Procurement & Payment Services
Policies governing travel by The College at Brockport employees can be found in
OGS Manual. Requests for travel reimbursements must follow these guidelines:
- Travel vouchers may only be submitted for the total amount approved
for reimbursement. For example: If the traveler has been approved
for a $500 travel expense and the actual out-of-pocket expenses is $600,
the travel voucher can only request reimbursement for the approved $500.
- Travel vouchers must provide a State or IFR account number to be charged. If there is more
than one account number being used on the travel voucher, please specify
how much money is to be reimbursed from each account number.
- Travel vouchers must always include the dates and times of departure and all supporting travel documentation including, but not limited
to the following: agenda, itinerary, handouts, etc.
- If the traveler chose to purchase airline or Amtrak tickets through Travel Leaders/Albany Travel (formerly Carlson Albany Travel) and
charge the costs to the Central Travel Account (CTA), please include the CTA
used under the "Transportation Expense" section of the travel
voucher along with the account number the ticket(s) was charged. Please
also attach any airline/Amtrak ticket(s) and the itinerary to the travel
All travel related questions should be directed to Wendy Vergamini at ext. 5144.
U.S. TRAVEL REGULATIONS
The following information has been provided by The Travel Team, Inc.at the NYS Office of General Services and pertains to U.S. citizens traveling outside the U.S. Please make yourselves familiar with the document requirements for traveling outside the U.S. based on the information provided below:
Implemented on January 23, 2007, ALL PERSONS traveling by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and the Caribbean region are required to present a passport or other valid travel document to enter or re-enter the United States.
LAND AND SEA TRAVEL
The following summarizes information available on the Department of Homeland Security’s website.
- EFFECTIVE JANUARY 31, 2008:
U.S. and Canadian citizens will need to present either a Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI)-compliant document, or a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, plus proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate. DHS also proposes to begin alternative procedures for U.S. and Canadian at that time.
- EFFECTIVE SUMMER 2008:
At a later date, to be determined, the departments will implement the full requirements of the land and sea phase of WHTI. The proposed rules require most U.S. citizens entering the United States at sea or land ports of entry to have either a U.S. passport; a U.S. passport card; a trusted traveler card such as NEXUS, FAST, or SENTRI; a valid Merchant Mariner Document (MMD) when traveling in conjunction with official maritime business; or a valid U.S. Military identification card when traveling on official orders.
The implementation date will be determined based on a number of factors, including the progress of actions undertaken by the Department of Homeland Security to implement the WHTI requirements and the availability of WHTI compliant documents on both sides of the border. DHS and DOS expect the date of full WHTI implementation to be in the summer of 2008. The precise implementation date will be formally announced with at least 60 days notice.
Note: The passport requirement does NOT apply to U.S. citizens traveling to or returning directly from a U.S. territory.
(U.S. territories include: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Swains Island, and U.S. Virgin Islands).