TITLE 80: PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
SUBTITLE I: GENERAL TRAVEL CONTROL
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES/ GOVERNOR'S TRAVEL CONTROL BOARD
PART 2800 TRAVEL
SECTION 2800.235 EXPENSES AT HEADQUARTERS OR RESIDENCE


 

Section 2800.235 Expenses at Headquarters or Residence

 

a) As a condition of employment, employees expect to incur commuting expenses between their residence and headquarters. These expenses are not reimbursable. Expenses associated with State business in excess of commuting expenses are reimbursable at headquarters and/or residence. An employee whose travel during a given day does not include travel through headquarters shall be reimbursed for all mileage traveled that day in excess of the employee's ordinary commuting mileage. An employee whose travel does include travel through headquarters shall be reimbursed for all mileage in excess of commuting mileage. All travel must be by the most direct route.

 

b) Examples of reimbursable mileage expenses include:

 

1) Residence/Lincoln Headquarters/Springfield. Employee drives from residence in Lincoln to Chicago and returns to residence. Reimbursement is for all mileage in excess of commuting mileage.

 

2) Residence/Lincoln Headquarters/Springfield. Employee drives from residence in Lincoln to Collinsville and back to residence. Reimbursement is for all mileage in excess of commuting mileage.

 

3) Residence/Carbondale Headquarters/Marion. Employee drives from residence to headquarters. Later, employee drives from headquarters to Anna and back to residence. Reimbursement is for all mileage in excess of commuting mileage.

 

4) Residence/Evanston Headquarters/JRTC, Chicago. Employee drives from residence to McCormick Place for an event. After the event, the employee drives to headquarters, then to residence. Reimbursement is for all mileage in excess of commuting mileage.

 

5) Residence/Chicago Headquarters/JRTC, Chicago. Employee normally commutes to work by train. However, in order to attend a meeting at another location, the employee drives from residence to headquarters, then to the meeting location, then returns to headquarters and back to residence. Reimbursement is for all mileage in excess of commuting mileage. The fact that the employee normally rides the train to work has no effect on determining reimbursement.

 

(Source: Amended at 38 Ill. Reg. 11767, effective May 23, 2014)