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Maybe I am not understanding your intentions, but ut is not clear why you are introducing additional hurdles above and beyond the existing ones. We already abide by the SFC travel policies. Why have the oversight board also review receipts? This had been one domain where the SFC had been willing to work directly with community members. Why would we impose the oversight board between the traveler and the SFC? --Walter (talk) 16:52, 22 September 2017 (EDT)

I limited to paste the Approvals chapter of the new Travel Policy and exchange the word PLC for SLOBs. Here the original Approval chapter:

"Travelers traveling on behalf of a Project must seek approvals and submit expense reports to their PLC. PLCs are to review those expense reports and pass them along to Conservancy’s accounting office for final approval and reimbursement.

Travelers traveling on behalf of Conservancy must seek approvals from Conservancy’s Executive Director, and submit expense reports to Conservancy’s accounting office for reimbursement." Laura Vargas (talk) 18:11, 26 September 2017 (EDT)