Mileage reimbursements to increase – WSU Insider – WSU News

WSU employees who use their personal vehicles for work will be getting a bit more in mileage reimbursements with the latest revision to the Business Policies and Procedures Manual.
As part of the Jan. 14 revisions, the reimbursement rate for motor vehicles went from $0.56 to $0.585 per mile. Small increases were also made for privately-owned aircraft and motorcycles.
These changes come as a result of adjustments made by the Washington Office of Financial Management to the State Administrative and Accounting Manual.
The maximum reimbursement rate is set by the U.S. Treasury Department, which increased the rate as of Jan. 1.
The latest revisions to the BPPM also include changes to departmental requisitions and courier services, among others.
Last month, a long-awaited change to the Academic Media and Technology Services policy was made that added new information on available academic media and technology services at each campus across the WSU system.
All revisions made to university manuals dating back to when records were made available online in 1997 can be search and reviewed on the Office of Procedures, Records, and Forms website
Washington State University’s Community Standards boards are seeking new faculty and staff members from all disciplines at any campus location.
Washington State University’s Community Standards boards are seeking new faculty and staff members from all disciplines at any campus location.
The conference will provide a venue for experts and the public to discuss the issues of health justice and belonging within organizations and communities.
The National Institutes of Health grant will fund a train-the-trainer program that is recruiting scientists and educators to help shape the next generation of environmental health nurse scientists.
Professors Santanu Bose, Tom Kawula, Bernd Markus Lange, Jill McCluskey, and Katrina Mealey have all been elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The school will kick off its annual Hospitality Week Tuesday, March 8, featuring a lineup of events open to the public, including the Bellhop and celebration of new inductees into the SHBM Hall of Fame.
The tank that holds the research nuclear reactor will soon be coated with a new, flexible epoxy lining without the reactor ever having to leave its watery home on the Pullman campus.
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Washington State University’s Community Standards boards are seeking new faculty and staff members from all disciplines at any campus location.
The Washington State University Board of Regents unanimously voted to name the Pullman campus’ long-awaited indoor sports complex in honor of donors Scott and Lisa Taylor.

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