Government Travel Charge Card
Credit: Cpl. Nathaniel Hanscom | Date Taken: 01/02/1970 Winston, an expert on the use of the government travel charge card, discussed how to properly use a ...
Government Travel and Related Ethics, Appropriations and Gifts Authorities
The Advanced Practitioner Series is pleased to welcome Lenny Loewentritt, Deputy General Counsel at the General Services Administration. Lenny will discuss ...
Centrally Billed Accounts. A CBA is a variation of the travel card, under the DoD travel card program. CBAs are used for the Department's specific needs and may be the method of payment for expenses incident to official travel, to include local travel.
Per DoDI 5154.31, Volume 4, DoD personnel (military or civilian) who have been issued a travel card for use while performing official government travel are required to use split disbursement to pay all
ATM fees include cash advance withdrawal fees imposed by the government-sponsored travel charge card (GTCC) company, as well as fees the ATM charges. Military members may be reimbursed for ATM fees while on official duty when using the GTCC or a personal charge/bank card.
C. Use of the Card: Charging and cash advance privileges (if allowed) on the Card and Account are provided by the Bank pursuant to the GSA Contract and the DoD Task Order and are subject to this Agreement.
I certify that I have read the attached DoD Government Travel Card policy and procedures. I ... these and other instructions issued by the Department of Defense (DoD) and my Component’s Agency Program Coordinator (APC) for use of the Government Travel Card issued to me for the ... ATM cash advance. Card can be reinstated when account is paid ...