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Meals
Overnight travel to multiple duty points without an intermediate return to a designated headquarters

When a state employee travels to more than one duty point outside the employee’s designated headquarters without an intermediate return to the headquarters, then the maximum meal reimbursement for the day is equal to the highest of the maximum rates for the duty points visited.

Example

A state employee travels on the same day to duty point A with a maximum meal reimbursement of $64 per day, duty point B with a maximum of $59, and duty point C with a maximum of $51 then the maximum reimbursement for all meal expenses incurred during the day is $64. This conclusion is valid even if all meals are purchased in duty point B or C.

If a state employee travels to a duty point during a calendar day and a different duty point the next calendar day, then:

  • The maximum meal reimbursement for the first day is equal to the maximum meal reimbursement rate for the duty point visited on the first day.
  • The maximum meal reimbursement for the second day is equal to the maximum meal reimbursement rate for the duty point visited on the second day.

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