What qualifies as an "honorarium".....
- a lecture or talk
- a colloquium
- an address
- Grand Round
- or a continuing education presentation or similar activity given to students, staff, faculty, and/or the public at large.
Payments to companies or other institutions are not honorariums.
"Personal Services" are not considered honorariums. Personal services or consulting services, as they are commonly called, include a variety of professional and technical services that are purchased by the UW such as:
|actuarial services||marketing services|
|consulting /advising||organizational assessment|
|design services||performance fees (excluding UW students)|
|editing / reviewing||programming and organizational development|
|environmental planning||quality assurance|
|facilitating||research & scientific studies|
|financial and economic analysis||statistical analysis|
|interpreter services||strategic planning|
|management consulting||video production services|
How to Pay an Honorarium....
...Is the payment under $10,000 or over $10,000?
(Note: A Supplier Registration Form (SRF) is not required with a check request form)
If the payment is over $10,000, a PAS requisition , an invoice from the recipient and/or an Invoice Voucher (UoW 1730) as well as an Honoraria Checklist for Invited Guest Speakers form (UoW 1631) are required.
(Note: If the honorarium recipient is not already listed in the PAS vendor file, please instruct the recipient to complete the Supplier Registration Form (SRF) to include with the above documents)
...Is the payment to multiple presenters for the same event?
...Is the payment to a foreign national?
...Are you reimbursing travel expenses related to the honorarium?