Tag: human capital strategy

Supplying a bright future for the service

Rear Adm. Keith Smith, commander of Force Readiness Command, signs the Memorandum of Agreement alongside Dr. JoAnn W. Haysbert, Chancellor and Provost at Hampton University, Jan. 30, 2018. This MOA means another year of partnership between the Coast Guard and Hampton University through the Coast Guard College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative program. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Cmdr. Kelli Dougherty.

How can the Coast Guard recruit and maintain a proficient, self-motivated and adaptable workforce in today’s world? It is simple: we build a diverse workforce. The Coast Guard signed a memorandum with Hampton University, home to the Coast Guard’s College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative (CSPI) Scholarship Program. Students who are accepted into the CSPI program are enlisted in the Coast Guard and receive full funding for two years of college.

Paratus Report: April 2017, Episode 1

Here is the newest edition of the Paratus Report! This episode covers the Coast Guard’s reduction of general mandated training courses, a new bystander intervention training, and highlights from the Annual State of the Coast Guard!

General Messages Weekly Round-up

Multiple award solicitations, Reserve updates, Blended Retirement System and conferences are on deck for this week’s Round-up!

Meeting the needs of the Service

“We will attract access, develop, and retain a respectful, diverse, and inclusive workforce that reflects the richness of our society.” – Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft Living up to that standard, the Force Readiness Command established a partnership with Hampton University in Hampton, Va. Hampton University is a historically black college and university with a reputation for graduating talented men and women with bright futures.

General Messages Weekly Round-up

This week’s General Messages Weekly Round-up announces the next Uniform Board convening and a solicitation for the Ombudsman of the Year award, as well as provides important information regarding Blended Retirement System (BRS) Mandatory Training. Read the full post to find out more!

Human Capital Strategy: Enlisted Assignment Priority Survey

Make your voice heard! The Assignment Priority Survey has been sent to all enlisted E-4 to E-9 via email. Assignment Priorities haven’t been changed in 18 years. It is imperative that you provide your feedback to help this effort! The Assignment Priority survey is only 12 questions and can be completed in 5-10 minutes. It is due by Dec. 31, 2016. Search your inbox for this important email, which may be critical to your career!

Human Capital Strategy: Changes to the Officer Evaluation System

The Officer Evaluation System (OES) Review was an initiative under the Commandant’s Human Capital Strategy (HCS), and the main goal was to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the evaluation process and system. As a result of this review, all OER forms for junior officers, senior officers and warrant officer have been shortened and many requirements have been eliminated to improve the ease with which supervisors can report on their subordinates. The active duty and the reserve officer corps as well as civilian supervisors of military officers must become informed of these changes and the new guidelines for evaluating officers. Read this post to learn more!

Paratus Report, Episode 15

The December Paratus Report has news for you! The Coast Guard’s Human Capital Strategy team is implementing some new changes to the Officer Evaluation System and provides important information on the Blended Retirement System and the enlisted assignment priority survey. And, units across the globe also share a special holiday messages! Check out this edition of the Paratus Report!