FEMA IS 107.22 FEMA Travel Rules and Regulations 2022 Answer Key


Answer key to IS 107.22 FEMA Travel Rules and Regulations 2022. FEMA’s travel rules are governed by the Federal Travel Regulation, FEMA Travel Toolbox and Policy, and FEMA directives. Employees traveling on official business for the federal government are expected to be responsible and prudent in incurring expenses, as if on personal business. Correct FEMA IS 107 Answers. You may also be interested in our FEMA IS 101 Answer Key, FEMA IS 102 Answer Key, or FEMA IS  951 Answer Key.

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Course Overview

Fulfilling our mission requires that we are ready to travel at a moment’s notice. Part of being prepared requires that you gain an understanding of Federal travel rules and regulations. This course presents an overview of FEMA rules and regulations on employee travel, including eligible and non-eligible expenses. It is designed to prepare personnel with information on FEMA Travel Rules and Regulations that are required to be followed when working for FEMA. These regulations help facilitate travel, ensure accountability, and meet the unique needs of the disaster workforce while they serve our Nation.

Course Objectives:

Upon completing this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the steps to take before, during and after travelling for FEMA
    Understand terms used to describe Federal Travel, including travel allowance, travel authorization, per diem, and M&IE
    Identify the purpose of the travel allowance
    Describe the types of travel authorizations
    Understand reimbursement procedures for travel vouchers, including eligible expenses and required receipts

Primary Audience

At this time this course is mandatory for all FEMA Reservists every 2 calendar years and strongly suggested for all FEMA employees. (This replaces DF 502 FEMA Travel Rules and Regulations)

From IS-107.22: FEMA Travel Rules and Regulations 2022 Official Page.


YES or NO. Do you need to submit a receipt for a lunch costing $14.50?

Lodging rate increases from 151% to 300% above the approved per diem may be authorized only by the ____________.
A. Chief Financial Officer
B. Direct Supervisor
C. Deputy FEMA Administrator
D. Federal Coordinating Officer

Which of the following types of travel authorizations permits an individual or group to travel for any official purpose without further authorization?
A. Invitation Travel Authorization
B. Blanket Travel Authorization
C. Unlimited Travel Authorization
D. Combined Travel Authorization

Which of the following expenses are eligible for travel reimbursement?
A. Purchase of maps or other travel information
B. Hotel or airport luggage porter tips
C. Medicine purchased for a travel-related illness.
D. Transportation to and from airports

Which of the following expenses is non-reimbursable?
A. Laundry, in foreign locations
B. Official phone calls (with documentation)
C. Laundry, in contiguous USA
D. Baggage fees

Select the FALSE statement about travel allowances:
A. Travel allowances are provided for upgraded accommodations for Federal employees that must travel frequently for the Government.
B. Travel allowances are provided for Federal employees each time that they travel on official business for the Government.
C. Travel allowances ensure that all Federal employees are treated with fairness in lodging, meals, and incidental expenses.
D. Travel allowances ensure that the “essential needs” of Federal employees are met while on official travel for the Government.

When traveling on official business, the FEMA Travel Management Center:
A. Can act as an alternative to a private travel agency for other travel needs.
B. Makes reservations for lodging, rental car, and common carrier.
C. Issues emergency tickets without an approved travel authorization.
D. Is available for inquiries from 8 am to 8 pm each day.

Select the FALSE statement about local travel:
A. It allows travel to an alternate location to conduct official business.
B. It entitles employees to a per diem allowance.
C. It prohibits overnight lodging.
D. It may be orally authorized.

Select the TRUE statement about use of a privately owned vehicle (POV):
A. The POV reimbursement amount will typically exceed the cost of common carrier travel.
B. A cost comparison is a strictly optional element of determining POV usage.
C. Usage of a POV must be pre-approved.
D. In an emergency, the Federal Government can mandate POV usage.

You should file a travel voucher within __________.
A. 7 days of the end of the trip
B. 14 days of the end of the trip
C. 5 days of the end of the trip
D. 2 days of the end of the trip