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Household Goods Moves are Easier with Smart WebMove.

Sailors and their families in the San Diego area can now arrange their household goods move over the Internet, thanks to a Web-based program that will soon be in use throughout the continental United States.

SMART WebMove was designed by the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) to service routine moves and simple entitlements based on permanent change of station (PCS) orders.

The Web-based program currently serves only San Diego based Sailors and their families on PCS orders who are moving household goods from that area to a new duty station or homeport within the continental United States.

SMART WebMove is easy to use. Eligible users simply fill out an online questionnaire to receive a report of entitlements available to them. The system enables members to fill out all necessary forms, arrange the move, and submit the forms to the FISC San Diego PPO via the Internet.

Personal information is encrypted as it is being transmitted. Each user's account is password protected so that only individual users can access their records.

In the beginning of FY02, SMART WebMove will be installed at the Fleet and Industrial Supply Centers (FISC) at Jacksonville, Fla.; Norfolk; Puget Sound, Wash., Naval Air Stations at Fort Worth and Corpus Christi, Texas, and the Naval Education Training Center, Newport, R.I. SMART WebMove will be expanded to the remainder of the continental United States throughout the fiscal year.

To access SMART WebMove go to www.smartwebmove. navsup.navy.mil.
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Date:Sep 1, 2001
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