Travel Announcements

With the holiday season comes the natural desire to provide gifts, cards and other social amenities. Business Services reminds departments of UB’s guiding principles for appropriate and reasonable expenditures.
UB has partnered with EthicsPoint, a third-party hotline and secure website that provides a confidential reporting mechanism to advance our university's safety, security and ethical practices.
UB Business Services received the green light to begin improvements to eProcurement and eTravel processes.
UB's Approval Authority Policy provides guidance on the delegation and assignment of authority to approve transactions.
UB Business Day, presented by Business Services, will be held on March 7, 2017 at the Buffalo Marriott Niagara at 1340 Millersport Highway in Amherst, New York. 
Sponsored Projects Services (SPS) is moving to the new Research Support Hub at The Commons on the north campus on Friday Oct. 7. 
The General Services Administration (GSA) announced the lodging and meal per diem reimbursement rates for fiscal year 2017. The rates are effective for travel beginning Oct. 1, 2016.
Secure Flight is an airline passenger pre-screening program, implemented by the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA). To fulfill the program's requirements, UB travelers must provide specific information that matches the government-issued photo identification that will be used for travel before they arrive at the airport.
Statewide Financial System (SFS) is expected to be unavailable from March 30 through April 6, 2017 for State fiscal year-end processing.
Register now for Business Day 2017, the annual day of learning, information gathering and networking presented by Business Services, on Tuesday March 7 at the Buffalo Marriott Niagara. Registration is open through February 24th.
UB Business Day 2017, presented by Business Services, will be held on March 7 at the Buffalo Marriott Niagara in Amherst, NY.
The IRS announced the 2017 standard mileage rate for business use of a personal vehicle, which is based on an annual study of the costs of operating an automobile.