In this bulletin, agencies are informed of the temporary repeal of certain provisions relating to the TFR regulations applicable to TIP due to the travel impact of coronavirus disease in 2019 (COVID-19). Background: Federal authorities authorize requests to relocate persons listed in 302-1.1. These persons must sign a service contract stipulating that the person undertakes to serve for a minimum period after relocation, and in accordance with section 302-2.14 of the DIRECTIVE. Before completing the first mission, a RAT agency may propose to a staff member to carry out a new mission at the same OCONUS site or at another site, if staff agree to the conditions set out in the FTR -302-3.212. To explain the contents, please contact Mr. Rodney (Rick) Miller, Senior Program Analyst, Office of Government Wide Policy, Office of Asset and Transportation Management, at 202-501-3822, or by email at email@example.com. Please provide the FTR 21-02. Covid-19 allows staff and their immediate family members to delay or have to delay the Council`s admission, despite the success of their first mission and commitment to a second trip abroad. As a result of this delay, workers may not have 12 months of mission on their second mission upon their return from RAT, in accordance with 302-2.14 (d) and 302-3.505 (d)) As a result, agencies may waive NSR 302-2.14 (d) and 302-3.505 (d), which means that TIP travellers must not have 12 months of service on their second trip abroad after taking part in the TIP. The requirements for RR 302-3.223 and 302-3.224 remain in effect. This newsletter can be accessed www.gsa.gov/ ftrbulletins. Filing date: This notification applies retroactively to staff members whose official council was delayed or suspended after 13 March 2019 (one year before the President`s national emergency date with respect to COVID-19) and has not yet been adopted by the Council.
Associate Director, Office of Government wide Policy. Office of Government-wide Policy (OGP), General Services Administration (GSA).