Acceptance of Travel Expenses (DI-2000)

The DI-2000 form should be used to obtain approval to accept travel expenses for official travel from a non-Federal source.  Whenever an employee is on official travel for the Department of the Interior, the Department (or another Federal agency) generally should pay for the travel expenses. Sometimes, however, a private sector entity may offer to pay for those travel expenses, and DOI may be authorized to accept that payment from an outside source under Federal law (31 U.S.C. § 1353; 41 C.F.R. § 304-1). 

Ethics review of the circumstances of these payments ensures that the payment of official travel expenses by a non-Federal entity satisfies the necessary conditions and procedures required under these laws. To facilitate this review process, the employee must seek prior approval at least five business days before the event.

Before you begin filling out the DI-2000, download the form and save it as a PDF file on your local or network drive. If you begin filling out the PDF on the website, you cannot save the information you enter.

Di 2000 Authorization For Acceptance Of Travel Expenses From Nonfederal Sources

Di 2000 Instructions [pdf]

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