Human Trafficking Prevention Training Certification
Beginning January 1, 2022, all in-state lodging providers must complete the Iowa Department of Public Safety’s Human Trafficking Prevention Training Certification to receive public funds for state employee lodging, conferences, meetings, banquets, or any state-funded event.
This change will affect in-state travel for Iowa State University as well as the other Regents institutions. If your lodging provider is not certified, and state funding is being utilized, you will not be reimbursed for your expenses from that provider. Travelers should check with https://stophtiowa.org/certified-locations before booking travel arrangements. If your desired location is not listed on the website, please contact the location and request that they complete the training before your scheduled stay.
Iowa State University will return to pre-pandemic policies and practices for domestic travel effective January 1st, 2022. Travelers will be encouraged to adhere to CDC guidance for domestic travel. COVID exceptions previously granted would expire, with travel allowances and reimbursements returning to normal ISU travel policy guidelines.
COVID-19 Related Travel Guidance
Most staff within the Controller’s Department are currently working remotely. For assistance with any questions please reach out to the individual directly via email.
If you are unsure of the specific individual to contact, please utilize the following email
addresses to contact the appropriate department and someone will get back to you: