(a) Eximbank may accept payment for employee travel from a non-Federal source when a written authorization to accept payment is issued in advance of the travel following a determination by the employee's supervisor (except in the case of Board members) and the DAEO that the payment is:
(1) For travel relating to an employee's official duties under an official travel authorization issued to the employee;
(2) For attendance at a meeting or similar event as defined in § 412.3(c)(3) :
(i) In which the employee's participation is necessary in order to further the mission of Eximbank;
(ii) Which cannot be held at the offices of Eximbank for justifiable business reasons in light of the location and number of participants and the purpose of the meeting or similar event; and
(iii) Which is taking place at a location and for a period of time that is appropriate for the purpose of the meeting or similar event;
(3) From a non-Federal source that is not a conflicting non-Federal source or from a conflicting non-Federal source that has been approved under § 412.9; and
(4) In an amount which does not exceed the maximum per diem or actual subsistence expense rates and transportation class of service limitations prescribed in 41 CFR chapter 301.
(b) An employee requesting approval of payment of travel expenses by a non-Federal source under this part shall submit to the employee's supervisor (except in the case of Board members) and the DAEO a written description of the following: the nature of the meeting or similar event and the reason that it cannot be held at Eximbank, the date(s) and location of the meeting or similar event, the identities of all participants in the meeting or similar event, the name of the non-Federal source offering to make the payment, the amount and method of the proposed payment, and the nature of the expenses.
(c) Payments may be accepted from multiple sources under paragraph (a) of this section.
Title 12 published on 2012-01-01
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