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Consistent with the Commandant’s Guiding Principles and the recently signed 2019 – 2023 USCG Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan, CG-127 is implementing the Diversity and Inclusion Education and Awareness Program (DIEAP). This program will develop Change Agents who will provide D&I training, coaching, and support to unit leaders and LDACs and most critically, coaching Commanding Officers and Officers in Charge through difficult workplace climate concerns. DIEAP Change Agents will also be equipped with knowledge and skills to build common ground for meaningful dialogue about civility, equity, diversity, inclusion and cross-cultural relationship building.
The DIEAP is a six month, three level development process, including:
DIEAP Change Agents will act in support of the Coast Guard’s mission to develop an organizational culture that values respect, diversity, equity and inclusion. The Change Agent will be expected to brief on diversity and inclusion issues; facilitate training; provide D&I coaching; and collaborate with LDAC members, unit leaders, and others in the D&I Change Agent community. Each Change Agent shall adhere to the guidelines stated in the following “Change Agents Roles and Responsibilities” requirements.
A. Commit to completing the six month practicum which includes:
B. Upon completion of the 6 month Diversity and Inclusion Education and Awareness Program, D&I Change Agents will receive a Certificate of Readiness and will be required to:
For more information regarding the D&I Education and Awareness Program and/or to review the D&I Change Agents’ roles and responsibilities, go to the Portal: https://cg.portal.uscg.mil/units/cg1/CG1.HQ/CG-12B/DIEAP/default.aspx (CAC required) or reach out to the Program Manager: HQS-SMB-CG-127-DIEAP@uscg.mil
Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan