NSSC International Travel Guidance
NSSC International Request Form: International travel request forms are to be completed by NSSC Faculty members. Please note that all international travel requires prior approval from NNSA. Do not make any travel arrangements until you have received confirmation that your travel request has been approved.
Travel Resources (University of California, Berkeley ONLY)
- NSSC3 Travel Guide – Review this guide before you book your travel to ensure that your travel costs will be covered.
- NSSC3 Travel Request Form – Use this form to formally request that NSSC pay for the cost of your trip. After submitting the form you will need to wait for approval from NSSC that your travel costs will be covered.
- Direct Bill ID Request Form – Once your travel is approved, if you would like for your flight costs to be paid directly by UCB submit this form. The alternative is to book your own flights and be reimbursed after your trip.
- Travel Reimbursement Forms – After your trip you will need to fill out and submit this form to be reimbursed for your travel costs. Refer to the NSSC Travel Guide (Step 1) for instructions on how to fill out and submit this form.
Acknowledgements & Disclaimer
Acknowledgements: This material is based upon work supported by the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration through the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium under Award Number(s) DE-NA0003996.
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