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          reimbursements for travel expenses pursuant to the personal                 
          service contracts.                                                          
               Petitioner was paid an annual salary of $67,162 ($32.18 per            
          hour calculated on a work year of 2,087 hours) under the first              
          service contract and $69,631 ($33.36 per hour calculated on a               
          work year of 2,087 hours) under the second contract.                        
          Petitioner’s salary was comparable to that of a Government                  
          employee classified as GS-13, step 7, including the locality pay            
          differential for the Washington, D.C. area, during the contract             
          periods.  Petitioner received base rate increases at the same               
          time and in the same proportion that regular State Department               
          employees received their wage scale increases during the contract           
               Petitioner was eligible to earn overtime for hours worked in           
          excess of 40 hours per week and could earn compensatory time in             
          lieu of overtime.  Petitioner was required to obtain approval by            
          the COR in advance of working overtime and/or taking compensatory           
               Petitioner was entitled to paid leave for official Federal             
          holidays.  If she worked on a Federal holiday, she was entitled             
          to payment for overtime, or she could accrue compensatory time.             
               Petitioner accrued 4 hours of annual leave and 4 hours of              
          sick leave each pay period during the contract periods.  Unused             
          annual and sick leave from the first contract period was                    

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