Twenty-two career members of the Senior Executive Service won more than $50,000 each in performance bonuses and awards between 1983 and 1986. They, and the amount of their awards, are: Raymond A. Karam, former Transportation Department deputy assistant secretary for budget and programs, now with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, $62,939. ClydeO. Glaister, Defense Department deputy assistant secretary,office on program and budget, $59,115. Percy Woodard Jr., Internal Revenue Service assistant commissioner, $58,500. Alfred R. De Angelus, former Customs Service deputycommissioner, $55,600. He resigned from the government last December. James W. Morrison, former Office ofPersonnel Management (OPM) associate director for compensation, $55,330. Morrison recently resigned to become executive vice president of CNA Insurance Corp. Claudia Cooley, OPM associate director for personnelsystems and oversight, $55,065. Philip E. Culbertson,National Aeronautics and Space Admi administrator for policy and planning, $54,971. Lawrence F. Ayers, Defense Mapping Agency deputydirector for management-technology, $54,860. Robert B.Oswald, former technical director of the Army's Electronics Research and Development Command, now with the Corps of Engineers, $54,700. Charles H. Brennan, IRS regional commissioner, $54,500. Andrew J. Stofan, NASAassociate administrator for the space station, $54,410. Albert Zamberlan, Veterans Administration regional director of medicine and surgery, $54,311. Martha A.. McSteen, former acting Social Security commissioner, $53,898. McSteen retired in December. Francis X.Cavanaugh, Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board executive director, $53,400. Shirley A. Evans, formerHousing and Urban Development finance and accounting office director, $52,435. She retired from the government last May. George J. Bradley, Energy Department principaldeputy assistant secretary for international affairs and energy emergencies, $52,054. Joe B. Lagrone,Energy Department manager of the Oak Ridge Operations Office, $52,050. Guy H. Cunningham, former Nuclear Regulatory Commission executive legal director, $51,750. He retired in October to become general counsel for the Battelle Corp. Samuel W. Keller, NASA deputy associateadministrator for space science and applications, $51,234. Raymond G. Kammer, National Bureau of Standardsdeputy director, $50,830. Harold L. Stugart, Army AuditAgency auditor general, $50,533. Frederick T. Rall Jr.,Air Force Systems Command technical director, $50,000.