FTR

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AcronymDefinition
FTRFighter
FTRFor The Record
FTRFit to Run
FTRFailure to Return
FTRFailed to Report
FTRFailure To Repair
FTRFirst to Review (review websites)
FTRForeign Trade Regulations
FTRFail to Reject (statistics)
FTRFlop Turn River (poker website)
FTRFederal Travel Regulation
FTRFailure to Rescue
FTRFizik Tedavi Rehabilitasyon (Turkish: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
FTRFull-Time Regular
FTRFlat Tv Receiver
FTRFederal Telecommunications Recommendations
FTRFinancial Transmission Right
FTRFamily Tracing and Reunification (various organizations)
FTRFormal Technical Review
FTRFirst Time Resolution
FTRFull Text Retrieval
FTRFile Type Referenced (function point analysis)
FTRFoundation for Truth in Reality
FTRFilm Tax Relief (UK)
FTRFixed Transmission Right
FTRField Technical Representative
FTRFirst Time Right (quality assurance)
FTRFlight Test Requirement (various locations)
FTRFree to Air
FTRFunctional Test Requirement
FTRFlorida Trail Riders (motorcycling)
FTRFuture Technology Requirements
FTRFederal Tax Return
FTRForward Torpedo Room
FTRFlow-Tube Reactor (chemical physics)
FTRFrench Team Racing (gaming clan)
FTRFuture Transport Rotorcraft
FTRFault Threshold Rate
FTRFlight Test Round
FTRFederal Telecommunications Recommendation
FTRFollow the Reaper
FTRFactory Thorough Repair (Axmann)
FTRFirst Time Response Ltd. (UK)
FTRFord-Tickford Racing
FTRFast Test Reactor
FTRFort Ross (California Volunteer Fire Department)
FTRFull Tilt Riders MC (Motorcycle Club; est. 2003)
FTRFinned Tube Radiation
FTRFixed Termination Rate (mobile telecommunications)
FTRFood Trade Review (UK)
FTRForeign Travel Request
FTRFuture Technology Research Division (Honda)
FTRFeature Test Release
FTRFinancial Transaction Register
FTRFielding Training Review
FTRFlow Through Revetment
FTRField Trouble Report
FTRFlight Transition Round
FTRFunctional Training Range (physical rehabilitation)
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Categories: Government Operations, Air travel allowances, Authorization, Expense allowances, Expense claims, Federal employees, Financial management, Internal controls, Questionable payments, Transportation expense claims, Travel allowances, Accountability, Program abuses, Financial analysis, Federal Travel Regulation
In addition, the Sustainable Travel and Tourism Study will assess the impact of the new GSA Federal Travel Regulations on destinations, cities, and venues where government conferences and meetings are held.
An attachment to the Joint Federal Travel Regulations added in late 2008 authorizes a short-distance move of household goods for servicemembers forced to relocate because the home they were renting foreclosed.
Based on the whistleblower suit and its investigation, the United States alleged that from 1997 through 2003, ORACLE, one of the world's largest enterprise software companies, had submitted false claims for payment for computer training to a variety of government agencies arising out of a Master Contract between ORACLE and the General Services Administration ("GSA"), including by: (1) billing to and collecting from the federal government in advance of providing training services; (2) "expiring" (meaning forfeiting to ORACLE) millions of dollars paid in advance by the federal government for training services which were not used within a one year period; and (3) failing to comply with the Federal Travel Regulations in billing the federal government for travel and expenses.
* Post-2002 incidental expenses include the costs as defined under Federal Travel Regulations [41 C.F.R.
The Federal Travel Regulations have been amended by a final rule effective October 1, 2003, to increase the incidental expense allowance under the per diem expenses from $2 to $3 for all localities (Federal Register, August 29, 2003).
Other changes to the Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR) greatly expanded options and alternatives available to service members.
As one step to further improvement, DTMO continues to push the GSA to implement the mandatory program requirement in the Federal Travel Regulations, the policy regulations that govern non-DOD agency travel.
Follow links to federal travel regulations, the Defense Travel System, and per diem rate charts and travel-related information.
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