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Chapter 303—Payment of Expenses Connected With the Death of Certain Employees

Subpart A—General Policies

§303-70.1—When must we authorize payment of expenses related to an employee's death?
§303-70.2—Must we pay death-related expenses when the employee's death is not work-related?
§303-70.3—Must we pay death-related expenses for an employee who dies when on leave, or who dies on a non-workday, while on temporary duty (TDY) or stationed OCONUS?
§303-70.4—Must we pay death-related expenses under this Chapter if the same expenses are payable under other laws of the United States?
§303-70.5—Must we pay death-related expenses under this Chapter to relocate the immediate family to another location for an employee who dies while at the permanent official station?

Subpart B—Allowances for Preparation and Transportation of Employee Remains

§303-70.100—Must we provide assistance for preparation and transportation of employee remains?
§303-70.101—What costs must we pay for preparation and transportation of employee remains?
§303-70.102—Are there any limitations on the place of interment?

Subpart C—Escort of Employee Remains

§303-70.200—Under what circumstances may we authorize an escort for the remains of a deceased employee?
§303-70.201—How many persons may be authorized travel expenses to escort the remains of a deceased employee?
§303-70.202—What travel expenses may we authorize for the escort of a deceased employee's remains?

Subpart D—Allowances for Preparation and Transportation of the Remains of Immediate Family Members

§303-70.300—When an immediate family member, residing with the employee, dies while the employee is stationed OCONUS, must we furnish mortuary services?
§303-70.301—When an immediate family member, residing with the employee, dies while the employee is stationed OCONUS, must we pay expenses to transport the remains?
§303-70.302—When an immediate family member, residing with the employee, dies while the employee is stationed OCONUS, may we pay interment expenses?
§303-70.303—When a immediate family member, residing with the employee, dies while in transit to or from the employee's duty station OCONUS, must we furnish mortuary services and/or transportation of the remains?

Subpart E—Transportation of Employee's Baggage and Privately Owned Vehicles (POV) from Official Temporary Duty (TDY) Station

§303-70.400—Must we pay transportation costs to return the deceased employee's baggage from an official TDY station?
§303-70.401—Are there any limitations on the baggage we must transport from an official TDY location?
§303-70.402—Must we pay transportation costs to return the deceased employee's POV from the TDY location?

Subpart F—Transportation of Immediate Family Members, Baggage, Household Goods, and Privately Owned Vehicles (POV)

§303-70.500—When the employee, on a service agreement or a mandatory mobility agreement, dies at or while in transit to or from his/her official station OCONUS, must we return the employee's immediate family, baggage, POV, and household goods to the former actual residence, new official station in CONUS, or alternate destination?
§303-70.501—Must we continue payment of relocation expenses for an employee's immediate family if the employee dies while in transit from a OCONUS official station to his/her new official station within CONUS?
§303-70.502—Must we continue payment of relocation expenses for an employee's immediate family if the employee dies after reporting to the new official station within CONUS, but the family was in transit to the new official station or had not begun its en route travel?
§303-70.503—What relocation expenses must we authorize for the immediate family under §§ 303-70.501 and 303-70.502?

Subpart G—Transportation of Immediate Family Members, Baggage, Household Goods, and Privately Owned Vehicles (POV) for Employees Assigned to Contingency Operation or an Operation in Response to an Emergency Declared by the President

§303-70.600—When an employee dies while performing official travel duties directly supporting or directly relating to a contingency operation or an operation in response to an emergency declared by the President, must we provide transportation for the employee's immediate family, baggage, and household goods from the current official station to the former actual residence or an alternate destination?
§303-70.601—What relocation expenses must we authorize for the immediate family under § 303-70.600?
§303-70.602—Must we pay transportation costs to return the deceased employee's POV from the TDY location or from an official station OCONUS under § 303-70.600?

Subpart H—Transportation of Immediate Family Members, Baggage, Household Goods, and Privately Owned Vehicle for Law Enforcement Assignment

§303-70.700—When an employee dies as a result of personal injury sustained while in the performance of the employee's law enforcement duties, either on official travel duties away from the official station, or at the current official station, must we provide transportation for the employee's immediate family, baggage, and household goods to a alternate residential destination?
§303-70.701—What relocation expenses must we authorize for the immediate family under §303-70.700?
§303-70.702—Must we pay transportation costs to return the deceased employee’s privately owned vehicle (POV) from the temporary duty (TDY) location or from an official station OCONUS under §303-70.700?

Subpart I—Policies and Procedures for Payment of Expenses

§303-70.800—Are receipts required for claims for reimbursement under this part?
§303-70.801—To whom should we make payment?
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