As a Government Contractor with active travelers, you may need to be more attentive to your travel arrangements, as well as the rules and regulations around maintaining records that may be audited.
How is Government Contractor Travel Different?
Policies may vary according to your company, but all areas of travel may be affected by government regulations and subject to government spend audits.
Determining Your Regulations: FAR, FTR, and JTR
Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR): The set of regulations governing all acquisitions and contracting procedures in the Federal government.
Federal Travel Regulations (FTR): Rules and policies for travel by federal civilian employees and others authorized to travel at government expense.
Joint Travel Regulations (JTR): Regulations for DoD civilian employees and civilians who travel using DoD funding. The JTR contains regulations related to per diem, travel and transportation allowances, relocation allowances, and certain other allowances.
How PCI can help?
Our ARCH (Air, Rail, Car and Hotel) Program is an end-to-end travel booking and reconciliation package suite designed for the modern Government Contractor. ARCH provides the ability to integrate the travel booking process, credit card reconciliation and with our API, feed the data into Deltek’s Costpoint Expense solution.
Learn more about ARCH in our Solution Overview