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  1. Is signing/accepting on the civil engineering block of AF 3000s an inherently governmental function? Our civil engineering office has contracted employees working as project managers that, in the past, have signed material submittals. We do not use CORs.
  2. Hello, Is there a set guideline for approving business-class air travel for a contractor, due to medical necessity? I realize the FTR provides this info. for federal employees and further directs you to agency policy, but what if you can't find that. I'm being told internally that we can't approve it, but haven't seen anything in writing. Contractor can provide medical justification and note as back-up documentation. Thoughts?
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