Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) for Non-Defense Agencies – Relocation Allowances . Rick Miller Program Analyst Travel and Transportation Management Policy (MTT) Office of Travel, Transportation and Asset Management GSA EXPO 2009. FEDERAL TRAVEL REGULATION (FTR).
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Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) for Non-Defense Agencies – Relocation Allowances
Rick MillerProgram AnalystTravel and Transportation Management Policy (MTT) Office of Travel, Transportation and Asset Management GSA EXPO 2009
Types of relocation transfers:TYPES OF TRANSFERS
As a transferred employee what relocation allowances must my agency pay or reimburse me for incident to a permanent change of station (PCS)?
As a transferred employee there are mandatory and discretionary relocation expenses. Once an agency decision is made to pay or reimburse relocation expenses indicated for the type of transfer, all the mandatory allowance must be paid or reimbursed, unless otherwise stated in the applicable partsTYPES OF ALLOWANCES
Per Diem for employee/family members
Transportation for employee/family members
Househunting per diem/transportation
Temporary Quarters Subsistence expense (TQSE)
Transportation and Storage of Household goods (HHG)
Shipment of Privately Owned Vehicle (POV)
Real Estate expense – sell/purchase
Relocation Income Tax Allowance (RITA)TYPES OF ALLOWANCES
FTR 302-4.200 (cont)
Day of departure from old PDS - 75%
Full travel day – 100%
Day of arrival at new PDS – 75%
Spouse/child 12 and older – 75% of employees rate
Child under 12 – 50% of employees rate
Broker’s Fee FHA / VA fee for loan application
Real estate commission Loan origination fee NTE 1%
Appraisal Preparing credit reports
Advertising Mortgage and transfer taxes
Title Insurance State revenue stamps
Title search Mortgage Title insurance policy
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Rick Miller, OGP, MTT
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