Acronyms and Definitions

AAA Accommodation Assistance Allowance, repealed in 2000, see PLD Post Living Differential

ACRD Accommodation and Car Rental Directory DEFINITION: The directory of government-negotiated rates of hotels and rental cars to be used when planning relocation travel. 
 
AP (The following link is only accessible to CAF members through the Defence Intranet) Attached Posting DEFINITION: An Attached Posting is a temporary assignment of a member for a period of less than six months where a family move (dependants) or a move of furniture and effects (DF&E) is prohibited unless specifically authorized by NDHQ / appropriate career manager. See

APS Active Posting Season DEFINITION: The period of time during which most posting messages are issued. This typically occurs on an annual cycle, usually from early spring to summer.

ASU Area Support Unit

BAdmO Base Administration Officers

BComd Base Commander

BGRS Brookfield Global Relocation Services DEFINITION: BGRS is a private company contracted to administer the Canadian Forces Integrated Relocation Program (CFIRP). It is the service provider responsible for assisting CAF members and their families by providing: program information in an understandable format; qualified assistance for each step of their move; and the appropriate references regarding payment of relocation expenses. BGRS is the first point of contact for all move questions; however, each Base/Wing/Unit has one or more CAF Relocation coordinators responsible for assisting CAF Members with their questions. A list of CAF Coordinators is available in the orderly room. 
CAF Canadian Armed Forces

CANFORGEN (The following link is only accessible to CAF members through the Defence Intranet) Canadian Forces General Message 

CBI  Compensation and Benefits Instructions DEFINITION: Detailed information on financial compensation and benefits for CAF members and their families. 

CDCB Canadian Defence Community Banking DEFINITION: The Canadian Defence Community Banking Program offers cost-effective banking plans tailored to the military lifestyle and needs. The program is authorized by the Chief of the Defence Staff and, as of 2019, has contracted delivery by BMO Bank of Montreal. It is mandated to provide members of the Defence Community with enhanced banking services. CDCB is delivered in a Non-Public Property framework through Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services.
 
CDLS(W) Canadian Defence Liaison Staff (Washington)

CEM Children’s Education Management DEFINITION: Children’s Education Management is a CFMWS organization that supports the educational needs of Canadian Armed Forces families both inside and outside Canada. Overseen by Military Family Services, its programs and services are designed to lessen the potential impact frequent relocation has on schooling. It strives to ensure children’s education, which is provided without charge in Canada, is compatible and accessible when families are posted outside Canada. Children’s Education Management programs and services ensure families receive educational compensation and benefits entitlements; have access to compatible schools overseas, or to CAF Overseas (AFNORTH and SHAPE International Schools) when posted outside of Canada; and have access to guidance counselling services to facilitate transitions between different schools and school systems.
 
CFAO Canadian Forces Administrative Order (being replaced by DAODs)

CFB Canadian Forces Base

CFHA Canadian Forces Housing Agency DEFINITION: The Canadian Forces Housing Agency (CFHA) provides support to Department of National Defence by offering residential accommodation to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members through the military housing program. CFHA contributes to the quality of life of CAF members and their families through the provision of housing services, and through the responsible and sustainable management of the Department’s housing infrastructure. This consists of almost 11,800 residential housing units across Canada. 
 
CFIRP Canadian Forces Integrated Relocation Program DEFINITION: The Canadian Forces Integrated Relocation Program represents the Treasury Board’s approved policy for CAF members on relocation of their Dependants, Household Goods and Effects ((D) HG&E). It also represents the Governor in Council’s approved policy for some specific, non-CAF members’ relocations. 
 
CFMAP Canadian Forces Member Assistance Program DEFINITION: The Canadian Forces Member Assistance Program is a partnership between the Department of National Defence (DND) and Health Canada Emergency Preparedness and Occupational Health Directorate Employee Assistance Services (EAS). CFMAP offers confidential, voluntary, short term counselling to CAF members and their families to assist with resolving stresses at home and in the work place. CFMAP should not be regarded as treatment for mental illness or addictions.
 
CFMWS Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services DEFINITION: Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS) working on behalf of the Chief of Defence Staff and under the authority of the Minister of National Defence, is a unique part of the Canadian Armed Forces model providing programs and services that support the physical, mental and social wellbeing of CAF members, their families and Veterans and their families. 

CF RELOCATION COORDINATOR DEFINITION: CF Relocation Coordinators are responsible for providing guidance to CAF members regarding any policy clarification; liaising with service providers on relocation issues; and considering requests for reimbursement that fall within the intent of the policy and, when necessary, forwarding requests to the approving authority.

CFSU(E) (O) (C) Canadian Forces Support Unit (Europe) (Ottawa) (Colorado)

CM Career Manager

CMHC Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation DEFINITION: A Canadian government agency providing homebuyer assistance and insurance to lenders in case of defaults.
 
CMPC Commander Military Personnel Command
 
CO Commanding Officer DEFINITION: A Commanding Officer is (a) except when the Chief of the Defence Staff otherwise directs, an officer in command of a base, unit or element, or (b) any other officer designated as a commanding officer by or under the authority of the Chief of the Defence Staff.
 
COL Cost of Living

COS Change of Strength (date)

COMPASSIONATE POSTING DEFINITION: A compassionate posting is a posting approved to alleviate the personal circumstances of a CAF member who is assigned compassionate status. See Defence Administrative Orders and Directives DAOD 5003-6, Contingency Cost Moves for Personal Reasons, Compassionate Status and Compassionate Posting
 
COMPASSIONATE STATUS DEFINITION: Compassionate status is the status assigned to a CAF member whose personal circumstances limit the CAF member's deployability or ability to perform duties. See Defence Administrative Orders and Directives DAOD 5003-6, Contingency Cost Moves for Personal Reasons, Compassionate Status and Compassionate Posting. 
 
CONTINGENCY COST MOVES FOR PERSONAL REASONS DEFINITION: Contingency cost moves for personal reasons are moves set aside from the overall move allocation to respond to personal circumstances which do not limit deployability or the ability to perform duties. See Defence Administrative Orders and Directives DAOD 5003-6, Contingency Cost Moves for Personal Reasons, Compassionate Status and Compassionate Posting. 
 
D/HG AND E or (D)HG&E  Dependants, household goods and effects, see also DF&E, HG&E

DAG Departure Assistance Group

DAOD Defense Administrative Orders and Directives. These have replaced the CFAOs and QR&Os. DEFINITION: Department of National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces corporate administrative direction is set out in the comprehensive collection of Defence Administrative Orders and Directives (DAOD), which are issued by or under the authority of the Deputy Minister and the Chief of the Defence Staff. See
 
DCBA Director of Compensation and Benefits Administration (for Benefit Adjudication) DEFINITION: DCBA is responsible for monitoring the administration of the CFIRP and proposing changes to the policy to Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) as required. If a CAF member has not received a benefit due to changing circumstances, then the appropriate grievance authority for relocation benefits or DCBA may, on the basis that it would be equitable and consistent with the purpose of the CFIRP, approve the payment of all or part of that benefit.
 
DF&E Dependants, Furniture and Effects, see also D/HG&E

DGCB Director General Compensation and Benefits
 
DGMC (The following link is only accessible to CAF members through the Defence Intranet) Director General Military Careers DEFINITION: The Military Careers Division manages the Assignment process, in cooperation with the Environmental Chiefs of Staff (ECSs)/Managing Authorities (MA) and consistent with CAF manning priorities. This includes the selection of military personnel for promotion, posting, new terms of service and assigned professional development and educational programs. DGMC also manages the processes for Release from the CAF and the Administrative Review of Careers. As well, DGMC manages the budget for cost moves as part of the MPC Relocation Program. 
 
DIN Defence Intranet Network, see DWAN DEFINITION: The DND and CAF internal electronic network that uses a common communication protocol to enable DND and CAF computers of all kinds to directly and transparently communicate and share services. (Defence Terminology Bank record number 43036)

DIT Destination Inspection Trip DEFINITION: A trip taken in place of an HHT when a domicile has already been secured at destination. It is a trip to visit the new place of duty and provide the opportunity to: inspect the new residences; inspect purchased property; finalize school arrangements; arrange specific medical requirements / specialized care; or make administrative arrangements related to the pending relocation.
 
D Mil C Director Military Careers           
            
DND Department of National Defence

DO Duty Officer

DRBM Director Relocation Business Management DEFINITION: Director Relocation Business Management (DRBM) has the authority to approve reimbursements or recovery of all or part of the expenses reasonably incurred that are directly related to the CAF Member's relocation that are provided for in the IRP or as authorized by TBS or DCBA. DRBM is responsible for: measuring the effectiveness of the CF Integrated Relocation Program (CF IRP); developing and monitoring the current and future IRP contracts; and ensuring the necessary financial controls are established to verify payments made under CF IRP are compliant with Section 34 of the FAA. 
 
DWAN Defence Wide Area Network DEFINITION: The DND and CAF internal electronic network that uses a common communication protocol to enable DND and CAF computers of all kinds to directly and transparently communicate and share services. (Defence Terminology Bank record number 43036)

EFCP Emergency Family Care Plan, see Family Care Plan

ENG English

F&E Furniture and Effects DEFINITION: the personal belongings, including the furniture, household effects, household equipment and personal effects of CAF members and their dependants.

FCP Family Care Plan DEFINITION: A mandatory Department of National Defence form that prepares families of Canadian Armed Forces members to be taken care of in case of unforeseen events, emergency callouts and planned deployment. The plan identifies primary and secondary caregivers to be contacted in the event of an emergency or military tasking. The Family Care Plan is a regularly updated exchange of information between the family and a Commanding Officer. A completed Family Care Plan is designed to support individual and unit operational readiness. See DAOD 5044-1, Families
 
FIL Family Information Line DEFINITION: The Family Information (FIL) is a confidential, personal, bilingual and free service offering information, support, referrals, reassurance, and crisis management to the military community, including Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans and their respective families - immediate and extended.
 
FOL First Official Language

FR French

FSD Foreign Service Directive, also see Military Foreign Service Instruction DEFINITION: The directive approved by Treasury Board to establish the entitlements of Public Service employees with respect to their service outside Canada.
 
HA Hardship Allowance DEFINITION: The intent of the Hardship Allowance (HA) is to compensate for the living conditions at a specific post. It is based on an assessment of how difficult the living conditions are in-theatre as compared with home base routine in Canada.
 
HEA Home Equity Assistance DEFINITION: Home Equity Assistance is an IRP Benefit that states that CAF members who sell their home at a loss are entitled to reimbursement for up to 100% of the difference between the original purchase price and the sale price from specific funding envelopes. The reimbursable amount is equivalent to the difference between the original purchase price and the sale price minus any reduction in the sale price that is identified in the agreement of purchase of sale and attributable to anything in the principal residence that required repair or replacement, up to a set maximum amount. See IRP 8.2.13 Home Equity Assistance (HEA)
 
HG&E Household Goods and Effects DEFINITION: The personal belongings, including the furniture, household effects, household equipment and personal effects of CAF members and their dependants. They do not include those items specified not eligible to be shipped due to their hazardous nature or where excluded by Departmental relocation policy or otherwise restricted by household goods removal tariffs of the HGRS contract.

HGRS Household Goods Removal Service (contract) DEFINITION: The shipment and storage of HG&E is governed by the Household Goods Removal Service (HGRS) contract.
 
HHT House Hunting Trip DEFINITION: A trip to secure accommodation at the new place of duty on such terms that will facilitate, as much as possible, a door-to-door move in order to minimize the number of days of interim lodgings, meals, miscellaneous expenses (ILM&M), and storage in transit costs. 
 
HQ Headquarters

HRG Hogg Robinson Group DEFINITION: The government contracted service provider that books all commercial travel for relocation.

IAW In Accordance With

ILM&M Interim Lodgings, Meals and Miscellaneous Expenses DEFINITION: Interim Lodgings, Meals and Miscellaneous (ILM&M) is a benefit available when authorized to move Household Goods and Effects (HG&E). The purpose of Interim Lodgings, Meals and Miscellaneous (ILM&M) expenses is to provide reimbursement within prescribed limits during the time when HG&E are being packed and loaded; HG&E are being unpacked and unloaded; and HG&E are necessarily separated from CAF members for reasons beyond their control. See Relocation Directive – Chapter 5 – Interim Lodgings, Meals and Miscellaneous Expenses.
 
IO Internal Order

IPR Intended Place of Residence DEFINITION: the place at which a member or former member intends to reside following termination of service.

IR Imposed Restriction DEFINITION: An approved delay in moving dependants and household goods and effects for one calendar year, with a possibility of extension up to a maximum of five calendar years. Imposed Restriction is a status, not a benefit, and must be approved by the member’s career manager under the Director Military Careers.

IRP Integrated Relocation Program DEFINITION: The IRP, or the Canadian Forces Integrated Relocation Program (CFIRP) represents the Treasury Board’s approved policy for CAF members on relocation of their Dependants, Household Goods and Effects ((D) HG&E). It also represents the Governor in Council’s approved policy for some specific, non-CAF members’ relocations. The CFIRP policy document contains information regarding the benefits and applicable funding available to CAF members on relocation of (D) HG&E. It provides options to CAF members within a policy framework to allow them to choose specific relocation benefits. See IRP 1.1 Policy.
 
LTS Long Term Storage DEFINITION: The storage or long-term storage of Household Good and Effects, not including storage in transit (SIT).
 
LWOP Leave without Pay

MBR Canadian Armed Forces Member

MFRC Military Family Resource Centre DEFINITION: The programs and services of the Military Family Services Program (MFSP) are made available locally through Military Family Resource Centres on bases, wings and units in Canada and abroad. The MFSP is designed to meet the needs of CAF personnel (Regular and Reserve Force) and their parents, spouses, children and relatives, as well as families of the fallen, and medically-releasing members and their families.

MFS Military Family Services DEFINITION: Military Family Services is a division of Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services. MFS works to ensure that the Canadian military family community is well supported so military families can lead positive and nurturing family lives while supporting the operational readiness of the Canadian Armed Forces.  Military Family Services manages two distinct programs - Children's Education Management and the Military Family Services Program - on behalf of the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces to help families mitigate the challenges associated with the military lifestyle. 
 
MFSI Military Foreign Service Instructions (Compensation and Benefits Instructions Chapter 10) DEFINITION: The intent of the allowances and benefits under the Military Foreign Service Instructions is to recognize and to facilitate a member's service outside Canada and to ensure that, as much as possible, members should be neither better nor worse off than their counterparts serving in Canada.
 
MIB Mortgage Interest Buydown DEFINITION: A mortgage interest buydown is a mortgage-financing technique with which the buyer buys a lower interest rate for a period of time through a lump payment to the mortgage-lending institution. Prior to 2017, posting allowances could, in some cases, be used towards mortgage interest buydowns.

MLI Mortgage Loan Insurance DEFINITION: Mortgage Loan Insurance protects the lender in case payments are not made. Those who want to buy a home with a down payment of less than 20% will need mortgage loan insurance. CMHC mortgage loan insurance enables buyers to get a mortgage for up to 95% of the purchase price of a home. It also ensures a reasonable interest rate, even with a smaller down payment. Mortgage loan insurance also helps stabilize the housing market. During economic slumps when down payments may be harder to save, it ensures the availability of mortgage funding. Mortgage loan insurance still requires a minimum down payment, the amount depending on the home’s purchase price.

MP Military Police DEFINITION: Military Police enforce laws and regulations on Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) establishments in Canada and abroad. They serve the entire CAF community, including Regular and Reserve Force members, civilian employees, cadets, and family members.
 
MQ Married Quarters, see PMQ, RHU

NCM Non-Commissioned Member DEFINITION: a non-commissioned member is any person, other than an officer, who is enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces who provides operational and support services to the Canadian Armed Forces.
 
NCO Non-Commissioned Officer DEFINITION: Non-commissioned Officer means a member holding the rank of sergeant or corporal.
 
NCR National Capital Region (Ottawa / Gatineau)

NDHQ National Defence Headquarters

NJC National Joint Council (Travel Directive for meals & accommodation)

NLT No Later Than

NOK Next of Kin DEFINITION: Next of Kin, is the person formally designated by the CAF member, as the point of contact in case of an emergency and as having the authority to make decisions on behalf of the member. All CAF members designate a next of kin on a form that is approved by the Chief of the Defence Staff for that purpose.
 
NORAD North American Aerospace Defence Command

NPF Non-Public Funds DEFINITION: Non-Public Funds is the revenue generated by CFMWS from the sale of goods and services through CANEX, SISIP Financial and other CFMWS programs and services. These funds are reinvested back into CFMWS programs and services as well as in local base funds for the benefit of the CAF community.

NPP Non-Public Property DEFINITION: Non-public property means all money and property contributed to or by officers, non-commissioned members, units or other elements of the CAF for the collective benefit and welfare of those officers, non-commissioned members, units or other elements. 
 
OR Orderly Room

OUTCAN Outside of Canada

P&A Pay and Allowances

PI Post Index. DEFINITION: These indexes are calculated to establish and adjust the Post Living Allowance (PLA) paid to Canadian government employees serving outside of Canada. They are comparative measurements that numerically express the difference between the retail prices of a representative basket of goods and services at a foreign location with prices for a similar basket of goods and services in Ottawa. The Post Index, together with the percentage of an employee's salary which is spent at post for specified expenditures, is used to produce the individual Post Living Allowance. 
 
PLA Post Living Allowance, also see PLD Post Living Differential DEFINITION: The Post Index, together with the percentage of an employee's nominal salary that is spent at post for specified expenditures (disposable income), is used to produce the individual Post Living Allowance to compensate for the higher costs of purchasing goods and services at post.
 
PLCC Personal Liability and Clearance Certificate

PLD Post Living Differential DEFINITION: The purpose of the Post Living Differential is to reduce the adverse financial impact on military members and their families when posted to a Post Living Differential Area (excluding isolated posts) with a Cost of Living above the national average. PLD rates represent the monthly differential between the Cost of Living at the Standard City (NCR) and the established PLDAs, grossed-up by the applicable marginal tax rate. PLD rates are taxable and are set annually based on a Treasury Board-approved methodology. See Compensation and Benefits Instruction Chapter 205.45.
 
PLDA Post Living Differential Area DEFINITION: A location in Canada within the boundaries of a place of duty where the cost of living exceeds that of the Standard City cost of living.

PMQ Permanent Married Quarters or Private Married Quarters, see RHU Residential Housing Unit DEFINITION: A PMQ refers to military housing located near Canadian military stations provided to families of Canadian Armed Forces personnel. It is an abbreviation for Permanent Married Quarters or Private Married Quarters. Married quarters are also called Residential Housing Units (RHUs). Military housing is managed by the Canadian Forces Housing Agency (Wikipedia).  
 
PMV Private Motor Vehicle DEFINITION: According the CFIRP, a PMV is a serviceable motor vehicle whose cubic measurement does not exceed 20.80 cubic meters that is owned and registered by the CAF member or a dependant, and may be of passenger car configuration, or any other type of self-propelled vehicle mounted on a car or truck chassis, but does not include the cars of electric or steam railways or other motor vehicles running only on rails, or a motorized snow vehicle, farm tractor, or similar type of self-propelled vehicle. https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/corporate/policies-standards/relocation-directive/2018.html  According to the Military Foreign Service Instruction, a PMV is a private motor vehicle that is registered for use on a public highway in the name of the member or in the name of the member's dependant, the primary purpose of which is for family conveyance, and which does not exceed 20.80 cubic meters (735 cubic feet) in size. (TB, effective 1 April 2009). 
 
POD Place of Duty DEFINITION: The place at which a member usually performs normal military duties. This includes any place in the surrounding geographical area that is determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) or such other officer as the CDS may designate.

PSHCP Public Service Health Care Plan DEFINITION: The Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP) provides health benefits to the dependents of CAF members. At this time (2019), the PSHCP is one of the largest private health care plans in Canada and is being administered by Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
 
PSP Personnel Support Programs DEFINITION: PSP is a division of CFMWS, delivering programs and services that strive to build a strong and healthy military community. PSP programs include: fitness and sports, recreation, deployment support, health promotion, and leisure.

PWGSC Public Works and Government Services Canada (now called Public Services and Procurement) (accommodation directory)

Q see PMQ, RHU

QOL Quality of Life

Q-patch Neighbourhood of PMQs or RHUs

QR&Os Queen’s Regulations & Orders (for official quarters).
 
RFD Report for Duty (date)

RHU Residential Housing Unit DEFINITION: RHUs are housing owned and managed by the Canadian Forces Housing Agency (CFHA). Formerly known as PMQs or Qs.

ROTP Regular Officer Training Program / Plan

RTDRA Reverse TDRA – DEFINITION: CAF members are responsible for the expenses associated with one residence. Where members take possession of a purchased replacement residence prior to the Change of Strength date (for Regular Force) / commencement date of the period of employment (for Reserve Force) and the Report for Duty or the Change of Strength dates cannot be changed to meet the possession date, RTDRA expenses at destination shall be reimbursed as outlined in IRP 8.3.06 Reverse TDRA (RTDRA).
 
RTU Return to Unit

SCA Special Commuting Assistance DEFINITION: See 209.28 Commuting Assistance.
 
SE Separation Expense (benefit) DEFINITION: Separation Expense is a benefit administered at the Base/Wing/Unit level that reimburses members for some additional living expenses resulting from the short-term separation from their dependants and household goods and effects as a result of relocation within Canada for service reasons. See CBI 208.997 Separation Expense.
  
SISIP Service Income Security Insurance Plan DEFINITION: SISIP Financial, part of the Commercial Services division of CFMWS, provides tailored advice and product solutions that enhance the financial health and security of CAF members and their families. SISIP Financial programs and services include: savings, investments, insurance, and financial counselling.

SIT Storage in Transit DEFINITION: The temporary storage of Household Goods and Effects either immediately prior or subsequent to movement of the Household Goods and Effects at public expense, including a move on release.
 
SLT Second Language Training

SN Service Number

SOE Storage at Own Expense DEFINITION: The temporary or long term storage of Household Goods and Effects at the expense of the CAF member outside the HGRS contract, either immediately prior to or subsequent to the movement of the Household Goods and Effects at public expense, including a move on release.
 
SPR Selected Place of Residence DEFINITION: A place in Canada, Britain or Continental Europe selected by a member for the purpose of moving dependants or DF&E. 
 
TD Temporary Duty

TDRA Temporary Dual Residence Assistance DEFINITION: TDRA is a benefit in the Integrated Relocation Program in which actual and reasonable expenses associated with maintaining two residences are reimbursed provided that the former residence remains unsold, vacant and actively marketed. The sale of a residence is not considered final until the transfer of ownership occurs. See 8.2.07 Temporary Dual Residence Assistance (TDRA).
 
TNL Travel to New Location DEFINITION: TNL is the period of time when the member and their dependents are moving to their new location. The purpose of Travel to New Location (TNL) is to provide reimbursement for meals, miscellaneous expenses, lodging, and transportation while traveling to the new place of duty. The first day of TNL is normally the Change of Strength (COS) date unless there is a change of Report For Duty (RFD) date approved by the former and the new COs. If a change of RFD has been authorized, TNL and ILM&M are to be coordinated to ensure CAF members are reporting on the RFD date. TNL ceases on the date of arrival at destination.

TOR Terms of Reference

TOS Terms of Service

TPLD Transitional Post Living Differential See Compensation and Benefits Instruction Chapter 205.452 - Transitional Post Living Differential.
 
TPSP Third Party Service Providers DEFINITION: A third party service provider is a supplier engaged by the service provider to give specialized services in accordance with the CFIRP program for the relocation of CAF members as part of their entitlement under the CFIRP Policy. TPSPs are real estate appraisers, home inspectors, rental search agents, realtors and lawyers/notaries. BGRS maintains a TPSP directory with suppliers who have agreed to certain service levels as well as maximum ceiling rates. The “Open Broker” policy of the IRP provides the freedom to select any TPSP regardless of whether they are on the directory or not, however, all suppliers must be at “arm’s length.” TPSP fee reimbursement is subject to capped ceiling rates. If you choose to use a supplier that is not in the directory and they charge you above the maximum ceiling rates, you are responsible to personally cover the additional expenses. See BGRS  and Policy and Standards Relocation Directive.   
 
UAB Unaccompanied Baggage DEFINITION: A specified portion of a member's household effects, household equipment and personal effects, constituting only a partial shipment of the total personal belongings, with the remainder of the F&E being stored or moved at public expense.

YOS Years of Service