Reserve Forces Command Conducts Agency Program Coordinator Training

In conjunction with the Department of the Navy Consolidated Card Program Management Division (DoN CCPMD) within the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)

CNRFC 2015 GTCC Training at Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia.  Attendees included Agency Program Coordinators from across the Reserve Force. Front row, left to right, PS1 Alonzo Righteous; YNC(AW) Andre Howell; LS2(AW) Christopher Afaisen; LSC(EXW) Sacoyia Aiken; LS1(SW) Kerron Haywood; PSC(AW) Jennifer Dunlap; YN2(SW/AW) Lashay Jemmott; and PS1 Stephanie Tillman.  Back Row, left to right, Lt. Cmdr. James Bach, SC, USN; YNC(AW) Michael Kirchner; YN1(AW) Roy Stanley; YNC(IDW) Edward Morales; YN1(EXW) Ronisha Scott; LS1(EXW) Amy Miller; YN2(SW) Samson Hamlin; Capt. Eddie Montero, SC, USN.  Photo by MC2(SW) Jacob Galito

CNRFC 2015 GTCC Training at Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Attendees included Agency Program Coordinators from across the Reserve Force. Front row, left to right, PS1 Alonzo Righteous; YNC(AW) Andre Howell; LS2(AW) Christopher Afaisen; LSC(EXW) Sacoyia Aiken; LS1(SW) Kerron Haywood; PSC(AW) Jennifer Dunlap; YN2(SW/AW) Lashay Jemmott; and PS1 Stephanie Tillman. Back Row, left to right, Lt. Cmdr. James Bach, SC, USN; YNC(AW) Michael Kirchner; YN1(AW) Roy Stanley; YNC(IDW) Edward Morales; YN1(EXW) Ronisha Scott; LS1(EXW) Amy Miller; YN2(SW) Samson Hamlin; Capt. Eddie Montero, SC, USN. Photo by MC2(SW) Jacob Galito

Corporate Operations Division, leading Logistics Specialist Chief (EXW) Sacoyia T. Aiken from Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC) led a two-day training session for Agency Program Coordinators for the Government Travel Charge Cards (GTCC) program.

Attendees received hands-on web tool training, instructor led discussions on program policies, metrics, training products, as well as assistance with day-to-day operations, and best practices for continuous improvement to audit readiness.

Led by LSC(EXW) Aiken, Navy Reserve Forces Command manages 49,355 GTCC accounts. The travel card program provides travelers a safe, effective, convenient, commercially available method to pay for expenses incident to official travel, including local travel.

By Lt. Cmdr. James D. Bach, SC, USN, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics, Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command