01/25/2016 at 12:06 PM #805Michael MazzulliModerator
Good afternoon Michael,
Can you send out an email regarding officials fees such as how much a referee, judge, time keeper and a deputy inspector makes per event. I would also like to know how other states pay the officials per diem. Do they pay by the mile or a flat fee for gas? Hotel? Meals? I appreciate it Michael.
Richard C. Espinoza
New Mexico Athletic Commission
P.O. Box 25101
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 795-4863 (phone)
(505) 476-4546 (fax)01/25/2016 at 1:02 PM #806Trisha BlackstockParticipant
In Arkansas the only fees we have for officials are licensing fees, the promoter of the event pays the officials. All of our inspectors are paid $100 per event, reimbursement for mileage(.42 per mile) and meals, and a hotel room if the event is 70 miles from their home.01/25/2016 at 4:27 PM #810Adam L. BurkhalterParticipant
Check with Andy Foster in Cali. He did a study on this years ago if I remember correctly and created a spreadsheet of the different states and fees.01/26/2016 at 7:52 AM #811Matt WoodruffParticipant
Chief Official: $300
Chief Official: $300
Referees: $300 for head, $150 for secondary
Gas rate is $0.575. Officials get travel is over 50 miles and a hotel if travel is over 100 miles.01/26/2016 at 3:37 PM #813Brian DunnParticipant
In Nebraska, I just charge $150 for referees, $100 for judges and timekeepers for boxing and MMA. I generally figure a reasonable travel/hotel reimbursement if neccessary. Our inspectors are state employees and are paid a per diem rate of $90.01/31/2016 at 9:45 AM #822Jeremy ArnesonParticipant
25-50 miles $50
50-150 miles $100
150+ miles $150
We are a large State, so we put a cap on travel to reduce the burden on the Promoter.02/01/2016 at 3:04 PM #826Katie CrosswayParticipant
Oneida Indian Nation Athletic Commission’s official payments are as follows:
Chief Inspector: $1,000
Officials traveling over 50 miles get the federal mileage reimbursement rate, currently .54 per mile, and hotel room. All officials receive meal for both days.02/03/2016 at 11:29 AM #829Matt SchowalterParticipant
In Minnesota we don’t have a fee scale for officials. However, the typical payments are:
Referee – $175-$200
Judge – $75-$100
Timekeeper – $75
There’s no set travel amount. We usually determine travel or lodging on a case by case basis.
Our inspectors are state employees and are paid around $16 an hour. They do receive travel and meal reimbursements that change year to year based on union contracts. This year the mileage rates are $0.54 per mile.
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