There are currently no international travel restrictions mandated by UNO or the UL System; however, a traveler must obtain approval in advance from the President's Office for all International Travel. The approval is documented on a Workday Spend Authorization. To ensure the Spend Authorization is routed for proper the approvals, "International City" must be selected as the destination on the Spend Authorization.
International travelers will be reimbursed based on the U.S. Department of State per diem rates for meals and lodging.
Airfare: The rules for international air travel are slightly different than the rules for domestic air travel. Before a flight is reserved, please read the detailed travel regulations about this subject: PPM-49.
Communication: For international travel, up to $10 for personal calls upon arrival at each destination and up to $10 for personal calls every second night after the first night if the travel extends several days.
Vehicle Rental: There are no state contracts with rental companies for international vehicle rentals. Compact or midsize class sizes are required. Certain vehicle insurances are allowed for international vehicle rentals. Please refer to PPM-49 for details as to which rental insurances are allowed.