UCLA Revises Travel Rules After Investigation

February 6, 2014

The University of California at Los Angeles has revised its travel guidelines in the wake of an investigation by the Center for Investigative Reporting. The California-based news organization uncovered top officials bending travel rules to fly in business or first class and staying in luxury hotels. The revised rules, announced in an internal email from UCLA’s provost late last month, are designed to ensure employees make “prudent” arrangements. The internal email was first reported on and posted online by the UCLA student newspaper.

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