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1470Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 5 / Friday, January 8, 1999 / Notices

LEVEL I

Uses assigned resources to accomplish tasks.

Plans individual time and assigned resources to accomplish tasks.

Effectively accomplishes assigned tasks.

 Scope of Responsibility

 Planning/Budgeting

 Execution/Efficiency

LEVEL II

Identifies and uses resources to accomplish projects.

Plans resources to achieve project schedules.

Effectively accomplishes projects within established resource guidelines.

 Scope of Responsibility

 Planning/Budgeting

 Execution/Efficiency

LEVEL III

Plans, acquires, and allocates resources to accomplish objectives.

Coordinates resources across projects.

Optimizes resource utilization across projects.

 Scope of Responsibility

 Planning/Budgeting

 Execution/Efficiency

2.  Normal Pay Range (NPR)

The Contribution-based Compensation and Appraisal System (CCAS) integrated pay schedule provides a direct link between increasing levels of contribution and increasing salary.  This is shown by the graph in Figure 1.  The horizontal axis spans from 0 to the maximum contribution score of 100, with a notional “very high” score of 115 for those employees who are capped at the top of their broadband level.  The vertical axis spans from zero dollars to the dollar equivalent of GS-15, step 10.  This encompasses the full salary range (excluding locality pay) paid under this demonstration; GS-1, step 1 through GS-15, step 10 for Calendar Year 1998 (CY98).  (Note: Figure 1 currently depicts CY98.  Each year the rails for the NPR are adjusted based on the General Schedule pay increase under 5 U.S.C. 5303.)  The area between the upper and lower rail is considered the normal pay range; employees whose annual overall contribution score (OCS) plotted against their base salary falls on or within the rails are considered “appropriately compensated.”  Employees whose salaries fall below the NPR for their assessed contribution score are considered “inappropriately compensated - below the rails (B),” and those falling above the NPR are considered “inappropriately compensated - above the rails (A).”  The goal of CCAS is to make pay consistent with employees’ contributions to the mission of the organization.

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