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Web-Based Travel Preparation and Examination (TPAX) System Outage Scheduled 12-15 December

A scheduled Web-Based TPAX outage will occur between 1400 CST Wednesday 12 December 2018 and 0600 Saturday 15 December 2018.

The system will be upgraded to version 7.1. and will be unavailable during this time.

Please ensure all travel claim documents are approved by the AO prior to 1400 CST Wednesday 12 December 2018. If a travel claim is in a pending status without being approved, the travel claim may become corrupt and the TONO will need to be deleted from TPAX by PPC Travel Branch. The traveler/proxy will then need to reenter the claim after the system is available on 15 December 2018.

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Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) Newsletter

By Carlene Curry, U. S. Coast Guard Personnel Service Center, Government Travel Charge Card Programs,


Below you will find the link to the November 2018 GTCC newsletter.  Please share this information as widely as possible with your travelers, respective commands, P&A shops, SPOs, and AOs as it includes important information that may impact travel cards and travel arrangements.


This month's edition contains the following useful travel card information:


CITI Card Declines

CITI and ADTRAV Profiles

Non-Receipt of new CITI GTCC

GTCC DA Reporting 

Plus much, much more good to know information.

You can check out past articles by searching the newsletter index found at https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/

If you have a suggestion and would like to write an article for the newsletter, please let us know.  Our ideas come from your questions and concerns.

Let us know if you have any questions and remember...ALWAYS protect PII.

Thank you,
Ms. E. Carlene Curry
USCG Gov't Travel Card Programs
Personnel Service Center-Business Operations