FY2023 Civilian Clothing Allowances For Officer And Enlisted
Effective October 1, 2022)
DoD FMR, Vol. 7A, Chapter 29, 30, 58
|CIVILIAN CLOTHING ALLOWANCES FOR OFFICER AND ENLISTED
|When an officer or enlisted member is entitled to a Civilian Clothing Allowance for
||then the amount of payment is (Notes 1 and 2)
|permanent duty initial payment
|permanent duty annual replacement payment
|temporary duty of at least 15 days in a 30-day period (Note 3)
|temporary duty of at least 30 days in a 36-month period
- By law, an officer is authorized a civilian clothing allowance only if the officer’s permanent duty station is outside the United States.
- Unless exception is given, the maximum amount payable, for all temporary duty performed in any 36-month period, will not exceed the maximum prescribed for duty of at least 30 days.
- The 15-day qualification requirement does not apply to Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Explosive Detector Dog personnel on U.S. Secret Service support duty, Defense Courier Service couriers, or Defense Threat Reduction Agency military personnel. These personnel may be authorized up to the maximum temporary duty civilian clothing allowance for 30 days upon their initial temporary duty travel requirement.
- Bolded information reflects changes in current chart.
Page updated October 28, 2022