On the Records: State Agency Executives' Pay Detailed

The state auditor's office on Friday released a report that breaks down the salaries of state agency executives in an effort to assess the current salary landscape at the executive level and identify pay disparities. 

The study was conducted because of a section in the 82nd Legislature's appropriations bill that ordered a review of the compensation of exempt state employees. State workers holding exempt positions include executive officers who oversee the the state's various agencies.

For the study, the auditor's office included 74 executive officer positions, one director-level position at the Bob Bullock Texas State ...

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