38 CFR 21.156 - Other incidental goods and services.
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(a) General. Other incidental goods and services may be authorized if the case manager determines them to be necessary to implement the veteran's rehabilitation plan. For example, a calculator may be authorized for a veteran pursuing an engineering degree, even though the veteran may not be required to have a calculator for any specific subject in his or her course, where there is substantial evidence that lack of a calculator places the veteran at a distinct disadvantage in successfully pursuing the course.
(b) Limitation on cost. The costs of incidental goods and services normally should not exceed five percent of training costs for any twelve-month period.
(Authority: 38 U.S.C. 3104(a)(10))
Title 38 published on 2014-07-01
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