A citizen of the United States who has been awarded a grant to study may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Agency.
(a) Transportation. Transportation and miscellaneous expenses in the United States and abroad, including baggage charges, and per diem in lieu of subsistence while in a travel status. Per diem at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Travel Regulations, unless otherwise specified. Travel status shall terminate upon arrival at the place of study designated in the grant and shall recommence upon departure from the place to return home.
(b) Orientation and debriefing within the United States. For the purpose of orientation and debriefing within the United States travel and per diem at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Travel Regulations, unless othewise specified.
(c) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem.
(d) Maintenance allowance. A maintenance allowance at a rate to be specified in each grant.
(e) Tuition. Tuition and related fees for approved courses of study.
(f) Books and educational materials allowance. A reasonable allowance for books and educational materials.
(g) Tutoring assistance. Special tutoring assistance in connection with approved courses of study.
Title 22 published on 2012-04-01
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