USE YOUR GOVERNMENT CREDIT CARD FOR OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT TRAVEL ONLY! DO NOT PAY with cash or personal credit cards for airfare or rental car. You WILL NOT be reimbursed if you use your personal ATM card.Jun 25, 2020
serve as acknowledgement DTS routes the transaction to the appropriate financial accounting system - for most DoD organizations, this is DFAS. The document is stamped POS ACK RECEIVED to serve as acknowledgement that an obligation has been posted in the accounting system.
- Filing a travel voucher in DTS is a two-step process, regardless of whether it is filed before or after travel.
- First, you must complete an Authorization, which is intended to get you to your destination and should be completed prior to travel.
- Log in to DTS and click on Official Travel Vouchers.
Many of the issues are being caused by the pop-up blocker not accepting DTS. To resolve, DTS must be included in your browser's Pop-up Blocker Allowed Sites. If the page does not remain open long enough for you to press the "Allow" button in the pop-up banner, it will need to be allowed manually via settings.
Routing Officials use the DTS Trips Awaiting Action Tool to review and approve the authorizations and vouchers that make official DoD travel possible. Reviewing Officials (ROs): ROs verify that a particular action (e.g., line of accounting selection, overseas travel coordination) has been correctly accomplished.
Check document status by logging in to DTS. Go to "Official Travel" vouchers or authorization, and then look in the "Sort by Status" column. Or, go to the digital signature page within the document. If you can access to DTS, contact your Defense Travel Administrator (DTA) to check the status of your document.Mar 3, 2020
As of August 20, current travel voucher turn around processing time is 7 business days. (Allow 3 - 5 business days for payment to deposit in your financial institution account once processing is complete.) Travel vouchers are processed in the order they are received.
Notable Policy Effective 9/1: Mandatory Use of DTS/CTO for Lodging Reservations. As of September 1, 2015, the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) will require travelers going TDY to use the Defense Travel System (DTS) to book lodging, both government quarters (when available in DTS) and commercial lodging.