I’d like to know about compensation for travel from one work site to another?

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My Federal job as a FLSA Non-exempt employee has a permanent duty station in one town, but 15 miles away they have another location. About once every 3 months I’m required to start my day at the other site for about 2 weeks. Am I eligible for mileage reimbursement, since it’s away from my assigned permanent duty station?

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Some DOD Duty Stations cover 3 counties. When the host units want to one-up the tenant units, tenant employees are ordered to change Work Sites within the duty station area–making room for non-DOD and even state employees. Tenant employees pay with their time and funds to satisfy these power-plays.

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You should seek guidance from your agency as they might have internal policies such as only authorized if over “X” miles, or you must use a government vehicle. When reimbursement is paid prior written approval would be required.

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Answered on January 23, 2019 5:14 pm
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(I posted a question here by mistake.)
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