Haw. Code R. § 3-10-4 - Approval required for out-of-state and intrastate travel

Current through February, 2022

Unless otherwise directed by the governor, and except as otherwise prescribed by statute:

(1) A department head's written approval is required for out-of-state travel by any officer, employee, or other authorized representative of the department or of an agency under the department. The governor's written approval is required for out-of-state travel by a department head or the head of any other executive agency not under a department.
(2) Any delegation by a department head of authority to approve out-of-state travel (where a department head's approval is required) must be filed with the comptroller in writing.
(3) An amended approval for out-of-state travel is required whenever there is a change in the itinerary, dates, or purpose of the previously approved travel.
(4) Intrastate travel must be approved by the department head or as delegated by the department head.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 3-10-4
[Eff 6/01/81; am and comp JUL 23 1999] (Auth: HRS § 40-13) (Imp: HRS § 40-13)

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