Rochester Institute of Technology has made the decision to start controlling its corporate travel costs. A travel committee was formed and a group of five people have worked very hard to develop a system of controls on costs that is acceptable to the RIT community. One of the first needs of the travel committee was reliable information on which to base it's decisions. This project is to present to the RIT travel committee information received from the four designated travel agencies on specific dollar amounts spent for the period of July December 1992. The project will also make recommendations for new information not currently being received but vital to future efforts of the committee.
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School of Food, Hotel and Tourism Management (CAST)
Hoch, Kathryn, "A Case study: RIT's changing travel policy" (1993). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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