Lodging receipts are required for all commercial lodging. The maximum that can be reimbursed is the per diem rate unless it is a conference hotel. (documentation is required indicating the conference rate)
No overnight lodging if traveler's home base is within 50 miles.
Taxes on lodging may be reimbursed as a miscellaneous expense, when claiming per diem, for the continental US, Hawaii, Alaska, and US Possessions.
When combining personal travel with UO business travel, payment will be based on the least expensive and reasonable means of transportation, and the meal and lodging per diem to which the traveler would have been entitled to while traveling. Travel time is generally limited to one day before and one day after the dates of the conference/meeting. Business purpose should be documented for any additional days.
Must include conference brochure showing dates, agenda and any meals. Also include conference hotel and rate if lodging expense exceeds per diem.
Receipts required for conference meals over per diem, conference hotels, phone calls and other misc. $25.00 and over.
If paid by traveler cannot be reimbursed until travel complete.
Social/recreational activities usually not reimbursable. If the traveler believes they should be reimbursed, they should include a justification with reimbursement documentation.
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