January 18, 2022

Updated Database: 2011 Salary Data for About 1.3 Million U.S. Federal Workers Now Online

From WUSA-TV (Washington, DC):

The data, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act placed with the Office of Personnel Management by a WUSA9/Gannett sister publication, The Asbury Park Press, allows you to enter a federal worker’s name to obtain salary and bonus information.

DataUniverse.com estimates the databank covers about 70% of federal workers, but Department of Defense, White House, Congress, CIA, FBI, and some other agencies are excluded.

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Data Fields:

  • Name
  • Dept/Agency
  • Division
  • Job Title
  • Location

Data For 2008-2010 also available.

Direct to DataUniverse.com (Federal Employee Salary Search)

From The Asbury Park Press:

The payroll data, obtained by the Press from the federal Office of Personnel Management, account for about 1.3 million employees, but excludes the military, departments of Defense and Treasury, the FBI and CIA, the White House, Congress and other independent commissions and agencies, including the U.S. Postal Service. The data are from fiscal 2011, which ended Sept. 30. The data covered base pay and bonuses, but not overtime.

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