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1 Services Travel and Expense Policy September 13, 13 Services Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 1 of 15

2 Table of Contents 1 Introduction Documentation Customer policies Transportation Car allowance Local Transportation Mileage Reimbursement for Employees with Car Allowance Mileage Reimbursement for Employees without car allowance Airport Parking Taxi and shuttle services Automobile Rental Air Travel Lodging Meals Sundry Laundry Valet/Tipping Expenses Telephone Expenses Mobile phones Business meals and entertainment expenses IRS guidelines (US employees and contractors only) Expense frequency Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 2 of 15

3 8.3 Substantiation Requirements Resubmission Non-reimbursable expenses Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 3 of 15

4 1 Introduction All Services employees and sub-contractors will be reimbursed for those expenses which are "necessary and reasonable" in the performance of Hortonworks-related business activities. It is the intention of this policy to broadly define the types of such expenses, which are to be reported on the Expense Report. In the event an expense category is omitted here, employees should comply with the intent of the policies, using common sense and good business judgment in determining the properness of all expenses. Timely submission of the Expense Report can eliminate carrying costs for employees who incur business-related expenses and help ensure the proper recording of expenses in Hortonwork s financial statements. Expense Reports should be submitted on a weekly basis. Expenses more than 90 days old will not be reimbursed without the approval of VP, Global Services. Expense Reports must have the approval of the Services Director. Initial approval must be obtained by submitting each expense report to either Expensewire (for Training team) or OpenAir (for Consulting team). The original receipts must be scanned and submitted with the Expense Report per the Documentation section below. The VP, Global Services reserves the right to change, clarify or amend this policy at his sole discretion. This policy as well as any changes to it will be ed to all Services personnel prior to its effective date. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 4 of 15

5 2 Documentation Hortonworks requires expenses to be documented by a scan of the original receipt attached to the Expense Report in the expense system. With the exception of the expenses mentioned below, receipts are required for all expenses greater than or equal to $25. In the case that we are required to follow a customer expense policy, you must retain all receipts and submit with expense report See Customer policies section below for additional information. Receipts are required in all cases for the following expenses: Hotel Bill Car Rentals Airline Travel Taxi/Shuttle Service Airport Parking Mobile Phone For restaurant expenses, the cardholder copy of a charge slip is the acceptable receipt. A scan of the original hotel bill, car rental bill, airline passenger receipt, or other receipt must be submitted in order to obtain reimbursement for these expenses. A charge slip alone is not acceptable in these cases. For Airline travel, receipt documentation must include Airline ticket number. When there is no receipt available, a detailed explanation of the expenses and the reason for the absence of an original receipt is required. No reimbursement will be made for expenses supported by estimates or approximations. When more than one employee participate in a reimbursable event, a detailed explanation, including employee names, must be submitted to substantiate the expense. Expenses that are a mix of customer-reimbursable and non customer-reimbursable expenses, must be submitted on separate expenses reports The documentation in the expense report must be sufficient to comply with IRS guidance, which requires the following to be substantiated (US Employees and Consultants only): Expense amount. Time and place the expense was incurred. Business purpose of the expense. For gifts, a description of the item given and the business relationship you maintain with the person receiving the gift. For entertainment expenses, your relationship to the person or persons entertained. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 5 of 15

6 3 Customer policies Many of our customers require consultants to comply with their internal travel expense policy. The employee/contractor is responsible to be aware of, understand and adhere to any negotiated client travel policy. The employee will be informed about the existence of such a policy prior to any engagements and will receive an , link or hardcopy of such policy to ensure of the adherence. The employee/contractor is responsible to retain all receipts for all expenses and submit all receipts with expense report upon submission. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 6 of 15

7 4 Transportation 4.1 Car allowance Employees with car allowance are not reimbursed for traveling by personal vehicle from the office they are stationed to, to the client site. If the expected expenses are higher than the existing car allowance, exceptions can be made after approval of the Services Director. 4.2 Local Transportation Mileage Reimbursement for Employees with Car Allowance Company will reimburse for business miles driven > 100 miles in a day.. Miles driven in the typical commute to and from the office do not count Miles and locations must be documented For trips greater than 100 miles, managers will review the number of people attending the meeting, and the cost of flying or car rental versus paying for mileage, then choosing the least costly alternative. It is often more convenient to travel directly from home to an off-site location. If you travel further than your normal commuting distance, then any excess mileage and parking is reimbursable. Example 1: Home to off-site location (round-trip) 140 miles Home to office (round-trip) 40 miles Difference 100 miles Reimbursement allowed 100 * current rate/mile Example 2: Home to off-site location (round-trip) 30 miles Home to office (round-trip) 40 miles Difference -10 miles Reimbursement allowed $0 Example 3: Home to off-site location (round-trip) 80 miles Home to office (round-trip) 40 miles Difference 40 miles Reimbursement allowed $0 (< 100 miles) Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 7 of 15

8 The same applies to public transportation costs as long as the distance is larger than 100 miles Mileage Reimbursement for Employees without car allowance When traveling to and from off-site locations, actual expenditures for local transportation, including bus, train, taxi and subway, will be reimbursed at the current IRS standard mileage rate to the extent such costs exceed the normal daily cost of commuting to the Hortonworks office. See examples above under Example 1: Home to off-site location (round-trip) 140 miles Home to office (round-trip) 40 miles Difference 100 miles Reimbursement allowed 100 * current rate/mile Example 2: Home to off-site location (round-trip) 30 miles Home to office (round-trip) 40 miles Difference -10 miles Reimbursement allowed $0 The same applies to public transportation costs. Mid-day trips are reimbursable without regard to normal commute. A detailed calculation of transportation costs must be documented on the Expense Report Airport Parking When traveling out-of-town, employees are authorized to park in lots within an airport for stays of less than 48 hours. For stays greater than 48 hours, employees must use longterm parking. If you park in a short-term lot for more than 48 hours, you will be reimbursed at the long-term rate. 4.3 Taxi and shuttle services Taxicab fare or shuttle service is reimbursable while traveling out-of-town. 4.4 Automobile Rental Employees should use the most economical car rental vendor. Car rentals must be supported with original rental agreement. Collisions damage insurance offered by the car rental vendor should be declined for domestic (US) rentals, and accepted for foreign (non- Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 8 of 15

9 US) rentals. When traveling alone, a compact or midsize car is appropriate. Full size rentals are only permitted due to special circumstances (i.e. large equipment and/or four or more passengers). 4.5 Air Travel Employees are to fly at coach or discount rates when traveling on business, except when taking transoceanic flights of 8 hours or more total flying time (excluding connections), in which case business class travel is permitted. For the convenience of Hortonworks travelers, booking a more convenient flight is permitted if the actual fare is within $200 of the lowest round trip fare. This applies to the employee s choice of departure/return times and choice of airport, but is not permitted to accommodate frequent flyer miles or upgrade coupons. The lowest fare will be determined using the closest major airport to the employee s home or office and only on major carriers. If applicable, flights with a connection or stopover should be reserved to achieve the lowest fare. If a connection or stopover involves an increase in total travel time of 2 hours or more, a direct flight is permitted. Also, if the actual fare is within $200 of the lowest round trip fare, any flight is permitted. Flights booked with fares exceeding $200 of the lowest fare should be explained clearly on the expense report. An amount paid in excess of $200 over the lowest fare will be reported to Hortonworks and is subject to non-reimbursement. While Hortonwork s policy allows employees to retain frequent flyer miles for their personal use, employees are required to travel via the most economical rate available. Employees traveling by more expensive means in order to gain frequent flyer mileage will be reimbursed at the lowest available fare. Air travel expenses will only be reimbursed after the trip has been taken. However, significant savings can be achieved by purchasing tickets in advance. A non-refundable ticket purchased more than one month in advance may be submitted for reimbursement as soon as the ticket is received. Generally, for destinations within North America, a Saturday night stay-over and an advance ticket purchase of at least seven days will reduce the round-trip airfare. If an employee chooses to incorporate a Saturday night stay-over into their itinerary, the company will reimburse additional weekend expenses to cover meals, lodging, ground transportation expenses, not to exceed 50% of the savings realized. All employee weekend expenses are under the same expense rules covered by this document. Employees taking advantage of this provision must provide third-party (i.e. travel agent) documentation of both airfares (i.e. with and without Saturday night stay-over) and provide receipts for ALL expenses, regardless of amount. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 9 of 15

10 5 Lodging Hortonworks intends that while traveling on business, all employees live and conduct business in a cost-efficient manner, which is both comfortable and safe. Employees are expected to lodge at moderately priced hotels such as the Hilton, Radisson, Sheraton, Embassy Suites, etc. Deluxe accommodations will be reimbursed at the going rate of Sheraton-type hotels unless approved by the Services Vice President. Guidelines for hotel rates, excluding taxes are provided below. Employees should generally seek to be at the lower end of these ranges: Major US and international cities (i.e. New York City, Washington DC, San Francisco, Tokyo, London) $200 - $350 per night Other US cities $100 - $200 per night Report the actual room charges plus the applicable taxes under lodging Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 10 of 15

11 6 Meals Daily meals are reimbursable up to the following limits: Breakfast $20 Lunch $30 Dinner $50 The above daily limits are for all locations, and employees should try and keep his meal expenses below the limits, particularly when in locations that are generally less expensive. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 11 of 15

12 7 Sundry 7.1 Laundry Laundry costs are reimbursed only when travel extends more than 5 consecutive business days and the employee does not return home over the weekend. 7.2 Valet/Tipping Expenses Gratuities in the amount of $1 per bag for bellmen and airport porters are considered reasonable. For restaurant servers, 15-18% of food and beverages is a reasonable gratuity. 7.3 Telephone Expenses Mobile phones If you use your personal phone for company business, you should submit the phone bill (a copy of your personal phone bill is permitted in this case), indicating on the bill the business-related calls. A maximum of $150 per month is allowed for all mobile and Internet costs for employees that travel to deliver services to our customers and $50 per month for the rest of the employees. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 12 of 15

13 8 Business meals and entertainment expenses Business meals and entertainment expenses are not reimbursable by clients and must be submitted on separate expense report. 8.1 IRS guidelines (US employees and contractors only) According to IRS guidelines: The expenditure must constitute an ordinary and necessary business expense. The expenditure cannot be lavish or extravagant. Employee must be present at the business meal or entertainment event. All employees will follow the above IRS guidelines. 8.2 Expense frequency Employees are expected to invite clients for business meals and entertainment on an occasional frequency. Employees are to be expected to use good judgment as to the frequency and accumulated cost of his business meals and entertainment expenses and are limited to one occurrence per calendar week. 8.3 Substantiation Requirements Documentation for all expenses MUST include the business purpose of the expenditure on the Expense Report. In the case of meals and entertainment expenses the following information must also be written on the Expense Report: Date, place, city and purpose, duration and amount spent on meal or entertainment; Name(s), company affiliation(s) and business relationship(s) of persons in attendance. IF ANY OF THIS INFORMATION IS MISSING OR INCOMPLETE ON YOUR EXPENSE REPORT THE EXPENSE WILL BE DISALLOWED. (A scanned copy of the receipt must be attached to the form if the expenditure is over $25). Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 13 of 15

14 9 Resubmission In order for you to receive reimbursement for expenses, which have been rejected, these expenditures must be reported fully and properly documented on a subsequent Expense Report. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 14 of 15

15 10 Non-reimbursable expenses In general, expenditures of a personal nature, unreasonable or excessive expenses, those not specifically related to the conduct of business and those not specifically covered in the preceding section are not reimbursable. The following examples are indicative of the type of expenses that will not be reimbursed: Airline club memberships. First class air travel. Business class air travel (except certain International flights, see Air Travel above). Personal or toiletry items. Expenses that are more than 90 days old. Fines for traffic or parking violations. Replacement costs for lost personal items and other similar charges. Travel insurance. Cost of entertaining guests. Excessive personal telephone calls. Cost of personal cellular telephones and monthly maintenance/access charges associated with cellular telephones. Only the cost of business-related toll and airtime charges are reimbursable. Movies on airplanes or in the hotel room. Rental of equipment unless specifically approved. Theft of personal property. Car rental insurance (except where required by law or for international travel). Health club fees. Pet sitting.. Hortonworks, Inc. Travel and Expense Policy v1.0 Page 15 of 15

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