41 CFR Subpart A - General Rules

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  1. § 302-7.1 Who is eligible for the transportation and temporary storage of household goods (HHG) at Government expense?
  2. § 302-7.2 What is the maximum weight of HHG that may be transported or stored at Government expense?
  3. § 302-7.3 May HHG be transported or stored in more than one lot?
  4. § 302-7.4 Who pays for shipping professional books, papers, and equipment (PBP&E)?
  5. § 302-7.5 What happens if the HHG shipment includes PBP&E, and it might exceed, or did exceed, the 18,000 pounds net weight allowance?
  6. § 302-7.6 What are the authorized origin and destination points for the transportation of HHG and PBP&E?
  7. § 302-7.7 May the origin and destination points be other than that prescribed in § 302-7.6?
  8. § 302-7.8 At what location can CONUS-to-CONUS or OCONUS-to-CONUS HHG shipments be temporarily stored?
  9. § 302-7.9 What are the time limits for the temporary storage of authorized HHG shipments?
  10. § 302-7.10 What are the reasons that would justify the additional storage beyond the initial 60 days CONUS and 90 days OCONUS limits?
  11. § 302-7.11 Is property acquired en route eligible for transportation at Government expense?
  12. § 302-7.12 What is the Government's liability for loss or damage to HHG?
  13. § 302-7.13 What are the various methods of shipping HHG and how is the weight determined for each type of shipment?
  14. § 302-7.14 What methods of transporting and paying for the movement of HHG, PBP&E and temporary storage are authorized?
  15. § 302-7.15 Are there any disadvantages to using the commuted rate method for transporting HHG, PBP&E and temporary storage?
  16. § 302-7.16 Must I use the methods selected by my agency for transportation and temporary storage of my HHG and PBP&E?
  17. § 302-7.17 Is the maximum weight allowance for HHG and temporary storage limited when quarters are furnished or partly furnished by the Government OCONUS or upon return to CONUS?
  18. § 302-7.18 May PBP&E be transported at Government expense upon returning to CONUS for separation from Government service, after completion of an OCONUS assignment?
  19. § 302-7.19 Who is liable for any loss or damage to HHG incident to an authorized relocation?
  20. § 302-7.20 Should I include items that are irreplaceable or of extremely high monetary or sentimental value in my HHG shipment?
  21. § 302-7.21 If my HHG shipment includes an item for which a weight additive is assessed by the HHG carrier (e.g., boat, trailer, ultralight vehicle), am I responsible for payment?
Note to subpart A:

Use of pronouns “I”, “you”, and their variants throughout this subpart refers to the employee, unless otherwise noted.