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Feds Traveling Into DC Getting More Reimbursement

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Federal employees will see an increase in reimbursements when they travel to certain cities in fiscal year 2012, the General Services Administration said Thursday.

GSA announced the per diem reimbursement rates for federal workers would remain largely unchanged, with most rates increasing or decreasing by no more than $5.

Federal employees traveling to Washington, D.C. will see a slight increase of about $15 from fiscal year 2011. Feds will receive up to $226 per day during peak travel months.

The standard lodging rate, applying in 2,600 counties across the country, remains at $77. Meal and incidental rate tiers will also remain the same, ranging from $46 to $71.

Click here to view the per diem rates.

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