When you spend more than $1 billion annually on dining, it's wise to sign up for programs that could kick back millions. It's especially appreciated if the money you're spending is from taxpayers. That's why the U.S. Department of Defense Travel Management Office plans to pilot a dining rewards program.

On DOD's behalf, the Defense Human Resources Activity Contracting Directorate last week announced a request for proposals from vendors for just such a program. They have until July 10 to respond.

The pilot "will enable the DTMO to determine the most effective approach to . . .

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