2019 Per Diem Rates

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https://www.gsa.gov/travel/plan-book/per-diem-rates

From WVHTA today - choose 2019 with the above link and see below

In FY 2019, Marietta, GA (Cobb County) will become a Non-Standard Area (NSA) with a per diem rate higher than the standard CONUS rate. There are 21 former NSAs that will move into the standard CONUS rate category:
• Shelby County, AL
• Little Rock, AR
• Kings County, CA
• Bond/Calhoun/Clinton/Jersey/Macoupin/Madison/Monroe Counties, IL
• Plaquemines/St. Bernard Parishes, LA
• Leelanau County, MI
• Crawford/Franklin/Jefferson/Lincoln/Warren/Washington Counties, MO
• Butte, MT
• Glendive/Sidney, MT
• Williston, ND
• Sullivan County, NH
• Las Cruces, NM
• Seneca/Tioga Counties, NY
• Huron/Darke Counties, OH
• Washington County, RI
• Butte/Mead Counties, SD
• Greene County, VA
• Warrenton, VA
• Franklin/Addison Counties, VT
• Wheeling, WV
• Uinta County, WY

Tom
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We only get a few GSA requests.  Room and breakfast allowance is $131, not too far below our rack $150 single and I'll do for 2 or more nights.

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Ah, my county is going from a NSA to standard rate. Must be because they've built two el-cheapo chain hotels in the town on the opposite side of the county.

Enjoy your 27-mile commute each morning government workers! As for me, I'll just keep hosting skiiers and getaway couples and avoid giving my rooms away. 

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