First, read the Employee Move Guide. It provides all necessary information and the A33 Relocation Authorization form.
You are responsible for the cost of shipping vehicles or renting auto dollies and tow trailers to transport a vehicle. If you choose to drive your vehicle, an agency may pay mileage at rates. Procedures vary; contact your hiring agency for more information.
This is the day the hiring agency has offered and you have accepted employment. It is not the first day of work at your new agency.
A reasonable estimate will be within 15 percent of the cost. The carrier is entitled to payment for actual services rendered based on the actual weight transported. Contested charges can be submitted in writing to the hiring agency or to Master Contracts & Consulting.
Look at the weight, mileage, number of packing containers, access charges and the type of estimate (binding or nonbinding).
You will be asked to select a “state-assigned” move or a “self-move.” If you select a state-assigned move, your hiring agency will assign a mover. If you select a self-move, you submit your receipts and the A33 Form to your hiring agency for reimbursement upon completion of your move.
Yes. The state negotiates moving contracts with licensed carriers under a national account. We get low rates, preferential (Monday through Friday) pack/load/delivery dates, and delivery is guaranteed within nine days from day of load.
Yes. You determine the dates for pack/load/delivery and you negotiate directly with the carrier of your choice. You are reimbursed within set allotments according to your costs or up to the equivalent cost of a state-assigned move.
Costs of travel to an area to search for housing may be provided by an agency, at its discretion. This is reported to the IRS as taxable income. You are responsible for any costs of traveling or moving expenses BEFORE being hired by an agency.