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About the Separations Branch

PPC Separations (SEP) provides the following:

Annually we process nearly 3,000 separations and distribute 130,000 W-2 forms.

Separation Processing Tips

Visit our Separations Branch News page for more updates and tips!

Transition Training

Be prepared: Take your mandatory transition training

​All members are required to take pre-separation counseling on the Learning Management System (LMS) or a transition seminar. Members are authorized to begin their transition one year out from separation or two years out from retiring. Contact your local transition manager or visit the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) website at https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/CG1/Health-Safety-and-Work-Life-CG-11/Office-of-Work-Life-CG-111/Transition-Assistance-Program/.

Separations Branch News
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Sept. 21, 2022

Enlisted Career Advisory Branch (EPM-4): Open for Business (Flag Voice 588)

I am pleased to announce that our Personnel Service Center is officially launching the Coast Guard’s first Enlisted Career Advisory Branch (EPM-4)! Consisting of four Enlisted Career Advisors (ECA), EPM-4 will begin offering career advising sessions to our Active Duty Enlisted workforce on 03 October 2022.

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July 8, 2022

Retirees Now Have More Time to Transition Into Their Forever Home

A major change in Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) for household goods (HHG) transportation was announced on June 24. Previously, members had a year following retirement to coordinate their HHG transportation. Now, members have three years to schedule their HHG after retirement.

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June 27, 2022

Uniformed Members Transitions to New Electronic Military Record System

The Coast Guard is transitioning to a new human resource database for military members this fall, and the service is reminding all military members to start preparing. The new system will combine both your Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) and your Coast Guard Military Human Resource Record (CGMHRR) into one electronic document.

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April 18, 2022

Known Issue: Approval of DD-214s for Reserve Component Members

An issue has been reported concerning the timing of the approval of DD-214 forms for reserve component members.

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March 24, 2022

Personnel Support Initiative (PSI) Implementation Continues

Colleagues, the Personnel Support Initiative (PSI) is preparing to start Phase Two of implementation.  Starting in AY22, the remaining Base Personnel Support Departments, Districts, Sectors, and Air Stations will transition.  This Flag Voice is an update on the progress made in Phase One, and the way ahead.