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GSA Proposes Federal Travel Expense Regulation Amendments

AirportRunwayThe General Services Administration has proposed a rule that would amend a section in the Federal Travel Regulation to include ATM fees under incidental expenses rather than miscellaneous expenses.

A notice posted Friday on the Federal Register noted that the amendment aims to bolster the government’s travel cost projections and cost control measures.

The proposal also indicates that it is up to the agency to decide if it will accept the reimbursement of costs for laundry, cleaning and pressing of clothing during the travels of federal officials.

GSA will accept comments on the proposed rule through March 8.

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