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This article aimed at examining the deficiencies of compensation system in Iran’s Public Sector. The main question is: “what deficiencies the Iranian Public Sector compensation system are facing?” To answer this question, we began an exploratory studies including; the review of the literature, the analysis of archival data on formal governmental institutions, as well as the laws and regulations followed by a comparison of practices in several countries. In this qualitative cross-sectional study, data was collected through field observation, the government documents and archive materials and semi-structured interviews. To proceed this pathological study, we selected interviewees from Iranian political and administrative experts who were selected based on a purposive and snowball sampling approach. A thematic analysis was used for interpretation of interviews. The study results indicate that the compensation system of Iran’s Public Sector, in addition to structural deficiencies, suffer from a number of Contextual factors; unclear budgeting system, inadequate taxation system, weak performance management system, demerit system, multiple paralleled decision-making authorities, weak transparency and monitoring, a deformed diversification of compensation orderliness, weakness in managerial, financial and legal structures of governmental agencies and weak legal nature of certain executive agencies.