Archived Data from prior periods is available in the FYI Archive.

The per diem rates have been revised effective 10/1/2005. A traveler in the continental U.S. who is entitled to less than the full per diem rate should claim reimbursement for meals and incidental expense according to the following schedule:

M & IE $39 $44 $49 $54 $59 $64
Breakfast - 20% $8 $9 $10 $11 $12 $13
Lunch - 25% 10 11 12 13 15 16
Dinner - 55% 21 24 27 30 32 35

In those instances where the sum of the individual meals are more than the full per diem rate, the traveler's reinvestment is limited to the full per diem rate.

For more information regarding per diem rates, see 

Procedure 7-008

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For all business miles driven between September 1 and December 31, 2005, the USNH standard mileage reimbursement rate has increased to 48 1/2 cents a mile. The previous rate was 40 1/2 cents a mile. USNH will reimburse business mileage through August 31 at 40 1/2 cents/mile and mileage from September 1 through December 31 at 48 1/2 cents/miles. Mileage for travel using both rates may be claimed on the same travel expense reimbursement.

The standard mileage rate for use in computing deductible moving expenses for the same period is 22 cents a mile. The previous rate was 15 cents a mile.

The USNH Travel Reimbursement Form at Procedure 7-121 has been updated to reflect the increase in the mileage rate for employee business use of their autos.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Carol Sendak

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