The Office of Financial Management defines moving expenses under Chapter 60. Under 60.10.30.a, it states that "Any agency may pay the moving expenses of a qualified new employee hired in a permanent position who must move to accept state employment, pursuant to mutual agreement with the employee in advance of such employment. The payment of moving expenses for a new employee is normally limited to executive, professional, administrative personnel in supervisory positions, or other personnel having both executive and professional status."
Before you start making arrangements for a new employee's relocation, please contact Stuart Thompson, Purchasing Manager, at 963-1004 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When you notify the Purchasing Office that a new employee will receive a moving allowance, they will mail a letter to the new employee detailing the moving process. The letter will include a copy of the Department of General Administrations' "Employee Moving Guide & A33 Relocation Authorization Form" and the required paperwork.
For additional information:
Chapter 60 - Moving Expenses - Office of Financial Management (OFM site)
Relocation Procedures (Purchasing Office)
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