Police sources said that Investigating Officer Sunita Sawant is heading the team, which will meet the woman at her residence in Mumbai.
"The statement would be recorded today and the team is likely to return by late evening," a senior Goa police official said.
The woman had earlier shown willingness to travel to Goa and record her statement before the authorities. She was contacted by the investigating officer over phone yesterday, and had shown willingness to co-operate in the case.
The woman had told the investigating officer that she delayed in filing a case against Tejpal as "he was a high profile person." She had also resigned from the magazine to be "free from any kind of pressure."
Goa police had on November 22 lodged an FIR against Tejpal under IPC sections 376 (rape), 376 (2)(k) (rape by a person of a woman in his custody taking advantage of his official position) and 354 (outraging modesty) in connection with the incident.