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Joint Travel Regulations Changes

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TitleDescriptionEffective Date
UTD for MAP 46-23(I), TLE Extension Recertification - Edwards AFB/Palmdale, CA MHA (CA457)This item extends the TLE extension recertification dates for the Edwards AFB/Palmdale, CA Military Housing Area (CA457).5/8/2023
UTD for MAP 6-24(I) Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE) Recertification – Moody AFB, GA (GA081)This item extends the TLE extension recertification dates for the Moody AFB GA (GA081) Military Housing Area (MHA). The initiating local command documented and certified the continued existence of a housing shortage.2/15/2024
UTD for MAP 67-23(R) TLE Extension Recertification - Moody AFB, GA (GA081)This item extends the TLE extension recertification dates for the Moody AFB(GA081) Military Housing Area. The initiating local command must document and certify the continued existence of a housing shortage in the affected area within each 90-day period after the effective date.7/17/2023
UTD for MAP 26-24(R) TLE Extension Recertification - Portsmouth, NH/Kittery, METhis item extends the TLE extension recertification dates for the Portsmouth, NH/Kittery, ME (NH194) Military Housing Area.4/25/2024
UTD for MAP 44-24(I), Correction to Medical Specialty Care TravelThis item further clarifies the eligibility requirements for non-emergency specialty care. Effective when published in the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR).
CTD for CAP 35-24(S), Redefining Temporary Quarters Subsistence Expenses (TQSE) AllowancesThis item implements a mandatory provision of the Federal Travel Regulation affecting Title 41 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 300-2, 302-6, and 302-17, issued by the General Services administration on May 7, 2024. This item inserts changes to the Temporary Quarters Subsistence Expenses (TQSE) allowances and establishes TQSE Lodgings Plus (LP) as the preferred reimbursement method. Effective July 1, 2024.7/1/2024
UTD for MAP 14-23(R), Child Care Reimbursement Incident to a Permanent Change of Station (PCS)This item implements a new pilot program pursuant by Section 627 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023. In accordance with Section 627, the Secretary of Defense must carry out a pilot program to reimburse a member of the Armed Forces for travel and transportation expenses incurred by a child care provider during a permanent change of station (PCS) when child care is not available at a military child development center at the new permanent duty station (PDS) within 30 days of the Service member’s reporting date.1/30/2024
UTD for MAP 02-23(R), Pet Expenses Due to a Permanent Change of StationThis item implements Sec 624 of FY 2023 NDAA which amends 37 U.S.C. 453 and authorizes reimbursement of costs related to the relocation of a pet that arise during a permanent change of station (PCS). Under this new policy, a Uniformed Service member may be authorized reimbursement of up to $550 for a PCS within the continental United States and up to $2,000 for a PCS to or from a location outside the continental United States to cover expenses directly related to pet transportation, such as pet shipping and quarantine fees. This policy will be effective January 1, 2024 and published in the Joint Travel Regulations on that date.6/21/2023
UTD for MAP 101-22(I) 2023 Dislocation Allowance (DLA) RatesThis item increases the DLA rates effective January 1, 2023 based on the basic rate of pay increase of 4.6% in the FY2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).12/31/2022
UTD for MAP 108-23(I), CY2024 Dislocation Allowance (DLA) RatesThis item increases the DLA rates effective January 1, 2024 based on the basic rate of pay increase of 5.2% in the FY2024 President’s Budget. The FY2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) does not contain a provision to alter the increase rate.12/27/2023
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