41 CFR 102-5.120 - What are our responsibilities for documenting use of home-to-work transportation?

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§ 102-5.120 What are our responsibilities for documenting use of home-to-work transportation?
Your responsibilities for documenting use of home-to-work transportation are that you must maintain logs or other records necessary to verify that any home-to-work transportation was for official purposes. Each agency may decide the organizational level at which the logs should be maintained and kept. The logs or other records should be easily accessible for audit and should contain:
(a) Name and title of employee (or other identification, if confidential) using the passenger carrier;
(b) Name and title of person authorizing use;
(c) Passenger carrier identification;
(d) Date(s) home-to-work transportation is authorized;
(e) Location of residence;
(f) Duration; and
(g) Circumstances requiring home-to-work transportation.

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