Appendix II to Part 1050 - DOE Form 3735.3 - Foreign Travel Statement
Statement Concerning Acceptance of Travel or Travel Expenses From a Foreign Government
Item 1. This statement is to be filed pursuant to the provisions of the Foreign Gifts and Decorations Act ( 5 U.S.C. 7342
, as amended by Pub. L. 95-105, August 17, 1977) and DOE implementing regulations at 10 CFR part 1050.
These provisions apply to travel or travel expenses for travel entirely outside
of the United States
tendered to or accepted by Federal employees and their spouses and dependents. The name of the employee should always be indicated in item 1; if the employee is the recipient of the travel or travel expenses, then items 5 and 6 should be marked N/A-not applicable; if the recipient is a spouse or dependent, then the appropriate information should be included in items 5 and 6.
Item 2. Self explanatory.
Items 3 and 4. The Office or Division of the employee should be indicated here regardless of whether the recipient is the employee or a spouse or dependent.
Items 5 and 6. See above, Item 1.
Item 7a. Indicate the location and mode of transportation and approximate value in U.S. dollars, if possible. Attach itinerary if available.
Item 7b. Indicate nature and location of travel expenses provided and approximate value in U.S. dollars, if possible. Attach itinerary if available.
Item 8. Indicate dates of travel.
Item 9. Self explanatory.
Item 10. Travel and travel expenses may be accepted in accordance with DOE regulations where the travel is official agency business. Spouses and dependents may accept such travel and expenses only when accompanying the employee. Item 10 therefore should be completed to identify the employee's official business whether the recipient is an employee or a spouse or dependent.
Item 11. Identify in this item any treaty or diplomatic custom that related to acceptance of the travel or expenses, and any circumstances indicating that acceptance would be consistent with the interests of the U.S. Also provide information regarding any prior approval of the acceptance.
Items 12, 13a, and 13b. Self explanatory.
1 The Congress has consented in Pub. L. 95-105 only to acceptance of travel or travel expenses that is entirely outside of the United States. Travel, any portion of which (such as the origination or termination of a flight) is within the United States, may not be paid for by a foreign government. All such travel must be handled within applicable DOE Travel Regulations and Standards of Conduct Regulations.