Monday, January 16, 2012

27 NCUA Employees Earn Over $200,000

Twenty-seven NCUA employees earned more than $200,000 and 105 employees at the agency earn more than NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz, according to WikiOrgCharts.

The highest paid employee was Bob Fenner, NCUA's General Counsel. The next two highest paid employees at the agency were David Marquis and Melinda Love.

WikiOrgCharts through a Freedom of Information Request created a database that contains profiles of federal employees. The profiles list employees' names, title or job field, agency, and in many cases, their annual base salary. The database can be searched by agency.

To search the database, click here.

1 comment:

  1. It appears the credit union community has the absolute best civil service protected federal government agency that MONEY CAN BUY. Looks like too many Chiefs and not enough Indians. Curious why neither credit union trade association NAFCU or CUNA found this NCUA salary payout worthy of a trade association publication. By default credit unions are now going to Credit Union Watch for late breaking news. What a sad commentary on behalf of the credit union community.



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