[FAA Employee's Claim for Relocation Services]

B-249726: Sep 7, 1993

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A Federal Aviation Administration employee claimed reimbursement for real estate service expenses pursuant to his transfer to a new duty station, contending that he: (1) did not violate his agreement to remain in government service for 12 months following his transfer; and (2) was not informed that failure to complete his transfer would make him liable for payment of the relocation services. GAO held that the employee was liable for payment of the relocation services, since he failed to complete his transfer to the new duty station. Accordingly, the claim was denied.

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