1 TeamWorks Travel and Expense With Concur Technologies TTE System User Reference
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: GETTING STARTED... 6 Log on to TTE Travel & Expense... 6 SECTION 2: MY CONCUR... 6 Explore the available options... 6 SECTION 3: CREATE/UPDATE YOUR PROFILE... 6 Step 1: Change your password... 6 Step 2: Verify your time zone, date format... 6 Step 3: Update your personal information... 6 Step 4: Set up a Travel Arranger or Assistant - Optional... 6 Step 5: Verify Expense Information... 6 Step 6: Add an Expense Delegate - Optional... 7 Step 7: Update Expense Preferences... 7 Step 8: Update Travel Request Preferences... 7 Step 9 Verify Expense Approvers... 7 Step 10: Add Personal Car... 7 Step 11: Add a Favorite Attendee - Optional... 7 SECTION 4: SET UP RECEIPT STORE ACCOUNT... 8 Step 1: Verify your Addresses... 8 Step 2: Enter validation code to activate Receipt Store... 8 SECTION 5: MAKE A TRAVEL RESERVATION... 8 Step 1: Make a flight reservation... 8 Step 2: Select a rental car... 8 Step 3: Select a hotel... 9 Step 4: Preview Itinerary... 9 Step 5: Trip Booking Information... 9 Step 6: Trip Confirmation... 9 Page 2 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
3 SECTION 6: CANCEL OR CHANGE AIRLINE, CAR RENTAL, OR HOTEL RESERVATIONS... 9 SECTION 7: CREATE A NEW EXPENSE REPORT FROM A COMPLETED TRIP ITINERARY... 9 Step 1: Import Completed Trip Information Step 1b: Attach Travel Request (if required by agency) Step 1c: Complete Trip Import Step 2: Enter Travel Allowance (Meals Per Diem) Step 3: Import Smart Expenses Step 4: Enter Out of Pocket Expenses SECTION 8: CREATE A NEW EXPENSE REPORT Step 1: Create the report Step 1b: Attach Approved Travel Request (if required by agency) Step 1c: Complete Report Creation (Required by all agencies) Step 2: Enter Any Travel Allowance (Meals Per Diem) Step 3: Add out-of-pocket expenses to the new expense report; Required fields have red bars SECTION 9: IMPORTING COMPANY CREDIT CARD TRANSACTIONS INTO AN EXISTING EXPENSE REPORT SECTION 10: REVIEW OR EDIT A REPORT SECTION 11: USING EXPENSE SPECIAL FEATURES Convert Foreign Currency Transactions Itemize Nightly Lodging Expenses Allocate Expenses Itemize Expenses Add Attendees to Group Meals Add Personal Car Mileage Copy a Single Expense Copy an Expense Report Attach Travel (Cash) Advances to an Expense Report Page 3 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
4 Detach Travel (Cash) Advance from an Expense Report Attach Travel (Cash) Advance that exceeds actual Expense Report Total SECTION 12: FAX OR ATTACH RECEIPTS Fax your receipts from your Expense Report Attach scanned images of your receipts Attach Line Item Receipts from Receipt Store Delete attached receipt images SECTION 13: PRINT, SUBMIT OR RECALL EXPENSE REPORTS Preview, print, and submit your report Correct and resubmit a report sent back by your approver Recall a Submitted and Unapproved Expense Report SECTION 14: REQUEST TRAVEL (CASH) ADVANCE SECTION 15: CREATE TRAVEL REQUEST Create Travel Request Modify Travel Request Returned by Approver APPROVERS SECTION 16: REVIEW & APPROVE EXPENSE REPORTS Step 1: Review and approve a report Step 2: Send an expense report back to an employee Step 3: Add an additional review step for an expense report SECTION 17: REVIEW AND APPROVE CASH ADVANCE REQUESTS SECTION 18: REVIEW AND APPROVE TRAVEL REQUESTS DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY Date Notes / Comments / Changes 11/14/11 Minor Corrections to Personal Mileage and Travel Request 1/27/12 Section 6: Cancel or Change Airline, Car Rental or Hotel Reservation Corrected final step # Section 7: Create an Expense Report from a Completed Trip-Itinerary in Upcoming Trips Changed title and added clearly identified steps to simplify entry. Entire section renumbered. Section 8: Create a New Expense Report No Travel Itinerary in Upcoming Trips Updated title and added separate step for Travel Request for ease in user entry.. Added New Section Import Company Card Transactions into an Existing Expense Report This is now section 9. Renumbered previous Sections 9-17 to to accommodate the new section. Page 4 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
5 Added Document Revision History to Table of Contents area section. 1/29/12 Corrected reference to reimbursement of checked bag fees to 1 bag. 5/15/12 Section 3, Step 4 and Step 6 made optional Section 5 update policy notes for approved Travel Policy TTE Travel & Expense: System User Reference Update Section 7 - Step 2 to add Selection option which required a renumbering of the section; updated Policy Notes to reflect approved Travel Policy. Update Section 8 - Changed heading description; Step 2 to add Selection option which required a renumbering of the section; updated Policy Notes to reflect approved Travel Policy. Step 3 updated notes. Update Section 9 - for specific colors for Air and Hotel company paid charges Section 10 drop the Travel Allowance Itinerary Error section as the audit rule was disabled; Cash Advance sections updated to Travel (Cash) Advance and Policy notes updated; Attach Scanned Images verbiage on note changed. Section 14 updated Cash Advance to Travel (Cash) Advance 5/29/12 Added Allocation Favorites to Section 11 Added Copy Expense Report to Section 11 9/25/12 Added View Receipts to Section 16 and renumbered section Updated Section 12 Fax or Attach Receipts to include multiple receipts for the same expense item. Updated document for name change from GTE to TTE. Page 5 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
6 Section 1: Getting Started Log on to TTE Travel & Expense 1 In the User Name field, enter your (i.e., Your User Name and initial password will be provided. 2 In the Password field, enter your password. 3 Click Login. If you are not sure how to access TTE Travel & Expense, check with the TTE Travel local administrator for your agency. Attention: Throughout the TTE system, REQUIRED fields are marked with red bars. Section 2: My Concur Explore the available options 1 Explore the My Concur section. 2 Locate the Trip Search and Weather section. 3 Locate the Alerts and Travel Info sections. 4 Locate the Company Info section. 5 Locate the Expense Reports (may be labeled Active Work for your agency) section. Active Work will appear if your agency uses Authorization Requests or Cash Advances. 6 Locate the Trip List section. 7 Locate the Approval Queue section. Note: This section appears only if you are logged on as an approver. GTE Travel & Expense Quick Reference Guide Section 3: Create/Update Your Profile Step 1: Change your password 2 From the Other Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Change Password. 3 In the Old Password field, enter your current password. 4 In the New Password field, enter your new password. 5 In the Re-enter New Password field, enter your new password. 6 In the Password Hint field, enter a hint or reminder for instances when you have forgotten your password. 7 Click Submit. Step 2: Verify your time zone, date format 2 From the Other Settings menu on the left side of the page, click System Settings. 3 On the System Settings page, update the appropriate information, and then click Save. Step 3: Update your personal information 2 Click Personal Information. 3 On the Personal Information update your information. Enter necessary information in Travel Preferences such as air, hotel and car rental preferences, Frequent Traveler Program information and TSA Secure Fight Information. TSA information MUST be updated. 4 Enter your personal Credit Card information. This is a secure site and your information is protected. Select the checkbox next to Use this card as the default for Hotels. 5 Click Save to save all the data. Step 4: Set up a Travel Arranger or Assistant - Optional 2 Select Personal Information. 3 Scroll down to the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section. 4 Click Add an Assistant located to the right of the section. 5 In the Search Criteria field, type the last name of the person you wish to add as an assistant/travel arranger. 6 Click Search. 7 From the Assistant dropdown menu, select the appropriate assistant. 8 Select Can Book Travel for Me. 9 OPTION: Select Is my primary assistant for travel, if necessary. 10 Click Save. Step 5: Verify Expense Information 2 On the Expense Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Expense Page 6 of 19 Revision Date: 05/16/12
7 Information. 3 On the Expense Information page, verify the pre-populated information. Contact GA Travel & Expense local administrator for your agency if any Expense Information is incorrect. Step 6: Add an Expense Delegate - Optional 2 On the Expense Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Expense Delegates. 3 On the Expense Delegate page, click Add Delegate. 4 In the Search by employee name, address or logon id field, type the last name of the delegate you wish to add. 5 From the list of matches, select the appropriate person. Click Add. 6 Select the responsibilities you wish this delegate to perform on your behalf. 7 Click Save. Step 7: Update Expense Preferences 2 On the Expense Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Expense Preferences. 3 In the Send when section, select the appropriate actions. 4 In the Prompt section, check For an approver when an expense report is submitted to have access to the agency authorized approvers list when your TTE Travel & Expense: System User Reference supervisor is not available. 5 In the Display section, select the appropriate options. 6 Click Save. Step 8: Update Travel Request Preferences 2 On the Travel Request Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Travel Request Preferences. 3 In the Prompt section, check For an approver when an expense report is submitted to have access to the agency authorized approvers list when your supervisor is not available. 4 Click Save Step 9 Verify Expense Approvers 2 On the Expense Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Expense Approvers. 3 On the Expense Approvers page, verify that your default expense approver is correct. If the approver name listed for the Expense Approver is incorrect or if the field is blank, contact the GA Travel & Expense local administrator for your agency. Step 10: Add Personal Car 2 On the Expense Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Personal Car. 3 On the Personal Car page, click New. 4 In the Vehicle ID field, enter a name for your vehicle. Include Tier I in the name. 5 Click on the Vehicle Type drop down arrow and choose Car Tier I. 6 Click Save. 7 Click New. 8 In the Vehicle ID field, enter a name for your vehicle. Include Tier I in the name. 9 Click on the Vehicle Type drop down arrow and choose Car Tier II. 10 Click Save. Note: If you report mileage expense for a motorcycle or personal aircraft, add them as well. Step 11: Add a Favorite Attendee - Optional 2 On the Expense Settings menu on the left side of the page, click Favorite Attendee then click New Attendee Note: Attendees are used to identify participants at Group Meal functions. See Policy. 3 From the Type dropdown menu, select the appropriate Attendee Type. 4 In the Last Name field, enter the last name of the new attendee. 5 In the First Name field, enter the first name of the new attendee. 6 In the Attendee Title field, enter the job title of the attendee. 7 In the Company field, enter the company where the attendee is Page 7 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
8 employed. 8 Click Save or Save & Add Another Section 4: Set Up Receipt Store Account Step 1: Verify your Addresses 1 From My Concur select Expense then select View Receipt Store. 2 Enter your address and click Submit. Up to three addresses may be registered. Note: An address can only be registered with Concur ONCE. Before linking an Expense Delegate s address to your image account, be certain they don t need to retain it for their own travel account. Step 2: Enter validation code to activate Receipt Store 1 From My Concur select Expense then select View Receipt Store. Enter the validation code in the Code box and click Verify. You will then be able to receipt images to your Receipt Store at Note: Concur will send an to your linked addresses with the Validation Code referenced above for each linked account. Note: Receipt Store will allow you to receipts and documents to GA Travel & Expense to be used for Expense Reports. These receipts and documents can be retrieved from the Receipt Store tab in Expense Reports. Section 5: Make a Travel Reservation Step 1: Make a flight reservation 1 On the Flight tab, select one of these: Round Trip One Way Multi-Segment 2 In the Departure City and Arrival City Fields, enter the cities for your travel. 3 In the Departure and Return fields, select the preferred travel dates and times. 4 If you need a car, select Pick-up/Dropoff car at airport. 5 If you need a hotel, select Find a Hotel. Select search parameters. 6 Select Non-Refundable. See note. Note: To view refundable and non-refundable options, enter Refundable. Policy Note: Refundable fares must be within $150 of a Non-Refundable fare. To search and compare pricing on Refundable and Non-Refundable fares select Refundable. Policy Note: Choose lower cost flights within +/- 2 hours of preferred flight times when this fare saves $200 or more roundtrip. Policy Note: Should choose connecting flights over non-stop if it adds 2 hours or less to travel time and saves $200 or more. Policy Note: Domestic flights coach class only. Upgrades after booking are at traveler s expense. International flights: Business class is reimbursable when the nonstop portion of the flight exceeds 10 hours. Do not include layover time. 7 In the Search Flights By field, Price is the default view. You will be able to view by schedule on a secondary tab in the results. 8 Click Search. 9 Flight search parameters can be changed in the panel to the right of the flight matrix to refine your search. 10 Select flight from the flight matrix that appears. Click Show Details for more flight data and to preview seat availability 11 Click the View Seat Map icon next to the flight to preview the availability of seats. You cannot book a seat at this point. The reservation will default to the seat preference set in your Travel Note: Reservations within Georgia Travel Policy guidelines will display a green reserve button, those outside policy a gold reserve button. You can book out of policy, but will need to explain why in the reservation process. This is Audited by the State. Note: Air Travel Insurance is automatically included at no cost when you book your company paid reservation through TTE. You do not need to purchase it separately. 12 Click Reserve. Note: Access the airline website directly to process baggage. Usually less expensive if done online. Policy Note: Reimbursement allowed for up to 1 checked bag. Step 2: Select a rental car 1 If you specified that you need a car on the Flight tab, you will see car results for the car search. Policy Note: Enterprise and National rental car contracts are mandatory statewide. Renting outside the Statewide vendor contract requires an approved Statewide Contract Waiver Request (SPD-NI005) which must be attached to your Expense Report. 2 Select the appropriate rental car from the car matrix, and then click Reserve. Note: Book the car rental through the booking tool. For Enterprise car pick-up/return you must call the renting location directly. The number appears on your Travel Itinerary. Page 8 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
9 Note: Reservations within Georgia Travel Policy guidelines will display a green reserve button, those outside policy a /gold reserve button. You can book out of policy, but will need to explain why in the reservation process. This is Audited by the State. Step 3: Select a hotel 1 If you selected the Find a Hotel option on the Flight tab, the hotel results are displayed after you choose your rental car. 2 Use the filter options to narrow your search by Amenity, Neighborhood, or Chain. Policy Note: Travelers are required to submit a copy of the Occupancy Tax Exemption Form to instate lodging vendors at registration. Link to form pops up during registration process. Link to form is also at top of the availability page. 3 Click Show Details for a specific hotel to view more detailed information. 4 Click Choose Room to view rates and details about the rooms. 5 When ready to reserve your room, click the radio button to the left of the rate, and then click Reserve. 6 Review the pop up for rates, dates and cancellation policy. Click the acceptance box to acknowledge acceptance and then click Continue. Step 4: Preview Itinerary 1 Review the reservation components in your Itinerary. Make any necessary changes or corrections. 2 To change your seat assignment on flight segments, click on Change Seat. 3 Your current assignment shows with a person icon. Select a new seat and click Change Seat. 4 Click Next. Step 5: Trip Booking Information 1 Enter a name for your trip in Trip Name (include travel dates in name) and optionally add any additional information in the Description field. 2 You can send a copy of the itinerary to another person from here. 3 Click Next. Step 6: Trip Confirmation 1 Verify information such as travel dates, cars, hotels, cancellation policy. 2 To make any changes, click Previous. 3 To complete the booking, click Purchase Ticket. 4 The booking is complete when you see the Finished message and a Trip Record Locator number. Note: Options to print or a copy of your itinerary are located at the bottom of the page. 5 Click Return to Travel Center. Your trip will appear in Upcoming Trips on the My Concur Page. Section 6: Cancel or Change Airline, Car Rental, or Hotel Reservations Note: Flight changes are available for e-tickets with a single carrier. You can change the time or date of a ticketed flight that has not yet occurred with the same airline and routing. Direct contact with the State TMCTravel Consultant to book reservations may incur additional charges. 1 Select your trip from the Upcoming Trips tab in Travel. 2 Click the name of the trip to display options for this trip. 3 On the drop down menu, click the appropriate link to: View Itinerary Itinerary View Request (see all data pertaining to trip selections) Create Template (make it easier to book the same trip regularly) Clone Trip (make it possible to book the same trip for others you make arrangements for) Share Trip (share trip information with a colleague) Change Trip (make minor modifications to trip) Cancel Trip (completely cancel a trip) 4 Follow prompts depending on action chosen. Policy Note: Air cancellations, Voids and Exchanges see Travel Policy. Note: If you completely cancel a reservation there is still going to be an agency booking fee that needs to be expensed. You can import this paid expense to your next expense report. Section 7: Create a New Expense Report from a Completed Trip Itinerary ONLY create Expense Reports after trip has been COMPLETED. DO NOT combine in-state, out-ofstate and international travel expenses. All required fields have red bars. Use this method if you have travel reservations booked through Travel Inc. Page 9 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
10 Step 1: Import Completed Trip Information 1 Click on My Concur 2 In the Trip List section locate the completed trip to be expensed. Click the icon next to the trip in the Expense Report? column. 3 The Expense Report Header window will open. Fields such as travel dates, purpose will be populated. Make any correction necessary. 4 The current system date defaults in the Report Date field. 5 Update the Report Name field to include the travel dates in the Report Name. (i.e. Banking Conference 0612 to 0618) 6 Click on the arrow in the Trip Type field and select the appropriate trip type: In- State Travel, International Travel or Out Of State travel from the drop down menu. 7 Click on the calendar icon in the Trip State Date field, click on trip start date. 8 Click on the calendar icon in the Trip End Date field, click on trip end date. 9 In the Purpose of Trip field, enter the business purpose for the expense report. 10 Enter any necessary comments in the Comments box. Step 1b: Attach Travel Request (if required by agency) 1 If your agency uses Pre-Trip Travel Requests you must link the Approved Travel Request to the Expense Report. Click Add under the Travel Request Section at the bottom of the Report TTE Travel & Expense: System User Reference Header window. If not, go to 1c. 2 Select the appropriate Travel Request from the list and click Add. Step 1c: Complete Trip Import 1 Click Next Step 2: Enter Travel Allowance (Meals Per Diem) 1 A Travel Allowance window opens: Will this report include Travel Allowance Expense? Select Yes if Meals Per Diem apply to this trip. If no Meals Per Diem are involved, select No and go to Step 3. 2 Verify that the Selection field is correct for the meals type. (Regular In State or GSA Out of State.) 3 Make certain the Standard Itinerary is displayed. You should see a column heading that says New Itinerary Stop. If that does not appear, click the Go To Standard Itinerary button at the bottom of the window and continue to next step. 3 Click on Import Itinerary 5 Select the trips and charge items from the Select Trips and Charges to use to create this itinerary box that opens and click on Import. 6 The Travel Allowances for Report box opens (Step 1 Edit Itinerary) with trip information populated. Click on Next. 7 The Travel Allowances for Report box opens (Step 2 Available Itineraries) with trip information populated. Click on Next 8 The Travel Allowances for Report box opens (Step 3 Expenses and Adjustments) with trip information populated. Make any adjustments for meals you did not have to pay for. 9 Click on Create Expenses. 10 The new Expense Report for this trip will open with the trip expenses from your Trip Itinerary as well as any allowable Meals Per Diem meeting the Travel Policy criteria populated. Step 3: Import Smart Expenses 1 The Expense Report will open and a pop up message will tell you that the Smart Expenses imported successfully, Click OK. 2 Next a window appears on the left with the Available Company Card Charges. Select the items representing any Agency Fee or other company paid charges for your trip. Items with a blue icon are Air Travel charges and an orange icon indicates hotel charges paid on the associated TTE credit card. 3 Click the Import tab. 4 Select To Current Expense Report from the option list that appears. 5 A pop up message will tell you that the Smart Expenses imported successfully, Click OK. Note: Travel agency fees are $4.27 or greater depending on whether the travel was booked online or agent assisted. It should show as a credit card item from AirPlus in the expense detail with an expense type of For Travel Agent. This does not impact your reimbursement but is required to be included on your expense report. Airfare and other charges paid on a State TTE credit card may also appear here. 6 Select any hotel expense items if they appear. Enter the total amount of your Page 10 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
11 hotel bill in the Amount field. Most of the other required fields will already be populated. 7 Click Itemize and verify pre-populated daily room rate. Note: The check in, check out, number of nights and the daily room rate will already be populated. 8 Enter any taxes in the tax fields as daily tax amounts. Note: For In State lodging only any Occupancy Tax is NOT entered in Taxes. 9 Go to Additional Nightly Charges and from the drop down menu in Expense Type select Occupancy Tax (in the Lodging section) and enter the daily amount of the Occupancy Tax in the amount field. 10 Enter any additional daily fees in the next open field in this section. Note: See section 10 Special Functions, Itemize Nightly Lodging Expenses for complete details 11 Click Save Itemizations. Step 4: Enter Out of Pocket Expenses 1 Add any out of pocket expenses. See Section 7, Step 2. Note: Prior to submitting an Expense Report you can attach specific receipts to specific line items. If you attach receipts after you click Submit, they can only be Expense Report level receipts. Note: Refer to Sections 12 and 13 of this guide for details regarding printing, providing receipts and submitting your expense report. Note: The Exp Report? icon is not removed until after you Submit the Expense Report associated with it. TTE Travel & Expense: System User Reference Section 8: Create a New Expense Report ONLY create Expense Reports after trip has been COMPLETED. DO NOT combine in-state, out-ofstate and international travel expenses. All required fields have red bars Use this method if you did not book any travel reservations through Travel Inc. Step 1: Create the report If you have booked travel with TTE Travel see Section 8 to create Expense Report. 1 In the Expense Reports (may be labeled Active Work for your agency) section of My Concur, click New Expense Report. 2 The current system date defaults in the Report Date field. 3 In the Report Name field, enter a name for the expense report. Include the travel dates in the Report Name. (i.e. Banking Conference 0612 to 0618) 4 Click on the arrow in the Trip Type field and select the appropriate trip type: In- State Travel, International Travel or Out Of State travel from the drop down menu. 5 Click on the calendar icon in the Trip State Date field, click on trip start date. 6 Click on the calendar icon in the Trip End Date field, click on trip end date. 7 In the Purpose of Trip field, enter the business purpose for the expense report. 8 Enter any necessary comments in the Comments box. Step 1b: Attach Approved Travel Request (if required by agency) 1 If your agency uses Pre-Trip Travel Requests, you must link the approved Request to the Expense Report. Click on Add in the Travel Request section. If not, go to #10. 2 Select the applicable Travel Request from the list and click Add. Step 1c: Complete Report Creation (Required by all agencies) 1 Click Next. Step 2: Enter Any Travel Allowance (Meals Per Diem) 1 A Travel Allowance window opens: Will this report include Travel Allowance Expense? Select Yes if Meals Per Diem applies to this trip. 2 Verify that the Selection field is correct for your meals type. (Regular In State or GSA Out Of State.) Note: For overnight trips begin here. For Single day trips go to #3b. 3 Move scroll bar to top of New Itinerary box. If this is a multiple day trip you should be using Standard Itinerary. Enter departure city in Depart From and enter your departure time in Time (i.e. 6:30 am). Note: To enter Single Day Trips skip to Single Day Itineraries at #19. 4 Enter your destination city for the first day in Arrival and enter your arrival time in Time. Click Save. This builds the first leg of your trip. Page 11 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
12 5 Now you enter the final leg of your trip. The departure city will default to your last stop. If this isn t correct, enter the city where you spent the night in Departure. Enter the time you left in Time. Note: Entering departure and arrival times is used to calculate eligibility for Per Diem. 6 Enter your arrival destination for the last day of travel which is likely home in Arrival. Enter the time you arrived in Time. Click Save. 7 Click Next 8 Click Next again 9 Click Create Expenses Note: For Single Day Trip entries begin here. 3b 4b 5b 6b 7b Single Day Trips: Select Single Day Itineraries at the bottom of the window. Enter a start date in choose start date and press Go. In Start Location type in your starting point for the day trip and enter the time you left for your trip in Depart. Enter the last travel stop of the day in End Location and enter the time you arrived for your trip in Arrive. Note: Don t be concerned with stops in between. This only determines eligibility for Per Diem Meals. In the next Depart field enter the time you left your last travel stop and in the Back field enter the time you arrived home. Press Tab to see the total calculation. 9b 10b 11b 12b Exclude button for days you didn t travel. When you have completed entering your Itineraries in Travel Allowance click on Save Itineraries. See policy note. Click Next Click Next again Click Create Expenses Policy Note: On day of departure /return, Travel Allowance is calculated at 75% of Per Diem rate and is based on the last business location of the travel day. Single Travel Day: Departure Day - Based on where you start the day. Return Day based on your last business travel location of the day. Multiple Travel Days: Departure Day Rate is based on your LAST business stop of the day; Return Home Day based on last business stop of the day. Travel Allowances for a single day where travel exceeds 50 miles from the home/office location and continuous travel is 12 hours or greater are calculated at 75% of Per Diem based on last business stop location. Step 3: Add out-of-pocket expenses to the new expense report; Required fields have red bars 1 On the New Expense tab to the right, search or scroll to locate the appropriate expense type and click on it. 2 Click on the calendar icon in the Transaction Date field, and then use the calendar to select the date of the transaction. 3 The purpose of the trip is populated from entering Step 1, Section 7. 4 Enter the merchant name for the expense in Vendor Name (i.e. Staples, FedEx) 5 Start entering the name of the city where the merchant was located in the City field. When the correct city and state (or country) appears select it Note: This field acts like a search field. To restrict the search to the US click the arrow next to all countries and select United States. 6 Verify the Payment Type is correct. Click the arrow in the Payment Type field to choose from Out of Pocket or Company Paid. 7 In the Amount field, enter the amount spent on the expense. Note: Any hotel expenses not created through Travel Inc. are entered. You must Itemize the hotel bill the same as in Section 10, Itemize Nightly Lodging Expenses. Note: Click the Personal Expense box for any personal and non-reimbursable items on the receipt See Travel Policy for Miscellaneous expensesreimbursable and non-reimbursable. 8 If you have scanned your receipt into your computer, click Attach Receipt to locate the file and attach it. If you ed or faxed your receipt to Concur, click Receipt Store and select the receipt to attach it to the expense item. 9 Click Save. Note: If your Agency uses Travel Advances please see Section 10 Using Special Features Attach Travel Advances to an Expense Report, Attach Travel Advance that exceeds actual Expense Report Total 8b You can enter several days. Click on the Page 12 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
13 Section 9: Importing Company Credit Card Transactions into an Existing Expense Report 1 On the Expense Reports section of My Concur select the Expense Report you want to add expenses to. 2 Click on the Import tab to open the Smart Expenses box and display available charges. Items with a blue icon are Air Travel expenses and those with a blue icon are hotel charges paid via the appropriate TTE credit card. 3 Click the check box next to the Company Paid charges you want to add to the Expense Report. 4 Click on Import. 5 Select the To Current Report option. 6 The expense are visible in the Expense Report and are visible on the left side of the open Expense Report. Section 10: Review or Edit a Report 1 In the Expense Reports (may be labeled Active Work for your agency) section of My Concur, click the name of the report that you want to review to open it. 2 Select the expense item you want to correct, make the change and Save. 3 To correct details for the overall Expense Report (such as reporting dates, etc.), select the Details Tab, then select Report Header from the dropdown menu. Make any changes and Save. 4 Click Save. Section 11: Using Expense Special Features Convert Foreign Currency Transactions 1 Click New Expense. 2 On the New Expense tab, select the appropriate expense type. 3 Complete all required fields as usual except Amount. 4 In the Amount field, enter the amount spent on the expense. 5 Select the spend currency from the dropdown list to the right of the Amount field. 6 Click the appropriate mathematical symbol (multiply or divide) to change the conversion format, if required. Note: You can override the currency conversion rate to match the rate on your receipt by entering the correct data. 7 Click Save Itemize Nightly Lodging Expenses Step 1: Itemize nightly lodging expenses 1 For a new item, on New Expense tab select the Hotel expense type. OR For an item coming into the expense report from a Completed Trip Itinerary Click on the hotel expense item to be itemized. 2 Click the Transaction Date field, and then use the calendar to add or correct the date of the transaction. 3 Verify or select the vendor from the Vendor dropdown list. 4 Enter location of hotel in City. (i.e. Moultrie, GA) 5 Verify the Payment Type. 6 In the Amount field, enter the total amount on the hotel receipt. 7 Click Itemize. 8 On the Nightly Lodging Expenses tab in the Number of Nights field, enter the number of nights for your hotel stay (the 9 Check-in Date will be filled in once you enter the number of nights). 10 In the Room Rate field, enter the amount you were charged per night for the room. 11 In the Room Tax fields, enter the amount of each room tax that you were charged. Note: For In State lodging only any Occupancy Tax is NOT entered in Taxes, 12 Go to Additional Nightly Charges and from the drop down menu in Expense Type select Occupancy Tax (in the Lodging section) and enter the daily amount of the Occupancy Tax in the amount field. 13 Any Additional Charges (daily recurring charges) are added in the next available field. From the Expense Type drop down menu, select the appropriate expense type. 14 In the Amount field, enter the amount of the expense. 15 Click Save Itemizations. Step 2: Add any remaining lodging itemizations Page 13 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
14 1 If the Amount Remaining displayed at the top of the Expense tab on the right is more than zero, click the Expense Type dropdown arrow, and then select the appropriate expense from the dropdown list. 2 Enter the total amount of the expense in the Amount field. Check the Personal Expense box if this is a personal nonreimbursable expense on the receipt. 3 Click Save. 4 Repeat steps 1-3 until the Remaining Amount equals $0.00. Allocate Expenses 1 Complete all expenses as usual. 2 Click Details tab and select Allocations from the dropdown list. 3 Select the expense(s) you wish to allocate from the Expense List. You may choose multiple or all the expense items. 4 In the upper right-hand corner of the window, click Allocate Selected Expenses. 5 In the Allocate By field, enter the appropriate Percentage or Amount. 6 Click Add New Allocation, and then repeat steps 5-6 for each new allocation. Note that there is a running total of how much remains to be allocated to the right of the window title (Allocations). 7 Click in the field under the Department column heading, and then select the department if this is configured for your agency. Add new allocations as necessary. Default TTE Travel & Expense: System User Reference information is your home department. 8 Click in the field under the Program column heading, and then select the department. Verify Fund Source and the remaining fields. Correct if necessary. To Save an Allocation in Favorites to use on other Expense Reports go to Step 9; to use an existing saved Favorites allocation go to Step 9b. 9 To save this allocation to reuse again click on the Add to Favorites tab. 10 Enter a name for the Allocation in the Add to Favorites dialogue box that opens. 11 Click Save. Note: Go to Step 12 To used a saved Allocation to allocate expenses 9b 10b 11c Click on the Favorites Tab. Select the appropriate saved Allocation from the drop down list. Click Yes in the Confirmation dialogue box that opens. 12 Click Save, and then click OK. 13 In the Allocate Report window, click Done. Itemize Expenses 1 On the Expense Report page, click the expense item you want to itemize (use more than one expense code). 2 Click Itemize. 3 On the New Itemization tab, click the Expense Type dropdown arrow and select the appropriate expense from the dropdown list. 4 Complete all required and optional fields such as Vendor, Transaction Date and Amount. 5 Click Save. 6 Repeat steps 3-5 until the Remaining Amount equals $0.00. Add Attendees to Group Meals 1 On the New Expense tab, select the Group Meals expense. 2 Click the Transaction Date field, and then enter the date (mm-dd-yyyy) or use the calendar to select the date of the transaction. 3 The Purpose of Trip field should be populated. 4 Enter the merchant name on the receipt into the Vendor field. Verify the City field is correct. 5 In the Amount field, enter the amount of the expense. 6 Scroll down to the Attendees Section. Page 14 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12 7 To add a new attendee, click the icon and select New Attendee. Complete the required fields, and then click Save or Save & Add Another. OR- Click Favorites, select the attendees for this expense, and then click Add to Expense. -OR- Click the Search button. Enter your search criteria, select the attendee. Click Add to Expense. 8 Click Save.
15 Add Personal Car Mileage 1 On the New Expense tab, select Personal Car Mileage from the New Expense List. 2 Click the Transaction Date field, and then use the calendar to select the date of the transaction. 3 Leave the From Location field, blank. This field will update from Calculate Mileage. 4 Leave the To Location field, blank. This field will update from Calculate Mileage. 5 Verify the Trip Type from the Report Header. 6 Verify the personal vehicle used for this tip in the Vehicle ID field. If no vehicle defaulted, or if the incorrect vehicle defaulted you will have to select from the dropdown list. 7 Click on the Mileage Calculator icon. Enter all the waypoints for your trip that day start to last travel location. Note: When entering a single day of a multiday trip start may be where you left from that travel day and end where you spent the night that travel day. Click Make Round Trip to show final destination as the starting destination. Otherwise enter the final destination of the day and select Calculate Route. Click the box Deduct Commute and enter your home address and your assigned office location. You only have to enter home and office data once. To make this a round trip commute deduction, click Deduct Round Trip. Click Add Mileage To Expense to update the expense report. Note: If your actual mileage was different than the calculated mileage due to detours, locations with no address, etc., add this mileage to the calculated distance in the expense line item and make a note in the comments box. Failure to enter an explanation may result in your expense report being rejected. 8 Click Save. Copy a Single Expense 1 On the Expense Report page, from the Expense List, select the checkbox next to the expense you wish to copy. 2 Click Copy. 3 Click on the new expense. 4 Make all necessary changes to the new expense. The date will increment one day from item you copied from. 5 Click Save. Copy an Expense Report Note: If you have repetitive travel, or repeat a previous trip this can save you time. For some TTE users this will not be a viable tool. 1 Click on the Expense tab 2 Select View Reports 3 Click the check box next to the Expense Report you wish to copy 4 Click Copy Report 5 Enter a name for the new Expense Report in the Report Name Box. NOTE: The old name will be displayed but will be overwritten with the new name. 6 Enter the earliest date you will be entering expenses for on the new report in the Starting Date for Expense Entries on New Report field. 7 Click OK. NOTE: Some expenses will NOT copy such as Travel Allowances, Travel Requests, Cash Advances and receipts. You will see a brief message indicating whether all expenses copied or not. 8 The new Expense Report opens. 9 Click on the Details tab and select Report Header. 10 Correct the Trip Start Date and Trip End Dates. 11 Correct any other fields that need adjustment. 12 Attach an approved Travel Request if necessary. 13 Click Save 14 Add any Travel Allowances by clicking on the Details Tab and selecting New Itinerary and following the prompts. See Section 8, Step 2of this document for details. 15 Look at the details on all expenses that copied. Make any corrections necessary. For example, adjust stops on personal car mileage, etc, dates on hotel stays, etc. 16 Attach any applicable Cash Advances. See Attach Travel (Cash) Advances section below. Attach Travel (Cash) Advances to an Expense Report Note: Not all Agencies offer Travel (Cash) Advances. 1 On the Expense Report Page, click on the Details tab and under Cash Page 15 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
16 Advances heading on the menu, select Unassigned. 2 Click on the box(es) next to the Cash Advances appropriate for the Expense Report. Multiple Cash Advances can be applied. 3 Click Assign Cash Advance to Report. Note: The Travel (Cash) Advance does not appear in expenses at this point. To view, click Print/ tab and select *SOG Detailed Report to display, print or the net amount due. Detach Travel (Cash) Advance from an Expense Report 1 Open the Expense Report from View Reports tab. 2 Click on the Details tab and under Cash Advances heading on the menu, select Assigned. 3 Click the box next to the Cash Advance to be detached and then click Remove From Report. Attach Travel (Cash) Advance that exceeds actual Expense Report Total 1 On the Expense Report Page, click on the Details tab and under Cash Advances heading on the menu, select Unassigned. 2 Click on the box(es) next to the Cash Advances appropriate for the Expense Report. Multiple Cash Advances can be applied. 3 Click Assign Cash Advance to Report. Note: The Cash Advance does not appear in expenses at this point. To view, click Print/ tab and select *SOG Detailed Report to display, print or the net amount of the Expense Report. 4 On the New Expense tab, select Cash Advance Return from the expense list. 5 Enter the Transaction Date and the Amount of the Cash Advance that was not used. Note: The Cash Advance Return appears in the expenses list of the report. To view, click Print/ tab and select *SOG Detailed Report to display, print or the net amount due the State. Print this report to submit with your check to return the funds to the State. Policy Note: Any unused portion of a Travel (Cash) Advance must be returned to the State, via check, with the associated Expense Report. Travel (Cash) Advances open 180 days after the trip, will be deducted from the employees pay. Outstanding Expenses Advances must be reconciled before a new one will be issued, except when another trip begins within five working days of the previous trip or if multiple Cash Advances are issued for the same trip. Employees requiring a payroll deduction to satisfy unreconciled Travel (Cash) Advances due to the State will not be eligible for Travel (Cash) Advances in the future. Section 12: Fax or Attach Receipts Fax your receipts from your Expense Report 1 From the Print/ dropdown menu, select * SOG Fax Receipt Cover Page 2 Click Print. 3 Fax the cover page and the receipts to the number on the cover page. NOTE: The Fax Cover page cannot be used for other expense reports. The bar code generated is exclusively for the expense report it was generated from. 4 To verify the receipts were successfully attached, from the Receipts dropdown menu, select Check Receipts. Attach scanned images of your receipts 1 On the Expense Report page, from the Receipts dropdown menu, select Attach Receipt Images. 2 Click Browse. Locate the files you want to attach. Note: Recommended that you create a folder on your PC to store your scanned receipts so you can easily locate them. 3 Click the file, and then click Open. 4 To attach another image, click Browse, and then repeat the process. 5 Click Attach. 6 Click Close, when finished. 7 To view the attached receipts, from the Receipts dropdown menu, select View Receipts. Note: You can add multiple expense images to a single expense item. Each one is added separately using the Attach button. The system will ask if you want to append the image, say Yes. Attach Line Item Receipts from Receipt Store 1 Click on Receipt Store. 2 Click on the appropriate receipt and drag it to the appropriate expense entry. Delete attached receipt images 1 On the Expense Report page, from the Receipts dropdown menu, select Delete Receipt Images. 2 In the confirmation window, click Yes. Note: Do not try to delete individual attached receipt images from here. Page 16 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
17 Deleting will delete ALL attached images. Detach an individual receipt from the expense entry line. Items with multiple images attached the receipts will act as one imaged with multiple pages. Deleting will delete all the images attached to the item. Section 13: Print, Submit or Recall Expense Reports Preview, print, and submit your report 1 From the Print/ menu, select *SOG Detail Report. 2 After reviewing the document, click Print, and then click Close. 3 On the upper right of Expense Report page, click Submit Report. 4 In the Final Review window, click Accept and Submit Report. 5 In the Report Submit Status window, click Close. Policy Note: Expense reports are to be submitted within 45 days of travel completion but it is recommended submitting within 10 days of your trip close. Note: Reimbursements should be in the traveler s account, if on ACH, within 3 days after the expense report has been approved for payment by the Back Office. Correct and resubmit a report sent back by your approver 1 In the Expense Reports (sometimes also labeled Active Work) section of My Concur, read the approver s comment in the Status column. 2 Click the report name (link). 3 Make the requested changes. 4 Click Save. 5 Click Submit Report. Recall a Submitted and Unapproved Expense Report 1 Open the Expense Report from Expenses/View Expense Reports or from My Concur Active Reports 2 Click on the Recall tab. 3 The expense report is removed from your Approver s queue and you can make any corrections or adjustments and Submit the report when done. Section 14: Request Travel (Cash) Advance Note: If your agency does not allow Travel (Cash) Advances it will not appear under the Expense tab. Emergency Travel (Cash) Advances cannot be processed through TTE. Expense. 2 Click New Cash Advance 3 Enter a name for the Cash Advance in the Cash Advance Request Name field. 4 In the Amount field and the amount you are requesting. 5 Use the Comment field to provide any additional information necessary. 6 Click Submit at the bottom right of the window. Section 15: Create Travel Request Note: If your Agency does not require Pre-Trip Approval through TTE, it will not appear as a tab in TTE. Create Travel Request Request. 2 Click New Travel Request. 3 Enter a name for the Travel Request in Request Name. Include the travel dates in the Report Name. (i.e. Banking Conference 0612 to 0618) 4 Enter Start Date, End Date and Purpose for the travel in their respective fields. 5 Click Save 6 Click the Air, Car, Hotel or Misc icon to enter request information 7 Enter estimated dollar amount of the travel cost for the segment you are entering. For air, you will need to select Round Trip or One way. Any required fields are indicated by a red bar. Note: Do not combine requests in one icon. Select each icon type and enter estimated amounts. 8 Click Save before selecting another icon. 9 Select the Meals icon (fork & knife) 10 Enter the estimated Travel Allowance (Per Diem Meals) for the trip. 13 Click Save Note: You cannot change or delete a Request once you submit it for approval unless the approver returns it to you for change. 14 Click Submit Travel Request to forward for approval. Page 17 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
18 Modify Travel Request Returned by Approver 1 On the My Concur page, select Travel Request tab. 2 Select the Travel Request that has been returned. This is identified in the Status field as well as a new icon 3 Select the Segments tab 4 Scroll through the segments. You will see a Modify and Delete button for each segment. Modify allows you to change the data entered, Delete allows you to delete the segment. Make the requested changes. To add a new segment, click on the appropriate icon and enter the data. Note: You can see what needs to be adjusted from the approver s notes that appear in the Header. 5 Click Submit Travel Request to resubmit the request with the required changes. The following Sections are for Approvers Only. If you are not an approver, you will not be able to access these queues with your login. APPROVERS Section 16: Review & Approve Expense Reports Step 1: Review and approve a report 1 In the Approval Queue section of My Concur, click the name of the Expense Report that you want to view. 2 On the Expense Report page, click the expense you want to view. Check it for accuracy and policy. Note: The approver is held accountable for all approved information on the Expense Report. Please be sure to check receipts, policy violations, allocations, etc. before you approve. Note: Check the Details tab to easily access expense details such as allocations, itineraries, travel allowances, cash advances. 3 View any exceptions on the report in the Exceptions section above the Expense detail or click on the icon next to the expense item. 4 To view allocations either place your cursor over the allocations icon or click on the Details tab and select Allocations. 5 To view all receipts click Receipts tab and select either View Receipts in current window or View Receipts in new window and scroll through receipts. You can view receipts attached to a single item by hovering over the receipts icon next to an individual line item on the expense report. NOTE: Multiple receipts attached to the same item act as one item. 5 To view any notes on the expense item from the preparer click on the comment icon 6 To view a comment and add a comment to a particular expense item, click on the expense item, click on the Details tab and select Comments. Enter your comment and click Save. 7 To view the Audit Trail, click on the Details tab and select Audit Trail. 8 To view Travel (Cash) Advances assigned to this Expense Report click on the Details tab and select Assigned under Cash Advances. 9 To view Travel Requests assigned to this Expense Report click on the Details tab and select Header. 10 To approve the entire Expense Report, click Approve. OR To approve and forward to another approver, click Approve & Forward and enter the approver in User-Added Approver. To search for all approvers in your agency enter an * in the User- Added Approver field. Then select the approver from that list. OR To add an additional approval level click on the or the icon to add a step before or after an existing approval level. OR To send the report back to the employee click Send Back to Employee and enter notes in the comment box explaining what you expect the employee to do. Step 2: Send an expense report back to an employee 1 In the Approval Queue section of My Concur, click the name of the report that you want to view. 2 Click Send Back to Employee. 3 In the Send Back Report page, add notes in the Comment box informing the employee what he must do. Page 18 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
19 4 Click OK. Step 3: Add an additional review step for an expense report 1 In the Approval Queue section of My Concur, click the name of the report that you want to view. 2 Click Approve & Forward. 3 In the Approval Flow window, click the Search Approvers By dropdown arrow. 4 Select the desired search option from the dropdown list. 5 In the User-Added Approver field, type the search criteria. 6 From the list of options displayed by the search, select the appropriate approver. 7 Click Approve. Section 17: Review and Approve Cash Advance Requests 1. In the Approval Queue section of My Concur, click the Cash Advances. 2 Click the Cash Advance Name you want to Review. 3 Click Audit Trail to review history and Close to close Audit Trail window. Section 18: Review and Approve Travel Requests 1 Select Travel Requests from the Approval Queue Note: The tab will show you if you the number of requests awaiting approval in the queue. 2 Select the Travel Request to review. Note: Travel Request being resubmitted to you is marked with an icon. 3 Click on Segments tab to review the Air, Hotel, Car, Meals and Misc components of the request. 4 To approve the Request select Approve. OR-- To approve and forward to another approver select Approve & Forward and add the additional approver.--or To return to the Traveler for adjustment select Send Back Travel Request. Indicate what you expect the Traveler to do in the Comments section. 5 An acknowledgement of your Approval, Approve and Forward or Return Travel Request action will appear on the screen. 5 Click Comments to view Comment History. Click Close to exit Comment History window. 6 Select Approve to approve the request or Reject to deny it. 7 Click OK. Page 19 of 19 Revision Date: 09/25/12
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(The Wizard) This Quick Reference Guide shows you how to submit a travel and expense claim using Create Expense Report known as The Wizard, for expenses paid with personal funds. What is a travel and expense
The purpose of this document is to provide a guide to using the Core Expenses system. It should be read as an aid to getting started with Core Expense. You should not proceed to using Core Expense without
Using ESS - Guide to creating, submitting, and approving an expense report Copyright 2014-2015, R. James Holton, All rights reserved (8/13/2015) Introduction The purpose of this guide is to acquaint you
ENTERING MILEAGE EXPENSE REPORTS IN CONCUR Log on to the YSU portal using your username and password (If you forget either of these, call the HelpDesk at 330-941-1595). In the left hand column under e-services
FAQ Concur Travel How do I log into Concur Travel? Go to www.fbhstravel.com - Click Book Travel in upper left corner Member ID: Your full email address Password: Existing Password If you wish to change
TRAVEL POLICY FOR THE U.S. SCIENCE SUPPORT PROGRAM (USSSP) OFFICE Table of Contents TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION 2 AIR TRANSPORTATION GENERAL 2 EXPEDITION-RELATED TRAVEL 3 AIR CARRIER SELECTION 3 SATURDAY NIGHT
Completing your CTM Online - RESX Profile Your CTM Online profile information is used to complete online bookings and agent-assisted bookings. Note! Whether booking travel through Enterprise, or directly
Creating an Expense Report from a Blank Report Form These instructions are designed for those who do NOT need a Travel Authorization. Expense Reports are required for the following reasons: Document all
Employee Expense Management 5.0 User Guide Countries without American Express Corporate Card Load Rev. 12.4.1 HP Restricted 1 2 Contents Employee Expense Management 5.0 User Guide... 1 Contents... 2 Overview...
SMS Travel Guide All international, out-of-state, and in-state travel with an overnight stay needs to be requested through My ASU TRIP. Instructional documents with video walkthroughs for each step and
CHAPTER 8: Business Operations ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE NO. 8.55.1 (AP 7400) ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE San Mateo County Community College District Subject: AP 8.55.1 Domestic Conference and Travel Expenses
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Creating an Expense Report with PeopleSoft Travel & Expenses Contents Accessing Travel and Expenses...1 Creating an Expense Report...1 Entering an Expense Report for Travel Reimbursement...2 Entering Your
User Guide Concur Expense Service Service Update Concur Technologies, Inc. Curtin University - Concur User Guide Page 1 of 16 Using Concur Expense Service Welcome to Concur Expense Service. Concur Expense
Statewide Accounting Policy & Procedure Accounting Manual Reference: Section: Travel Sub-section: Statewide Travel Policy Effective Date For All State Travelers: 01/24/2014 Introduction 4 General Provisions
Travel & Expense Reimbursement System Information IBM GERS SYSTEM 1 Table of Contents Page(s) Contact for Questions/Concerns. 3 T&E Information...4 Getting Started with GERS (First Time Registration).....5-10
Travel Request This document describes the functions used for Creating, Maintaining, Submitting and Approving Travel Requests and Expense Reports. In this document: Creating Travel Requests.......................................1
Travel Management System Travel Manager Training and Reference Guide For Travel Manager Release 9.0 May 2006 T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Chapter 1 - Introduction... 1-1 Overview... 1-1 Chapter 2 - Getting
Recruiter s Resource Guide First Edition 1.29.2015 Contents Section One Recruiting... 3 Accessing Team Georgia Careers... 4 My Setup Preferences... 5 Creating a Requisition... 6 Approving a Requisition...
For Berkeley Law faculty and event planners, the Travel Planner is a primary resource for trip planning and reporting assistance (email@example.com). Berkeley Law clinics, centers, and departments
ProMaster User Guide For Travel Expense Allocations (Reconciliations) 1 P a g e Table of Contents Who do I contact with my questions?...3 How do I log in to ProMaster?...4 What do all the Icons mean?...5
Eastern Michigan University TRAVEL PROCEDURES Page 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Administration 2 A. Authorization to Travel B. Travel Reimbursements C. Travel Advances D. Sponsored Travel E. Student Travel II.
TOPS v3.2.1 Calendar/Scheduler User Guide By TOPS Software, LLC Clearwater, Florida Document History Version Edition Date Document Software Trademark Copyright First Edition Second Edition 02 2007 09-2007
State of New York Office of the State Comptroller Travel Manual Prepared by: Division of Contracts and Expenditures Bureau of State Expenditures Revised: 09/01/2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS TRAVEL POLICY STATEMENT...
Contents General Questions... 2 What is an Expense Reimbursement System (ERS)?... 2 What is Concur?... 2 Do I have to use the ERS?... 2 Why should I use the ERS?... 2 How do I log in to the ERS?... 2 Is
Database Program Instructions 1) Start your Comparative Rating software by double-clicking the icon on your desktop. 2) Click on the button on the Comparative Rating Software Main Menu. 3) A message Loading