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Concur NextGen User Interface for Expense and Request Coming 09.01.2022
Effective September 1, 2022, the University the Cincinnati will be transitioning to a new user interface for Concur Expense and Request called NextGen UI. The new user interface will change the look and some functionality to a more efficient way to create, modify, and submit Expenses and Requests in Concur.
Several guides have already been posted on the Central Travel Site. Please go to Guides and Video Resources to explore the following:
- NextGen UI for Concur Request
- Completing a Missing Receipt Declaration (NextGen UI)
- Guest Reimbursements Guide (NextGen UI)
- NextGen Expense UI User Guide
- Reducing Per Diem Reimbursement (NextGen UI)
The University of Cincinnati (UC) Central Travel Resources department is here to help you through a worry-free trip. We have guides, videos, and team members readily available to assist with creating travel requests, booking travel, completing expense reports, and anything else travel and expense-related.
This public site has a specific seleciton of resources—we recommend visiting our Travel Resources Bearcats Landing page for a complete list of resources and news posts. If you cannot access Bearcats Landing, please reference the resources on this site and if you still have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
Concur is the university's travel and expense system. Concur serves as a tool for all employees and guests of UC who participate in university-sponsored travel and/or use of purchasing cards.
Concur Use Cases
- Booking UC-related travel
- Reporting transactions on a university purchasing card
- Seeking reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses
- Approving any of the above
Announcements and Reminders
UC is now returning to its standard approval process for faculty and staff seeking to travel abroad on UC business. With increasingly relaxed COVID entry requirements abroad and the removal of the requirement to show proof of a negative COVID test for re-entry into the United States, UC will no longer require an approval to travel internationally on business from the Vice Provost of UC International.
Moving forward, approval to travel internationally should be obtained through your normal unit and/or college processes and through Concur. All student travel abroad still requires a registration process with UC International, as outlined in the UC Student Travel Policy.
We are pleased to announce our new duty of care partnership with Terra Dotta. Terra Dotta is a long-time trusted partner for our Study Abroad program, and they recently created the option to expand our use of their services. Going forward, travelers will see communications from Terra Dotta before their trips, including health and safety information for their destination. For those interested, there will also be instructions to download their AlertTraveler app. Terra Dotta will send travelers notifications of any emergencies at their location and provide tools for our Travel and Risk Management teams to communicate as needed with travelers during any events. Travelers can also use the AlertTraveler app to report any incidents they need assistance with. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Federally Compliant ID Cards
As of May 3, 2023, TSA will require a federally compliant driver license, identification card or another acceptable form of identification (such as a US passport or military ID) to fly within the U.S. Visit the Ohio BMV site for more info.