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  • President’s Pay Agent OKs another tweak to locality pay areas - October 11, 2023
  • The counties of Clallam and Jefferson in Washington state could be included in the Seattle-Tacoma locality pay area as early as 2025.

    Erich Wagner, Government Executive

    The Biden administration on Monday has begun the queue of new regions to add to the federal government’s map where federal workers are entitled to higher pay for 2025, approving a recommendation to add Clallam and Jefferson counties in Washington state to the existing Seattle-Tacoma, Washington, locality pay area.

    The Office of Personnel Management on Monday published the President’s Pay Agent’s annual report on locality pay, the practice by which the federal government supplements its compensation to employees under the General Schedule to address pay disparities between federal workers and their private sector counterparts in a given region.

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