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XIV. REFERENCES

  1. Executive Orders

    • EO – 37, Authorization and Appointment of State College Presidents to Approve Sabbatical Leaves
    • EO – 181, Provisions for Extension and Summer Sessions Independent Study Programs Involving Foreign Travel
    • EO – 688, Delegation of Authority – Approval of Travel Requests
    • EO – 715, California State University Risk Management Policy
    • EO – 731, Designation of Chief Financial Officer
    • EO – 760, Procurement Cards
    • EO – 842, Competitive Bid of Goods & Services
    • EO – 849, CSU Insurance Requirements
    • EO – 1000, Delegation of Fiscal Authority and Responsibility
    • EO – 1041, CSU Student Travel Policy
    • EO – 1069, Risk Management
  2. Integrated CSU Administrative Manual (ICSUAM)

    • Policy 1201.00, Intercollegiate Athletics Administration
    • Policy 1205.00 Group Travel
    • Policy 3130.01 Accounts Receivable Management
    • Policy 3601.01, CSU Travel Policy
  3. Coded Memoranda

  4. Collective Bargaining Agreements

  5. Per Diem Rates

    Maximum Travel per Diem Allowances for Foreign Areas, Section 925, Supplement to the Standardized Regulations, (Government Civilians, Foreign Areas) U.S. State Department.

    Prescribed Maximum Per Diem Rates for Continental US, GSA Office of Government-wide Policy

    Official Department of Defense Overseas/Other than Continental U.S. per Diem Rates, Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Allowance Committee

  6. Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

    • IRS Publication 15-B, Employer’s Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits for tax reporting requirements
    • IRS Publication 463, Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses
    • IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education
    • IRS Revenue Procedure 98-25, 1998-1 CB 689, Automatic Data Processing Records
    • IRS Revenue Procedure 97-22, 1997-13IRB, Electronic Record Retention Rules
    • IRS Revenue Code, Title 26 Section 117, Qualified Scholarship
    • IRS Revenue Code, Title 26 Section 162, Trade or Business Expenses
  7. Other

  8. For any errors or omissions, CSULB will defer to the system wide CSU Travel Policy/Procedures that may be found on the Chancellor’s Office Web site http://calstate.edu/ICSUAM/