The FTR is the regulation contained in 41 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Chapters 300 through 304, that implements statutory requirements and Executive branch policies for travel by federal civilian employees and others authorized to travel at government expense.
To ensure compliance with internal agency rules and regulations, federal employees are referred back to his/her ITMC representative for direct assistance.
The ITMC representative is generally found in the agency’s Office of Finance and/or travel policy office.
Resources include: These documents provide an overview of a procedure or skill, the desired outcome, facts, step-by-step instructions, red flags, and information on what needs to be communicated to the patient and the patient’s family.
Resources help develop nursing competency, critical thinking skills and communication skills. Skill Competency Checklists complement the Nursing Practice and Skill Documents described above.
Government-wide Policy, Office of Asset and Transportation Management, Travel and Relocation Division sponsors an Interagency Travel Management Committee (ITMC) that provides a forum through which federal agencies can exchange information and ideas for resolving common interests relating to the effective utilization of the FTR.
Through the ITMC, GSA strengthens lines of communication and disseminates information to agency representatives.
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