If you violate your new service contract, the government will only reimburse you for the return trip and transportation to your actual place of residence if you have not received all of your benefits under a previous service contract in which you have successfully completed your required service time. The government will then allow you to reimburse the return and transportation costs of your former service to your actual place of residence. If there is an additional charge, you have to pay the difference. No, your family does not receive per day to travel from your position to your actual home in the United States and return to the same or other duty position. Before making the payment for separation moving trips, you must set deadlines within which employees can apply for permission and authorization of moving expenses. (a) You will continue to carry out successive missions in the same country from which you are travelling, and on September 8, 1982 you were: you must pay for the return trip and the transport of an employee only once at the end of each agreed period of service. Yes, your agency may pay for your direct family member and household items to be returned to the United States before entering into your service agreement. However, your reason for not entering into your service contract must be defined by your agency as compassionate in nature or for circumstances beyond your control. (b) Travel with the travel contract for recruitment or storage purposes is limited to two round-trip flights beginning within 5 years of the date the employee begins a consecutive period of missions in Alaska or Hawaii. Staff members should be consulted in writing on this restriction; or if you are travelling to another overseas location (instead of the United States), you will only get a refund if your actual home is in the country where you are taking your vacation, and you will only be reimbursed for your authorized travel and transportation expenses. You must pay all fees above your authorized amount.
(e) detailed information on the worker`s obligation to repay the funds spent on relocation as a debt owed to the government in the event of a breach of the service contract; If an employee does not meet the terms of the service contract, the worker is required by the government for all moving expenses that have been reimbursed to the worker or that have been paid directly by the government. However, if the reasons for not complying with the terms of the service contract are outside the scope of the staff directive and are acceptable to the Agency, you can dismiss the service contract staff member and waive any debt. Yes, all travel and transportation of household goods must be no later than six months later: you must pay the transportation costs for the return of immediate family members if the employee has successfully completed his term of service OCONUS service contract. You may only receive a refund for extended stays if your visits are between two locations within the United States, if you are an employee travelling from Alaska or Hawaii, and (c) if you grant an extension to an employee and/or an immediate member of the employee`s family at the beginning of the separation; (b) After September 8, 1982, you must note that travel expenses are required to extend the trip in order to recruit and retain staff, and you must inform staff in writing that the travel agreement is carefully limited, for recruitment and retention purposes, to two round trips beginning within 5 years of the worker`s first consecutive mission period.