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First in PACAF: Comptroller Service Portal debuts at Osan

The U.S. Air Force Comptroller Service Portal will provide a virtual means for service members to access finance related tasks that are similar to working with finance technicians in person.

The U.S. Air Force Comptroller Service Portal will provide a virtual means for service members to access finance related tasks that are similar to working with finance technicians in person.

OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --
Team Osan will be the first in U.S. Pacific Air Forces to access the new Comptroller Service Portal starting on August 3, which will mimic the same services you would get in person. Members can make a profile and submit queries all from a CAC enabled computer, adding a level of convenience not just for customers, but for the comptroller technicians as well.
 
"This will be a game changer for our Airmen," said Maj. Joseph Andersen, 51st Comptroller Squadron commander. "This is not something that makes every Airman their own finance person, rather it makes my team more accessible to them. Airmen will be able to do anything they would do in person but online and track the progress of their package from start to finish."
 
Though Osan will be the first in PACAF, bases world-wide will have access to the CSP by the end of the fiscal year.
 
CSP  will allow you to take care of the following and more:
-Military Pay
-Travel Pay
-Civilian Pay
-File for DLA
-Submit Inquiries
-Track Inquirie