Administratively Determined (AD) Travel Subsistence Documentation 
The standard remains that AD employees should be self-sufficient for lodging unless extenuating circumstances exist. In such situations where lodging subsistence is justified, the subsistence must be authorized by the hiring official.  This memo provides guidance on such documentation.
Questions?  Please contact:  IBC
Fire engines and vehicles are parked in an open field near small tents. The sun is rising in the distance.
IBC Memo 21-02
Casual Hire Lodging Subsistence Authorization
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