225
19, 775
4, 975

1
4
1
1

5,350
20,150
4, 975
5,350

5.225

1

5,350

4, 600
5.100
5.100
5, 225
5, 225
9, 825
4, 600
4, 600

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1

5,100
5, 475
4, 600
4, 725
5, 225
5,100
5,350
5, 350
9, 950
4, 725
4, 725

1
1
1
1
1
1

"~4~ 600
5, 225
5,475
4, 725
4, 850
5,350
5, 225

1
2
1
1

5,350
10, 075
4, 850
4, 850

4, 850
5,225
4, 975
9, 575

1
1
1
1

4, 975
5, 225
5,100
4, 600

12, 850
121, 300
116, 750
262,325
409, 040
273, 590
99, 370
2, 680

3
29
29
74
130
94
39
1

13, 225
123, 300
115, 050
271, 650
419, 350
275, 260
105,390
2, 680

1
1
1
1
1
3
30
31
74
146
95
39
1

5,100
5,350
5, 225
4, 725
4,600
13, 600
129, 875
124, 825
278,125
471,530
283, 260
107, 310
2,680

3,154
25, 250
83, 584
4,590

1
9
32
2

3,154
25, 650
84, 624
4, 730

1
9
32
2

3,154
26,130
85, 504
4, 800

3, 723
3, 598
2, 704
2, 995

1
1
1
1

3, 723
3, 598
2, 704
2,995

1
1
1
1

3, 931
3,879
2, 850
3,141

$7,400
7, 200
13,200
6,400

1
1
2
1

$7,400
7,200
13, 200
6, 400

7.400
13,600
7,000
6.400
7, 200
6,800

1

7,400

7.400
6.400
7,000
6,600
6,800

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

46,600
6,200
5,400
6,000
5,800
49,600
5,375
5.125
5, 250

4,975
5, 475

573 2.313,924

539 2.109. 883

542 2.137. 538

17.4 76, 744

26. 9 106. 834

25

521.8
2. 003. 866

515.1
2. 030. 704

548

7,498
9, 308
7, 730

7,630
9,370

104,554

29, 273

2, 209.370
7,630
9,370
8, 620

277

1952

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A P P E N D I X TO T H E B U D G E T F O R F IS C A L Y E A R 1952
L E G A L A C T IV IT IE S A N D

d e ta il o f p erson al services — continued

GENERAL

A D M I N I S T R A T I O N — C o n tin u e d

1950 actual

S a la r ie s and E x p e n ses, G en er a l A d m inistration, D ep a rtm en t o f
J u stic e — C ontinued
d e ta il of p erso n a l services — continued
1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

P ay m en t above basic rates:
Overtim e an d holiday p a y ................. ......
N ight-w ork differential_______________

$10,052
434

$10,270
430

$10,270
430

Personal services ................................. .

2,038, 888

2,058,404

2,245,690

Salaries an d wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are d istrib u ted as follows:
D irect obligations __________________
Reim bursable obligations ___________

1,938,888
100,000

1,958,404
100,000

2,145,690
100,000

T otal of foregoing schedule.................

2, 038,888

2,058,404

2,245,690

01

S a la r ie s and E x p e n ses, G en eral L egal A ctivities, D epartm en t of
J u stic e —
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
O bject classification

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

1,153
39
1,141

1,158
39
1,146

1,396
38
1,373

$5,921,168

$6,030,335

$7,394,440

122,488
78,100

126,400
76,200

126,400
76,200

1950 actual

T otal n u m b er of perm anent positions____
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of all employees ---------01 Personal services:
P erm an en t positions
.............
P art-tim e and tem porary positions:
Tem porary em ploym ent______ _
P art-tim e em ploym ent_________
R egular pay in excess of 52-week
b ase_________ ________________
P ay m en t above basic rates: Over­
tim e and holiday p a y ____ _____
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

22, 916

29,260

699

800

800

T otal personal services________
T ra v e l______ ___ ___________ ____
T ran sp o rtatio n of things_________ . .
C om m unication services_______ _____
R en ts and u tility services ______ ___
P rin tin g and re p ro d u c tio n ___________
O ther contractual services ____________
Supplies and m aterials ________________
E q u ip m en t ____________________________
Taxes and assessments ________________

6,145,371
238,122
1,288
48,148
19,113
211,874
447,663
23,672
40,224

6,233, 735
269,148
3,400
57,970
22,000
207,100
626,147
16,450
35,400
1,150

7,627,100
316,813
3,400
66,940
2,138
268, 600
713,997
25,325
45, 437
2,250

T o tal obligations ____________________

7,175,475

7,472, 500

9,072,000

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
1950 actual
N um - T otal
ber salary
D epartm ental:
Positions a t rates in excess of $14,000:
1 $17,500
Solicitor General ----------------- -------- 5
75,000
A ssistant A ttorney G eneral........... .......
General schedule grades:
G rade 16. Range $11,200 to $12,000:
6
67,200
F irst a ssistan t___________________
1
11,200
A tto rn ey ------------------------------------G rade 15. R ange $10,000 to $11,000:
Liaison a tto rn e y ..
___ _
22 231,980
A tto rn e y .. -------------------------------4
42,900
Section c h ie f-..------- ------ ------------1
10,500
Reviewing officer_________________
4
41,265
Special assistant__________________
7
74,500
T rial a tto rn e y ___________________
1
10,500
Chief appraiser____ ___ ________
G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800;
66 627,515
A tto rn e y............ .............................. .
2
19,114
Special assistant__________ _______
T rial a tto rn e y ........ .................. ............. 13 118,000
2
18,400
Section h ead _____ _______________
Grade 13. R ange $7,600 to $8,600:
102 824,800
A t LUX l l c j _______- — ------- ------ -------- —
1
7,911
Special assistan t__________________
1
7,800
A dm inistrative officer------ -----------33 257,800
T rial a tto rn e y --------------- ------------A p p r a i s e r . ------ --------- --------------Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A tto rn ey _________ _____ _________
A dm inistrative officer____________
A dm inistrative a ssistan t............. .......
T rial a tto rn e y _____________ ____
Section chief_____________________
G rade 11. R ange $5,400 to $6,400:
A tto rn e y ________________________
Trial attorney, preparer-general.......
A dm inistrative assistan t__________
A ccounting and auditing a n a ly st-. ..

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1
5

$17,500
75,000

6
1

67,200
11,200

22
4
1
4
9
1

231,980
43,500
10,750
41,750
95,250
10,500

1 10,000
24 255,230
8 83,751
1 11,000
4 42,250
10 104,250
1 10,750

66
2
12
2

627,515
19,600
110,800
18,800

71 676,716
2 19,600
25 223,600
2 18,800

102
1
2
33

834,400
8,000
15,400
261,200

117 957,822
1
8,000
2 15,600
67 519,720
2 15,200
3 22,800

1 $17,500
5 75,000
6
1

68,250
11,400

D epartm ental—C ontinued
N um - T otal
General schedule grades—C ontinued
ber salary
G rade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
Confidential clerk_______ ____ ____
1
$4,850
A tto rn e y ________________________
27 128,800
Trial attorney, preparer-general
2
9,325
Executive a s s is ta n t...........................
1
4,975
Research an aly st_________________
2
9,450
A dm inistrative assistant __ _____
Grade 8. R ange $4,200 to $4,950_____
6
26,450
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575. ......... 31 126,950
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200_____ 31 119,700
f a 100
f a R^O- _-__
u i a i i D u» "Rpme-p
i v a i i g c «po?
i u u tn
t u tpOjOUU
111 391,615
G rade 4. R ange $2,875 to $3,355_____ 172 548,180
Grndp 3 Ratipp $2 650 tn $3 130
57 160,570
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______ 22
57,660
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 4. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
4
11,160
Grade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732______ 22
54,344
Grarip
Ranep
*>r40
U id U u 2
a* X
v a i l g U $2 120 to
tU t$2
p ^ ir
U - - —- - - 1
2,260
T otal perm anent, dep artm en tal ___ 867
4,778,124
D educt:
20.9
Lapses __ -............................ .............. ..
115,306
Savings due to use of former pay scales
51,153
for p a rt of y ear...................... .................
N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, n et salary) ______
846.1
4,611, 665
Part-tim e and tem porary positions:
T em porary em ploym ent ____________
111, 793
Part-tim e em ploym ent _____________
173
Regular p ay in excess of 52-week base
17,819
P aym ent above basic rates: O vertim e
Virvlirl.cty
qtt j■novr
699
d l lU . HUJ.lU
p c t y _______________ _ --------4, 742,149
All personal services, departm ental.
Field:
Positions a t rates in excess of $14,000:
A ssistant A ttorney G eneral-.- ___
1
15,000
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
F irst assistant _________________
1
10,000
3
31,500
A tto rn ey -----------------------------------------------Special assistant _____________________
1
10,305
HPviq I o tt n m p v
5
53,7501
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
5
46,400
A ttorney_______
___ _________
Trial a ttorney ___________________
9
84,400
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
11
89,400
A ttorney _____________
Special a tto rn e y .. _______________
1
8,510
14 112,200
T rial atto rn ey ___________________
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A ttorney________________________
6
41,400
T rial attorney ___ ___________________
20 138,080
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
7
39,600
A ttorney ____________________________
T rial attorney ......... ..................... ................. 27 158,400
1
6,200
A dm inistrative assistant__________
1
6,200
In v e stig a to r..
______________
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
4
19,275
A t t U l u c j _- _. . . . . . . . . --- ------ -----------5
24,500
T rial a tto rn e y ............ ................. ................
1
4,725
Research a n aly st.....................................
2
10,325
E xpert appraiser
1
4,575
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950.......... .
4
17,425
G rade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575______
3
11,475
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______
G rade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______ 32 114,425
G rade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______ 76 241,440
93,670
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______ 33
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930- ____ 10
26,260
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732______
1
2,572
G rade 2. Range $2,120 to $2,540
1
2,330
T otal perm anent, field____________ 286
1,424,342
D educt:
Lapses___ ____ _______________ _____ 17.5 98,942
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of year_____________________
15,897
N et p erm anent, field (average n u m ­
ber, n et salary)____ _______ _____ 268.5
1,309,503
Part-tim e and tem porary positions:
T em porary em ploym ent............. ..............
10,695
Part-tim e em ploym ent............ ..................
77, 927
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
5,097
All personal services, field____ ____
1,403, 222
01
Personal services______ ____ ______
6,145,371

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - T otal
ber
salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

1
27
2
1
2
1
6
32
31
114
172
56
23

$4,975
131,700
9,450
5,100
9,450
4,600
26,950
133,025
120,450
406,546
555,522
158,240
60,030

4
22
1
877

11,320
55,384
2,330

1
37
2
1
4
1
6
37
38
142
226
56
23

$5,100
180,950
9,700
5,225
19,150
4,600
27,450
154,153
147,725
502,371
718,375
162,320
61,790

4 11,560
22 56,515
1
2,400
1,117
4, 898,413
6, 275, 824

38.5
220, 560

47.8
269,899

838.5
1,069.2
4,677,853
6,005,925
111, 400
200

111, 400
200
23,820

800
4, 790, 253

800
6,142,145

1

15,000

1

15,000

1
4
1
5

10,000
42,000
10,305
53,750

1
3
1
5

10,250
32,250
10,305
55,000

7
7

65,400
66,000

6
7

57,400
67,000

11
1
16

90,200
8,510
127,400

11 91,400
1
8,510
16 129,600

7
21

48,000
144,280

16 105,800
21 146,680

7
26
1
1

40,200
151,400
6,200
6,200

2 11,200
26 155,400
1
6,400
1
6,400

6
5
1
1
1
4
4
33
72
26
9

28,975
25,125
4,725
5,350
4,575
17,675
15,550
120,170
229,718
74,660
24,290

2 10,200
5 25,500
4,850
1
1
5,350
1
4,700
7 29,448
4 15,925
33 121,320
69 224,133
26 76,340
9 24,930

2

5,064

281
1,440, 722

*

2

279
1, 456, 515

16.3 88,240

13

264.7
1,352,482

266

15.000
76.000
1,443,482
6,233,735

5,224

68,000

1,388,515
15.000
76.000
5,440
1,484,955
7,627,100

Salaries and Expenses, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice—

51
2
1
21

347,200
13,200
7,000
138,600

52
1
1
21

358,200
6,400
7,200
140,000

80 541,400
1
6,600
1
7,200
25 168,400
1
6,400

Object classification

26
4
1
1

150,800
22,000
5,600
5,800

27
4
1
1

157,396
22,200
5,800
5,800

47 269,201
4 22,800
1
5,800
2 11,400

T otal num ber of perm anent positions___
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of all employees............ .

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
1950 actual
632
2
610

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

632
2
605

622
2
605

1952

279

DEPARTM ENT OF JUSTICE
o b l ig a t io n s

by

o bjec ts

Object classification
01

02

Total personal services _______
T rav el. _________ ______ _______

04
05
06
07
08

Com m unication services ________
R en ts and u tility services ________
P rin tin g and reproduction
O ther contractual services___ ____ _
Supplies and m aterials. __ _____

1952 estim ate

$3.360. 220
10, 565

$3.361.000
10,000

$3.345.925
10,000

13,092
3, 779

4,000

13,307
4,000

3. 387. 6*6
117, 900
5,383
32,769
49, 864
31, 727
170,065
28, 537
41,037

3.375.000
100,000
5,000
25.000
50.000
80,000
65.000
20.000
30,000

3. 373.232
100,000
5,000
25,000
5, 768
80,000
65,000
18,400
27,600

.3. 864. 938

3.7*0. 000

3. 700. 000

N et perm anent, field (average n u m ­
ber, net salary)________ ______

iyoz estim ate

Part-tim e and tem porary positions: T em ­
porary em ploym ent________________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
P aym ent above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay ___________ __

UU' ■t'HiKKUI'IA.Li

KJiiKVUJllia

j.you aciuai

G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
A tto rn ey . ______________________
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
A tto rn ey ________________________
Econom ist____ ______ ________
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A tto rn ey ________________________
Econom ist_______________________
G rade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
A tto rn ey ______________ ________
Economist
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A ttorney
Econom ist_____ _____________ __
f-rTQrlp oQ. XVoXlfetJ
UnnfTfl
vJIdU.t/

Grade 7. Range
Grade 6. Range
Grade 5. Range
Grade 4. Range
Grade 3. Range
Grade 2. Range
Crafts, protective,
Grade 4. R ange
Grade 3. R ange

0/10 +A
t o $4. QRrt ________

$3,825 to $4,575______
$3,450 to $4,200______
$3,100 to $3,850______
$2,875 to $3,355______
$2,650 to $3,130______
$2,450 to $2,930______
find custodial grades:
$2,450 to $2,930______
$2,252 to $2,732______

T otal perm anent, dep artm en tal___
D educt:
Lapses
Savings due to use of former p ay scales
for p a rt of year __________________

N um
ber
1

T otal
salary

iNum- T otal
oer saiary

N um
ber

T otal
salary
$15,000

01

222, 500
10,750

21
1

227,500
11,000

32

289, 200
45 600

32

290,800

31
5

284,400
46 600

Object classification

33
7

256,600
55,400

33
7

259,000
56,000

32
7

255,000
56,800

T otal num ber of perm anent positions___
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of all employees_______

24
3

157,800
20,600

24
3

158,400
20,800

24
1

162, 200
6,600

20
1

113,000
5, 400

20
1

113,800
5,400

20
1

116,600
5,600

2,930
22,988

300 1,733, 353
7. 9 45, 832

300 1,748, 583
14

296 1, 750, 523

81, 583

15.2 90,275

1, 667,000

280.8
1, 660, 248

4,720

15

2

4,880

326 1,777,225

80,115

16.7 91,548

1,694,000

309.3
1,685, 677

5, 000

5,000
6, 755

317

3,740
6,215

$75,490
197,575
65,500
15,980

3,373, 232

21

1
9

320.8
1,686,199

2

332 1,774,115

21
61
22
6

3,375,000

222,250
10, 750

2,930
22,668

4,664

$73,740
193,575
64,700
15,580

3,387,656

21

1
9

2

21
61
22
6

Personal services ...........................

11,400

2,930
22, 428

$72,865
191,175
63,980
15,340

1,000

1

1
9

21
61
22
6

1,698,432

11,200

109,075
20, 275
4,575
62,625
32,500
101,610
128,455
48, 280
18, 510

N um - T otal
ber salary

1,000

1

22
4
1
15
8
28
40
16
7

N um - T otal
ber salary

1, 700, 000

11,200

106,325
19, 900
4, 450
61,125
31, 875
98, 735
125,815
47,160
17,950

N um - T otal
ber salary

398

1

22
4
1
15
8
28
40
16
7

1952 estim ate

1, 696, 552

$15,000

104, 575
1§\ 400
4,325
60,125
31,375
97,110
123,975
4T\ 760
17, 550

1951 estim ate

All personal services, field..................

$15,000

22
4
1
15
8
28
40
16
7

1950 actual

T otal perm anent, field____________ 332 1,760,324
D educt:
Lapses_____________________ _______ _ 11.2 59,461
Savings due to use of farmer pay scales
for p art of year__.....................................
14,664

1

Salaries and Expenses, United States Attorneys and Marshals,
Department of Justice—
O B L IG A T IO N S B Y O B J E C T S

01 Personal services:
P erm anent positions____
P art-tim e and tem porary positions:
Tem porary em ploym ent________
Tem porary d e puty m arshals (in
lieu of bailiffs)______ ______
R egular pay in excess of 52-week
base___ _______________________
P ay m en t above basic rates________
Total personal services
02 T ravel . . . _
03 Transportation of things
04 C om m unication services
05 R ents and u tility services_____ _____
06 P rinting and reproduction ________
07 O ther contractual services
08 Supplies and m aterials
HQ Jtii<4U.ipxiit5iib—
TT'nnmmD'nf
uy
___ _ _______ ______
13 Refunds, awards, and indem nities___
15 Taxes and assessments_______ ______
T otal obligations............ ....................

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

2,239
23
2,247

2,319
30
2,308

2,300
30
2,292

$9, 606,150

$9,942, 645

$10,024,790

75,969

68,700

68,700

17,356

50,000

50,000

37, 200
113, 526
9, 850, 201
1,402, 697
7,600
214, 727
10, 299
179,108
480,990
70, 617
82,121
197

122,100
10,183,445
1,526,300
20,500
206,200
10,400
188,100
528, 200
55, 200
127,700

40,300
132,600
10,316, 390
1,552,300
11, 500
214,700
11,000
188,100
528,200
68,000
137,900

955
12,847,000

1,910
13,030,000

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - Total
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

12,298, 557

13, 500

All personal services, departm ental -

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iyoi estim aie

Field—C ontinued
General schedule grades—C ontinued
Grade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355_____
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732______

1

N et perm anent, departm ental (av-erage n u m ber n e t salary)________ 292.1
1, 674, 021
P art-tim e and tem porary positions: T em ­
porary em ploym ent__________________
6, 825
R egular p ay in excess of 52-week base____
6, 877
P a y m e n t above basic rates: Overtime
and holiday p a y _______ ______ _____ _
3, 381

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
A tto rn ey_______________ _
Econom ist____ _______ _ _ . . .
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
A tto rn ey______________
Econom ist____ _______ _ _
Transportation rate analyst _____
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
A tto rn ey________________________
Econom ist____________________
T ransportation rate an aly st_______
Grade 12. R ange $6,400 to $7,400:
A tto rn ey ______________________
Economist-- ________
T ransportation rate a n aly st____
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
A ttorney________ . . . __ ...............
Econom ist____________________
T ransportation rate exam iner_____
Grade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
T ransportation rate exam iner_____
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A ttorney. _ ____________________ _
Econom ist__ _ ______ ____ _____
T ransportation rate exam iner_____
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575______
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______

Of p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s — c o n tin u e d

1951 estim ate

T o tal obligations__________ ______

D epartm ental:
Positions a t rates in excess of $14,000:
A ssistant A ttorney General_________
General schedule grades:
G rade 16. Range $11,200 to $12,000:
F irst a ssistan t.. _ _______________
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
A tto rn ey ________________________

d e t a il

co n tin u e d

1950 actual

Personal services:
P erm anent positions________ _____
P art-tim e and tem porary positions. _
R egular p ay in excess of 52-week
base______________ _______ _
P ay m en t above basic rates
__

U i liX A ilj

D E T A IL OF P E R S O N A L

286

1. 691.104

SER V IC E S

1950 actual

5.000

5,000
6,552

3,000

3,000

7.67*. onn

1. 674.800

12
1

127, 500
10, 750

12
1

127, 500
10,750

12
1

130, 500
11,000

19
2
1

170,000
19,400
8,800

19
2
1

170,400
19,400
8,800

19
2
1

172, 600
19,600
9,000

35
2
2

273, 200
15, 600
15,800

35
2
2

274, 400
15, 800
16,000

35
2
2

279,000
16,000
16,200

32
3
4

214, 400
20, 600
25, 600

32
3
4

215, 800
20,800
25,800

32
3
3

219,800
21,000
19,800

27
2
5

149,800
12, 200
27,000

27
2
5

150,400
12,400
27, 400

27
2
3

152, 600
12, 600
16, 800

1

5,000

1

5,125

42
1
2
2
18
7

196, 325
4, 725
9, 200
8, 525
71,600
26, 275

42
1
2
2
18
7

198, 200
4,850
9,325
8, 650
72,850
27,150

42
1

204,400
4,975

2
18
7

8,900
75,000
28,025

N um - T otal
Field:
ber salary
General schedule grades:
G rade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
16 $167, 500
A tto rn ey ________________ _____ _
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
A ttorney_________________ _______
30 271,800
M arshal_________________________
8 71,800
A ssistant a tto rn e y .______ __ _
6 56,000
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
A ttorney .
38 296,000
28 218,200
M arshal. __ __________ _________
A ssistant attorney
21 167,200
A dm inistrative a ssistant__________
1
8,200
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
9 60,800
A tto rn ey ________________________
M arshal_________ __________ ___
56 371,600
A ssistant attorney
71 480,600
1
7,200
A dm inistrative assistant______
Chief deputy m a rs h a l__________ _
2 13,000
G rade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
155
A ssistant attorney
900,670
2 11,200
A dm inistrative a s s i s t a n t ...______
7 42,400
Chief d e puty m arshal ___
1
6,400
Office depu ty m arshal
Grade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
M arshal______ ____________ ____
1
5,125
A dm inistrative assistan t..
._ . .
1
5,625
19 105,000
Chief deputy m arshal____________
Office deputy m arshal
1
5,125
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A ssistant attorney
_
____ 129 631,400
5 26,000
A dm inistrative assistan t..
__ _
20 104,375
Chief deputy m a r s h a l __
___
3 14,300
Office d e puty m arshal...... ..................

16 $170, 750

16 $171,350

30 276,400
8 72,800
6 56,400

30 277,200
8 73,000
6 56,800

38 303,200
28 223,200
21 168,200
1
8,200

39 311,200
28 223,400
21 171,400
1
8,400

9 62,200
56 380,600
71 482,800
1
7,200
2 13,200

9 62,600
56 381,400
71 493,400
1
7,400
2 13,400

174
1, 008, 270
2 11,200
7 42,600
1
6,400

163
2
7
1

974,870
11,600
43,200
6,400

1
5,250
1
5,625
19 106,500
1
5,250

2 10,375
1
5,750
19 107,375
1
5,250

130 643,875
5 26, 500
20 105,125
3 14,425

130 657,000
5 26,750
20 105,875
3 14,800

1952

280

APPE N D IX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1952

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION— Continued

d e t a il

Salaries and Expenses, United States Attorneys and Marshals,
Department of Justice— Continued
d e t a il

of

perso nal

Field—Continued
General schedule grades—C ontinued
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______
Grade 5. R ange $3,100 to $3,850______
G rade 4. R ange $2,875 to $3,355______
G rade 2. Range
Grade 1. Range
Crafts, protective,
G rade 6. Range
G rade 3. Range

$2,450 to $2,930______
$2,200 to $2,680______
and custodial grades:
$2,900 to $3,380______
$2,252 to $2,732............

s e r v ic e s—

c o n tin u e d

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estimate

N u m - Total
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

31 $146,847
102 430,272
145 578,021
767
2,767,372
332
1,049, 696
178 515,388
36 95,238
3
7,460

31 $148,222
103 440,347
154 616,321
799
2,933,447
347
1,105,141
179 525,158
37 98,808
3
7,620

31 $149,847
103 449,472
154 627,571
780
2,919,297
355
1,146, 781
180 536,608
37 100,648
3
7,700

1
4
9

T otal perm anent, field........... . _ ....... 2,239

3,380
10,288
20,270

9, 671,752

D educt:

3,380
10,448
22,810

A dd term in al leave in excess of lapses----N et perm anent, field (average num P art-tim e and tem porary positions:
T em porary em ploym ent--------------------T em porary d e p u ty marshals (in lieu of
bailiffs)___________________________
P art-tim e em ploym ent_____ __________
W . A. E. em ploym ent----------- ---------R egular pay in excess of 52-week b a se .. .
P a y m e n t above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p a y -----------------Living quarters and allowance----------A dditional p ay for services abroad
(Alaska, H aw aii, etc.)--------------------Personal services...................................

1
4
10

3,380
10,688
23,510

2,319
2,300
10,117,872
10,195,697
40.6

Savings due to use of former pay

01

1
4
10

37.3
175, 227

95, 682
7.7 30, 080

170,907

2, 278.4
2, 262. 7
2, 246.7
9, 606,150
9, 942, 645
10,024, 790
41, 553

42,000

42,000

17,356
18,761
15,655
37, 200

50,000
10, 900
15, 800

50,000
10, 900
15, 800
40,300

3,087
-4 ,1 3 7

3,100
- 4 , 500

3,100
- 4 , 500

114, 576

123, 500

134,000

9,850, 201

10,183,445

10,316,390

of

perso nal

D epartm ental—C ontinued
General schedule grades—C ontinued
Grade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______
Grade 4. Range $2 875 to $3 355
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130_____
G rade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930 _____
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732______
T otal perm anent, d ep artm en tal___
D educt:
Lapses
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of y ear_____________________

se r v ic e s —

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - Total
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber
salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

1
7
9
3

$3.100
21,645
25,290
7,670

All personal services, fie ld ..^ ______

Salaries and Expenses, Claims of Persons of Japanese Ancestry,
Department of Justice—

Personal services

$3,850
12,940
17,580
7,710

2,252

1

2,252

1

2,252

30

112,782

23

92,157

9.7 36,107

3.2 12,032

1.5

6,827

520

75,415

01

1
4
6
3

111, 607

All personal services, departm ental.

N et perm anent, field (average n u m ­
ber net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base

$6,950
18.690
25,530
7,710

1

20.3 74,980
290

T otal perm anent field
D educt:
Lapses
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of year

2
6
9
3

30

N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week b a se ... _
P aym ent above basic rates: O vertim e
and holiday p a y _______________ _ __

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
A ttorney
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A tto rn e y ______________ ___ ____
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
A tto rn e y . ______________ _______
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A tto rn ey________________________
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575______
Grade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______

c o n tin u e d

26. 8 100,750

21.5 85,330
310

100, 750

85, 640

145

5

1

8,000

1

8,000

32,600

6

39,200

6

39,200

1

5,400

2

10,800

2

10,800

3
4
5
5
4

14,675
15,300
17,250
15,415
11,080

4
4
5
5
4

19,400
15,300
17,250
15,735
11,320

4
4
5
5
4

19,400
15,300
17,250
15,735
11,320

27

111, 720

31

11

45,562

137,005

31

137,005

5.3 23,355

1

3,375

25.7 113,650

30

133,630
530

418
16

65,740
260
66,000

113, 650

134,160

141,415

214,400

219,800

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Salaries and Expenses, Federal Bureau of Investigation-

O B L IG A T IO N S B Y O B J E C T S

HPTm ATTA\T Cl p v rvTJTT^nrrCS
Object classification

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

61
52

54
51

Object classification
T otal n u m b er of p erm anent positions----Average n u m b er of all employees______
01 Personal services:
P erm an en t positions_____ ______ _
R egular p ay in excess of 52-week
b a se .. ___________ ____ _______
P a y m e n t above basic rates __
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
13
15

57
36

$214, 400

$140,720

$218,980

550
145

820

T o tal personal services_______ _
T rav el____________ ___ ___________
T ran sp o rtatio n of things____________
C om m unication serv ice s __ _
__ __
R ents and u tility services__ ________
P rin tin g and re p ro d u c tio n _________
O ther contractual services-_ ______
Supplies and m aterials______________
E q u i p m e n t_________ ____ --- --R efunds, awards, an d indem nities---Taxes and assessments____________...

141,415
7,110
859
737
2,118
836
7, 649
3,806
18,604
14, 593

214,400
3, 500
500
2,000
6,000
5,000
3, 500
3,000
1,500
450,000
600

219,800
7,500
500
2, 000
6,000
5,000
3, 500
3,000
1,500
500,000
1,200

T o tal oblig atio n s..................................

197,727

690,000

750,000

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1950 actual
N um - T otal
D epartm ental:
ber salary
General schedule grades:
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
2 $16,200
A ttorney
__- ______________
G rade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
2
13,200
A tto rn ey -------------------------------------------------------------Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
1
5,400
A tto rn ey ------------------------------------------------------------Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
2
9,200
A ttorney
2
7,650
Grade 7. R ange $3,825 to $4,575........ ..

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1952 estim ate

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

10,291
3
10,039

Personal service obligations:
Perm anent positions_________________
Part-tim e and tem porary positions. . . .
R egular pay in excess of 52-week base.-_
P aym ent above basic ra te s___________

13,182

12,568
12.158

$44,048,150
11,330
173, &2
314, 284

$53,104, 254
15,000
ono aoa
z y o , UoU

$54,059,054
15,000
208.084
296, 872

44, 547. 416

53,417,334

54, 579,010

01 Personal services
02 T ravel__ ______________________
03 Transportation of things____________
04 C om m unication services__________ .
05 R ents and u tility services
06 P rinting and reproduction__________
07 O ther contractual services_______ _.
08 Supplies and m aterials_____ _______
09 E q u ip m en t_______________ _______
Reserve for emergencies______ ________

44,056, 727
2, 952,405
338,119
972,634
668, 580
146,376
1,022, 356
1,243,904
1,234,818

52, 462,112
3, 706,699
413,055
1,244, 951
714,325
142, 412
1,129, 447
1,499, 432
1, 987, 567
ioo; 000

54,057,300
3,914,699
433,973
1,342,210

Total direct obligations_____ _____

52,635,919

63,400,000

63, 867,000

490,689
49, 423
20,347
4, 839

955, 222
90, 446
39, 970
9,504

521, 710
49, 677
21, 953
5,220

T otal personal service obligations
Direct Obligations

QQ Q/l A
o4o

110,546
1,212, 717
1, 417,167
1,188, 542
100,000

Reimbursable Obligations
01
02
04
08

Personal services___ ___ _________
T rav el________ ____ ___ _______ ____
C om m unication services—. ________
Supplies and m aterials_____________

2

$16,200

2

13,200

2

13,200

1

5,400

1

5,400

T otal reim bursable obligations

9,200
3,825

Total obligations_________________

2
1

1952 estim ate

12,063

$16,200

9,200
7,650

1951 estim ate

Summary of Personal Services
T otal num ber of perm anent p o s itio n s__
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of all e m p lo y e e s .___

2

2
2

1950 actual

565, 298

1,095,142

598, 560

53,201,217

64,495,142

64,465, 560

1952

281

D E P A R T M E N T OF JU ST IC E
D E T A IL OF P E R S O N A L

D ep artm en tal:
P ositions at rates in excess of $14,000:
D irector
__
.
_____ _____
G eneral schedule grades:
G rade 16. Range $11,200 to $12,000:
A ssistant to the director.
. ___
G rade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
A ssistant director . _ _ _ - _
G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
Inspector _ ____ ___ ____ ______
Senior adm inistrative officer______
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
Senior adm inistrative officer__ ____
Technical specialist _ . __________
G rade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A dm inistrative officer____________
Technical specialist _ _ _________
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
A dm inistrative officer__ __________
Technical specialist _ _ __ ______
G rade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
Junior adm inistrative officer _____
T ran sla to r.__ _ _ _ ____ _ ______
G rade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:

d e t a il of p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s —

SER V IC E S

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - Total
ber
salary

N um - Total
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

1 $16,000

1
6

10,750
64,500

1 $20,000

1 $20,000

1

11,200

1

11,200

7

74,500

7

76,000

16 142,418
10 91,698

16 146,600
10 91,600

16 148,200
10 92,600

107 844,125
7 53,618

112 873,200
8 61,600

112 883,200
8 62,600

129

166
1,131,920
44 301,080

153

860,171
41 277,496

1,048, 298
44 302,080

12
3

66,771
16,350

16
4

88,682
22,106

16
4

89,782
22,406

5
2

28,205
10,435

4
2

21,875
10,500

4
2

21,325
10,250

22 110,182
20 101,200
21 106,600
12 54,575
12 53,975
11 48,858
72 303,196
76 326,675
75 328,443
139 543,252
165 657,631
165 649,755
419
337
1,141, 731
1, 422, 850
1,302,104
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______ 1,287
1, 744
1,486
3, 926,314
5, 245,140
4, 527,381
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130. .......... 1,151
1,693
1,388
3,198, 508
4, 632,678
3,820, 722
403
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______ 496
389
1,004, 994
1, 235, 880
973,226
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
3,325
G rade 7. Range $3,125 to $3,725______
1
3,425
1
3,525
G rade 6. Range $2,900 to $3,380____ _
2
6,366
2
6,200
2
5,960
G rade 5. Range $2,674 to $3,154______
1
2,674
2
5,588
2
5,748
8 22,577
Grade 4. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
9 25,212
9 25,612
G rade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732._____
9 23,544
8 21,456
8 21,776
U ngraded positions at annual rates:
R ates of $4,600 and above:
Associate director-----------------------1 14,000
1 14,000
1 14,000
Positions a t hourly rates:
27
71,682
R ates equivalent to less th a n $4,600...
25 69,086
25 68,053
G rade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
G rade 7 Range $3 825 to $4 575
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______

Field—Continued
Crafts, protective,
Grade 7. Range
Grade 6. Range
Grade 5. Range
Grade 4. Range
G rade 3. Range

98.3
445,188

Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p art of year_____________________

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N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

and custodial grades:
$3,125 to $3,725______
$2,900 to $3,380______
$2,674 to $3,154______
$2,450 to $2.930______
$2,252 to $2,732______

1
1
6
1

$3,140
2,834
16,134
2,652

1
1
6
1

$3,220
2,834
15,980
2,732

1
1
1
5
2

$3,125
2,980
2,914
13,370
4,504

N e t perm anent, field (average nu m ­
7,498.1
ber, net salary)__ ______________ 6,230.3
7,945. 6
31,542,865
37,987,830
39, 915,192
P art-tim e and tem porary positions: T em ­
15,000
porary em ploym ent
11,330
15, 000
124,258
R egular pay in excess of 52-week base
152,860
P aym ent above basic rates:
46, 775
50,300
O vertim e and holday p a y . __ _______
50,840
83,515
N ight-w ork differential
78,458
81,252
90,040
87,285
A dditional pay for service abroad...........
87, 681

01

All personal services, field____ ____

31, 893, 726

38,223,930

40,302,825

Personal services

44, 547,416

53,417,334

54, 579,010

44,056,727
490,689

52,462,112
955,222

54,057,300
521,710

44, 547,416

53,417,334

54, 579,010

_______ _ ____

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
D irect obligations__________ ________
R eim bursable obligations __
_____
T otal of foregoing schedule

im m ig r a t io n

and

n a t u r a l iz a t io n

s e r v ic e

Salaries and Expenses, Immigration and Naturalization Service—
o b l ig a t io n s

Object classification

bt

o b jec ts

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estimate

Sum m ary of Personal Services

558, 835

T otal num ber of perm anent positions___
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of all employees_______

6, 717
88
6,605

6,600
75
6,497

7,227
344
7,244

4, 560.9
4,208.4
15,116, 424
14,143, 862
55, 224

Personal service obligations:
_____
P erm anent positions. ___
Part-tim e and tem porary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week b a se ...
P aym ent above basic ra te s___________
P aym ents to other agencies for reim ­
bursable details_______
_________

$25, 094,305
235, 504
98, 967
2,088,399

$25, 525,000
200, 000

$27, 676,400
894, 600
109, 000
2, 249, 500

410.1
1,321, 273

128.6

184,153

N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, n et salary)_______ 3,805. 7
12, 505, 285
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
49,394
P ay m en t above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p ay____________
31, 779
N ight-w ork differential_______________
67, 232
All personal services, d epartm ental.
12,653,690
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
In s p e c to r_______________________
2 21,448
Special agent in charge___________
4 43,052
G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
3 27,200
Inspector. __ ____________________
Special agent in charge___________
46 422,060
A ssistant special agent in charge___
2 18,200
Special ag en t____________________
3 27,252
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
4 32,923
Special agent in charge__ _________
A ssistant special agent in charge___
49 378,868
Special agent___________ _________
819,005
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
4 27,659
A ssistant special agent in charge___
Special ag en t------------------------------- 2,042
13,866,410
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
997
Special ag en t____________________
5,464,069
Grade 10. R ange $5,000 to $5,750:
Special ag en t____________________
636
3, 217,504
G rade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
Special ag en t____________________
2
9,450
Special em ployee_________________
43 215,181
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950.......... .
7 30,510
341
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575______
1, 398,109
34 127,247
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200---------231 778,897
Grade 4. R ange $2,875 to $3,355______ 829
2, 584,109
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130............ 694
1,955,048
G rade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930.......... - 168 417,696

1950 actual

T otal perm anent, field____________ 6,387
8,211
8,231
32,906,657
41,486,186
41,690,882
D educt:
Lapses _ ___________________________
156.7
712.9
285.4
1,092,973
3,498,356
1,775, 690
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of year_____________________
270,819

Total perm anent, dep artm en tal___ 3,904
4,971
4, 337
13,134,626
14,702,697
16,437,697
D educt:
Lapses___ ___ _____ _________________

c o n tin u e d

4, 948
72,032
15,193,404

2
4

20,750
42,250

4,649
72,450
14, 276,185

2
4

24, 000

24,000

T otal personal service obligations—.
D educt charges for quarters and subQl^tPTlPP

27, 560, 536

27,881, 500

30,953, 500

19, 473

19, 000

19, 000

N et personal service obligations___

27, 541,063

27,862, 500

30,934, 500

26, 653, 856
1,091, 826
120, 904
241, 939
476,115
122,121
511,198

27,087,900
1,107, 000
77.100
250, 700
507, 800
90, 000
646,900

30,159,900
2,065,200
97.100
272, 400
247.300
111, 200
1,366,900

106, 469
942, 273
847, 069
13, 997
13,172

115,300
935, 200
427, 200
13.100
5,300
20,000

375.300
1,308, 600
652,400
13.100
10, 600
20,000

31,140, 939

31,283, 500

36, 700,000

Personal services___ ______________
T ravel_____ . . .
_______ _____ _
Com m unication services __________
R ents and u tility services___
___
O ther contractual services__________
Services performed b y other agen­
cies________ _________________
08 Supplies and m aterials________ _____

887,207
76,109
6,200
23, 700
351,255

774, 600
76,000
6,100
22, 600
297,600

774, 600
76,000
6,100
22, 600
297, 600

96, 943
60, 450

96, 600
57, 500

96, 600
57, 500

T otal reim bursable obligations____

1, 501, 864

1,331,000

1, 331, 000

32,642, 803

32, 614, 500

38,031,000

21,000
42,250

3 27,400
46 422,950
5 45,400
2 18,400

3 27,600
46 424,350
5 45,800
2 18,400

4 31,864
46 363,200
437
3,380,832

4 31,664
48 381,600
476
3, 719,207

4 26,600
2 13,200
1, 674
1, 639
11,664,432
11,395, 729

jDirect Obligations
01
02
03
04
05
06
07

5,883,978

T otal direct obligations-----------------

5, 565,468

2,175
2,119
11,054,732
10,691, 280
2
9,700
2
9,825
40 204,750
38 198,500
17 77,100
19 86,750
345
350
1,475,745
1, 474,007
34 133,165
35 134,740
207 712,481
218 763,523
1,060
1,040
3,266,780
3,206,885
Q7Q
958
2,660,366
2, 732,116
120 302,160
128 316,480

Personal services_________________ .
Travel
T ransportation of things_____ ______
Com m unication services__________ _
R ents and u tility services___________
P rinting and reproduction_______ __
O ther contractual services__ ________
Services performed b y other agen-

08 Supplies and m aterials__________ ___
09 E q uipm ent __ __ _____ . __
13 Refunds, awards, and indem nities___
1 T qyOC QTtrl QCCPQQTY)PTl'f’C!
U nvouchered. ________________________

1,012

1,067

2,132, 500

43, 361

Reimbursable Obligations
01
02
04
05
07

T otal obligations

1952

282

A PPE N D IX TO TH E BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1952
d e t a il

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE—
Continued

OF p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s — c o n tin u e d

Salaries and Expenses, Immigration and Naturalization Service—
Continued
D educt:
L apses_____ ________________________
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of y ear_____________________

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
IQfift ant.nal

D epartm ental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,000:
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $11,200 to $12,000:
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $1,000:
A ssistant com m issioner.....................
G rade 14. RangQ $8,800 to $9,800:
Assistfvnt- nnmmissinnpr
Chief of section____________ _____ _
Chief exam iner___________________
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
A ttorney ad v iser_________________
Operations adviser_______________

Chief of alien re g is tra tio n ........ .........
Chief inspector, im m igration______
A ssistant to adm inistrator of foreign

Chief inspector, border patrol_____
G rade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A t t o r n e y - . ________ ____________
Placem ent an d training o ffic e r.___
A dm inistrative an aly st. __________
Senior investigator _____________
A djudications examiner
_ _ __
A ttorney advisers_____________ __
A cco u n tan ts._____________ _____
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
Cost acco u n tan t_________________
Chief of section
_ _ _ __ __
A ssistant chief of section__________
U n it supervisor__ _______________
A ttorney advisers _______ _______
A djudications examiner _________
Parole exam iner____________ _____
Procedure a n aly st_______ ________
B udget an aly st__________________
Research analyst
_______
A dm inistrative an aly st-___________
Chief deportation officer__________
D eportation officer______ _________
Chief detention officer______ _____
Classification and em ploym ent serv­
ice officer______________________
A tto rn e y_______________________
Investigator_____________________
G rade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
A ssistant chief of section__________
In v estig ato r_____________________
T raining officer__________________
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A ssistant chief of section___ ______
U n it supervisor___ ______________
A djudications exam iner___________
Legal exam iner__ ___ ____________
Classification an aly st_____________
B udget a n aly st__________________
R esearch an aly st_________________
Fiscal exam iner________________ .
E d ito r__________________________
Engineering a s s is ta n t-__________
Records retirem ent officer__ _____
A dm inistrative assistant__________
Liaison officer........................... .............
Statistician______________________
R adio engineer______ ______ ______
P lacem ent a ssistan t______________
G rade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
G rade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575........ .
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $ 4 ,200.____
Grade 5. R ange $3,100 to $3,850_____
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 6. Range $2,900 to $3,380______
G rade 4. Range $2,450 to $2,930 _____
G rade 3. Range $2,252 to $ 2 ,7 3 2 .____
G rade 2. Range $2,120 to $2,540____ _
W age board:
Positions a t (hourly, daily, etc.) rates.
T o tal perm anent, d e p artm en tal-----

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ber

T otal
salary

N e t perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, n e t salary)_______
ber

salary

1 $15,000

1 $15,000

1 $15,000

1

11,200

1

11,200

1

11,200

3
1

31.750
10.750

3
1

30,675
10,750

3
1

30,900
10,750

P art-tim e and tem porary positions: T em ­
porary e m p lo y m e n t___. ____________
R egular pay in excess of 42-week base____
P aym ent above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p a y ____________
N ight-w ork d iffe re n tia l_________ __
P a y m e n t to other agencies for reim burs­
able details__________________________

1

8,800

1

1

8,800

All personal services, departm ental.

2
1

17,800
8,800

2
1

8,800
9 000
17,931
8,800

2
1

18,000
8,800

5
5

39, 600
41,400

11
5
4

83,600
39,923
31, 200

1

7, 600

1

7,738

1

7,600

1

7,738

12
5
4
1
1
1
1

91, 200
40,400
31, 200
7,600
7,800
7,600
7,800

1
1
3
1
1

8, 200
8,400
23,400
7,600
8,400

1
1
3
1
1

8,308
8,400
23,400
7,715
7,600

1
1
5
1
1

8, 400
8,400
38, 600
7,800
7,600

3
8
4
1
1
4
5

21,400
55,000
26,200
6,400
7,200
25.800
33.800

5
5
4
1
3
4

34,000
34, 954
26,300
6,415
20,192
25,985

11
2

70.800
12.800

5
5
4
1
3
6
2
11
2

34,000
35.400
26.400
6,600
20,200
39,200
12,800
70.800
12.800

1
1

5,400
5,400

1
1

5.400
5.400

1
1
1

6,200
6,200
6,200

41 236,800

~24” 137,277’ ’ 24’ ’ l39,’400
2 11,800
14 76,600
r
5.400
2 10,800
1
1
5,400
5.400
4 22,400
4 22,400
1
1
5,792
5,800
1
1
6,200
6,200
1
5.400
1
1
6,400
6.400

2
1
1

11,600
5,600
6,200

1

6,400

1

5,400

1
2
2

5,415
11,400
10,800

1
2
2

5,600
11,400
10,800

1

5,250

1

5,125

1
4
2

5,351
20,000
10,197

1
4
2

5,375
20,000
10,322

1
5
3
4
1

5,350
23,375
15,050
20,650
4,672

1
5
4
4
2

5,350
23,375
19, 710
20, 650
9,457

1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
28
12
55
98
211
142

5,302
4,600
5,345
5,163
5,350
9, 565
5,292
4,600
13, 821
111, 917
46,313
187, 663
297,929
583,151
367,956

1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
28
16
56
122
230
143

5,422
4,600
5,470
5,288
5,350
9,790
5,350
9,260
14,090
113,951
61,169
193,440
374,750
647, 593
379, 618

1
5.350
1
5.350
28 141,175
1
1
2
1
1

4,600
5,350
9, 950
5,225
5, 225

1
1
1
2
1
1
4
15
12
42
114
215
256

5, 225
5,100
5,350
9,450
5, 225
4,600
18, 675
60, 875
46,400
151,325
351,350
592, 630
647,040

1
1
23
9
2

2,980
2,530
55,316
20,130
6,365

845
2,914,866

1
2
23
12

9

3,048
5,008
55, 771
26, 794
23,859

742
2,676,000

1
2
23
13
9

3,128
5,088
56, 571
29, 514
23, 859

820
3,024,990

Field:
G eneral schedule grades:
G rade 15. R ange $10,000 to $11,000:
D istrict d irector__________________
G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
D istrict director_______ ________
D istrict adm inistrative officer_____
D istrict enforcement officer_______
Associate d istrict d ir e c to r .._______
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
D istrict director_____
____ ____
D istrict adjudications officer______
D istrict enforcement officer______
Assistant district enforcement officer.
D istrict adm inistrative officer_____
Grade 12. R ange $6,400 to $7,400:
D istrict adjudications officer______
D istrict counsel . _______________
D istrict adm inistrative o ffic e r____
Assistant district enforcement officer.
Offieers in C h a r g e __ ___ ______ .
Chief of s e c tio n ____ ___________
G rade 11. R ange $5,400 to $6,400:
D istrict adjudications officer _____
A ssistant adjudications officer_____
D istrict adm inistrative officer...........
Officer in charge________ ________
Exam ining officers______ _________
Parole officers _________________
A ssistant officer in charge
Chief of section
________________
A ssistant chief of section. _______
U nit supervisor
.
_ _ _
N aturalization exam iner
D istrict enforcement officer.
A ircraft pilot
Patrol inspector.
_
_ .
H earing officer
_
_ _ _ _
Grade 10. R ange $5,000 to $5,750:
.Officer in charge .
. . .
____
A ssistant officer in charge
__ _
Chief of section_____________ _____
A ssistant chief of section
U n it supervisor
In v e stig a to r.. _
_____
...
Patrol inspector__________ _______
G rade 9. R ange $4,600 to $5,350:
D istrict adm inistrative o ffic e r____
Officer in charge
.
____
A ssistant officer in charge
____
Chief of section
_ ____
A ssistant chief of section__________
D etention and deportation officer...
Passport officer
B. S. I. chairm an_______________ _
Personnel assistant
In stru c to r______________ _______
A ttorney _
_ _
U n it supervisor
.
_ ____ _
N aturalization examiner
Hearing examiner, review . . . . _ _ .
D eportation exam iner
_ .
Investigator______________________
Airplane pilot _ _ _ _ _
_ _ .
Patrol inspector_________ _______
D istrict adjudications officer
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $ 4 ,9 5 0 .____
G rade 7. R ange $3,825 to $4,575
Grade

6.

Range $3,450 to $4,200_____

Grade 5. R ange $3,100 to $3,850______
Grade 4. R ange $2,875 to $3,355Grade 3. R ange $2,650 to $3,130.

_. .

Grade 2. R ange $2,450 to $2,930______
G rade 1. Range $2,200 to $2,680______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 10. Range $4,150 to $4,900_____
Grade 9. Range $3,775 to $4,525______

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N u m ­ T otal
ber salary

N u m ­ T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

33 $79, 554

22 $76, 000

40 $148,190

812
2, 780, 696

720
2,600, 000

780
2, 876, 800

92. 841
10, 549

80. 000

734. 600
11, 200

6,919
507

7,000
500

111, 000
500

54,616

43,361

24,000

24, 000

2.934.873

2. 711. 500

3.758.100

6

63,750

6

63,981

6

65,000

8
1
4
1

77,400
9.200
36.200
9.200

8
1
4
1

77,400
9,354
36,315
9,215

8
1
4
1

77,400
9,454
36, 515
9.400

2
2
11
1

16,800
17.200
90,600
7,600

2
2
11
1
1

17,088
17,415
91,008
7,677
8,400

2
2
11
1
1

17,254
17,662
92,100
7,800
8.400

11
1
2
1
11
14

76.200
6,600
13.200
7,200
77,000
96,800

11
1
2
1
11
14

76,985
6, 777
13,369
7,200
78,085
97,655

11
1
2
1
11
14

77,662
6,877
13,469
7,200
78, 860
98,931

2
12
9
31
23
14
9
28
7
4
2
1
7
13
110

12,677
73.600
54,950
193,900
124,200
75.600
54, 750
175, 500
42, 925
24, 350
12, 600
6, 000
40, 200
82, 200
594, 000

2 12,000
12 73,200
10 58,800
31 192,000

2 12,254
12 73,238
9 54,200
31 193,000

9 53.800
28 172, 000
7 42.800
4 23.800
2 12, 400
1
6. 000
7 39, 400
13 82, 000

9 54,300
28 173, 600
7 42, 829
4 24, 000
2 12, 431
1
6, 000
7 39, 644
13 82, 031
85 459, 000

54 303, 750
11 61,125
2 11, 000
2 10,625
2 10, 500
58 311, 875
6 33, 625

54 305, 500
11 61, 870
2 11, 000
2 10, 700
2 10, 500
58 314, 450
6 33, 731

54 307,100
11 62,475
2 11, 000
2 10, 875
2 10, 600
58 319, 450
6 33, 750

2
9,325
2
9,400
2
9,500
29 148, 900
29 150,100
29 151,300
3 15,300
3 15, 400
3 15, 700
4 20, 775
4 20, 900
4 21, 000
5 23,375
5 23, 725
5 24,175
9 45, 650
9 46, 000
9 46, 550
1
1
1
4, 600
4, 600
4, 600
32 149, 625
27 126,325
27 126,325
1
1
1
5,100
5,340
5,215
2 10,200
2 10,354
2 10, 604
2 10.450
2 10, 700
2 10, 662
2 10.450
2 10, 600
2 10, 675
135 698,000
146 762,300
126 665.000
35 174,125
35 120.000
35 122,200
137 715,800
319
359
494
1. 572. 400
1.840. 600
2.478.000
1
1
1
4,725
4,922
4,797
17 86,075
17 87,469
17 88,397
1
1
1
4,975
4,975
4, 975
286
286
291
1.336. 700
1. 347 . 400
1 . 376 . 200
1.809
1.809 '
1, 856
7. 917. 550
7. 980. 000
8, 232, 675
277
232
227 ‘
821,025
834,300
1,084,710
111 412.000
111 400, 225
111 406,000
783
783
851
2. 479. 685
2.501.376
2. 728. 200
785
785
837
2.275. 530
2. 296. 800
2. 449. 800
196 528, 741
196 511,800
196 517, 000
17 39,300
17 38,300
17 38,040
10
11

47,250
47, 525

10
11

47, 700
48,200

10
11

48,300
48,800

1952

D EPARTM ENT

d eta il

of

personal

se r y ic e s —

c o n tin u e d

1950 actual

283

O F JU S T IC E

o b l ig a t io n s

by

1951 estimate

1952 estimate

Object classification

N um - Total N um - Total
Field—C ontinued
ber
salary
ber salary
C r a f ts , p r o te c tiv e , a n d c u s to d ia l
grades—C ontinued
22 $8 8 ,0 0 0
22 $87,800
G rade 8 . Range $3,400 to $4,150............
59 211,000
58 204,850
G rade 7. Range $3,125 to $3,725.......... .
295
303
951,900
980,100
G rade 5. Range $2,674 to $3,154______
28 81,672
28 82,300
Grade 4. R ange $2,450 t o $2,930.......... .
92 255,640
92 256,900
45 114,221
46 117,000
G rade 3. R ange $2,252 to $2,732 ______
23 51,770
25 56,500
Grade 2 . R ange $2,120 to $2,540---___

N um - Total
ber salary

a l l o c a t io n to f e d e r a l s e c u r it y

$90,000
59 215,000
408
1,307,300
28 83,700
92 259,600
46 118,000
25 57,800
22

5,858
5,872
6,407
23, 557,200
25,947,375
23,425,383
D educt:
L apses_______ ____ ________________

156
632, 200

287
1,147, 775

426,652

N e t perm anent, field (average n u m ­
ber, n e t salary)__________ ______ 5,705
5,702
22,313,609
22,925,000
Part-tim e and tem porary em ploym ent,
field. . ___________ _______ _________
142,663
1 2 0 ,0 0 0
R egular pay in excess of 52-week base ......
88,418
P a y m e n t above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p ay ........................
221, 500
221,458
253, 500
251,037
N onreim bursable overtime (act of
M arch 2,1931)_____________________
792.000
741,437
R eim bursable overtime (act of M arch
720.000
2,1931)____________________________
719, 931
Foreign pay differential______________
88,834
79, 000
Cash allowance for heat, light, and
quarters (act of Jun e 26, 1930, foreign
59,000
58,276
service)_________________ _____ ____
A ll personal services, field ............ ..
Deduct charges for quarters and subsistence.

24,625,663
19,473

25,170,000
19,000

6 ,1 2 0

24,799,600
160,000
97,800
234, 500
253, 500
792.000
720.000
79.000
59.000
27,195,400
19, 000

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

187
180

197
190

209

$872,399
42,346

$1,026,000
47,800

$1,126, 200
62,600

1,460
9,427

1,200

10,300

2 ,0 0 0
1 0 ,2 0 0

Total personal services__________
T ravel_________________ _____ ____ _
03 T ransportation____________________
04 Com m unication services........................

925,632
9,262
11,170

1,085,300
7,800
10,800

100

100

100

T otal obligations_________________

946,164

1,104,000

1 , 2 2 2 ,0 0 0

AGENCY, PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

Total num ber of perm anent positions
Average n um ber of all employees_______
01 Personal services:
Perm anent positions______________
Part-tim e and tem porary positions.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base__________ ____ ___________
pQ
TTTTiDTift diUUVt
ohmrA UaolL> rotoc
_____
rdj'lilcU
I

12

12

3, 963

12

4,001

4, 012

Personal service obligations:
Perm anent positions_________________
Part-tim e and tem porary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week b a se ...
Paym ent above basic ra te s___________

$15,036,056
87, 236
57,490
466, 734

$15,636,200
93,300
33,200
478,100

$15, 914, 300
108,600
90,900
483, 200

Total personal service obligations.. .
D educt charges for quarters and sub­
sistence___________ ____ ___________

15,647, 516

16, 240,800

16, 597, 000

218, 797

261,000

261,000

N et personal service obligations

15,428, 719

15,979, 800

16, 336, 000

15,361,954
228,418
177,930
59, 768
587, 529
37,769
142,523
4,139,368
423,099
110, 721
14, 257

15,885,800
227.800
177.800
60,100
600,000
40.000
143.000
4,181,000
283.000
15.000
4,500

16, 232, 000
247, 500
198, 400
63,100
601,000
40.000
143.000
5, 003, 000
283, 000
131.000
15.000
9,000

21,283,336

21,730,000

• 22,966,000

25,151,000

27,176,400

Direct Obligations

27, 541,063

27,862, 500

30, 934, 500

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are d istrib u ted as follows:
D irect obligations___________ _______
R eim bursable obligations_____________

26,663, 856
877,207

27,087, 900
774,600

30,159, 900
774,600

T otal of foregoing schedule.............. .

27, 541,063

27,862, 500

30, 934, 500

01 Personal services_____ _____________
0 2 T ravel__ ._ ____________ ________ _
03 T ransportation of things________ __
04 Com m unication services____________
05 R ents and u tility services......................
06 Prin tin g and reproduction__________
07 O ther contractual services__________
08 Supplies and m aterials.................. .........
09 E q u ip m en t____________________ . . .
11 Grants, subsidies, and contributions..
13 Refunds, awards, and indem nities___
15 Taxes and assessments............... ............

SY ST E M

S a la rie s a n d E x p e n s e s , B u re a u o f P ris o n s , D e p a r tm e n t o f J u s tic e —

\
1950 actual

Total direct obligations......................

4,112

4,135

1 1 2 .0 0 0

4,147

Reimbursable Obligations

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Object classification

9, 500
11,400

Total n u m b er of perm anent positions___
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average nu m ber of all employees_______

24,606,190

P R IS O N

1 , 201 , 000

SUMMARY

N e t personal services, field________

FE D E R A L

201

Sum m ary of Personal Services

Personal services..................................

01

c o n tin u e d

1950 actual

02

167
685,122

Savings due to use of former p a y scales
for p a rt of y e a r___________ _________

o bjects—

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

BU R E A U OF PRISONS

Total reimbursable obligations....................

686,103

700,000

700,000

T otal obligations_________________

21,969,439

22,430,000

23,666, 000

1951 estim ate

1952 estimate

N um - Total
ber salary

N um - T o ta
ber salary

d e t a il

of

personal

se r v ic e s

Sum m ary of Personal Services
T otal n um b er of perm anent positions____
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num b er of all employees................
Personal service obligations:
P erm an ent positions_____ ______ _____
P art-tim e and tem porary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week b a se ...
P ay m en t above basic rates. ......................

3,925

3,938

3,938

12

12

12

3, 783

3,811

3,811

$14,163, 657
44, 890
56,030
457,307

$14,610,200
45,500
32,000
467,800

$14,779,100
46,000
88,900
473,000

T otal personal service obligations..
D ed uct charges for quarters and sub­
sistence________________ _________

14, 721,884
218, 797

261, 000

261,000

N et personal service obligations...

14, 503,087

14,894, 500

15,126,000

15,155,500

15,387,000

Direct Obligations
01 Personal services_________________ _
T rav el____________________________
03 T ransportation of things____________
04 Com m unication services______ ____ _
05 R ents and u tility services___________
06 P rinting and reproduction __________
07 O ther contractual services__________
08 Supplies and m aterials______________
09 E q u ip m en t_________ ______________
11 G rants, subsidies, and contributions..
13 Refunds, awards, an d indem nities___
15 Taxes and assessments_____ ________
02

T otal direct obligations.......................

14,436,322
219,156
166, 760
59,6 6 8
587, 529
37, 769
142,523
4,139,368
423,099
110,721
14,257
20,337,172

14,800, 500
2 2 0 ,0 0 0

167.000
60,000
600.000
40.000
143.000
4,181,000
283.000
1 1 2 .0 0 0

15.000
4, 500
20 , 626,000

15,031,000
238.000
187, 000
63.000
601.000
40.000
143.000
5,003, 000
283, 000
131.000
15.000
9,000
21,744,000

Reimbursable Obligations
T otal reim bursable obligations__________

686,103

700,000

700,000

T otal obligations...................................

21,023,275

21,326,000

22,444,000

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B U RE AU OF PRISONS

D epartm ental:
N um - T otal
ber salary
General schedule grades:
Grade 18. R ate of $14,000:
D irector___________________ _____
1 $14,000
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
A ssistant director_______________
2
2 1 ,0 0 0
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
Chief architect____________ ______
1
9,200
Chief, control branch_____________
1
8,800
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
Chief engineer___________________
1
8 ,0 0 0
Fiscal officer_____________________
1
7,600
Grade 1 2 . Range $6,400 to $7,400:
B udget officer____ ____ __________
1
6,800
Criminologist____________________
1
7,000
Executive assistant to director_____
1
6,400
Supervising architect_____________
2
12,800
1
6,400
Supervisor of classification________
Supervisor, juvenile branch_______
1
6,400
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
1
6,400
Chief, procurem ent section________
Engineer________________________
3 17,400
Prison inspector__________ _______
3 17,200
Supervisor of field instruction _____
1
6 ,2 0 0
Supervisor, field accounts_________
1
5,800
Grade 1 0 . Range $5,000 to $5,750:
1
5,500
Chief, personnel u n it_____________
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
Assistant supervisor of classification1
4,600
confidential assistant to director__
1
5,100
Prison inspector.......... ........................
4 20,025
Purchasing agent_________________
1
4,600
1
4,325
Grade 8 . Range $4,200 to $4,950 ..........
Grade 7. R ange $3,825 to $4,575 ..........
10 41,000
5 18,875
Grade 6 . R ange $3,450 to $4,200 ..........

1 $14,000

1 $14,000

2

21,500

2

21,750

1
1

9,200
9,000

1
1

9,400
9,000

1

8 ,0 0 0

1

7,800

1
1

8 ,2 0 0
8 ,000

1

6,800
7,200
6,400
13,200
6,600
6,600

1
1
2

7,000
7,200
6,400
13,600
6,800
6,800

3
3

6,400
17,600
17,200

3
3

1

6 ,2 0 0

1

5,800

1
1

1

5,750

1

5,750

1
1
4
1
1
10
5

4,850
5,350
20,275
5,225
4,450
42,625
20,125

1
1
4
1
1
10
5

4,975
5,350
20,650
5,350
4,575
43,500
20,625

1
1

2
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

6,400
18,200
17,400
6,400
6 ,0 0 0

1952

284

A P P E N D IX

FE D E R A L

P R IS O N

TO

TH E

BUDGET

FOR

F IS C A L

YEAR

1952

d e t a il o f p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s —

S Y S T E M — C o n tin u e d

S a la rie s a n d E x p e n s e s , B u re a u o f P r is o n s , D e p a r tm e n t o f J u s tic e —
C o n tin u e d
d e t a il of p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s —

c o n tin u e d

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

14 $47,275
11 33,785
21 59,410
6 15,660

14 $48,775
11 34,665
21 61,170
6 16,620

14 $49,900
11 35,305
21 62,290
6 16,780

T otal perm anent, d ep artm e n ta l___
D educt:
Lapses_____________________ ______
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of year _____________ ___ __

99 439,380

99 447,600

N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, n et salary)_______

99 427,555
5.8 24, 761

4

15,680

4

15,600

3, 600
93.2

95

P art-tim e em ploym ent, d ep artm en tal___
R egular p ay in excess of 52-week base

399,194
1,317
1,557

95 423,700
1,300

432,000
1,300
1,700

All personal services, dep artm en tal.

402,068

425,000

435,000

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
W ard en _________________________
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
Associate w arden________________
Supervisor of prison cam ps. _______
W ard en .. ________________ _____
G rade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
Associate w arden ______ _________
Business m anager ______________
Supervisor of culinary operations. __
Supervisor of farm ing operations___
W ard en_____ ___ ______________
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
Associate w arden_________ _______
Chief clerk ____________________
Chief of m echanical service________
Supervisor of education___________
W ard en _______ . . . ____________
Grade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
C a p ta in .. _____________ _________
C h ap lain ___ _
________________
Chief clerk_______________________
Chief of m echanical service________
C ulinary m anager___ _ ________
F arm m anager___ __________ _
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A ssistant chief clerk................ . _ .
Associate w arden.
. . _______ . .
C ap tain _________________________
C haplain _____________ _______ __
Chief clerk_______________________
Chief engineer ______ ___________ _
Chief, mechanical service_________
C ulinary supervisor_________ ___
F arm m anager
General foreman. . ___________ __
Supervisor, classification and parole..
Supervisor, education___ _______
W ard en _________________________
G rade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
G rade 7. R ange $3,825 to $ 4 ,5 7 5 .____
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200G rade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850.
G rade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______
G rade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 10. Range $4,150 to $4,900 _ _
G rade 9. Range $3,775 to $4,525___ .
G rade 8. Range $3,400 to $4,150______
G rade 7. Range $3,125 to $3,725______
G rade
G rade
G rade
G rade

6.
5
4.
3.

Range
R ange
Range
R ange

$2,900 to
$2 674 to
$2,450 to
$2,252 to

$3,380______
$3,154
$2,930____ _
$2,732______

11 103,800

11 104,400

11 104,800

$218, 797

$261, 000

$261,000

All personal services, field_________

14,101, 019

14,469, 500

14,691,000

Personal services_________ ______ _

15,126,000

14,436,322
66, 765

14, 800, 500
94, 000

15,031, 000
95,000

T o tal of foregoing schedule..............

14, 503, 087

14,894, 500

15,126, 000

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

allocation
to
federal
security
agency , public health service

D epartm ental:
N um G eneral schedule grades.
ber
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
M ateriel officer_________ _______ _
1
G rade 8. R ange $4,200 to $4,950______
1
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______
1
Grade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______
1
VjridUc Tk. XvdRgc $Z,o<0 10 tJ>o,oDO______
4
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______
1
Commissioned officers:
D irector grade___
________ _______
1
Senior assistant grade_______ _______
T otal perm anent, dep artm en tal___
D educt:
Lapses. . _______ _. _____________
Savings due to use of former p ay scales
for p a rt of y e ar__________
____ _

33,400
8,400
67,400

4
1
8

33,600
8,600
68,000

8
3
1
1
1

55,200
20,400
6,400
6,600
7,200

8
2
1
1
1

56,800
13,000
6,600
6,600
7,400

8
2
1
1
1

57,800
13,200
6,800
6,800
7,400

N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, net salary) ______
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
All personal services, d epartm ental..

12
8
5
6
3

69,000
48,400
29,200
37,000
17,800

12
8
5
6
3

71,400
47,800
28,800
37,400
18,400

12
8
5
6
3

73,000
49,000
29,400
37,800
18,800

1

5,375

11
1
2
2

61,000
5,500
10,500
10,625

1
1
10
1
2
2

5,500
5,125
56,250
5,625
10,750
11,000

1
1
10
1
2
2

5,625
5,250
56,750
5,750
11,000
11,125

4
2
11

20,150
10,075
55,225

4
2
11

20,400
10,200
56,475

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
D ental officer______________ ____
Psychologist______ . . .
.............
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
N u rse ____ ______________
_____
Psychologist
M edical technical a ssistant_______
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
Grade 7. R ange $3,825 to $ 4 ,5 7 5 .____
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______
Grade 5. R ange $3,100 to $3,850______
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355--------Commissioned officers:
Director grade_____________________
Senior grade
F ull grade______________ ____ _____ _
Senior assistant grade_______________
A ssistant g r a d e ________ ________ _
Junior assistant grade______________

3 15,300
8 40,925
10 51,125
6 30,100
4 20,400
3 15,300
7 35,825
4 20,650
1
5,225
59 281,550
262.
1, 165, 775
177 719,650
150 558,750
81 264,715
5 14,610

11 53,400
15 72,125
11 53,025
39 174,975
97 425,925
39 173,100
812
806
812
3, 282, 925
3,173, 275
3, 255,300
2,051
2,051
1, 990
7,301,175
6, 818,450
7, 215,175
21 65,220
65 204,740
21 66,260
2
5,988
3
8,822
2
5,828
13 36,410
15 39,550
13 35,690
5 13,260
5 12,620
5 13,020

N et p erm anent, field (average n u m ­
3,704
3,704
ber, n e t salary )____ __________ 3,723.3
14,347,100
13, 764, 463
14,186, 500
P art-tim e and tem porary positions: P a rt44, 700
44,200
43, 573
tim e em ploym ent____________________
87,200
54,473
32,000
R egular pay in excess of 52-week base-----P a y m e n t above basic rates:
199, 600
192, 092
197, 700
O vertim e and holiday p a y -----------------273, 400
265, 215
270,100
N ight-w ork differential-----------------------

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14,894, 500

4
1
8

3, 839
3,839
T otal perm anent, field------------------ 3, 826
14,870,828
14, 323,972
14, 705,643
D educt:
135
102.7
135
L apses.-------------------------------------------523,728
389, 509
519,143
Savings due to use of former pay scales
170,000
for p a rt of y e ar________________ ____

All personal services, field..................

14, 503, 087

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
D irect obligations____________________
R eim bursable obligations_____________

32,800
8,400
66,800

3 15,050
8 40,300
10 50,375
6 29,350
4 19,900
3 15,300
7 35,075
4 20,275
1
5,100
59 276,450
262
1,154,025
177 713,025
150 550,875
81 261,275
5 14,370

14,319,816

14,730, 500

14,952, 000

1952 estim ate

D educt charges for quarters and sub­
sistence_________ __________________

4
1
8

3 15,175
2
9,825
11 53,850
1
4,975
3 14,550
8 40,675
11 55,475
6 28,475
4 19,400
3 15,300
7 34,200
4 19,650
1
4,975
48 224,225
208
890,350
169 670,175
165 590,125
83 263,585
4 11,480

1951 estim ate

1950 actual

01
D epartm ental—C ontinued
General schedule grades—C ontinued
Grade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850 _____
Grade 4. R ange $2,875 to $3,355 ___ __
G rade 3. R ange $2,650 to $3,130_____
Grade 2. R ange $2,450 to $2,930 _____

c o n tin u e d

T otal perm anent, field....................

10
0.3

N e t perm anent, field (average n u m ­
ber, n et salary)____ ____________

$4,725
4,450
3,575
3,350
12,060
2,730

1
1
1
1
3
1

$4,850
4,575
3,700
3,475
9,590
2,810

1
1
1
1
3
1

$4,975
4,700
3,825
3,600
9,910
2,890

9,984

1
1

10,000
6,900

1
1

10,000
6,900

40,874

10

45,900

10

46,800

858

0.8 4,700

0.8 4,700

9. 7 38, 216
100

9.2 41,200

9.2 42,100
100

38,316

41,200

42,200

1,800

1
3

5,800
17,000

1
2

4,850
9,825

3 12,225
26 98,950
63 213,995
10 29,820
5 52,143
15 124,386
17 127,035
22 145, ^ 3
9 53,059

6,000
17,600

1
3

6,000
17,800

1
4,975
2 10,075
4 18,400
17 71,400
58 225,595
15 52,750
8 27,045
4 13,160

1
5,100
2 10,450
4 18,900
17 73,525
58 226,985
15 53,625
8 27,545
3 10,295

5 52,982
25 220,668
16 122,310
26 175,640

5 53,666
25 222,441
26 200,022
27 181,016
3 14,476
1
4,311

2

8,100

199

894,881

4.9 45,198

6.4 41,900

7

1,126,157
42,057

15, 500
172.1

180.6

192
984,800

1, 084,100

1, 200
41,146
1,360

1, 200
46, 600
1, 200

1,200
61,400
1,900

5,146
4, 281

5,600
4, 700

5,600
4, 600

_.

887,316

1,044,100

1,158, 800

Personal s e r v i c e s _______________

925, 632

1, 085,300

1, 201,000

834,183
Part-tim e an d tem porary positions:
Part-tim e e m p l o y m e n t ............... . .
W. A. E . em ploym ent___
. _______
R egular pay in excess of 52-week base ___
P aym ent above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p a y ____________
N ight-w ork differential_______________
All personal services, field-------01

1
3

187
1,026,700

177

D educt:
Lapses
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of year ___________________

T otal
salary

Support of United States Prisoners, Department of Justice —
o b l ig a t io n s

Object classification

by

o b jec ts

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

T otal num ber of perm anent positions
Average num ber of all em ployees. . . . . .

48
42

48
45

48
45

01 Personal services:
Perm anent positions______________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week

$142, 753

$155,000

$157,000

P a y m e n t above basic ra te s------------

541
55,375

59,000

600
59,600

T otal personal services....................

198,669

214,000

217,200

1952

2 85

D E P A R T M E N T OP JU ST IC E
DETAIL OP PERSONAL SERVICES--- c o n tin u e d

OBLIGATIONS BY o b j e c t s — c o n tin u e d
Object classification
02
03
04
05
07
08
09
11

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

R en ts and u tility services______ _ __
O ther contractual services............ .........
Supplies and m aterials_____________
E q u ip m en t ______________________
G rants, subsidies, and contributions. _

$5, 470
2,448
585
9, 566
1,630,054
45, 810
588
2, 810

$5,500
2,500
600
9,600
1,593,300
46,000
600
2,900

$5, 500
2,500
600
9,600
1,815,100
46,000
600
2,900

T otal obligations_________________

1,896,000

1,875, 000

2, 100, 000

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - T otal N um - T otal
ber salary
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

T ra v e l____________________________
T ra n sp o r ta tio n of th in g s
C o m m u n ic a t io n serv ice

_

_

1950 actual

Field:
General schedule grades:

1

$4,575

1

$4,700

1

$4,825

3
42
2

11,075
138,135
6,120

3
42
2

11,450
141,950
6,280

3
42
2

11,700
143,450
6,440

48

159,905

48

164,380

48

166,415

5.6 14,752

3

9,380

3

9 315

45

155,000

45

157,100
600

Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 7. Range $3,125 to $3,725______

D educt:
Savings due to use of former pay scales

0.8

2,400

N et, perm anent, field (average num Regular pay in excess of 52-week b a s e ...
P a y m e n t above basic rates:

01

41.6 142, 753
541

25-percent cost-of-living differential____

19,243
642
35,490

19,200
700
39,100

19,200
700
39,600

Personal services_________________

198,669

214,000

217, 200

U fritiii

u r

A JL iH irN

ritu rJ E jK ii

Special deposit, trust account:
A ilm in i c f r a H v»oV PIy iio i i c p s
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UDU1VJA11U1XO OX VDJ

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1950 actual

Object classification

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

764
11
737

753
11
726

Sum m ary of Personal Services
766
11
719

T otal n u m ber of perm anent positions____
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average n u m ber of all employees________
Personal service obligations:
P erm an en t p o sitio n s.._ ______
_____
P art-tim e an d tem porary positions
Regular pay in excess of 52-week b a s e ...
P ay m en t above basic rates___________

$3,343, 259
18,083
13,922
30,873

$3, 461, 708
20,000
15,562

$3,447, 223
20,000
15, 755
15,562

T o tal personal service obligations. __

3, 406,137

3,497,270

3,498, 540

Direct Obligations
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

3,387,182
92, 599
3,841
43, 532
238,983
1o, urfcO
213, 428
46,325
33, 261

3,485, 859
95,000
3,000
44,940
221,590
iq uuu
nnn
iy,
224,881
40.000
15.000
730

3,486, 786
95,000
3,000
41,975
144,828
19 000
249’ 951
40.000
15.000
1,460

4,077,497

4,150,000

4,100,000

Personal services______ _____ _______
C om m unication services
R ents and u tility services
O ther contractual services......................

18,955
240
1, 533
409

11,411
60
410
119

11,754
25
172
49

T otal reim bursable obligations........

21,137

12,000

12,000

4,098,634

4,162,000

4,112,000

Personal services
T ravel- - ______________
T ran sp o rtatio n of things
Com m unication services-----------------R ents and u tility services___________
Prin tin g and reproduction---------------O ther contractual services__________
Supplies and m aterials____ _________
E q u ip m en t______ ________ ______ _
Taxes and assessments
Total direct obligations
Reimbursab e Obligations

01
04
05
07

T o tal obligations
TiumATT

Am

D epartm ental:
Positions a t rates in excess of $14,000:
A ssistant attorney general
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"VAT o r D r T f i p a

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - T otal
ber salary

N u m - T otal
ber
salary

N um - Total
ber salary

1

$15,000

1

$15,000

1

$15,000

1950 actual

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

D epartm ental—Continued
N um - T otal N um - T otal N um - Total
ber
sa la rv
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
G rade 16. Range $11,200 to $12,000:
1 $11,200
1 $11,400
D eputy director__________________
1 $11,200
G rade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
7
Chief of b ra n c h .. ________________
7
7
75,000
75, 250
76. 750
1
1
C om ptroller_____________________
10, 750
10, 750
1
11,000
1
1
1
Econom ist________ ____________
10, 750
11, 000
11,000
niiiof
V/'lllvT'l friol
llidii oT\Dr»iQlicf
oPvtldiilo t . . . __. . . . . . . . _
31,250
0q
0O
31, 500
3
32,000
1
Special assistant_________
_____
1
10,750
10, 750
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
A ttorney___ _________ _________ __
25 230,000
25 232, 200
24 225, 200
1
1
Assistant chief of division_________
9.600
9.800
1
9,800
Executive assistant________ ____
1
1
9.600
9.800
1
9, 800
1
1
A dm inistrative officer.......................
8.800
8,800
2
2
Business analyst. . __ _________ .
2
18,200
18, 200
18, 600
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
1
1
1
Technical specialist_____ _______
8,400
8,400
8,600
A tto rn ey __________ ____________
35* 277, 600
35 280, 400
38 299, 200
2
2
Chief of section. ____ ______ _______
2
16, 600
16,600
17,000
1
1
1
A dm inistrative officer____________
7,800
7.600
7,600
L iquidator_____________ ________
1
7,600
1
7.600
2
2
2
Business a n aly st.______ ___ ____ .
16,400
16, 400
16, 800
A ccountant._____________________
1
1
8,200
1
8, 400
8,430
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
2
2
Econom ist— _________________ . .
/3, 600
2
13, 800
14, 000
A tto rn ey ____ _ __________ ____
51 346, 600
51 349,000
50
356, 200
1
A dm inistrative officer____ ________
6, 600 - - - - — ...
Business analyst_______________ _.
7
49, 000
-49,600"
42,800
Investigator_____________________
1
7,200
1
7, 200
L iq u id ato r___ ___________________
2
2
14, 000
14, 000
” 14,~200
A ccountant________ . . . . . ______
5
35, 200
4
28, 600
5
36, 000
Grade 11. R ange $5,400 to $6,400:
1
1
1
Econom ist____________________ .6,000
6, 200
6,200
A tto rn ey ________________________
31 178,800
31 180,600
35 204,800
Business a nalyst......... ..................
8
8
47, 600
48, 600
4
27,600
1
1
Insurance specialist ____________
5,800
5,800
1
6, 000
Investigator___________ _______ _
1
1
6, 000
6, 000
A ccountant_________________ ____
6
6
36,000
36, 200
6
37, 000
1
1
Records officer-______ __________
6,000
6,000
1
6,200
1
1
Publication officer. _ ____________
1
6,000
6,200
6,200
Grade 10. R ange $5,000 to $5,750:
1
1
Investigator_________ __________
5,750
5,750
Grade 9. R ange $4,600 to $5,350:
1
1
Statistician______________________
4, 975
4, 975
1
5,100
A tto rn ey __ _ __ __________ _____
10
48,125
10
48, 625
10
49, 625
1
1
Investigator . __________________
5.100
5.100
6
6
6
Business analyst . _ ____________
30, 225
30,475
31,’ 100
A dm inistrative a s s is ta n t_________
2
2
2
9, 450
9,700
9,950
9
A ccountant______________________
9
9
46, 525
46, 775
47, 650
Exam iner ______________________ 10
10
51,000
10
51, 750
52, 500
1
1
Econom ist __________ ___________
5.100
5.100
1
5,225
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575______ 34 142,800
34 144,800
34 147, 550
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200--------- 11
41, 325
11
42, 200
11
43, 200
Grade 5 Range $3,100 to $3,850 _____ 82 288,576
82 292, 451
82 299,826
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______ 112 352, 560 112 356,000 107 347,145
Grade 3 Range $2,650 to $3,130_____
95 275,030
95 277, 670
95 281,830
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______ 39 101, 290
39 102, 330
39 104,410
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 4. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
2
2
2
5, 540
5,540
5, 700
4
Grade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732______
4
4
9, 568
9, 728
10,048
T otal perm anent, d ep artm en tal----- 626 2,962,039
D educt:
43. fi 20fi 994
Lapses _
________ - ___________
Savings due to use of former p ay scales
for p a rt of y e ar---------------- --------------23,940
N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, net s a la r y ) ______

582.4
2, 731,875

Part-tim e and tem porary positions:
Tem porary em ploym ent__ _________
Part-tim e em ploym ent
______ ____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base-----P aym ent above basic rates: Overtim e
and holiday p a y _____________________

1,019
17,064
11,392

All personal services, departm ental.

2, 763,140

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
Chief of branch-------------- ----------M anager
A tto rn ey _____________________ .
Grade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
A ttorney
. . _______________
Business a nalyst_________________
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
A tto rn ey _______________ _________
Investigator--------------------- --------L iquidator ________ _____ _______
A ccountant
Grade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
A ttorney
Investigator_____ ________________
L iquidator _______ ____________
Business analyst-------------------------A ccountant.. __________________
G rade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
A ttorney ________ _____________
Investigator_____ _______ ____ ____
L iquidator..............................................
Exam iner
____ __________ ____
A ccountant______________________
G rade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
A ttorney
_____________________
Investigator____________ ____ ____

625 2,986,419
31

149, 787

594
2, 836, 632

615 2, 985. 009
30

161, 080

585
2, 823, 929

2,000
18,000

2,000
18,000
13,154

2,856, 632

2, 857. 083

1, 790

1
1
1

10,750
10, 750
10,000

1
1
1

10, 750
10, 750
10,000

1
1
1

11, 000
11,000
10, 250

3
1

28,600
9,600

3
1

28,600
9,600

3

1

28,800
9,800

6
1
1
1

49.000
8,400
8,600
8,000

6
1
1
1

49,400
8,400
8,600
8,200

6

50,000

1

8, 600
8,200

10
2
3
o
i

66,800
13,800
21.000
14,000
6,800

9
2
3
Jo
1

61, 200
13,800
21, 200
14,000
7,000

10
2

6
1
3
1
1

33,600
6,000
17,800
5,800
6,200

6
1
3
1
1

33,600
6, 200
18,200
5,800
6,200

6

34,600

3
1
1

18, 400
6,000
6,400

1
7

4,850
34,325

1
7

4,850
35,075

1
7

4, 975
35,825

1

3

2
1

6 8 , 200
14, 200
21, 600
14, 400
7,000

1952

286

A PPE N D IX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1952
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS (VOCATIONAL EXPENSES)—Continued

OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY— Continued
Special deposit, trust aeeount--C ontinued

O bject classification

Administrative Expenses, Office of Alien Property— Continued

1950 actual
Field—C ontinued
N um General schedule grades—C ontinued
ber
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350—Con.
A dm inistrative assistant___ ______
1
Business a n aly st_________________
2
Records an aly st__________________
1
2
6
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200 _____
2
21
G rade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355______ 19
G rade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130_____'_ 19
G rade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
9
G rade 1. R ange $2,200 to $2,680______
1
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
G rade 4. Range $2,450 to $2,930 _ __
2

1952 estimate

N u m - T otal
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

$4,975
9,700
5,225
9,025
25,095
8,025
71,600
61,265
54,510
23,730
2,360

1
2
1
2
6
2
21
19
19
9
1

$5,100
9,825
5,225
9,275
25,720
8,275
72,475
61,905
55,150
23,810
2,440

1
?
1
2
6
?
21
19
19
9
1

$5.225
10,075
5,350
9,400
26,470
8, 400
74, 225
62, 625
56,110
24, ISO
2,520

2,930
4,660

1
2

2,930
4,660

1
2

2,930
4,730

657,775

139

658,215

138

661, 440

7.9 36,931

6

33,139

8

38,146

140
D educt:
Lapses__
___ _ _ .
_______
Savings due to use of former pay scales

T otal
salary

1951 estim ate

9,460
N e t perm anent, field (average num Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
P ay m en t above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p a y _____ ______
A dditional pay for service a b r o a d __
All personal services, field. _. _____

132.1 611,384
2,530

133

2,313
26, 770

625 076

130

2,000
13, 562

623 294
2,601
2, 000
13, 562

642,997

640, 638

641, 457

_____ __________

3,406,137

3, 497, 270

3, 498, 540

Salaries an d wages in th e foregoing sched­
ule are d istributed as follows:
D irect obligations
________________
R eim bursable obligations________ ____

3,387,182
18, 955

3, 485,859
11,411

3, 486, 786
11,754

T o tal of foregoing schedule________

3,406,137

3,497,270

3, 498, 540

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Object classification
T otal n u m b er of perm anent positions
Average n u m b er of all employees_______
01 Personal services:
P erm an en t positions____ _______
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
b a se .. _ _______ _____ _________
Excess of annual leave earned over
leave tak en ____________________
T o tal personal services________
02 T rav el________________ ____ _______
03 Transportation of th in g s____________
04 Com m unication services___________
05 R ents and u tility services______ ____
06 P rin tin g and reproduction _________
07 O th er co ntractual services:
A u d it b y General Accounting
Office._________________________
Balance of expenses of 1949 not
charged to lim itation of th a t year
because lim itation was fully ex­
pended
_ _ _ _ _ _
08 Supplies and m aterials
U nd istrib u ted

(ADMINISTRATIVE

P ric n n

Indus-

EXPE NSES)

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

58
50

58
54

58
54

$234,815

$261,472

$261,197

1950 actual

1, 374

1,470
781

28

703

237,066
15,657
343
1,754
15,850
1, 253

261,500
15,500
350
1,800
15,850
2,000

263, 274
15,500
350
1,800
15,850
2,000

25,000

25,000

22, 500

594

1,000
4,000

4,726
1,000

T o tal lim itation or estim ate (state­
m ents A and B)________________
A dd depreciation____ ____________ ____ _

297,517
1,493

327,000
1,500

327,000
1,500

T otal adm inistrative expenses..........

299,010

328, 500

328,500

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T otal n u m b er of p erm anent positions----Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average n u m b er of em ployees__________

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1950 actual
77
3
77

01 Personal services:
P erm anent positions______________
Part-tim e and tem porary positions:
P art-tim e em ploym ent__________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base_______ ______ ____________
P ay m en t above basic rates:
O vertim e and holiday p a y .............
N ight-w ork differential_________
Excess of annual leave taken over
leave earned______________ ____ _

- e & tii-u a io

76
3
78

82
3
78

1952 estim ate

$307. K01

$890 171

$328,296

14, 717

13, 725

14,000

1,429

1,600
100
800

100
800

318, 748
6,932
863

334, 796
9,020
870

344, 796
10,020
870

279
2, 437

285
2,476

285
2,476

16, 572

14,165

14,165

998

1,000

1, 000

22,398
-12,387
30,130

9,824
-1 6 , 950
32,358
156

14, 824
-1 6 , 950
32,198
316

T otal vocational expenses (state­
m ents A and B )_______ ____ ___
A dd depreciation______________________

386,970
25,638

388, 000
25,000

404,000
25,000

T otal vocational expenses......... .........

412,608

413,000

429,000

i» j
1Q
C1 /i^SullDaXG
iyoi

1Q
KO estim ate
iyoz

02
03
04
05
06
07

08
15

63
606
-5,5 6 8

T otal personal services________
T ravel_____________ _______ _______
Transportation of things______ _____
C om m unication services: Telephone
and telegraph____________________
R ents and u tility services___________
P rinting and reproduction: Cost of
inm ate training in connection w ith .
O ther contractual services:
Inm ate wages_______ ___________
Production training, inm ate (excess
m anufacturing costs)___________
Sales of products and services_____
Supplies and m aterials_____________
Taxes and assessm ents.................. .........

D E T A IL O F P E R S O N A L

SER V IC E S

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D epartm ental:
N um - T otal N um - T otal N um - T otal
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
G rade 15. Range $10,000 to $11,000:
1 $10,750
1 $10,750
1 $11,000
Associate commissioner___________
Grade 14. R ange $8,800 to $9,800:
1
1
Secretary. ______________________
9,800
9,800
1
9,800
Grade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
1
1
1
A ssistant secretary_______________
8,000
8,200
8,200
A ssistant commissioner___________
15,800
2 15,800 2 16,200
Superintendent, vocational educa­
1
1
1
tio n ___________________________
8,600
8,400
8,600
1
1
1
Chief engineer__________ _________
8,600
8,600
8,600
1
1
1
Research engineer_______ ____ ____
7.800
7.600
7.600
1
1
1
A dm inistrative assistant....................
7.800
7.600
7.600
G rade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
1
1
1
Safety engineer___________________
7,000
6,800
7,000
Supervisor, vocational education__
1
7,400
1
7,200
1
7,200
G rade 11. R ange $5,400 to $6,400:
1
1
1
Chief traveling a u d ito r____ _______
6,400
6,400
6,400
1
1
1
M ethods exam iner____________ . . .
6,000
5,800
5,800
A rchitectural and mechanical engi­
neer________ _____________ ____
4
24, 600
4
24, 200
4
24,400
1
Industries agent__________________
6,400
B udget officer____ _ _ _________
1
5,400
1
5,400
A u d ito r_______ _____ ._ . _______
1
5,800
1
5,600
1
5,600
A ssistant supervisor, vocational
1
1
1
education
6,200
6,000
6,000
Grade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
\
1
5,375
Traveling auditor
5.125
5,250
1
1
1
Cost accountant__________ ____ _
5,250
5.125
5,125
Grade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
1
1
1
Associate architect____ ___________
5.350
5,100
5,225
1
1
Engineer
5.350
5, 225
1
5,350
1
1
1
T raveling auditor________ _____
4, 725
4, 600
4.600
1
1
1
A ccountant
4, 725
4,600
4.600
2
2
2
Industries agent
10,075
9,825
9,825
3
Grade 8 Range $4,200 to $4,950
3
13,225
12,850
12,850
3
4
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575___ _
4
4
16,800
16,175
16,425
G rade 6. Range $3,450 to $4,200______
4
4
4
15,800
15,050
15,425
G rade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______
2
6,950
2
3
10,300
7,075
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355
11
35,305
34,105
11
11
34, 585
3
Grade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______
3
4
11,880
8,910
8,990
Grade 2. Range $2,450 to $2,930______
3
7,590
3
3
7,350
7,350
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1JL
C\rc\(\&
3 Pqtkto
49 9*9 tr\
49 739
VJTIcttltJ O.
XVdrll^t? $4,404
LU $4,
(04______
2,332
2,252
i
2,252
T otal perm anent, dep artm e n ta l___
D educt:
Lapses__________________ _____ ____
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of y e ar____ ________________
N et perm anent, departm ental (av­
erage num ber, n e t s a la ry ) ..._____

Otf

288,192

4

23,478

59

289,677

61

300,882

2

11,000

59

289,882

3.611
55

R egular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Excess of annual leave earned over leave
ta k e n _______________ _______________

1951 estim ate

1951 estim ate

1950 actual

261,103

59

289,677

1,524

1,599
423

703

28

All personal services, dep artm en tal.

55

263,125

59

289,705

59

292,109

Field:
G eneral schedule grades:
G rade 14. Range $8,800 to $9,800:
Superintendent of industries..............

2

19,400

2

19,400

2

19,600

1952

287

D E P A R T M E N T OF JU ST IC E
d e t a il of p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s —

1950 actual
Field—C ontinued
General schedule grades—Continued
G rade 13. Range $7,600 to $8,600:
Superintendent and associate superG rade 12. Range $6,400 to $7,400:
Superintendent and assistant super­
in ten d en t___ ________________
Business m anager________________
G rade 11. Range $5,400 to $6,400:
Superintendent and assistant super­
intendent
......
............
D irector, em ploym ent an d placeG rade 10. Range $5,000 to $5,750:
S uperintendent and associate super­
intendent --------------------------------Business m anager an d associate
business m anager________ _ . _
Supervisor and assistant supervisor.
M echanical inspector______
_
Supervisor, vocational train in g ____
G rade 9. Range $4,600 to $5,350:
Superintendent and assistant su­
perintendent ___________________
Associate business an d office m an ­
ager____________ ___ ___________
General foreman an d overseer_____
M echanical supervisor and engineer.
Supervisor, em ploym ent and place­
m en t _ _ _______ . . . __ ____
Supervisor-instructor, vocational
tr a in in g ___ ____
__ _________
Grade 8. Range $4,200 to $4,950______
Grade 7. Range $3,825 to $4,575_____
Grade 6. Range $3,450 to $ 4 ,2 0 0 ..___
G rade 5. Range $3,100 to $3,850______
Grade 4. Range $2,875 to $3,355........ .
G rade 3. Range $2,650 to $3,130______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
G rade 10. Range $4,150 to $4,900
G rade 9. Range $3,775 to $4,525______
G rade 8. Range $3,400 to $4,150______
G rade 7. Range $3,125 to $3,725______
G rade 6. Range $2,900 to $3,380______
Grade 4. Range $2,450 to $2 930
Grade 3. Range $2,252 to $2,732
T otal perm anent, field

N um
ber

Total
salary

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um
ber

N um
ber

T otal
salary

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T otal
salary

2

$15,600

3

$22,200

3

$22,600

6
1

40,000
6,600

6
1

41,200
6,600

6
1

42,000
6,800

7
2

7
3
5

41, 600
17, 600
27,800

7

5

41,200
11, 400
27, 000

42, 400
18,000
28, 000

1

6,400

1

6,400

3
5

1

6,400

£

0

31, 500

74

36,875

*7
4

37, 750

4
5
1
2

21, 500
26,125
5,000
10,350

5
5

26, 625
26,375

5
5

27,125
26, 875

2

10,350

2

10, 600

12

58, 575

12

59,325

12

60, 700

3
6
2

14, 550
29, 225
10, 575

3
6
2

14, 800
29, 750
10, 700

3
6
2

14, 925
30, 375
10, 700

2

10,450

2

10, 450

2

6
20
24
63
22
11

30,850
91, 625
102, 550
242,375
79, 590
34, 585

6
20
24
62
21
13
1

31,100
93, 000
104, 025
241, 967
77,340
40, 830
2,650

6
20
24
61
21
13
1

31,475
94,060
106, 275
244, 700
78, 545
41, 635
2,730

31
49
85
52
1

143, 550
207,350
326, 250
181, 200
3,380
2,610

31
49
85
52
1

146,100
212,075
335,135
185,000
3, 380
2,690

D educt—C ontinued
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for p a rt of y e ar. ...............................

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

N um - Total
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

N um - T otal
ber salary

430
$1,829,638

436
$1,894,011

$29, 531

N e t perm anent, field (average n u m ­
ber, n et salary)_________________ 404
1,691,403
Part-tim e and tem porary positions: P arttim e e m p lo y m e n t... ________ ____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
P aym ent above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday p a y ____________
N ight-w ork differential______ ________
Excess of annual leave earned over leave
t a k e n ______________________________

01

32
47
88
50
3

1
1

146. 900
196, 925
332,075
172, 916
9,340
2, 610
2,252

1

3

15,557
6,934

33

109,109

1

10, 575

437
i, oyy, zzo

1 , OOi5, OUZ

8

3

14,575

2, 828
3, 787

2, 937
3, 893

3

14,850
8,000
2, 941
3, 899

1,010

10, 250

10, 250

All personal services, field..................

1, 721, 519

1, 861, 293

1, 933, 951

Personal services __________ _____

1, 984, 644

2,150, 998

2,226,060

a n a l y s is of total p e r so n a l se r v ic e s

438

437

c o n tin u e d

1950 actual

1950 actual

A, OOU, U4<5

D educt:
Lapses ............... ....................... ............... ..........

d e t a il of p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s —

c o n tin u e d

33, 664

1

5,214

1951 estim ate

1952 estim ate

500
3
462

501
3
492

506
3
498

$1, 952, 506
15, 557

$2,119, 315
14, 575

$2,183,893
14, 850

8, 533
6,615

6,830

9, 524
6, 840

1,433

10,278

10,953

1,984, 644

2,150,998

O ZOZOOA, A
£A
UoU

N um - T otal
Personal services in the foregoing schedule
ber salary
are distributed to activities as follows:
A dm inistrative________ _____ ________ 50 $237,066
Vocational_____ _____ _______________
77 318,748
C onstruction, f ie ld ___
__ _
6
20,821
Industrial, fie ld .. ______ ___ ____ ________ 329 1,408,009

N um - T otal
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

54 $261,500
78 334,796
3
13,317
357 1,541,385

54 $263,274
78 344,796
4
17,190
362 1,600,800

492 2,150,998

498 2,226,060

T otal num ber of perm anent positions____
Full-tim e equivalent of all other positions.
Average num ber of employees__________
01 Personal services:
Perm anent positions___ _____ ____
P art-tim e and tem porary positions.
R egular pay in excess of 52-week
base. _________________________
"PavmPTit
iavp
x a j l u c i i u aauV
u v t/ V
UiH
a oQiip
t rafpQ
l a t c d _____ ______
Excess of annual leave earned over
leave taken
m

i l

i

i Oiai personal services__ -____

T otal personal services_____

__________

462 1,984,644

1953

C U R R E N T A U T H O R IZ A T IO N S
det ail of p e r so n a l se r v ic es —

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION

1951 actual

c on tin u ed
1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Salaries and Expenses, General Administration, Justice—
O BLIG ATIO NS BY O B JEC T S

Object classification

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Sum m ary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
Ungraded positions: Average salary___
Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions_________________
Part-time and temporary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base...
Payment above basic rates___________
Total personal service obligations.

532
1
507

550
1
522

526
1
506

$3, 997
GS-5.6

$4, 426
GS-5.7

$4, 580
GS-5.9

$2, 633
CPC-3.2
$3,480

$2, 943
CPC-3.2
$3, 612

$2, 993
CPC-3.2
$3, 759

$2,009,358
18,188
8, 552

$2,271, 300
17,100
8, 570
8,300

$2, 270, 360
17,100
8, 380
8,300

2,036,098

2,305, 270

2, 304,140

1, 919, 518
48, 759
1,035
19, 613
23, 773
38, 235
19,855
29, 422
29, 575
550
2,130, 335

2,205, 270
51, 500
1,100
19, 980
24,000
38,370
20, 050
30,450
30, 900
1,460
2,423,080

2, 204,140
52, 700
1,100
19, 980
24,000
38,370
20,050
29, 850
28,100
1, 710
2,420,000

Direct Obligations

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

Personal services_________
Travel___ _______________
Transportation of things__
Communication services__
Rents and utility services..
Printing and reproduction..
Other contractual services..
Supplies and materials____
Equipment______________
Taxes and assessments
Total direct obligations..

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

100, 000
2, 523,080

116, 580
2, 246, 915

01 Personal services.._
Total obligations.

100, 000
2, 520, 000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
1951 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Attorney general---------------------------D eputy attorney general___________
General schedule grades:
Grade 18. Range $14,800:
Administrative assistant attorney
general________________________
Grade 17. Range $13,000 to $13,800:
First assistant----------------------------Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Director of public relations-----------Executive assistant to the Attorney
General_______________________
Deputy administrative assistant
attorney general________________
Special assistant__________________
Attorney-----------------------------------Chairman, Board of Immigration
Appeals----------------------------------Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney________________________
Pardon attorney_________________
Chairman, Board of Immigration
Appeals_______________________
Member, Board of Immigration
Appeals_______________________
Budget officer___________________
Fiscal officer----------- ------ ------------Director of personnel........ ..................
Member, Board of Parole..................

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1952 estimate

1953 estimate

N um - Total N um - Total Num - Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber. salary
$22,500
17, 500

$22,500
17, 500

$22, 500
17, 500

14.000

14.000

14,000

12, 200

13.000

13,200

10, 750

11, 550

11, 800

10.750

11,800

11,800

11.000
10.750
30.750

11,800
10, 800
33,650

11,800
11, 050
33,900

10,800

10,800

10,600
10,600

10, 600
10, 600

9.800
9.800

8,800
8, 800
8,800
49,000

38,400
9.600
9.600
9, 600
84,800

38,400
9.800
9.800
9.800
84,800

D epartmental—C ontinued
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Assistant director of public relations.
Member, Board of. Immigration
Appeals ________ _______ _______
Staff director.. __ _ ____________
Chief classification officer________
Chief recruitment and placement
officer___ ____ _______ _ ______
Chief, services and procurement
branch___ . . . ____________ . . .
Assistant fiscal officer______ _____
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Assistant director of public relations.
Confidential assistant__ ________
A ttorney..
.
_____________
Assistant pardon attorney________
Assistant staff director____________
Parole executive
Chief, accounting section_____ ____
Chief, examiners’ section__________
Assistant chief, personnel branch...
Chief, classification un it. _______
Chief, services branch__ _________
Chief, procurement branch_______
Records administration officer_____
Librarian_______________________
Examiner_______ _____ _________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney________________________
Case a n a ly s t____________________
Parole examiner. _
Budget analyst_________________
Chief a u d ito r __________ _____ . . .
Assistant chief, accounting section. _
Examiner_______ _ _ . . . ____
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Assistant chief, procurement branch.
Assistant records and administra­
tion officer__________ ________
Chief, personnel operations u n it___
Examiner . . . _________________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Secretary. _________ ______ _____
Attorney___________ . . _______
C onfidential clerk. . . __________ _
Supervisor of parolees __________
Assistant parole executive
Supervisor of releasees______ _____
Case a n a ly s t____ ____ ___________
Administrative assistant....... ..........
Budget examiner.. __ _____ _____
Supervisor, fiscal control unit_____
Supervisor, machine and statistical
un it______________
_________
Analyst- ____^___ ______________
Chief, preaudit section __________
Classification officer______________
Auditor
Assistant to fiscal officer__________
Personnel assistant_______________
Chief, purchasing unit-- _ _______
Recruitment and placement officer _
Chief supervisor, records adminis­
tration branch—_ __ _ . . . ____
Chief records analyst____________
Assistant librarian.._____ _______
Examiner __ ___ .
_ _____
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370- .
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955_____
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545_____
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160_____
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Grade 1. Range $2,500 to $2,980_____
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3,454______
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840______
Ungraded positions:
Grade 18. Range $4,222 to $5,179_____
Grade 16. Range $3,952 to $4,826_____
Grade 13. Range $3,495 to $4,285_____
Grade 8. Range $2,787 to $3,411______
Grade 5. Range $2,350 to $2,891______
Total permanent, departmental___

N um ­- Total N um ­• Total N um ­- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1

$8,200

4

33,400

1

$9,160

1

$9,160

1

8,360

1
1

8,560
8,360

1

8,360

1
1

8,600
7,600

1
1

9,360
8,360

1
1

9,360
8, 560

1
1
3
1

7,400
7,200
19, 600
6,400

1
1

1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1

8,040
8,040
28, 960
7,240
8,040

1
1

8,040
8,040
29,360
7,240
8,040

7,400
6,400
7,200
6,800
6,400
7,400
6,600
7,200
6,800
7,000

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

7,040
8,040
7,640
7,040
8,040
7,240
7,840
7,440
7,640

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

7,240
8,040
7,640
7,240
8,040
7,440
8,040
7,640
7,840

7

41,000

1
1
1
1
9

1

51,120
6,940

10
1

63,800
6,940

6,200
5, 600
6,000
5,400
51, 200

1
1
1

6,340
6,740
5, 940
56,460

1
1
1

6,340
6,740
6,140
57,860

1

5,375

1

6,000

1

6,125

1
1
3

5,125
5, 250
16,125

1
1

5, 625
5, 750
17, 750

1
1

5,750
5,875
18, 000

1
4
1

5, 225
19, 275
4,975

1

1

5, 810
21, 240
5, 560
5,810

1

1
1

1
1

5,810
21,365
5, 685
5,810

5,350

1
1
1
1
1

5, 060
5,060
5, 685
5,935
5,185

1
1
1
1
1

5,185
5,185
5, 810
6, 060
5,310

1
1
1

5,100
5, 475
4,600

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4,600
5, 225
5,225
4, 725
5,350
5,350
5,350
4,850
4, 600

1
1
1
1

5,185
5,810
5, 685
5,310

1
1
1
1

5,310
5,810
5, 810
5,435

1
1
1
1

5, 810
5,810
5, 435
5, 060

1
1
1
1

5, 810
5, 810
5, 560
5,185

1
1
1
1
2
31
29
73
124
101
22
1

4, 725
5,350
5,100
4,600
9, 275
131,950
114, 550
270,175
398,740
287,490
58, 620
2, 680

1
1
1
1
2
33
30
72
124
103
29
1

5,185
5,810
5, 685
5, 060
10, 240
154,390
128,600
288,767
442, 500
325, 610
84, 710
2,980

1
1
1
1
2
33
30
72
109
91
28
1

5,310
5, 810
5, 810
5, 060
10,490
157, 640
130, 225
295,517
390, 267
296,150
83, 400
2, 980

1
9
37
2

3,154
25, 330
95,884
4,660

1
9
37
2

3, 454
28, 270
107,144
5, 330

1
9
37
2

3,454
28,670
109,144
5,400

1*
1
2
1
1

4, 222
4,160
6,199
3,411
2,891

1
1
2
1
1

4, 222
4,160
6, 990
3,411
2,891

1
1
2
1
1

4,472
4,388
7, 390
3, 411
2, 891

532 2,098,316

550 2,397, 644

526 2,366,789

1953

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION— Continued

d e t a il

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s

— co n tin u e d

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Num - Total Num - Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Deduct lapses.......................... ................ .......

26

$88,958

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)_______ 506 2, 009, 358
Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment_________ _____
1,784
Temporary employment______________
16, 404
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic rates:
8,152
Overtime and holiday p a y . . ________
Night-work differential_______________
400
01

29 $126,344

21

$96,429

521 2,271,300

505 2, 270, 360

1,800
15, 300
8, 570

1,800
15, 300
8, 380

7,900
400

7, 900
400

Personal services ____________ ___

2, 036, 098

2,305, 270

2, 304,140

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations
. . . ____________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts_____ ____

1,919,518

2, 205, 270

2, 204,140

116,580

100, 000

100, 000

2,036,098

2,305, 270

2, 304,140

Total of foregoing schedule

______

Salaries and Expenses, General Legal Activities, Justice—
OBLIGATIONS

Object classification

BY OBJECTS

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

1,408
38
1,371

1, 448
38
1,402

S um m ary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions _
Average number of all employees_______
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary______________ ______
Average g r a d e .____ ___ _________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_______ ____________
Average grade.. __________________
Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions_________________
Part-time and temporary positions.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
Payment above basic rates
_______
Total personal service obligations.. .

1,365
39
1,190

$5, 987
GS-8.4

N et permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)_______

$2, 493
CPC-3.1

$2, 805
CPC-3.1

$2, 858
CPC-3.1

$6, 208, 242
176, 255

$7, 899, 205
163, 500
27, 750
1,500

$8,144,300
163, 500
28, 930
1,500

Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment_______ _____
Part-time employm ent_______________
W. A. E. employment-----------------------Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay_________________________

2, 364
6, 386, 861

8,091, 955

8, 338, 230

6, 353,168
245,315
3,391
67,077
19,749
309, 736
833,339
28, 698
55, 728
2,188

8,091, 955
303, 323
4,300
66, 460
2, 538
232,170
772, 242
25, 950
42, 282
6,700

8,338, 230
315,000
4,300
68,360
2,800
233,670
990, 710
26,500
42,600
7,830

Total direct obligations.. _______ _

7,918,389

9, 547, 920

10,030,000

Personal services __________________

DETAIL

of

33, 693
7,952,082

personal

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10,030,000

se r v ic e s

1951 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Solicitor General___________________
Assistant Attorney General_________
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
First assistant________ ____ ______
Attorney--------------------- -------- -----Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney------------------------------------Special assistant__________________
Trial attorney___________________
Chief appraiser__________________

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Total permanent, departmental___ 1,056
1,098
1, 092
•5,849, 980
6, 716, 794
6, 573, 090
55 337, 654
175 990, 560
54 318, 253

$5, 940
GS-8.5

Personal services
________________
Travel . . . ________________________
Transportation of things________ ___
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services___________
Printing and reproduction__________
Other contractual services__________
Supplies and materials___ . . . _____
Equipment_____ _____________ . . .
Taxes and assessments______________

Total obligations______________

co n tin u e d

N um ­ Total N um ­ Total N um ­ Total
D epar tmental—C ontinued
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
95 $882, 715
Attorney. ______________________
95 $960,115
G6 $979, 915
4 37,000
4 40,200
4 40,800
Special assistant__________________
Trial attorney.___________ ______
13 117,600
14 137,800
14 139, 800
9,400
Section head._______ ___________
1
1 10,200
1 10, 400
8, 800
1
1
9,800
Appraiser_______________________
9, 600
1
Administrative officer____________
1
8,800
1
9,800
1
9, 600
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
127
134
Attorney______________________
135
1,006,600
1,184, 840
1,174, 200
Trial attorney---- ___------ -------------33 259,000
32 282,120
33 284,480
1
7,600
Administrative officer___________
1
1
8, 560
8,360
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
65 431,000
Attorney______ _________________
61 444, 840
61 454,840
29 215,160
Trial attorney----------------------------15 100,200
25 182,600
1
1
6,400
1
7, 240
Administrative officer____________
7, 240
2 15, 280
2 13,600
2 14,880
Administrative assistant__ _____
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
39 218, 200
40 249, 600
Attorney________________________
40 243, 600
4 22,000
4 24, 960
Trial attorney (preparer-general). . .
4 24,160
1
1
5,400
1
6,140
Research analyst___ ____________
5, 940
1
6,000
1
1
Accounting and auditing an aly st.. .
6, 740
6, 540
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
3 15,000
5 27, 875
Attorney________________________
3 16, 500
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
34 161, 675
31 165, 885
31 162, 260
Attorney______ . . . .
. . . ____ 8 37,050
8 42,105
Trial attorney (preparer-general)
8 41,105
1
4,975
1
1
5, 685
Confidential clerk-----------------------5, 560
1
1
5,100
1
5, 810
Executive assistant___________ _
5,685
1
4,850
5, 435
Research analyst___
______ __
1
1
5,310
1
1
Assistant administrative officer . . .
4,600
5,310
1
5,185
1
1
1
Administrative assistant__________
4,600
5,185
5,310
8 40, 085
8 35, 475
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
8 39, 335
55 219,875
50 226, 400
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955
51 225, 505
54 233,405
53 204, 850
54 228,055
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
144 563, 665
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______ 142 494, 700
142 543, 720
175 609,304
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______ 166 519,490
173 592, 635
86 270, 395
214,
625
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
77
87 267, 425
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
20 58, 840
14 37, 260
20 58,040
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
5 15, 430
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230.. __
5 13, 610
5 15,030
22 62, 010
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,0.32______
19 46, 670
22 60, 970
1
2, 770
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840______
1
2, 330
1
2,700

$5, 418
GS-8.4

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

01

se r v ic e s—

Deduct lapses_________________ _______

Direct Obligations

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

perso nal

1951 actual

Salaries and Expenses, General Administration, Justice—Con.
d e t a il

of

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

N u m ­• Total N um - Total N um - Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1 $17,500
5 75,000

1 $17, 500
5 75,000

1 $17,500
5 75,000

6
1

6
1

6
1

67,200
11,200

36 374,950
2 20,330
10 105, 750
1 11,000

72,600
12,200

36 403,500
2 21,930
10 114,000
1 11,800

73,200
12,200

35 398,450
2 21,930
10 115,000
1 11,800

All personal services, departmental .
Field:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Assistant Attorney General.................
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney---------------------------- -------Trial attorney---------------------Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney________________________
Trial attorney-----------------------------Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney______ -_ -------------------Trial attorney____________________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney________________ ______
Trial attorney.--------------------Expert appraiser. _ _____________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney________________________
Trial attorney (preparer-general). _.
Administrative assistant--------------Investigator----------------- -----------Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney________________________
Trial attorney (preparer-general) __.
Research analyst_________________
Expert appraiser--------------- --------Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370--------Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955--------Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545--------Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160--------Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655--------Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430--------Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032--------Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840--------Total permanent, field....... ................
Deduct lapses...................................................
N et permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)................. ................

881
4. 859, 420

1,038

1,043
6,254, 837

6, 379,140

50,000
2, 500
20,000
21, 940

50,000
2,500
20,000
22, 510

59, 466
2, 052
18, 637
2, 364

1,500

1,500

4, 941, 939

6,350,777

6,475, 650

1

15,000

1

15,000

1

15,000

4
5

42,000
54,000

4
5

45,450
57,000

4
5

45, 700
57, 250

6
9

56,800
84,600

6
9

61,800
91,800

6
9

62,400
93, 200

14 115,309
16 130,000

14 125, 240
17 150, 520

14 126,840
16 144, 760

5 36,600
27 185,320
6,600
1

9 68,160
26 195,760
1
7,440

9 69,160
35 263,210
7,440
1

11 61,600
19 111, 200
6,200
1
6,200
1

10 61,400
34 210,360
6, 940
1
6, 940
1

10 62,600
33 207, 220
1
6,940
6, 940
1

9,950
2
5 24,250
4,850
1
5,350
1
4,700
1
29,150
7
4 15,675
38 137,295
82 257, 549
36 102, 840
9 22, 850

4 20,490
5 26,800
1 . 5,310
5,810
1
5,120
1
8 36,140
4 17,305
38 151,100
79 273, 663
28 87, 800
6 17, 060

4 20,990
5 27,300
5, 435
1
1
5,810
1
5, 245
8 36,765
4 17,680
38 154,225
106 363, 708
28 89, 640
6 17,380

5,064
2
1
2,120
309
1, 533, 072
39 184,250

5, 824
2
1
2, 420
316
1, 758, 652
21 114, 284

2
5,904
1
2,490
350
1, 921, 232
29 156, 072

270

295

321

1,348, 822

1, 644,368

1, 765,160

1953

d e t a il

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s

— co n tin u e d

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

$73, 675
22, 425

$76, 000
15, 000
5,810

$76, 000
15, 000
6,420

All personal services, field.

1, 444, 922

1, 741,178

1, 862, 580

Personal services_________

6,386, 861

8, 091, 955

8,338, 230

6,353,168

8, 091, 955

8,338, 230

8, 091, 955

8,338, 230

Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment____________
Temporary employment__________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base..

01

d e t a il

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations___________________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts__________

33, 693

Total of foregoing schedule..

6, 386, 861

Salaries and Expenses, Antitrust Division, Justice—
o b l ig a t io n s

Object classification

by

o bjects

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s—

1951 actual

614
7
585

546
4
500

614
4
552

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________

$5,646
GS-9.0

$6,132
GS-8.9

$6, 267
GS-9.0

$2,549
CPC-3.1

$2, 869
CPC-3.1

$2, 929
GS-3.1

Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions........... ................ .
Part-time and temporary positions___
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base..
Paym ent above basic rates___ ______

:, 233,873
38,804
4,411

$3,009, 240
19, 500
11,600
4, 500

$3,320,340
30, 500
12, 500
4, 500

Total personal service obligations..

3, 277,088

3,044, 840

3,367, 840

3, 216,865
113,436
2,936
33, 507
49, 240
88,072
92, 056
26,976
39,945
661

3, 044, 840
100, 000
3,000
35, 000
10,160
90,000
100,000
27, 000
22, 200

3, 367,840
100,000
3.000
35,000
10,160
90, 000
100, 000
20, 000
20, 000
4.000

3,663, 694

3, 433, 000

3, 750, 000

Direct Obligations

01
02
03
04
05
06
07

Personal services_________
Travel___________________
Transportation of things__
Communication services__
Rents and utility services...
Printing and reproduction..
Other contractual services..
Supplies and materials____
09 Equipment..
15 Taxes and assessments..
Total direct obligations..
Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

60, 223
2,645

Total obligations payable out of
reimbursements from other ac­
counts_________________________

62, 868

Obligations incurred..

D E T A IL OF P E R S O N A L

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Assistant Attorney General_______ _
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
First assistant., __________ _____
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney____ _ _______ __ __ . . .
Economist____ _________ ________
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney____ ________ __________ Economist
______ _________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney___ ____________________
Special attorney______________ _
Economist_______________________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney_________________ _____
Economist__ __________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
A tto rn ey ...
__________________
Economist___ __________________
9 5 0 5 0 0 — 5 2 ---------2 3

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3, 433, 000

3, 726, 562

3, 750, 000

SERVICES

Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct lapses_________ _ . . .

302 1, 762,013
22 126, 489

268 1,675,208
25 158,738

302 1, 953,103
24 246, 493

280 1, 635, 524

243 1,516,470

278 1, 706, 610

28, 345
1, 611

10,000
1,000
5,830

21, 000
1,000
6, 400

N et permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary). _
Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary positions. ________ .
W. A. E. employment- .
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay __________ _

20
4
2
13
12
26
31
24
6

$94,875
19,775
8, 650
51,975
45,400
91,225
97,445
67,440
15,420

15
4
2
13
12
25
26
24
5

$78, 525
21,990
9, 490
57,165
50,165
95, 875
89, 990
74,880
14,390

1
9

2, 930
22, 828

1
9

3, 230
25, 688

All personal services, departmental
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
A ttorney-..
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
A tto rn ey ...
___
Economist __
Transportation rate analyst Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney. __ _ _ _ . . .
Economist... . . . . _ _
Transportation rate analyst____ .
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney. ____
._ . __
E con om ist___ _ . . . _
Transportation rate analyst _
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
A ttorney.. ___ __ _______
Economist_______ ______
Transportation rate examiner____
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
A ttorney._ __ . . . _________ _____
Economist _
_ __ __ _
Transportation rate examiner____
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370 _
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545 __ _
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160 __ ..
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032 _

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

N um ­■ Total
ber salary

N um - Total
ber salary

Num - Total
ber salary

1

$15,000

Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)
_ -_ . __ ..
Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employm ent... _. _ __ . . .
W. A. E. employment.-_
___ _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay_____ _____
_ _ _ _

01

1951 actual

1

$15,000

i

$15,000

1

11, 200

1

12, 200

1

12, 200

22
1

236,250
11,000

17
1

196, 600
11,800

22
1

253,350
11,800

33
6

303,000
55,400

27
6

269,800
60,200

33
6

332, 000
61, 2C0

27
1
7

213,000
8, 200
56,400

20
1
7

175,200
8, 960
62,120

27
1
7

237, 520
9,160
63,120

24
2

159,600
13,400

22
2

161, 480
14,880

24
2

179,160
15,080

28
1

156,000
5,600

26
1

159,440
6,140

28
1

176,120
6,340

1953 estimate

N um ­• Total N um ­■ Total N um ­- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

Total permanent, field__
Deduct lapses___
_
___

01 Personal services.
02 Travel__________

1952 estimate

Departmental—Continued
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney_______________ _______
Economist_____ . _
___
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370_____
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955____
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545 ___
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160____
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655 .
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430 ___
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $ 3 , 2 3 0 . _ .
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032

S u m m a ry of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______

c o n tin u e d

20 :$105, 950
4
22,365
2
9, 740
13
58, 665
12
51, 540
26 101,910
31 107, 705
24
76, 400
6
17,300
1
9

3, 310
26,168

4,011

4, 000

4,000

1, 669, 491

1,537,300

1, 739, 010

14

149, 500

10

116, 250

14

161, 200

17
2
1

154, 400
19, 600
8, 800

17
2
1

169, 000
21, 200
9, 800

17
2
1

171,000
21, 200
9, 800

31
1
2

245, 800
7, 600
15, 800

28
1
2

246, 880
8, 360
17, 520

31
1
2

274, 760
8, 560
17, 720

36
2
2

243,200
13,200
13, 200

35
2
2

260, 400
14,680
14,480

36
2
2

271, 840
14, 880
14, 880

31
2
1

171, 200
12, 400
5, 600

28
2
1

171,320
13,480
6,140

31
2
1

193, 940
13, 680
6,340

35
1
1
1
12
8
24
64
20
2

165, 875
4, 725
4, 725
4,450
47, 450
30, 475
84, 650
205, 440
58, 520
5, 220

23
1
1
1
7
8
20
62
20
2

121, 005
5,185
5,185
4, 995
30,085
33,485
79,250
217, 810
64,840
5,900

35
1
1
1
12
8
24
64
20
2

185, 600
5,310
5,310
5,120
52, 740
34, 360
94, 640
227, 440
65, 88u
6, 060

2

4, 824

2

*»5, 504

2

5, 664

312 1, 676, 654
15
78, 305

278 1,,642, 754
25 149, 984

312 1, 867, 924
42 254,194

297 1, 598,349

253 1, 492, 770

270 1, 613, 730

6.716
2,132

6, 500
2, 000
5, 770

6, 500
2, 000
6,100

400

500

500

All personal services, field___ . . .

1, 607, 597

1, 507, 540

1, 628, 830

Personal services____ . . . ___ _ . . .

3, 277,088

3, 044, 840

3,367, 840

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations- __________ _
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts

3, 216, 865

3, 044, 840

3,367, 840

Total of foregoing schedule . . . ___

3, 277, 088

3, 044, 840

3,367, 840

60, 223

Salaries and Expenses, United States Attorneys and Marshals,
Justice—
o b l ig a t io n s

Object classification

by

o bjects

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

2,300
27
2, 231

2,309
27
2,228

S um m ary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees ----------

2,319
18
2,270

1953

det a il of p e r s o n a l se r v ic e s —

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION— Continued

1951 actual

Salaries and Expenses, United States Attorneys and Marshals,
Justice—Continued
o b l ig a t io n s

by

Object classification

objects—

c o n tin u e d

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

$4,372
GS-6.7

$4,850
GS-6.9

$4,958
GS-6.9

$2,379
CPC-2.6

$2,716
CPC-2.6

$2, 782
CPC-2.6

Pev 'onal service obligations:
Permanent positions.____ ____________
Part-time and temporary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
Payment above basic rates____________

$9,811,905
77,285
113,923

$10,667, 710
113,700
41,550
127,700

$10, 901, 510
113,700
42,500
187,800

Total personal service obligations.. .

10,003,113

10,950,660

11,245, 510

Personal services_____ _____________
Travel-------- -------------- ---------------Transportation of things.....................
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services___________
Printing and reproduction.....................
Other contractual services____ ______
Supplies and materials______________
Equipment________________________
Taxes and assessments_______ ______

10,000,966
1,409,595
12,344
241, 630
9,698
132,200
457, 528
79,481
167,605
3,115

10,950, 660
1,483,640
13,500
246,000
10, 600
186,000
532,900
72,000
135,000
4,700

11,245,510
1,488,640
13,500
246,750
10,600
186,000
510,000
74,000
167,800
7,200

Total direct obligations___________

12,514,162

13,635,000

13,950,000

D irect Obligations

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

01 Personal services__ _______ _________

2,147

Obligations incurred______________

12, 516,309

of

personal

13,635,000

13,950,000

se r v ic e s

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Num - Total Num - Total Num- Total
Field:
ber salary
ber salary
General schedule grades:
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
17 $178,750
17 $193,600
25 $283,000
Attorney____________ _______ _
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
30 275,200
30 298,800
26 261,000
Attorney________________________
8 72,600
8 79,400
8 80,400
Marshal_________________________
5 46,200
5 50,400
5 50,800
Assistant attorney-- _____________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
38 301,300
38 331,380
34 301,940
Attorney____ ____ ________ ____ _
28 222,200
28 244,880
28 248,880
Marshal_______ ________________
25 199,400
25 219,000
25 222,200
Assistant attorney-. _____________
1
8,200
1
9,160
Administrative assistant__________
1
9,160
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
9 61,800
9 68,560
9 68,760
Attorney_____________ ___________
56 377,600
56 416,440
56 424,040
Marshal________
_____________
78 581,720
78 528,400
78 591,120
Assistant attorney________________
2
13,200
2 14,480
2 14,880
Chief deputy marshal............. ...........
1
8,040
1
7,200
Administrative assistant . . . _____
1
8,160
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
1
5,400
1
5,940
Marshal___________________ _____
1
6,140
162
Assistant attorney-............................... 164
147
952,200
1,035,080
966, 980
7 43,200
7 47,180
Chief deputy marshal______ _____ _
7 47,980
1
6,400
1
6,940
1
6,940
Office deputy marshal____________
1
6,340
1
5,800
Administrative assistant__________
1
6,540
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
1
5,125
1
5,625
1
5,750
Marshal________ ______ __________
14 70,125
14 77,750
Assistant attorney--. ____________
137 773,625
19 117,375
19 107,250
Chief deputy marshal____________
19 117,875
1
5,250
1
5,750
Office deputy marshal------------------1
6,250
Administrative assistant__ _ _
1
5,750
1
6,250
1
5,875
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
123 662,880
Assistant a tto rn ey _______________ 123 600,550
19 107,390
19 98,275
19 108,390
Chief deputy marshal____________
5 25,300
Field deputy
. ..
4 19,275
4 21,365
4 21,865
Office deputy marshal. .......................
7
39,795
7
36,200
7 40,295
Administrative assistant__________
34 156,425
34 171,080
34 174,330
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370...........
131
606,605
176 808,830
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______ 109 458,925
557
543
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______ 147
2,418,069
576,025
2,425,273
355
350
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160............ 804
2,945,900
1,363, 975
1,394,000
342
335
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655............ 342
1,086,690
1,197, 610
1,192,265
165 533,135
165 541,855
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______ 165 479,235
35
104,890
35
107,210
35
93,270
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
4 10,960
4 11,120
4
9,760
Grade 1. Range $2,500 to $2,980............

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1953 estimate

Num - Total Num - Total N um - Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1
7
10

$3,380
17,124
22,320

1
7
10

$3,680
19,464
25,740

1
7
10

$3,760
19,944
26,370

Deduct lapses.................. ................................

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary________ _____________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary-------------------------------Average g ra d e.-......... ...........................

d et a il

Field—Continued
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 6. Range $3,200 to $3,680______
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032............
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840........ .

1952 estimate

Total permanent, field...................... . 2,319
2,300
2,309
10,101,904
11,116,728
11,409,102
67 289,999
93 449,018
104 507,592

S um m ary of Personal Services— Con.

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

co n tin u ed

N et permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)____ ____________ 2,252
2,205
2,207
9,811,905
10,667,710
10,901,510
Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment______________
34,999
36,800
36,800
Temporary deputy marshals (in lieu of
50,000
50,000
bailiffs)_______ _______ ____________
18,000
12,142
14, 600
14,600
Part-time employment_______________
W. A. E. employment________________
12,144
12,300
12,300
42, 500
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
41, 550
Payment above basic rates:
2,694
2,900
2,900
Overtime and holiday pay____________
900
900
Night-work differential_______________
886
- 3 , 765
-4 ,0 0 0
-4 ,0 00
Living quarters and allowance________
Additional pay for services abroad
114,108
188,000
(Alaska, Hawaii, etc.).............................
127, 900
01

Personal services.................................. .

10,003,113

10, 950,660

11,245, 510

Salaries and Expenses, Claims of Persons of Japanese Ancestry,
Justice—
o b l ig a t io n s

by

objects

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

53
51

49
47

49
47

$4,251
GS-6.4

$4,950
GS-7.1

$5,002
GS-7.1

$2, 252
CPC-3.0

$2,552
CPC-3.0

$2,632
CPC-3.0

01 Personal services:
Permanent positions______________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.
Payment above basic rates________

$212,625
186

$232,550
900
200

$234,150
900
200

Total personal services.. _______
Travel __________________________
Transportation of things____________
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services___________
Printing and reproduction__________
Other contractual services____ ______
Supplies and materials............. ...............
Equipment________________________
Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
Taxes and assessments______________

212,811
2,441
64
1,575
6,555
274
301
3,785
484
98,130
600

233,650
2,500
150
1,600
1,800
300
300
2,000
500
481,000
1,200

235, 250
2.500
150
1,600
900
300
300
2,000
500
500,000
1.500

Obligations incurred............................

327,020

725,000

745,000

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Num - Total
ber salary

Num- Total
ber salary

Object classification

1951 actual

Total number of permanent positions___
Average number of all em ployees......... .
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary. ___________________
Average grade_____________ ______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary___ _________________
Average grade_____________________

02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
13
15

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

1951 actual
Num- Total
Departmental:
ber salary
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney. ________ _______________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney--------- --------- -----------------3 $23,800
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
1
6,800
Attorney________________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
2
10,800
Attorney____ ______________ _____
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
2
9,325
Attorney________________ ________
1
3,825
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
1
3,225
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
31,340
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______ 10
7
19,590
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
1
2,530
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
2,252
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______

1

$11,800

1

$11,800

4

34,440

4

34,640

3

18,620

3

18,820

2

10,245

2

10,370

1
1
6

4,420
3,910
20,680
15,790
5,660

1
1
6
5
2

4,545
4,035
21,080
15,950
5,820

5

2
1

2,552

1

2,632

Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct lapses____ ____ ________________

29
1

113,487
4,930

26
1

128,117
4,047

26
1

129,692
4,622

N et permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)...............
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____

28

108,557

25

124,070
480

25

125,070
480

1953

d e t a il

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s

— co n tin u e d

1951 actual

d e t a il

1952 estimate

Payment above basic rates...........................

$150

$150

$150

All personal services, departmental.

108, 707

124,700

125, 700

2

15,200

2

16,720

2

16,720

5

33,200

3

22,520

3

22,920

5
1

24,000
3,825

6

31,360

6

31,360

2

6,200

1
2

1
2

9

27,395

8

1

3,795
7,070
27,240
3,350

1

3,795
7,070
27,720
3,430

Total permanent, field____________
Deduct la p s e s ...______________________

24
1

109,820
5,752

23
1

112,055
3,575

23
1

113,015
3,935

N et permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)____
__ ______
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base. __
Paym ent above basic rates__ ____ ______

23

104,068

22

108,480
420
50

22

109,080
420
50

01

36

8

All personal services, field .................

104,104

108,950

109, 550

Personal services___________ _____

212, 811

233, 650

235, 250

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Salaries and Expenses, Federal Bureau of Investigation—
o b l ig a t io n s

Object classification

by

objects

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

S u m m ary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______

11,945
4
11, 535

16,359
4
15, 799

15, 435
4
14, 910

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary___________ ____ _
Average grade.... ......................................

$4, 410
GS-7.1

$4,688
GS-7.0

$4, 813
GS-7.0

Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions __________ _____ _
Part-time and temporary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
Paym ent above basic rates ___________

$51, 533, 972
15, 231
4, 606, 242

$74, 319,889
15, 000
300,143
3, 020,826

$72, 035, 077
15. 000
275, 258
497, 656

Total personal service obligations..

56,155, 445

77, 655,858

72, 822, 991

55, 465,760
3, 805, 461
606, 018
1, 301, 363
805, 774
214, 528
1, 303, 791
1,891, 592
3, 733, 624
2. 424
40,130

77, 655, 858
4, 912, 602
550, 021
1, 682,038
95, 704
128, 652
1, 666, 056
1, 765, 799
1, 221, 017

72,822, 991
4, 844,840
548,165
1, 478, 620
156, 508
128, 226
1, 470,112
1, 714, 650
918, 720

222, 253
100. 000
90,000, 000

217,168
100, 000
84, 400, 000

Direct Obligations

01 Personal services ..................... ....... .........
02 Travel... _________________________
03 Transportation of things____________
04 Communication services .....................
05 Rents and utility services......................
06 Printing and reproduction....................
07 Other contractual services............ .........
08 Supplies and materials....... ...................
09 Equipm ent.______ ________________
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
15 Taxes and assessments____ _________
Reserve for emergencies....... ..........................
Total direct obligations....................

69,170, 465

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

01
02
04
08

689, 685
69, 739
28, 259
6, 719

Personal services_____ _____________
Travel
_________________________
Communication services
Supplies and materials
.
Total obligations payable out of
reimbursements from other ac­
counts
Obligations incurred_____
d e t a il

______
of

794, 402

perso nal

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84, 400,000

se r v ic e s

1951 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Director.______ ____________________
Associate director......................................

90, 000,000

69, 964, 867

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

N u m ­• Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1 $20,000

1 $20,000

1

17,500

perso nal

1 $20,000

1

17,500

se r v ic e s—

1951 actual

1953 estimate

Num - Total Num - Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney________________________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney____
___ ______
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney____ ___
__ . ______
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545........ .
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430____ __

of

c o n tin u e d

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Departmental—Continued
Num - Total Num- Total Num- Total
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 18. Rate of $14,800:
Assistant to the Director__________
2 $29,600
2 $29,600
Grade 17. Range $13,000 to $13,800:
Assistant director____ _____ ___
6 78,000
6
78,000
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
Assistant to the director . . .
1 $11,200
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Assistant director.._ __ ..............
6 64,500
Inspector______ _____ ____
1 10,750
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Inspector
_________ _
20 199,911
18 166,772
20 202,453
12 106,484
21 206,000
Senior administrative officer*.........
20 199,628
Technical specialist______________
1
8,800
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
196
Senior administrative officer______ 143
200
1,110, 564
1,670,547
1, 738, 654
Technical specialist____ . . _
13 101,898
7 59,501
8
68,663
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
126 858,052
125 939,379
Administrative officer___________
93 710,732
Technical specialist______________
41 308,810
41 285,289
39 298,914
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
12 73,553
Administrative officer_______ _ .
15 84,810
14 88,358
12 74,627
Technical specialist_____
__
9 49,696
10 63,832
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
10 58,718
4 21,549
9 53,620
Junior administrative officer______
1
6,125
Translator, _ _ ___________ _
1
5,500
1
6,250
Technical specialist-._
5 26,418
»
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
18 98,712
14 70,532
18 100,879
Senior administrative assistant____
Technician___ _
16 83,519
15 71,775
16 85,592
19 91,301
17 75,653
24 116,828
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370_____
98 442,761
99 417,441
108 502,739
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955.
151 627,983
139 548,148
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545...
136 574,997
344
331
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______ 355
1,265, 610
1, 221, 221
1,233, 515
1,354
841
1,233
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655.
4,338, 527
2, 751,062
3, 693,895
1,447
1,194
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______ 1,083
4, 275,509
2 , 886, 910
3, 551,290
1,739
2,339
Grade 2 . Range $2,750 to $3,230______ 966
4, 785,989
2,408,905
6, 554,393
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
4,025
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,900
1
3,635
1
3,325
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035______
1
3,735
4 13,277
4 12,214
5 16,890
Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3,680..........
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3 454
1
2,834
7 22,110
8 24,662
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
10 28,573
8
22,243
5 14,300
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____
6
15,949
Ungraded positions at annual rates:
Rates of $4,600 and above:
Associate director
1 14,000
Positions at hourly rates:
53 148,799
26 80,735
47 135,828
Rates equivalent to less than $4,600—.
5, 714
5,497
Total permanent, departmental___ 4,368
19,962, 246
19, 242, 914
14, 488,417
199
189
154
603, 281
518,476
297,936

Deduct lapses_______________________

N et permanent, departmental (av­
5,515
5,308
erage number, net salary)_______ 4,214
19,358, 965
18, 724, 438
14,190,481
77, 289
70,297
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base .
Payment above basic rates:
4,850
1,080, 958
Overtime and holiday p a y ... ________
1,457,511
242,099
216,914
Night-work differential_________ ____ _
104, 707
All personal services, departmental.
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 17. Range $13,000 to $13,800:
Assistant director _
______
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Inspector _ . .
. ........... ...........
Special agent-in-charge_____ ______
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Special agent-in-charge___________
Assistant special agent-in-charge___
Special agent.
. . . ___
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Special agent-in-charge___________
Assistant special agent-in-charge___
Special agent---- ------------------------

15, 752,699

20, 734,126

19,041,684

1

13,000

1

13,000

1
3

1

11,800
34,568

3

34,467

10,750
32,185

3

44 403,351
5 45,823
7 63,009

45 449,479
6
59,345
8 78,884

45 456,464
6 59,714
12 117,420

6 46,890
46 367,909
351
2, 701,085

5 43,927
47 411,270
527
4,443,058

5 44,414
47 418,298
609
5, 283, 489

Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
2 14,000
Assistant special agent-in-charge___
Special agent------------------------------- 1,959
13,310,386
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Special agent........................................ 1,038
5, 706,924
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Special agent------- ------------ ----------- 1,352
6,816,919
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
3 14,269
Special agent____________________
44 223,224
Special employee_________________
51 226,996
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370--------Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955--------- 225 943,553
42 160,356
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545..........
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160............ 238
801,941
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655............ 959
2,913,864

1,815
1,933
14,553,789
13, 562,170
1,602

1,080
6,510,424

9,685,227

3,359
2,251
12,584,463
18, 523,911
4 20,580
4 20,615
67 363,993
72 396,249
122 590,462
179 874,802
165 719,101
71 313,194
76 310,913
97 396,334
324
316
1,182,888
1,183,796
1,495
1,371
4,883,567
4,563,099

1953

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D E T A IL OF P E R S O N A L

Salaries and Expenses, Federal Bureau of Investigation—Con.
d e t a il

of

se r v ic e s—

perso nal

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Crafts, protective,
Grade 8 . Range
Grade 6 . Range
Grade 5. Range
Grade 4. Range
Grade 3. Range

1951 actual

and custodial grades:
$3,740 to $4,490--------$3,200 to $3,680______
$2,974 to $3,454--------$2,750 to $3,230______
$2,552 to $3,032______

973
$2,981,029
331
917,277

663
1,024
$1,854, 444
$3,102,065
597
461
3,437,129
1,268,889
1
2
1
5
2

3,400
5,960
2,754
13,250
4,904

1
3
1
3
2

1
3
1
4

3,740
9,680
3,134
8,890
5,424

1

3,865
9,920
3,214
11,720
2,712

9,938
10,645
Total permanent, field............... ......... 7,577
54, 928,571
56,615,162
38,125,275
340
366
260
Deduct lapses............................................ .
1,654,238
1,617,932
781,784
N et permanent, field (average num­
10,279
9, 598
ber, net salary)_________________ 7,317
53,310,639
54,960,924
37,343,491
Part-time and temporary positions: Tem ­
15,000
15,000
15,231
porary employment--------------------------222,854
204,961
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
Payment above basic rates:
43,566
1,518, 286
2,832,711
Overtime and holiday pay-----------------83,725
81,252
102,568
Night-work differential___ ___________
123,416
123,416
108,745
Additional pay for service abroad--------All personal services, field-------------

40,402,746

56,921,732

53,781,307

Personal services____ ____________

56,155,445

77,655,858

72,822,991

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations------ --------- --------- .
Reimbursable obligations

55,465,760
689,685

77,655,858

72,822,991

Total of foregoing schedule............... .

56,155,445

77,655,858

72,822,991

01

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
Salaries and Expenses, Immigration and Naturalization Service—
OBLIG ATIO NS

Object classification
Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees-----------Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary----------- ----------------Average grade______
- - - ____
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary..------- ---------------------Average grade----------------- -----------Ungraded positions: Average salary----01 Personal services:
Permanent positions----- ------------Part-time and temporary positions._
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base
_____ ________________
Payment above basic rates............
Payments to other agencies for re­
imbursable details---------- -----------

BY OBJECTS

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

7, 227
337
6,894

7,285
280
7,301

7,869
164
7,592

$4,043
GS- 6.2

$4,425
GS-6.2

$4,478
GS- 6.2

$3,078
CPC-5.4
$2,850

$3,404
CPC-5.4
$2, 900

$3,415
CPC-5.5
$2,900

25,907,998
861,641

30,377, 700
849, 500

32, 448,600
530.300

2, 228, 517

121, 200
2,350,100

133.300
2, 419,800

1951 actual

17, 262

30, 500

30, 500

Total personal services-----------02 Travel
________ - _______ ___
03 Transportation of things---- ---------04 Communication services____________
05 Rents and utility services -........... .........
06 Printing and reproduction------- -------07 Other contractual services__________
Services performed by other agencies.
08 Supplies and materials-------------09 E q u ip m en t...-------------------------------13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities---15 Taxes and assessments----- --------------Unvouchered---------- ----------------- --------

29,015,418
1, 705, 207
183, 208
281, 736
532,428
194, 222
1,618,172
223,434
1,098, 275
753,049
14, 734
21, 282
11, 995

33,729,000
2, 709,000
134,600
279,800
201, 700
132, 000
1,783,400
498,300
1,126,000
678, 200
14, 700
87, 700

35, 562,500
4,997,800
134,600
304,000
178,400
132, 000
1,600,100
509.300
1,411, 500
678.300
14, 700
241, 200

20,000

20,000

Subtotal----------------- ------------------Deduct charges for quarters and subsist­
ence
- ___ ___ _______ ________

35,653,160

41,394,400

45, 784,400

Total obligations-------------------------

35,633,250

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co n tin u e d

1951 actual

Field—Continued
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430---------

SER VICES

19,910

21,000

41,373,400 I

21,000

45, 763,400

N um ­ Total Num - Total N um - Total
ber salary
ber salary
Departmental:
ber salary
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
1 $15,000
Commissioner___________________
1 $15,000
1 $15,000
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
1
12,000
D eputy commissioner--------------1 12,000
11,200
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
6
66,300
Assistant commissioner..................
3 33,650
31,000
1 11,800
1
11,800
General counsel-----------------------10, 750
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:_.
9, 800
Assistant commissioner________
9.000
1
9,800
9.800
Operations adviser_____________
8,800
1
10,000
10, 000
Assistant general counsel............ .
9.000
1
9,800
9,600
Attorney------------- ------ -----------8,800
9.800
Chief examiner------ -----------------8,800
15
144,400
Chief of branch.---------------------2 19,800
Chief of section________________
2 18,000
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
34, 840
35, 240
Operations adviser_____________
31, 800
25.180
51,310
Chief of section________________
46, 400
42, 600
51, £60
Attorney--------------------------------38, 400
9, 360
9.360
Supervising engineer___________
8, 400
8 , 560
8.360
Administrative analyst________
7,600
42,
200
Advisory officer_______________
8.360
Investigator___________________
9.360
2 17,770
Assistant chief of section_______
16,200
1
8,610
Chief inspector, immigration___
7, 800
1
8,610
Chief examiner, naturalization...
7,800
2 16,720
Chief of branch________________
Grade 12 . Range $7,040 to $8,040:
5 36,400
45, 240
41,000
Chief of section___________________
46,340
35, 600
Unit supervisor__________________
2 14,880
22,120
Attorney________________________
19,800
2 14,480
21, 820
19,600
Administrative analyst___________
7,240
Placement and training officer_____
6,600
65, 760
Adjudications examiner___________
60, 000
64, 960
43, 240
Investigator_____________________
39, 000
14, 280
Assistant chief of branch__________
7,640
Inspection examiner______________
35,
200
Deportation examiner____________
7,040
Research analyst_________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
2 12,280
2
11, 800
Unit supervisor__________________
19, 820
2 13,880
2 12, 400
Attorney------------------------------------48 299,120
Adjudications examiner___________
48 270, 800
6.140
1
Training officer__________________
6.940
1
6, 940
Parole examiner__________________
6.400
6.140
1
5.940
5.400
Budget analyst__________________
1
6.140
30,100
Research analyst_________________
27,200
6,140
....
5,600
Administrative analyst___________
6.940
6.940
Deportation officer_______________
6,200
12, 280
3 18,420
11,000
Fiscal analyst____________________
1
6.140
5.940
5, 400
Chief of section___________________
5 29, 900
Assistant chief of branch__________
52, 920
8
1
6,140
5, 600
Inspection examiner______________
63, 800
1
6,140
10
5, 600
Deportation examiner____________
1
6,940
6,400
Detention officer_________________
4 23,760
Naturalization examiner__________
13, 480
Investigator_____________________
2 12.200
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
6,000
5,375
Assistant chief of section._________
22, 625
20. 625
Investigator_____________________
11,300
10, 250
Training officer__________________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
3 16,305
2
10, 995
9,950
Chief of section.--------------------------10, 370
5,185
2
1
4.600
Assistant chief of section__________
5,310
1
1
5,185
4.600
Administrative assistant__________
2
10, 745
2
10,495
9,450
Statistician______________________
2
10,370
2
10, 370
9, 325
Placement assistant______________
1
5, 310
1
5,310
4, 725
Engineering assistant_____________
2
10,370
10, 245
2
9, 325
Classification analyst_____________
2
10,120
Instructor_______________________
1
5,185
1
5, 060
4,600
Fiscal officer_____________________
1
5, 810
1
5, 810
5.350
Editor__________________ ________
1
5,810
5,810
1
5.350
Radio engineer___________ _______
1
5,060
5,060
1
5.350
Budget analyst.--------------------------1
5, 810
5, 810
1
5, 225
Records retirement officer_________
1
5. 810
5.350
Liaison officer-----------------------------25, 925
23, 625
Legal examiner__________________
22, 240
20,025
Adjudications examiner.----- --------52,325
10
Inspection examiner--------------------5 29,050
Naturalization examiner--------------4 20, 240
Deportation officer_______________
3 14, 860
4 19, 230
4 17, 550
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370-------148, 015
33 144, 715
34 134, 675
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955-------11 46,395
10 41,325
10 37, 500
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545_____
62 234. 945
63 233,930
63 212, 800
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160-------100 342,125
118 395,600
118 357,650
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655-------193 614,150
232 715,000
232 638, 480
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430_____
128 376,830
142 404,400
142 358,620
Grade 2 . Range $2,750 to $3,230-------Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
3, 520
1
3, 440
1
3,060
Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3,680_____
2
6,140
2
5,980
2
5, 300
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230-------►
56,
586
20
23
63,
576
23
56,
036
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____
13 33,680
13 32, 950
13
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840_____
Positions at hourly rates: Rates equiv­
26.124
9 26,124
9 25,646
alent to less than $4,600_____________
Total permanent, departmental___

820
2,947,587

820
3, 272, 235

731
3,039,140

1953

d e t a il

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s—

1951 actual

c o n tin u e d

1952 estimate

d e t a il

a

p

s

e

s

.

______

N et permanent, departm ental..___

63 $238,378

Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160......... .
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230**4*..

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588,928
123,115
12, 230

27, 500
13, 200

27, 500
13, 200

17, 262

5,200

6,200

3,450,744

3,900,000

3,350,900

All personal services, departmental.

Patrol inspector................, ....... .........
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370.S,_*..

23 $99,040
708
2,940,100
352,300
12,600

% 709, 209

Temporary employment, departmental.__
Regular pay in exeess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic ratest
Overtime and holiday pay____________
Night-work differential_______
____
Payment to other agencies for reimburs­
able details................. ...................................

Field:
Gerteral schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
District director________
_____
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
District director______ ._
District administrative officer___
District enforcement officer___
Associate district director____
—_ ________
District counsel__
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
District d ir e c to r ...______
District adjudications officer______
District enforcement officer_____
District counsel and adjudication
officer_______________ _ _
District administrative officer_____
District counsel___________ _____
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
District adjudications officer____
District administrative officer_____
Assistant
district
enforcement
officer_____ _________ _______
Officer in charge___________
Chief of section _______ _______
District enforcement officer______
District counsel and adjudications
officer_________________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
District counsel and adjudications
officer^... ___________________
Assistant adjudications officer_____
District administrative officer____
Officer in charge
____
Assistant officer in charge. „ . _
Chief of section _ _ ________
Assistant chief of section__________
Director of training school________
Deportation e x a m in e r (hearing
officer)____ __________________
Unit supervisor__________________
Naturalization examiner__________
Doctor__________________________
Aircraft pilot_________ _______
Patrol inspector__________________
Instructor_______________________
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Officer in charge___
__________
Assistant officer in charge___ _____
Chief of section. _________________
Assistant chief of section__________
U nit supervisor___ ____________
Investigator_______ ____________
Patrol inspector_______________ __
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
District administrative officer_____
Officer in charge ___ _________ _
Assistant officer in charge_________
Chief of section_____ __________
Assistant chief of section.__________
Deportation and parole officer_____
Passport officer___ ______ _____
B. S. I. chairman________________
Personnel assistant_______________
Instructor_______ _______________
Attorney____________ ______ ____
Unit supervisor____ . . . __________
Naturalization examiner_______ . .
Adjudicator____ ____ ____________
Investigator.. . . ...............................

26 $102,235
794
3,170,000
671, 500
12,600

757

7

75,250

7

7
1
4
1

1

10,200

4

39,800

4

1

10,200

1

1

65,600
9,400
36,400
9,400
8,800

1

9,600

2
2
12

17,200
17,000
98,000

2
18,720
2
18,720
12 106,720

1
2

7,600
8,400
15,200

1
11

8,360
9,360
91,960

1
11

8,360
9,360
91,960

10
4

70,400
26,600

10
4

77,600
29,560

10
4

78,800
30,160

1
12
14
1

7,200
84,600
98,200
6,400

1
8,040
12 93,280
14 107,960
1
7,240

2

12,800

1

1

6,000

7

1

2
1

81,100
71,400

14,080
6,740

7

81,350

7

71,600
10.400
40,000
10,400
9,600

1

1

2
18,720
2
18,720
12 108,120
1

1
8,040
12 94,080
14 108,960
1
7,240
2
1

14,080
6,740

9 54,200
7 42,400
31 192.400
10 59,800
33 203,600
7 41,600
1
6,400

7 46,780
31 210,140
10 65,800
33 223,820
7 45,380
1
6,940

7 47,380
33 223,420
10 66,400
32 219,170
7 45,780
1
6,940

99 542,000
4 24,200
2
11,800

99 604,645
4 26,360
2 13,080
62,200
79,680
6,740

126 769,450
4 26,360
2 13,680
2 11,880
10 63,200
12 79,880
1
6,940

54 330,000
14 83,625
5 29,375
3 17,250
2 11,750
72 429,100
8 47,000

53 325,850
14 84,375
5 29,375
3 17,500
2 11,950
70 422,900
8 47,500

10
12

56.200
72,600

1

6,200

54 302,125
14 76,250
5 26,875
3 15,625
2 10,750
72 390,625
8 42,750

10

12
1

perso nal

2 10,870
2
9,575
2 10,620
26 146,435
26 133,225
26 145,685
4 22,990
4 22,865
4 20,900
4 22,115
4 22,115
4 20,275
6 32,485
6 31,985
6 28,975
33 180,105
34 166,525
34 182,915
1
5,060
1
4,600
1
5,060
30 161,675
31 163,485
31 147,850
1
5,810
1
5,225
1
5,810
2 10,495
2 10,245
2
9,325
3 17.430
3 17,430
3 16,050
2
11,620
2
11,620
2 10,700
144 8 "!9,495
148 837,380
148 767,550
76
394,935
71 369,885
71 337,225
540
730
540
3,896, 970
2, 889,025
2,626, 000
18 101,580
18 100,455
18 91,800
316
320
301
1,629,200
1, 416,450
1,637,400
1,605
1, 585
1, 696
7,653, 500
7, 493,900
7, 711,875
392
680
301
2,807.800
1, 544, 900
1, 059, 700
113 452,800
114 451,865
114 413,275
913
940
903
3,302, 960
3,192, 695
2, 873, 005
843
910
837
2,942,380
2, 709,330
2,422,210
251 722,730
247 723?600
228 586,280

se r v ic e s—

co n tin u e d

1951 actual

1953 estimate

Num* Total Num* Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Deduct l

of

Field—Continued
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 10. Range $4,565 to $5,690_____
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $5,275______
Grade 8 . Range $3,740 to $4,865______
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,335______
Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3,920______
Grade 5.
Grade 4.
Grade 3.
Grade 2 .

Range $2,974 to $3,694______
Range $2,750 to $3,470______
Range $2,552 to $3,272______
Range $2,420 to $3,050______

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
10 $47,375
11 47,775
21 84,150
67 235,275
340
1, 086,000
50 138,660
91 250,950
49 123,148
25 57,410

10 $51,900
11 52,275
21 92,165
67 258,305
340
1,192,600
50 155,710
91 280,010
49 138,908
25 65,540

10 $52,275
13 60,950
28 118,845
77 296,100
407
1,414, 200
62 196,128
93 289,300
53 151,096
25 66,870

6, 465
Total permanent, field____________ 6, 407
7,138
28, 245,493
25, 590, 213
31,344,694
607
238
418
2. 391, 424
1,037, 793
1,836.194

Deduct lapses_________________________

N et permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)___ _____________ 5,800
6 , 227
6, 720
23,198, 789
27, 207, 700
29, 508. 500
272, 713
Part-time and temporary positions______
178,000
178, 000
Payment to other agencies for reimburs­
able details. _______ _______ ______
25, 300
25, 300
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
108,600
120, 700
Payment above basic rates:
232, 200
262, 900
Overtime and holiday pay____________
203, 702
Night-work differential. _____________
241,770
266, 200
305,200
Nonreimbursable overtime (act of Mar.
2, 1931)____________________________
788, 093
860, 000
860, 000
Reimbursable overtime (act of Mar. 2,
695,123
765, 600
765, 600
1931).— .
_____________________
97,900
97, 900
Foreign pay differential_______ _____
85, 993
Cash allowances for heat, light, and
quarters (act of June 26, 1930, foreign
87, 500
87, 500
78,491
service) _________________ _ ______
All personal services, field________

25, 564, 674

29, 829, 000

32, 211, 600

Personal services____ ____________

29,015, 418

33, 729, 000

35, 562, 500

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule a$e distributed as follows:
Direct obligations__________ _________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts---------------

28, 267, 729

32, 900, 000

34, 733, 500

747, 689

829, 000

829, 000

Total of foregoing schedule________

29, 015, 418

33, 729, 000

35, 562, 500

*
01

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
Salaries and Expenses, Bureau of Prisons—
O B L IG A T IO N S

Object classification

BY O B J E C T S

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

3,983

3,999

BU R E A U OF PRISONS

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees________
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_______________ _____
Average grade. ___________ __ _
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average s a la r y .__________ _____ _
Average grade_______ _______ _____
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions _____________
Part-time and temporary positions _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.
Payment above basic rates ______
Total personal services_____ -. .
02 T r a v e l...________________ ____ - 03 Transportation of things_________ . 04 Communication services____________
05 Rents and utility services.................... 06 Printing and reproduction................... .
07 Other contractual services. - ........ _. T. .
08 Supplies and materials.................. -1^..
09 E q u ip m e n t..____ 11 Grants, subsidies, and contributions._
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
15 Taxes and assessments_____________
Subtotal
___________________
Deduct charges for quarters and subsistObligations incurred ____________

3,938
14
3,806

12

12

3, 813

3, 809

$4,384
GS-6.9

$4,509
GS-6.9

$4, 270
GS-5.8

$3,619
CPC-7.3

$4,028
CPC-7.3

$2,999
CPC-3.9

$14,590,675
57, 538
20,980
456,955
15,126,148
214,035
102,489
84,132
717,710
40,306
194,689
5,121,743
361,750
103,014
2,421
1,749
22,070,186

$16,128,600
46,000
97, 400
523,000
16,795,000
215.000

$16,383,000
46.000
69.000
523,000
17,021,000

111.000

126,000
84.000
792.000
40.000

259,002
21,811,184

84.000
762.000
40.000

220,000

220.000

220.000

6,801,100
280,900

6,427,100
280,900

110,000

121,000

5.000
9.000
24,433,000

5.000
9.000
25,346,000

261,000
24,172,000

261, 000
25,085,000

1953

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM—Continued

d e t a il

of

perso nal

Salaries and Expenses, Bureau of Prisons—Continued
o b l ig a t io n s

by

o bjects

Object classification
a llo c a t io n t o p u b l ic h e a l t h

b u r e a u o f p r iso n s—

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

197
191

213
206

218
209

$3,959
GS-6.9

$4,398
GS-7.0

$4, 526
GS-7.1

$1,009,316
49, 019

$1, 170, 725
62, 715

$1, 216,179
62,712

1,300
9,780

3,300
10, 960

2,179
10, 930

1,069,415
12,690
17, 520
103
144

1, 247, 700
9,500
11,400

1, 292,000

1,099,872

se r vic e

Total number of permanent positions..
Average number of all employees_____
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_________
Average grade_________
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions_____________
Part-time and temporary positions..
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base__________________________
Payments above basic rates_______
02
03
04
15

1951 actual

— co n tin u e d

1951 actual

Total personal services..
Travel___________________
Transportation of things___
Communication services___
Taxes and assessments____
Obligations incurred..

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
01 Personal services
Permanent positions_____________
Part-time and temporary positions.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base,__________________________
Paym ent above basic rates_______

4,135
14
3,997

10,100

12, 500

100

100

300

300

1,269,000

1,315,000

4,196

4,217

12

12

4,019

4,018

$4,331
GS-6.9

$4,493
G S- 6.8

$4,278
GS-5 .8

$3, 619
CPC-7.3

$4,028
CPC-7.3

CPC-3.9

$17,299,325
108, 715

$17, 599, 179
108, 712

22,280
466,735

100, 700
533, 960

71,179
533,930

Total personal services___ ______
Travel_________________ 1_________
Transportation of things____________
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services__________
Printing and reproduction__________
Other contractual services__________
Supplies and materials_____________
Equipment_______________________
Grants, subsidies, and contributions..
Refunds, awards, and indemnities__
Taxes and assessments_____________

16,195, 563
226, 725
120,009
84.235
717, 710
40,306
194,689
5,121,743
361, 750
103,014
2,421
1,893

18,042, 700
224, 500
122,400
84,100
762,000
40, 000
220, 000
5,801,100
280, 900
110, 000
5,000
9,300

18,313,000
230,100
138, 500
84,100
792.000
40,000

Subtotal________________________
Deduct charges for quarters and subsist­
ence________________________________

23,170,058

25, 702,000

26,661,000

d e t a il

of

220.000

6,427,100
280,900
121,000

5,000
9,300

259,002

261,000

261,000

22,911, 056

25,441,000

26,400,000

perso nal

se r v ic e s

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

B U R E A U OF PRISONS

N u m ­ Total Num- Total N um- Total
Departmental:
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 18. Rate of $14,000:
Director______________ ____ _____
$14,000
1 $14,000
1 $14,000
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Assistant director______ ____ ____
21,500
2 23,350
2 23,600
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Chief architect________ ....................
9,400
10,400
10,400
Chief, control branch.........................
8,800
9,600
9,800
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Chief engineer...... .................. .............
8,200
9,160
9,160
Fiscal officer_____ ____ _____ ____
7, €00
8.360
8,560
Supervisor, inspection and control.
9.360
9,360
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Budget officer___________ _______
6,600
7.240
7.440
Criminologist___________________
7.200
7,840
8.040
Examiner__________________ ____
7.200
8.040
8.040
Executive assistant to director.___
6.400
7.040
7.040
Supervising architect____________
6.400
7.240
7,240
Supervisor, classification_________
6,600
7.440
7.440
Supervisor, culinary operations:: __
- 7,440
7.440
Supervisor, farming operations___
7.440
7,640
Supervisor, juvenile branch______
6.400
7.040
7.040
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Architect__________________ ____
5.400
1
6,140
6,140
Chief, procurement section..............
5,600
1
6,140
6,340

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1953 estimate

continued

Departmental—Continued
N um - Total Num- Total N um - Total
General schedule grades—Continued
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940—Con.
Engineer______ _____ ______ ______
3 $18,000
3 $20,020
$20,220
Jail i n s p e c t o r . -------------- -------2 13,080
2
12,000
13,480
Supervisor, custodial operations----1
5,940
5.940
Supervisor, field instruction............
6,400
1
6,940
6.940
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Assistant supervisor, custodial oper­
ations_________________________
1
5,500
1
5,625
Chief, personnel u n it_____________
1
5,750
1
6,250
1
6,250
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Assistant supervisor, classification..
1
4,600
5,185
1
5,310
1
Confidential assistant to director. . .
5,810
1
5,350
1
5,810
1
Criminologist____________________
5,060
1
5,185
1
Jail inspector____________________
5 23,750
5 26,300
5 26,925
Purchasing agent________________
1
4,850
5, 310
1
5.435
1
Supervisor, communications facili­
ties___________________________
5,310
1
5.435
1
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370_____
4,450
4,995
1
5,120
1
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955_____
41,500
55,085
12
13 60,415
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545-------20,375
5 22,350
5 22.600
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160-------61,550
20 75,825
20 77,950
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_____
34. 585
12 41,700
13 45, 595
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430_____
52,330
18 58,060
18 59,020
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230...........
13,210
5 14,790
5 15,110
Total permanent, departmental.
Deduct lapses.____ _________________
N et permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)_______
Part-time and temporary positions: Parttime employm ent___________________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___

436,000
11,489

546,780
20,780

113 563.085
7 32,085

96 424,511

106 526,000

106 531,000

670

1,000
2,000

1,000
2,000

425,181

529,000

534,000

10 103,000

10 103,800

All personal services, departmental.

$15, 599, 991
106, 557

Obligations incurred..

SER VICES— c o n t i n u e d

fcield:
General schedule grades:
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Warden_______________________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Associate warden______________
Supervisor of prison camps...........
Warden______________________
Grade 12 . Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Associate warden______________
Business manager_____________
Supervisor of culinary operations.
Supervisor of farming operations___
Warden______________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Associate warden______________
Chief clerk____________________
Chaplain_____________________
Chief of mechanical service........ .......
Supervisor, classification and parole.
Supervisor of education.'__________
Warden_________________________
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Associate warden_______________ ...
Captain_______________________ _
Chief clerk______________________
Chief of mechanical service_______
Culinary manager________________
Farm manager___________________
Supervisor of education___________
Grade 9. Ranee $5,060 to $5,810:
Assistant chief clerk______________
Associate warden___________ _____
Captain.......... .............. ................... .
Chaplain______ _____ ____ ______ _
Chief clerk________________ ______
Chief engineer...................................... .
Chief, mechanical service..............
Criminologist____________________
Culinary supervisor............................
Farm manager.................................... .
General foreman________ ________ _
Personnel assistant........ .....................
Supervisor, classification and parole.
Supervisor, education........................
Warden_______________ _________
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $ 5 ,3 7 0 ......
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955.____
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545..
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160_.
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_.
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430..
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230Crafts, protective, and custodial gr;
Grade 10. Range $4,565 to $5,315.
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,900.
Grade 8 . Range $3,740 to $4,490.
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035.
Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3,680..
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3,454..
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230..

111

5

10

95,000

4

33,600
8,600
75,400

4

36,640

4

37,040

9

82,440

9

82,640

10
1
1
1
1

68,000

10
1

75,000
7,440

10
1

75,800
7,640

8,040

8,040

10
8
1

5

59.000
47,800
5.400
29.000

59,260
52,720
5,940
32,100

5
3

31,400
18,400

34,100
44.180
»
5,625
46,625
61,750
11,875

60,060
53, 520
6,140
32,900
47, 520
34,500
44,380

1

9

10
2
2
2
2

3
1

4
10
10
1
6
6
2
1
8

4
1

6,800
6,600
6,800
7.400

5,000
47.125
56, 500
10,750
11,000

11.125
10, 250
15,675
5,350
20.400
46,125
14, 800
45.400
50,000
4,600
29,600
29, 850
10, 700
4,850
40,175
19, 525
5,225
240,325

51
280
1,230,625
172
694.400
159
578,650
71 226,525
4 11,080
2
5,140

10
2
2
2
2

3
1

3
10

3
9
10

12,000

12,125
11,375
17.180
5,810
16,930
51, 475
16,305
49,915
54,850

32, 860
32,985
11,620
5,310
44, 230
4 21,615
1
5,685.
59 300,830
290
1,389,575
6
6
2
1
8

172
157

758,615

625,495
74 258,150
4 12,360
2
5,820

8
42,645
8 39,075
22 98,550
22 107,675
845
865
, ' -3,377,875
3,767,100
2,038
2,027
7,054, 750
7,883,945
1
2,900
1
3,200
2
5,508
2
6,268
20 58,760
12 32,760

1

5
8

5
7
1
8
10
2
2
2
2

5,750
47.625
62, 500

3

17, 555
5,810
49,415
52, 725
16, 555
50,240
55, 725

1

9
10

3
9
10

2
1

16

4
1

12.000

12,125
12,250
11.625

33,610
33,735
11,745
5,435
83, 585
21,990
5, 810
924,455

184
228
1,093,490
986
4,433,995
2,194
8 , 512,915
74 261,510
4 12,680
2
6,060

3
20

9,402
59,800

1953

d etail

OF p e r s o n a l s e r v i c e s — c o n t i n u e d

1951 actual

o b l ig a t io n s

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

bureau of prisons—continued

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Field—Continued
ber salary ber salary ber salary
C ra fts, protective, an d c u s t o d ia l
grades—Continued
5 $14,440
5 $12,860
5 $14,760
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032...........
3,872
3,886
Total permanent, field...................... 3,839
16,303,883
14,604,248
16,530,857
165 701,283
183 678,857
Deduct lapses............................................... 129 438,084
Net permanent, field (average num­
3,707
3,703
ber, net salary)............................... 3,170
14,166,164
15,602,600
15,852,000
Part-time and temporary positions: Part56,868
45,000
45.000
time employment...... ........... . .................
20,980
95,400
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.......
67.000
Payment above basic rates:
220,000
186,682
220,000
Overtime and holiday pay____ ______
270,273
Night-work differential. -------- --------303,000
303,000
14,700,967
16,266,000
16,487,00
All personal services, field................
01

Personal services................................

15,126,148

16,795,000

17,021,000

15,037,448

16,686,000

16,910,000

88,700
15,126,148

109,000
16,795,000

111,000
17,021,000

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations...... ............. ...... ..........
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts..................
Total of foregoing schedule...............
allocation to public health service

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Departmental:
ber salary ber salary ber salary
General schedule grades:
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
1
$4,975
1
$5,560
1
$5,685
Property management specialist---1
4,325
1
4,870
1
4,995
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370-------1
3,950
1
4,455
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955...........
1
4,580
1
4,035
1
3,600
1
4,160
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160-------4
12,540
4
13,820
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655...........
4
14,060
Commissioned officers:
1
9,984
1
9,984
1
9,984
Director grade-------------- --------------1
6,900
1
6,900
1
7,071
Senior assistant grade........ . .................
Total permanent, departmental---Deduct lapses..............................................

10
1

46,274
5,989

10
1

49,624
4,784

10
1

50,535
5,645

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary).............
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.......
Payment above basic rates: Overtime----

9

40,285

9

44,840
110

9

44,890
110

102
40,387

All personal services, departmental.
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Dental officer............... .....................
Medical staff assistant....... ..............
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Nurse
________________
Medical staff assistants....................
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370-------Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955...........
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545...........
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160-------Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_____
Commissioned officers:
Director grade........................................
Senior grade.....................-..........-........
Full grade___________ ___________Senior assistant grade...........................
Assistant grade......................................
Junior assistant grade...........................

45,000

Object classification

o bjects—

c o n tin u e d

1951 actual

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary............. .............................
Average g rad e..___________ _____ _
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary________________ ____
Average grade............................................
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions______________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base___________________ _______
Payment above basic rates................
Total personal services....... .............
02 Travel____________________________
03 Transportation of things.........................
04 Communication service____ ________
05 Rents and utility services.__________
07 Other contractual services....................
08 Supplies and materials........... .............. .
09 Equipment________________________
11 Grants, subsidies, and contributions._
15 Taxes and assessments________ _____
Obligations incurred............................

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

$4,825
G S- 8.0

$5,245
GS-8.0

$5,370
GS- 8.0

$3,381
CPC-7.0

$3.722
CPC-7.0

$3,795
CPC-7.0

$139,120

$169,800

$170,800

60,592
199, 712
4,111
2,893
518
8,780
2,084,157
41,845
284
957
743
2,344,000

700
66,500
237,000
5.000
3.500
600
9.000
1,700,200
42,000
400
1.500
800
2 , 000,000

700
65,500
237,000
5.000
3.500
600
9.000
2 , 200,200

42,000
400
1.500
800
2, 500,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

1951 actual

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,745............
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 8 . Range $3,740 to $4,865______
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,335............
Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3,920______
Total permanent, field........................
Deduct lapses......................... .........................
N et permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary). _______________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base........
Payment above basic rates...........................
01
Personal services...................................

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1

$4,825

1

$5,245

1

$5,370

3
42
8

11,575
140,950
6,360
163,710
24,590

3
42
2
48
3

12,845
155,070
7,040
180,200
10,400

3
42
2
48
4

12,995
158,270
7,100
183,735
12,935

40

139,120

45

169,800
700
66,500
237,000

44

170,800
700
65,500
237,000

2

48

60,592
199,712

OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY
Salaries and Expenses, Office of Alien Property—
(Trust account)
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

1
3

6,000
17,800

1
3

6,740
19,620

1
3

6,740
20,020

1
6
17
59
5
19
2

4,975
28,850
71,775
230,550
18,375
65,150
6,230

1
6
21
59
5
19
1

5,560
31,860
97,895
254,970
20,600
71,665
3,655

1
6
21
67
5
11
1

5,685
32,610
100,020
293,860
21,225
43,885
3,655

5
25
22
19
2
1

52,998
210,488
156,062
118,838
10,166
4,140

5

24
11
41
4
2

53,682
206,199
83,016
272,820
22,571
9,477

5
27
15
37
6
2

54,024
233,244
114,195
247,383
35,129
9,477

203 1,160,330
6
34,445

208 1,221,152
8
49,863

969,031

197 1,125,885

200 1,171,289

644
48,375

1,300

1,315
61,400
3,190

1,312
61,400

4; 748
4,930

5.480
5.480

5.465
5.465

All personal services, field................

1,029,028

1,202,750

1,247,000

Personal services................................

1,069,415 [

1,247,700

1,292,000

Total permanent, field...................... 187 1,002,397
5
33,366
Deduct lapses...............................................
Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary).............. . . ............. 182
Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment........ ...............
W. A. E. employment---------------------Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.......
Payment above basic rates:
- Overtim#-and holiday-pay—........... ........ __
Night-work differential............................

01

44,950

by

2,069

Object classification
Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions:
Foreign employees in service abroad____
Other
_________________________
Average number of all employees................
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary...........................................
Average grade----------------- -------- -----Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary...........................................
Average grade...........................................
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions............................
Foreign employees in service abroad .
Part-time and temporary positions..
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base
___ _____________________
Payment above basic rates ................
Total personal services....................
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

Transportation of things— ...................
Communication services........................
Rents and utility services— ...............
Printing and reproduction,..................
Other contractual services.....................
Supplies and materials............................
Equipment......... ......................................
Taxes and assessments............................
Obligations incurred............................

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

762

664

619

5
689

4
593

34
5
587

$4, 786
GS-7.4

$5,351
GS-7.5

$5, 449
GS-7.5

$2, 520
CPC-3.1

$2,839
CPC-3.1

$2, 914
CPC-3.1

$3,261, 730

$3,145,668

12,182

11,200

$3,158,035
46,900
13, 500

13, 587
23. 545
3,194,000
82,000
3.000
40.000

17,840
3, 291, 752
99, 056
3,485
47, 634
258,094
25,335
272, 724
58,203
49,131
1,077
4,106, 491

210,000
22.000

250,000
35.000

25, 677
24,088
3, 268, 200
75, 000
3.000
42.000
215, 800
22.000

4.000
3,850, 000

245,000
30,000
5.000
4.000
3,910,000

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

10.000

Support of United States Prisoners, Federal Prison System—
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

1951 actual
Object classification
TotaTnumFer oTpermanent positions.___
Average number of all employees________

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1951 actual
48
40

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

_ -jg

----- 48

45

44

= = = = =

Departmental:
'
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Assistant Attorney General...................

Num- Total Num- Total N u m -. Total
ber- “ salary
ber • *salary “ ber * salary
1 $15,000

1 $15,000

1 $15,000

1953

OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY— Continued

d e t a il

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s

Salaries and Expenses, Office of Alien Property—Continued

— c o n tin u e d

1951 actual

| 1952 estimate

1953 estimate

(Trust account)—Continued
d e t a il

of

perso nal

se r v ic e s—

-c o n t i n u e d

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944_________________________
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental-

N um ­ Total N um ­ Total N um ­ Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

2, 717, 297

All personal services, departmental.
Departmental—Continued
N u m ­■ Total N um ­ Total N um ­ Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
1 $12,000
1 $12, 200
D eputy director ---------- _ ----------1 $11,200
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
6 69, 550
5 58, 250
7 75, 750
Chief of branch-------- ---------------6 67, 800
6 68, 550
Chief trial specialist---------- --------__
5 51, 750
1
1 11,800
11,000
1
11,800
Comptroller--------------------------1
1 11,800
11,800
1
11, 000
Economist----- --------------------------Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
1
8,800
9,600
9,800
Accountant---- ------------ ---------------1
1
9, 600
9,800
.
1
8,800
1
Administrative officer---------- -1
9,800
1
10,600
1
10,600
Chief of section__________________
1
28 278, 200
27 272,600
29 264, 600
Attorney------------------------------------2
2 20,600
20,200
2
Business analyst----------- ------------18,600
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
37 318,520
36 315, 560
Attorney------------------------------------40 312,200
2
16, 000
2
17, 920
2
17, 520
Business analyst— ------------- -----2
18, 520
2
18, 520
2
16,600
Chief of section------ ---------------- 1
1
8 , 560
8, 560
Liquidator________ _______ ____
1
7,600
1
Technical specialist--_ _ __
1
8,400
9,360
1
9,360
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
5 38, 660
4 31, 760
5 35,000
Accountant_______ — ------------41 303, 240
40 302,000
54 358,400
Attorney_______________ ______
4 31,160
3 23, 920
4 28,400
---------Business analyst----------15, 280
2
2
15, 280
13, 800
Economist_______________________
2
1
1
8, 040
7,200
Investigator_____________________
1
1
8,040
Liquidator------- ----------------------7,200
7,840
1
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
6
6 40, 240
40, 040
Accountant________________ _____
6 36, 200
19 118,660
18 116,120
28 157,400
Attorney________________________
8
53, 720
7 47, 580
8 49,000
Business analyst-------------------------1
1
5,940
5,400
Economist
_ _____________ ___
1
1
6, 540
1
6,000
6, 740
Insurance specialist---------------------2
11, 400
2
12,680
Investigator ___________________
6.740
6,940
6,200
1
1
Publications officer-------------- -------1
1
1
6,140
5,400
5,940
1
Records officer---------------------------1
6,140
Statistician-------------------------------1
5,940
5,400
1
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
1
6,250
1
6,250
Patent examiner------------------1
5,750
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
57,100
9 51, 790
52,125
10
Accountant__ - — ----------------10
5,310
10, 745
9,700
2
1
Administrative assistant-------------2
56, 200
10 52,475
10 52,975
12
Attorney. __ --------------------- -----5 28,175
6 33,485
Business analyst------------ --------6 30,225
5,225
5,685
5,810
1
1
1
Economist_________________ --11
61, 785
10
57,475
16 79,225
Examiner----------------------------------5,185
5,060
1
1
4,600
Librarian------------- -----------------1
5,245
1
1
5,120
1
4, 575
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370--------32 147, 249
30 140,839
35 144, 750
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $ 4 ,9 5 5 ..___
41, 950
11
46,495
10 43, 575
11
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545______
88 341,455
85 337, 975
90 317, 625
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160--------94 327, 730
91 322, 285
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655--------- 113 352,315
66 209,020
68 211,320
80 221,360
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
23 67,810
25 73,390
29 75,450
Grade 2 . Range $2,750 to $3,230--------Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
2
6,460
2
6,300
2
5,700
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230--------17,312
7 19,624
6
7 17,364
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032--------Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct lapses_________

___________ _

N et permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)----------Part-time employment,'departmental-----

629
3,003,639
65
304,851
564
2, 698, 788
12,182

556
2,960,258
62
324,177
494
2, 636,081
11,200

B U S IN E S S

526
2, 845,311
32
170,719
494
2, 674, 592
13, 500

E N T E R P R IS E

ACCRUED EXPENDITURES BY OBJECTS (ADMINISTRATIVE EXPE NSES)

Total number of permanent positions.___
Average number of all employees-----------Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary-------------------------------Average grade-------------------------------01 Personal services:
Permanent positions----- *-------------Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base
__ ________________
P-ayment above basic rates..........

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56
51

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

56
53

57
53

$4, 768
GS- 8. 0

$5,194
GS-7.9

$5,360
GS-7.8

$243,189

$275,287

$284,096

1,038

1,093

m

3
1

31, 200
9,600

8,200

1
6
1

8,960
52,160
9,160

1

7,840
29,960
37, 600
8,040
7,040

1
2
1
1

7,840
15,080
38,400
8,040
7,240

2
1
6
1
1

47,600
8,400
8,600

1

7,000
40,800
34,400
14,000
6,400

4
5
1
1

1

4
3
1
1

4
2

5

11, 800
45, 700

31,800
9,800
9,160
34,840
18, 566

1

6,200

1

5

28,000

1
1

6,940
6, 540

6,000
11,000
6,200

3

6,940
18,620

1
2
1

2
1

12,080
6,740

2
1

12, 657
6,940

1
2
2
8
1
2
6
2

4,600
9, 575
9,950
39,0&)
5,350
9,275
24, 700
7,650
54,475
57,910
61,170
20,880
2,440

1
2
2
6
1
2

5,185
10,495
10,995
32,610
5,810
10,115
18,453
8,340
52,865
45,835
58,140
11,320
2,820

1
2
2

5,310
10, 745

3

16, 555
5,810
10,240
14,121
13,052
42,885
39,325
49, 690
11, 640
2,900

16
18
21
8
1

2,930
4,240
626,395
133
14 63,453
1
2

119
562,942

4
2

14
13
18
4
1

3,230
4,910
108 572,513
12
62,926
1
2

96

1
2

3
3
11
11

15
4
1

11,120

1
3, 230
5,050
2
93 513,006
5 29, 563
88

509, 587

483,443

2,202

3, 790

1,430
14,215
7,900

574,455

535,334

1,650
14,424
8,014
46,900
558, 221

3,291,752

3,194,000

3,268.200

3,279, 239

3,182, 250

3, 258,450

12, 513
3,291, 752

11,750
3,194,000

9, 750
3, 268,200

1,738
9,775

FUNDS

Object classification

Prison Industries Fund—

1951 actual

28.800
18, 600

3

2
1

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations____ _______ ____ ___
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts_______
Total of foregoing schedule------------

R E V O L V IN G

2, 709, 979

11,800
33, 650

11,000
21,000

5

Personal services------------ -------------

AND

2, 658, 666

3

1
2

1
6

Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944________________________
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay____________
Additional pay for foreign service______
Living and quarters allo w a n ce._______
Foreign employees in service abroadAll personal services______________
01

$21,887

ACCRUED EXPENDITURES B Y OBJECTS (ADMINISTRATIVE E X P E N S E S )— C o n t i n u e d

FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INC.

Object classification

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Chief of branch____ ___ ________
M a n a g e r.... ___ ________ _______
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
A ttorney____ ________________
Business analyst____ ______ _ ___
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Accountant___
_ __________
A ttorney___________ „ ________
Investigator--------------------------------Liquidator_____________________ _
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040;
Accountant______
____________
Attorney________________________
Business analyst____ _____ _
..
Investigator______________ ____
Real estate officer__________ ____
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Accountant_______________ ___ __
Attorney_________
_______
Business analyst______ ________ _
Investigator_____________________
Real estate assistant______________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Administrative assistant__________
Attorney____ ____________________
Business analyst____ ___________
Investigator_________________ ____
Records analyst__________________
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370. __ _.
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545. __ _ .
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160._ _
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
Grade 2 . Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Grade 1. Range $2,500 to $3,980...
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Grade 2 . Range $2,420 to $2,840. —_ _.
Total permanent, field____________
Deduct lapses_________________________
N et permanent, field (average num ­
ber, net salary)------------------

$11,385
$6,327

1951 actual

01 Personal services—Continued
Excess of annual leave earned over
leave taken......................... ................
Total personal services................. *
02 Travel______ ______ _____ _________
03 Transportation of things.._
_
04 Communication services______ _____
05 Rents and utility services___________
06 Printing and reproduction__________
07 Other contractual services: Audit by
General Accounting Office______
Balance of expense of 1949 not
charged to limitation of that year
because limitation was fully ex­
pended.——_ ______ _____ ______
08 Supplies and materials. _____ ____
15 Taxes and assessments______________
Total accrued ex p en d itu res.______

..

$2 ,54$
245,926
15,754

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

$2,959
279,284
15,500
125
3,800
15,850
2,000

$1,311
286, 500
23.000
500
5, 000
20 , 000
2, 500

25,000

22, 500

25.000

3,890
95
312,161

4, 726
4,000
215
348,000

5,000
500
368,000

111

3,726
15,850
1,809

1953

ACCRUED EXPEND IT UR ES BY OBJECTS (VOCATIONAL EXPE NSES)

Object classification

1951 actual

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of employees.......... .
_
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_________ _______ __
Average grade___ _ __ __ . _______
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions______________
Part-time employment___________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base____
________ _______
Payment above basic rates________
Excess of annual leave taken over
leave earned_______ ____________
Payments to other agencies for re­
imbursable details__________ . . .
Total personal services________
02 Travel_______ _________ _ ___ . . .
03 Transportation of things____________
04 Communications services___________
05 Rents and utility services___________
06 Printing and reproduction: Cost of
inmate training in connection with. _
07 Other contractual services: Inmate
wages_____ _____ ________________
08 Supplies and materials_____________
15 Taxes and assessments_____ ________
Subtotal______ _______ ________
Deduct receipts from sale of products and
services.._ ___________________ ______
Total accrued expenditures_______

d e t a il

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

77
4
75

78
3
80

79
3
80

$3, 918
GS-6.9

$4, 574
GS- 6.8

$4, 607
GS- 6.8

$3, 437
CPC-7.8

$3, 888
CPC-7.7

$4, 015
CPC-7.7

$299, 754
14, 590

$354, 754
15, 847

$362,191
15, 847

741

1,377
820

1, 421
820

-913

2, 064

312

5, 455
319, 627
4,364
361
346
4, 539

934
375, 796
7,035
555
575
4. 577

934
381, 525
7,035
555
575
4,577

20,158

20,169

14, 764

1,063
29,174
188
379, 820

1,077
33, 324
392
443, 500

1,077
30, 000
392
440, 500

10, 208
369, 612

8, 500
435, 000

8 , 500
432, 000

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

ANALYSIS OF TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICES

1951 actual
Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of employees___ _
___

502
19
473

509
18
514

511
18
523

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_________ __________
Average grade________ _______ _____
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary__ ________ _ __
Average grade_______ ____ __

$4, 673
GS-7.8

$5, 058
GS-7.7

$5,174
GS-7.7

$3,878
CPC-8.3

$4, 328
CPC-8.3

$4,404
CPC-8.3

$1,961,231
18,566

$2, 367, 049
20, 098

$2, 438, 914
20,098

32,818

9,104
35, 574

9,465
35, 574

01 Personal services:
Permanent positions____ ____ ____
Part-time and temporary positions _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base____ ______ _______ _______
Payment above basic rates________
Excess of annual leave earned over
leave taken___________ _
____
Payments to other agencies for re­
imbursable details......... .........
Total personal services____ __

Personal services in the foregoing schedule
are distributed to activities as follows:
A dm inistrative______
___ _____ __
Vocational____ ________ _________
Construction, field______ ________ _
Industrial, field_____ ____ ___
Total personal services___. .

___

9, 461

35, 232

10,366

59,968

62,354

62,354

2,082,044

2,529, 411

2, 576, 771

Num- Total
ber salary

Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary

51 $245,926
75 319,627
3
10,742
344 1, 505, 749

53 $279,284
80 375,796
3
15,288
378 1, 859,043

53 $286,500
80 381,525
4
19,433
386 1,889,313

473 2, 082, 044

514 2, 529, 411

523 2 , 576, 771

DETAIL OF PE R S O N A L

SER VICES

1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

Departmental:
N um ­■ Total Num- Total Num- Total
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Associate commissioner____
1 $11,000
1 $11,800
1 $11,800
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
S e c r e t a r y . ___ ______ _ _______
1
9,800
1
10,600
1
10,600
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Assistant sec r eta ry ___ _________
1
8,200
1
8,960
1
9,160
Assistant commissioner _____ _ _
16, 000
2
17,720
2
17,920
Chief engineer________ _ _______
1
8, 600
1
9,360
1
9,360
Superintendent, vocational educa­
tion__ _ _______ ____ ________
1
8 , 600
1
9,360
1
9,360
Research engineer______ ._ ____
1
7, 600
1
8,560
1
8 ,560
Administrative assistant _________
1
7,600
1
8,560
1
8,560
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Safety engineer______________ ____
1
7,000
1
7,640
1
7,840
Supervisor vocational education___
7,200
1
8,040
X
1
8 , 04Q

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1951 actual

1952 estimate

1953 estimate

D epartmental—C ontinued
N um ­ Total N u m ­ Total N um ­ Total
ber salary
General schedule grades—Continued
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Chief traveling auditor. __ _ ______
$6, 940
1
1
$6, 940
$6,400
1
6,340
Auditor____ _______ _ _________
1
1
6 , 540
5,600
1
Methods examiner___ _________
1
6 , 540
5,800
6, 540
1
1
5, 940
1
1
6,140
Cost accountant...
________ ____
5, 400
1
Budget officer... ______ ________
5, 940
1
1
5, 940
5,400
1
12, 880
2
13, 080
Architectural engineer____________
2
2
11,800
Mechanical engineer_____ ______
6, 940
1
1
6, 940
2
11,600
Industrial engineer___ ___________
1
6,140
1
6, 340
5, 600
1
Assistant supervisor, vocational
1
education
__
__
_____
6,000
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Traveling auditor. _____________
1
5, 875
6, 000
5, 250
1
1
Industrial specialist. _ _ ______
5, 500
5,000
1
1
5, 625
1
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Traveling auditor_____ _________
2
10, 245
2
9, 200
10,495
2
1
5,185
1
4,600
5,310
Accountant.-.. . . _______ ______
1
Industrial s p e cia list_____________
10, 995
10, 745
9, 825
2
2
2
Associate architect___ . . . ____ _
1
5,810
1
5, 810
5,350
1
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370______
2
9, 490
2
9, j615'
8 , 650
2
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955. . . . _
3
13, 740
13, 990
12,350
3
3
5
20, 975
Grade 6 . Range $3,795 to $4,545______
19,125
5
21, 475
5
6
22, 335
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
20, 475
7
26,370
6
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
24, 680
8
27, 320
8
27, 640
8
18,500
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
.6
6
18, 900
16, 540
6
1
1
Grade 2 . Range $2,750 to $3,230______
2, 750
2,750
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
2, 552
1
2,632
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
2, 252
1
Total permanent, departmental___
60 319,282
61 327, 267
61 298,497
3
4
Deduct lapses_________________________
18,132
22,168
5
27, 584
N et permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)___
57 301,150
57 305,099
56 270, 913
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
1,131
1,186
Payment above basic rates: Overtime
and holiday pay __
______ 191
Excess of annual leave earned over leave
taken_________________ ___________
3,047
1,311
2,110
305,328
All personal services, departmental.
307, 596
273, 214
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Superintendent of industries_____
19,600
2
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Superintendent and associate su­
perintendent _
23, 200
3
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Superintendent and assistant su­
perintendent
_ ____________
40,400
6
_____
13, 200
Business manager ______
2
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Superintendent and assistant super­
intendent__ _______ __________
9
53,600
2
Business m a n a g e r . __ __ ______
11,400
Supervisor...
__ . . . . . . ______
6
33,800
Director, employment and place­
m ent. _ ______ _______ _______
1
6,400
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Superintendent and assistant super­
26, 625
intendent... . . .
__ _ _____
5
Business manager______________ _
15, 875
3
Supervisor and assistant supervisor. 10
52,000
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Superintendent and assistant super­
intendent______ _____________
15
73, 250
Overseer and loom fixer___ _______
5
24,500
Mechanical supervisor and engineer.
3
15,925
2
Business and office manager____ _
10,200
Supervisor, vocational and trade
training_______
_ _ _ ______
30, 350
6
15,050
Employment and placement officer.
3
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370. __ __ 22 100,275
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______ 27 116,025
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______ 58 228, 500
68, 650
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160_____
19
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______ 10
30, 735
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 10. Range $4,565 to $5,315_____ 31 144, 400
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,900______ 51 217,400
Grade 8 . Range $3,740 to $4,490______ 100 367, 775
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035.____
38 125, 625
1
3,380
Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3,680____
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
1
2,690
Total permanent, field____________ 441 1,870,830
Deduct lapses.............. .................. .................. 43 180,512
N et permanent, field (average num­
ber, net s a l a r y ) __
_ _____ 398 1, 690,318
Part-time and temporary positions: Parttime employment
...
18, 566
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay____
__ .
28, 899
Night-work differential.
_
_ ._
3, 728
Excess of annual leave earned over leave
taken.. .
__
. _
7,351
Payment to other agencies for reimburs­
able d eta ils...
__ ___ _____
59, 968
All personal services, field________
1, 808, 830
01

Personal services ________________

2,082,014

2

21, 200

2

21,200

4

34, 240

4

34,440

6
2

44, 840
14, 480

6
2

45,440
14, 880

9

58,860
12,680
37,040

9

2
6

2
6

59, 860
13,080
38, 240

1

6,940

1

6,940

5
4

29,375
23,125
57, 250

5
4
10

29, 875
23,375
5S, 500

10

15
5
3
2

5
3

81,675
27,050
17,305
11,245

12

27,425
16. 055
10i; 300
135,145
274,405
75, 740
40, 270

30
50
99
41

153,450
235, 625
415,260
149,185

20

29
64
19

15
5
3
2

83, 300
27,675
17, 555
11,370

12

27, 925
16,305
103,050
137,895
283, 525
78,040
40, 795

30
50
99
41

156,075
238, 675
424,260
151,160

5
3
20

29
65
19

1
3,070
449 2,104,235
10
38, 336

1
3,150
450 2,146, 585
2
12, 770

439 2,065, 899

448 2,133,815

20,098
7, 973

20,098
8,279

31, 508
4,066

31, 508
4,066

32,185

9,055

62, 354
2, 224,083

62,354
2, 269,175

2, 529, 411

2, 576, 771

1954

DEPARTM ENT OF JUSTICE
C U R R E N T A U T H O R IZ A T IO N S
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l e g a l a c t iv it ie s a n d g e n e r a l

ADMINISTRATION

1952 actual

Salaries and Expenses, General Administration, Justice—
OBLIGATIONS BT OBJECTS

Object classification

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

533
7
537

536
522

540
3
520

Summary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions
Average number of all employees_______

11

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary____________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary------------------------------Average grade____________________
Ungraded positions: Average salary___

$4, 497
GS-5.9

$4, 550
GS-6.0

$4, 672
GS-6.1

$2, 960
CPC-3.2
$3, 636

$2, 989
CPC-3.2
$3, 773

$3,028
CPC-3.2
$3, 902

Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions_________________
Part-time and temporary positions____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base...
Payment above basic rates___________

$2, 315,175
30, 513
8,890
15, 558

12, 285,880
49, 760
8,920
20, 020

$2, 368,140
15, 600
9, 290
8, 350

Total personal service obligations...

2, 370,136

2, 364, 580

2,401,380

PersQnal services. ------- ------------------Travel____________________________
Transportation of things ....................
Communication services____ ____ _
Rents and utility services__________
Printing and reproduction..... .........
Other contractual services--------------Supplies and materials-------------------Equipment — ____________________
Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
Taxes and assessments_________ ____

2, 261, 903
46, 572
510
21,385
24,631
35, 539
23, 733
35, 394
35, 265

2, 264, 580
55, 480
2, 500
21,950
24, 000
34, 700
26, 390
31, 250
29, 700

2,301,380
65,650
2, 500
21, 950
24,000
34, 700
29,670
31,100
34, 200

2, 523

4, 450

4,850

Total direct obligations..................

2,487,555

2,495,000

2, 550,000

Direct Obligations

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
13
15

100

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

01 Personal services.. _

108, 233

100, 000

100,000

Total obligations.

2, 595, 788

2, 595, 000

2, 650,000

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

1952 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Attorney General__________________
Deputy Attorney General__________
General schedule grades:
Grade 18. Rate of $14,800:
Administrative assistant attorney
general________________________
Grade 17. Range $13,000 to $13,800:
First assistant___________________
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Executive assistant to the Attorney
General_______________________
Deputy administrative assistant at­
torney general_________________
Chairman, Board of Immigration
Appeals_______________________
Director of public relations..............
Attorney________________________
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Pardon attorney..._______________
Member, Board of Immigration
Appeals . . . ___________ _____
Member, Board of Parole---- --------Director of personnel....................
Budget officer_______________ ____
Fiscal officer...___________ ____ _
Special assistant_____________ ____

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Num- Total Num­ Total Num­ Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
$22,500
17,500

1

1

1

14,800

1

14,800

1

14,800

1

13,000

1

13,000

1

13,000

1

11,800

10, 800

11.050

11, 800

11, 800

11, 800

10, 800

11,050
10, 800
34, 900

11, 050
11.050
34,900

1

11, 550
34, 650

1

$22,500
17,500

$22, 500
17, 500

10,600

10,600

10,600

38,400
84,800
9.800
9, 800
9.800

39,200
84,800

39, 200
84,800

10,000
10,000

10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000

10,000

s e r v ic e s —

9,800
10,000

c o n t in u e d

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Departmental—Continued
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
General schedule grades—Continued
ber salary
Gradel4. Range $9,600 to $10,600—Con.
Attorney________________________
1 $10,600
1 $10,600
$10, 600
Examiner__________________ ____ _
19,200
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Confidential assistant____________
l, 360
8.360
8, 560
Assistant director of public rela­
tions__________________________
i,160
9,160
9.360
Staff director____________________
8.360
1,360
8.360
Chief examiner, Board of Immigra­
tion Appeals__ ________________
!, 3C0
8.560
8, 560
Records administration officer____
5,360
8.560
8, 560
Chief classification officer_________
8, 3eo
Chief recruitment and placement
officer_________________________
8, 3C0
Chief services and procurement
branch________________________
9,360
9,360
9, 3"0
Assistant fiscal officer____ ______
8, 3C0
8,560
8, 7€0
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
8.040
Assistant director of public relations
7.040
7, 240
7.240
7.440
Assistant pardon attorney_______
7,440
8- 040
7.040
Assistant staff director_______ . . .
7,040
Librarian_______________________
7.640
7,440
7,840
7.240
7,240
Chief, accounting section_________
7, 440
Chief, classification u n it... ______
7, 240
7, 240
7, 440
8.040
8.040
Chief, services branch____________
8, 040
7.240
7.440
Chief, procurement branch_______
7,640
Examiner_______________________
15,080
14, 080
14,080
Confidential assistant____________
8, 040
7,640
Assistant chief, personnel branch...
7, 640
7,640
21, 920
64, 960
Attorney________________________
66, 560
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
1
6,740
Chief auditor___________________
6.940
6.940
Examiner_______________________
63,000
10
64, 000
10
65, 250
72,140
Attorney_______ ______ _________
6
37, 840
38, 640
6.940
1
6.940
. Case analyst_______ _____________
6.940
6.140
1
Budget analyst__________________
6,340
6.340
Assistant records administration
5.940
officer_________________________
1
6,140
6.140
1
6.140
6. 340
Assistant chief, accounting section..
6.340
5.940
1
Confidential clerk_____________
5.940
6.140
1
5.940
Assistant chief examiner_______
5.940
Secretary_____________________
1
5.940
5.940
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
1
Supervisor of paroles___________
6,000
6,000
Assistant chief, procurement branch.
6,000
1
6,125
6, 250
Chief supervisor, records adminis­
5, 625
5,875
1
tration branch________________
5, 750
5,875
1
6,000
Chief, personnel operations unit___
6,125
5, 500
Administrative officer____________
1
5, 625
5,750
Secretary________________________
5, 500
6,125
Budget analyst__________________
6, 250
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
5.810
Secretary_________ ______ ________
Attorney-------------- --------------------22,115
16,805
17,055
5.810
Supervisor of parolees____________
5.060
1
5.060
5.185
Supervisor of releasees____________
1
1
5.060
5.060
5.185
1
Case analyst_____________________
2
11, 620
11,495
2
11, 745
Administrative assistant__________
2
5,935
10,120
2
10,370
Budget analyst__________________
5,185
1
5.060
1
5,310
Supervisor, fiscal control unit-------Supervisor, machine and statistical
5.310
1
1
5,435
5.185
unit___________________________
5.810
1
1
5.810
5.810
Analyst-------------- ------------ ----------5, 810
1
5.810
5.810
Assistant chief auditor____________
1
2
11, 245
11, 495
11,120
2
Personnel assistant_______________
5,435
1
5,560
5,310
1
Chief, purchasing unit____________
Recruitment and placement offi­
5.310
5, 435
1
5.185
cer____________________________
1
5.810
5.810
1
1
5, 810
Chief records analyst_____________
5, 810
5.810
1
1
5,685
Assistant librarian-----------------------15, 555
15, 930
3
15,180
Examiner__________________ _____
3
4
20, 855
21, 230
4
20, 355
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
35 163, 800
35 166, 800
166,130
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
30 131, 475
125, 305
30 134,100
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545-....... .
73 290, 930
73 295, 930
261, 935
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160........ .
412,195 119 419, 985 119 425, 665
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
335, 950 101 322, 370 101 327, 890
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
13
13
40, 790
40, 310
45, 250
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
2, 980
2, 980
1
1
2, 980
Grade 1. Range $2,500 to $2,980______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
3, 454
3, 454
3,454
1
1
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3,454______
32, 460
32,140
31,740
10
10
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230..........
99, 487
34 100, 928
95,656
34
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
2
5,490
5,410
5,330
2
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840....... .
Positions at hourly rates:
19, 510
18, 865
18,178
Rates equivalent to less than $5,180---Total permanent, departmental___

533 2,363, 098

536 2,398, 861 | 540 2, 468, 722

361

1954

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d e t a il

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION— Continued

of

per so nal

s e e v ic e s —

c o n t in u e d

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Deduct:
Lapses_______________________ _______
Savings due to use of former pay scales
Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)-----------

24. 9 $112, 981

22. 9 $100, 582

529.6
2, 315,175

511.1
2, 285, 880

517.1
2, 368,140

1, 837
26, 956
1,720
8,890

800
46,960

800
14,800

8,920

9,290

15, 054
504

19, 620
400

7, 950
400

3. 4 $43, 482
4, 441

Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment____________ -Temporary employment__ _________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base. ..
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay____________
Night-work differential_______________

2,000

2, 370,136

2, 364, 580

2, 401, 380

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations _____________ __
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
-----ments from other accounts----

2, 261, 903

2, 264, 580

2, 301, 380

108, 233

100,000

100, 000

Total of foregoing schedule________

2, 370,136

2, 364, 580

2, 401, 380

01

Personal services_______________

Salaries and Expenses, General Legal Activities, Justice—
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Object classification

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

1,430
48
1,377

1,517
49
1,438

Summary of Personal Services

1,375
48
1,298

Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary. _ __________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary. ___________ _______
Average grade_____________________

$5, 966
GS-8.4

$5, 998
GS-8.4

Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year____________________

$2, 853
CPC-3.1

$2, 856
CPC-3.1

$2, 911
CPC-3.1

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)__ . . .

$7,926,122
267, 552
30, 556
8,700

$8, 321, 367
267, 552
31, 931
8,700

Total personal service obligations...

7, 709, 342

8, 232, 930

8, 629, 550

01 Personal services___________________
________________
03 Transportation of things_______ ____
04 Communication services____________
05 Rents and utility services___________
06 Printing and reproduction__________
07 Other contractual services.......... ........
08 Supplies and materials_______ ______
09 Equipment_____________________ _
15 Taxes and assessments______________

7, 689, 662
294,303
5,261
83, 277
3,131
272, 831
763, 225
35, 765
63, 488
12,190

8, 232,930

8, 629, 550

305,180
5,200
81,350
2,400
220, 870
954,220
30, 720
54,600
12, 530

322,190
5, 500
85, 450
2,400
263, 410
975, 320
32,820
67.180
16.180

Total direct obligations___________

9,223,133

9,900, 000

10,400,000

Direct Obligations

Obligations Payable Out of Reimburse­
ments From Other Accounts

___

Total obligations...............................

19,680
9, 242, 813

9,900,000

10,400,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

1952 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Solicitor General______ ______ _ ___
Assistant Attorney General_________
Genera] schedule grades:
Grade 16, Range $12,000 to $12,800:
First assistant____________________
Attorney.—............ ................. ........

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Total permanent, departmental___ 1,068

$5, 954
GS-8.5

$7, 384, 927
284, 964
28, 703
10,748

01 Personal services__ ___

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1 $17,500
5 75,000
6
1

72,600
12, 200

1 $17,500
5 75,000
6
1

s e r v ic e s —

1 $17,500
5 75,000

73,600

6

12,200

1

73,800
12,400

c o n t in u e d

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Departmental—Continued
Num­■ Total Num­■ Total Num­• Total
General schedule grades—Continued
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney.. ________ _
______
40 $458, 500
40 $451, 500
40 $453, 250
Special assistant________________ _
1 11,250
1 11,000
1 11,000
Trial attorney______ .. . ____ _
10 115, 750
12 136, 350
10 115,000
Chief appraiser______ . . . ___ __ _
1 11,800
1 11,800
1 11,800
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Section head___ ____________ __
1 10,600
1 10,400
1 10,400
Administrative officer__________ _
1 10,000
1
9,800
1
9,800
Attorney________________________
114
111
113
1,157,400
1,106,400
1,134,600
Special assistant____________
3 30,400
3 30,200
3 30,400
Trial attorney______ ___________
14 141,600
13 130,000
14 140,000
Appraiser_____________________ _
1 10,000
9,600
1
1
9,800
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Administrative officer__________
2 17,320
2 16,920
2 16, 920
Attorney_____________________
116
123
113
1,024,760
1,059, 680
987, 680
Trial attorney___________________
32 287,920
38 329, 680
32 282,120
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney___________ ____ _______
52 378,280
46 335,840
49 351, 560
Trial attorney_____
_ __ ___ __
29 216,960
9 66,160
29 215,160
Administrative assistant .. . _____
2 15,480
2 15,280
2 15,280
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
92 563,480
41 253,140
43 268,220
Trial attorney (preparer-general) _..
4 26,360
10 60,800
4 24,960
Research analyst. . .
. _. _
1
6,340
3 17,820
1
6,140
Accounting and auditing analyst...
1
6,940
1
6, 540
1
6,740
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Attorney_________ _______ ___
3 17,625
2 11,250
3 17,375
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
_______
_ ...
Attorney___ _
49 261,315
45 231, 575
48 250,880
Trial attorney (preparer-general) __.
8 43,355
10 51,350
8 42,105
Confidential clerk___ ___ _______
3 16,430
3 15,680
3 16,055
Executive assistant.. . _ _____ . . .
1
5,810
5,060
1
1
5,810
Research analyst.........
_ __ __
5,560
1
5,435
1
1
5,435
Assistant administrative officer___
5,435
1
1
5,185
1
5,310
Administrative assistant...____ _
1
5,435
1
5,185
1
5,310
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370._ _ .
7 35,465
6 29, 720
7 34, 840
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955... ___
41 188,780
48 210. 215
41 184,405
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545___ __
57 250,190
54 230,055
57 245. 690
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______ 146 564, 300
135 544,100
135 530, 600
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______ 179 615 395
226 784,060
196 679, 610
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430. ____
64 204, 400
63 193, 690
64 200,480
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
19 56,810
9 28,030
19 56, 650
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230.
4 12,840
4 12, 280
4 12, 600
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____
2# 65, 976
23 65, 016
23 64, 696

Deduct:
Lapses...___________ ____ ___________

Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions___ ___________
Part-time and temporary positions . . .
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base—_
Payment above basic ra te s_____ _____

02 Travel _________

personal

1952 actual

Salaries and Expenses, General Administation, Justice— Con.
d e t a il

of

Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment________ _____
Part-time employment_______________
W. A. E. employment____ _ ______
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay... _ ______
Additional pay for service abroad_____
All personal services, departmental.
Field:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Assistant Attorney General___ _____
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney________________________
First assistant.___________________
Trial attorney. _. ________________
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney__________________________
Trial attorney_________ _____ _
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney_____
_______________
Trial attorney________ _. ______
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney_____________ ____ . . .
Trial attorney___ _
________
Expert appraiser______ - _ _ _
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney...
__________ ________
Trial attorney (preparer-general) _ _.
Administrative assistant__________
Investigator____________ _________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney_______ ____ . . ------Trial attorney (preparer-general)___
Research analyst_________________
Expert appraiser____ __________
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370._ . __
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545.____
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655.____
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______

6, 525, 631

112.5
681,178

1,086

6, 636. 981

61.2
372, 259

1,173
7,183,426
88

538,694

11,172
1,085
955.5
1,024.8
6, 644, 732
5,833, 281
6. 264, 722
109, 250
1,258
44, 298
22,560

82, 750
1,700
44, 500
24, 428

82, 750
1,700
44,500
25,668

10, 682
66

8,700

8,700

6,021, 395

6,426, 800

6, 808,050

1

15,000

1

15,000

1

15,000

3
1

34, 650
11,050
46,450

2
1
5

23,600
10, 800
57, 250

2
1

4

23,600
10,800
57, 500

8
8

81,200
81,600

8
9

82,000
93,200

8

82,600
93,800

5

9

12 104, 520
16 144,760

12 105,320

19 166,840
7 51, 880
19 141, 320
7,440
1

7 52,280
35 263,210
1
7,440

7 52, 680
35 265,210
1
7,640

11 66,140
18 114, 480
6,940
1
1
6,940

9 54, 660
33 207,220
1
6,940
1
6,940

9 55, 660
33 209,745
1
6,940
6,940
1

12 103, 720

2
6
1
1
1

9
3
44
81
37
6

10,495
31, 860
5,310
5, 810
5, 245
41, 595
13, 260
170, 665
279, 849
114,350
17,196

2

5
1
1
1

9
3
37
106
30
6

10, 620
27, 300
5, 435
5, 810
5,245
41, 220
13, 385
148, 940
362, 428
96,180
17,380

16 146,960

2

5
1
1
1

9
3
37
106
30
6

10, 745
27,925
5, 560
5, 810
5,245
41, 720
13, 510
152,190
366,428
98,420
17, 860

1954

363

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
d e t a il o p p e r s o n a l

s e r v ic e s —

c o n t in u e d

1952 actual

Field—Continued
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840______
Total permanent, field____________
Deduct:
Lapses____ . . . _______________ . „

Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment. ________ _____
Temporary employment-. __________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.. ..

1953 estimate

1

$3,032
2,420

1

307
1, 636, 737

1
1

38.8

12.8

82,102

1

$3,032
2,490

344
1,869, 285

$3,032
2,560

1

344
1,891,400
40.3

207, 885

214,765

294.2
1, 551, 655

305. 2
1, 661,400

303.7
1,676, 635

106, 468
23, 690
6.134

111,460
27,142
6,128

111, 460
27,142
6, 263

2, 980

All personal services, field_________

1, 687,947

1,806,130

1, 821, 500

Personal services._____ ___________

7, 709,342

8, 232, 930

8, 629, 550

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations___ ________________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accoun ts-..______

7, 689, 662

8, 232,930

8, 629, 550

Total of foregoing schedule________

7, 709,342

8, 232,930

8, 629, 550

01

19, 680

Salaries and Expenses, Antitrust Division, Justice—
obligations by objects

Object classification

1952 actual

1953 estimate

of

personal

1954 estimate

s e r v ic e s —

1952 actual

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year_______________ ___
Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)_________________

d e t a il

Summary of Personal Services

541

542

8

578
8

8

496

552

514

$6, 201
GS-9.1

$6,127
GS-8.8

$6,070
GS-8.6

$2, 905
CPC-3.1

$2,941
CPC-3.1

$2,992
CPC-3.1

$2, 982, 039
41, 510
10, 298
2,106
3, 035, 953

$3, 074,025
41, 500
10, 475

$3, 258, 900
41, 500
12, 600

2,000

2,000

3,128,000

3, 315,000

3,008, 555
105,307
2,015
34, 553
8, 762
60, 251
67, 935
19, 311
18, 890
2,183
3, 327, 762

3,128,000
115,000
3,000
35,000

3, 315,000
125,000
3,000
35,000

85.000
90.000

85.000
90.000

20.000
20, 000

20.000
20,000

Direct Obligations
01 Personal services __________________
02 Travel- _
______________

03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

Transportation of things.__ _______
Communication services
__ _ _
Rents and utility services___
.
Printing and reproduction.._________
Other contractual services__ . . . ____
Supplies and materials____ __ _____
Equipment . . . _______ ________
Taxes and assessments___ . . . __ _
Total direct obligations___________

4,000
3, 500,000

7,000
3, 700,000

Obligations Payable Out of Reimburse­
ments From Other Accounts

01 Personal services_________________
Obligations incurred____________

27, 398
3, 355,160

3, 500,000

3, 700,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
1952 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Assistant Attorney General_________
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
First assistant_____- ____ ________
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney__________________1_____
Economist____________________ __
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney________________________
Economist_______________________

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1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Total permanent, departmental___ 282 1, 767, 761
Deduct:
Lapses________ ____________________ 32 203,228
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year_________ ___________
3,003
Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)_______ 250 1, 561.530
Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment..................... .
23,118
Part-time employment_______________
2,683
W. A. E. employment__________ _____
525
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
5,646
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday p a y ........ .............. .....................
2,056

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney ----------------------------------Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney_____________ ____ ______
Economist______________________
Transportation rate analyst_______
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney________________________
Economist_______________________
Transportation rate analyst.............
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney....... .............. ....................
Economist________________ ______
Transportation rate analyst. ..........
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney________________________
Economist_________________ _____
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney________________________
Economist_______________________
Transportation rate examiner_____
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
Grade5. Range $3,410 to $4,160_____
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_____
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430_____
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______

Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)
______________
Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment_____________
W. A. E. employment____ _ . . . ___
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay_________________________

$15,000

1

$15,000

1

$15,000

1

12,200

1

12,400

1

12,400

20
1

225,150
11,800

22
1

251,100
11,800

22
1

251,350
11,800

28

279,600
60,400

28

282,600
61, 200

28

285,000
62, 200

6

6

6

282 1, 766,866
21

1954 estimate

125,880

297 1,846,276
20

124,176

261 1,640,986

277 1.722,100

25,000

25,000

1,595,558

1,000

1,000

5,750

6,900

2,000

2,000

1,674, 736

1, 757,000

8

92,150

9

102, 700

9

102, 700

19

187,400

18

179,200

18

181,400

21,200

9,800

2
1

21,200
10,000

2
1

21,200
10,000

225, 560
8,360
8,760

22
1
1

194,320
8, 560
8,960

22
1
1

195,520
8,760
8,960

284,160
7,440
14,880

28

209,720
7, 640
14,880

28

212,320
7, 640
15,280

177,060
6,940

26

162,640
6,940

26

19

3

102,015
5,435
5,435
5,120
119, 615
30,940
79,450
192,960
36,610
8,970

19

53
13
3

110, 635
5,310
5,310
4,995
30,935
30,440
78,200
184,930
42,030
8,730

2

5,584

2

5,744

2
1

26
1
1

39
1
2

29
1
21
1
1
1

7
7
20

Total permanent, field____________ 259 1, 550, 809
Deduct:
Lapses______ ____ ___________________ 21 127, 568
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year___ _________________
2,732

Num­• Total Num­■ Total Num­- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1

1953 estimate

Departmental—Continued
Num'- Total Num- Total Num- Total
General schedule grades—Continued
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 13. Range $8,3^0 to $9,360:
Attorney________________________
21 l$183,560
19 $169,040
19 $170,640
Special attorney________ _______
63, 320
7
62, 720
7
7
64,320
Economist________________ .. _
2
1
9,160
1
17, 320
9, 360
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney____________ ____ _______
21 152 440
16 120, 240
16 122,440
Economist__________________ ____
3
15, 280
22,120
2
2
15,480
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney______________________
21
27 163, 780
21 131,740
134,940
Economist____________ ________
2
11,880
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney___________ ___________
79 650
15
18
93, 705
15
80, 775
Economist__ __________________
5
27,175
5
27, 550
5
27, 925
1
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
4,870
4,745
1
1
4, 995
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______ 11
49, 505
40 173, 450
30 130,400
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______ 10
43, 325
42,325
10
10
44,325
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______ 35 133, 600
35 140, 260
35 143. 510
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______ 36 120,460
42 141,910
37 124,835
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3.430___ _
15
41,710
13
40,910
13
46,410
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
2
2
5,580
2
5,500
5,740
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
3,230
1
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230-.........
1
3,230
3,230
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
8
23,376
23,136
8
8
23,776

All personal services, departmental .
Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positionsAverage number of all employees__ _____
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary____ _ ___________
Average grade., __ ._ _. ______ _
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary__ ___ _
___ _
Average grade. ______ _ __________
Personal service obligations:
Permanent p o s i t i o n s . _____
_____
Part-time and temporary positions
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base...
Payment above basic rates __ _
Total personal service obligations. __

c o n t in u e d

1
2
1
1
1
1

28
7
20

55
11

260 1,519,054
15

86,015

1
2
1

165,840
6, 940

3

103,515
5, 560
5,560
5,245
179, 235
31, 315
80, 825
216,465
37,010
9,210

2

5,904

1
1
1

42
7
20

62
11

281 1,616.404
14

79,604

238 1,420, 509

245 1,433,039

267 1,536,800

13,272
1,912
4,652

13, 500

13, 500

2,000

2,000

4, 725

5,700

50

All personal services, field_________

1,440,395

1,453,264

1,558,000

Personal services______ __________

3,035, 953

3,128,000

3,315,000

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations___ ______________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts

3,008. 555

3.128,000

3, 315, 000

3,128,000

3,315,000

01

Total of foregoing schedule...........

27, 398
3,035, 953

1954

364

APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1954

LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION— Continued

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Object classification

1952 actual

1954 estimate

Field—Continued
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545......... .

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______

2,300
16
2,255

2,284
25
2, 242

2,310
25
2, 232

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_________ _____ ______
Average g r a d e ______________ _ _
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________

$4, 823
GS-6.9

$4, 873
GS-6.8

$4, 997
GS-7.0

$2, 719
CPC-2.7

$2,780
CPC-2.7

$2,837
CPC-2.7

33 $167,710
136 627,505
566
2,406, 220
351
1,361, 535
348
1, 218,100
147 469,330
33 97,310
3
8,540

Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions.._______________
Part-time and temporary p osition s___
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base__
Payment above basic rates____________

$10, 762,672
82, 624
41,900
131,358

$10, 769,400
121, 600
42,100
154,300

$11,009,250
121, 600
43, 000
162,400

Total personal service obligations...

11,018, 554

11,087,400

11,336,250

Personal services___________________
Travel______ ________________ ____
Transportation of things____________
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services______ ____
Printing and reproduction__________
Other contractual services__________
Supplies and materials_________ ____
Equipment______ ________________
Taxes and assessments....................... .

10,996, 592
1, 523, 000
8, 400
271, 500
7.793
145, 272
549, 436
65, 809
111,804
11, 400

11,087,400
1. 483. 400
10, 300
280, 300
7, 800
143, 000
489, 000
74, 000
167, 800
10, 000

11,336, 250
1, 660. 750
10, 300
304, 000
7,800
162, 000
570,000
74, 000
166, 850
11, 050

Subtotal_______ ________________
Deduct charges for quarters and subsist­
ence ________________________________

13, 691,006

13, 753,000

14,303,000

2,968

3,000

3,000

Total direct obligations. ............ ......

13, 688,038

13, 750, 000

14, 300, 000

Direct Obligations

Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655......... .
*
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Grade 1. Range $2,500 to $2,980______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 6. Range $3,200 to $3,680______
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840______
Total permanent, field..................
Deduct:
Lapses...... .................. ...... .....................
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year________ _____ _____ _

1
8
8

21, 962
13, 710,000

13, 750,000

14,300,000

3,680
22,416
20,130

33 $170,835
158 733,905
566
2,468,470
346
1,373,340
343
1, 216, 625
146 472,780
34 101,740
3
8,620
1
8
8

3,760
22,816
20,690

30 $158,725
125 593,895
655
2,879, 975
256
1,051, 460
343
1, 232, 865
146 481,180
34 103,660
3
8,700
1
8
8

3,760
23,216
21,250

2,300
2, 284
2,310
11,057,071
11,093, 941
11, 521,036

01

57 273,702
4

67 324,541

103 511,786

20,697

Personal services ...............................

11,018, 554

11,087,400

11, 336, 250

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations____________________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts__________

10,996, 592

11,087,400

11,336,250

11,087,400

11,336,250

Total of foregoing schedule......... .

Obligations incurred_________ ____

1954 estimate

Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)_________________ 2, 239
2,217
2,207
10, 762, 672
10, 769,400
11,009,250
Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment...................... .
12, 270
15,100
15,100
Temporary employment______________
35, 465
38,400
38, 400
Temporary deputy marshals (in lieu of
bailiffs)________________ ________
17,901
50,000
50,000
W. A. E. employment_______ ______
16, 988
18,100
18,100
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base
41,900
42,100
43,000
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay____________
5,300
5,080
5, 300
Living quarters and allowances_______
2,968
3,000
3,000
Additional pay for services abroad
(Alaska, Hawaii, etc.)______________
123,310
146, 000
154,100

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

01 Personal services............................... .

1953 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
Summary of Personal Services

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

c o n t in u e d

1952 actual

Salaries and Expenses, United States Attorneys and Marshals,
Justice—

1953 estimate

s e r v ic e s —

d e t a il o f p e r s o n a l

21,962
11,018, 554

Salaries and Expenses, Claims of Persons of Japanese Ancestry,
Justice—
o b l ig a t io n s

by

objects

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Object classification
1952 actual
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney------------------------------------Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney________________________
M arshal.__________ ___________ _
Assistant attorney_________ _____
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
A t t o r n e y .____________________ _
Marshal_________________________
Assistant attorney________ ______
Administrative assistant _________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney________________________
Marshal... _____________________
Assistant attorney____ ____ _______
Chief deputy marshal____ ________
Administrative assistant__________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Marshal_________________________
Assistant attorney________________
Chief deputy marshal.____ _______
Office deputy marshal____________
Training officer___________________
Administrative assistant__________
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Marshal..
___________________
Assistant attorney_______ ________
Chief deputy marshal____________
Office deputy marshal____________
Administrative assistant__________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Assistant attorney. ______________
Chief deputy marshal____________
Office deputy marshal____________
Field deputy marshal_____________
Administrative assistant__________

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1953 estimate

Num^- Total Num - Total Num - Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
17 $188,850

17 $188,850

17 $193,100

29 288, 400
8 78,800
5 50,200

29 288,400
8 78,800
3 31, 200

29 293,000
8 80,200
5 50,600

39 335.040
29 251,240
25 217,800
1
9,160

39 335, 040
29 251, 240
21 186, 560
9, 360
1

39 342, 640
29 256,840
25 223,000
9, 360
1

9 66,360
55 404,800
84 620,360
2 14,880
7,040
1

9 66,360
55 404,800
71 537,040
2 14,880
7,240
1

9 67, 760
55 415, 200
78 594,120
2 15,280
7,440
1

1

145
6
1
1
1
1

16
19
1
1

5,940
924,100
39, 640
6,940
5,940
6,340
5, 625
90,000
117,375
5,500
6,250

137 728,345
21 118,135
4 21, 615
7

39, 920

1

133
6
1
1
1
1

16
19
1
1

5,940
866,420
40,040
6,940
6,140
6, 540
5, 625
92,000
118,125
5,500
6,250

137 743,345
21 120,010

4
3
7

22,115
15,180
40,420

1

141
6
1
1
1
1

153
19
1
1

6,140
927, 340
40, 640
6, 940
6,140
6,740
5, 750
870,375
119, 625
5,500
6, 250

42 212, 770
21 120,885
4 22, 615
3 15,180
7 40, 920

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

48
46

49
45

49
46

$4,988
GS-7.2

$5,107
GS-7.3

$5,162
GS-7.3

Personal service obligations:
Permanet positions __ _______ ____ ___
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base...
Payment above basic rates................ .

$230,685
382

$233, 949
901
400

$233,895
905
400

Total personal service obligations...

231,955

235,250

235,200

229,110
189
23
4,482
924
1,890

235, 250
1,950

235,200
1,950

1954 estimate

Summary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions
Average number of all employees......... .....
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_______________ _____
Average grade.....................
.......... ......

888

Direct Obligations

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
13
15

Personal services...................................
Travel_______________ ______ _____ _
Transportation of things____________
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services............. ......
Printing and reproduction.__ ______
Other contractual services__________
Supplies and materials______________
Equipment ______________ ________
Refunds, awards, and indemnities----Taxes and assessmeots_____ ______ _
Total direct obligations___________

68

362

100

4,500
900
500
100

100

4,500
900
500
100

17,384,595
1,092

400
250
500,000
1,050

1,100

17,623,955

745,000

245,000

745, 000

245, 000

1,220

400
250

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

..............................

2,845

Obligations incurred___ ____ _____

17,626,800

01 Personal services

1954

365

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
1952 actual
Departmental:
Num - Total
General schedule grades:
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
_ _ .
Attorney_______ _____
1 $11, 800
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
A ttorney-..--------------------- ------1
9, 600
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney___________ .. ______
3
26, 080
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
1
Attorney . _ .__ _ _ ________
7, 040
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
A t t o r n e y , ______
___ _____
24,560
4
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545_____
4, 545
1
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
4
14, 265
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
5
17, 635
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430_____
15, 630
5
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230_____
2
5,660
Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct:
Lapses______ .
_ _ ___ __ _____
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year _ __ _
Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary). . ___
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay_________________________

27

Total permanent, field______ ___ Deduct:
Lapses_____ ________________________
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year...
_
Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary) _ __ ____ . _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
All personal services, field_________
01

Personal services

....... ...................

1953 estimate

Num - Total Num - Total
ber salary
ber salary
$11,800

1

$11,800

1

1

9,eoo

1

9, 800

3

26,080

3

26, 080

1

7, 040

1

7, 010

4

4
4
5

6
1

24,7^0
4, 545
14,640
17, 875
19, 380
2,830

6
1

24, 920
4, 545
15,015
17, 955
19, 700
2,910

136,815

27

138, 550

27

139,805

657

1

3,641

1

6, 720

1

4
5

27

2

135,897
523

26

134, 909
521

1

26

133,085
515

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary). _____
Part-time and temporary positions .. .
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Overtime and holiday pay._. . . . _____

13

78,274
1,895
302
17

12

75,012
288

17,120
8,360

10
5

59,400
15,875

3
1

17,820
3,175

Total permanent, field_______ ____
Deduct lapses . . . ___________________

15
12

75,275
58,968

4
1

20,995
7,447

Net permanent, field (averagenum­
ber, net salary)_____ ______ ____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base

3

16,307
63

3

13,548
52

2
1

16, 920
8,360

2
1

15, 680

2

15, 680

2

15, 880

23,760

4

23,760

4

23, 960

1
2

5, 060
7,590
10,480
20,170
2, 950

1
2

5,060
7, 590
10, 730
20, 570
3,030

1
2

5, 060
7, 715
10, 980
20,970
3,110

3
6
1

3
6
1

21

102,610

22

111,700

22

113,155

2

7,640

3

12, 660

2

12,345

01

80, 488

75,300

All personal services, field_______

16, 370

13, 600

Personal services_________________

96,858

88, 900

f e d e r a l b u r e a u o f in v e s t ig a t i o n

182

Salaries and Expenses, Federal Bureau of Investigation—
19

94, 788
365
95,153
231,955

19

99. 040
380
99 420
235; 250 |

20

100, 810

obligations by objects

390
101, 200

Object classification

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

235, 200
Summary of Personal Services

235, 250

235, 200

235, 250

235, 200

2,845

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______

15, 181
3
14,453

15, 435
4
13, 738

14,155
4
13,672

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade. _______ _________

$4,802
GS-7.1

$4, 813
GS-7.0

$4, 947
GS-7.2

$69, 814, 347
14, 929
281, 872
4, 403, 287

$65, 767, 598
15, 000
275, 258
497, 656

$68, 144, 816
15,000
274,034
545, 208

74, 514, 435

66, 555, 512

68, 979,058

63, 014, 545
4,508, 713
740,461
1,412,068
304,111
118,062
1,336,280
2,101,998
2, 408,417
9,314
126.830

61, 072, 422
3, 906, 430
449, 651
1,187, 925
156, 508
114, 665
1,149,377
1,462, 685
589,683

65, 875,939
3, 942, 400
458,100
1, 203, 200
219, 785
149, 428
2, 020,191
1, 506,040
1,343,490

158, 654
100, COO

261,427

76,080, 799

70,348,000

77,080,000

11,499, 890
937,580
98,191
281,551

5, 483, 090
442,366
51,373
128, 757

3,103,119
250,154
29, 609
72,177

Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions . . .
___ _ __
Part-time and temporary positions____ 1
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base..Payment above basic rates, _ ________
Total personal service obligations. _.

48
16

$5, 638
GS-8.8

22

15

$6, 243
GS-9.8

$2, 552
CPC-1.0

Direct Obligations

01 Personal services_______ __________
02 Travel____________________________
03 Transportation of things____ _______
04 Communication services ______ _
05 Rents and utility services___________
06 Printing and reproduction............ . .
07 Other contractual services__________
08 Supplies and materials________ _____
09 Equipment__________ _________ __
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
15 Taxes and assessments__ ________
Reserve for emergencies______________ .

$94, 581
1, 895

$88, 560

365
17

340

Total direct obligations.__ _______

Total personal services.......... ......
Travel.
15 Taxes and assessments......... ..............

96 858

88, 900

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts

400

500
600

Obligations incurred_______ ______

97, 258

90,000

01 Personal services _____ _______ __ .
02 Travel____________________________
03 Transportation of things____________
04 Communication services____________

02

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116,350
41,338

All personal services, departmental

Salaries and Expenses, Defense Production Activities, Justice—

200200—53----- 24

6

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Assistant attorney _ ___________
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_____

231, 955

01 Personal services:
___
Permanent positions______
Part-time and temporary positions..
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base.-. . . .
. _
Overtime and holiday pay

18

134,000

Total of foregoing schedule.......... .

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary. ....................... .
,
Average grade
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary
Average grade

192,272
113,998

135, 830

229,110

Total number of Dermanent positions
Average number of all employees_______

33
20

136,802

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations. _________________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts

Object classification

Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct lapses. - __
__
______

400

16,920

1954 estimate

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Attorney - ____. . . _____ . . . ___
4 $43,200
2 $22,100
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney - .. _ _____________
2
19,600
4
38,400
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney. _
.. _____ _____
1
8,960
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney - __
________
4
28,160
4
28,960
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney______
. . .
____
2
11,880
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney. . .
_ ______
3
15,180
3
15,555
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955_____
1
4,205
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545 _____
4
15,305
1
4,170
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160_____
1
4,160
3
10,230
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655 _____
8
26,080
3
9,925
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
2,552
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____

400

2

6
1

1953 estimate

382

4

3

1952 actual

1954 estimate

261

All personal services, departmental.
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney,. . . . __ _____________
Hearing officer _ _
- _ __
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Attorney. _____
______ .
..
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Attorney __
___
_ .
_____
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Attorney_______________________
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545_____
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160_____
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430_____

detail of personal services

100,000

1954

366

APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1954

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION— Con.

d e t a il

of

s e r v ic e s —

perso nal

Salaries and Expenses, Federal Bureau of Investigation— Con.
o b l ig a t io n s

by

o bjects—

Object classification

1952 actual

Printing and reproductionOther contractual services..
Supplies and materials____
Equipment______________
Taxes and assessments_____
Total obligations payable out of
reimbursements from other ac­
counts_____________ ___________
Total obligations.

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

$4,014
96,354
72, 597
126,967
13,896

$6,966
167,180
126,673
220,295
24,927

$13,314
319,524
249,233
421,043
55,837

13,876,163

6,651,627
76,999,627

89,956,962

3,768,887
80,848,887

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 17. Range $13,000 to $13,800:
Assistant director______________
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
Special agent in charge__________
Assistant special agent in charge..
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Special agent in charge__________
Assistant special agent in charge—
Special agent__________________
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Inspector_________________ ____
Special agent in charge__________
Assistant special agent in charge. _
Special agent__________________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Special agent in charge_________
Assistant special agent in charge ~
Special agent--------- ------------------Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Assistant special agent in charge..
Special agent__________________

DETAIL OP PERSONAL SERVICES

1952 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Director_________________________
Associate director________________
General schedule grades:
Grade 18. Rate of $14,800:
Assistant to the Director________
Grade 17. Range $13,000 to $13,800:
Assistant director_______________
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
Inspector______________________
Senior administrative officer_____
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Inspector______________________
Senior administrative officer_____
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Inspector______________________
Senior administrative officer------Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Senior administrative officer------Technical specialist___________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Administrative officer________
Technical specialist-.
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Administrative officer------------Technical specialist___________
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Junior administrative officer___
Translator___________________
Technician__________________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Senior administrative assistant.
Technician___________________
Translator___ _______________
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,3?0-_.
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955- __
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545-..
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160...
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230-.
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 8 . Range $3,740 to $4,490-------Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035-------Grade 6 . Range $3,200 to $3*680_____
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3,454_____
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230_____
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____
Positions at hourly rates: Rates equiva­
lent to less than $5,060_______ . ____
Total permanent, departmental..
Deduct:
Lapses_______________________
Savings due to use of former pay
for part of year______________

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

$20,000
17, 500

1 $20,000

29,600
78,000

1

17,500

1

17,500

2 29,600

2

29,600

6

78,000

6

79,200

8

96,000
24,000

8

96,000
24,000

2
43, 200
10,800
14 139, 659
24 232,990
,863,107
153,824

59 433,300
31 236,292
43, 456
47,812
1
12

17, 250
5,875
69, 597

20 105,188

16 83,883
1
5, 810
19 92, 700
116 523,197
159 670,148
411
, 534,485

2

4,365
4,035

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Special employee___________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Special employee___________
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370.
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160.
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655.

12 129,600

12 121,472
28 280,609

Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230-

190
1, 618,654

243
2, 084, 658
19 160,534

93 710,732
39 298,914

23 165,830
32 238,823

14
10
9
1

88,358
63,832
53,620

6,250

18 100,879
16 85,592

37,168
30, 416
9
1
4

52.322
6,125
22,193

24 132, 305
15 80,818
1
5,060
45 216, 731
167 783,997
223 938,275
551

15,800
17, 461

” 8 " ' 24~662
5 14,300

3,835
7, 040
3, 054
21,812
11, 476

42 127,799

47 135,828

52 173,959

1
5

3,735
16,890

Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430-

50 487,321

24 116,828
108 502,739
136 574,997
331
1, 233, 515
841
2, 751,062
4, 980, 073
,753, 775
1,194
1,706
>9
e, 039, 507
3,345,488
3, 551, 290
952
2,339
1, 200
3,372, 767
, 619,004
6, 554,393

10, 080
2, 974

Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Special agent.---------- -------------

1 $20,000

1954 estimate

Crafts, protective, and custodial „
Grade 8. Range $3,740 to $4,490.
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035
Grade 6. Range $3,200 to $3,680
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3,454
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032

Num­ Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1 $13,000

9
1
2

97, 200
10, 800
21, 600

1 $13,200
9 108,000

1

12,000

3

34,467

1

12,000

10 111,414

2 19, 400
38 383, 395
12 115, 471
77, 328

41 415,889
6 59,714
16 157,995

54, 412
38 342,143
661
, 581, 411

46 409,398
605
5, 216, 803

40 361,702
948
8,155, 928

2 15,880
2,113
15, 619, 465

14,553, 789

1, 760
* 13,043, 233

2
34
12
6

19,600
340,715
118,971
58,533

615
1,602
1,142
3,720,824
9,685,227
6,805,224
2,834
2,255
1, 691
15, 727, 566
12,605,078
9, 502, 659
6 33,446
105 559,317
72 396,249
154 827,328
99d
173
179
820,669
874,802
1,084, 268
162 705,515
71 313,194
80 363,796
91 375, 753
97 396,334
70 300,882
362
316
512
] , 321,108
1,183, 796
1,926,200
1, 294
1,371
1,067
, 239, 700
4, 563, 099
3, 544, 510
834'
973
944
, 553,216
2,981, 029
2, 864,294
331
164
,303,277
917,277
466, 790
3, 740
3,935
9,600
3, 454
8,330
8, 216

Total permanent, field..

Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year____________________
Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)___ ____ ________

1

3,865

3
1
4

9,920
3,214
11,720
2,712

1

1
1
3

4,115
3,535
10,080

4
3

11,720
8,376

9,938
54,928, 571

50, 067, 073

531.5
1, 436. 7
2, 316,186
7, 606,109

305.9
1,330,136

53, 749,171
Deduct:
Lapses..

127,029
, 317. 5
51,305,956

,501.3
47,322,462

, 577.1
48,736,937

14,929
208, 511

15,000
204,961

15,000
199,039

2,472,313
121,834
172,955

43, 566
83, 725
123,416

94,444
125,194
156,323

All personal services, field.

54,296,498

47,793,130

49,326,937

Personal services................

74, 514,435

66, 555, 512

68,979,058

74,486, 533

61,072, 422

65,875,939

27,902

5,483,090

3,103,119

74,514,435

66, 555, 512

68,979,058

Part-time and temporary positions: Tem­
porary employment_________________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay_._............ .
Night-work differential______________
Additional pay for service abroad_____

01

1 $13,000
9 108,000

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations____________________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts............ ......
Total of foregoing schedule..

5,332
5,272
5,497
19, 242,914
19,846, 568
19,057,473
199.8
458, 822

264.4
797, 778

180.7
438, 689

20, 217, 937

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
Salaries and Expenses, Immigration and Naturalization Service—

90, 260

Net permanent, departmental (av­
5, 232. 6
5,091.3
erage number, net salary)_______ 5,132. 2
18, 445,136
19, 407,879
18, 508, 391
74, 995
73, 361
70, 297
Regular pay in excess of 52-week t
Payment above basic rates:
1, 476, 590
4, 975
Overtime and holiday pay____
4,850
242,099
164, 272
159, 595
Night-work differential_______
All personal services, departmental.

Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $
Special agent__________

Num­ Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary

221

1953 estimate

c o n t in u e d

Obligations Payable Out of Reimbursements
From Other Accounts— Continued

06
07
08
09
15

c o n t in u e d

18, 762, 382

19, 652,121

o b l ig a t io n s

Object classification
Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions. Average number of all employees________

by

o bjects

1952 actual
7,449
280
7,296

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

7,234
158
7,154

8,416
158
8, 247

1954

367

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
obligations by objects —

Object classification

1952 actual

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary__________________ .
Average grade.._ _ _ _ _ ___
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary____ _ ._ __ _____
Average grade_________________ ___
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions....
Part-time and temporary positions..
Allowances to detainees for work
performed. _________ _ _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base
_.
________
Payment above basic rates _______
Payments to other agencies for re­
imbursable details. _. ._
_____

detail of personal services —

continued
1953 estimate

1954 estimate

$4, 415
GS-6. 2

$4, 469
GS- 6. 3

$4, 507
GS- 6. 5

$3, 405
CPC-5.4

$3, 411
CPC-4.7

$3,419
CPC-5 . 1

$30, 335, 438
939, 548

$30,887, 700
561, 200

$36,013, 000
582, 600

58, 470

40,000

40,000

123,967
2, 428,079

122,800
2, 353, 900

140, 400
2, 561,800

29,155

30, 500

30, 500

Total personal services_ __
02 Travel - _ _ _ . ____
___ __
03 Transportation of things____________
04 Communication services___ ______
05 Rents and utility services__________
06 Printing and reproduction..
_. . . .
07 Other contractual services. ________
Services performed by other agen­
cies. ___ _
.
____
08 Supplies and materials______
_
09 Equipment_____ __________ ______
10 Lands and structures _ ___ ____
13 Refunds, awards and indemnities
15 Taxes and assessments__ _ ______
Unvouchered._____ .. __ _______

33,914,657
2,836, 466
136, 986
348, 604
211,135
178,900
1, 588,090

33,996,100
2,816,100
137,800
357, 200
180,600
203, 900
1, 626, 200

39, 368, 300
3,146,800
137,800
411, 600
311, 400
273, 900
2, 329, 800

526,934
1, 536, 466
1,065,654
222, 244
20,696
61, 332
9,259

397, 500
1, 525, 200
635,500

407, 500
2,048,050
785,100
45.000
20, 700
108,150

Subtotal______________ ______ _
Deduct charges for quarters and sub­
_
_ __ __
sistence _______

42, 657, 423

41,986,800

Total obligations

. ______

. . . __

20,700
70,000
20, 000

20.000

49, 414,100

24,112

24,100

24,100

42,633, 311

41,962, 700

49, 390,000

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

detail of personal services

1952 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Commissioner._ _______________
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
Deputy commissioner. _ - _______
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Assistant commissioner.
______
General counsel___ _________ _
Chief operations adviserGrade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney adviser__________ __
General attorney_________________
Chief of branch______ _______ __
Chief examiner________ _____ ____
Director of personnel______ ______
Investigator
_____
_______
Operations adviser
_ _ _____
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney adviser_________________
Assistant chief of branch____ _____
Chief of branch________ _____ _ __
Chief of section. _________________
Adjudicator
. ______ _ _
Chief control officer____________ __
Chief examiner. - ___ __________
Chief deportation o f f i c e r . . . . ___
Chief parole officer___________ _ _
Chief inspector__
_
______
Director of personnel_____________
Budget officer______ _ _______
Assistant director of personnel_____
Deportation examiner______ ____ __
Operations adviser___ __________
Organization and methods examin­
er__ ____ _
______ ________
Supervising engineer___ _______ __
Supervising legal assistant________
Trial attorney. _ _ ______ _______
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Adjudicator_____________________
Attorney adviser____ ____________
Chief of branch_______________ __
Administrative analyst___________
Chief of section. _ _ _______ ___
Assistant chief of section .._______
Fiscal officer ... ______ ________
Immigration patrol inspector______
Investigator_____________________
Organization and methods examin­
er
Placement and training officer_____
Supervising legal assistant________
Trial attorney __ _________________
Unit supervisor_________ _________

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1 $15,000

1 $15,000

1 $17,500

1

12,000

1

12,000

1

12,200

4

44,700
11,800

5

55,500
11,800
10,800

5
1
1

56,250
11,800
10,800

1

1
1

1

10,000

9,600

2
1

20,000

1

20,000

1

9,800

6

19,800
9,600
58,600

2

2

6

9,800
58,600

1

9,600

1
3

9,600
28,800

1
3

9,600
28,800

6
1
1

7

2

51,760
8,360
8,760
17,920

2

18,120

3

1
1
1

8,760
8,560
8,360

4

35,040

1

8,360
9,360

1

1

7
4
1
3
3
1
1

51,880
28,760
8,040
21,720
22,920
7,240
7,040

7

51,680

1

7,240

6

46,840

1952 actual

1
1
1

60,520
8,360
33,840
8,360
8,360
8,360
26,480
8,360
8,360
8,760

‘1
1
1

61,120
8,360
33,840
8,360
8,360
8,360
26,480
8,360
8,360
8,960

1

8,360

1

8,360

1
2
8

8,360
16,720
68,480

1
2
8

8,360
16,720
69,080

1

1

1
1

8,360
9,360
8,360
8,360

1
1

8,560
9,360
8,360
8,360

5
2
1

35,400
14,480
7,240

5
2
1

35,800
14,880
7,240

1
1
1
1

1

1
7,040
1
7,040
19 137,160
2
1
2
1

14,280
7,040
14,080
7,040

7
1

4
1
1
1

3

1

1
7,240
1
7,040
22 159,480
2
1
2
1

14,280
7,040
14,080
7,040

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num­ Total Num­■ Total Num­■ Total
D epartmental—C ontinued
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
31 $194,140
19 $119, 660
29 $180,460
Adjudicator______ ___ ______ ___
1
6,940
Administrative analyst
7 43,980
7 44,380
1
6,940
Attorney adviser_______ _________
2 12,080
2 12,080
Chief of section __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
1
6,940
Chief deportation officer
1
6,940
Chief detention officer
1
1
5,940
5,940
Deportation officer
6,140
1
5,940
1
1
6,140
Fiscal officer___ _ ______________
1
2 11,880
5,940
2 12,080
Fiscal analyst___________________
5,940
1
1
5,940
Employee relations officer_____ _.
3 17,820
2 13,480
Investigator __ _______ ________
3 17,820
Classification and employment serv­
1
6,140
ice officer
2 11,880
2 11,880
Parole officer
1
6,140
1
6,140
Passport officer
1
5,940
1
5,940
Placement officer
5,940
1
1
5, 940
Position classifier
6,140
1
1
5 30,100
6,140
Research analyst_________________
6,140
1
6,140
1
1
6,340
Training officer... _____________ .
1
5,940
1
5, 940
Public relations officer ___
5,940
1
1
5,940
Statistician. _____ _______
2 12,880
Unit super'visor
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
1
6,685
Adjudicator
2 11, 625
2 11,875
2 11, 500
Assistant chief of section__________
1
5,500
Culinary supervisor
3 16,500
Investigator
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
8 46,355
9 51,540
15 85,650
Adjudicator_____ ______ _________
1
5,185
1
5,185
1
5,310
Administrative assistant________ _
1
5,810
Assistant chief of section
1
5,810
1
5,810
1
5,810
Budget analyst, __ ______________
4 20,865
4 20,865
4 21,115
Chief of section__________________
1
5, 060
1
5, 810
1
5, 060
Editor__________________________
1
1
5, 060
5, 060
Fiscal officer_____ _____________
1
5, 060
1
5,310
Classification analyst
5, 060
1
1
Employee relations officer__
5, 060
2 11, 245
2 11, 245
2 11, 245
Passport officer______ __________
2 10, 370
2 10, 495
2 10, 495
Placement officer. _______________
2 10, 245
5,185
2 10, 370
1
Position classifier _ ______________
3 15,180
3 15,180
Organization and methods examiner.
1
5,810
5,810
1
1
Radio engineer____ _ __________ _
5,810
1
5,810
1
5,810
1
5, 810
Records retirement officer......... ......
1
5,060
1
5,310
1
Statistician______________________
5,060
1
5,185
Research analyst
1
1
5, 060
5,060
Training officer
1
5, 310
2 11,120
1
5, 435
Unit supervisor__________________
3 14,360
4 18, 730
3 14, 735
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370.____
31 140, 855
32 142, 060
31 143, 605
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
13 54, 210
13 55,085
10 41,450
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
65 242, 400
65 248, 525
60 226, 350
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160___ _
372,
715
121
414,190
109
148 503, 580
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
160 502, 560
198 627, 380
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______ 223 685, 365
142 406, 900
116 341, 220
116 350, 260
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230. _____
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
1
3, 510
1
3, 430
1
3, 510
Grade 6. Range $3,200 to $3,680______
2
2
6,060
6, 060
2
6, 220
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
17 48, 984
23 63, 896
17 49, 944
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____
10 27,140
13 34,120
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840______
10 27, 700
Positions at hourly rates: Rates equiva­
10 32,155
9 26,124
10 32,155
lent to less than $5,060____ __________
Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct lapses________________________

4

continued

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)_____

798
3,183, 760
29 124, 273

709
3,041,199
21 94,199

801
3,419,784
41 170, 684

769
3,059,487

688

2,947,000

760
3,249,100

521,051
8,184
12,567

282, 600
5,000
11,600

282, 600
5,000
12,400

4, 585
10,419

4,900
13, 200

4, 900
13, 200

Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment__ _____
W. A. E. employment_______________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay___ __ . . .
Night-work differential. . . .
Payments to other agencies for reimburs­
able details__________ _______ _______
All personal services, departmental.
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
District director_________ ______
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
District director____ ______ ____
Associate district director_________
District enforcement officer. ______
Attorney adviser._. _____________
District administrative officer____
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
District director. ________ ______
District adjudications officer______
District administrative officer_____
District enforcement officer ___ . . .
Assistant enforcement officer______
Investigator.
. _______ ______
Officer in charge________________
District counsel___ _
_________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
District adjudications officer............
District administrative officer..........

5,387

5, 200

5,200

3, 621, 680

3, 269, 500

3, 572, 400

7

81,350

7

81,350

7

82,350

7

7
4
1
1

70, 600
10, 400
39,800
9, 600
10, 200

7
4

1
1

70, 400
10, 200
39,800
9,600
10, 200

1
1

71, 400
10, 400
40, 200
9, 800
10, 400

2
2
1
11
1
1
1

18, 720
18, 720
9,360
97, 760
8,360
8, 360
8, 360

2
2
1
11
1
1
2
11

18, 720
18,720
9,360
98,560
8, 560
8,360
16, 720
91,960

2
2
1
11
1
1
2
11

18, 720
18, 720
9,360
99,700
8,560
8, 360
16,920
91,960

10

76, 200
36, 600

10

76, 400
36,800

10

77,000
37,800

1

4

5

1

5

1

5

1954

368

APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1954
detail of personal services —

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE—
Continued
Salaries and Expenses, Immigration and Naturalization Service—
Continued
d e t a il o f p e r s o n a l

s e r v ic e s —

1952 actual

c o n t in u e d

1953 estimate

Field—Continued
Num­ Total Num­• Total
General schedule grades—Continued
ber salary
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040—Con. ber salary
District counsel and adjudications
2 $14,480
1 $7, 440
___
ofRcer_-_ _ . . . 1
1
7,040
7,040
District enforcement officer . _____
2 16,080
2 16,080
Assistant enforcement officer_____
14 107,160
14 106, 960
Chief of section ._____. . . ______
10 71,800
9 64, 760
Investigator. . . ____________
10 78, 800
11 85, 640
Officer in charge.__ --------------- _.1
7, 240
1
7, 240
Liaison officer.-- ___
..
. ..
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
11 67, 740
11 67, 740
Airplane pilot _ _ _ ------ -- -------8 53, 720
6 40, 240
District administrative officer____
6 40, 240
District counsel and adjudications
2 13,480
13,
480
2
officer_________
. . . ________
20 131, 200
21 137,340
Chief of section.
_ ______ ____
9 59,060
9
59,060
Assistant chief of section ________
11 66,940
5 29, 700
Examining officer________ ________
741,880
122
98 589,920
Hearing officer---------- ------------- 80 494, 600
62 383, 680
Investigator--.
_
------------37 247,180
36 240,040
Officer in c h a r g e . ------- --------10 66, 600
10 66,600
Assistant officer in charge________
2 12, 880
Naturalization examiner__________
2 12,880
6,140
1
1
5, 940
Personnel officer.
.
------ .
12 78,280
Immigration patrol inspector.. .
12 77,880
1
6,940
6, 940
Director of training school-.------1
4 26,7c0
Unit supervisor.- ._ .. ---------- _
4 26, 760
30 178, 200
Special inquiry officer_____ ______
1
5, 940
3 17, 820
Attorney adviser_____ .. _____
Doctor
. . .
__
Grade 10. R’ ange $5,500 to $6,250:
5 28,375
Chief of section ._ _ -------------------5 28,375
2 11,500
Assistant chief of section__________
2 11,375
14 85,000
26 153, 750
Investigator------------------------------ 51 312,500
Officer in charge--------------------------51 311,375
14 83, 500
Assistant officer in charge.._ . . . .
14 83,125
2 12, 250
2 12, 250
Unit supervisor_____
-----------1
6,000
6,000
Assistant supervisor._. ---------------1
8 48,125
Immigration patrol inspector.__
8 47,625
1
5, 750
Adjudicator___
_____ . . .
Grade 9. Range $5,0C0 to $5,810:
3 15, 930 ___________
Attorney________________________
70 367, 950
47 246,445
Adjudicator__________ _________
3 16,680
Chief of section------- -- -------------3 16,680
5 27,300
Assistant chief of section________ 5 26,925
B S. I. Chairman
- ___
31 165,735
40 215,650
Deportation and parole officer____
37 199,845
2 10, 620
District administrative officer____
2 10, 620
_________
Immigrant inspector
19 107,140
Immigration patrol inspector. __ ..
19 106,640
3 16,180
Instructor_______________ .. .._ 3 16,180
687
Investigator------------- -- -------------537
3, 668,845
2, 901, 470
Naturalization examiner. _ _ ______ 147
138
787, 280
830, 445
23 129, 255
Officer in charge-------------------23 128,880
2 11, 495
Assistant officer in charge________
2 11,495
Passport officer_______ _____ . . . _
5,185
1
5,310
1
Superintendent ___
______
1
1
5,810
5,810
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370____
305
307
1, 584,360
1, 586,465
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955___ _ 1,855
1,717
8, 715,400
8,098, 590
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______ 346
269
1,339,070
1,017, 630
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______ 115
387
455, 775
1,460, 795
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_____
920
916
3, 224,200
3, 228, 620
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______ 830
813
2, 670,260
2, 638,830
Grade 2. R*ange $2,75^ to $3,230______ 244 684,330
244 689,050
Grade 1. Range $2,500 to $2,980_____
1
2, 740
1
2,820
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 10. Range $4,565 to $5,315_____
10 52,400
10 52, 650
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,900______
9 42,475
8 37,825*
Grade 8. Range $3,740 to $4,490_____
25 109, 250
19 85, 560
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035_____
64 248,030
32 128,810
Grade 6. Range $3,200 to $3,680_____
370
60
1,290,320
218,160
Grade 5. Range $2,974 to $3,454_____
43 134,203
24 79,057
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230........ .
88 270, 240
87 269,810
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032_____
50 139, 520
50 140,320
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840_____
22 57,860
22 58,800

1954 estimate

Num­■ Total
ber salary
2 $14, 480
1
7, 240
2 16,080

14 108,960
10 73, 000
11 85,840
1
7, 240
11

68, 540

6

40,840

9

158
80
39
10
2
1
12
1

4
30
1

3
2

5
2

14
51
14
2
1
8
1

59, 660
68,140
955, 720
504, 800
261,860
67, 400
13, 280
6,140
78, 680
6, 940
27, 3"0
184,000
5,940
17, 820
11,880
28,375
11,750
87,625
314,625
84,500
12, 375
6,125
48,375
5,750

_____ ______
112 585, 220
3 16,805
5 27,800
40 219, 400
2 10, 870
75 399,000
19 109,140
3 16,555
926
4,, 932,810
208
1,146, 980
23 130,380
2 11, 620
5,435
1
5,810
1
1,110

5, 670,000

1,102

5,050,140
328
1, 246,160
406
1, 524, 585
1,163
4,059,405
826
2, 724, 780
244 705, 610
2, 980
1
53,150
46, 625
27 116, 730
44 177,430
127
440,640
24 79,137
89 279, 470
54 153,328
22 60,130
10
10

Total permanent, field____________ 6, 651
6,525
7, 615
28, 975, 768
28, 924, 792
34. 058. 255
Deduct lapses____ _____________________ 404
217
286
1, 699, 817
984,092
1, 294, 355
Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)_________________ 6,247
6,308
7,329
27,275,951
27, 940,700
32, 763, 900

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Part-time and temporary positions:
Temporary employment___ ________
Part-time employment________ ___
W. A. E. employment________ _____ _
Casual employment_______________ _
Allowances to detainees for work per­
formed_____ _______ ____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay______ . . . .
Nonreimbursable overtime (act of
Mar. 2, 1931)______________
. .
Reimbursable over time (act of Mar. 2,
1931)__________________________ .
Night-work differential . . . _____
Living and quarters allowance________
Additional pay for service abroad_____
Payments to other agencies for reimburs­
able details_________________________

01

2 13, 680
20 133,400
11

continued
1953 estimate

1954 estimate

$271,660
6,256
24,242
108,155

$176,000
7,600
15,000
75,000

$176,000
7,600
15, 000
96,400

58, 470
111,400

111, 200

40,000

40,000
128,000

287,015

232, 200

310,800

858, 549

841,000

913,300

830,000
275, 242
84,097
78,172

814,000
266, 200
80,000
102,400

814, 000
312,700
80,000
112,900

23, 768

25, 300

25,300

All personal services, field_________

30, 292, 977

30, 726, 600

35, 795, 900

Personal services...............................

33, 914, 657

33, 996,100

39,368,300

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
Salaries and Expenses, Bureau o f Prisons—
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Object classification

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

BUREAU OF PRISONS
Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______

4,030
16
3, 857

4,031
14
3,881

4,079
14
3,890

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_________ _________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salarv___________ ___ __ _
Average grade..____ ________ __ _

$4, 794
GS-6.9

$4,840
GS-6.9

$4,390
GS-5.9

$3,967
CPC-7.3

$3,974
CPC-7.3

$3,169
CPC-4.1

$16,119, 360
69,193

$16, 368, 000
61,000

$16, 673, 300
61,000

64, 222
563, 615

62, 700
586, 300

63, 400
672, 300

16, 816, 390
276, 401
172, 300
92, 725
749,016
35. 793
232, 390
5, 723, 351
479. 918
129, 961
1,776
4, 351

17,078,000
279.000
186.000
94,000
823.000
40, 000
215, 000
6, 112,000
370.000
140, 000

17,470,000
283.000
190.000
94,000
885, 000
40, 000
255.000
6, 352,000
494.000
152.000

4, 000

4,000

24, 714,372

25, 343,000

26, 221,000

251,189

261,000

261,000

24,463,183

25,082,000

25, 960,000

01 Personal services:
Permanent positions_____
__ _
Part-time and temporary positions. _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base.. .
_ _
...
Payment above basic rates _ _
Total personal services______ _

02 Travel_____ ______

03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Transportation of things_________
Communication services___ ____ _
Rents and utility services_________ _
Printing and reproduction____ . . . _
Other contractual services Supplies and materials_____ _____
Equipment .. _
11 Grants, subsidies, and contributions _.
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
15 Taxes and assessments________ _____
Subtotal.......... .
._ _
Deduct charges for quarters and subsist­
ence_________________________
Total obligations____

2,000

2,000

ALLOCATION TO PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions
Average number of all em ployees_______
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary. ________________
Average grade___________
01 Personal services:
Permanent positions____________
Part-time and temporary positions _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base_____________ . . .
Payment above basic rates"______
Total personal services.

02 Travel_____________

03
04
13
15

_____

Transportation of things ..
Communication services__________
Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
Taxes and assessments_______
Total obligations............. _ .

214

214

10
211

12
211

214

$4, 461
GS-7.1

$4, 556
GS-7.1

$4, 670
GS-7.1

$1,161, 818
57, 543

$1,190, 990
72, 700

$1, 226, 990
72, 700

2,843
12, 250

2, 010
11, 000

2,010
11, 000

1, 234, 454
11, 801
20, 756

1, 276, 700
9,500
11, 400

1, 312, 700
9,500
11, 400

100

100

214
12

100

25
345

300

300

1, 267, 481

1, 298, 000

1, 334, 000

1954

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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
obligations by objects —

Object classification

detail of personal services —

continued

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

4,245
26
4,092

4, 293
26
4,104

bureau of prisons—continued

summary

Total number of permanent positions____
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of all employees_______

4, 244
26
4,068

$4, 758
GS-6.8

GS-6.8

$4, 398
GS-5.9

$3, 967
CPC-7.3

$3, 974
CPC-7.3

$3,169
CPC-4.1

01 Personal services:
Permanent positions______________
Part-time and temporary positions._
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.
Payment above basic rates________

$17, 281,178
126, 736
67,065
575, 865

$17, 558, 990
133, 700
64, 710
597, 300

$17, 900, 290
133,700
65, 410
683,300

Total personal services__________
Travel____________________________
Transportation of things____________
Communication services____________
Rents and utility services___________
Printing and reproduction__________
Other contractual services__________
Supplies and materials___ ____ _____
Equipment_______________________
11 Grants, subsidies and contributions. - _
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities___
15 Taxes and assessments_____________

18,050, 844
288. 202
193,056
92, 825
749,016
35, 793
232, 390
5, 723, 351
479, 918
129, 961
1,801
4, 696

18, 354, 700
288, 500
197, 400
94,100
823.000
40,000
215.000
6, 112, 000
370.000
140, 000
4, 300

18, 782, 700
292, 500
201, 400
94,100
885, 000
40, 000
255,000
6, 352, 000
• 494,000
152, 000
2, 000
4, 300

Subtotal________________________
Deduct charges for quarters and subsist­
ence________________________________

25, 981, 853

26,641,000

27, 555,000

02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Total obligations__________ ____

2,000

251,189

261,000

261,000

25, 730, 664

26, 380,000

27, 294,000

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
1952 actual
BUREAU OF PRISONS
Departmental:
General schedule grades:
Grade 18. Rate of $14,800:
Director________________________
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Assistant director_______________
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Chief architect__________________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Chief engineer__________________
Fiscal officer____________________
Supervisor, inspection and control.
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Budget officer___________________
Criminologist___________________
Examiner_______________________
Executive assistant to director____
Supervising architect____________
Supervisor, classification_________
Supervisor, culinary operations___
Supervisor, farming operations____
Supervisor, juvenile branch_______
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Architect________________________
Chief, personnel unit_____________
Chief, procurement section----------Engineer________________________
Jail inspector____________________
Supervisor, communication facili­
ties___________________________
Supervisor, custodial operations___
Supervisor, field instruction_______
Supervisor, juvenile branch_______
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Assistant su pervisor, custodial
operations_____________________
Chief, personnel unit_____________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Assistant supervisor, classification..
Assistant su pervisor, custodial
operations____ ____ ____________
Confidential assistant to director.
Criminologist____________________
Jail inspector________________ ____
Purchasing agent________________
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370_____
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955..........
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160..........
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430______
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct:

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1 $14,000

1 $14,800

1 $14,800

3

3

3

33,400

34,400

34,400

10,200

10,400

10, 400

8,960
8.360
9.360

9,160
8, 560
8,360

9,160
8, 560
8, 360

1
1
1

7,240
7,840
8,040

1
1
1
1

7,240
7,440
7,040
7,440

7, 440
8.040
8.040
7.040
7, 240
7, 440
7.040
7, 640
7.040

7.440
8.040
8.040
7.040
7.440
7, 640
7, 240
7, 640
7.040

6,140
6, 540
6, 340
20, 220
13, 280

6, 340
6, 740
6, 340

20, 420
13,280

5, 940
5, 940
6, 940

6,140
5, 940
6, 940

6,140
1
3
2

6,140
19,820
13,080

1
1

6,940
5,940

1
1

5,500
6,250

2

10,120

1

5,185

1

5,310

1
1
1

5, 060
5, 810
5, 060
15, 805
5,185
9,240
59, 665

1
1
1

5, 060
5, 810
5,185
26, 050
5,310
4, 620
55,835
22, 225
71, 665
44, 635
50, 480

1
1
1

5,060
5, 810
5,310
26,300
5,435
4, 620
56, 710
22,350
73, 040
45,355
51, 280
21,410

3
1
2

13
5
15
14
18

5
1
1
12

57, 275
47, 730
56, 060
23, 600

5
19
13
16
7

110 529,080

111

547, 050

12. 6 50, 826

4

21,050

22,100

Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year.....................................
Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)............

Part-time and temporary positions: Parttime employment___________________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___

21,010

5
1
1
12

5
19
13
16
7

111 553,370

5

27,370

750
97.4

477,504

107

526,000

106

526,000

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Warden______________________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Associate warden______________
Warden______________________
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Associate warden______________
Business manager_____________
Supervisor of jails_____________
Warden__________________^___
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Associate warden______________
Chaplain_____________________
Chief clerk____________________
Chief of mechanical service_____
Supervisor, education__________
Warden______________________
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Captain______________________
Chief clerk____________________
Chief, mechanical service______
Culinary manager_____________
Farm manager________________
Supervisor, education__________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Assistant chief clerk___________
Captain______________________
Chaplain_____________ ____ ___
Chief clerk____________________
Chief engineer_________________
Chief, mechanical service______
Culinary supervisor.___________
Farm manager________________
General foreman. ............. ...........
Personnel assistant____________
Supervisor, classification and parole.
Supervisor, education__________
Warden______________________
Grade 8 . Range $4,620 to $5,370___
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955___
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545..
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655_____
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430_____
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230_____
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 10. Range $4,565 to $5,315____
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,900_____
Grade 8. Range $3,740 to $4,490_____
Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade

6. Range $3,200 to $3,680.

5. Range $2,974 to $3,4544. Range $2,750 to $3,230.
3. Range $2,552 to $3,032.

Total permanent, field_______
Deduct:
Lapses______________________________
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year.____ _______________

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num­ Total Num­ Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
$1,368
1,938

$1,000
2,000

2,000

480, 810

529, 000

529,000

10 103,200

10 103,600

10 104,400

All personal services, departmental.

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary_____________________
Average grade_____________________

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continued

$1,000

4
9

36,040
80,240

4
9

36,040
80,440

4
9

36,040
80,840

10

74,400
7, 440

10
1

75,200
7,640

10
1
1
1

75,800
7, 640
7.040
8.040

11
1
8

70,740
6,140
53, 520
44,780
34,500
45, 380

11
1
8

71, 740
6, 340
54,120
45, 580
34, 700
45, 780

8,040
70, 340
6,140
52,920
44, 380
34, 300
45,180

1
2
2
2

3
4
11
2
8
10
6
6
1
1

9
3
1

52, 250
67, 750
6, 250
11, 750
12, 250
11, 500
17, 305
21,240
56,910
11, 245
45,605
54,975
32, 735
31, 860
5.810
5,435
49,165
16, 555
5.810
302,335

58
301
1
1,448,205
179
783,930
175
694,750
56 194,040
18,260
2, 750

8,040

7
5
7
9

53,000

11
1
2
2
2

68, 250
6, 250

3
3

17,430
16,055
57, 785
11, 370
45,855
55, 600
33, 235
32,110
5.810
5,435
49, 415
16,805
5.810
304, 585

11
2
8
10
6
6
1
1

9
3
1

7
5
7

11,875
12,250
11,625

11
1
2
2
2

3
3
11
2
8
10
1
1

9
3
1

54,125
68, 625
6, 250
12,000

12, 375
11,875
17.430
16.430
59,035
11,495
46, 230
56,100
33, 860
32, 735
5.810
5, 560
50,165
17,180
5.810
347,675

58
65
302
328
1,465,160
1,611,490
1
179
1,078
789,805
4, 781,885
175
2,246
8, 706,485
701,250
56 198,280
56 195,480
18,420
6 18,820
1
2,910
2,830

7 37,705
7 37,330
20 98,375
20 98,000
893
893
3,895,320
3,884,570
,036
2,036
7,724,860
7,734, 960
3 10,400
3 10,320
1
3,054
1
3,134
13 40,390
13 39,830
5 14,680
5 14,520

3
1
13
5

10,560
3,214
41,030
14,920

3,920
3,920
16,394,479
16,335,774

16,838,419

160 552,479

198 691,119

176 669,528
24,390

Net permanent, field (averagenum­
3,770
3,760
ber net salary)_________________ 3, 744
16,147,300
15, 641,856
15,842,000
Part-time and temporary positions: Part60,000
60,000
67,825
time employment___________________
61,400
60, 700
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
62,284
Payment above basic rates:
307,400
231,400
217, 502
Overtime and holiday pay___________
50,600
44,600
Cost-of-living differential_____________
39,381
314,300
310,300
Night-work differential______________
306,732
All personal services, field.

16,335, 580

16, 549,000

16,941,000

Personal services_________

16,816,390

17,078, 000

17,470,000

allocation to public health service

Departmental:
General schedule grades:
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Administrative staff assistant.— . . .
Property management specialist___
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $ 4 , 9 5 5 . . . .
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160- ____
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grades established by act of July 1,1944
(42 U. S. C. 207):
Director grade_____ ____ __________
Senior assistant grade_______ ____ _
Total permanent, departmental___

3

$5,185
5,685
4, 580
7,945
10, 565

3

$5,310
5,810
4, 705
8,070
10,645

10, 530
6,918

1
1

10, 530
6,918

1
1

10, 530
6,918

50,703

10

51,408

10

51,988

1
1
1
2

3

$5,060
5, 560
4,455
7,695
10,485

1
1
10

1
1
1
2

1
1
1
2

1954

370

APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1954
obligations by objects —

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM— Continued
Salaries and Expenses, Bureau of Prisons— Continued
detail op personal seryices —

Object classification

continued

1952 actual

continued

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
0.9 $5,235

1

$6,538

1

$6,218

9

44,870
130

9

45,770
130

821

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)___ _ .
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic rates_____________

9.1 44,647
128
130

All personal services, departmental.

44,905

45,000

45, 900

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Medical officer___________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Dental officer___________ _________
Medical staff assistants .. . _____
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Medical staff assistants. _________
Nurse. _ _______
__________ Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955.__ . . .
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545___ .
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grades established by act of July 1,1944
(42 U. S. C. 207):
Director grade.. __________________
Senior grade... _____ ______. . . -Full grade_______ ________________
Senior assistant grade___ ____ ____ Assistant grade______________ ______
Junior assistant grade______________

7 36,545
1
5,560
21 98,145
71 306.180
5 20,475
9 35,315
1
3,655

7 37,170
1
5,685
21 100,270
71 313,180
5 21,100
9 35,815
1
3,735

7 38,045
1
5,810
21 102,895
71 321,180
5 21,725
9 36,065
1
3,735

6 68,158
20 186,451
14 112,493
43 301,287
1
6,017
1
5,308

6 68,158
23 214,920
11 89,124
44 305,740

6 68,513
27 252,772
8 65,446
43 300,424

Total permanent, field____________

204
1, 213,049

Deduct:
Lapses________ .. ________ ______
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year___ _____ ______ _____

204
1,227,865

11. 7 64, 661

Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)_________________
Part-time and temporary positions:
Part-time employment___________
W. A. E. employment________________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay____________
Night-work differential_____________
All personal services, field_________
01

Personal services_______ _____ ____

1

7,440

1

7,440

1

7,440

1
2

6.740
13,280

1
2

6,740
13,480

1
2

6,940
13,680

1

5,308

14

81,745

1

5,308

204
1, 249, 978
11

68,758

31, 217
192.3
1,117,171

190
1,146,120

1Q3
1,181, 220

682
56,861
2,715

1,300
71,400
1,880

1,300
71,400
1, 880

6,457

5,663

5,500
5, 500

5, 500
5,500

1,189, 549

1. 231,700

1,266, 800

1,234,454

1,276, 700

1, 312, 700

OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY
Salaries and Expenses, Office of Alien Property—
(Trust account)
obligations by objects

Object classification

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Summary of Personal Services

Total number of permanent positions
Full-time equivalent of all other positions:
Foreign employees in service abroad
Other____ _______ _____ _____________
Average number of all employees_______
Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary------------------------------Average grade____ _______ ______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary______ ______________
Average grade. __________ _______
Personal service obligations:
Permanent positions____ ______. . .
Foreign employees in service abroad
Part-time and temporary positions .. .
Regular pay in excess of 52-weeK base...
Payment above basic rates___________
Total personal service obligations...

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1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Direct Obligations

allocation to public health service—

Deduct:
Lapses___ _______ ___ ______________
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year._____ ________ ____

continued

680

592

610

3
606

34
3
560

34
3
572

$5,352
GS-7.5

$5, 551
GS-7.7

$5, 594
GS-7.7

$2,810
CPC-3.1

$2, 948
CPC-3.2

$2, 987
CPC-3.2

$3, 206, 549
9,105
13, 909
20,621

$3, 077,309
46, 900
9, 000
12, 575
24, 216

$3,165, 559
46, 900
9, 000
13, 061
24, 480

3, 250,184

3,170, 000

3, 259, 000

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
15

Personal services._________________
Travel____________________________
Transportation of things_________ ..
Communications services____ _
Rents and utilities_________________
Printing and reproduction _ _ _ _ _ _
Other contractual services_______ _.
Supplies and materials_____ ____ _
Equipment__________________ . __.
Taxes and assessments_____________

$3, 225,995
49,885
7, 073
41,300
199,488
26, 784
249,659
28, 662
6, 412
3, 283

$3,160,900
50, 000
7, 000
42, 000
202, 250
28,000
260, 000
39,850
6, 000
4,000

$3,249,900
50, 000
7,000
42, 000
202, 250
28,000
270, 000
39,850
6, 000
5, 000

Total direct obligations___________

3,838, 541

3,800,000

3, 900, 000

24,189
297
781
315
152

9,100

9,100

750

750

150

150

Obligations Payable Out of Reimburse­
ments From Other Accounts

01 Personal services_____ _______ _
__
02 Travel__________________ _______ _
05 Rents and utilities_________________
06 Printing and reproduction.__ ____
08 Supplies and materials____ _________
Total obligations payable out of re­
imbursements from other accounts.
Obligations incurred_____________

25,734

10,000

10,000

3, 864,275

3,810,000

3,910,000

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

detail op personal services

1952 actual

Departmental:
Positions at rates in excess of $14,800:
Assistant Attorney General______ __
General schedule grades:
Grade 16. Range $12,000 to $12,800:
Deputy director.. _____ ___ ___
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Chief of branch... ____. . . -------Chief trial specialist------- -- ..
Comptroller. ___________ ________
Economist_____ __________ _____
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Accountant______________________
Administrative officer_________
_
Attorney... ____________ _______
Business analyst______________ --Chief of section__________________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Attorney________________________
Business analyst----- -------------------Chief of section__________________
Liquidator_____ _________________
Technical specialist... ----------------Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Accountant_____ ___ ------------- __
Attorney. __ _____________ _______
Business analyst_________________
Examiner________________________
Investigator
_ _______
Liquidator-------- ------ ------------Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Accountant________________ _____
Attorney. _. ------------------------------Business analyst______________ ___
Economist__________________ ____
Insurance specialist---------------------Investigator_____________________
Publication officer________________
Records officer___________________
Statistician
__________
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Patent examiner---------- -------------Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Accountant_______ _ ----------------Administrative assistant--------------Attorney________________________
Business analyst_________ ________
Examiner_____ _
__ ------------Librarian_____ _ ---------- -- ------Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955. -----Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545------Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160...........
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655--------Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430--------Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032---------

Num­■ Total Num­- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
1

$15,000

1

$15,000

12,200

1

12,200

1

12,400

7

81,600
67, 050
11,800
11,800

7

81,850
67,550
11, 800
11,800

7

81,850
67, 800
11,800
11,800

1
1

28
2
1

38
3
2
1
1

5
40
3
1
1

3
5
20

4
1
1
2
1
1
1

9.800
9, 800
277,800
20, 600
10,600
330,080
26,080
18, 520
8, 560
9,360
39,200
297,360
23,320
7,240
7,240
22, 920
33,900
127, 860
27,360
5,940
6,540
12, 880
6,940
5,940
5,940

6
1
1
1
1

27
2
1

37
2
2
1
1

9, 800
9,800
269,600
20,800
10,600
322, 520
17, 920
18, 520
8, 560
9,360

6
1
1
1
1

28
2
1

38
2
2
1
1

10,000
10,000

281, 600
20, 800
10,600
334,680
18,120
18, 720
8,760
9, 360

45,240
276, 280
15,080
7,240

40

2
1

2
1

45,640
301, 200
15,080
7,440

3

23,320

3

23,320

6

40,040
110,980
27, 560
6,140
6,740
12,880
6,940
6,140

6

40, 240
118, 320
27,760
6,140
6,740
13,280
6,940
6,140

6

37

17
4
1
1
2
1
1

6

18
4
1
1
2
1
1

1

6, 250

1

6, 375

1

6,375

10
2
8
6

11
1
8

12

62,910
5,060
41,855
17, 430
67, 720
5,185
157, 845
39,405
311, 230
339, 255
183, 580
36, 600

11
1

20

57,350
10, 285
42,980
33,025
77, 505
5,185
157, 220
50, 725
369, 465
341,830
212, 550
58, 960

12

63,160
5,185
47, 415
17, 430
68, 595
5, 310
176,915
40, 030
323,175
351, 580
192, 520
37, 320

2
8

6,460
21, 936

2
6

6, 460
17, 232

2
6

6, 460
17, 552

14
1

34
12

95
98
69

564 3,002, 956

3
12
1

34
9
78
97
58

507 2, 780, 402
31

9
3
12
1

38
9
80
100

60

525 2, 900, 552

170, 096

36, 5 201, 708

497.9
476
2, 610, 306
2, 651, 254 1

488.5
2, 698, 844

66.1 346, 604

Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year

1

1
6
1
1

Total permanent, departmental___
Deduct:

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary)..............

$15,000

5,098

1

1954

371

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
detail of personal services —

1952 actual

Part-time and temporary positions: Parttime employment___________________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base___
Payment above basic rates: Overtime and
holiday pay_________________________

detail of personal services —

1953 estimate

$9,105
11, 550

$9, 000
10, 694

$9, 000
11,156

2, 630, 000

2, 719, 000

546
2, 672, 455

4

45,450

5

56,500

5

56,750

3

30,200
20,400

3

30,400
20,400

3
2

30,600
20,600

9,160
34,840
17,920

1
4

2

1
4
2

2

2

9,160
35,040
17,920

1
4
2

9,360
35,640
18,120

7,840
30, 360
37, 800
8.040
7.040

7,840
30, 560
23, 920
8,040
7,240

8.040
31,160
24,120
8.040
7,240

6.940
24,960
6.940
18,020
6,740

6, 940
13,080
6,940
6,340
6, 940

6.940
13,080
6, 940
6, 540
6.940

5.185
5.185
5, 560
48,455
5, 810

5,310

5,435

1
3
1

1952 actual

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary ber salary

All personal services, departmental.
Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Manager _______________________
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Attorney________________________
Business analyst_________________
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Accountant______________________
Attorney-----------------------------------Investigator-------------------------------Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Accountant______________________
Attorney________________________
Business analyst_________________
Investigator_____________________
Real estate officer________________
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Accountant--------------------------------Attorney________________________
Business analyst-------------------------Investigator-------------------------------Real estate assistant______________
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Administrative assistant--------------Attorney------------------------ ------ ----Business analyst------------------- -----Investigator-------------------------------Records analyst__________________

continued

5,560
16,805
5,810

1
3
1

5,685
17,055
5,810

Field—C ontinued
General schedule grades—Continued
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370______
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955______
Grade 6. Range. $3,795 to $4,545______
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430.. _ ..
Grade 2. Range $2,750 to $3,230___ _
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230_____
Grade 2. Range $2,420 to $2,840______

continued
1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
2
4
3
14
14
20
5

$10,115
18,570 ’ ” 3""’ $14,"240" "’ "3'”
12,760
3
13,010
3
53,005
11
44,260
11
49,090
12
42,740
12
64,600
13
42,510
13
14,150
2
5,820
2

$14,"490
13,385
45,135
43,220
43,070
5,980

1
2

3,230
4,910

1

3,230
2,560

1
1

3,230
2,630

Total permanent, field____________ 116
Deduct:
Lapses________________________ _____
11
Savings due to use of former pay scales
for part of year__________________ __

613,275

85

489,115

85

495,235

56,912

4

22,112

5

28,520

81

467,003
1,881

80

466,715
1,905

Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary)_____ ________
105
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base.
Payment above basic rates:
Additional pay for foreign service, field.
Living and quarters allowance . ______
Foreign employees in service abroad____
All personal services, field_________
01

Personal services_____ _____ ______

Salaries and wages in the foregoing sched­
ule are distributed as follows:
Direct obligations______ _____________
Obligations payable out of reimburse­
ments from other accounts__________
Total of foregoing schedule________

1

1,068
555,295
2,359
14,725
5,350
577, 729

15, 716
8, 500
46,900
540,000

15,980
8,500
46,900
540,000

3,250,184

3,170,000

3,259,000

3,225,995

3,160,900

3,249,900

24,189
3,250,184

9,100
3,170,000

9,100
3,259,000

R E V O L V IN G A N D M A N A G E M E N T F U N D S
ACCRUED EXPENSES BY OBJECTS (VOCATIONAL EXPENSES)—continued

FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INC.

Object classification

Administrative Expenses, Prison Industries Fund—
ACCRUED EXPENSES BT OBJECTS (ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES)
Object classification
Total number of permanent employees...
Average number of employees--------------Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary----- ------------------------Average grade------------------ ------------01 Personal services:
Permanent positions-------- -------—
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base___________________________
Payment above basic rates------------Excess of annual leave earned over
leave taken..--------------------- -----Total personal services-----------02 Travel______________________ ____ _

03
04
05
06
07

Transportation of things— -------------Communication services____________
Rents and utility services___________
Printing and reproduction__________
Other contractual services:
Audit by General Accounting Of­
fice____________________________
Balance of audit of 1949 not charged
to limitation of that year because
limitation was fully expended.......
08 Supplies and materials___ __________
15 Taxes and assessments------------ ------ Total administrative expenses_____

1952 actual
56
51

$5,312
GS-8.0

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

57
53

56
55

$5,336
GS-8.1

$5,360
GS-8.2

$266,876

$284,096

$292,828

1,007
167

1,093

1,178

113

1,311

114

268,163
19,924
69
3,859
15, 237
5,544

286,500
23.000
500
5,000
3,500

294,120
26,000
500
5,000
19,000
5,380

13, 568

25,000

22, 500

20.000

4,000
500

4,000
500

334,010

368,000

377,000

1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of employees......... .........

78
3
75

79
3
80

83
3
83

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary.....................................
Average grade............ .........................

$4,625
GS-6.8

$4,672
GS-6.8

$4,725
GS-6.8

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Payment above basic rates________
Excess of annual leave earned over
leave taken_________ _____ _____
Payments to other agencies for
reimbursable details..... ................

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

$331,926
10,699

$362,191
10,847

$375,251
10,825

1,342
1,078

1,421
820

1,443
820

4,322

312

312

4,169

5,934

5,934

353, 536
8, 712
569
424
2,469

381, 525
9,000
600
400
2,500

394,585

17,218

15,000

15,000

1,000

08 Supplies and materials_____ ________
15 Taxes and assessments. — ____ ______

1,058
36,377
475

31,475
500

33,415
500

Subtotal___ ____________________
Deduct receipts from sale of products and

420,838

442,000

458,000

13,368

10,000

10,000

Total vocational expenses____ ____

407,470

432,000

448,000

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Total personal services________

02 Travel_________________________ _

03
04
05
06

Transportation of things____________
Communications services___________
Rents and utility services___________
Printing and reproduction: Cost of
inmate training in connection with.
07 Other contractual services: Inmate

10,000

600
400
2, 500

1,000

ANALYSIS OF TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICES
4,726
2,740
180

accrued expenses by objects (vocational expenses)

Object classification

01 Personal services:
Permanent positions.____ ________
Part-time employment___________
Regular pay in excess of 52-week

1952 actual

1952 actual
Total number of permanent positions___
Full-time equivalent of all other positions.
Average number of employees---------------

486
34
490

496
34
521

496
34
526

Average salaries and grades:
General schedule grades:
Average salary..................... ...............
Average grade..________ ___________
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Average salary___ ______________ _
Average grade...................... ...............

$5,115
GS-7.8

$5,132
GS-7.8

$5,226
GS-7.8

$4,379
CPC-8.4

$4, 401
CPC-8.4

$4,478
CPC-8.4

$2, 202,134
15,146

$2,371,060
14,947

$2, 421, 884
14,925

8, 981
57,107

9,149
29,320

9,367
29,320

01 Personal services:
Permanent positions.........................
Part-time and temporary positions ._
Regular pay in excess of 52-week
base.............................. ..................
Payment above basic rates..............

1954

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APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1954
detail of personal services —

FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INC.— Continued
Administrative Expenses, Prison Industries Fund— Continued

1952 actual

ANALYSIS OF TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICES—Continued
1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Payment above basic rates: Overtime
and holiday pay______________ ______
Excess of annual leave earned over leave
taken________________ ________ ____

$16, 723

$15, 526

All personal services, departmental

01 Personal services—Continued
Excess of annual leave earned over
leave taken______
_ _ .
Payment to other agencies for re­
imbursable details . ____ . . .

$27,164
127, 338

129, 934

130,934

Total personal services________

2, 437, 870

2, 571,133

2, 621, 956

Personal services in the foregoing sched­ Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ule are distributed to activities as
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
follows:
Administrative___________ .... _____
53 $286,500
55 $294,120
51 $268,163
Vocational.__________ __ _ ___ _
75 353,536
80 381,525
83 394,585
Construction, field__ ____ _____ _ _
2
5,898
4
15,613
4
15,755
Industrial, field__________ ____ _______ 362 1,810,273 384 1, 887, 495 384 1,917,496
Total personal services________ ___

490 2, 437, 870

521 2, 571,133

526 2, 621, 956

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
1952 actual

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Departmental:
Num­■ Total Num­■ Total Num­■ Total
General schedule grades:
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $10,800 to $11,800:
Associate commissioner _ _______
1 $11, 800
1 $11, 800
1 $11,800
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Secretary. ______ ____ _ _ - ___
1
1
10,600
10, 600
10,600
1
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Assistant secretary___ ____ _ . _
1
9,160
9,160
9, 360
1
1
Assistant commissioner_________
17, 720
17,920
18,120
Chief engineer. - ____ _
1
1
8,360
8,360
8, 760
1
Research engineer_____ _ ____ _
8,760
8, 560
8, 560
1
1
1
8, 760
8, 560
8, 560
1
1
1
Administrative assistant...______ .
Superintendent, vocational educa­
tion _____ ______ ____ _ _____
1
9, 360
9, 360
9, 360
1
1
Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
1
1
7, 840
8,040
Safety engineer. _____ ______ ..
7,840
1
Supervisor, vocational education__
8,040
8,040
8,040
1
1
1
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Chief traveling auditor___ . . . ____
6,940
6,940
1
6, 940
1
1
6,540
Auditor_________________________
6,340
1
1
6, 540
1
6,140
5,940
Cost accountant_____ . . . . .. .
1
1
6,140
1
5, 940
Budget officer___ ________ _ . . _
5,940
1
5, 940
1
1
Industrial engineer______ _ _ _ _ _
12, 280
6,340
12, 480
1
Architectural engineer. ______ . . .
12,880
13,080
13, 080
Methods examiner_________ _ . .
6, 740
1
1
6, 540
1
6, 540
Mechanical engineer______________
1
1
6, 940
1
6, 940
6, 940
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Traveling auditor________________
5, 875
6,000
1
6,125
1
1
5, 625
5, 750
1
5, 625
Industrial specialist____ .. ______
1
1
Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Traveling auditor________________
1
5,310
10, 495
10,495
5,310
5, 435
Accountant______ .
___ ____
1
5,310
1
1
1
1
5,060
5,185
Engineering draftsman___
... .
15, 430
15, 680
Industrial specialist_______________
15, 680
5,810
1
5,810
1
1
5,810
Associate architect__________ _____
1
1
Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370 . .
4, 745
4, 745
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955. . . _
4
4
17, 820
18,195
18,195
5
21, 850
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545______
5
21, 475
21, 350
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______ 10
11
40,010
11
41,135
36,350
4
13, 660
4
14, 300
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
5
16, 835
Grade 3. Range $2,950 to $3,430 _____
4
12, 840
3
9, 490
4
12, 600
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
2
5,184
2
5. 264
2
5, 424
Grade 3. Range $2,552 to $3,032______
Total permanent, departmental . . .
Deduct lapses__________ ______ _ .

60
5

322, 314
31, 353

61
4

328, 959
20, 778

60

Net permanent, departmental (av­
erage number, net salary) _____
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____

55

290, 961

57

308,181
1,187

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330, 874
13, 881
316, 993
1, 272

Field:
General schedule grades:
Grade 14. Range $9,600 to $10,600:
Superintendent of industries______
Grade 13. Range $8,360 to $9,360:
Superintendent and associate su­
perintendent
-----------------------Grade 12. Range $7,040 to $8,040:
Superintendent and assistant su­
perintendent______ . . . . . . . ..
Business manager_____________ ._
Grade 11. Range $5,940 to $6,940:
Superintendent and assistant su­
perintendent___________________
Business manager--------------------- _
Supervisor... .. ______________
Director, employment and place­
-----------------------ment . ..
Grade 10. Range $5,500 to $6,250:
Superintendent and assistant su­
perintendent _________________
Business manager ______________
Supervisor and assistant supervisor Grade 9. Range $5,060 to $5,810:
Superintendent and assistant super­
intendent ... ______ ______ ..
Overseer and loom fixer...
.. _ ..
Mechanical supervisor and engineer Card fixer
. . ______ _______
Business and office manager___ . . .
Assignment and employment officer.
Supervisor, vocational and trade
training ______ . .
.. . ---- -Grade 8. Range $4,620 to $5,370
Grade 7. Range $4,205 to $4,955_____
Grade 6. Range $3,795 to $4,545 _____
Grade 5. Range $3,410 to $4,160______
Grade 4. Range $3,175 to $3,655______
Crafts, protective, and custodial grades:
Grade 10. Range $4,565 to $5,315------Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,900. _ . .
Grade 8. Range $3,740 to $4,490..---Grade 7. Range $3,435 to $4,035 _____
Grade 4. Range $2,750 to $3,230______

1953 estimate

1954 estimate

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary
ber salary
ber salary
$167
1,048

$1,311

$114

293,276

310,679

318,379

2

20,200

2

20, 200

2

20, 200

4

34, 440

3

26, 280

3

26, 680

6
2

44, 840
14, 680

6
2

45, 240
14, 880

6
2

45, 840
15, 080

3
7

6

39, 640
18, 420
44, 380

6

3
7

40, 240
18, 820
44, 580

3
7

6

40, 240
19, 020
45, 780

1

6, 940

1

6, 940

1

6, 940

6

35, 375
18,000
58, 000

6

35, 750
18,000
58, 375

6

10

10

36, 375
18, 250
59, 625

3
10

17
5
6
2
2

3
5
23
41
66
21
6

27
50
87
14
1

91,645
27, 300
33, 485
10,120
10, 620
16,930

27, 800
117, 010
189,405
281,470
82,425
20, 650
138,880
234,500
362,390
53,490
3, 070

Total permanent, field ____ _____ 426 2, 036,105
Deduct lapses___ . _________________ 25 124,932
Net permanent, field (average num­
ber, net salary) ________________ 401 1,911,173
Part-time employment .. _____ ______
15,146
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base____
7,881
Payment above basic rates:
Overtime and holiday pay____________
52,385
Night-work differential. __ _ _______
4, 555
Excess of annual leave earned over leave
taken.
.
. _
26,116
Payment to other agencies for reimburs­
able details _ _ _ ______
127,338

3

15
5
6
2
2

3
6
22

45
67
21
6

27
49
88
21
1

3

82, 275
27,675
33, 985
10,370
10, 745
16, 930

15
5

32, 860
113, 540
208,335
288,140
83, 515

7
23
45

21,020

139,880
231,350
370,120
77, 735
3,120

6
2
2

3

68
21
6

27
49
87
20
1

83,650
27,925
34,485
10, 620
10,995
17,055
38,420
120, 560
212, 210
297,095
85,775
21, 465
141,380
234,725
373,475
74,800
3,170

435 2,080,900
5
18,021

436 2,121,835
16, 944
3

430 2,062,879
14, 947
7,962

433 2,104,891
14,925
8,095

25, 820
3, 500

25,820
3, 500

15,412

15,412

129, 934

130, 934

All personal services, field_______ _

2,144, 594

2, 260,454

2,303, 577

Personal services____ ____ ________

2,437, 870

2, 571,133

2, 621,956

Personal services in the foregoing schedule
are distributed to activities as follows:
Administrative. __________ . . . . .
51 268,163
Vocational- _____________________ . 75 353, 536
Construction, field. ____________ _
2
5,898
Industrial, field_____________________
362 1,810, 273

53 286, 500
80 381, 525
4
15, 613
384 1,887,495

55 294,120
83 394, 585
4
15, 755
384 1,917,496

521 2,571,133

526 2,621, 956

01

Total personal services. _ ________

490 2, 437,870

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