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e-CFR Data is current as of July 23, 2014

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 301-72—AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES RELATED TO COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORTATION

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Subpart A—PROCUREMENT OF COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORTATION

§301-72.1
Why is common carrier presumed to be the most advantageous method of transportation?
§301-72.2
May we utilize methods of transportation other than common carrier (e.g., POVs, chartered vehicles, etc.)?
§301-72.3
What method of payment must we authorize for common carrier transportation?
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Subpart B—ACCOUNTING FOR COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORTATION

§301-72.100
What must my travel accounting system do in relation to common carrier transportation?
§301-72.101
What information should we provide an employee before authorizing the use of common carrier transportation?
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Subpart C—CASH PAYMENTS FOR PROCURING COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

§301-72.200
Under what conditions may we authorize cash payments for procuring common carrier transportation services?
§301-72.201
What must we do if an employee uses cash in excess of the $100 limit to purchase common carrier transportation?
§301-72.202
Who may approve cash payments in excess of the $100 limit?
§301-72.203
When may we limit traveler reimbursement for a cash payment?
§301-72.204
What must we do to minimize the need for a traveler to use cash to procure common carrier transportation services?
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Subpart D—UNUSED, PARTIALLY USED, EXCHANGED, CANCELED, OR OVERSOLD COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

§301-72.300
What procedures must we establish to collect unused, partially used, and exchanged tickets?
§301-72.301
How do we process unused, partially used, and exchanged tickets?


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