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Aug. 4, 2020

Your Next Idea Could be the Game Changer for the Coast Guard Workforce

Specific innovative technologies are often referred to as game changers, however, the real game changers at the Coast Guard are the women and men who make up the workforce. You can be part of this force for change by submitting your ideas to the Research, Development, Test & Evaluation and Innovation (RDT&E) Program. You may be responsible for helping solve some of the Coast Guard’s most wicked challenges!

July 31, 2020

Being Proactive about Life—Suicide Prevention Efforts at the Coast Guard

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month—a designated time to discuss the very real threat suicide presents to the Coast Guard and the steps we’re taking to ensure the mental health of our members and workforce.

July 31, 2020

The NEW Operational Domain – Around the world, the field of cyber is still emerging and being understood.

Less than a decade ago, the Coast Guard realized it needed to grow its cyber capabilities in order to protect not just Coast Guard units, hardware, data, and control and communication systems, but also to protect the greater maritime transportation system. Consequently, Coast Guard Cyber Command, which works in conjunction with U.S. Cyber Command, was established in 2013, and with just 50 people. As the program grew into the Coast Guard’s Office of Cyber Forces, which stood-up in 2017.

July 8, 2020

PCSing in the time of COVID-19: Four families share their stories

In an effort to support others, four families share their PCS stories and what they’ve learned along the way.

July 8, 2020

New pay and allowances to help you through COVID-19

Several new pay and allowances are now available to members and their dependents.These entitlements are part of the overall military effort to support our members during the COVID-19 pandemic.Please contact your local SPO to determine your eligibility for these new pay and allowances: Isolation Allowance (PCS related)Isolation Allowance is the

July 8, 2020

COVID chaos? Your ombudsman can help. Here's how.

Ironically, this is an article about avoiding information overload – and finding just the resources you actually need.“Families are getting 5,000 emails a day about coronavirus, and it makes our eyes glaze over,” says Tiffany Lyford. Her husband is active duty on board the CGC KATHERINE WALKER, and she’s the unit ombudsman. “I stay on top of it

July 8, 2020

Admiral Schultz's statement to the workforce on COVID-19

To the Women and Men of the United States Coast Guard,During times of uncertainty throughout history, the Coast Guard has consistently risen to the challenge of protecting the American people and our way of life. As our Nation and the global community confront the Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19), our Coast Guard continues to perform critical

April 29, 2020

Life insurance premiums going down

Members' life insurance coverage is getting cheaper. Monthly premiums will decrease starting July 1, and the change does not require any action by Coast Guard members.

March 31, 2020

PCS Quick Guide

FAQs related to heath.

Nov. 7, 2019

Host Supervisor of Civilians Tier II training at your unit

The Office of Leadership (CG-128) is soliciting for units to host the “Supervisor of Civilians Tier II” (502799) roadshow course. Eight FY20 convenings are still available.