A lot has happened with the Concur Travel System project since the last general update in April, when the Phase 0 Pilot kickoff occurred. Phase 0 marked the first time any Cornell traveler used Concur.
On January 25, 2017, Robin Yager, Concur Project Functional Lead, and Dan Dwyer, Concur Project Director, provided an update about the project at a CIT town meeting. A presentation similar to this will be made to other phase 1 pilot participants over the next few weeks.
The project implementing the Concur travel system is in the first stages of training and testing with a pilot group of representatives from Alumni Affairs and Development, CIT, DFA, and ILR. Between now and mid-February 2017, pilot testers will experience the different aspects of Concur; training
KFS, e-SHOP, Travel, Procurement Gateway and PCard Receipt Submission will be unavailble from 6:00 p.m., Friday, December 2, until approximately 6:00 p.m., Saturday, December 3, so that the KFS application and database can be migrated to a cloud server.
In the spring of 2017, the university will begin implementing Concur, a one-stop, web-based, leading-edge travel solution that enables users to address all travel-related tasks, from booking reservations to filing for reimbursements.
Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport runway will be closed for resurfacing from July 8 through July 23, 2016. During that time, ground transportation between the Ithaca and Syracuse airports will be available from Ithaca Airline Limousine.
The Travel Advance Form allows faculty, staff members, and students to request a cash advance for travel expenses in circumstances when they would encounter a hardship when paying out-of-pocket expenses while on or before travel, or when expenses cannot be paid for with a direct payment or Cornel
On Sunday, January 10, 2016, the Online Travel Application (Travel Reimbursement System) is moving to new infrastructure. This move will take an extended period of time; therefore, the application will be unavailable from 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.