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What is the travel charge card? The GSA SmartPay® 3 program provides charge cards to U.S. government agencies, as well as tribal governments, through master contracts that are negotiated with major banks. 

There are currently more than 560 Federal agencies, organizations and Native American tribal governments participating in the program, spending $30 Billion annually, through 100 million transactions on more than three million cards.

There are three types of travel accounts:

  • Individually billed accounts are issued to employees to pay for official travel and travel-related expenses. The government reimburses employees for authorized expenses. The employee is responsible for making payment to the bank.
  • Centrally billed accounts are established by some agencies to pay for official travel expenses. Centrally billed accounts are paid directly by the government to the bank.
  • GSA SmartPay Tax Advantage Travel accounts  are new product offerings that combine an Individually Billed Account (IBA) and Centrally Billed Account (CBA), providing a means to obtain tax exemption automatically at the point of sale for rental cars and lodging charges. The combined features of CBAs and IBAs are a key characteristic of this product. When using the Tax Advantage Travel Account, charges for rental cars and lodging will be automatically billed to a CBA for payment. Charges for other travel-related purchases, such as meals and incidentals, are billed to the IBA portion of the account.

What is the benefit for federal agencies? Each agency or organization using the travel charge card receives a rebate based on sales volume. The sale refund is remitted to the organization. In addition, a separate refund is provided to agencies and organizations based on improving speed of payment.

How can travel managers make it happen? In 1988, Congress mandated that federal employees use the government travel charge card for all payments of expenses related to official government travel, with some exceptions. 

Travel managers should ensure that all of their travelers use their government-issued travel charge card for all purchases of travel-related services or products such as rental cars, hotel rooms, and telephone or Internet service.

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The GSA SmartPay program provides charge cards to U.S. government agencies/departments, as well as tribal governments, through master contracts that are negotiated with major national banks. Additionally, to contact Travel Program call 888-472-5585 or email [email protected]

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What is a Government Travel Charge Card?

Obtaining a government travel charge card, types of government travel charge cards, uses of a government travel card, the rules of a government travel card, how to responsibly use your government travel card, incorrect uses of a government travel card, resources and contacts.

You just received your first GTCC — the federal government’s version of a corporate travel credit card. But before your “ Wolf of Wall Street ” fantasies about perks and points come alive, it’s best to learn a bit more about how the GTCC program works, what’s expected of you as a cardholder, and how to use the card appropriately and legally.

Within this article, we explore the basics of the GTCC program at the Department of Defense, the different types of charge cards offered, and ways to obtain a card. Read on for some savvy tips on how to use (and how not to use) your government charge card so that you remain in control and out of trouble.

A GTCC is a commercial credit card offered to DoD personnel (both military and civilian) to pay for costs related to government-specific travel. For military members, this may include Permanent Change of Station moves and temporary duty assignments so that the service member doesn’t have to pay for work-related expenses out of pocket.

Currently, credit cards issued under the GTCC program are from the commercial partner, Citibank. However, the program itself is managed by DoD program coordinators within the Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO), who provide troubleshooting assistance to service members and federal employees. While Citibank issues GTCC credit card statements, DTMO set policy regarding GTCC use. It is the main agency that does so.

In general, military members will not have access to the GTCC program until it becomes a job requirement. Those who become eligible for holding a GTCC must first complete an online training course and then be invited to apply for the card through Citibank.

There are two main classifications for government charge cards: 

  • Individually Billed Accounts (IBAs) 
  • Centrally Billed Accounts (CBAs)

Individually Billed Accounts (IBAs)

Individually Billed Accounts are issued to service members for travel and travel-related expenses. With these types of cards, the service member is responsible for settling the account. 

According to the DoD , the Standard card options within this category are typically issued to those with a 660 or higher credit score. They have a credit limit of $7,500. 

In contrast, the Restricted card option is issued to those with lower credit scores (500-659) and has a lower credit limit of $4,000. Restricted government charge cards are closely monitored. They are sometimes deactivated during periods when travel has not been approved.

Centrally Billed Accounts (CBAs) 

Centrally Billed Accounts can also be used to pay for travel expenses. 

These cards are settled directly by the U.S. government (so the cardholder has fewer personal responsibilities). They have limited use. Unlike Individually Billed Accounts, where the service member is personally liable for card charges, Centrally Billed Accounts assume government liability.

Approved uses of a government travel charge card include, but are not exclusively:

  • Meals (not including alcohol)
  • Transportation (airfare, train, etc.)

For additional guidance on what constitutes “official travel,” see page 14 in the GTCC Regulations (2020) and the newly amended Joint Travel Regulations (2021) .

Responsible use of your government charge card entails three main activities: 

  • Ethical use of the card for official government travel expenses only;
  • Timely and accurate reporting of charges (often with printed receipts);
  • Timely payment of the card’s balance

The cardinal rule to follow: the government charge card is not to be treated as a personal card in any way. It should be used only for official travel . (Commuting to work or going on a family vacation do not constitute “official travel”). 

Following the travel event such as PCS or TDY , cardholders are expected to submit a “travel claims” report within five days of its conclusion in the Defense Travel System. This should include scanned receipts of individual charges as well as amounts, dates and descriptions. Foreign currency charges must be converted into U.S. dollars.

Additionally, cardholders with Individually Billed Accounts are responsible for ensuring that the government travel card is ultimately paid off. When entering trip report details in the Defense Travel System, cardholders are encouraged to use the split disbursement option to ensure that the service member is reimbursed for all out-of-pocket expenses and per-diem rates while the charges on the government credit card are settled in full.

Although it isn’t difficult to imagine the multitude of ways that service members can get into hot water for misuse of government travel cards, the most common missteps involve:

  • Using the card for unofficial/non-approved travel or personal use
  • Overspending
  • Using the split disbursement feature incorrectly
  • Failing to submit timely and/or accurate travel reports in DTS
  • Failing to pay the card balance on time
  • Including alcohol on receipts for DTS submission 

In addition to accruing late fees, which begin at 75 days past the due date, cardmembers can have their accounts suspended or terminated for improper use of a GTCC. For more serious offenses, service members may receive formal counseling, an Article 15, or even a court-martial . Therefore, it’s best to be on the safe side and remember the basics for proper GTCC etiquette:

  • Use it only for official/approved government travel;
  • Provide a timely and accurate report in DTS, using the split reimbursement option;
  • Ensure that the GTCC is paid off in full by the due date

For more information on the DoD GTCC:

Citibank Customer Service: 1-800-200-7056 (or 757-852-9076 when calling collect)

GTCC Travel Assistance Center: 1-888-HELP1GO (1-888-435-7146)

Citi’s DoD Travel Card Webpage

Email of the DoD Travel Card Helpdesk

DoD GTCC Regulations (2020)

DoD Joint Travel Regulations (2021)

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Submit the following by mail:

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  • Your original or certified name change document, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order, which shows that you changed your name less than one year after your most recent U.S. passport was issued
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You will not have to submit any passport fees unless you want expedited service which costs an additional $60. 

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You may be eligible to renew your passport by mail using Form DS-82 or apply in person using Form DS-11.

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You can renew by mail using  Form DS-82  if your most recent passport:

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If you are eligible to renew, submit the following by mail:

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If you are not eligible to renew your passport by mail using Form DS-82,  apply in person  and submit the following:

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Please note : You do not need to submit proof of the name change if your name has changed due to marriage  and  you present an ID issued in your new name. You must include the details of the marriage on the second page of Form DS-11.

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If you cannot document the change with a court order, divorce decree, or marriage certificate, apply in person and submit the following:

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  • Valid ID issued in the name you are currently using and photocopy of that ID

Please note : you may need to submit  Form DS-60: Affidavit Regarding a Change of Name  when the name you use is significantly different than the name on your evidence of U.S. citizenship, or your new name cannot be documented by a court order or through marriage. This form must be completed by two people who have known you by both names. You must also submit three certified or original public records that show you have used the new name for five years or more.

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As of March 31, 2023, you do not need to provide supporting evidence to change the gender listed on your immigration documents, with a limited exception. If you want to update your gender information on a Certificate of Naturalization or Certificate of Citizenship, you must still provide the required supporting documentation of the change, as listed in the Form N-565, Application for Replacement Naturalization/Citizenship Document instructions (PDF, 263.39 KB) . For more information, see USCIS Policy Manual Volume 12, Citizenship and Naturalization, Part K, Certificates of Citizenship and Naturalization, Chapter 4, Replacement of Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization .

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  1. Government Travel Charge Card

    Governance & Policy DoD policy requires travelers to use their Government Travel Charge Card to pay for all meals during official travel. Travel cards with air, lodging, and/or rental car transactions without meal spend may be flagged for policy noncompliance.

  2. PDF Cardholder Change Account Form

    Instructions: Section I of this form can be completed by the cardholder or APC to make personal information changes to a cardholder's account. Section II must be completed by the APC to make changes to a cardholder's account and card type, cash access, or spending limits. Fields with an asterisk are required. Fax completed form to 1-866-713-5029.

  3. PDF Cardholder Change Account Form

    A Cardholder & Account Information Complete this section for all cardholder account changes that need to be made. Changes cannot be processed without this information. Cardholder Name*

  4. Travel charge card

    The GSA SmartPay program provides charge cards to U.S. government agencies/departments, as well as tribal governments, through master contracts that are negotiated with major national banks. Additionally, to contact Travel Program call 888-472-5585 or email [email protected].

  5. PDF Cardholder Reference Edition

    1. Overview. The Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) is mandated to be used by DoD personnel to pay for authorized expenses (including meals), when on official travel unless an exemption is granted. This includes temporary duty (TDY) and per component guidance, Permanent Change of Station (PCS) travel. 2.

  6. PDF Citi® Government Travel Card Cardholder Guide

    The Citi Government Travel Card is accepted at 27 million merchant locations and 1,500,000 ATMs worldwide. Exceptional dedicated customer services, wherever you are. ... use, you will be asked to input a user name and password. Once you have established your password, you can use CCMS to view Account Statements, review and inquire about ...

  7. Federal and state agencies to notify of a name change

    Federal and state agencies to notify of a name change You might change your name through marriage, divorce, or court. Update your new name with Social Security, the motor vehicle office, and other government agencies. Social Security card Driver's license or state ID card Tax returns U.S. passport

  8. PDF Updating EFT and GTCC Information in a DTS Profile

    Update Your DTS Profile After you receive and activate your new GTCC, you must update your traveler profile before you can use the new card in DTS. If you don't make the changes then next time...

  9. PDF Updating Your DTS Profile

    necessary data to process travel reservations and payments. The essential information such as Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or checking/savings account, email, phone number, and Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) data should be accurate to prevent reservations booking and airline ticketing delays and processing claims.

  10. Defense Travel System

    Learn how to use the DTS system through online videos and more. Live Chat. Instant message with a real person. Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm ET. TSA PreCheck. Featuring the best practices in industry and plug-and-play components, Defense Travel System streamlines the entire process involved in global Department of Defense (DoD) travel.

  11. PDF Cardholder Change Account Form

    4 of 4 Government Civilian Agency Cardholder Change Account Form Agency credit check for account upgrade Instructions: Section I of this form can be completed by the cardholder or Agency Program Coordinator (APC) to make personal information changes to a cardholder's account.

  12. Government Travel Charge Card

    The mission critical status prevents suspension of the account (61 days past billing). Once the mission has been completed, the traveler has 45 days to pay the outstanding travel card balance. Travelers using DTS should arrange for scheduled partial payments (SPPs) to ensure their travel card expenses can be paid while on long term temporary duty.

  13. PDF Citi Government Travel Card Cardholder Guide

    Ordering Replacement Cards 9 Account Statement 9 Foreign Currency Conversion and Cross-Border Transactions 11 CitiManager Online Tool 12 Paying Your Account 13 Resolving Transaction Disputes 14 Salary Offset 16 Suspension/Cancellation Procedures 16 Index

  14. Government Travel Charge Card Rules

    The cardinal rule to follow: the government charge card is not to be treated as a personal card in any way. It should be used only for official travel. (Commuting to work or going on a family vacation do not constitute "official travel"). Following the travel event such as PCS or TDY, cardholders are expected to submit a "travel claims ...

  15. Name Change for U.S. Passport or Correct a Printing or Data Error

    Travel.State.Gov > U.S. Passports > Already Have a Passport > Name Change for U.S. Passport or Correct a Printing or Data Error Change or Correct a Passport Do you need to correct or update your U.S. passport due to a name change, data error, or printing error? Pick the topic below to learn how. ALL / Change Your Name

  16. GTC for PCS

    MyPCS Travel Voucher is a fully automated, electronic travel claim voucher capability introduced to the Fleet in September 2019. Mandatory use of the GTCC for PCS will be rolled out in phases. Phase I was implemented 1 January 22 and include servicemembers in paygrades of E-9 and O-6+. Phase II began 1 July 22 and include servicemembers in ...

  17. Updating or Correcting Your Documents

    05/10/2023 Was this page helpful? Yes No We issue secure documents you may use to establish your identity and immigration status or authorization to accept employment in the United States. These documents include your personal information

  18. PDF Department of Defense Travel Card Cardholder Guide

    Welcome to the Citi® Department of Defense Travel Card Program 1 Cardholders Benefit from: 2 Lost Luggage Insurance 3 Travel Accident Insurance 3 Key Responsibilities 4 Authorized Use 5 Authorization Controls 6 ATM Usage 7 Verifying Receipt of Your Card 8

  19. Government Travel Charge Card

    Program Management. Agency Program Coordinators, or APCs, manage day-to-day operations of the travel card program for an organization and serve as the primary liaisons between the travel cardholder and the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) vendor. APCs are designated in writing by their organization's Commander or Director and receive ...

  20. Department of Defense Travel Card Benefits

    For more information regarding your new card, please read the Department of Defense Cardholder Guide. Department of Defense Travel Insurance. As a cardholder, you will receive global travel accident and lost luggage insurance so you feel safe and secure wherever you travel with a Citi ® Commercial Card. Travel Accident Insurance Guide

  21. PDF Updating the Phased Rollout of the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC

    Implementation of Phase III of the mandated use of the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) for Permanent Change of Station (PCS) for Sailors in all paygrades , originally due to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2023, is on hold and will be announced in a future Naval Administrative ( NAVADMIN) message. Enlisted

  22. Government Travel Charge Card

    A Centrally Billed Account, or CBA, is a variation of the government travel charge card used for the Department's specific needs and may be the method of payment for expenses incident to official travel, to include local travel for travelers who do not possess an Individually Billed Account (IBA). There are two main types of CBAs: Transportation and Unit Accounts.