Permanent Change of Station Travel Claims
Permanent Change of Station (PCS) travel claim packages need to be accurate and complete for service members and dependent(s), if applicable, in order to receive all allowed travel entitlements.
CPCs and the traveler must use the required checklist(s), which will ensure that travel packages are not returned to commands for correction, delaying the liquidation process.
Go to www.dfas.mil for more information concerning PCS travel entitlements.
Reserve Travel Claims
Reserve Travel Claim packages need to be submitted by the traveler’s CPC through TOPS within 5 days following the return travel date. CPCs and the traveler must use the required checklist for travel claims as well. It covers what is needed for travel entitlements to be paid to a member on TDY/Reserve Orders. Go to www.dfas.mil for more information about TDY travel entitlements.
What happens after PSD Corpus Christi receives your "complete and accurate" travel claim package?
After your "complete and accurate" travel claim package is received, which must be submitted via TOPS, we check and verify that all documents and forms are completed and signed before the travel claim package is forwarded to the Travel Processing Center (TPC) in Jacksonville, FL, for processing and/or for liquidation purposes.
Reviewing Your MYPAY Account to Determine Claim Settlement
An advice of payment is generated by DFAS to the member’s myPay account when the travel claim is processed and/or completed. Questions or concerns must be brought to the member's CPC first. The CPC will then communicate via TOPS with the Deputy Disbursing Officer (DDO) at PSD Corpus Christi with any concerns the member or members may have, and the DDO will reply back to the CPC via TOPS.
All travelers should log on to "myPay" for the Advice of Payment. PSD Corpus Christi no longer issue Travel Voucher Summaries (TVS).
Very important: At the bottom of this page you will find different files that will help the CPCs and members complete travel claims. Download these files to your computer and print them for reference. As a CPC, you will need them when you are assisting members complete their travel claim packages.
Do you have travel questions? If so, go to http://www.defensetravel.dod.mil. Once you are there, go to the right side of the page and look for “Travel Tools.” Under Travel Tools look for "DOD Travel Regulations." Then, go to the right side of the page and look for “Quick Links and Resources,” look for "Chapters 1-10" then click that hyperlink.
Again, you are more than welcome to communicate with the PSD Corpus Christi Deputy Disbursing Officer (DDO) via your CPC, if you have any questions about pay and travel entitlements.
Comments or suggestions concerning the above information may be directed to PSDNASCC@NAVY.MIL