Mandating travel policy

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A "2" is usually assigned to non-NIH employee travelers such as visiting fellows, IRTAs, vendors, etc.

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3) The OD Executive Officer electronic certification as the traveler.

4) The Deputy Director for Management, NIH signature/certification as the Authorizing Official.

(An Administrative Officer from the Immediate Office of the Executive Officer may approve on-line to enter the document into the financial system).

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