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  • 2024 Federal Pay Raise Highest in 43 Years
    Dec 30, 2023

    Pay Tables Released
    2024 Federal Pay Raise Highest in 43 Years 

    It’s official. Federal employees will receive an average 5.2 percent pay increase next year, the highest raise since Jimmy Carter was president 43 years ago.

    President Biden issued an executive order today implementing an average 4.7 percent across-the-board raise and an average 0.5 percent increase in locality pay.

    You can find the Office of Personnel Management’s new pay tables incorporating the pay raise at every level of the General Schedule and for each locality pay area. The pay raise goes into effect the first full pay period of the new year.

    NTEU thanks President Biden for supporting the federal workforce with this well-deserved pay raise.

    Our fight has already begun for a fair 2025 pay raise to help address rising costs and the growing gap in federal salaries as compared to the private sector.

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    2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement

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