Rights and Responsibilities
Your relocation rights and responsibilities as a government transferee are important to us! We recommend that your well versed on any domestic or international government relocation rights and responsibilities available to you when you are preparing to relocate with the Federal government agency. Below are some helpful relocation rights and responsibilities tools that BMS has compiled to help assist you in your upcoming government relocation:
The Rights and Responsibilities Pamphlet which can be found on the official GSA website by clicking the above link is the source for information regarding a relocating employee’s rights and responsibilities, as well as a mover’s responsibilities when transporting an employee’s household goods. Relocating employees should review this brochure before planning to move.The Employee Guide to Shipping Your House Hold Goods assists employees knowing their rights and responsibilities in making a household move as smooth and worry free as possible. While this guide provides information on your rights and responsibilities to assist in the government relocation process, the employee should be familiar with their own individual agency policies. Some agencies have specific instructions or other rights and responsibilities in addition to the rules and advice found in this guide. We recommend contacting someone directly in your own agency to ensure they follow the same rights and responsibilities that the GSA provides or have one of BMS’s government relocation consultants help assist you in determining correct and accurate information pertaining to your upcoming government relocation.
For more information on your upcoming domestic or international government relocation rights and responsibilities please visit the official GSA website by clicking here or by contacting a professional BMS government relocation consultant directly at (888) 499-0560 .