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(d) Provide the employee an opportunity to make a written agreement with the contractor to repay the delinquent amount.

ployee consents in writing to deduction of a greater percentage.

APPENDIX A TO CHAPTER 301-PRE

SCRIBED MAXIMUM PER DIEM RATES
FOR CONUS

8301–76.101 Who is responsible for en.

suring that all due process and

legal requirements have been met? You are responsible for ensuring that all requirements have been met.

8301-76.102 Can we collect undisputed

delinquent amounts if we have not reimbursed the employee for amounts reimbursable under appli

cable travel regulations? No, you may only collect undisputed delinquent amounts after you have reimbursed the employee under the applicable travel regulations and in accordance with a proper travel claim. However, if the employee has not submitted a proper travel claim within the timeframe requirements of $301–52.7 of this chapter, and there are no extenuating circumstances, you may collect the undisputed delinquent amounts.

The maximum rates listed in this appendix are prescribed under part 301-11 of this chapter for reimbursement of per diem expenses incurred during official travel within CONUS (the continental United States). The amount shown in column (a) is the maximum that will be reimbursed for lodging expenses excluding taxes. The M&IE rate shown in column (b) is a fixed amount allowed for meals and incidental expenses covered by per diem. The per diem payment calculated in accordance with part 301–11 of this chapter for lodging expenses plus the M&IE rate may not exceed the maximum per diem rate shown in column (c). Seasonal rates apply during the periods indicated. It is the policy of the Government, as reflected in the Hotel Motel Fire Safety Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-391, September 25, 1990 as amended by Public Law 105–85, November 18, 1997), referred to as “the Act” in this paragraph, to save lives and protect property by promoting fire safety in hotels, motels, and all places of public accommodation affecting commerce. In furtherance of the Act's goals, employees are encouraged to stay in a facility which is firesafe, i.e., an approved accommodation, when commercial lodging is required. Lodgings that meet the Government requirements are listed on the U.S. Fire Administration's Internet site at http://www.usfa.fema.gov/ hotel/index.htm.

8301–76.103 What is the maximum

amount we may deduct from the

employee's disposable pay? As set forth in Public Law 105–264, 112 Stat. 2350, October 19, 1998, the maximum amount you may deduct from the employee's disposable pay is 15 percent per pay period, unless the em

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Casa Grande

(January 1-April 30)

(May 1-December 31) Chinle

(May 1-October 31)

(November 1 - April 30) Flagstaff

Apache

86
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34
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120
90

All points in Coconino County not covered
under Grand Canyon per diem area

(April 1-October 31)

(November 1-March 31) Grand Canyon

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101 89 148

All points in the Grand Canyon National Park

190-163

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(October 16-March 31) Phoenix/Scottsdale

(January 1-April 15)
(April 16-September 30)

(October 1-December 31) Tucson

(January 1-April 15)

(April 16-December 31) Yuma

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(January 1-May 31)

(June 1-December 31) Point Arena/Gualala Redding Sacramento Salono County San Diego San Francisco San Luis Obispo

(June 1-September 30)

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Napa

City limits of Oakhurst (except Madera)
Alameda
San Bernardino
Riverside

Mendocino
Shasta
Sacramento
Salono County
San Diego
San Francisco
San Luis Obispo

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Montezuma
City limits of Crested Butte (see Gunnison)
Denver, Adams, and Arapahoc
La Plata

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95
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137
125

COLORADO
Aspen

(January 1-March 31).
(April 1-May 31)

(June 1 December 31).
Boulder

(May 1-October 15).

(October 16-April 30).
Colorado Springs

(May 15-September 14).

Larimer (except Loveland)
Gunnison (except Crested Butte)

Jefferson County
City limits of Loveland (see Larimer County)
Montrose
Pueblo

Summit

34
42
42

(September 15-May 14).
Cortez
Crested Butte
Denver
Durango

(June 1-October 31).

(November 1-May 31)
Fort Collins
Gunnison

(June 15-September 30)

(October 1-June 14).
Jefferson County
Loveland
Montrose
Pueblo

(June 1-September 30).

(October 1-May-31)
Silverthome/Keystone

(December 1-April 1)
(April 2-November 30)

95
61
59

38
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133
99
93

69
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69
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