here in PDF).
Tygart's salary is of note because USADA is a quasi-public non-governmental body which is almost entirely funded by the US taxpayer. For comparison, the Secretary of Defense (along with other members of the cabinet) is payed $199,700 per year. The state of New York has recently proposed capping the annual salary of non-profit CEOs that rely primarily on public funds at $199,000.
Is Tygart's salary too high? Too low? I'm not sure, but given USADA's reliance on public funds, it does invite scrutiny. More on that coming soon.