CPPR remote work policy

Overview   CPPR has an official remote work policy, which went into effect July 1, 2018. Process   Review the full policy. If you believe remote work would be beneficial to you and to your position, discuss with your supervisor. To finalize a remote work agreement,...

Lawrence hotels

Overview   Lawrence has a number of hotels with varying government rates available for out-of-town visitors, but it is preferred that we book with those that offer a KU discount.  Process   The Country Inn and Suites, 2176 East 23rd Street, offers a KU rate.  You may...

Declining balance p-cards

Overview   A single-trip declining balance p-card is used by employees who travel infrequently and do not need a standard p-card. CPPR only uses declining balance p-cards for UKANS funding.  Process   Work with your supervisor to determine whether you need a declining...

KU technology how-to

Overview   KU Technology’s how-to site provides a hub for all how-to-information on using technology at KU. The site has information on a variety of topics, from using Skype to connecting remotely via the VPN. HowTo.ku.edu Last Review/Update: November 2018  <...

New Employee Trello Board

Overview   CPPR has developed a new employee orientation guide in Trello (an online collaboration tool). The board gives new employees a resource for information about our center, processes, and resources. Process   A COAT member emails new employees with the Trello...

Calculating government rates

Overview  When traveling, CPPR staff must pay an authorized government rate for lodging, and they will receive per diem based on destination and time of arrival and departure.  Process  Per diem allowance covers meals, personal expenses, and tips while traveling on...