ARTICLE V. HOUSE OFFICERS ON GRANT FUNDING
Some House Officers may be appointed to a position that is funded by a grant. In this case, the annual salary rate paid to the House Officer may be greater than (but not lower than) the established annual base salary rate identified in Table 1, Paragraph 11. In such a case the following standards apply to eligibility for the annual lump sum payment to encourage savings:
If the salary rate paid under the grant appointment, is greater than the sum of the annual House Officer base salary (see Table 1, Paragraph 11) plus the amount of the annual lump sum payment as defined above, then no further lump sum payment shall be made.
If the salary rate paid under the grant appointment is greater than the annual House Officer base salary (per Table 1, Paragraph 11), but less than the sum of House Officer base salary plus annual lump sum amount, then a further lump sum payment shall be made. The amount of the lump sum payment will be enough to match the total compensation that is paid to a full time House Officer, at the same House Officer level, who is not on a grant-funded appointment (base salary, plus "lump sum payment" per the salary schedule).
In no case shall a full time House Officer's total annual compensation be less than the sum of the annual base salary plus the amount of annual "lump sum payment".