Effective July 1 to Dec. 31, 2022, the maximum mileage reimbursement rate for state employee travel in a personal vehicle will increase to 62.5 cents per mile (up from 58.5 cents for Jan. 1 – June 30, 2022). This rate is consistent with the Internal Revenue Service’s standard mileage rate.
See Current Rates or Transportation: Mileage in Personal Vehicle in Textravel for more information.
Note: State agencies may adopt an internal policy with a rate that is lower than the maximum; however, the agency must distribute the policy before its employees begin any travel under the lower rate.
To ensure correct fiscal year-end USAS balances for imprest, petty cash and travel advance accounts, agencies authorized to maintain these accounts must certify that USAS balances and agency computed balances (cash plus outstanding reimbursements) agree. Only cash accounts with balances created from funds in the state’s treasury are subject to this requirement.
The certification is due July 8. All corrections must be entered in USAS by July 22.
See USAS Balances for Imprest, Petty Cash and Travel Advance Accounts (FPP A.045) for more information including how to request access to the Petty Cash Certification web application and complete the fo