PART VI. GENERAL PROVISIONS
§231. Commissioner to prescribe rules governing travel and traveling expenses; use of state aircraft and other vehicles by statewide elected officials; minimum prices allowed for meals to state employees
A. Except as provided in Subsection B, Subsection C, and Subsection D, the commissioner of administration, with the approval of the governor, shall, by rule or regulation, prescribe the conditions under which each of various forms of transportation may be used by state officers and employees in the discharge of the duties of their respective offices and positions in the state service and the conditions under which allowances will be granted for traveling expenses.
B. Each statewide elected official may use, at public expense, any state aircraft, automobile, or other vehicle which has been assigned to such official by the commissioner of administration for any purpose which such official deems necessary in performing the duties of his office.
C. The commissioner of administration shall not establish meal allowances for state employees at a price below two dollars and seventy-five cents for breakfast, three dollars and twenty-five cents for lunch, and five dollars for dinner.
D. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the policy and management boards of public higher education and all institutions under their jurisdiction shall not be required to report to the Division of Administration, the monthly vehicle rental reimbursements for the campuses and the monthly interviewee travel expense reimbursement. The policy and management boards and institutions under their jurisdiction shall be required to submit an annual report detailing all vehicle rental reimbursements for the campuses and all interviewee travel expense reimbursements for the preceding fiscal year.
Amended by Acts 1974, No. 591, §1; Acts 1975, No. 609, §1; Acts 1986, No. 103, §1.