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eVoucher: the fast and easy way to file

  • Published
  • By 1st Lt. Karrissa Skiba
  • 43rd Comptroller Squadron
The 43rd Comptroller Squadron is rolling out a program that allows members to file travel vouchers in the comfort of their computer work stations. This program, called eVoucher, will allow active duty, Reserve, and civilians members to file non-Defense Travel System travel vouchers on a secure application where the members submit the vouchers online to the finance office instead of dropping off a manual travel voucher.

Effective Jan. 1, 2010, Pope will implement e-Voucher. This process is accomplished using a "Turbo Tax-style" approach to guide members in completing their travel vouchers through an interactive interview session that prompts the members for information. eVoucher can be accessed via a secure web site application, eFinance, using a common access card and pin at https://efinanceworkspace. or by accessing the Air Force Portal, selecting the "Money-Finance Central" option under the "Life & Career" tab and scrolling down the page to the "eFinance Workspace" hyperlink. Once the user navigates to the eFinance site, the system uses a question and answer session to guide the member through the travel voucher process from start to finish.

eVoucher empowers members to file their travel vouchers more efficiently. Like DTS, users are able to upload or fax supporting documentation (orders, receipts, etc.) Once the member completes their travel voucher, they then route the voucher to their supervisor in order to digitally sign as the reviewer. If applicable, the member can also route the travel voucher to the Approving Official. Once reviewed, the eVoucher is routed to 43rd CPTS Financial Services Office where the voucher is quality-checked by customer service technicians and then submitted for processing to the Air Force Financial Services Center. If vouchers are incorrect or incomplete, the customer service technicians will contact the member in order to correct the voucher before submitting it to the AFFSC. eVoucher is mandatory for both 43rd Airlift Wing and 440th Airlift Wing members. For active duty, any vouchers that cannot be accomplished in DTS can be processed through eVoucher.

This program is intended to assist the warfighter and provide the utmost customer service through providing tools needed to operate in today's increasingly digital environment. In addition, eVoucher helps standardize and streamline the travel voucher processes at the finance office and provides the AFFSC with complete and legible documentation, which in turn expedites voucher payment.