Cashless training--stored value card for U.S. Army basic

De Jesus, Juan A.
January 1998
Armed Forces Comptroller;Winter98, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
Highlights the Stored Value Card (SVC) or `smart card' initially issued for United States Army basic trainees. Description of the SVC; Government agencies cooperating for the SVC pilot program; Goals of the pilot program; Initial results of the program.


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