The following information may be helpful as you book travel within the Concur Travel & Expense System:
The PSC website contains information on procurement policies, procedures, and instructions.
The Travel Card is used by the cardholder to pay for most of his or her University travel-related expenses. It can also be used to pay for most non-employee University travel-related expenses. (It cannot be used to pay for another employee's travel.) Online training is required before the Travel Card can be issued. The Travel Card application is available on the PSC Forms page.
You should set your profile with your travel information, email preferences, and expense delegates and travel arrangers (if any). Be sure to obtain the Travel Card, see above, to book lodging through Concur. Refer to the Step-by-Step Guides available on the Concur Travel & Expense System Learning Resources page, under Profile & E-Receipts, for further information.
Travel arrangers can book travel through Concur - and expense delegates can help process travel and Procurement Card transactions - on behalf of others. One person can have both roles. There are step-by-step instructions for identifying travel arrangers and expense delegates.
And remember: You can tell whether you are an expense delegate, travel arranger, or both by how your home page appears once you select a name from your Delegate dropdown.
Detailed Step-by-Step Guides are available on the Concur Learning Resources page, specifically:
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