Yes, you are entitled to residence and transportation allowances for PCS travel if your agency specifically authorizes moving costs under this part and (a) your agency has authorized you to make a hunting trip at home prior to the trip (agency authorization must indicate the type of transport and duration of the trip); c) A staff member responsible for occupying positions outside CONUS as part of the overseas travel renewal contract travels to or from his place of residence for separation. To obtain a refund for transportation costs for the home hunt, you must break down your transportation costs and submit receipts in accordance with Chapter 301. The delay must begin before the maximum time for the start of the authorized journey and the transport following 302-2.9. “Temporary housing costs” or “TQSE” are the living costs borne by a worker and/or his immediate family while occupying temporary quarters. TQSE does not include transportation costs related to the occupancy of temporary neighbourhoods (see item 302-6.18 for details). For the payment of allowances for living and transportation costs You must set policies and procedures, if the new official station is located within 250 miles of the former official station, the required means of transportation is POV, unless there are reasons why they do not use a POV that is acceptable to you (. B for example, the traveller is physically disabled, does not own or rent pOV, has only a POV used for family transport, or the POV is not celebrated for such a trip). The refund for pov miles is made at the prescribed sentence at 302-4.300 of this sub-chapter. (a) Your agency will allow you to travel with all modes of transportation (p. B. of an ordinary carrier or POV) which it considers advantageous to the government.
Your agency pays for your transportation costs by the (s) authorized mode (s). If you are travelling with one or more modes of transportation other than the one authorized by your agency, your agency will cover your transportation costs up to the cost of transportation constructively by the authorized mode or modes. If you are travelling within 250 miles, your agency will allow POV travel unless there are reasons not to use an acceptable POV for the Agency (. B for example, if a traveller is physically disabled, does not own or rent a POV, has only one POV used for family transport, or the POV is not fit to travel for such a trip). The refund of the benefit of pov miles is made in accordance with the provisions of Chapter .302-4.300. Yes, purchasers who choose TQSE`s primary payment option must sign a declaration that should be included in the service contract by which they ensure that they occupy TQ and receive TQSE. In the absence of TQSE, the purchaser must refer all advanced funds to the Agency for the TQSE lump sum payment. Once your agency has authorized you to receive a TQSE allowance and you have signed a service contract. e) Who determines the mode of transport to be used. b) If the new official station is 250 miles or more from the old official station, the preferred mode of transportation is the regular carrier.
However, you can authorize the use of POV for a home hunt of more than 250 miles, provided you make a written cost comparison in accordance with .302-5.14 (b). No, you do not have to file proof after temporary quarters if you have chosen the lump sum payment. The lump sum payment is intended to simplify the process and eliminate the need to file a voucher. However, your agency may require you to sign a voucher or other document before they pay you your TQSE lump sum, and your agency may at any time require proof that you actually occupied TQ, but not for the entire period on which the lump sum calculation was based.