GOVERNMENT TRAVEL CHARGE CARD USE IN SUPPORT OF PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRAVEL:
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AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 129/22, MANDATORY USE OF THE NAVY PERSONNEL AND PAY
(NP2) MYPCS TRAVEL VOUCHER SUBMISSION TOOL AND GOVERNMENT TRAVEL CHARGE CARD
(GTCC) DURING PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) TRAVEL.//
RMKS/1. Purpose. To announce an update to reference (a) and revision to
paragraph 2c for the mandatory use of the MyPCS Travel Voucher and Government
Travel Charge Card (GTCC) for permanent change of station (PCS) travel
expenses. Phase III of the rollout which requires all paygrades to use the
GTCC for PCS travel expenses is on hold.
2. Timeline. On 1 January 2022, Phase I of the mandatory use of the MyPCS
Travel Voucher and GTCC for PCS travel was implemented for all Active Duty
(AD) and Training and Administration of the Reserve
(TAR) in paygrades E-9 and O-6 and above. Mandatory use of the MyPCS Travel
Voucher and GTCC for PCS will expand to other paygrades as reflected below.
a. MyPCS Travel Voucher. As of 1 July 2022, all AD and TAR Service
Members in all paygrades are required to use the MyPCS Travel Voucher for
submission of PCS travel claims, except for members reporting to commands
listed in paragraph 10c of reference (a). Mandated use of the MyPCS Travel
Voucher was previously expanded to include Selected Reservists executing
Active Duty for Operational Support and Officer Recall PCS orders.
b. GTCC Phase II. As of 1 July 2022, all Service Members in paygrades
E-7 and above and O-4 and above are required to use the GTCC for PCS travel
c. GTCC Phase III. Phase III of the rollout is on hold.
Further guidance will be released once all requirements have been met to
support mandatory use of the GTCC for all hands.
3. Released by Vice Admiral Richard J. Cheeseman, Jr., N1.//