|How do I get assigned as a Travel Manager?|
|What do I need to do if I am relieved as a Travel Manager?|
|How to request PaymentNet Auditor access.|
|Travel Manager Tool|
|How do I process a travel card application request?|
|Determining Cardholder Training Status|
|Travel Manager Tutorials|
How do I get assigned as a Travel Manager?
Step 1 - Complete required training:
A. GSA OPC Training (ensure you register as "Other A/OPCs" with your EMPLID)
NOTE: If you don't enter your EMPLID as your USERNAME you will not get credit!
B. Complete DHS Travel Card Training via the CG LMS.
(Note - Click here for the Training Guide including how to print your transcript)
C. Complete the Travel Approving Official Training
Step 2 - Complete the CG-7421A TPax Authorization Form, selecting the Travel Manager and AO Permissions role in block 7.
Step 3 - Prepare Travel Manager Designation memo and have it signed by your command. Note - Each ATU (i.e. District) can only have one primary Travel Manager.
Step 4 - Scan and e-mail the designation memo, CG-7421A, and all training certificates/transcripts as a single adobe PDF file to ARL-PF-CGPSC-JPMC-GTCC@uscg.mil. The test score report for the DHS Travel Card Training from within the CG LMS will not be accepted, only the transcript will be accepted. Also, do not mail hardcopies.
Step 5 - Submit the the CG-7421A to PPC via a HEAT/Trouble Ticket. Note - Per ALCGPSC 141/15 these forms can no longer be faxed.
What do I need to do if I am relieved as a Travel Manager?
Case 1 - If you are being relieved and not PCSing, then a relief letter is required. Please Click here for the Travel Manager Relief Letter.
Case 2 - If you are PCSing, our internal control process will note this and your access will be revoked automatically. No relief letter is required in this case.
request PaymentNet Auditor access:
Auditor level access provides read only access to the JPMC online system. Auditors do not have the ability to change any cardholder data within the system. Typically this access is limited to personnel at PPC and FINCEN in order to reconcile travel claims or process claims for split disbursement to JPMC. Other sites, such as a TRACEN may also consider requesting an AO also be delegated as an auditor to improve internal controls over potential misuse by the students. If your command has a valid need to establish a GTCC auditor, please use this GTCC Auditor request template and submit to ARL-PF-CGPSC-JPMC-GTCC to the GTCC Program Manager for consideration.
Valuable information from past newsletters can be found by searching the GTCC Newsletter Index. Just click this link to the GTCC Newsletter Index and you can sort by month or by article. Each line will link you to that monthly newsletter and you can easily locate the information you are searching for. The index will direct you to the month/year of the article as well as the page number in that newsletter edition.
Click here to access a zip file that contains 2011 GSA SP2 Conference Presentations
Travel Manager Tool-Download (READ ME file) and follow the instructions. This tool will help join Direct Access information with PaymentNet information so you can tell Who is Who in the Zoo. This tool will help you produce reports by unit OPFAC.
The current version of the tool is "Travel Manager Tool (Dec 2015)." If your version is older than this, please update your database by using the Database Updater. This will update only the database file and does not change your folders or saved PaymentNet exports.
How do I process a travel card application request?
Please CLICK HERE for up to date GTCC application processing, whether online or paper processing.
Determining Cardholder Training Status To determine the most current status of a cardholder’s required DHS Travel Card Training, download the status of the cardholder training from CGBI as follows:1) Go to CGBI using the following link http://cgbi.osc.uscg.mil/2.0/search.cfm