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My Coast Guard
Commentary | Jan. 17, 2024

We need your advice! What do you want to learn about in 2024?

By MyCG Team 

Tell us what you want to see in 2024 from your workforce communications team.  

Take this quick survey to tell us what you want to see on MyCG this year. The survey will close on February 14. 

Yesterday we discussed the readership stats for MyCG’s 2023 articles. While that helps tell us what kind of topics you wanted to know about, it’s a backwards indicator. We need your help to see how we can best serve you in 2024 and beyond. 

MyCG shares policy announcements, news articles and feature stories to inform, support, and inspire the workforce through spotlights, the All Hands Briefer, Pixel, and the CGPortal Online landing page. Our goal is to give you the information you need when you want it. To do that, we need to know what you actually want! 

The Coast Guard is investing in workforce organizational communications over the next few years. You can help shape the future of MyCG and internal communications now. Help us grow smartly.  


We encourage Commands, LDACs, RFMCs, Affinity Groups, mentors, and other communities to take this opportunity to shape MyCG’s plans for 2024. Please share this solicitation with your members. And if you’d like our team to join you for a brainstorm session, just drop us a line at 


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