22 CFR 63.7 - Grants to United States participants to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, demonstrate special skills, or engage in specialized programs.

§ 63.7 Grants to United States participants to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, demonstrate special skills, or engage in specialized programs.
A citizen or resident of the United States who has been awarded a grant to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, demonstrate special skills, or engage in specialized programs may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Agency.
(a) Transportation. Transportation in the United States and abroad, including baggage charges.
(b) Subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses. Per diem, in lieu of subsistence while in a travel status, at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Travel Regulations, unless otherwise specified, and miscellaneous travel expenses, in the United States and abroad. Alternatively, a travel allowance may be authorized to cover subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses. The participant shall be considered as remaining in a travel status during the entire period covered by his or her grant unless otherwise designated.
(c) Orientation and debriefing within the United States. For the purpose of orientation and debriefing within the United States, compensation, travel, and per diem at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Travel Regulations, unless otherwise specified. Alternatively, a travel allowance may be authorized to cover subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses.
(d) Advance of funds. Advance of funds, including allowance for books and educational materials and per diem, or alternatively, the allowance to cover subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses.
(e) Compensation. Compensation at a rate to be specified in each grant.
(f) Allowances. Appropriate allowance as determined by the Agency.
(g) Books and educational materials allowance. Where appropriate, an allowance for books and educational materials. Such books and materials, unless otherwise specified, shall be selected by the grantee and purchased and shipped either by the grantee, or the Agency or its agent. At the conclusion of the grant, the books and materials shall be transferred to and become the property of an appropriate local institution or be otherwise disposed of as directed by the Agency.

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U.S. Code: Title 22 - FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTERCOURSE
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Executive Order ... 12048

Reorganization ... 1977 Plan No. 2