<p>The General Services Administration per diem for fiscal year 2017 will increase to $142 from $140 last year.</p><p>The new rate will go into affect on Oct
CWTSatoTravel launched a mobile app "exclusively for military and government travelers that meets General Services Administration security standards” this week. CWTSato To Go offers itinerary management, flight check-in, alerts
The General Services Administration released fiscal year 2016 per-diem rates today that will go into effect Oct. 1, 2015. Total per diem will increase to $140, which includes $89 for hotel and $51 for meals and incidentals. The rates are based on local market costs of midprice hotels and provide ...
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p>During the [White House] Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection, Apple, [the U.S. General Services Administration ], U.S. Bank and other players agreed to work together to bring Apple Pay to that space. We envision
that automatically calculates the complex U.S. General Services Administration 's per-diem rates. Those rates represent the maximum allowances for federal employees and contractors and are based on dates
What do we need to do and how do we apply ourselves to this opportunity?' "</p><p>The U.S. General Services Administration in December 2014 issued a request for information for "new and innovative payment solutions," including mobile payments
Organizations with managed travel programs also are hurrying to issue cards to their travelers. The U.S. General Services Administration announced that it would begin rolling out more than one million chip-and-PIN charge cards this month
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The U.S. General Services Administration selected Enterprise CarShare, ZipCar, Hertz and New York-based Carpingo for a new car-sharing program. In a statement, GSA indicated it is "following the lead of popular low-cost commercial car-sharing ventures" as a means to realize new efficiencies and ...