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Question: Our company doesn't have one set of written travel guidelines. What is allowed for the production lab differs from what is allowed for the sales force or for an executive. Through the years, the company has grown, and administrative staff and managers have changed enough so that we lost the verbal guidelines once used. I have found four different documents that were written to cover different departments. I would like to pull them together into a company-wide guideline, but would like to see what other companies are using first.  -- Anonymous


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I work for a Federal agency and we have one travel agency that we all go through and they have all of the regulations. That way, when you call in and tell them where you are calling from, they automatically use the regulations that are set and there is no ambiguity.

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