CHAPTER 5: TRAVEL
1. Policy
2. Travel Authorization
3. Travel Advance
4. Al owable Expenses While In Travel Status
5. Non-Al owable Travel Expenses While in Travel Status
6. Certification and Approval
7. Reimbursement Requirements
8. Payment of Travel Expenses
9. Special Situations
5.1
POLICY
This Policy sets forth allowable travel expenses that Employees and Students may be
reimbursed for while in Travel Status. This Policy shal also be used to reimburse Non-
employees for travel related expenses. This policy applies regardless of the sources of funding
used to pay for the travel. Al Employee travel, including group travel for athletics and group
travel for Student accompanied by an Employee, that are required to use the Travel and
Expense Management System (TEM), shal be processed through the TEM. Al Student travel,
not accompanied by an Employee and all Employee travel that are not required to use TEM
shal be processed using the University’s paper based Travel Authorization/Travel Expense
(TA/TE) Report process.
5.1.1 Reimbursement
A traveler may be reimbursed for travel expenses under this Policy only if the traveler is in
Travel Status or meets the criteria in one of the special situations described in section 5.9 of
this Policy and the travel expenses meet all of the following criteria:
i.
Is for official Mines’ Business - travel shal be for the benefit of Mines regardless of the
funding source;
ii.
Are reasonable under the circumstances;
iii.
Is only for the time period necessary;
iv.
Is completed using the most economical means available;
v.
Is supported by adequate documentation and is approved by the appropriate
Approving Authority as required by section 5.1.3 of this Policy; and
vi.
Cash Advances and Travel Authorization/Expense Reports are settled as required by
Section 5.7 of this Policy.
5.1.2 Traveler’s Responsibilities
A Traveler shal :
i.
Be responsible for control ing expenses at a reasonable level and ensuring that Mines
receives adequate value for the amounts expended;
ii.
Identify expenses incurred for the benefit of Mines while in Travel Status and request
an advance or Reimbursement for only those expenses;
iii.
Submit necessary and adequate documentation of the travel expenses to the
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iv.
Prepare and submit Travel Authorization/Expense Reports in accordance with section
5.7 of this Policy; and
v.
For Employee travel, prior authorization is required by the Approving Authority and the
Employee shal complete a Travel Authorization/Expense Report.
5.1.3 Approving Authority’s Responsibilities
The Approving Authority shal :
i.
Be a responsible administrator assigned responsibility to authorize travel expenditures
for an Organizational Unit;
ii.
Review and approve the expenses claimed by a traveler and authorize a Cash
Advance or Reimbursement for only those expenses incurred for Official University
Business;
iii.
Ensure that all costs claimed for Reimbursement by a traveler comply with Financial
Policy 2-1;
iv.
At their discretion, require documentation, in addition to the documentation prescribed
by this Financial Policy, deemed necessary or advisable by the Approving Authority in
connection with the authorization and approval of expenses; and
v.
Not approve expenses for themselves or for an individual to whom they report to either
directly or indirectly.
5.2
TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
The Employee and Student traveler shal obtain prior authorization for all Official University
Business travel from the appropriate Approving Authority. A Travel Authorization Report shal
be used when the traveler is in Travel Status. If the appropriate prior authorization is not
obtained, the traveler may not be reimbursed for the travel.
5.2.1 Travel Authorization When Charged to Federal Sponsored Research

The Employee and Student traveler shal obtain prior authorization for all Official University
Business travel from the appropriate Approving Authority, including the Office of Research
Administration, for all international travel charged to a federal sponsored research. The
Employee traveler shal complete a Travel Authorization/Expense Report prior to travel. If
the appropriate prior authorization per this section is not obtained, the traveler may not be
reimbursed for the travel.
5.3
TRAVEL ADVANCE
5.3.1 Eligibility

Under certain circumstances, Employee and Student travelers may receive a Cash Advance
to support out of pocket related expenses associated while in Travel Status on Official
University Business. An Employee or Student may receive a Cash Advance for:
 Individual travel; or
 Group travel involving Athletics or Students.




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5.3.2 Amount of Advance
The amount of the Cash Advance for an individual travel shal be computed using the
applicable per diem rates and other allowable estimated out of pocket amounts. A Cash
Advance for individual travel shal not exceed $1,500 without prior approval by the University
Controller.
The amount of a Cash Advance for group travel is limited to $1,500 times the number of
travelers and the Cash Advance for group travel shal only be given to an Employee who is
going on the trip. An Employee receiving a group Cash Advance has the same
responsibilities as if that Cash Advance had been received for individual travel.
5.3.3 Approval
Cash Advances provided to an Employee requires completion of a Travel
Authorization/Expense Report.
5.3.4 Settlement of Advance
Upon completion of travel, a traveler shal settle their Cash Advance by following the
requirements for timing, content, and receipts set forth in section 5.7 of this Policy. The
traveler shal reimburse the University at the time the completed and approved Travel
Authorization/Expense Report is submitted to the Controller’s Office to the extent that the
amount of a Cash Advance received by the traveler pursuant to this section exceeds the
actual expenditures for reimbursable items in section 5.4 of this Policy.
5.4
ALLOWABLE EXPENSES WHILE IN TRAVEL STATUS
A traveler in Travel Status shal be reimbursed for the items set forth in this section, if all other
requirements of section 5.1.1 of this Policy are met.
5.4.1 Lodging
The Approving Authority shal determine reasonable costs of the lodging based on the
business needs of the traveler and the individual Official University Business trip. The
traveler shal be reimbursed for the actual cost of reasonable lodging and shal submit
itemized receipts as documentation of the expense. When a double hotel room is occupied
by the business traveler and others whose attendance does not constitute a business
purpose, the University wil pay the single room rate, if applicable. Single-room occupancy
rate must be indicated on lodging receipt.
5.4.2 Meals and Incidental Expenses

Any meals reimbursed while in Travel Status shal be reimbursed using the University’s
approved per diem amounts. If a meal is included in a conference fee, is provided with the
cost of lodging, or through some other means, a traveler shal not request Reimbursement
for the per diem amount related to the provided meal. The University’s approved per diem
amounts are based on the location of the traveler for each day of the trip.


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5.4.2.1 Meals for Days Traveler Departs and Returns
Except for the first and last day of travel, a traveler may claim up to the applicable daily
per diem for each full day of travel. Expenses on the first day of travel wil be
reimbursed based on 75% of the destination city’s per diem rate and on the last day
based on 75% of the departing city’s per diem rate. Under no circumstance shall a
traveler request Reimbursement for more than the applicable per diem rate.
5.4.2.2 Group Meals for Athletics and Academic Field Sessions
Meals incurred while in Travel Status for athletic teams or academic field sessions where
a group meal is provided to the Student/athletes may include both the Employee and the
Student/athletes. Such meals shal be based on actual costs incurred for the meal.
Employees’ whose meals are provided as part of the group meal are not eligible for a
per diem Reimbursement for those meals.
5.4.3 Transportation
A traveler shal be reimbursed only for the most cost beneficial method of transportation
available to the traveler that satisfactorily accomplishes Official University Business as
determined by the Approving Authority. Reimbursement shal be limited to the actual cost of
commercial transportation. A traveler requesting Reimbursement shal submit receipts In
accordance with section 5.7.4 of this Policy.
5.4.3.1 Rental Vehicles - Employees
The Employee shal be reimbursed for the most cost beneficial rental car needed to
accomplish Official University Business as determined by the Approving Authority. To
mitigate risk, travelers shall only rent vehicles with the OneCard or the University issued
travel individual liability card and shal use the approved car rental companies and
appropriate contract code found on the Controller’s Office web site, when available.
Itemized receipts from the rental car agency shal be required for Reimbursement in
accordance with section 5.7.3 of this Policy. For al domestic rentals of vehicles, the
traveler shal decline all insurance. CDW (Collision Damage Waiver)/LDW (Loss
Damage Waiver)/theft insurance is always provided at no cost to traveler by the rental
agency when renting with the University’s OneCard or University issued travel individual
liability card from contract rental agencies using the appropriate contract code in the
U.S. Therefore, this insurance should always be declined. If an approved car rental
company is not available, the traveler may rent a vehicle from any available car rental
agency and may purchase and be reimbursed for the additional insurance. The traveler
is required to certify that an approved car rental agency is not available. For
International rental of vehicles, the traveler should purchase additional rental vehicle
insurance.
5.4.3.2 Rental Vehicles – Non-employees
The Non-Employee shal be reimbursed for the most cost beneficial rental car needed to
accomplish Official University Business as determined by the Approving Authority. The
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rental company in order to receive reduced rates. As the Non-Employee is not covered
by the additional insurance coverage, the additional insurance can be purchased and wil
be reimbursed.
5.4.3.3 Mileage for Personal Vehicles
A traveler shal be allowed mileage Reimbursement for each mile actual y and
necessarily traveled on Official University Business using the traveler’s personal vehicle
at the statutory rate provided in TEM or on the Controller’s Office web site at the time of
travel. Al requests for mileage Reimbursement shal be submitted on a Travel
Authorization/Expense Report when in travel status or on a Voucher Request for same
day travel. A traveler normally shal be reimbursed at the mileage rate designated for
two-wheel drive vehicles. A traveler shal be reimbursed at the mileage rate designated
for four-wheel drive vehicles only when the use of four-wheel drive is necessary because
of road, terrain, or adverse weather conditions and requires prior approval by the
Approving Authority. Prior approval obtained for four-wheel drive shall be submitted with
the Travel Authorization/Expense Report. Al owable miles are those driven in excess of
the normal round-trip commute to primary work location–regardless of type of
transportation used for normal commute. Mileage to/from the traveler’s destination(s)
that are 100 or more miles shall be documented using an Internet mapping tool (e.g.
MapQuest) and included with the Travel Authorization/Expense Report.
5.4.3.4 Travel to and from Denver International Airport (DIA)
For travel to and from DIA, the traveler shal be reimbursed a maximum of 40 miles one
way/80 miles round trip. The traveler does not need to provide documentation of the
actual miles driven. For travel to and from DIA on the weekends, the traveler shal be
reimbursed for the actual miles traveled between the traveler’s residence and the airport
without the requirement to deduct the traveler’s base commuting miles. The traveler
shal provide documentation of the actual miles driven if the total miles per round trip are
100 or more.
5.4.3.5 Airfare
Al travel shal be completed using the most economical means available that wil
satisfactorily accomplish Official University Business using any appropriate source of
funds. The traveler may request Reimbursement for business class travel for
international flights when the travel is more than 9 hours of non-stop air travel and
requires prior approval from the Approving Authority. The traveler may request
Reimbursement for economy plus travel when the travel is more than 3 hours non-stop
air travel and required prior approval from the Approving Authority. Seat charges or early
boarding charges less than or equal to amounts established in the travel FAQ located on
the Controller’s Office website are allowable.
Travelers are not required to use a travel agency to book airline tickets if the total airfare
is less than $1,000. A University approved travel agency is required to be used if the
total airfare is $1,000 or greater unless the traveler can obtain a lower airfare by booking
the travel on their own. The traveler must provide an airfare quote obtained from an
approved travel agency at the same time the airfare is booked to document that a lower
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be reimbursed for the airfare. Travelers who fly internationally on a frequent basis that
are very knowledgeable of the federal airline travel requirements can request an
exemption from the requirement to use an approved travel agency. If a traveler chooses
to book their own airfare, the traveler will not be reimbursed for the cost of the airfare
until the travel is completed. If a traveler chooses to book their own airfare and for
whatever reason, the trip is delayed, postponed, or canceled and airfare credit is
received, the traveler will not be reimbursed for the airfare or any associated change
fees until the airfare credit is used for University Business at a later time. When using a
University approved travel agency, the airfare shall be charged to the University’s
corporate liability card on file with the travel agency. Airline change fees are
reimbursable to the traveler only if travel plans are changed for Official University
Business reasons. The business purpose for the change in travel plans shall be included
on the Travel Authorization/Expense Report. Any cancellation or change fees are the
responsibility of the traveler if the charges are a result of a personal nature.
5.4.3.5.1 Airfare Charged to Federally Sponsored Research Projects


For airfare charged to federally sponsored research projects, the traveler shal
comply with the following restrictions in addition to the restrictions identified
above:
 Compliance with the Fly America Act found at 41 CFR Parts 301-10.131
through 301-10.143 and Open Skies Agreement for all international travel.
 Airfare costs in excess of the basic least expensive unrestricted
accommodations class offered by commercial airlines are unallowable except
when such accommodations would:
(i) Require circuitous routing;
(i ) Require travel during unreasonable hours;
(i i) Excessively prolong travel;
(iv) Result in additional costs that would offset the transportation savings; or
(v) Offer accommodations not reasonably adequate for the traveler's medical
needs. The non-Federal entity must justify and document these conditions on
a case-by-case basis in order for the use of first-class or business-class
airfare to be allowable in such cases.
5.4.3.5.2 Baggage Fees
A traveler may be reimbursed for reasonable baggage fees if not included as part of
the airfare. Charges for excess baggage are reimbursable only when the traveler is
transporting University materials or when the extended period of travel necessitates
excess personal baggage. A traveler requesting reimbursement shal submit
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5.4.4 Gratuities/Tips
A traveler cannot claim Gratuities/Tips as a separate item on a Travel
Authorization/Expense Report. Gratuities/Tips paid to porters, baggage carriers, bel hops,
hotel maids, and skycaps for airport check-in are included as part of the per diem and
incidental expenses rates and are therefore non-reimbursable. Gratuities/Tips paid in
conjunction with meals are included in the per diem rates and are therefore non-
reimbursable. Gratuities/Tips paid in connection with ground transportation expenses should
be included as part of these expenses and shal not exceed 20% of the associated fare.
5.4.5 Other Allowable Expenses While In Travel Status
In addition to lodging, meals, and transportation, the actual expenses identified below,
incurred as a part of approved travel, are allowable if necessary to complete Official
University Business. See Section 5.7 for receipt requirements.
 Camping site fees paid for a commercial camp ground or a state or national park;
 Commercial ground transportation, including Gratuities/Tips;
 Fees to obtain a visa/immunizations if required as part of travel for Official University
Business;
 Fees to purchase traveler's checks or transaction charges for the use of the
University’s OneCard or the University issued travel individual liability card;
 Foreign currency exchange rate fees. Foreign currency transactions shal be
reimbursed at the USD equivalent rate in place as of the first Monday of the travel;
 Laundry/Cleaning services – if the traveler is on Official University Business for six
days or more;
 Parking fees;
 Telephone, fax, internet access, and other similar miscellaneous business expenses
incurred for Official University Business; and
 Toll road charges.
5.4.6 Non-Business Days

Weekends, holidays, and other necessary standby days may be counted as business days
only if they fall between business travel days. If they are at the end of a traveler’s business
activity and the traveler remains at the business destination for non-business reasons,
Reimbursement is not allowed for the additional days.

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5.4.7
Summary of Allowable Expenses While In Travel Status


Rate
Rate
Receipt Required?
Lodging
Actual
Yes
Meals and Incidental Expenses (M&IE)
Per Diem Rate
No
Commercial ground Transportation
Actual
Yes, if $50 or higher
(including Gratuities/Tips)
Rental Vehicle
Actual
Yes
Mileage for Personal Vehicles
See Controller’s
No
Office web site
Airfare
Actual
Yes
Other Al owable Expenses
Actual
Yes, if $50 or higher
Gratuities/Tips Included as part of M&EI
Not Al owed
N/A

5.4.8
Appropriate Source of Funds

Al owable expenses under this section shal be charged to the most appropriate Index in the
finance system. If otherwise allowable expenses are determined to be unallowable using a
particular Index, such as sponsored research projects or gift funds, the Employee and
Approving Official shal identify other appropriate Index(s) to charge the expenses.
5.5
UNALLOWABLE TRAVEL EXPENSES WHILE IN TRAVEL STATUS
A traveler shal not be reimbursed for the following expenses while in Travel Status:
 Alcoholic beverages;
Entertainment expenses;
 Personal expenses incurred during travel that are primarily for the benefit of the traveler
and not directly related to Official University Business;
 Political activities;
 Traffic fines and parking tickets; and
 Certain insurance coverage - The cost of additional or other types of coverage shal not
be reimbursed, including without limitation, expenses paid by a traveler for the following:

o Collision damage waiver or loss damage waiver for rental vehicles, unless it is for
international travel;
o Supplemental liability insurance on rental vehicles;
o Additional liability insurance for rental vehicles;
o Personal accident insurance on rental vehicles;
o Personal travel insurance;
o Trip cancellation insurance; and
o Supplemental life insurance for airline or common carrier travel.





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5.6
CERTIFICATION AND APPROVAL
5.6.1 Approval
For all travel Reimbursements, the Approving Authority shal approve the Travel
Authorization/Expense Report. By submitting the Travel Authorization/Expense Report for
approval, the traveler is certifying the following:
"I certify that the statements in this report are true and correct in all respects; that
payment of the amounts claimed herein has not and will not be reimbursed to me
from any other source; that travel performed for which a Cash Advance or
Reimbursement is claimed was performed by me while on Official University
Business and that no claims are included for expenses of a personal or political
nature or for any other expenses not authorized by these Policies; and that I
actually incurred or paid the operating expenses of the motor vehicle for which
Reimbursement is claimed on a mileage basis. Further, I hereby authorize the
University to deduct from my pay any amount paid to me in excess of my
authorized expenses as provided by this Policy.”
5.7
REIMBURSEMENT REQUIREMENTS
5.7.1 Timing

A completed, approved, and submitted Travel Authorization/Expense Report (TA/TE) form
should be sent to the Controller’s Office within 20 working days of completion of travel to
allow for proper and timely recording of expenses, unless otherwise provided under this
Policy. Any Reimbursement submitted after 60 days of the completion date of the travel will
be treated as taxable income and the total amount of the reported Reimbursement shal be
included in the Employee’s W-2 for that calendar year. A Travel Authorization/Expense
Report, for otherwise allowable reimbursable expenses, not completed, approved, and
submitted to the Controller’s Office within six months of the completion date of the travel wil
not be processed and the traveler wil not be reimbursed.
5.7.2 Unsubstantiated Reimbursements

The University will report as additional W-2 income, to an Employee, the Reimbursement of
any expenses approved by the Approving Authority that is not substantiated by an
appropriate receipt or adequate explanation. If a traveler has inadvertently lost a receipt,
the traveler shal complete and submit a lost receipt form. The Approving Authority shal
determine whether or not the Employee wil be reimbursed for the expenses associated with
the lost receipt.
5.7.3 Receipts
Receipts are required for lodging, rental vehicles, airfare, and any charges on the
University’s OneCard/Procurement Card, regardless of the amount. Such receipts shal be
detailed receipts and shal include the date of service. Receipts for out of pocket costs are
not required for any expenses for which the individual charge is less than $50. Non-specific
charge card transaction slips or credit card statements documenting the vendor and amount
paid may be accepted as proper documentation except for lodging, rental vehicles, group
meals, meals as part of an Official Function, and airfare charges.


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In extenuating circumstances, the Approving Authority may waive the requirement for a
receipt upon receipt of a written certification from the traveler that includes the cost incurred,
and provides the reason why a receipt was not obtained/available. The Approving Authority
may establish alternative documentation requirements for travel to certain locations where
compliance with the receipt requirement is determined to be impractical by the Approving
Authority, and the Control er concurs (e.g., Foreign Travel, group travel, etc.)

5.8
PAYMENT OF TRAVEL EXPENSES
5.8.1 Electronic Reimbursement
At the Controller’s Office discretion, a traveler shal be reimbursed for Cash Advances or
expenses claimed on the Travel Authorization/Expense Report or TA/TE form by direct
deposit using Electronic Funds Transfer or by a University check.
5.8.2 Corporate Liability Cards
The University may utilize any corporate liability card program that meets their business
needs, and create or adopt rules and procedures related to the required campus use of that
card program.
5.9
SPECIAL SITUATIONS
5.9.1 Travel Type Charges When Not in Travel Status
Employees wil not be reimbursed for per diems and/or lodging charges when not in Travel
Status.
5.9.2 Travel to a Temporary Work Location
A traveler may be reimbursed for transportation expenses to a Temporary Work Location,
regardless of distance, only if the temporary work location is in the same trade or business
as the traveler’s regular work location.
5.9.2.1 When a personal vehicle is the usual method of commuting
Traveler shall be reimbursed to the extent the number of miles between the Traveler’s
Residence and the Temporary Work Location exceeds the normal commuting miles from
the Traveler’s Residence to the Traveler’s Regular Work Location.
5.9.2.2 When a personal vehicle is NOT the usual method of commuting
Traveler shall be reimbursed for the number of miles between the Traveler’s Residence
and the Temporary Work Location. The Approving Authority shal obtain sufficient
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5.9.2.3 Travel While on Board Approved Sabbatical
Travel expenses by an Employee while on Board of Trustee’s approved sabbatical
leave that are incurred for Official University Business are eligible for reimbursement if it
is reasonable, funds are available, it is compliant with University finance and travel
policies, and it is approved by their respective Vice President/Provost, Dean, or
Department Head. While the most appropriate sources of funds to cover travel expenses
are research accounts, research development accounts, or foundation accounts, any
restrictions set forth by the funding source must be honored. The General Fund shal
not be used to reimburse sabbatical leave travel expenses. Any reimbursed expenses
deemed personal by the Internal Revenue Service will be included as taxable income
and appropriate taxes withheld.
5.9.3 Non-employee Travel
Non-employees receiving Reimbursement from the University for associated travel costs,
are subject to the Travel Policy, except that the Approving Authority may certify submit/ sign
the Travel Authorization/Expense Report, as required by section 5.6.1 of this Policy, on
behalf of the Non-employee traveler if the Non-employee traveler is not available to sign the
Travel Authorization/Expense Report. Organizational Units are encouraged to pay travel
costs for Non-employees, such as airfares and hotels, directly to minimize the out of pocket
cost to the traveler and ensure that the requirements of section 5.1.1 of this Policy are met.
All Non-employees wil be required to have a completed and signed W-9 in order to be
reimbursed by the University for any travel costs.
5.9.4 Allowances for Travel Not Solely for Official University Business
In some instances, the purpose of travel may be partially for Official University Business and
partially for personal reasons. In these instances, the traveler shal make a reasonable
allocation of the expenses between Official University Business and personal or political
purposes and the Travel Authorization/Expense Report for such expenses shal contain
such allocation and sufficient documentation to explain the basis for the allocation. If an
Employee obtains lower rates for lodging or transportation because travel is extended for
personal reasons, these lower rates shal also apply to the Official University Business
portion of the travel.
5.9.5 Allowances for Travel Paid Directly by a Non-Mines’ Entity
Mines’ officials and Employees may be invited to attend a committee meeting, seminar, or
conference concerning Official University Business where their travel expenses are paid
directly or reimbursed by the sponsor of the meeting, seminar, or conference. In such
instances the University official or Employee may accept the invitation if the travel has been
approved by the appropriate Approving Authority and does not violate other State statutes or
constitutional provisions. Such travel does not need to be reported on a Travel
Authorization/Expense Report.
5.9.6 Allowances for Travel with Spouse, Relatives, or Friends
Reimbursement for Employee’s spouse, domestic partner, or other traveling companion
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Vice President. Reimbursement for travel expenses under this section shal be treated as
taxable income and the total amount of the reported Reimbursement shal be included in the
Employee’s W-2 for that calendar year.
5.9.7 Staying with Friends/Family

When a Traveler arranges private lodging and meals (staying with friends/family) the
Approving Authority may negotiate a special meal only per diem rate for that period of travel.
The rate negotiated shal be on a case-by-case basis and under no circumstance shall the
negotiated rate exceed the established per diem rates for the place of travel. The Traveler
shal not be reimbursed for any private lodging costs paid to friends or family.
5.9.8 Allowances for Travel by the Board of Trustees

Members of the Board of Trustees may be reimbursed for actual and necessary travel
expenses incurred in the performance of their official Trustee duties, to the extent that such
expenses are reasonable under the circumstances. The President’s Office shall be
responsible for such Reimbursements.




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