JFTRJoint Federal Travel Regulation
JFTRJust for the Record
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Travel payments are typically governed by the JTRs and JFTRs. However, AFI 65-103 (Temporary Duty Orders) is key to understanding what is authorized for the traveler and what the traveler may claim on completion of the temporary duty (TDY) requirement.
Similar to the above analysis, if the houses are unfit or set for major rehabilitation, then the JFTR allows the Government to move their occupants to other quarters at Government expense upon the direction of competent authority.
(207) The JFTR allows the Government to pay for personnel moves "directed by competent authority on the basis of a Service requirement such as...
30-4 Admission to Retirement 24 USC [section] 412 Home Burial in Army Cemeteries 38 USC [section] 2402; AR 290-5; AR 210-190 Army Board for Correction 10 USC [section] 1552; DoDD 1332.41, of Military Records AR 15-185 (ABCMR) Army Discharge Review 10 USC [section] 1553; DoDI 1332.28, Board (DRB) AR 15-180 Transportation to Home 37 USC [section] 474(a)(3); JFTR, Ch.
These include the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) and the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR).
(27) The JFTR governs payment of evacuation allowances to military members and their dependents in the event of evacuation caused by unusual or emergency circumstances, U.S.
Department of the Army policy (43) and the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) (44) provide the basic guidelines and highlight the key issues for aides to consider in coordinating air travel.
(60) Dependent travel may only be authorized if an independent basis exists as a specific exception to Army policy and the JFTR. (61) Even then, appropriate invitational travel orders, official duty itinerary, and legal opinion should be obtained from the ethics counselor prior to scheduling travel for dependents.
Consequently, they remain entitled to reimbursement for certain expenses under federal statute and the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR).
The Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) and the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR) define these activities as "conferences" and regulate their planning and implementation.
Under the JFTR and JTR, the DMA must formally consider alternative means of achieving conference objectives, for example, teleconferencing or web-conferencing.
The Department of Defense (DOD) Office of General Counsel, Standards of Conduct Office (SOCO), recently announced that the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) and the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR) will no longer be the DOD's implementing authority for the acceptance of gifts of travel, meals, or lodging expenses when employees attend meetings under 31 U.S.C.