Travel :

Travel Definitions

“In-state Travel” means travel within the state of Connecticut.

“Out-of-state Travel” means travel outside of the state of Connecticut.

“Non-Foreign Travel” means travel to and within the following areas: the 48 contiguous states making up the United States of America; Washington, DC; Alaska; Hawaii; Puerto Rico; the Northern Mariana Islands; United States territories and possessions; Canada; Mexico; the Caribbean; and Bermuda.

“Foreign Travel” means travel to and within any areas not designated as “Non-Foreign”.

“Official Duty Station” means the building or other fixed location at which an employee reports for duty.  This location may be a state-owned or leased facility or designated property approved by the Chancellor or President.

“Reimbursable Expenses” mean those expenses essential to transacting official business, including travel, meals, lodging, taxes, and business costs.

“Travel,” means all necessary official transportation via rail, airline, bus, taxi, or car.

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