The Travel Regulation Council

April 2013
Illinois Register;4/05/2013, Vol. 37 Issue 14, p4383
The article discusses a notice of adopted amendments released by the Illinois Travel Regulation Council regarding changes in the federal reimbursement rate in Illinois. It states that the amendment has made effective from March 22, 2013. It informs that the amendments have been implemented to control the travel expense of public officials and employees.


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