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Directive:

DINAP BULLETIN 91-03


Status: Cancelled

Subject:
Increase in Mileage Reimbursement Rate

Purpose:
To inform grantees of an increase in mileage reimbursement rate for privately owned automobiles used for JTPA grant purposes.

To

All Native American Grantees

From

HERBERT FELLMAN PAUL A. MAYRAND Chief Director Division of Indian and Native Office of Special Targeted American Programs Programs

Date

July 12, 1991

Expiration Date

Ongoing.

Rescissions:    DINAP Bulletin 89-12.
Text :
References. 41 CFR Part 301-4; Federal Register/Vol. 56, No. 122/Tuesday, June 25, 1991, page 28824, attached. Background. The General Services Administration is required by law to periodically investigate the cost of operating privately owned vehicles to employees while on official travel and report the results of these investigations to Congress. Action. Effective July 1, 1991, grantees are authorized to increase the mileage reimbursement rate from 24 cents to 25 cents per mile for use of privately owned automobiles for approved JTPA grant purposes. Questions. Consult your DINAP Federal Representative.

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