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EXOP - Office of Management and Budget

limit salaries of contractor executives.

With the contracting and procurment policy function in OMB, I'll place this here.

Limit the salaries of executives on cost plus contracts to that of say either a Congressman, or a Deputy Sectretary which ever is lower. That's for the TOP guy. For each step down in the contractor organization, the top salary is the next lower level of the Executive Schedule.

And oh yes, no "bounuses" to these guys, unless it comes... more »

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Department of Energy

limt salaries on M&O and other Cost plus contracts.

Limit the salaries of executives on M&O and other cost plus contracts to that of the Deputy Sectretary That's for the TOP guy at the contractor. For each step down in the contractor organization, the top salary is the next lower level of the Executive Schedule.

 

And oh yes, no "bounuses" to these guys, unless it comes out of Fee or Profit.

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Legislative Branch

Outsourcing - Contractor pay

Contractor rates should be based upon the General Schedule. This will allow for the government to be able to equate a contracted position to a FTE, and create greater transparency with determining how much monies are being paid in the contractor domain. Too much budget emphasis is being placed on government employee pay and not enough on contractor pay.

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Department of Defense

Require GS pay for federal contractors

All contractors, whether production, services, R&D or otherwise, that charge to a federal contract should be earning no more than an equivalent GS employee. For example, when I was a brand new GS-13 earning $81K/yr, including all locality pay, my job was to negotiate federal contracts with a person, with the same qualifications, at a large contractor who earned $250K/yr plus bonuses and stock options, as verified with... more »

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