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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 301Subchapter DPart 301-70


TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle F—FEDERAL TRAVEL REGULATION SYSTEM

CHAPTER 301—TEMPORARY DUTY (TDY) TRAVEL ALLOWANCES

SUBCHAPTER D—AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

PART 301-70—INTERNAL POLICY AND PROCEDURE REQUIREMENTS

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Subpart A—GENERAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

§301-70.1
How must we administer the authorization and payment of travel expenses?
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Subpart B—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION

§301-70.100
How must we administer the authorization and payment of transportation expenses?
§301-70.101
What factors must we consider in determining which method of transportation results in the greatest advantage to the Government?
§301-70.102
What governing policies must we establish for authorization and payment of transportation expenses?
§301-70.103
In what circumstance may we authorize use of ship service?
§301-70.104
What factors should we consider in determining whether to require an employee to commit to the use of a Government automobile?
§301-70.105
May we prohibit an employee from using a POV on official travel?
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Subpart C—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO PER DIEM EXPENSES

§301-70.200
What governing policies must we establish for authorization and payment of per diem expenses?
§301-70.201
May we issue a blanket actual expense authorization for our employees during a Presidentially-Declared Disaster?
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Subpart D—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES

§301-70.300
How should we administer the authorization and payment of miscellaneous expenses?
§301-70.301
What governing policies must we establish for payment of miscellaneous expenses?
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Subpart E—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO TRAVEL OF AN EMPLOYEE WITH A DISABILITY OR SPECIAL NEED

§301-70.400
How should we authorize and administer the payment of additional travel expenses for an employee with a disability or special need?
§301-70.401
What governing policies and procedures must we establish regarding travel of an employee with a disability or special need?
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Subpart F—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR EMERGENCY TRAVEL OF EMPLOYEE DUE TO ILLNESS OR INJURY

§301-70.500
What governing policies and procedures should we establish relating to emergency travel?
§301-70.501
Does per diem continue when an employee interrupts a travel assignment because of an incapacitating illness or injury?
§301-70.502
Are there any limitations to the payment of these expenses?
§301-70.503
What additional emergency expenses should we allow?
§301-70.504
When the employee is able to travel, should we continue the use of the existing travel authorization?
§301-70.505
May any travel costs be reimbursed if the employee travels to an alternate location for medical treatment?
§301-70.506
How do we define actual cost and constructive cost when an employee interrupts a travel assignment because of an incapacitating illness or injury?
§301-70.507
May we authorize per diem if an employee discontinues a TDY assignment because of a personal emergency situation?
§301-70.508
How do we handle reimbursement if the employee travels to an alternate location and returns to the TDY location because of a personal emergency situation?
§301-70.509
What factors must we consider in expanding the definition of family for emergency travel purposes?
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Subpart G—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO THREATENED LAW ENFORCEMENT/INVESTIGATIVE EMPLOYEES

§301-70.600
What governing policies and procedures must we establish related to threatened law enforcement/investigative employees?
§301-70.601
What factors should we consider in determining whether to authorize payment of transportation and subsistence expenses for threatened law enforcement/investigative employees?
§301-70.602
How often must we reevaluate the payment of transportation and subsistence expenses to a threatened law enforcement/investigative employee?
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Subpart H—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES RELATING TO MANDATORY USE OF THE GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR-ISSUED TRAVEL CHARGE CARD FOR OFFICIAL TRAVEL

§301-70.700
Must our employees use a Government contractor-issued travel charge card for official travel expenses?
§301-70.701
Who has the authority to grant exemptions to mandatory use of Government contractor-issued travel charge card for official travel?
§301-70.702
Must we notify the Administrator of General Services when we grant an exemption?
§301-70.703
If we grant an exemption, does that prevent the employee from using the card on a voluntary basis?
§301-70.704
What expenses and/or classes of employees are exempt from the mandatory use of the Government contractor-issued travel charge card?
§301-70.705
What methods of payment for official travel expenses may we authorize when an exemption from use of the Government contractor-issued travel charge card is granted?
§301-70.706
For what purposes may an employee use the Government contractor-issued travel charge card while on official travel?
§301-70.707
May an employee use the Government contractor-issued travel charge card for personal use while on official travel?
§301-70.708
What actions may we take if an employee misuses the Government contractor-issued travel charge card while on official travel?
§301-70.709
What can we do to reduce travel charge card delinquencies?
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Subpart I—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR AGENCIES THAT AUTHORIZE TRAVEL ON GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT

§301-70.800
Whom may we authorize to travel on Government aircraft?
§301-70.801
When may we authorize travel on Government aircraft?
§301-70.802
Must we ensure that travel on Government aircraft is the most cost-effective alternative?
§301-70.803
How must we authorize travel on a Government aircraft?
§301-70.804
What amount must the Government be reimbursed for travel on a Government aircraft?
§301-70.805
Must we include special information on a travel authorization for a senior Federal official or a non-Federal traveler who travels on Government aircraft?
§301-70.806
What documentation must we retain for travel on Government aircraft?
§301-70.807
Must we make information available to the public about travel by senior Federal officials and non-Federal travelers on Government aircraft?
§301-70.808
Do the rules in this part apply to travel on Government aircraft by the President and Vice President or by individuals traveling in support of the President and Vice President?
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Subpart J—POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR AGENCIES THAT OWN OR HIRE GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT FOR TRAVEL

§301-70.900
May we use our Government aircraft to carry passengers?
§301-70.901
Who may approve use of our Government aircraft to carry passengers?
§301-70.902
Do we have any special responsibilities related to space available travel on our Government aircraft?
§301-70.903
What are our responsibilities for ensuring that Government aircraft are the most cost-effective alternative for travel?
§301-70.904
Must travelers whom we carry on Government aircraft be authorized to travel?
§301-70.905
What documentation must we retain for travel on our Government aircraft?
§301-70.906
Must we report use of our Government aircraft to carry senior Federal officials and non-Federal travelers?
§301-70.907
What information must we report on the use of Government aircraft to carry senior Federal officials and non-Federal travelers and when must it be reported?
§301-70.908
Must we make information available to the public about travel by senior Federal officials and non-Federal travelers on Government aircraft?
§301-70.909
What disclosure information must we give to anyone who flies on our Government aircraft?
§301-70.910
Do the rules in this part apply to travel on Government aircraft by the President and Vice President or by individuals traveling in support of the President and Vice President?


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