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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 301Subchapter DPart 301-72


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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