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Domestic Maximum Per Diem Rates
EFFECTIVE October 1, 2003

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If your city is not listed on the per diem rate listing, have you looked at the county location? The city could be located within one of the counties listed. The following commercial website may help you determine in what county your city is located. National Association of Counties Website

If neither the city nor the county are listed on our per diem listing, it is considered a standard CONUS destination ($55.00 for lodging and $31.00 for M&IE).


It is the policy of the Government, as reflected in the Hotel and Motel Fire Safety Act of 1990 (Pub. L. No. 101-391, September 25, 1990 as amended by Pub. L. No. 105-85, November 18, 1997), referred to as "the Act" in this paragraph, to save lives and protect property by promoting fire safety in hotels, motels, and all places of public accommodation affecting commerce. In furtherance of the Act's goals, employees are encouraged to stay in a facility which is fire-safe, i.e., an approved accommodation, when commercial lodging is required. Lodgings that meet the Government requirements are listed on the U.S. Fire Administration's Internet site at

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