U.S. Department Of The Interior Temporary Duty Travel Policy

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0.U.S. Department of the InteriorTemporary Duty Travel PolicyMarch 2014

Table of Contents1 Introduction . 51.1 Temporary Duty Travel Allowances . 51.1.1 Defining TDY Travel . 51.1.2 Understanding Eligibility for TDY Allowances . 61.1.3 Understanding Responsibility for Travel-Related Costs . 61.1.4 Using Promotional Benefits Earned during TDY Travel . 71.2 E-Gov Travel Service (ETS) . 71.2.1 Understanding ETS . 71.2.2 Defining the Federal Travel Management Program . 91.3 Travel Authorizations. 91.3.1 Defining Purpose of Travel Authorization Process . 91.3.2 Defining Types of Travel Authorizations . 101.3.3 Defining Minimum Standards for Travel Authorizations . 101.3.4 Establishing Internal Policies and Procedures for Travel Authorizations . 111.3.5 Identifying Trip Purpose Codes . 121.3.6 Identifying Travel-Related Expenses that Require Specific Authorization orPre-Approval . 131.3.7 Booking Combined Official and Personal Travel. 141.4 Travel Claims for Reimbursement . 141.4.1 Understanding Travel Vouchers . 141.4.2 Defining Approving Officials' Responsibilities . 161.4.3 Defining Timeline for Travel Claims . 161.4.4 Disallowing Travel Claims . 161.5 Invitational and Contractor Travel . 171.5.1 Understanding Invitational Travel . 171.5.2 Understanding Pre-Employment Interview Travel . 181.5.3 Understanding Contractor Travel . 181.6 Travel Funded by Non-Federal Source or Another Agency . 191.6.1 Defining Travel Funded by Non-Federal Source or Another Agency . 191.6.2 Understanding Travel Sponsored by Non-Federal Source . 191.6.3 Understanding Intra- or Inter-Governmental Travel. 212 Per Diem Expenses . 222.1 Eligibility for Per Diem Reimbursement . 222.1.1 Determining Eligibility for Per Diem Reimbursement . 222.1.2 Establishing Policies to Govern Authorization and Payment of Per DiemExpenses . 232.1.3 Determining Eligibility for Rest Periods during TDY Travel . 232.1.4 Determining Eligibility for Per Diem on Leave or Non-Workdays during TDYTravel . 242.1.5 Determining Eligibility for Per Diem during Return Travel . 242.2 Lodging Costs . 252.2.1 Obtaining Lodging for TDY Travel . 252.2.2 Understanding Types of Lodging . 262.2.3 Understanding Lodging Taxes and Tax Exempt Status . 272.2.4 Determining Eligibility for Advanced Room Deposits . 272.3 Meal Costs. 282.3.1 Defining Complimentary Meals . 282.3.2 Defining Meals Provided by the Government. 282.3.3 Refusing Meals for Medical or Religious Reasons . 28i

Table of Contents2.4 Documentation Requirements . 292.5 Lodgings-plus Per Diem . 292.5.1 Determining Allowable Lodging Reimbursement Rate . 292.5.2 Determining Allowable M&IE Reimbursement Rate . 292.6 Reduced Per Diem. 312.6.1 Reducing Per Diem during TDY Travel . 312.6.2 Understanding Camp Rates . 312.7 Actual Expense . 312.7.1 Determining Eligibility for Actual Expense Reimbursement . 322.7.2 Requesting Actual Expense Reimbursement . 322.7.3 Authorizing Actual Expense Reimbursement. 322.7.4 Identifying Required Receipts for Actual Expense Reimbursement . 333 Extenuating Circumstances for Travel . 343.1 Travel of Employee with Disability or Special Need . 343.1.1 Understanding Allowable Expenses for TDY Travel of Employee withDisability or Special Need . 343.1.2 Authorizing and Paying Additional Travel Expenses for Employee withDisability or Special Need . 343.2 Emergency Travel . 353.2.1 Understanding Emergency Travel . 353.2.2 Defining "Family" for Emergency Travel Purposes . 353.2.3 Interrupting or Discontinuing TDY Travel . 353.2.4 Determining Allowable Expenses when Illness or Injury Occurs. 363.3 Travel Guidance for Year End and Beginning of New Fiscal Year . 373.4 Travel During Periods Covered by Continuing Resolution Authority . 373.5 Official Travel During Period of Conflict. 383.6 Travel of Threatened Law Enforcement or Investigative Employees . 383.6.1 Understanding Allowable Subsistence and Transportation Expenses for LawEnforcement or Investigative Employees . 383.6.2 Identifying Allowable Lodging Expenses . 393.6.3 Identifying Allowable Transportation Expenses . 393.6.4 Identifying Allowable Subsistence Expenses. 393.6.5 Documenting Subsistence Expenses . 403.6.6 Determining the Allowable Period of Expense Reimbursement . 403.6.7 Obtaining Travel Advance for Transportation and Subsistence Expenses . 403.6.8 Identifying Required Receipts for Reimbursement . 404 Transportation Expenses . 414.1 Understanding Allowable Transportation Expenses . 414.1.1 Identifying and Authorizing Allowable Transportation Expenses . 414.1.2 Selecting Most Advantageous Mode of Transportation. 424.1.3 Traveling by Most Direct Route . 424.1.4 Creating Cost Comparisons . 424.2 Air Travel . 434.2.1 Understanding Basic Requirements for Air Travel . 434.2.2 Using Contract City-Pair Airfare and Non-Refundable Fares . 434.2.3 Selecting Appropriate Class of Airline Accommodations. 454.2.4 Understanding Reduced Group or Charter Fares . 474.2.5 Selecting Among Airlines that Offer Same Fare . 474.2.6 Changing and Cancelling Ticketed Airfares . 47ii

Table of Contents4.2.7 Determining Appropriate Use of U.S. Flag Air Carriers . 484.3 Train Travel . 504.3.1 Selecting Appropriate Class of Train Accommodations . 504.3.2 Travel by Train as Personal Preference . 504.4 Travel by Ship . 504.4.1 Authorizing Travel by Ship . 504.4.2 Selecting Appropriate Class of Ship Accommodations . 514.4.3 Determining Appropriate Use of U.S. Flag Ships . 514.5 Determining Appropriate Use of Local Transit System. 514.6 Use of GOV . 524.6.1 Determining when Use of GOV is Advantageous . 524.6.2 Administering Use of GOV . 524.6.3 Understanding Appropriate Use of GOV. 524.6.4 Following Accident Procedures . 534.7 Use of POV. 534.7.1 Determining Allowable Use of POV . 534.7.2 Calculating POV Mileage Reimbursement . 544.7.3 Using POV as Personal Preference . 544.7.4 Identifying Other Reimbursable Expenses when Traveling by POV . 554.8 Determining Appropriate Use of Special Conveyances . 564.9 Use of Taxis and Shuttle Service. 574.9.1 Determining Appropriate Use of Taxis and Shuttle Service . 574.9.2 Tipping Taxi, Shuttle Service and Courtesy Transportation Drivers . 574.10 Rental Cars . 574.10.1 Authorizing Use of Rental Vehicles . 574.10.2 Selecting Appropriate Rental Car . 584.10.3 Determining Reimbursement for Premium Services or Assistive Technologies. 584.10.4 Determining Reimbursement for Rental Car Insurance . 594.10.5 Following Accident Procedures . 604.10.6 Understanding Liability for Unauthorized Use of Rental Vehicle . 604.10.7 Using Rental Cars for Combined Official and Personal Travel . 604.11 Use of Government Aircraft . 614.11.1 Understanding Government Aircraft vs. Special Conveyance. 614.11.2 Determining Appropriate Use of Government Aircraft . 614.11.3 Authorizing Use of Government Aircraft . 614.11.4 Ensuring that Travel on Government Aircraft is Cost-Effective . 614.11.5 Obtaining Approval to Use Government Aircraft to Carry Passengers . 624.11.6 Reporting Requirements for Travel on Government Aircraft. 624.11.7 Identifying Required Documentation for Travel on Government Aircraft . 625 Miscellaneous Expenses . 635.1 Identifying Allowable Miscellaneous Expenses . 635.2 Authorizing and Paying Miscellaneous Expenses . 645.3 Understanding Communications Policies . 645.4 Understanding Reimbursement for Baggage Fees. 655.5 Determining Eligibility for Laundry Reimbursement. 656 Conference Planning and Related Travel . 676.1 Guidance for Conference Attendees. 676.1.1 Defining Terms . 67iii

Table of Contents6.1.2 Establishing Conference Travel Guidance . 676.1.3 Reimbursing Advanced Payment of Conference Registration Fees . 686.2 Guidance for Conference Planners . 686.2.1 Understanding Conference Approval and Reporting Requirements . 686.2.2 Meeting Conference Planning Requirements . 686.2.3 Establishing Policies and Procedures to Govern Selection of ConferenceAttendees.706.3 Site Selection . 706.3.1 Selecting Location and Facility . 706.3.2 Understanding Conference Lodging Allowance (CLA) . 706.3.3 Authorizing Actual Expense Reimbursement for Conference Attendees . 716.3.4 Meeting Requirements Associated with Sponsoring or Funding Conference atHotel, Motel or Other Place of Public Accommodation. 716.3.5 Meeting Requirements for Holding Conference in D.C. . 716.4 Documentation Standards . 726.4.1 Completing Required Cost Comparisons . 726.4.2 Documenting Selection of Project Site . 726.4.3 Creating Advertisements and Application Forms for Official Conferences . 726.5 Providing Light Refreshments at Official Conferences . 727 Extended TDY Assignments and Income Tax Reimbursement Allowances . 747.1 Determining Eligibility for Extended TDY Reimbursement . 747.2 Travel Expenses during Extended TDY Assignments . 747.2.1 Traveling To and From Extended TDY Assignment . 747.2.2 Calculating Per Diem Reimbursement during an Extended TDY Assignment757.3 Tax Implications of Extended TDY Assignments . 767.3.1 Determining when Extended TDY Assignments are Taxable . 767.3.2 Understanding Income Tax Reimbursement Allowance (ITRA) . 777.3.3 Identifying Documentation Required to Substantiate ITRA Claim . 787.3.4 Understanding ITRA Calculations . 787.4 Documentation Requirements for Extended TDY Assignments . 787.4.1 Documenting Extended TDY Assignment Reimbursement . 787.4.2 Documenting Interruptions to Extended TDY Assignments. 798 Travel Regulations with Charge Card Implications . 818.1 Payment of Travel Expenses with the Government Charge Card . 818.1.1 Identifying Required Method of Payment for Official Travel Expenses . 818.1.2 Understanding Exceptions to Mandatory Use of the Charge Card . 818.1.3 Understanding Limitations on Allowable Charge Card Use . 828.1.4 Understanding Responsibility for Payment . 828.2 Alternative Payment Methods for Travel Expenses . 838.2.1 Understanding Allowable ATM Cash Withdrawals . 838.2.2 Understanding Allowable Use of the Travel Advance . 838.2.3 Paying for Travel Expenses with Personal Funds . 83Appendix A: Glossary of TDY T

the DOI PCS Handbook and 347 DM 302, DOI Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) Implementing Instructions. for guidance. Distinguishing Between TDY Travel and Local Travel . The chart below distinguishes between TDY and local travel. Local travelers are not eligible for TDY allowances and may not use ETS to claim reimbursement for travel-related costs.

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