19 CRR-NY 437.7NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 19. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
CHAPTER XII. OFFICE OF FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL
PART 437. TRAINING OF FIRST-LINE SUPERVISORS AT THE NEW YORK CITY FIRE ACADEMY
19 CRR-NY 437.7
19 CRR-NY 437.7
437.7 Cost reimbursement by the State.
(a) General.
The State, by and through the Department of State, will reimburse the City of New York for its actual expenses in providing and administering the training required in this Part, up to an amount not to exceed the amount appropriated by the Legislature for such purposes in the current fiscal year. Such reimbursement shall be administered by a cost-reimbursement contract between the department and the City of New York. Notwithstanding the amount appropriated as the maximum for any year, but excepting amounts reimbursed for accommodations and travel expenses as set forth in subdivision (b) of this section, no reimbursement will be made by the State to the city in an amount which exceeds the amount actually documented by voucher for any particular item of expenditure.
(b) Accommodations and travel expenses.
The State will reimburse the City of New York in the following amounts for the accommodations and travel expenses of trainees documented as enrolled in the training course:
(1) $60 per diem for each trainee for meals and lodging while in residence at the New York City Fire Academy, not to exceed 28 days per trainee;
(2) for each trainee, other than any trainee who is an employee of the City of New York, mileage expenses for two round trips between the trainee's normal work station and the New York City Fire Academy consistent with the prevailing rates for personal vehicle use for State travel purposes approved by the State Comptroller; and
(3) $50 additional per diem for each trainee whose normal work station is located more than 200 miles from the New York City Fire Academy, not to exceed two days per trainee.
19 CRR-NY 437.7
Current through February 28, 2019
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