HRA-NCA Government Contractors Compensation Survey

The 14th year of the Government Contractors Compensation Survey Report sponsored by the Human Resource Association of the National Capital Area and the Professional Services Council.

The Government Contractors Compensation Survey Report is a special cut of the Compensation Report, and only includes the salary and compensation policies data from government contractors. The survey offers regional government contractor salary data broken down by revenue, number of FTE’s, industry and location. For the purposes of this survey, government contractors are defined as those who report that 50 percent or more of their annual revenue comes from government contracts.

The 2017 Government Contractors Compensation Survey is now available.

 

Primary Objective

  • Collect, analyze and report compensation data—including base pay, formal pay ranges, new hire rates, and cash incentive compensation—for government contractor jobs common to employers in the survey region.

 

2017 HRA-NCA Government Contractors Compensation Survey Report

The 2017 Government Contractors Compensation Survey Report includes data on 330 survey jobs across 51 participating employers identified as Government Contractors. Participating organizations reported on 13,120 incumbents and employed over 68,000 full-time employees at the time of reporting. The 2017 participants include 42 employers that participated in the 2016 survey. Order the 2017 Government Contractors Compensation Survey Report here.