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Servicemembers, DOD civilians set to keep more in pockets for TDY expenses

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Servicemembers and Defense Department employees who travel a lot for work should see more money in their wallets soon thanks to the expected reversal of a policy that cut reimbursement rates for travel expenses on temporary duty assignments, a labor union said Thursday.

In the latest National Defense Authorization Act, Congress overturned a 2014 DOD policy that reduced per diem reimbursements for military and civilian workers who travel longer than 30 days at a time for work. https://www.stripes.com/news/servicemembers-dod-civilians-set-to-keep-more-in-pockets-for-tdy-expenses-1.541946

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