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June 14, 2022

How the US military helped create Juneteenth

Former Smithsonian historian shares Juneteenth National Independence Day history and impact

May 6, 2022

Action required: Civilian GS employees and supervisors must complete their ePerformance plan by May 31

The new DHS performance management system establishes a more specific, measurable approach to civilian ratings

April 21, 2022

FSMS: Progress report from the Incident Command

The new FSMS Homepage: Navigating to Full Operational Capability has been launched!  This centralized site brings all FSMS tools into one single location. You’ll find continued updates, searchable job aids, demos and discussion boards. If you use FSMS, you’ll want to bookmark this new microsite and spend time familiarizing yourself with all the

March 18, 2022

Update: CGPortal begins moving online 

What users and site owners need to know

March 17, 2022

Coast Guard stands up IMT to resolve FSMS transition issues

Commandant directs team to remove barriers, streamline solutions

March 11, 2022

Fair winds and following seas: Coast Guard Museum curator retires

“Her work with young cadets will ensure her legacy will be intact for decades yet to come.”

March 4, 2022

For Action: Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan survey

Active duty, reservists, civilians and auxiliarists: Please share your thoughts by April 4, to create a service where all can thrive.

March 4, 2022

A new, future-focused model for CGA's academic program

With its towering oaks, brick facades and federalist columns, first time visitors are often captivated by the charming grounds of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. While “charming” may aptly describe a small New England college campus, it’s not the adjective that captures the vigor of this military service academy’s academic program.Enter Dr. Amy