GUIDELINES FOR CARL INTEREST GROUP REIMBURSEMENT
I. Interest Groups receive the following support from CARL:
- supplies of CARL mailing labels;
- seed money for programming;
- partial subsidizing of programs at the discretion of the Executive
- CARL stationery;
- CARL membership forms;
- travel expenses according to the following guidelines;
- support for special projects according to the guidelines stated below.
II. Reimbursement for transportation to meetings.
Chapter finances permitting, the following guidelines will be followed
for the reimbursement of travel expenses for statewide meetings of CARL
Interest Group Officers:
- a. Full reimbursement of airline flight expenses will be made for officers
of Interest Groups; expenses for officers driving to meetings will be reimbursed
at the rate of $0.20 per mile for every mile over 100 miles.
- b. The above reimbursement will be made to each Interest Group a maximum
of one time per year.
- c. The above reimbursement will not apply to attendance at statewide
meetings held at the CLA annual conference.
- d. It is expected that statewide meetings of an Interest Group will
be located so as to reduce expenses as much as possible.
III. Special Projects
Chapter finances permitting, the CARL Executive Board will consider the
financing of Interest Group special projects according to the following
- 1. The principal criterion for deciding to fund a proposal will be
how well it meets any or all of the objectives of CARL, as stated in the
CARL Constitution, Article III, Sec. 1.
- 2. Another criterion for funding decisions will be the state of the
- 3. Proposals for special projects should be submitted to the Executive
Board in writing and include detailed information on estimated costs and
- 4. The Executive Board may suggest that alternative sources of funding
for a special project, such as ACRL, be considered before a decision is
made to fund all or part of a proposal.
[Presumed date: 1986]