The General Services Administration is proposing new travel reimbursement rules for federal workers.
Federal employees who use their own cars for conducting government business will see a drop in the mileage reimbursement rates paid to them at the start of 2016.
GSA has raised the reimbursement rates for federal employees traveling on official business for the government.
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If someone came up with a script to embarrass a federal agency, it could not match what GSA has unintentionally done in conveying a negative image of the federal government to the public as the nation is starting to recover from a severe recession.
The Internal Revenue Service is raising the mileage reimbursement rate because of the increasing cost of filling up a car with gas. How will this decision impact federal employees?
GSA has responded quickly to the recent IRS move to increase the mileage reimbursement rate for federal employees.
The General Services Administration has posted the maximum per diem allowances for travel in foreign areas on its website for fiscal year 2005.
GSA has increased the reimbursement rates for use of personal vehicles on government business.