Travel

The Federal Government May Need to Play a Role in Vaccine Credentials, Despite Reluctance

The Biden administration has repeatedly said there will be no federal mandate, but it may be difficult to sit on the sidelines as states and businesses develop their own policies, some experts say.

White House Asks Agencies to Stop All Travel That Is Not Mission Critical 

Work trips to areas with community spread of the virus should only be undertaken if they are critical to protecting life and property, OMB says. 

House Is Investigating Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s Possible Conflicts of Interest

The Oversight and Reform Committee is requesting documents related to her family’s company, financial investments and travel.

Federal Travelers Will Get a Small Per Diem Boost in 2020

The General Services Administration has made a number of changes to non-standard area designations, where reimbursement rates are higher.

National Security Agency Travelers Misspent $285,000, Watchdog Finds

Audit of secret trips calls for discipline, modernization and better training.

Senator Questions Executive Travel During Shutdown

Democrat wants documents from multiple agencies, citing "culture of wasteful spending."

White House Widens Its Clampdown on Congressional Travel

After cancellation of Pelosi trip, OMB instructs agency security teams to get permission.