Original Issuance Date: July 1, 2015
Last Revision Date:
The purpose of this practice directive is to provide guidance and outline the parameters related to relocation (household moves) and temporary or indefinite work assignments.
Wis. Stat. § 230.047 outlined the procedures for temporary interchange of state personnel. Intergovernmental cooperation, including that specified in the Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 1970, is an essential factor in resolving problems affecting the State. The interchange of personnel on a temporary basis between and among governmental agencies at the same or different levels of government and with institutions of higher education is a significant factor in achieving such cooperation.
Effective July 1, 2015, UW System institutions maintained the authority to temporarily interchange employees as outlined in this policy.
Please see SYS 1225, General Terms and Definitions, for a list of general terms and definitions.
4. Practice Directive
UW System Administrative Policy 240, Relocation (Household Moves) and Temporary or Indefinite Work Assignments, outlines the parameters for reimbursement of relocation expenses of new, reemployed, or presently employed employees assigned to new locations and how the reimbursement may be authorized.
5. Related Documents
UW System Administrative Policy 240, Relocation (Household Moves) and Temporary or Indefinite Work Assignments
Regent Policy Document 21-5, University Travel Policies
UW System Administrative Policy 324, Inter-Institutional Financial Transactions
UW System Administrative Policy 405, Travel and Expense – General Travel & Expense Policy
UW System Administrative Policy 1236, Temporary Interchange