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REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE LIMITATIONS.– Claims  for  reimbursement  must  be explicit.    Except  in  unusual  circumstances,  OPE claims should not exceed $75 in any month. If your claim does exceed $75 in any month, document the claim and attach an explanation. All legitimate claims are   honored;   however,   you   should   not   routinely exceed that amount. Receipts  are  required  for  all items  claimed  in  excess  of  $25.  If  a  receipt  is  not available, attach an explanation as to why the receipt is not available. Reimbursable expenses are limited to the following: l   Snacks,   nonalcoholic   beverages,   and occasional but not frequent lunches and dinners, when purchased  by  the  member  for  prospective  recruits, candidates,  and  their  respective  families  or  other individuals  who  directly  assist  in  the  recruiting  effort l Parking fees incurred while at itinerary stops and  actually  engaged  in  recruiting  or  processing applicants l  Official  telephone  calls l  Purchase  of  photographic  copies  of  vital documents  for  prospective  recruits;  including  birth certificates,  school  transcripts,  diplomas,  registration certificates,  passports,  duplicate  alien  registration cards,  or  doctors’  letters  required  by  the  applicant l Other small but necessary expenditures related to recruiting duty that the member must pay from personal  funds MINI-DEP EVENTS.– OPE funds are authorized to conduct mini-DEP events within the provisions of the JFTR, which allows the expenditure of OPE funds for prospective recruits and individuals who directly assist in recruiting. Expenditures for mini-DEP events are limited to the purchase of food and nonalcoholic beverages  with  a  total  cost  not  to  exceed  $75  per event. Mini-DEP events must be approved in advance by the NRD CO. UNAUTHORIZED EXPENSES.–  The  following examples   of   items   are   not   authorized   for reimbursement under OPE: l Batteries for cameras l Rental charge for information booth Keys for vehicle or office Maps Dry  cleaning  of  curtains Street  directories Auto  repair  or  services Membership  fees Parking  fees  when  not  engaged  in  recruiting Mileage for local and TEMADD travel Gratuities    (tips)–should    not    be    listed separately  but  should  be  included  in  the  cost of  reimbursable  meals Photo/reprographic   copies   for   meetings, office,  and  routine  use Lodging  for  applicants COI  events Flowers, greeting cards, and so on CLAIM SUBMISSION.– Claims     for reimbursement should cover only 1 calendar month and  should  be  submitted,  via  the  designated  approving official, to supply no later than the 15th of the month following the period covered. The CO will designate in writing an E-8 or above attached to the command to approve OPE claims.    NRDs will establish cutoff dates   for   OPE   claims. Late  claims  should  be submitted with written justification stating the reason for the delay via the XO for approval. Out-of-Pocket  Expense  Form.–  NAVCRUIT Form  7000/2  is  designed  to  be  used  as  a  log  of recruiter  expenses.  The  size  was  specifically  designed to fit into a uniform pocket. Instruct your recruiters to carry them at all times for recording their expenses when   they   are   incurred.   This   simplifies   the end-of-the-month  claim  submission  process.  Figure 4-10 shows a completed OPE form. The first entry shows the date, lunch, 2 (for the number of prospects), and the total amount of the luncheon bill. No further detail  is  necessary  or  desired. 4-26

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