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  1. Per diem rates

    Per diem rates. Rates are set by fiscal year, effective Oct. 1 each year. Find current rates in the continental United States, or CONUS rates, by searching below with city and state or ZIP code, or by clicking on the map, or use the new per diem tool to calculate trip allowances.

  2. Per Diem

    Per diem is a set allowance for lodging, meal and incidental costs incurred while on official government travel. Calculation of travel per diem rates within the Federal government is a shared responsibility of the General Services Administration (GSA), the Department of State (DoS), and the Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO).

  3. Per Diem Rate Lookup

    Look up per diem rates by location or download annual rates for all locations. GSA sets per diem rates for the contiguous 48 States and the District of Columbia. Rates are updated annually at the start of the fiscal year (or as necessary). View recent changes. DoS sets the per diem rates for foreign locations.

  4. Travel & Transportation Rates

    Defense Travel System Regulations ↗ Government Travel Charge Card Regulations ↗ Travel & Transportation Rates. Per Diem. Per Diem Rate Lookup Meal Rates. Archived Meal Rates Mileage Rates Dislocation Allowance Allowances. Basic Allowance for Housing

  5. PDF GSA Per Diem Bulletin FTR 21-01

    The U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 per diem reimbursement rates review has resulted in lodging and meal allowance changes for certain locations within CONUS to provide for reimbursement of Federal employees' subsistence expenses while on official travel. This Per Diem Bulletin updates the maximum lodging ...

  6. PDF GSA Per Diem Bulletin FTR 24-01

    as a Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) GSA Per Diem Bulletin. 3. Can agencies authorize actual expense reimbursement if their travelers cannot find rooms at the per diem reimbursement rates? If per diem reimbursement rates are insufficient to meet expenses, the FTR permits actual expense reimbursement up to 300% of the applicable maximum per diem ...

  7. Per Diem Rates

    Per Diem rates are the amounts each traveler is allowed to spend for lodging, meals, and incidentals (M&IE) while on official travel. Per Diem is not authorized for local travel (within 50 miles of duty location).CONUS (continental US) location rates are established and maintained by the General Services Administration (GSA). CONUS rates are ...

  8. Federal Register :: Maximum Per Diem Reimbursement Rates for the

    The GSA FY 2023 per diem reimbursement rates review has resulted in lodging and meal allowance changes for certain locations within CONUS to provide for reimbursement of Federal employees' subsistence expenses while on official travel. ... In addition, the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) allows for actual expense reimbursement as provided in ...

  9. Travel resources

    FedRooms provides federal travelers on official business with FTR compliant hotel rooms for transient and extended stays (up to 29 days). The program uses FEMA and ADA-compliant rooms with flexible booking terms at or below per diem rates. Federal employees should make reservations, including FedRooms reservations, via their travel management ...

  10. Federal travel regulation and related files

    Per diem FAQs Frequently asked questions about per diem rates and related topics. Small business Toggle submenu. Explore small business Register your business ... Federal Travel Regulation; Per Diem Expenses (Meals and Incidental Expense Allowance) - 2005: 10/01/2005: FTR Amendment 2005-05 FTR Case 2005-303 [PDF - 52 KB]

  11. Publication 463 (2023), Travel, Gift, and Car Expenses

    Federal employees should refer to the Federal Travel Regulations ... The limit is twice the highest federal per diem rate allowable at the time of your travel. (Generally, the federal per diem is the amount paid to federal government employees for daily living expenses when they travel away from home within the United States for business ...

  12. PDF Per Diem Rates

    Per diem is an allowance paid to your employees for lodging, meals, and incidental expenses incurred when travelling. This allowance is in lieu of paying their actual travel expenses. Return to top 2. What is the federal per diem rate for my area? Publication 1542, Per Diem Rates provides the rates for all continental U.S. areas. Return to top 3.

  13. Joint Travel Regulations

    Per Diem Rates. Authority. For Uniformed Service members, the JTR's authority is primarily derived from U.S.C. Titles 10 and 37 statutes. ... Federal Travel Regulation (FTR), and the Department of State's Standardized Regulations. ... The Per Diem Travel and Transportation Allowance Committee (PDTATAC), or Per Diem Committee, has oversight of ...

  14. 31.205-46 Travel costs.

    (ii) On partial travel days (e.g., day of departure and return). Appropriate downward adjustments from the maximum per diem rates would normally be required under these circumstances. While these adjustments need not be calculated in accordance with the Federal Travel Regulation or Joint Travel Regulations, they must result in a reasonable charge.

  15. U.S. Department of State

    Defense Agencies (Uniformed Services as well as for Civilians) - see the Joint Travel Regulations ( JTR) For more information on per diem policies, contact GSA's Office of Travel Management Policy at 202-501-0483 or consult your agency's implementing regulations. PCS Lodging Portal (Intranet ONLY) - [email protected].

  16. 14 FAM 570 PER DIEM

    The maximum per diem rates authorized for travel within CONUS are established by the Administrator of the General Services Administration and listed in Federal Travel Regulations, Chapter 301, Appendix A. ... No per diem is allowed for official travel that is 12 hours or less per Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) Section 301-11.2. 14 FAM 573.2 ...

  17. Actual Expense Allowance

    See the JTR, paragraph 020307-D for more information. The Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Allowance Committee must authorize these requests before official travel begins. Civilian employees may not be reimbursed more than 300 percent of the locality per diem rate. See the FTR, §301-11.305.

  18. U.S. Department of State

    Per Diem Rates : Excel Versions of Per Diem : Foreign Per Diem Rates. Allowance Rates : Allowances By Location ... Footnotes to Section 920. Standardized Regulations (DSSR) Archives (DSSR) Table of Contents (DSSR) General Information : Advance of Pay : Consumables : Danger Pay : Education : Evacuation : Extraordinary Quarters Allowance (EQA) ...

  19. PDF Federal Travel Regulation Overview

    Travel Policy Mission. Ensure Federal agencies spend travel dollars wisely, efficiently, and effectively while accomplishing their missions. Committed to ensuring that government travel policy follows all relevant laws, while applying innovative technology and implementing industry best practices. Federal Government is among the largest travel ...

  20. Factors influencing lodging rates

    Historically, we have worked with federal agencies, travelers, and the travel industry to improve the process of establishing federal lodging per diem rates. Since fiscal year 2005, lodging per diem rates have been based on average daily rate (ADR) data, less five (5) percent.

  21. FY 2020 Per Diem Rates for Federal Travelers Released

    WASHINGTON - The U.S. General Services Administration today released the fiscal year (FY) 2020 travel per diem rates, which will take effect on October 1, 2019. By law, GSA sets these rates for the continental United States annually. Per diem rates provide caps, or maximums, to the amounts that can be reimbursed to federal employees for lodging ...

  22. Contractor Travel Regulations > Defense Travel Management Office > FAQs

    Which regulations direct travel and transportation allowances for contractors?If a contract contains limits on allowable travel costs, regulations for contractor travel and transportation allowances are usually based on Part 31 of the Federal Acquisition, Find answers to frequently asked questions on policy, programs, and the Joint Travel Regulations.