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Colleges and universities are implementing a wide variety of travel-expense strategies to protect their resources and reputation
4/23/2015
Enabling employee professional development and research-related travels without placing undue strain on the budget
4/23/2015
Some tips for prevent policies from being manipulated
Working together, campus buyers and facilities staff can ensure that dollars for equipment needs are wisely spent.
3/24/2015
Pricey equipment purchases can cost even more when the facilities department isn’t involved to ensure installation and maintenance realities are realized
While each campus is unique, an audit may reveal surprising  information about the many places credit cards are accepted as  payment. (Click to enlarge)
2/3/2015
Driven by a desire to limit risk, banks put campus credit card data security under the microscope

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12/1/2014
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12/1/2012
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4/1/2012
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Russ Gerry, a senior at Dowling, serves on the Student Government Association as vice president of finance.