To apply for a Travel Credit Card - print out and complete the two forms below.
Request and Authorization for Jefferson Lab Travel Credit Card (pdf)
Travel - Direct Deposit Authorization (pdf)
Send completed form(s) to Jenita Everett, Travel Supervisor, at Mail Stop 28B or drop them off at her office, Support Service Center, Room 6. If you have questions, Jenita can be reached at extension 7438 or email@example.com.
PLEASE read the Travel Credit Card policy in the Administrative Manual, 402-06 before accepting the travel credit card.
US Bank AccessOnline Self-registration
US Bank Incident Report Form
For employees and users with access to the internal JLab website the JLab Travel Policy is part of the CFO under “Travel”. This document is intended to answer questions that may not be detailed in the policy.
Click on the desired topic for specific questions.
Odds 'n Ends
If there are still questions call Travel Services: Jenita at ext. 7438, Kim at ext. 7838, or Adriane at ext. 7987.
Questions can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What authorization is required before an airline ticket can be purchased?
Domestic - There must be an approved Travel Authorization (TA) in the system that has an estimated cost for airfare that is within 25% of the actual airfare being purchased. If this is a self- purchased ticket, per tr...
Travel Policy 402-03-A.1 Change effective August 1, 2017
Electronic Expense Report:
Travel Coordinator / ER Preparer Information
Electronic Expense Report (ER) Process for Visitors
Please review the JLabAdmin Manual Policy 402.02 on Foreign Travel....
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