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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 301Subchapter A → Part 301-1


Title 41: Public Contracts and Property Management


PART 301-1—APPLICABILITY


Contents
§301-1.1   What is an “agency” for purposes of TDY allowances?
§301-1.2   What is an “employee” for purposes of TDY allowances?
§301-1.3   Who is eligible for TDY allowances?

Authority: 5 U.S.C. 5707.

Source: FTR Amdt. 70, 63 FR 15954, Apr. 1, 1998, unless otherwise noted.

§301-1.1   What is an “agency” for purposes of TDY allowances?

An agency includesBut does not include
An Executive agency, as defined in 5 U.S.C. 105 (except for Government-Controlled Corporations, i.e. mixed ownership Government Corporation as defined in 31 U.S.C. 9101).A Government-controlled corporation.
A military departmentA Member of Congress.
An office, agency or other establishment in the legislative branchAn office or committee of either House of Congress or of the two Houses.
The Government of the District of ColumbiaAn office, agency or other establishment in the judicial branch.

[FTR Amdt. 70, 63 FR 15954, Apr. 1, 1998, as amended by FTR Amdt. 108, 67 FR 57964, Sept. 13, 2002]

§301-1.2   What is an “employee” for purposes of TDY allowances?

An “employee” is:

(a) An individual employed by an agency, regardless of status or rank; or

(b) An individual employed intermittently in Government service as an expert or consultant and paid on a daily when-actually-employed (WAE) basis; or

(c) An individual serving without pay or at $1 a year (also referred to as “invitational traveler”).

§301-1.3   Who is eligible for TDY allowances?

This chapter covers the following individuals:

(a) Employees traveling on official business;

(b) Interviewees performing pre-employment interview travel;

(c) Employees who must interrupt official business travel to perform emergency travel as a result of an incapacitating illness or injury or a personal emergency situation; and

(d) Threatened law enforcement/investigative employees and members of their family temporarily relocated to safeguard their lives because of a threat resulting from the employee's assigned duties.

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