Accounts Payable & Travel
UAA Accounts Payable News
Please send all travel related emails to our new travel email address: email@example.com.
Single-Use Account Payments
The University of Alaska Single Use Accounts (SUA) payment solution is a strategic initiative aimed at replacing check payments by card. By enabling vendors to receive payments for outstanding invoices from University of Alaska via credit card, vendors will realize faster payments, improved cash flow and reduced paperwork. To learn more about how Single-Use Accounts works, the many benefits of accepting payments by credit card, and answers to frequently asked questions about Single-Use Accounts, please click here or copy and paste the following url into your browser: https://commercial.jpmorganchase.com/pages/commercial-banking/services/ts-single-use-accounts
UAA Travel News
As of July 1, 2014, the use of TEM is required for all employee travel. Travel Regulations for travel commencing on or after May 1, 2013:
|Travel Regs (PDF)||Summary of changes (PDF)|
Per Diem for Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and their surrounding communities is $60/per
day. Per Diem rates for other locations can be found by going to http://www.alaska.edu/files/
Useful Links and Resources
TEM is where travelers and delegates can create and submit travel documents. It can be accessed through the above link or your UAOnline account.
Workflow is where approvers can review, approve, deny, or return travel documents for correction. It can be accessed through the above link, UAOnline, or Banner
Access the Statewide Travel Website for TEM documentation & training materials, security access forms, and more.
Access Travel and Transportation Safety information, such as the UA Transportation Guide and guidance on when to rent a vehicle for University business, on the Environmental, Health & Safety and Risk Management Support website.
Access the UA Accounting and Administrative Manual for information regarding account codes, program codes, and various policies and procedures to aid in the preparation and processing of accoutning transactions.
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