Flying High With Government Travel

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Flying High With Government Travel: 

Flying High With Government Travel Nail your landing in Sacramento

Welcome Aboard SGMP Airways: 

Welcome Aboard SGMP Airways With Service to Sacramento

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways : 

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways Each person at your Gate (table) is a member of your team. Teams are encouraged to work together for successful flights. You may use any resources located on your table to improve your teams’ aircraft flight characteristics, however disassembly and reconstruction of the aircraft is prohibited

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways : 

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways Once your group is confident of the answer to our Captain’s questions, write your answer on an obviously visible surface of any one of your aircraft and send it to the airport. *Limit one aircraft landing attempt per question* Only those aircraft successfully landing at the airport will have their answers scored. A correct answer moves you one click closer to Sacramento International Airport (SMF) and the 2005 SGMP National Conference.

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways : 

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways All decisions and rulings of the Captain, Flight Attendant, and Ground Crew are final. Those passengers wishing to contest the rulings of SGMP Airways may consult with the Captain after the flight. Approaching the flight deck, harassing or intimidating the staff, or tampering with aircraft in ways other than those previously outlined is strictly prohibited and grounds for immediate ejection from the flight without refund.

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways : 

Welcome aboard SGMP Airways The first team to reach Sacramento International Airport (SMF) shall be declared the winner. Please turn your attention to our flight attendant as she reviews important information with our passengers.

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Using the Formula for Break even analysis of : Registration Fee = Total Fixed Cost + Total Variable Costs Number of Attendees What would your registration fee need to be if your total fixed cost were $1600, your variable cost were $10 / person, and you were expecting 160 attendees?

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Using the Formula for Break even analysis of : Registration Fee = Total Fixed Cost + Total Variable Costs Number of Attendees What would your registration fee need to be if your total fixed cost were $1600, your variable cost were $10 / person, and you were expecting 160 attendees? $20.00 Registration fee = (1600+160(10)/ 160

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When paying for services via the internet, what are the three methods of payment accepted?

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When paying for services via the internet, what are the three methods of payment accepted? Travel Charge Card, Small Purchase Charge Card, Personal Credit Card.

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The number of people you can comfortably seat at a 60-inch (five foot) round table for banquet seating is:

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The number of people you can comfortably seat at a 60-inch (five foot) round table for banquet seating is: Eight

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The agency head is allowed to approve reimbursements in advance for lodging up to _______% over the guidelines if warranted.

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The agency head is allowed to approve reimbursements in advance for lodging up to _______% over the guidelines if warranted. 50%

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In auditorium or theater style seating, the first row of chairs should be no closer than six feet from the edge of the platform or stage, or _________ times the vertical dimension of the projection screen.

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In auditorium or theater style seating, the first row of chairs should be no closer than six feet from the edge of the platform or stage, or _________ times the vertical dimension of the projection screen. Two

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On a travel departure or return date, _______% of the meals per diem is reimbursed.

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On a travel departure or return date, _______% of the meals per diem is reimbursed. 75%

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The minimum width of table to be used in classroom style seating is _______ inches.

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The minimum width of table to be used in classroom style seating is _______ inches. 18

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Sam went to Williamsburg on the following travel schedule in January: Monday – Travel, Tuesday-Wednesday – Business, Thursday, Travel. How much is Sam allowed in ME&I reimbursements?

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Sam went to Williamsburg on the following travel schedule in January: Monday – Travel, Tuesday-Wednesday – Business, Thursday, Travel. How much is Sam allowed in ME&I reimbursements? $150.50 43 x 2 = 86 43 x 2 x .75 = 64.50 64.50 + 86.00 = 150.50

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General classroom style setups require ________ square feet of floor space per attendee.

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General classroom style setups require ________ square feet of floor space per attendee. 17-22

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Nancy opted to take her personal vehicle on state business. Her trip took her 250 miles total. How much reimbursement is she eligible for?

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Nancy opted to take her personal vehicle on state business. Her trip took her 250 miles total. How much reimbursement is she eligible for? $47.50 250 x $0.19 = 47.50

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The minimum table top length per attendee for a conference or classroom style set up should be no less than ____________ inches per attendee.

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The minimum table top length per attendee for a conference or classroom style set up should be no less than ____________ inches per attendee. 24 inches.

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Paul commutes 50 miles (100 miles round trip) for work. On business in a personal vehicle, he drove 85 miles one way for a conference. How many miles is he eligible to get reimbursed?

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Paul commutes 50 miles (100 miles round trip) for work. On business in a personal vehicle, he drove 85 miles one way for a conference. How many miles is he eligible to get reimbursed? 70 miles 85 x 2 = 170 miles 170 – 100 (roundtrip commute) = 70

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In order to allow suitable access for wheelchair bound attendees to a stage, ramps must rise no more than ______ inches per foot of run.

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In order to allow suitable access for wheelchair bound attendees to a stage, ramps must rise no more than ______ inches per foot of run. 3 inches rise per foot of run

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For parking and tolls, a receipt is required if the individual claim is greater than ______.

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For parking and tolls, a receipt is required if the individual claim is greater than ______. $10.00

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A room rate that includes breakfast and dinner is referred to as the _______________.

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A room rate that includes breakfast and dinner is referred to as the _______________. Modified American Plan

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Nate purchased a flight on his personal credit card three months in advance. His statement came the next month, which he promptly paid. When will Nate be reimbursed for the flight expenses?

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Nate purchased a flight on his personal credit card three months in advance. His statement came the next month, which he promptly paid. When will Nate be reimbursed for the flight expenses? Following the dates of travel which the ticket was purchased for.

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You would need how many bartenders to service a reception with 200 attendees?

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You would need how many bartenders to service a reception with 200 attendees? Two.

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The standard lodging rate for in state is:

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The standard lodging rate for in state is: $60.00 / night.

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The first news release for an annual meeting should be released _______ weeks from the planned start date.

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The first news release for an annual meeting should be released _______ weeks from the planned start date. 40 weeks.

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Vince stays in Norfolk for a conference from April 4 through April 9 (five nights). How much is he allowed in hotel stay total?

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Vince stays in Norfolk for a conference from April 4 through April 9 (five nights). How much is he allowed in hotel stay total? $505.00 (5 x $101.00)

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A service style where food is brought to the table on a tray, presented to the host who either cuts the food him / herself or chooses to have it done by a server with sides placed in bowls or on the table for guests to serve themselves is best described as ___________ Service.

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A service style where food is brought to the table on a tray, presented to the host who either cuts the food him / herself or chooses to have it done by a server with sides placed in bowls or on the table for guests to serve themselves is best described as ___________ Service. English

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James works from his office six hours of overtime on a state holiday. How much meal allowance does he earn?

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James works from his office six hours of overtime on a state holiday. How much meal allowance does he earn? $5.00

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Rank the following three types of breakfast options from lowest to highest cost. Full Service Full Buffet Continental Deluxe Continental

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Rank the following three types of breakfast options from lowest to highest cost. Full Service Full Buffet Continental Deluxe Continental C, D, A, B

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Margie drove her car to a conference due to lack of availability of a state vehicle. The conference was 100 miles one way. How much is she reimbursed?

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Margie drove her car to a conference due to lack of availability of a state vehicle. The conference was 100 miles one way. How much is she reimbursed? $65.00 100 miles x 2 200 x $.325

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Using the formula for return on investment (ROI) of: ROI= Net Function Income Total function Expenses What would the ROI, expressed as a percentage of expenses be if an event grosses $100,000 in revenue, and incurs $60,000 of expenses?

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Using the formula for return on investment (ROI) of: ROI= Net Function Income Total function Expenses What would the ROI, expressed as a percentage of expenses be if an event grosses $100,000 in revenue, and incurs $60,000 of expenses? 66.7% ROI = $100,000 - $60,000 $60,000 ROI = $40,000 $60,000 ROI = .667 x 100

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A publication binding process which glues the pages together is know as: Perfect Binding Book Binding Spine Adhesion Binding Spiral Binding

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A publication binding process which glues the pages together is know as: Perfect Binding Book Binding Spine Adhesion Binding Spiral Binding

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Five forms of public transportation are:

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Five forms of public transportation are: Rental car Plane Train Bus Taxi / Shuttle

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Public transportation rates are prohibited to exceed those for __________.

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Public transportation rates are prohibited to exceed those for __________. Tourist or Coach Class.

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The general ratio for ADA requires for accessible parking is one accessible space per every ________ total parking spaces.

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The general ratio for ADA requires for accessible parking is one accessible space per every ________ total parking spaces. 25

Slide66: 

Henry is renting a car as a State employee for a conference to travel while not in sessions. The salesman is pushing for him to get insurance on the vehicle. As a state employee, Henry knows good policy, and (accepts / declines) the insurance.

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Henry is renting a car as a State employee for a conference to travel while not in sessions. The salesman is pushing for him to get insurance on the vehicle. As a state employee, Henry knows good policy, and (accepts / declines) the insurance Declines

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A beverage service that issues its guests a specific number of tickets for drinks, then requires the guests to purchase additional drinks is referred to as a _____________ bar.

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A beverage service that issues its guests a specific number of tickets for drinks, then requires the guests to purchase additional drinks is referred to as a _____________ bar. Combination

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The distance a projector should be placed from the projection screen is at least ________ times the width of the screen.

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The distance a projector should be placed from the projection screen is at least ________ times the width of the screen. 1.5

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The place, office, or building where the traveler performs his / her duties on a routine basis is called the ______________.

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The place, office, or building where the traveler performs his / her duties on a routine basis is called the ______________. Base Point.

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Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) certification must be renewed every _______ years.

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Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) certification must be renewed every _______ years. Five

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The area within a 25 mile radius of an employee’s designated base point is the ______________.

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The area within a 25 mile radius of an employee’s designated base point is the ______________. Official Station

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Welcome to Sacramento!

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