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Aug. 28, 2020

Child Care Needs Assessment Survey

Please take a moment to take the Child Care Needs Assessment Survey,

Aug. 28, 2020

Major Marine Investigators Recognized for Excellence

When an emergency occurs on the water, most mariners know to call the Coast Guard for help on channel 16 of their marine radio. Our boat crews and aircrews are maritime first responders, saving lives and property at sea.
What happens after a maritime tragedy? How do we keep it from happening again?
Enter the Coast Guard’s Marine Investigators.

Aug. 27, 2020

New USCG app helps you be a crime-stopper

The Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) just launched a mobile app, CGIS TIPS, that anyone can use to help fight crime. It’s also available at

You can remain anonymous when you make a report! You won’t need to worry about providing identification.

Aug. 26, 2020

USCG Launches Everyone is a Recruiter incentive program

Coast Guard Recruiting Command (CGRC) has announced the Everybody is a Recruiter initiative, calling on all members, civilians, auxiliarists, and retirees to help recruit new active duty and reserve members.

Aug. 26, 2020

Surface Navy Association Virtual Waterfront Symposium (Aug 25-27)

A Virtual Waterfront Symposium this week offers an opportunity to collaborate with your peers, and focus on your own professional development.

The event, hosted by the Surface Navy Association (SNA), started on Tuesday and runs through Friday. It is free for active duty and government civilians with a .mil or .gov email address.

There’s something for almost everyone in the line-up. Can’t make it to all the panels you want to check out? You can access videos of the sessions for 30 days.

Aug. 26, 2020

Striving for Equality— A Historical Perspective on Women’s Evolving Role in Coast Guard Service

As we commemorate Women’s Equality Day today, Aug. 26, it is also an opportunity for us, as a workforce, to acknowledge the many great steps that our fellow female Coast Guard members have taken on the road to equality.

Aug. 26, 2020

Command leadership can now use the Agile Workforce Guide

The Coast Guard released the updated COVID-19 Agile Workforce Guide this week to provide commanding officers and managers with a common framework that can help protect the workforce while ensuring mission readiness. The purpose of the guide is to help assess risk and tailor mitigation measures in a safe, controlled, and thoughtful way.

Aug. 26, 2020

Wellness Wednesday: National Suicide Prevention Month

As we prepare for National Suicide Prevention Awareness month in September, and given the extraordinary strain the COVID-19 pandemic puts on all facets of our life, we all have a responsibility to show genuine concern for others As Cmdr. Sarah Garrett puts it, "good shipmates buoy each other in times of distress, ashore or afloat, on duty or off duty." Please join Cmdr. Sarah Garrett from HSWL SC and Ms. Christiana Montminy, Employee Assistance Program Manager on Aug. 26 from 3:00-4:00 p.m., EDT, as they talk about ways to minimize suicide-related behaviors by promoting wellness and social cohesion. 

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 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

Last reviewed on: 09/21/2023