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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 301Subchapter CPart 301-52

TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management





Must I file a travel claim?
What information must I provide in my travel claim?
Am I required to file a travel claim in a specific format and must the claim be signed?
What must I provide with my travel claim?
Is there any instance where I am exempt from the receipt requirement in §301-52.4?
How do I submit a travel claim?
When must I submit my travel claim?
May my agency disallow payment of a claimed item?
What will my agency do when it disallows an expense?
May I challenge my agency's disallowance of my claim?
What must I do to challenge a disallowed claim?
What happens if I attempt to defraud the Government?
Should I keep itemized records of my expenses while on travel?
What must I do with any travel advance outstanding at the time I submit my travel claim?
What must I do with any passenger coupon for transportation costing over $75, purchased with cash?
What must I do with any unused tickets, coupons, or other evidence of refund?
Within how many calendar days after I submit a proper travel claim must my agency reimburse my allowable expenses?
Within how many calendar days after I submit a travel claim must my agency notify me of any error that would prevent payment within 30 calendar days after submission?
Will I receive a late payment fee if my agency fails to reimburse me within 30 calendar days after I submit a proper travel claim?
How are late payment fees calculated?
Is there a minimum amount the late payment fee must exceed before my agency will pay it to me?
Will any late payment fees I receive be reported as wages on a Form W-2?
Is the additional fee, which is equal to any late payment charge that the card contractor would have been able to charge had I not paid the bill, considered income?
Does mandatory use of the Government contractor-issued travel charge card change my obligation to pay my travel card bill by the due date?

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