As a result of State Assembly Bill 1887, the State of California prohibits travel to certain states and is restricted from requiring employees to travel to those states. CSU travelers seeking authorization and reimbursement to travel to a state listed below should follow current authorization protocol and provide request to the division vice president.
The travel restrictions are as follows:
Exceptions to the travel prohibitions and the complete list of restricted states will be maintained on the CA State Attorney General's website. Unless one of the exceptions listed is met and documented on the expense claim, the University will not pay for any expenses when traveling to a restricted state.
Specific information about the travel ban, including exceptions and FAQ’s, can be found at the California State Attorney General’s website at State of California Department of Justice AB1887.
Also, as part of the revised travel policy, all relocation expenses are approved by the campus president.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, the standard mileage rates for the use of a personal vehicle is:
If an employee elects to drive vs flying, they may be reimbursed for the lesser amount “Airfare in lieu of mileage”. The employee needs to obtain a price quote from the airlines, minimum 21 day advance quote and attach it to their claim. If someone within the department is also traveling to the business conference by airlines, you may also use their ticket as a price comparison.