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NAVAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS COMMAND HEADQUARTERS Navy Cash® Bulletin Volume:5 Issue 4 APRIL – MAY 2007 1 Sources: Negative Bal: Jon CHECKLIST: INSTALLATIONS: Current Month plus next month, ships are always added up on the last date of the month. i.e. 31 August, or 30 September. Make sure ship names are in all caps VOLUME#/ISSUE#: Fiscal Year 04 was volume 1; Fiscal Year 05 is volume 2 (ending September 05) Fiscal Year 06 (starting October 05) is volume 3 Issues change each month. Oct: Issue 1 If you skip a month from the bulletin, DO NOT skip issues (Bulletin goes out Apr issue 7; skip may; June is issue 8.) FONTS: All fonts in Arial, Titles at 36, paragraphs at 12 If you need more room, change all fonts on the page to: Times New Roman 6 W’s and an H. :^) Who What Where When Why How What if … it goes wrong or it doesn’t work that way (troubleshooting) … what do you do? Reference pubs or sop’s (NAVSUP PUB 727) or Sysadmin manual (VERSION 22.214.171.124) NAVY CASH SAILOR OF THE MONTH! “PS2 Progyn Rowe is the best technician I’ve seen aboard a Navy Cash ship,” said Johnny Fuller, L-3 Titan trainer. During a groom preformed aboard the USS VELLA GULF, Johnny found the entire Disbursing office organized around Navy Cash. “Once you’ve set it up properly, things just work better,” PS2 Rowe said. As a junior disbursing clerk aboard the USS RAMAGE, he was introduced to Navy Cash and learned to dig into the SOP for answers and to process transactions quickly and accurately. He brought his knowledge to the VELLA GULF setting up the disbursing office in accordance with procedures and protocols. He does all the maintenance for sales and disbursing according to schedule, and trouble shoot the system as required. The VELLA GULF had an on site examination with zero errors and was praised by the auditors as "Best on the Waterfront" for a ship of this class. Thanks to PS2 Rowe. Keep up the good work. SUBMITTED BY Johnny Fuller, L-3 Communications/ TITAN Corporation Trainer Anyone wishing to send nominates for Navy Cash Sailor of the month, please send their name and a short write up to email@example.com
NAVAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS COMMAND HEADQUARTERS Navy Cash® Bulletin Volume:5 Issue 4 APRIL – MAY 2007 2 USS GERMANTOWN rolls out as NAVY CASH 100 TH SHIP Navy Cash Team cuts cake for 100 th ship. On December 12 th, The USS GERMANTOWN became the 100 th ship to implement the Navy Cash system. The ship stationed in San Diego, held a cake cutting ceremony With the Navy Cash team, JPMorgan Chase, US Treasury, NAVY Family Support, and L-3 TITAN personnel attending. Mary Rivers, NFS, said, “The program has come a long way since we began roll out in 2001 and we are constantly striving to improve the system.”
NAVAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS COMMAND HEADQUARTERS Navy Cash® Bulletin Volume:5 Issue 4 APRIL – MAY 2007 3 Sources Installations – Carols schedule Training – Cindy Lessons Learned - PMR Installations As 1/30/07, 101 Ships have been installed with the Navy Cash System. GERMANTOWN San Diego MCCAMPBELLSan Diego References https://firstname.lastname@example.org GDSC (NICC): (877) 418-6824 / DSN 510 428-6824 Option 6 Training Pascagoula 2/12/07 – 2/16/07 Everett 3/19/07 – 3/23/07 Norfolk 3/19/07 – 3/23/07 POC: email@example.com, Navy Cash Information can be found on NKO:http://www.nko.navy.mil- Navy Family Support-Navy Cash Training-Sales, Merchant, Sys Admin- Disbursing COMMON SENSE RULES To avoid Negative Balances 1. The Navy / Marine Cash card is a pre- paid debit card — amount you can spend is limited by value loaded in your Navy / Marine Cash (strip) account. 2. Keep track of your strip balance. You are responsible for knowing your balance — merchants cannot tell you your balance. 3. Keep track of your bank / credit union balance. Do not transfer money to your Navy / Marine Cash account at K80 Cashless ATM unless there are sufficient funds. 4. Treat your card like cash; protect your PIN. 5. Generally, any attempt at purchase or ATM withdrawal that exceeds available strip balance will be declined — however, merchant or ATM can put transaction through without prior authorization. 6. Disbursing Officer will require you to clear any negative balance that may result in your strip account. 7. Any questions, see disbursing.