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  • International Lodging Maximums Change on April 8

    Starting April 8, 2022, Stanford will align its international lodging reimbursement maximums for actual expenses to the federal per diem rates, meaning that the same maximum applies for international lodging whether the traveler uses the per diem or actual expenses reimbursement method. In some...
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  • OBI News: Fall 2022open_in_new

    In this issue: New reporting tools to manage aging and force cleared transactions, updated SU Credit Card Custodian report, Oct. 12 webinar: Salary, Fringe, and Indirect Cost by Employee report, and more.
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  • Stanford Travel Updates and Hot Topics

    Many students, post-doctoral scholars, faculty and staff travel on behalf of Stanford. To be reimbursed for this travel, travelers and travel arrangers must follow university policy; in most cases airfare for university-sponsored travel must be booked through a Stanford Travel booking channel. This...
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  • Travel Booking Policy Update

    The university implemented a travel booking policy in 2020 in order to enhance and streamline the collection of traveler information needed to locate and support travelers in the event of an emergency. The policy provides Stanford’s Global Risk Management team visibility into travel, thereby...
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  • Cash and Check Deposit Enhancements

    This project involves identifying and implementing system and/or process solutions for all deposit streams currently relying on the CASHNet system.

    Financial Management Services (FMS) is supporting improvements to how cash and checks are deposited alongside other enhancements to these processes and systems across the university. These changes primarily affect CASHNet processes for the campus community but will include other changes to...
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  • Business Expense Updates and Hot Topics

    The university pays directly or reimburses individuals for expenses that are necessary and appropriate to conduct university business. Expenditures must be consistent with the university’s purchasing policies and guidelines as well as the guiding principles and IRS regulations with regard to...
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  • Change to PCard and TCard Delivery as of September 1

    In response to limited campus access during the COVID-19 pandemic, in early 2021 the Card Services team began redirecting all new, renewed, or reissued Purchasing Cards (PCards) and Travel Cards (TCards) to a secure central delivery site. Cardholders submitted a support request or updated the Credit...
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  • Purchasing and Contracts Updates and Hot Topics

    The Procurement Services department within Financial Management Services is committed to purchasing practices and policies that are compliant, responsible and appropriately support the university's goals and mission. Accordingly, those who are making purchases on behalf of or doing business with the...
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