The Government Travel Charge Card
Program (GTCC) provides travelers with a
safe, effective, convenient, and
commercially available method to pay for
expenses associated with official travel.
The GTCC includes Individually Billed
Accounts (IBAs) and Centrally Billed
Accounts (CBAs). Cardholders for
Individually Billed Accounts (IBAs) are
personnel to whom travel cards have been
issued for use while performing official
government travel. Cardholders shall adhere
to the procedures set forth in the
Department of Defense Financial Management
Regulation and applicable DoD Component
guidance. Individual cardholders are
responsible for payment in full of the
undisputed amounts due in the monthly
billing statement from the card contractor.
need to ensure all card applications and
forms are completed to include:
Command endorsement signature.
Copy of the member’s mandated Travel
Training Certificate earned through TraX.
JP Morgan will only accept legible, neat,
and completed forms.
following is a general description of
the GTCC application process:
Each application is viewed by the A/OPC to
ensure accuracy and completeness.
Following the A/OPC’s signature and
approval, the application is forwarded to
the JP Morgan Chase Financial Center for
Cardholder should receive the Travel Card
within 7 to 10 business days.
Debit Card Program
Advances: J.P. Morgan Chase Debit Card
issuances are BY APPOINTMENT only
between the hours of 0900 – 1100 & 1300 –
1430. To schedule an appointment, please
call (504) 253-4802.
If a member
has a government charge card,
they should get their advances at an ATM
machine. The J.P. Morgan Chase Debit Card
Program is to be used for paying advances to
non-cardholders in emergency short notice
If a member is
not a government charge card holder,
they will need to bring their original
orders and the original typed SF1038. The
typed SF1038 should be signed by the
member’s unit in the case of TAD orders.
They will also need their ID card.
(504) 253 - 4802
(504) 253 – 4824
Government Travel Charge Card Program
Training through TraX