All department personnel are required to ensure the chosen lodging facility has completed the
Prevention of Human Trafficking Certification for Lodging Providers and Employees.
Go to stophtiowa.org to view certified lodging facilities. Policy 210.205
|In-State Travel Reimbursement Summary - Summary of Reimbursement Guidelines|
|Meal Receipt FAQ - Requirements resulting from Executive Order Number 13|
|Hotel, Motel, and B&B Guide • CPFSEs contract rates (not reimbursable rate) for participating hotels, motels and B&Bs in Iowa|
|Travel Policy and Procedures, Section 210 - State Accounting Policy and Procedures Manual|
|Conference Sponsorship Justification • Department of Management no longer requires this form|
|State-Sponsored Conferences - Calendar - Conferences sponsored by the state, including registration and meal costs|
|(see also: Policy & Procedure 240-172, State Sponsored Conferences)|
Travel Documents are located at I/3 Accounting Forms & Documents
Individual departments may have more restrictive travel policies in place. Before you make travel plans, check with your department’s accounting personnel. General guidelines are provided on this site by the State Accounting Enterprise for travel reimbursement for state employees.
For more information, contact your department’s accounting personnel or Nick Miller, State Accounting.