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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 302Subchapter CPart 302-4 → Subpart H


Title 41: Public Contracts and Property Management
PART 302-4—ALLOWANCES FOR SUBSISTENCE AND TRANSPORTATION


Subpart H—Agency Responsibilities


Contents
§302-4.700   What governing policies must we establish for payment of allowances for subsistence and transportation expenses?
§302-4.701   What PCS travel expenses must we pay?
§302-4.702   What PCS travel expenses must we pay for the employee's immediate family members?
§302-4.703   How do we compute the per diem for an established minimum driving distance per day?
§302-4.704   Must we require a minimum driving distance per day?
§302-4.705   What are the allowances if the employee uses more POVs than authorized?

Note to subpart H: Use of pronouns “we”, “you”, and their variants throughout this subpart refers to the agency, unless otherwise noted.

§302-4.700   What governing policies must we establish for payment of allowances for subsistence and transportation expenses?

For payment of allowances for subsistence and transportation expenses, you must establish policy and procedures governing:

(a) How you will implement the regulations throughout this part;

(b) A reasonable minimum driving distance per day that may be more than, but not less than an average of 300 miles per calendar day when use of a POV is used for PCS travel and when you will authorize an exception;

(c) Designation of an agency approving official who will authorize an exception to the daily minimum driving distance; and

(d) When you will authorize the use of more than one POV for PCS travel.

§302-4.701   What PCS travel expenses must we pay?

Except as specifically provided in this chapter, PCS travel expenses you must pay are:

(a) Per diem;

(b) Transportation costs; and

(c) Other travel expenses in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 5701-5709 and chapter 301 of this title.

§302-4.702   What PCS travel expenses must we pay for the employee's immediate family members?

Except as specifically provided in this chapter, the reimbursement limits in chapter 301 of this title govern payment of travel expenses you must pay for the employee's immediate family members.

§302-4.703   How do we compute the per diem for an established minimum driving distance per day?

Per diem for an established minimum driving distance per day is computed based on the lodgings-plus per diem system as described in §§301-11.100 through 301-11.103 of this title.

§302-4.704   Must we require a minimum driving distance per day?

Yes, you must establish a minimum driving distance not less than an average of 300 miles per day. However, an exception to the daily minimum driving distance may be made when the delay is:

(a) Beyond control of the employee, e.g., results from acts of God or restrictions by Government officials;

(b) Due to a physical handicap; or

(c) For other reasons acceptable to you.

§302-4.705   What are the allowances if the employee uses more POVs than authorized?

If the employee uses more POVs than authorized, reimbursement will be made as if all persons traveled in the number of POVs that you authorized.

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