41 CFR 303-70.303 - Must we continue payment of relocation expenses for an employee's immediate family if the employee dies while in transit to his/her new duty station within CONUS?

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§ 303-70.303 When a immediate family member, residing with the employee, dies while in transit to or from the employee's duty station OCONUS, must we furnish mortuary services and/or transportation of the remains?

Yes, you must furnish transportation if requested by the employee. You must follow the guidelines in § 303-70.301 for transportation expenses. You must furnish mortuary services only if the conditions in § 303-70.300 are met.

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United States Code

§ 5721 - Definitions

§ 5722 - Travel and transportation expenses of new appointees; posts of duty outside the continental United States

§ 5723 - Travel and transportation expenses of new appointees and student trainees

§ 5724 - Travel and transportation expenses of employees transferred; advancement of funds; reimbursement on commuted basis

§ 5724a - Relocation expenses of employees transferred or reemployed

§ 5724b - Taxes on reimbursements for travel, transportation, and relocation expenses of employees transferred

§ 5724c - Relocation services

§ 5724d - Transportation and moving expenses for immediate family of certain deceased Federal employees

§ 5725 - Transportation expenses; employees assigned to danger areas

§ 5726 - Storage expenses; household goods and personal effects

§ 5727 - Transportation of motor vehicles

§ 5728 - Travel and transportation expenses; vacation leave

§ 5729 - Transportation expenses; prior return of family

§ 5730 - Funds available

§ 5731 - Expenses limited to lowest first-class rate

§ 5732 - General average contribution; payment or reimbursement

§ 5733 - Expeditious travel

§ 5734 - Travel, transportation, and relocation expenses of employees transferred from the Postal Service

§ 5735 - Travel, transportation, and relocation expenses of employees transferring to the United States Postal Service

§ 5736 - Travel, transportation, and relocation expenses of certain nonappropriated fund employees

§ 5737 - Relocation expenses of an employee who is performing an extended assignment

§ 5737a - Employees temporarily deployed in contingency operations

§ 5738 - Regulations

§ 5741 - General prohibition

§ 5742 - Transportation of remains, dependents, and effects; death occurring away from official station or abroad

Presidential Documents

Executive Order ... 11609