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Commandant Instructions

 

A Commandant Instruction is a directive prescribing authority or containing information with continuing reference value or that requires continuing action. An instruction has no requirement for a table of contents and consists of less than 25 pages (includes Enclosures). It remains in effect until it is replaced or cancelled by the originator or a higher authority. Originators must review instructions every four years and validate them through their directives control point, hereafter referred to as the Directives Coordinator (DC).

Commandant Instructions

Publication NumberTitleOrganizationDescriptionPublication DateExpiration Date
CI_5740_5CWORKING AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE NOAA NATIONAL DATA BUOY CENTER (NDBC)CG-54131(202) 372-15489/9/1993
CI_5370_1AWORKPLACE VIOLENCE AND THREATENING BEHAVIORCG-1112(202) 475-514010/29/1999
CI_5216_6WRITING IN PLAIN LANGUAGE TO INCREASE EFFECTIVENESSCG-0931(202) 372-45626/13/2000
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