Forest Service Employee"s Claim for Real Estate Sales Expenses, U.S. GAO, August 15, 1995.
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Forest Service Employee"s Claim for Real Estate Sales Expenses, U.S. GAO, August 15, 1995.

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The Forest Service requested that GAO determine whether an employee was allowed to receive more than 50 percent of allowable reimbursable real estate expenses for the sale of his determined that the Forest Service employee's reimbursement was limited to 50 percent since he held the title with two individuals who were not members of his immediate family. The Forest Service requested a decision on whether a transferred employee was entitled to reimbursement for a commission she paid for selling her mobile home at her old duty station, since the person who performed the service was not a licensed real estate broker or salesperson. GAO held that: (1) the mobile home was not real estate; (2) the applicable state law required the selling agent to. They sold their Sunriver residence on J , and submitted a claim voucher for reimbursement of the real estate sales expenses incurred. The Nation Finance Center (NFC) of the USDA disallowed payment because Mr. Peterson was not in a travel status at least 90 percent of the time, citing to our decision Billy L. Kenney, B, Dec. deduction, operating expenses and carrying charges, the passive loss rules, sale or disposal of timber, Government cost-sharing programs, other timber-related receipts, and information returns. In addition, this guide describes the tax implications of other forest-related topics, including donation or sale .

(Record Group 60) , Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History Records of the Office of the Attorney General General records Records relating to California land claims Records of the Solicitor of the Court of Claims General Records of the Department of Justice (bulk ).   Non-competitive sales may be made only to governmental entities and non-profit organizations. Two additional sale authorities available to the Forest Service are the Small Tracts Act and the Townsite Act. Small Tracts Act is a tool to address title claims, and disposal of mineral fractions and unneeded rights-of-ways. The Chief has the delegated authority to determine, settle, and pay (including replacement in kind) claims for loss of or damage to personal property submitted by Forest Service employees under the Military Personnel and Civilian Employees' Claims Act of , as amended (31 U.S.C. ). The employee claims reimbursement for the rental costs for the entire period. The claim is denied. Under 41 C.F.R. § (a) (), rental vehicles may be authorized for use during performance of official business. Since only 2 days official usage was required to transport the employee and his family to .

  The Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) summarizes the travel and relocation policy for all federal civilian employees and others authorized to travel at the government’s expense. Federal employees and agencies may use the FTR as a reference to ensure official travel and relocation is conducted in a responsible and cost effective manner. Resources for Federal Agency Customers. GSA's Office of Real Property Utilization and Disposal has developed several online tools and resources to assist Federal agencies in reporting a property excess for disposal, obtaining information on available excess properties that could be utilized by another Federal agency and to learn about and obtain additional real property asset management services. Donated materials, equipment and supplies should be valued at rates and prices available in the current local market. (a) Forest Service Non-Cash Contribution: Forest Service employee salaries, travel, equipment, supplies, etc., provided toward completion of the project. Total Forest Service indirect cost (overhead) is also included in this column. The plaintiff claims that the accident was the direct result of negligence on the part of the Forest Service and its employees. This action is brought under the Federal Tort Claims Act, 28 U.S.C. §§ et seq. Trial commenced on June 2, , and concluded on J The plaintiff was represented by the law firm of Holland & Hart.