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WebNow Upgraded to "Perceptive Experience" - New Link

Effective September 17, 2021, WebNow will be upgraded to "Perceptive Experience". This upgrade only impacts the “view only” or web version – which is currently called WebNow, but is being upgraded to “Perceptive Experience”. New user access requests do not need to be completed. Users who previously logged into the WebNow link will now log into the Perceptive Experience URL using their old WebNow user ID and PW. This upgrade does not impact Perceptive Content, which is used for uploading documents. The SPO Access to the Electronically Im​aged PDR (EI‑PDR) user guide has been updated to reflect the upgrade. The URL for Perceptive Experience is https://imgprd01.direct-access.uscg.mil/experience. They system cannot be accessed outside of the Coast Guard network using the URL. The URL is not needed when accessing Perceptive Experience via Direct-Access.

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Oct. 19, 2021

Second Round for ETS Login Information

The Coast Guard’s new travel system – E-Gov Travel System or ETS – launched Oct. 1, 2021, and the initial 72-hour period for establishing ETS accounts is complete. Did you establish your account?

Oct. 4, 2021

ETS First Logon and ADVTRAV Profile Data Transfer

Per ALCOAST 361/21, the entire Coast Guard workforce (military, civilian and reserve) will receive invitations via an email from etravelservices@cwtsatotravel.com on 04 October 2021 to activate your account. These invitations will expire within 72 hours; failure to activate in the required timeline will create additional administrative workload on support staff. Commands should ensure all service members are provided adequate time to complete the activation process. Accounts will remain active for 90 days and members who have not logged on will receive a reminder to log in or risk the accounts being disabled.

Oct. 1, 2021

New E-Gov Travel System (ETS) Replaces TPAX for TDY Travel

The new travel system, E-Gov Travel System (ETS), goes live on 01 October 2021. ETS supported by CWTSato Travel is the Coast Guard’s all-in-one travel system that will assist our members with booking travel, creating and approving orders, and submitting travel claims.

Oct. 1, 2021

New Electronic Travel System Launches

Today is the day. The Coast Guard’s new electronic travel system, E-Gov Travel Service (ETS), is up and running. And so is the Coast Guard’s new Financial System Modernization System (FSMS). What does that mean for you?

Sept. 28, 2021

E-Gov Travel Service (ETS) List of Frequently Asked Questions Updated

Questions are coming in as we approach the ETS implementation date of 1 October 2021. We added links to User Guides & Quick Reference Cards. We added information about the Travel Assist Teams (TAT) and how to use your Government Travel Charge Card during the cutover.

Sept. 24, 2021

E-Gov Travel System (ETS) Travel Assist Team

ALCOAST 347/21: E-Gov Travel System (ETS) Travel Assist Team: The establishment and deployment of a Travel Assist Team (TAT) has been undertaken as part of the implementation of the ETS roll-out. This team will play a critical role during the implementation phase of ETS, easing the burdens during this transition for members and units. Our TAT members are assigned to designated geographic areas supporting the PPC Customer Call Center with inquiries from travelers and approvers using ETS.

Sept. 15, 2021

Fiscal Year 2022 "A" and "C" School Orders and TDY Travel Guidance

ALCOAST 341/21, Fiscal Year 2022 "A" and "C" School Orders and TDY Travel Guidance, clarifies "A" and "C" School TDY travel guidance, and highlights critical policy.

Sept. 15, 2021

Travel Assist Teams are Here to Help you Learn the New Electronic Travel System

The new travel system, E-Gov Travel System (ETS), implementation will begin on Oct. 1, 2021, the first quarter of fiscal year 2022 (Q1 of FY22). ETS is the Coast Guard’s all-in-one travel system that will assist our members with booking travel, creating and approving orders, and submitting travel claims.

Sept. 14, 2021

How to Process Dislocation Allowance During the FSMS Cutover Period

As the service moves to a new travel system, here’s what you need to know regarding DLA if you are PCSing.

Sept. 14, 2021

Coast Guard Switching to New Travel Management Center (TMC) as Part of a System Modernization

What you need to know about the new Travel Management Center

Sept. 14, 2021

ALCOAST 335/21, Cutover Financial System (CFS) – Guidance and Expectations

This ALCOAST provides details about the capabilities and use of the Cutover Financial System (CFS) during the Coast Guard's transition to the Financial Systems Modernization Solution (FSMS). During this period (1 Oct 21 – 17 Nov 21), the Coast Guard will be without a financial application to record obligations and track account balances.

Sept. 14, 2021

How To Use Your Government Travel Card During the FSMS Cutover Period

You may have heard about the new Financial Management System (FSMS) and the new travel system (ETS) coming online at the beginning of October. As this occurs, there is a scheduled “cut over period” and in order to assist travelers with this transition, the Coast Guard has announced an immediate temporary expanded use of the government travel charge card (GTCC). During this time members who are performing a permanent change of station (PCS), long-term temporary travel, or who are under disaster evacuation orders may use their travel cards, whereas normally they would not be allowed.

Sept. 13, 2021

New Travel Management Center (TMC) For Travel Reservations And Ticketing

Starting 01 October 2021, all official travel (e.g. airline, bus, ship, Alaska Marine Highway System, rental vehicle, lodging) must be arranged through CWTSato. Travelers shall continue using ADTRAV for reservations through 30 September 2021 if the travel is commencing before 15 October 2021.

Sept. 10, 2021

Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) Program: Financial and Travel System Transition Guidance

ALCGPSC 087/21 announces immediate temporary expanded use of the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) to support travel requirements until completion of the new financial system cutover period as indicated in references ALCOAST 194/21 (Financial System Modernization Solution (FSMS) Implementation) and ALCOAST 237/21 (FSMS Implementation Update 1). These policy waivers offer a reliable means of financial support in the absence of standard travel advances being processed or travel claim payments being timely processed, particularly for Permanent Change of Station, Long-Term TAD, and Disaster Evacuation Orders.