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1 Appendix B Conversion Methodology and Examples UNCLASSIFIED

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Conversion methodology for employees on special salary rates – CONUS employees Step 1: Any WGI buy-in due to the employee is added to the total pre- conversion salary (including special salary rate) Step 2: The portion of the special salary rate that is attributed to base pay is determined using the following formula Base Pay = Adjusted Basic Pay 1+ Applicable Locality Rate Percentage Step 3: The Local Market Supplement (LMS) is added to base pay to create the new DCIPS adjusted basic pay DCIPS Adjusted Base Pay Basic Pay = 1+ Applicable LMS Percentage See Examples on the Following Pages

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Example 1: CONUS CONVERSION, Sample Navy Employee Converted in November 2008 Work Location – San Antonio, TX - Occupational Series 2210, GG 11/Step 3 Converted to Pay Band 3 with Rest of US LMS Pre-Conversion with Special Salary Rate (SSR)* Special Salary Rate $ 60,602 Previous Adjusted Basic Pay $ 60,602 Post-Conversion with LMS** Base Pay $ 53,545 LMS $7,057 (13.18%)*** DCIPS Adjusted Basic Pay $60,602 * From OPM special salary rate table 999C **Assumes the employee was promoted on the day of conversion, and therefore received no WGI buy-in *** 2008 LMS rates applied at the time of conversion 1) 2)

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Example 2: CONUS CONVERSION with WGI Buy In Sample Navy Employee Converted in November 2008 Work Location – San Antonio, TX - Occupational Series 2210, GG 11/Step 3 Converted to Pay Band 3 with Rest of US LMS Pre-Conversion with Special Salary Rate (SSR)* Special Salary Rate $ 60,602 Old Adjusted Basic Pay $ 62,602 Post-Conversion with LMS Base Pay $ 55,341 LMS $7,261 (13.18%)** DCIPS Adjusted Basic Pay $62,602 * From OPM special salary table 999C ** 2008 LMS rates applied at the time of conversion WGI Buy in $2,000 1) 2)

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Conversion methodology for employees on special salary rates – OCONUS employees Step 1: Any WGI buy-in due to the employee is added to the pre- conversion total salary (including special rate) Step 2: The portion of the special salary rate that is attributed to base pay is determined using the following formula Base Pay = Adjusted Basic Pay 1+ Special Salary Rate Percentage Step 3: The Targeted Local Market Supplement (TLMS) is added to base pay to create the new DCIPS adjusted basic pay DCIPS Adjusted Base Pay Basic Pay = 1+ Applicable TLMS Percentage See Examples on the Following Pages

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Example 3: OCONUS CONVERSION Sample Navy Employee Converted in November 2008 Work Location – Hawaii - Occupational Series 2210, GG 11/Step 3 Converted to Pay Band 3 with OCONUS TLMS Pre-Conversion with Special Salary Rate (SSR)* Special Salary Rate = 60,089 SSR Supplement $8,731 (17%) Old Adjusted Basic Pay $ 60,089 Post-Conversion with TLMS** Base Pay = $ 51,358 TLMS $10,729 (20.89%)*** DCIPS Adjusted Basic Pay $62,087 * From OPM special salary table 999A **Assumes the employee was promoted on the day of conversion, and therefore received no WGI buy-in *** 2008 TLMS rates applied at the time of conversion Base Pay = $51,358 1) 2) 3)

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Example 4: OCONUS CONVERSION with WGI Buy In Sample Army Employee Converted in July 2009 Work Location – Europe - Occupational Series 2210, GG 11/Step 3 Converted to Pay Band 3 with OCONUS TLMS Pre-Conversion with Special Salary Rate (SSR)* Special Salary Rate = 61,830 SSR Supplement $9,274 (17%) Old Adjusted Basic Pay $ 63,830 Post-Conversion with TLMS Base Pay = $ 54,556 TLMS $12,602 (23.1%) DCIPS Adjusted Basic Pay $67,158 * From OPM special salary table 99AF Base Pay = $54,556 1) 2) 3) WGI Buy-in $2,000

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