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This determination amends the Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service to amend the definition of short-term duty overseas, change the name of service police investigator plain clothes allowance to plain clothing allowance, and to make numerous other amendments.
Administered by: Defence
Registered 10 May 2022
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Commonwealth Coat of Arms of Australia

 

Defence Determination, Conditions of service Amendment Determination 2022 (No. 8)

I, MICHAEL IAN McCULLOCH, Acting Assistant Secretary, People Policy and Employment Conditions, make the following Determination under section 58B of the Defence Act 1903.

Dated 10 May 2022

Michael Ian McCulloch

Acting Assistant Secretary
People Policy and Employment Conditions
Defence People Group

 


Contents

1  Name........................................................................................................................................ 1

2  Commencement........................................................................................................................ 1

3  Authority.................................................................................................................................. 1

4  Schedules................................................................................................................................. 1

Schedule 1—Chapter 12 Definitions amendments                                                     2

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                                2

Schedule 2—Dual entitlement amendments                                                               8

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                                8

Schedule 3—Miscellaneous amendments                                                                  11

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                             11

Schedule 4—Commonwealth amendments                                                              12

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                             12

Schedule 5—Clothing allowances amendments                                                       20

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                             20

Schedule 6—Disturbance allowance amendments                                                   22

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                             22

 

 


1  Name

This instrument is the Defence Determination, Conditions of service Amendment Determination 2022 (No. 8).

2  Commencement

1.             Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1. Sections 1 to 4 and anything in this Instrument not elsewhere covered by this table.

The day the instrument is registered

 

2. Schedules 1 to 5

12 May 2022

 

3. Schedule 6

7 July 2022

 

 

          Note: this table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

2.  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument.

3  Authority

This instrument is made under section 58B of the Defence Act 1903.

4  Schedules

Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1—Chapter 12 Definitions amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Section 1.3.21 (see note)

 

Repeal the see note.

2
After subsection 1.3.55.1

 

Insert:

 

Note: Posting location for a member on a long-term posting overseas is defined at section 12.3.1.

3
Section 1.3.56

 

Repeal the section.

4
After subsection 1.3.57.1

 

Insert:

 

Note: Posting period for a member on a long-term posting overseas is defined at section 12.3.16.

5
Section 1.3.58

 

Repeal the section.

6
Section 12.3.1

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

12.3.1    Definitions

 

 In Chapters 12 to 17 the following definitions apply.

 

Accompanied member has the same meaning given by section 12.3.2.

 

Allowable travel cost has the same meaning given by section 12.3.3.

 

COVID-19 control measure means a measure, however described, taken to limit the spread of COVID-19 issued by a government, or government authority.

 

Data service provider means the company contracted by the Department of Defence to provide data about living costs and conditions at overseas posting locations.

 

Dependant has the same meaning given by section 12.3.5.

 

Deployment means warlike or non-warlike service overseas by members assigned for duty with a United Nations mission or a similar force.

 

Hardship location means one of the following.

 

a.

A location listed in Annex 16.B column 1.

 

b.

A provisional hardship location.

 

Long term posting overseas has the same meaning given by section 12.3.9.

 

Most economic means is the most efficient, practical and appropriate means of travel having regard to, but not limited to, the following.

 

a.

The cost of the travel.

 

b.

The availability of the travel.

 

c.

The total travel time.

 

Non-warlike service means any of the following kinds of service under the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986.

 

a.

Service with a Peacekeeping Force for the purposes of Part IV.

 

b.

Hazardous service for the purposes of section 120.

 

Overseas post means an overseas establishment of the Commonwealth where a member is required to serve.

 

Parent, in relation to a child, means a person who is responsible for the day-to-day care of the child.

 

Post index has the same meaning given by section 12.3.14A.

 

Posting location, in relation to a long-term posting overseas, means one of the following.

 

a.

The location to which the member is posted.

 

b.

If the member is posted to a position on Manhattan Island New York State, excluding Manhattan.

 

c.

If the member is posted to a position on Manhattan Island and is directed to live on Manhattan Island Manhattan.

 

Posting period overseas has the same meaning given by section 12.3.16.

 

Serious illness has the same meaning given by item 2 of the table in section 1.3.72, Serious illness.

 

Short-term duty overseas has the same meaning given by section 12.3.18.

 

Specified area means the area where the nature of service applies as declared by the Minister for Defence under section 5C of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986.

 

Time zone hour has the same meaning given by section 12.3.19.

 

Travel time means the period that meets all of the following.

 

a.

It begins on the latest allowed check-in time for the scheduled departure.

 

b.

It ends on the arrival time at the destination airport.

 

c.

It does not include any of the following.

 

 

i.

Rest periods.

 

 

ii.

Leave.

 

 

iii.

A stopover where the member is not on duty.

 

Unaccompanied member means a member who is not an accompanied member.

 

Very serious illness has the same meaning given by section 1.3.78.

7
Paragraph 12.3.2.1.c

 

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

 

c.

They are not away from the member’s posting location for a continuous period of more than 4 weeks, other than to accompany the member on recreation leave that the member accrued at the posting location.

8
Section 12.3.3

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

12.3.3    Allowable travel cost

1.

Subject to subsection 2, allowable travel cost means the following.

 

a.

The minimum cost of air travel between 2 locations.

 

b.

Compulsory insurance costs the member paid to secure a discounted fare.

 

c.

Rebooking or cancellation fees, because travel was not possible on the scheduled date, for Service reasons.

2.

The following limitations apply to travel under paragraph 1.a.

 

a.

The travel must be by an airline with seats available.

 

b.

The airline must offer a standard of safety and security comparable to air travel within Australia.

 

c.

Stopovers are avoided if possible.

 

d.

Concessions and discounts are used if possible, including discounts for advance purchase.

3.

Despite paragraph 1.a, allowable travel costs may exceed the minimum cost if the CDF is satisfied it is reasonable in the circumstances after considering all of the following.

 

a.

The standards of safety, security, amenity and hygiene at both ground facilities and on board the aircraft.

 

b.

The time of year when the travel is undertaken.

 

c.

The duration of the travel.

 

d.

The extent to which the person may, in the course of travel, be subjected to discrimination within the meaning of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986.

 

e.

Any other factor relevant to the person's travel.

9
Section 12.3.4

 

Repeal the section.

10
Section 12.3.6

 

Repeal the section.

11
Section 12.3.7

 

Repeal the section.

12
Section 12.3.8

 

Repeal the section.

13
Subsection 12.3.9.1.a

 

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

 

a.

A continuous period of duty in an overseas country for longer than 6 months other than a period of short-term duty overseas that has been extended under subsection 12.3.18.2.

14
Subsection 12.3.9.1.c

 

After “six months”, insert “, other than a. under subsection 12.3.8.2”

15
Section 12.3.9A

 

Repeal the section.

16
Section 12.3.10

 

Repeal the section.

17
Section 12.3.11

 

Repeal the section.

18
Section 12.3.12

 

Repeal the section.

19
Section 12.3.13

 

Repeal the section.

20
Section 12.3.14

 

Repeal the section.

21
Section 12.3.15

 

Repeal the section.

22
Section 12.3.17

 

Repeal the section.

23
Section 12.3.18

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

12.3.18    Short-term duty overseas

1.

Short-term duty overseas means a period of duty a member undertakes at an overseas location that is away from their normal place of duty for a period of 6 months or less.

2.

The duration of the short-term may be extended if the CDF is satisfied that the extension is necessary.

3.

The CDF must not give an extension under paragraph 2 that will cause the duration of short-term duty overseas to exceed 7 months.

24
Section 12.3.20

 

Repeal the section.

25
Section 13.1.5

 

Repeal the section.

26
Subsection 14.6.14.3

 

Omit “relief centre”, substitute “relief leave centre”.

27
Section 14A.1.2

 

Insert:

 

Senior ADF representative means the most senior Defence Force member at a posting location.

28
Section 15.1.3 (definition of COVID-19 control measure)

 

Repeal the definition.

29
At the end of subsection 15.3.40.1

 

Add:

1A.

Subsection 1 does not apply to a member whose period of short-term duty overseas has been extended under subsection 12.3.18.2.

30
Section 16.1.2 (definition of Hardship location)

 

Repeal the definition.

31
Section 17.1.2

 

Insert:

 

Operational area for an operation in column A of the table in section 17.7.6, means the specified area in column B of the same item.

32
Section 17.1.2 (definition of Specified area)

 

Repeal the definition.

33
Section 17.1.2 (definition of Threat level)

 

Repeal the definition.

34
Section 17.1.2 (definition of Very Serious illness)

 

Repeal the definition.

35
At the end of subsection 17.7.11.2

 

Add:

3.

In the section, threat level means the level of operational threat and environmental hazard.

 

Schedule 2—Dual entitlement amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Subsection 1.6.1.1

 

Omit the subsection, substitute:

1.

This section applies if all the following are met.

 

a.

A member's adult dependant is also a member.

 

b.

Both members are eligible for any of the following benefits at the same time or for the same event.

 

 

i.

Disturbance allowance.

 

 

ii.

Reimbursement for childcare on removal.

 

 

iii.

Assistance or reimbursement for home sale or purchase.

 

 

iv.

Reimbursement for loss on sale of furniture and effects.

 

 

v.

Reimbursement for loss on sale of a vehicle.

 

 

vi.

Reimbursement for cost of insurance on removal of urgently needed household items.

 

 

vii.

Reimbursement for education costs for a child under Chapter 8 Part 4.

 

 

viii.

Reimbursement in place of a child’s scholarship.

2
Paragraph 1.6.1.3

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

3.

If a member is eligible to receive a benefit listed in subsection 1 and the member’s adult dependant is also eligible for a similar benefit not provided in Chapter 1 to 11 of this determination, the benefit payable to the member is reduced by the amount of the similar benefit.

3
Section 6.1.4 (note)

 

Omit the note, substitute:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the payment of the allowance if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for disturbance allowance for the same period.

4
Subsection 6.1.17.3 (note)

 

Omit the note, substitute:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the payment of assistance if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for assistance with childcare costs on removal for the same period.

5
Section 6.2.2

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the reimbursement provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for reimbursement for loss on the sale of the same furniture and effects.

6
Subsection 6.2.4.4

 

Omit the subsection.

7
Section 6.2.4

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the reimbursement provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for reimbursement for loss on the sale of the same vehicle.

8
Section 6.5.12A

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the reimbursement provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for the reimbursement for the cost of insurance on the removal of the same urgently needed household items.

9
Section 7.3.19

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the assistance provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for HPSEA for the same home sale.

10
Section 7.3.20

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the assistance provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for HPAS for the same home purchase.

11
Section 7.3.29

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the assistance provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for HPSEA for the same home sale or purchase.

12
Section 7.3.30

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the assistance or reimbursement provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for HPSEA for the same home sale.

13
Section 8.4.9

 

At the end of the section, add:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the reimbursement provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for education costs for the same child.

14
Section 8.4.17 (note)

 

Repeal the note, substitute:

 

Note: Section 1.6.1 applies to this section and may affect the reimbursement provided if a member and their adult dependant are both eligible for reimbursement for loss of a scholarship for the same child.

 

Schedule 3—Miscellaneous amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Annex 3.5.G

 

Omit “Director Navy People Career Management Agency/Deputy Director Navy People Career Management Agency” wherever occurring, substitute “Director Navy Career Performance and Support/Deputy Director Navy Career Performance and Support”.

2
Subsection 8.6.12.2

 

Omit “any approved forms”, substitute “the approved form”.

Schedule 4—Commonwealth amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Paragraph 6.2.5.1.a

 

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

 

a.

The cost to remove the vehicle if it were removed under Chapter 6 Part 5.

2
Paragraph 6.2.5.2.a

 

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

 

a.

The cost to store the vehicle for the period of the member’s deployment if it were stored under Chapter 6 Part 5.

3
Section 6.5.9

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

6.5.9    Removal of portable household items

 

A member is eligible to have their portable household items removed if they are furniture and effects normally used for domestic purposes.

4
Paragraph 6.5.13.1.a

 

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

 

a.

The item was a removed under this Part.

5
Section 6.5.16

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

6.5.16    Privately arranged removals – assistance

1.

For the purpose of section 6.5.15, assistance is the reimbursement of the lesser of the following.

 

a.

The amount of the assistance the member would have received had they had a removal under this Part.

 

b.

The actual cost of the privately arrange removal.

2.

The member is eligible for storage expenses if all of the following are met.

 

a.

The items are stored with the Commonwealth removalist.

 

b.

The items would have been stored at no cost to the member if they had been removed under this Part.

3.

If the member carries out the removal personally, the member is eligible to be reimbursed the following costs if the CDF is satisfied they are reasonable

 

a.

Costs of hire and fuel for a suitable removal vehicle.

 

b.

Vehicle allowance for use of a private vehicle for the distance from the old to the new residences, up to the amount payable for vehicle allowance under Chapter 9 Part 5 Division 4.

6
Subsection 6.5.19A.4

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

4.

A removal under this section is limited to the amount the member would have been eligible for under this Part to move their household furniture and effects to their new posting location from both of the following locations.

 

a.

The member's residence in the losing location.

 

b.

Any location where the member has goods stored under this Part.

7
Subsection 6.5.26.3

 

Repeal the subsection.

8
Subsection 6.5.30.7

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

7.

The member remains eligible to be reimbursed the costs of removal if the anticipated long-term posting does not happen for Service reasons.

8.

The member must repay any amount received under this section if non-Service reasons prevent the posting from proceeding.

9
Subsection 6.5.31.2

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

2.

A member eligible for a removal is eligible for the lesser of the following.

 

a.

The cost of a removal from the original location to the new location.

 

b.

The cost of a removal from the anticipated location to the new location.

10
Section 6.5.32

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

6.5.32    Removal after posting authority issued, but before posting date

 

A member is eligible for the removal of their furniture and effects before the effective date of posting if all of the following apply.

 

a.

The posting authority has been issued.

 

b.

The CDF is satisfied early removal is necessary in the circumstances.

11
Section 6.5.33

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

6.5.33    Posting changed or cancelled for Service reasons after removal

1.

A member is eligible for removal and storage if all of the following occur.

 

a.

A removal has taken place.

 

b.

The posting is changed or cancelled for Service reasons.

2.

A member posted for 6 months or more is eligible for the cost of removal of all furniture and effects to the posting location or the expenses of storing their furniture and effects.

3.

A member posted for less than 6 months is eligible for all the following.

 

a.

The cost of removing their effects from the cancelled posting location to the posting location.

 

b.

The expenses of storing the furniture until their next posting.

12
Subsection 6.5.34.2

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

2.

Despite table item 2, the member is eligible for a removal if the CDF is satisfied that it is reasonable after considering all of the following.

 

a.

If there are compassionate reasons to approve the removal.

 

b.

Whether there are alternatives available to the member.

13
Subparagraph 6.5.47.4.a.ii

 

Repeal the subparagraph, substitute:

 

 

ii.

Cost limits were not placed on the removal.

14
Subsection 6.5.52.3

 

Omit "at Commonwealth expense for items not already so stored if all these conditions apply ", substitute “for items not already in storage if the following apply”.

15
Section 6.5.55

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

6.5.55    Newly enlisted members

1.

A newly enlisted member who is not eligible for a removal is not eligible for the storage of their furniture and effects unless the CDF is satisfied that they cannot store the items with their family.

2.

The eligibility for storage ends when the member becomes eligible for a removal.

16
Section 6.5.57

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

6.5.57    Members with own home at posting location

 

A member living in a suitable own home in the posting location is not eligible for storage unless the CDF is satisfied the items of furniture to be stored are the same as non-portable items in their own home.

17
Paragraph 6.5.63.4.a (note)

 

Repeal the note.

18
Subsection 6.5.79.3

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

3.

For a recreational or hobby vehicle to be removed, any of the following must apply.

 

a.

It has normal or restricted registration for road use.

 

b.

It is capable of being given normal or restricted registration for road use.

19
Subsection 6.5.80.1

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

1.

A non-Service partner is eligible for the removal of items if any of the following conditions applies.

 

a.

Consent orders have been made and filed with the Family Court of Australia in relation to the items.

 

b.

The Family Court of Australia has issued a property settlement ruling in relation to the items.

 

c.

A property order has been made under relevant State or Territory legislation in relation to the items.

 

d.

The member has given their written consent for the removal of the items.

20
Subsection 6.5.80.3

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

3.

The non-Service partner is eligible for the storage of the items during the removal from the old location to the new location.

21
Subsection 6.5.85.1 (table item 3)

 

Repeal the item, substitute:

 

3.

An overseas country.

a. The reasonable costs of removal and travel to a location in a country that the dependants are to live in, if both the following conditions are met.

i. The member was enlisted or appointed from another country.

ii. The dependants choose to be removed before the end of the period that the member had agreed to serve in Australia.

b. In all other cases, costs up to the amount that would otherwise be payable under items 1 or 2.

 

22
Subsection 6.5.85.1 (table item 7)

 

Repeal the item, substitute:

 

7.

Any other location in Australia

This option is only available if the member was appointed or enlisted from an overseas country.

The cost cannot exceed the relevant benefit in item 1 of this table.

If the CDF is satisfied that the dependants have established or intend to establish a permanent home in the location, it includes the costs of the removal as if it was a normal Service removal. The CDF must consider the following.

a. Whether the dependants have extended family in the location.

b. Whether the dependants have residential property in the location.

c. Employment prospects for the dependants in the location.

d. Whether there is evidence of plans to move to the location made before the member's death.

 

23
Subsection 6.5.85.5

 

Omit “It does not matter whether the items were originally removed and stored at Commonwealth or private expense”.

24
Subsection 6.5.86.2

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

2.

The deceased member is eligible for the following.

 

a.

The removal of their furniture and effects to a place of storage.

 

b.

The storage of their furniture and effects.

3.

Storage under subsection 2 is for the lesser of the following periods.

 

a.

Until the furniture and effects are collected by a person legally entitled to take them.

 

b.

Three months.

 

c.

A longer period if the CDF is satisfied it is reasonable having regard to the following.

 

 

i.

The length of time needed to administer the member’s estate.

 

 

ii.

The arrangements necessary to hand over the member’s furniture and effects.

25
Section 7.3.8

 

Omit “to the Commonwealth”.

26
Subsection 7.3.15.1

 

Omit “to the Commonwealth”.

27
Paragraph 7.3.15.1.b (note)

 

Repeal the note.

28
After subsection 7.3.15.1

 

Insert:

1A.

Despite paragraph 7.3.15.1.b, if Service reasons prevent an eligible person from occupying the home, the member does not have to repay the amount.

29
Paragraph 7.3.15.3.a

 

Omit “to the Commonwealth”.

30
Subsection 7.3.28.1

 

Repeal the subsection.

31
Subsection 7.6.35.1 (note)

 

Repeal the note, substitute:

1A.

A member whose change is approved under subsection 1 is eligible for a removal.

32
Subsection 7.6.36.2

 

Repeal the subsection.

33
Subsection 7.6.40.1

 

Repeal the subsection.

34
Section 7.9.4

 

Omit “at Commonwealth expense””, substitute “at no cost to themselves”.

35
Paragraph 7.9.11.1.a

 

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

 

a.

A day on which the member is provided 3 meals, and any of the following apply to each of those meals.

 

 

i.

The meal is provided by the Commonwealth.

 

 

ii.

An amount, however described, is provided to the member under this Determination for the purchase of a meal, other than food allowance provided under this Division.

36
Subsection 7.9.11.2

 

Repeal the subsection.

37
Subsection 7.10.10.4

 

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

4.

If the member receives a refund for the utility connection deposit under subsection 1, the advance must be repaid at one of the following times.

 

a.

If the member no longer occupies the Service residence — immediately after it is refunded.

 

b.

If the member is still occupying the Service residence —the day their eligibility for the Service residence ends.

38
Section 7.10.13

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

7.10.13    Unused advances to be repaid

1.

A member must immediately repay any part of an advance that meets any of the following.

 

a.

It is not used for its intended purposes.

 

b.

It has not been paid or lodged.

 

Schedule 5—Clothing allowances amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Paragraph 10.3.2.1.c

 

Omit “A member who, substitute “A member posted to a location in Australia who”

2
Subparagraph 10.3.2.1.c.iii

 

Repeal the subparagraph.

3
Section 10.3.3

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

10.3.3    Clothing benefit

1.

A member is eligible to be reimbursed the cost of the purchase or hire of clothes if all the following apply.

 

a.

The clothes are required for representational duties at a formal or business events in connection with, or as a part of, the member’s duties.

 

b.

The clothes are not normally required by the member when performing the duties of their role.

2.

The maximum reimbursement for each posting is one of the following.

 

a.

If the member is an aide-de-camp to any of the following — $3,514.

 

 

i.

The Governor-General.

 

 

ii.

An overseas visiting dignitary.

 

b.

For any other member — $1,757.

4
Part 5 of Chapter 10 (heading)

 

Omit “Service police investigator plain”, substitute “Plain”.

5
Section 10.5.1

 

After “position” insert “or the CDF Signals Detachment”.

6
Section 10.5.2

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

10.5.2    Plain clothes allowance

 

A member is eligible to be reimbursed the cost of purchase or hire of plain clothes necessary for the requirements of their duty if they are in one of the following situations.

 

a.

All the following apply.

 

 

i.

They have been appointed to an investigator position in the Joint Military Police Unit.

 

 

ii.

The Provost Marshal ADF has decided that the position requires the occupant to wear plain clothes as part of an investigation.

 

b.

All the following apply.

 

 

i.

They are posted to the CDF Signals Detachment.

 

 

ii.

The CDF has approved the payment of the allowance.

7
Section 10.5.3

 

Repeal the section, substitute:

10.5.3    Limits on reimbursement

1.

The maximum reimbursement is one of the following.

 

a.

If subsection 10.5.2.a applies — $1,757 every four years from the date the member is appointed to an investigator position.

 

b.

If subsection 10.5.2.b applies — $1,757 for each posting.

 

Schedule 6—Disturbance allowance amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

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Subsection 6.1.6.2, (table)

 

Repeal the table, substitute:

 

Item

Column A

Circumstances of member

Column B

Number of the current removal

Column C

Amount

$

1.

Member with dependants

Removal to a new location

1st or 2nd removal

1,303

3rd or 4th removal

1,737

5th or 6th removal

2,172

7th or subsequent removal

2,606

Removal within the same location

each time

652

Removal from overseas

1st or 2nd removal

261

3rd or 4th removal

521

5th or subsequent removal

782

2.

Member without dependants or member with dependants (unaccompanied)

Removal to a new location:

 

 

     from living out to living out

1st or 2nd removal

652

3rd or 4th removal

869

5th or 6th removal

1,085

7th or subsequent removal

1,303

     from living out to living in, or from

     living in to living out

1st or 2nd removal

326

3rd or 4th removal

434

5th or 6th removal

543

7th or subsequent removal

652

     from living in to living in

1st or 2nd removal

163

3rd or 4th removal

218

5th or 6th removal

271

7th or subsequent removal

326

Removal within the same location and any of the following apply:

a.  from living in to living in, between      different establishments, units or      bases

b.  from living out to living in, or from

     living in to living out

each time

163

 

Removal within the same location from living out to living out

each time

326

Removal from overseas

1st or 2nd removal

130

3rd or 4th removal

261

5th or subsequent removal

391

Removal from storage to living-in accommodation, after deployment of more than 6 months.

each time

163

Removal from storage to living-out accommodation, after deployment of more than 6 months.

each time

326

 

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Subsection 6.1.12.1

 

Omit "$239", substitute "$248".