Frequent Questions & Their Answers
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The Accounting Department can be reached at 1-855-482-6447, Option 3, or reached by email at email@example.com.
Once you have been notified by the Field Supervisor that you have been released, you will receive instructions on how to make arrangements for travel home. Any travel arrangements made without direct confirmation or approval of the Vanguard IS Management team or designated staff are not eligible for reimbursement.
We prefer that you use National Travel for hotels/lodging, but it is not a requirement. You must make your air travel and car reservations through National Travel.
Anything not allowable under the Vanguard IS Travel Policy.
You may request a detailed summary by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will receive payment in the pay period following your 30th day from being released from the disaster assuming all equipment is returned and minus any inspections with missing photos, FEMA Corrections (FCORs), & Contractor Corrections (CCORs).
You must invoice these inspections upon release from the disaster, since they are not guaranteed for payment and have to go through a holding process to allow the applicant to reach FEMA or Vanguard IS.
As an independent contractor, you are responsible for your finances in the field. You should expect to sustain yourself financially for at least two weeks until you are able to receive payment from your first approved expense report following the guidelines in the Inspector Invoicing Guide.
188 Brooke Road Suite 300, Winchester, VA 22603 | 855-482-6447