2015 GSA Per Diem Rates for District Of Columbia, District Of Columbia
Note: These per diem rates are for a previous year, and are no longer current. Click here to view 2018 per diem rates.
District Of Columbia Per Diems for January 2015:
Meals & Incidentals:/ day
These per diem rates are set by the GSA and are used by Federal and local governments as well as many private-sector companies to reimburse employees for business travel expenses incurred within District Of Columbia, District Of Columbia (county borders are highlighted on the District Of Columbia map).
Generally, you will be entitled to one Lodging per-diem of up to to cover your actual hotel costs and one Meals & Incidentals per-diem payment of to cover food and incidentals like parking costs for each full day of travel within District Of Columbia. 75% of the normal M&IE per diem rates are generally issued for your first and last days of travel.
Cities in the District Of Columbia Per Diem Area
In the Continental United States (CONUS), per diems are assigned on a county-by-county basis. These rates apply to all cities, towns, and other areas that fall within the borders of District Of Columbia.
The District Of Columbia per diem rates listed on this page apply to business travel in the following cities: Anacostia Naval Station (military base), Bolling Air Force Base (military base), Ft. Mcnair (military base), Joint Base Anacostia-bolling (military base), Marine Barracks (military base), Naval Medical Command (military base), Naval Research Laboratory (military base), Naval Security Station (military base), U.s. Naval Observatory (military base), U.s. Soldiers & Airmens Home (military base), Walter Reed Army Medical Ctr (military base), Washington, Washington Naval District (military base), and other unincorporated areas within District Of Columbia boundaries.