President Authorizes 2018 Pay Raise for Feds

President Donald Trump signed a memo Friday making the federal pay raise official. Federal employees will receive an average raise of 1.4 percent, plus an additional 0.5 percent in locality pay for a total of 1.9 percent raise for federal civilian employees, and 2.4 percent increase for uniformed service members.

View the 2018 GS Base and Locality Pay Tables below, and look for more in-depth coverage in FEDagent next week. 

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