Mileage. Each employee who is authorized by an appointing authority to use their own vehicle pursuant to LAAC Sections 4.229 through 4.236, inclusive, shall be reimbursed for transportation expenses for all miles traveled for business purposes in any biweekly pay period in addition to any and all salaries and other compensation otherwise provided for by law. During the term of this MOU, the cents per mile reimbursement rate shall be adjusted to an amount equal to the annual standard car mileage allowance as determined by the Internal Revenue Service. The CAO shall certify to the City Controller appropriate changes, if required, to become effective the beginning of the pay period in which January 1 falls.
Mileage. The Parties agree that all full-time and part-time employees who are required to use their private vehicles for State business shall be reimbursed for all miles incurred at the maximum rate then allowable by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service for the first mile of travel. The Parties further agree that changes in the mileage reimbursement rate, as a result of U.S. Internal Revenue Service action, shall be made prospectively. The Parties further agree that an employee shall record mileage incurred on State business from the odometer readings on his/her vehicle and the Employer shall reimburse for all reasonable travel incurred. In no instance, however, shall the Employer reimburse for travel incurred from an employee's home to or through the site of his/her official headquarters, or vice versa, unless such reimbursement is specifically authorized by this Agreement.
Mileage. Agency will reimburse Outside Counsel for reasonable and necessary travel mileage at the per mile rate posted on the Texas Mileage Guide adopted under Section 660.043 of the Texas Government Code. The Texas Mileage Guide is currently available on the Comptroller of Public Accounts’ website, at: xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/fm/travel/ travelrates.php.
Mileage. A unit member required to use his/her vehicle on District business shall be reimbursed at the prevailing IRS rate per mile for all actual miles driven on behalf of the District. The mileage computation shall include mileage necessary to return to the unit member's normal job site after the completion of District business. A second trip between home and work generated by a split-shift assignment shall be considered reimbursable mileage. Unit members required to use some form of public transportation in lieu of a personal vehicle shall be reimbursed for the actual expenses incurred. Mileage expenses shall be payable in a separate warrant drawn against District funds within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the claim by the Accounting Office.
Mileage. An employee who is authorized by the department head to use a private automobile in the performance of the employee’s duties shall be paid for the job-related mileage driven. The County will use the annual IRS mileage-reimbursement rate for mileage reimbursement for employees who use their own automobiles for County business.
Mileage. Any employee in the bargaining unit required to use his/her own vehicle on District business shall be reimbursed at the rate allowed by the Internal Revenue Service. The mileage computation shall include mileage necessary to return to the employee's normal job site after the completion of District business. The amount shall be payable in a separate warrant drawn against District funds.
Mileage. When a nurse covered by this Agreement is required by the Employer to use the nurse’s personal vehicle to perform patient care services or to drive between hospital facilities, the nurse shall be considered in the employ of the Employer, all provisions of this Agreement shall apply, and the nurse shall be reimbursed for mileage at the rate established by the Internal Revenue Service.
Mileage. When an employee is authorized to use his/her own vehicle, pursuant to Division 4, Chapter 5, Article 2 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, in the performance of his/her duties, such employee shall be reimbursed for his/her transportation expenses at the rate of forty-eight and one-half cents (48.5¢) (effective January 1, 2007) for each mile traveled in any biweekly pay period. Effective January 1, 2008, the reimbursement rate shall be fifty and one half cents (50.5¢) for each mile traveled in any biweekly pay period. During the term of this MOU, the cents per mile reimbursement shall be increased or decreased to an amount equal to the annual standard car mileage allowance as determined by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The City Administrative Officer shall certify to the Controller appropriate changes, if required, to become effective the beginning of the pay period in which January 1 falls, or on such other date as the IRS may determine.