Remember to check the Seminar and Events page for upcoming seminars, conferences, defenses, and events in the Department of Plant Biology.
You can download a PDF of this schedule to post on your website or bulletin boards.
Off Campus Property Use (see Gretchen)
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Out-of-State Per Diems
Out-of-state per diem rates follow the appropriate GSA rates. To view the GSA rates for travel within the US, click here. The GSA rates include both the cost of meals and incidental expenses. However, for out-of-state travel, incidental expenses are not reimbursed. Employees traveling overnight are generally eligible for per diem amounts designed to cover all days on travel status other than the day of departure and the day of return. Travelers are eligible for 75% of the total per diem rate on the first and last day of travel.
Foreign Travel Per Diem
UGA does reimburse the incidental expenses on foreign travel
Meal allowance for travel within Georgia is $28 ($6 for breakfast, $7 for lunch, $15 for dinner). Meal allowance for travel to high cost areas within Georgia is $36 ($7 for breakfast, $9 for lunch, $20 for dinner). High cost areas are the following counties: Chatham, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Fayette, Fulton, Glynn, Gwinnett, & Richmond. For travel with overnight lodging within Georgia, travelers will now receive 75% of the allowable per diem on the day of departure and return.
Lodging for travel within Georgia should use the federal per diem guidelines. To view the rates for Georgia, click here and select the state of Georgia from the map. Travelers are allowed to exceed the federal per diem rate by up to 25%. Lodging which exceeds the federal per diem rate in excess of 25% must be justified by the traveler on the travel expense statement.
State employees should not be charged county or municipal excise tax on lodging when staying within the state. Employees are required to submit a copy of the hotel/motel excise tax exemption form when they register at a hotel/motel. This form is located online at: http://www.busfin.uga.edu/forms/excise_exempt.pdf
UGA Travel Section
The Travel Reimbursement Section is responsible for processing all documents related to University employee business travel. These include requests for authority to travel, reimbursement requests, and travel agency billings. Each document is reviewed for proper approval, compliance with travel regulations and budgetary funding. All employee travel is subject to Board of Regents and University Travel Regulations.