It is the intent of Duke to reimburse travelers for necessary and reasonable expenses incurred while traveling on Duke related business. Reimbursement of travel expenses will be fair and equitable; it is Duke's expectation that employees and students should neither lose nor gain financially when traveling on official business. Duke is not obligated to reimburse employees or students for expenses that are not in compliance with Duke's policy.

Management centers, schools, or departments may choose to impose greater control than required at the corporate level, but their requirements, at a minimum, should include Duke's corporate requirements.

News & Events

2020 IRS Mileage Allowance

January 1, 2020

The standard mileage rate will decrease to 57.5¢ per mile for business miles driven beginning January 1, 2020, down from 58¢ in 2019...

Concur-New Online Expense Report Initiative

July 29, 2019

Duke Finance is excited to announce an upcoming technology initiative for a new Online Expense Report process.

Employee Travel and Reimbursement Fiscal Year End Updates FY 2019

April 30, 2019

Updates for the 2019 fiscal year end process...

Corporate Card Information

For information regarding the Corporate Card, please refer to the Corporate Card website.

Departmental TRaC Representative

For information related to your departmental liaison to Employee Travel & Reimbursement, please refer to the Departmental TRaC Representatives webpage.

Military Time Conversion Chart

If you need assistance in converting time to 24-hour time, please refer to this chart.

Preferred Travel Services

If you are seeking information on Duke's preferrred travel services, please refer to the Procurement website.