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March 2016 Government Travel Charge Card Bulletin

Published Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2016 12:30:01 CDT

The latest issue of the Government Travel Charge Card (CTCC) Bulletinfile is in adobe acrobat format is available.

In this issue:

  • ADTRAV-New TMC
  • Calling ALL Travelers
  • Travel Billed to Order
  • We Want Feedback
  • Good to Know
  • Filing Civilian Applications
  • Customized GTCC Reports
  • Update PNet Banner Page
  • In the Spotlight
  • DHS Post Payment Audits


Government Travel Charge Card Program and Reminders

Published Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2016 10:30:01 CDT

R 06 APR 16
BT
UNCLAS //N04600//
ALCGPSC 052/16

SUBJ: GTCC PROGRAM UPDATES AND PCS SEASON REMINDERS

A. Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) Program Policies and Procedures, COMDTINST M4600.18 (SERIES)

  1. This message seeks to raise awareness of general programmatic concerns and provide general guidance as we move into the summer transfer season.

  2. Travel Card Use. In general cardholders are required to use their travel card for all authorized, reimbursable travel expenses unless specifically exempt in Ref A. These exemptions include Temporary Duty (TDY) of more than 21 days, Permanent Change in Station (PCS) duration of over 15 days, cases where the card is not accepted by the vendor, or prohibited such as group meals where the check cannot be split. Provided below are specific examples where card use is not authorized:

    1. Permissive Orders. Permissive orders do not include reimbursement for travel expenses and therefore card use is prohibited.

    2. Team Gear or Equipment. Government material required by multiple members of a group or team is not considered a reimbursable travel expense for an individual member and must be paid for by other procurement methods.

    3. Tuition. While conference registration fees including those for training conferences are reimbursable travel expenses, tuition for regularly scheduled courses is not.

    4. Local Travel. The travel card can only be used when the cardholder has travel orders and is not authorized for local travel expenses.

    5. TDY Over 21 Days. For TDY travel over 21 days, the travel card shall not be used unless interim travel claims are submitted at least every 21 days which requires the travel orders to be document type 13 orders.

  3. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) Issues. Relocation to a new duty station can be both exciting and stressful on the member and the family. Provided below are a few helpful reminders to ensure cardholders use their travel card correctly during the move:

    1. Duration. If the duration of the PCS travel will exceed 15 days, including leave, compensatory absence, proceed-time, and temporary duty in conjunction with the PCS, the card shall not be used. This does not apply to Temporary Lodging Allowance (TLA). The card may be used to cover hotels and meals in conjunction with the TLA entitlement, but reimbursement claims must be submitted every 15 days to allow for timely payment of the GTCC bill. In the case of Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE), card use is subject to the 15-day rule addressed above. If PCS travel duration will exceed 15 days, ensure the traveler requests a travel advance to cover the expenses.

    2. Dependent Travel. The GTCC shall not be used for dependent travel expenses such as meals, lodging, and transportation tickets. Instead members should request travel advances and ensure their PCS travel orders authorize the use of the Centrally Billed Account (CBA) for dependent travel.

    3. Leisure in Conjunction with Official Travel. Use of the members GTCC or the CBA and the GSA contracted fares for travel other than between official duty stations is not authorized. Special rules and fare restrictions apply to leisure in conjunction with official travel. Travelers are encouraged to review the Leisure in Conjunction with Official Orders FAQ sheet available at www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/Traveler/LICWO-FAQ.pdf or contact their Servicing Personnel Office (SPO) prior to booking any leisure travel.

    4. Transportation of Household Goods. The GTCC is not authorized for the transportation of household goods (for example: U Haul rental), privately owned vehicles, mobile homes and boats per Ref A. This includes Personally Procured Moves (PPM).

    5. Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) Reservations. Personnel traveling into or out of Alaska via the AMHS ferry system are encouraged to review the current data on reservations and cancellation policies detailed on the following website - http://www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/Traveler/default_Traveler.asp
      #AMHS_Reservation_Policy_Change
      .

    6. Trailers/Recreational Vehicles (RV). Movement of a trailer (boat, camper, U Haul) or even driving an RV is not a reimbursable travel expense and therefore associated expenses are not authorized to be charged to the CBA or the Individually Billed Account. This is particularly important for travel within the northwest that involves the Alaska Marine Highway System. This would be considered part of a Do It Yourself (DITY) move and reimbursable under a separate process.

    7. Credit Limit Increases. As part of your travel preparations, travelers should verify that the credit limit on their GTCC is sufficient to meet their authorized, reimbursable travel expenses. Cardholders can view their credit limit in Direct Access under the Self-Service, Employee, View, My Credit Card Data or by contacting their Travel Manager who can also increase the limit if needed.

    8. Address Update. GTCC cardholders are reminded that they need to contact the bank following their PCS move to update their address in the bank system. The bank may be reached by calling the number on the back of the GTCC, 888-297-0781.

  4. All questions should be directed as follows:

    1. Cardholders shall direct GTCC questions to their unit GTCC Travel Manager. Members can determine who their supporting Travel Managers are under the contacts page located at www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/.

    2. GTCC Travel Managers: direct questions to Ms. Carlene Curry at 703-258-5996 or Evelyn.C.Curry@uscg.mil or Mr. Matt Ruckert at 703-201-3080 or Matthew.T.Ruckert@uscg.mil.

  5. Released: RDML M. T. Bell Jr., Commander, Personnel Service Center. The Service Center for Our Most Important Resource - Our People.

  6. Internet release is authorized.


Personally Procured Movements (PPM) of Household Goods (HHG)

Published Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2016 10:30:01 CDT

During the HHG peak season it may be difficult to secure a Government contracted transportation service provider (TSP) that meets everyone's desired packing, pick-up, and delivery dates. If a TSP cannot be contracted, or if a member prefers, they may perform a full or partial PPM and receive an incentive payment of 95 percent of what it would have cost to transport the member's HHG, not to exceed the member's authorized permanent change of station (PCS) weight allowances in one lot. Refer to ALCOAST 119/16; Personally Procured Movements (PPM) of Household Goods (HHG) for more information.


Defense Travel Management Office Allowances and Regulations Update

Published Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2016 10:30:01 CDT

The Defense Travel Management Office has updated the following information for 01 April 2016:

OCONUS Non-Foreign and Foreign Per Diem Rates
Overseas Housing Allowances (OHA)
Overseas Cost of Living Allowances (COLA)
Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) and Appendices

To access this information, visit the DTMO Website.


Transfer Season 2016 Household Goods (HHG) Shipping Information

Published Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2016 09:00:01 CDT

The 2016 HHG transportation season will be upon us soon, and whether a member is performing a long distance permanent change of station (PCS) move or a funded local move, HHG counseling is mandatory. To ensure members are aware of their HHG transportation entitlements, commands should ensure that all members departing on PCS orders, or separating from the Coast Guard receive a printed copy of ALCOAST 117/16; Transfer Season 2016 Household Goods (HHG) Shipping Information and Mandatory Customer Satisfaction Survey.


New Travel Management Center Contract Update

Published Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2016 10:31:01 CST

ALCGPSC 034/16, TRAVEL MANAGEMENT CENTER (TMC) CONTRACT AWARD -UPDATE #2, provides important information for Coast Guard traveler-s to use when making travel arrangements.


New Foreign Travel, Passports, and Visas Instruction Issued

Published Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2016 10:30:01 CST

ALCOAST 088/16 promulgates a complete revision of the Foreign Travel, Passports, and Visas Instruction.

The new instruction, Foreign Travel, Passports, and Visas, COMDTINST 5000.5G (Note: CG Portal Link, login required) updates the procedures required for the approval and execution of foreign travel. It implements the requirement to consult and adhere to the Foreign Clearance Guide prior to travel. The new instruction also updates the passport and visa application process.


February 2016 Government Travel Charge Card Newsletter

Published Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2016 10:30:01 CST

The latest issue of the Government Travel Charge Card (CTCC) Newsletterfile is in adobe acrobat format is available.

In this issue:

  • New TMC Contract
  • Prohibited Card Use
  • Close A GTCC Account
  • Good To Know
  • Application Processing
  • GTCC Mandated Training
  • Cash Advance Audits
  • In the Spotlight
  • Got Group Travel?


New Travel Management Center Migration Instructions

Published Date: Thu, 03 Mar 2016 10:30:01 CST

  1. BACKGROUND. ALCGPSC 023/16 announced that CG-912 awarded the CG TMC contract to ADTRAV Travel Management of Birmingham, AL. ADTRAV, who has proposed to use no subcontractors, is replacing CWTSATO and their subcontractors, Century Travel, Alshamel Travel, and Rodgers Travel. The contract requires ADTRAV to deliver 24x7 support to CG travelers via both the online booking tool and ADTRAV's Call Center.

  2. POLICY. On 2 March 2016, all official travel (e.g., airline, train, bus, ship, Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS), rental vehicle) must be arranged through ADTRAV in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) and the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR), even if a non-contract fare is being purchased. All reservations and travel ticketed prior to 2 March 2016 by CWTSATO or their subcontractors will be moved to and under the control of ADTRAV. Travelers should no longer contact SATO and only contact ADTRAV as of 02 March.

  3. TRAVELER PROFILES and ONLINE TOOLS. On-line booking of reservations is a major focus of DHS due to an Office of Inspector General Report dated April 2015 "OIG-15-80, DHS Should Do More to Reduce Travel Reservation Costs." Accordingly, travelers who are GTCC-holders should use the online, self-service option FIRST for planning and booking all TDY travel.

    ADTRAV will use the same online booking tool as SATO (i.e., GetThere) with a proprietary overlay system called REZDESK. As part of the transition all existing traveler profiles, which include usernames (i.e., USCG-EMPLID), travel card data, frequent flier numbers, DOD ID numbers/Known Traveler Number, Secure Flight Data, etc., have been transferred into ADTRAV's REZDESK/GETTHERE system. The REZDESK system provides a direct connection to the GETTHERE system without requiring a second log on. Further, changes made in either REZDESK or GETTHERE will automatically flow back to the other system. You are encouraged to log into the REZDESK system to activate your profile and verify your traveler profile was properly loaded and is up-to-date.

    Note - The initial log on to the RezDesk systems must be completed by connecting to - https://rezdesk.adtrav.com/USCG/Welcome where you will activate your profile and a new password will be sent to the e-mail address on file within your profile. Your logon/username for both the RezDesk and GetThere systems is USCG-1234567; where the #'s are replaced by your CG EMPLID number). For navigational help with RezDesk or GetThere, please call ADTRAV at 855-576-4781 and select option #1 or email them at rezsupport@adtrav.com.

  4. KNOWN CG BROWSER ISSUE. The GetThere system requires Internet Explorer Version 11 to be installed. This is a known issue which impacts the loading of GetThere on CG workstations, as detailed below. Note - This issue was present with SATO and is not the result of transitioning to ADTRAV.

    1. Internet Explorer Version 11. If GETTHERE is not working and the website fails to load, check to see if Internet Explorer 11 or later is installed on your CG workstation. You can check this by clicking on the "Tools" icon in the upper right corner of your browser window and then selecting "About Internet Explorer". If Internet Explorer11 is not installed see the below:

      Step 1: Open the Software Center (click Yes to the Microsoft Office Outlook Security Notice) to see if an advertisement for Internet Explorer 11 is on the Available Software page. If not, go to Step 2. Otherwise, highlight the advertisement and click the Install button that appears at the lower right of the page. Download and/or installation should proceed and complete. If it fails, try once more. If it fails again, go to step 2.

      Step 2: Submit a CGFixIT ticket citing IE 11s failure to install. Include your computer name and request confirmation of the integrity of your SCCM 2012 Client installation and configuration, and explain what your experience was with the Software Center. You can refer to ITOC Alert 001-16 as your justification instead of submitting an IT CCB request.
  5. ADTRAV CONTACT INFORMATION. See the GTCC websites below for ADTRAV's contact information including phone numbers, fax number to submit approved travel orders for charges to the centrally billed account, e-mail addresses, training material, and links with log on instructions to the REZDESK/GETTHERE site. These sites also include the new contract rates and statement of work with which ADTRAV is required to comply. In addition, the ADTRAV site provides a service feedback form for use in providing both positive and negative traveler feedback.

    http://www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/Traveler/default_Traveler.asp and http://www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/TMC/ADTRAV/default_ADTRAV.asp.

  6. WHO TO CONTACT WITH QUESTIONS. All questions should be directed to your local GTCC Travel Manager. You can determine who your supporting Travel Manager is by selecting the below link and then searching for your unit or parent unit under your specific ATU (i.e., District, Area, or HQ unit) - http://www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/contacts/default_Contacts.asp.


New WEB TPAX User Access form and Approving Official Designation Procedure

Published Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 14:30:01 CST

New Form

The TPAX/WINIATS USER ROLE DESIGNATION FORM CG-7421A (02/16) has been updated and published on our forms web page. This form now allows for electronic digital signatures. Simply e-mail the completed and digitally signed form to PPC-SMB-TpaxUserForms using the button on the form.

AO Memo Required

Effective immediately, all newly designated travel Authorizing/Approving Officials (AOs) MUST have the CG-7421A form and an AO designation Memo signed by the CO/OIC filed with PPC regardless of the type of claim they are approving. If a current form and designation memo is not on file, claims will not be processed and will be returned for valid AO signature. This written designation requirement will also apply to all AO's who need to submit a new CG-7421A form after 1 March 2016. This AO designation form MUST be electronically attached to the new CG-7421A form. You can locate this Authorizing/Approving Official Designation Memo at: www.uscg.mil/ppc/travel/AO_Designation_Memo.pdf.


PPC Travel eNewsletter February 2016

Published Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 11:30:01 CST

The February 2016 Travel eNewsletternewsletter in adobe acrobat pdf format is now available.

In this issue:

  • *New* CG-7421-A TPAX/WinIats User Role Designation form
  • *New* Travel Management Center
  • Travel Management Center (TMC) Contract Award FAQs
  • CY 2016 Mileage Rates
  • Advance System Errors
  • WEB TPAX PCS Advances
  • PCS Travel Advance - Do it Right the First Time
  • Shared Rooms -Military Travelers Only
  • Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) Policies and PCS
  • AO Reference Links
  • Fax numbers for PPC Travel

February 2016 Travel eNewsletternewsletter in adobe acrobat pdf format


New Travel Management Center (TMC) Contract

Published Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 09:30:01 CST

R 16 FEB 16
BT
UNCLAS //N04600//
ALCGPSC 023/16

SUBJ: NEW TRAVEL MANAGEMENT CENTER (TMC) CONTRACT AWARD

  1. On 28 January 2016, CG-912 awarded the CG TMC contract to ADTRAV Travel Management. ADTRAV is replacing CWT/SATO and their current subcontractors (Century Travel, Alshamel Travel, and Rodgers Travel) on 2 March 2016. No subcontractors are planned by ADTRAV. This contract requires the contractor to deliver 24x7 support to CG Travelers via both the online booking tool and the contractor's Call Center.

  2. Travelers should continue using SATO for all official travel requirements until 2 March 2016. This includes travel reservations for travel which will occur after 2 March 2016.

  3. Starting on 2 March 2016, all official travel (e.g. airline, bus, ship, Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS), rental vehicle) must be arranged through ADTRAV in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) and the Federal Travel Regulations (FTR), even if a non-contract fare is being purchased. All reservations and travel ticketed prior 2 March 2016 by CWT/SATO or their subcontractors will be moved to and under the control of ADTRAV. Travelers should no longer contact SATO and only contact ADTRAV starting on 2 March 2016.

  4. ADTRAV will be using the same online booking tool as SATO (i.e. GETTHERE) with a proprietary overlay system called REZDESK. As part of the transition all existing traveler profiles, which include usernames (i.e. EMPLID), passwords, frequent flier numbers, DOD ID numbers/Known Traveler Number, Secure Flight Data, etc., will be transitioned into ADTRAV's REZDESK/GETTHERE system. On or after 2 March 2016, travelers are encouraged to log into the REZDESK system to verify their traveler profile was properly loaded and is up-to-date. The REZDESK system provides a direct connection to the GETTHERE system without requiring a second log on. Changes made in either REZDESK or GETTHERE will automatically flow back to the other system.

  5. ADTRAV's contact information including phone numbers, fax number for submitting approved travel orders for charges to the centrally billed account, e-mail addresses, training material, and links with log on instructions to their REZDESK/GETTHERE site will be available on the GTCC website on 2 March 2016. This site will also include FAQs, the new contract rates and statement of work that the contractor is required to comply with. In addition, the ADTRAV site provides a service feedback form for use in providing both positive and negative traveler feedback. The updated Traveler and ADTRAV sites which will be available on 2 March 2016 are located at - http://www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/Traveler/default_Traveler.asp.

  6. All questions should be directed as follows:

    1. Traveler should direct questions to their unit GTCC Travel Manager. Members can determine who their supporting Travel Managers are under the contacts page located at http://www.uscg.mil/psc/bops/govtrvl/contacts/default_Contacts.asp.

    2. GTCC Travel Managers may direct questions to Mr. Matthew Ruckert at 703-201- 3080 or Matthew.T.Ruckert@uscg.mil or to Ms. Evelyn Curry at 703-258-5996 or Evelyn.C.Curry@uscg.mil

  7. Released by: RDML W. G. Kelly, Commander, Personnel Service Center. The Service Center for Our Most Important Resource - Our People.

  8. Internet release is authorized.

New Travel Management Center Frequently Asked Questionsfile in adobe acrobat file format


Alaska Ferry Reservation/Payment Process Update

Published Date: Tue, 09 Feb 2016 16:30:01 CST

The Government Travel Charge Care (GTCC) web site, Traveler Information page has been updated with Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) ferry reservation and payment process information.

UPDATE - Per the AMHS letter to the CGD17 Commander on 21 Dec 2015 an exception for military members seeking to make reservations for official Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders was provided.

  • Reservations without signed PCS Orders (more than 60 days ahead of travel) - Member's who are PCSing into or out of AK and desire to use the AMHS should call the AMHS Juneau Reservations Central Office at 1-800-642-0066 in order to complete the reservation. AMHS will hold the desired reservation until 60 days prior to the sailing date without payment. At 60 days before the sailing date, unless other arrangements are made by the military member, unpaid reservations will be automatically canceled to allow AMHS to sell that space in an effort to improve capacity utilization. Travelers should fax the travel orders to SATO with the AMHS Itinerary number noted as soon as they are available and then wait 30 to 60 minutes before calling SATO to finalize their AMHS reservations/booking. It is critical that this be done more than 60 days prior to the sailing date to avoid cancellation of the reservation. If there is anything on the itinerary that is not authorized on the travel orders (pet, trailer, etc.), the member must call AMHS after completing the transaction with SATO on the same day to make the rest of the payment on a personal credit card.

  • Reservations with signed PCS Orders - If travel is within 60 days or if you have not made reservations prior to receiving your signed PCS orders, the following process should be used. AMHS advised that payment needs to be made the same day the reservation is made. Therefore, USCG travelers should not contact AMHS directly for reservations. Travelers should fax the travel orders to SATO and then wait 30 to 60 minutes before calling SATO to make their AMHS reservations/booking. Travel orders will no longer require the AMHS itinerary numbers be listed.

Please refer to the GTCC web site, Traveler Information web page for ferry itinerary changes or reservation cancellation penalties.


Training for Passport Acceptance Agents Offered

Published Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2016 09:30:01 CST

Official Passport Acceptance Agent (OPPA) Certification Course

Commandant (CG-DCO-I-1), Department of State (DoS) and the Foreign Clearance Guide (FCG) will be hosting a three day Official Passport Acceptance Agent (OPPA) Certification Course March 15 - 17 2016 at USCG Headquarters, Washington, DC.

Annually the Coast Guard processes 3,500+ passports for official travel, with the majority of these passports originating from field units. Passport Agents work with local CG members to ensure that passport applications meet CG, DoS and FCG requirements before packages are submitted to CG-DCO-I-1 for processing. Without this face to face assistance to immediately correct errors, there could be significant delay in passport processing, as DoS is forced to return incorrect applications.

The OPPA training, which is conducted by DoS, FCG and CG-DCO-I-1 at USCGHQ, allows the CG to maintain a trained cadre of Passport Agents to supplant those lost through transfers and RELAD.

DCO-I considers this training vital to facilitating CG operations overseas including crewmember swaps, as well as LEDET, maintenance assist teams, and other operational and support teams.

Location of training: USCG Headquarters, Washington, DC.

Training times: 0800 - 1630

Target Audience: OPPA Training is targeting Yeoman but is open to all E-4 and above of any Rate including Officers that are US citizens or Naturalized.

Funding: Certification/Training is funded by member's unit.

To request a seat in the upcoming training class, please follow the below:

  1. Open the link: http://hqs-spweb10-001:10115/I1/Lists/Agent%20Training%20Request/Default%20View.aspx
  2. Click on NEW at the top.
  3. Click on attach file at the top to upload your scanned documents as one attachment. (Copy of Birth Certificate, Security Clearance data out of DA and approved TDY request or orders)
  4. Fill out every block but the Agent number (this will be filled in after training.) If you are an agent already and this is a refresher course, please enter your agent number and note that you are already an agent in the notes block.
  5. Click on ok to submit form to CG-DCO-I-1.

Once completed, you will receive an auto generated confirmation email.

Approximately 2 weeks prior to the class start date, an email with TDY and training information will be sent to all class attendees.

The deadline to request a seat is February 19, 2016.

If you have any questions, please send an email to uscgpassports@uscg.mil

Projected future training dates:

  • August 23-25, 2016 (USCGHQ)


Defense Travel Management Office Allowances and Regulations Update

Published Date: Mon, 01 Feb 2016 14:00:01 CST

The Defense Travel Management Office has updated the following information for 01 February 2016:

OCONUS Non-Foreign and Foreign Per Diem Rates
Overseas Housing Allowances (OHA)
Overseas Cost of Living Allowances (COLA)
Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) and Appendices

To access this information, visit the DTMO Website.


Defense Travel Management Office Allowances and Regulations Update

Published Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2015 10:00:01 CST

The Defense Travel Management Office has updated the following information for 01 January 2016:

CONUS Per Diem Rates
OCONUS Non-Foreign and Foreign Per Diem Rates
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)
Overseas Housing Allowances (OHA)
Overseas Cost of Living Allowances (COLA)
CONUS Cost of Living Allowance (CONUS COLA)
Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) and Appendices
Dislocation Allowance (DLA)
Mileage Rates

To access this information, visit the DTMO Website.


Known Issue: SATO-GETTHERE On-Line Booking Tool

Published Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2015 11:00:01 CST

ALERT FOR ALL TRAVELERS TRYING TO BOOK RESERVATIONS ON-LINE - The On-Line Booking Tool (GETTHERE) is down due to the CG standard image not being able to have TLS v1.2 enabled which is require as mandated by the Payment Card Industry and in support of industry best practices for secure web sites. In order to access the site, Coast Guard users will need to contact the Telecomm and Information Systems Command (TISCOM) to have their workstations updated with Internet Explorer version 11. See the Government Travel Charge Card Program web page for instructions on requesting the upgraded web browser.


PCS Mileage (MALT) and TDY Mileage Rates

Published Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2015 11:00:01 CST

Effective 1 January 2016, the MALT (monetary allowance in lieu of transportation) rate per authorized POC (privately owned conveyance) is $0.19 (nineteen cents) per mile. This rate is effective for all PCS travel that commences on or after 1 January 2016 (i.e., the initial travel is started).

TDY mileage rates changed on 01 January 2016. The new TDY rates are:

POC:
$0.54 - Automobile (if no GOV is available)
$0.19 - POC use instead of a government furnished vehicle (if a GOV is available) when use of a government furnished vehicle is to the government's advantage.
$0.51 - Motorcycle
$1.17 - Airplane

Previous PCS and TDY mileage rates are posted at http://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/otherratesMile.cfm.


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