First, I am not on anyone’s payroll. It may be shocking to believe that someone would put in so much time and effort on a cause without being paid for it. Crazy, huh? But that is what advocates do.
It’s a question I’ve been hearing a lot lately. I sit quietly and listen for those around to give an answer. Is PCS Season 2019 really any better than last year? Yes. And No. While Transcom has implemented some new things this year such as more crating for smaller shipments, working to get orders out... Continue Reading →
It’s the part of the move that most everyone will dread, the claims process. By the time you get to this step you’ve had many days of packing, loading, driving across country, unloading and unpacking. You’re ready to be settled and done! Here is the important timeline that you need to know: -75 days to... Continue Reading →
Everyone has the opportunity to make a difference. Use your voice for the good of your community. Earlier this week I spent a few days in DC continuing the effort in positive PCS reform. Where things stand at now is that Transcom will make the shift to a Single Move Manager (SMM) Program by awarding... Continue Reading →
After the 2018 peak season I was tired of seeing post after post of my friends and other having a PCS (permanent change of station) experience that was less than stellar. Damages. Loss. Theft. It all happened. So I took to social media with an open letter that turned into a petition and started the... Continue Reading →
When there is a problem, they say go to the source. That’s exactly what I did. I had emailed US Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) Commander, General Lyons. In the email, I had expressed the frustrations felt by families this move season, and that we were all looking for accountability of moving companies and for transparency. I... Continue Reading →