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[claimant's name and address]
We received your claim dated August 7, 2000, and your follow-up letter of August 14, 2000.
The General Services Administration settles claims involving expenses incurred by Federal civilian employees for official travel and transportation, and for relocation expenses incident to transfers of official duty station.
We have forwarded your claim to the proper office in the General Services Administration. The voice telephone number for that office is 202-501-0116 and the facsimile machine number is 202-501-0664. The office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Eastern Time. The address is as follows:
General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals Office of the Clerk of the Board 1800 F Street, NW., Room 7022 Washington, DC 20405
We appreciate the opportunity to be of assistance.
Melissa A. Drummond Director Classification Appeals and FLSA Programs