Last year, the Campbell administration announced it would be increasing the base salaries for its top bureaucrats by an average of 7.38 percent or $14,960 to $217,758. But the government refused to release the names of which deputy ministers would be getting raises because those selections were made on the basis of job performance. Nevertheless, thanks to compensation disclosure statements for the public service's five highest-paid bureaucrats, we now know finance deputy minister Chris Trumpy's salary increased by 7.83 percent or $16,964.08 to $233,698.78. Deputy attorney general saw his salary increase by 5.97 percent or $13,199.88 to $234,405.48. And health deputy minister Gord Macatee's salary increased by 3.69 percent or $8,159 to $221,205.60. The salaries for Jessica McDonald, the premier's deputy minister, and Martyn Brown, the premier's chief of staff, didn't increase. Messers. Trumpy and Macatee have since retired from the civil service.