In addition, the Sustainable Travel and Tourism Study will assess the impact of the new GSA Federal Travel Regulations on destinations, cities, and venues where government conferences and meetings are held.
What does FTR stand for?
FTR stands for Federal Travel Regulation
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- Failure to Reconcile (taxes)
- Failure To Repair
- Failure to Rescue
- Failure to Return
- Family Tracing and Reunification (various organizations)
- Fast Test Reactor
- Fault Threshold Rate
- Feature Test Release
- Federal Tax Return
- Federal Telecommunications Recommendation
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Eight of the 12 agencies that we reviewed had developed agencywide policies for conference planning; these policies were consistent with the governmentwide policy on conference planning in the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR), and specified that conference locations be selected on the basis of cost-effectiveness.
An attachment to the Joint Federal Travel Regulations added in late 2008 authorizes a short-distance move of household goods for servicemembers forced to relocate because the home they were renting foreclosed.
Based on the whistleblower suit and its investigation, the United States alleged that from 1997 through 2003, ORACLE, one of the world's largest enterprise software companies, had submitted false claims for payment for computer training to a variety of government agencies arising out of a Master Contract between ORACLE and the General Services Administration ("GSA"), including by: (1) billing to and collecting from the federal government in advance of providing training services; (2) "expiring" (meaning forfeiting to ORACLE) millions of dollars paid in advance by the federal government for training services which were not used within a one year period; and (3) failing to comply with the Federal Travel Regulations in billing the federal government for travel and expenses.
Introduction The Department of Defense (DOD) Office of General Counsel, Standards of Conduct Office (SOCO), recently announced that the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) and the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR) will no longer be the DOD's implementing authority for the acceptance of gifts of travel, meals, or lodging expenses when employees attend meetings under 31 U.
Other changes to the Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR) greatly expanded options and alternatives available to service members.
However, the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) still requires specific authorization for premium class use, even in situations where flight time exceeds 14 hours.