Notes about Decisions
This site contains the Board's decisions. New decisions are typically added to this website on Friday. Indexing, a process which makes a decision available to the search engine, is performed daily. Despite this frequency, it is possible that the search engine will fail to identify a decision even though it has been posted. If you are seeking a decision that was decided recently and it is not listed in your search results, please double-check the most recent list of decisions that corresponds to the decision category of the decision your are seeking.
Decisions and other documents on the following pages are available in three formats: WordPerfect, Text, and Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.
The text and pdf files may be searched, displayed, printed, and downloaded. When viewing decisions in the text format, please use the "back" key on your browser to return to the list of decisions.
Footnotes in Decisions
Documents in WordPerfect
and Adobe Acrobat's .pdf formats include all footnotes. Documents in
text format which are dated before November 15, 1997, do not include
footnotes. If you wish to view the footnotes in those documents, please
refer to the same documents in WordPerfect. Documents in text
format which are dated on or after November 15, 1997, include footnotes.
Footnotes in these documents are identified as [Foot #]. Footnote text
will appear at clearly delineated places within the documents.
All of the Board's decisions, may be searched via the search below. For each decision returned from a search, a brief summary is provided which contains the search word(s). Clicking on the case number will display the decision in text format.
All of the Board’s decisions may be searched via the search facility below.
Help With Searching
The Board's decisions are listed in chronological groupings. The most recent lists of decisions for each decision category may be viewed by clicking on the decision categories below. At the bottom of each list you will find links to earlier decisions lists, within the same decision category.
|Contract Appeals (since 10/1/96)||Archived Appeals (10/1/92 through 9/30/96)|
|Travel Cases||Archived Protests (10/1/92 through 9/30/96)|
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Federal Travel Regulation
The Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) is issued by the Administrator of General Services and governs travel and transportation allowances for Federal civilian employees, and relocation allowances for Federal civilian employees and certain new employees.
Joint Travel Regulations
The Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) are issued by the Department of Defense (DOD). They implement statutes and regulations (including the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) issued by the General Services Administration) pertaining to per diem, travel and transportation allowances, and relocation allowances, with application to civilian employees in DOD.
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