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Chapter 14 Technical Administration
The  expenses  incurred  as  a  result  of temporary  or  permanent  travel  or  moves  are divided   into   the   following   categories: l  Transportation  costs  can  be  offset  in three  ways:  by  a  flat  mileage  allowance,  by transportation  furnished  by  the  government  in a  government  vehicle,  or  by  a  Transportation Request  which  can  be  used  to  purchase  tickets for   travel   on   commercial   carriers   (airlines, railroads).  The  mileage  allowance  is  payable to  both  the  member  and  dependents,  with  the rate  per  mile  dependent  on  the  status  of  the individual.  An  official  table  of  distances  is used   to   determine   the   number   of   miles between  the  different  duty  stations. l   Lodging   and   food   allowances   are reimbursed  to  the  member  for  this  expense  as a  combination  of  BAS  and  per  diem.  Per diem  is  a  daily  rate  that  varies  widely  with geographical  location.  Payment  of  per  diem is  also  affected  by  the  availability  and  use  of government  quarters  and  messing  facilities.  A dislocation  allowance,  equal  to  1  month’s BAQ,   is   paid   to   help   offset   expenses   in relocating   a   household. Some   overseas stations  where  temporary  family  lodging  costs are  high  will  have  a  temporary  lodging allowance  that  takes  the  family’s  expenses into  account  during  the  course  of  a  permanent change  of  station  move. l   Miscellaneous   cost   is   the   catchall   for expenses   not   covered   by   any   of   the   above listed  allowances.  One  example  would  be  taxi fare   from   an   airport   to   a   hotel   when   the member  is  on  a  temporary  additional  duty trip. SUMMARY This  chapter  briefly  discussed  travel,  leave procedures,   and   pay   and   allowances.   As   a YN,  in  the  customer  service  area,  you  will  be asked  questions  about  these  topics. Since these topics ultimately effect a persons pay, be careful  of  your  response.  If  you  aren’t  sure  of your  answer,  or  can’t  find  it  in  writing,  talk  to your  supervisor. 13-7

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