R 171646Z MAY 22
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC PPO WASHINGTON DC//
SUBJ/IMPLEMENTATION OF U.S. MARINE CORPS TOTAL FORCE USE OF THE USINDOPACOM TRAVEL TRACKER AND INDIVIDUAL ANTITERRORISM PLAN (TT/IATP) SYSTEM (WEB-BASED)//
REF/A/DOC/DOD INSTRUCTION O-2000.16, VOLUME 1/YMD: 20161117//
REF/B/DOC/MCO 3302.1F/YMD: 20190415//
REF/C/DOC/MARADMIN 167/20/140450Z MAR 20//
REF/G/HQMC TRAVEL TRACKER PROGRAM GUIDE//
REF/H/HQMC TRAVEL TRACKER TRAINING OUTLINE//
NARR/REF A IS THE DOD ANTITERRORISM (AT) PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: DOD AT STANDARDS. REF B IS THE MARINE CORPS ANTITERRORISM PROGRAM. REF C IS THE CMC STOP MOVEMENT POLICY DURING COVID PANDEMIC. REF D IS THE USINDOPACOM TRAVEL TRACKER/INDIVIDUAL ANTITERRORISM PLAN WEB-BASED SYSTEM. REF E IS THE DOD FOREIGN CLEARANCE GUIDE WEBSITE. REF F IS THE HQMC ANTITERRORISM SHARE PORTAL SITE WHERE ALL TRAINING MATERIAL AND GUIDANCE IS POSTED. REF G IS THE HQMC TRAVEL TRACKER PROGRAM GUIDE. REF H IS THE HQMC TRAVEL TRACKER TRAINING OUTLINE.//
POC1/BRYAN FINDLAY/CIV/AT SECTION/-/E-MAIL NIPR: BRYAN.FINDLAY@USMC.MIL/TEL: DSN 222-4234/COMM: 703-692-4234//
POC2/JASON TOWLE/CIV/AT SECTION HEAD/-/E-MAIL NIPR: JASON.TOWLE@USMC.MIL/TEL: DSN 222-4274/COMM: 703-692-4274//
GENTEXT//REMARKS/1. Background. Marines, Civilian Marines, Contractors and Dependents frequently travel for both work and leisure. In order to provide appropriate oversight of mandatory country and theater (Geographic Combatant Commander) requirements and timely notifications to travelers before, during, and after crisis incidents, such as natural disasters, political unrest, terrorist plots/attacks and health pandemics, Deputy Commandant, Plan, Policies and Operation (DC PP&O) directs the immediate, phased-implementation of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) travel tracker/individual antiterrorism plan (TT/IATP) web-based system by commanders and civilian equivalents.
2. Situation. DC, PP&O recognizes that timely notification and accountability of the Total Force during Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) travel and during crisis situations is the responsibility of commanders at all levels. HQMC and subordinate commanders require the ability to track assigned personnel and those for whom they exercise security responsibility or Tactical Control (TACON) for Force Protection (FP) when in a deployed, travel, or in-transit status. These commanders and their staffs also require a capability to provide warnings, advisories and related information to travelers and small groups of deployed/in-transit forces.
3. Mission. Marine Corps personnel will complete the required documentation and training prior to commencing foreign travel as defined in ref E.
4.a. Concept of Operations. DC PP&O Security Division (PS) is the lead for disseminating TT/IATP instructions to the Total Force. Commanders and civilian equivalents are responsible for reviewing and approving assigned personnel travel plans in the TT/IATP web-based system. The unit TT/IATP Coordinator (normally the Antiterrorism Officer/Representative (ATO/ATR), Security Manager, or command designated personnel), will have access to user guides and instructions via the TT/IATP website(ref D) and the HQMC Antiterrorism Program SharePoint(ref F). Phased implementation will allow commanders adequate time to assign appropriate permissions and educate personnel per ref G and H.
4.a.1. All active duty military personnel will enter their travel information into the TT/IATP program prior to traveling to a foreign country as defined in ref E. This applies to unofficial travel and official travel when the latter is not part of a unit deployment that is covered by a written AT Plan that includes measures for transiting personnel. It does not apply to travel within the foreign country of assignment.
4.a.2. Marine Corps civilians and contractors, will enter their travel information into the TT/IATP program prior to traveling to a foreign country in an official capacity. This applies to official travel when not part of a unit deployment that is covered by a written AT Plan that includes measures for transiting personnel. TT/IATP submission is not required for unofficial travel but is highly recommended.
4.a.3. Marine Corps units, organizations and activities who operate a 24-hour operations center will ensure all watch officers and additional watch personnel are familiar with the TT/IATP web-based system to include notification and travel report generation. Marine Corps organizations and activities will ensure that all subordinate units have the appropriate trained personnel to manage their entries into the TT/IATP system.
4.b. No later than 90 days from release of this message, commanders and civilian equivalents will ensure all personnel under their responsibility are submitting foreign travel utilizing ref D and E.
4.b.1. Phase I (May - June 2022): Coordination of TT/IATP web-based system population and user permission settings between DC, PP&O (PS)and all major commands. Command POCs will be identified via separate correspondence.
4.b.2. Phase II (July - August 2022): Higher headquarter commands will ensure subordinate commands have identified, trained and assigned personnel permissions within the system.
4.b.3. Phase III (August 2022 – October 2022): DC PP&O (PS) will provide virtual training and support to those units and organizations requiring additional assistance.
5. Coordinating Instructions.
5.a. The USINDOPACOM TT/IATP Program (ref D) can be located at HTTPS: IATP.PACOM.MIL.
5.b. The Foreign Clearance Guide (ref E) can be located at HTTPS: WWW.FCG.PENTAGON.MIL.
5.c. The TT/IATP Program Guide (ref G) and training outline (ref H) can be located at HTTPS:(slash)(slash)USMC.SHAREPOINT-MIL.US/SITES/DCPPO_PS_AT or requested thru the POCs listed.
6. Administration and Logistics.
6.a. Administration. This policy applies to the Marine Corps Total Force and will be codified within change 2 to MCO 3302.1F.
6.b. In the event personnel cannot locate their specific unit or organization in the TT/IATP system, travelers will submit using their next higher headquarters nomenclature.
6.c. Compliance with this requirement is inspected during current HQMC Inspector General (IG) and Commanding General Programs utilizing IG checklist 3302.
7. Command and signal. DC, PP&O PS, Antiterrorism Program is the OPR for this effort. Questions concerning the contents of this message should be directed to the point of contacts listed above.
8. Release authorized by LtGen David J. Furness, Deputy Commandant, Plans, Policies and Operations.//