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Fiscal Year 2019 Civilian Clothing Allowance Authorizations

Fiscal Year 2019 Coast Guard Civilian Clothing Allowances
Effective 1 October 2018

R

U

L

E

A

B

C

D

When a member

(Note 1)

and the

then the member is authorized a

in the amount of


1


receives a PCS order to a permanent duty station(PDS) that requires the wearing of civilian clothing in the performance of duty

 

(Officers – See Note 2)

(CGIS – See Note 3)


tour length assignment is over 30 months


Initial Civilian Clothing Allowance (ICCA) (Note 4)


$1,802.88


2


tour length assignment is
18 to 30 months


$1,442.16


3


tour length assignment is less than 18 months


$1,081.44

4

is ordered:

a. to a consecutive tour (not an extension) at their current PDS and a ICCA was received at their current PDS, or

b. to a new PDS and a ICCA or CCCA was received at their previous PDS






continued wearing of civilian clothing is required on duty






Partial Civilian Clothing Allowance (PCCA)





$540.72


5


is at the end of their tour length and is issued an tour extension for 12 months or more, and a ICCA was received at their current PDS


Continuing Civilian Clothing Allowance (CCCA)


$360.72


6


is ordered TDY and required to wear civilian clothing on duty

(Notes 2, 5, and 6)

TDY period is at least 15 consecutive days in a 30-day period



Temporary Duty Civilian Clothing Allowance (TDYCCA)


$360.72


7


TDY period is at least 30 days in a 36-month period


$721.08

FY 2019 Notes:

1.  When a civilian clothing allowance may be authorized, the member will submit the Civilian Clothing Allowance Worksheet (CG-5150) to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing.  The email address is: Compensation@uscg.mil.  If authorized, COMDT (CG-1332) will email a civilian clothing allowance authorization memo to the member.  A copy of the memo and the member’s CG-5150 is sent to the member’s SPO for Direct Access payment.

2.  By law, an officer is authorized a civilian clothing allowance only if the officer’s permanent duty station (PDS) is outside the United States.

3.  The CG-5150 for Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) agents may be emailed to Commandant (CG-1332) at email address:  Compensation@uscg.mil

4.  The ICCA is not payable to a member upon reassignment during a period of continuous active duty unless three or more years have elapsed between such assignments, or if the member has been out of a qualifying assignment for less than 12 months and is subsequently assigned to a qualifying assignment.

5.  A member is not authorized a TDYCCA when the member is already required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS for which an ICCA has been authorized. The TDYCCA is payable to members who are not required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS, are ordered TDY and required to wear civilian clothing on duty at the TDY location.

6.  A member who was not authorized the maximum TDYCCA amount due to the length of the first TDY, who later performs additional qualifying TDY, is authorized the lower amount. Over a 36-month period, the total TDYCCA amount a member may be authorized will not exceed the amount in rule 7.

Fiscal Year 2018 Civilian Clothing Allowance Authorizations

Fiscal Year 2018 Coast Guard Civilian Clothing Allowances
Effective 1 October 2017

R

U

L

E

A

B

C

D

When a member

(Note 1)

and the

then the member is authorized a

in the amount of


1


receives a PCS order to a permanent duty station(PDS) that requires the wearing of civilian clothing in the performance of duty

 

(Officer – See Note 2)

(CGIS – See Note 3)


tour length assignment is over 30 months


Initial Civilian Clothing Allowance (ICCA) (Note 4)


$1,770.48


2


tour length assignment is
18 to 30 months


$1,416.24


3


tour length assignment is less than 18 months


$1,062.00

4

is ordered:

a. to a consecutive tour (not an extension) at their current PDS and a ICCA was received at their current PDS, or

b. to a new PDS and a ICCA or CCCA was received at their previous PDS






continued wearing of civilian clothing is required on duty






Partial Civilian Clothing Allowance (PCCA)





$885.24


5


is at the end of their tour length and is issued an tour extension for 12 months or more, and a ICCA was received at their current PDS


Continuing Civilian Clothing Allowance (CCCA)


$354.24


6


is ordered TDY and required to wear civilian clothing on duty

(Notes 2, 5, and 6)

TDY period is at least 15 consecutive days in a 30-day period



Temporary Duty Civilian Clothing Allowance (TDYCCA)


$354.24


7


TDY period is at least 30 days in a 36-month period


$708.48

FY 2018 Notes:

  1. When a civilian clothing allowance may be authorized, the member will submit the Civilian Clothing Allowance Worksheet (CG-5150) to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing. If authorized, COMDT (CG-1332) will email a civilian clothing allowance authorization memo to the member with a copy to their SPO for Direct Access payment action.
  2. By law, an officer is authorized a civilian clothing allowance only if the officer's permanent duty station (PDS) is outside the United States.
  3. Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) members will submit the CG-5150 to the CGIS Program Manager for review and signature - Address: Director, Coast Guard Investigative Service, Stop 7140, 4200 Wilson Blvd. Suite 740, Arlington, VA 20598-7140. The CGIS Program Manager will forward the CG-5150 to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing.
  4. The ICCA is not payable to a member upon reassignment during a period of continuous active duty unless three or more years have elapsed between such assignments, or if the member has been out of a qualifying assignment for less than 12 months and is subsequently assigned to a qualifying assignment.
  5. A member is not authorized a TDYCCA when the member is already required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS for which an ICCA has been authorized. The TDYCCA is payable to members who are not required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS, are ordered TDY, and are required to wear civilian clothing while on duty at the TDY location.
  6. A member who was not authorized the maximum TDYCCA amount due to the length of the first TDY, who later performs additional qualifying TDY, is authorized the lower amount. Over a 36-month period, the total TDYCCA amount a member may be authorized will not exceed the amount in rule 7.

Fiscal Year 2017 Civilian Clothing Allowance Authorizations

Fiscal Year 2017 Coast Guard Civilian Clothing Allowances
Effective 1 October 2016

R
U
L
E

A

B

C

D

When a member
(Note 1)

and the

then the member is authorized a

in the amount of

1

receives a PCS order to a permanent duty station(PDS) that requires the wearing of civilian clothing in the performance of duty

(Officer - See Note 2)
(CGIS - See Note 3)

tour length assignment is over 30 months

Initial Civilian Clothing Allowance (ICCA) (Note 4)

$1,735.20

2

tour length assignment is
18 to 30 months

$1,388.16

3

tour length assignment is less than 18 months

$1,041.12

4

is ordered:
a. to a consecutive tour (not an extension) at their current PDS and a ICCA was received at their current PDS, or
b. to a new PDS and a ICCA or CCCA was received at their previous PDS





continued wearing of civilian clothing is required on duty





Partial Civilian Clothing Allowance (PCCA)




$867.60

5

is at the end of their tour length and is issued an tour extension for 12 months or more, and a ICCA was received at their current PDS

Continuing Civilian Clothing Allowance (CCCA)

$347.04

6

is ordered TDY and required to wear civilian clothing on duty
(Notes 2, 5, and 6)

TDY period is at least 15 consecutive days in a 30-day period


Temporary Duty Civilian Clothing Allowance (TDYCCA)

$347.04

7

TDY period is at least 30 days in a 36-month period

$694.08

FY 2017 Notes:

1. When a civilian clothing allowance may be authorized, the member will submit the Civilian Clothing Allowance Worksheet (CG-5150) to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing.  If authorized, COMDT (CG-1332) will email a civilian clothing allowance authorization memo to the member with a copy to their SPO for Direct Access payment action.

2. By law, an officer is authorized a civilian clothing allowance only if the officer's permanent duty station (PDS) is outside the United States.

3. Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) members will email the CG-5150 to the CGIS Program Manager at: Jennifer.D.Votinov@uscg.mil The CGIS Program Manager will review, sign, and forward the CG-5150 to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing.

4. The ICCA is not payable to a member upon reassignment during a period of continuous active duty unless three or more years have elapsed between such assignments, or if the member has been out of a qualifying assignment for less than 12 months and is subsequently assigned to a qualifying assignment.

5. A member is not authorized a TDYCCA when the member is already required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS for which an ICCA has been authorized. The TDYCCA is payable to members who are not required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS, are ordered TDY, and are required to wear civilian clothing while on duty at the TDY location.

6. A member who was not authorized the maximum TDYCCA amount due to the length of the first TDY, who later performs additional qualifying TDY, is authorized the lower amount. Over a 36-month period, the total TDYCCA amount a member may be authorized will not exceed the amount in rule 7.

Fiscal Year 2016 Civilian Clothing Allowance Authorizations

Effective 1 October 2015

Fiscal Year 2016 Civilian Clothing Allowance Authorizations
Effective 1 October 2015

R
U
L
E

A

B

C

D

When a member
(Note 1)

and the

then the member is authorized a

in the amount of

1

receives a PCS order to a permanent duty station(PDS) that requires the wearing of civilian clothing in the performance of duty

(Officer – See Note 2)
(CGIS – See Note 3)

tour length assignment is over 30 months

Initial Civilian Clothing Allowance (ICCA) (Note 4)

$1,703.60

2

tour length assignment is
18 to 30 months

$1,362.80

3

tour length assignment is less than 18 months

$1,022.00

4

is ordered:
a. to a consecutive tour (not an extension) at their current PDS and a ICCA was received at their current PDS, or
b. to a new PDS and a ICCA or CCCA was received at their previous PDS




continued wearing of civilian clothing is required on duty




Partial Civilian Clothing Allowance (PCCA)



$851.80

5

is at the end of their tour length and is issued an tour extension for 12 months or more, and a ICCA was received at their current PDS

Continuing Civilian Clothing Allowance (CCCA)

$340.80

6

is ordered TDY and required to wear civilian clothing on duty
(Notes 2, 5, and 6)

TDY period is at least 15 consecutive days in a 30-day period


Temporary Duty Civilian Clothing Allowance (TDYCCA)

$340.80

7

TDY period is at least 30 days in a 36-month period

$681.60

FY 2016 Notes:

1.  If a civilian clothing allowance is authorized, members will submit the Civilian Clothing Allowance Worksheet
(CG-5150) to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing. If a civilian clothing allowance is authorized, a memo will be issued to the member and a copy sent to the SPO.

2.  By law, an officer is authorized a civilian clothing allowance only if the officer’s permanent duty station (PDS) is outside the United States.

3.  Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) members will submit the CG-5150 to the CGIS Program Manager for review and signature.. The CGIS Program Manager will forward the CG-5150 to Commandant (CG-1332) for processing.

4.  The ICCA is not payable to a member upon reassignment during a period of continuous active duty unless three or more years have elapsed between such assignments, or if the member has been out of a qualifying assignment for less than 12 months and is subsequently assigned to a qualifying assignment.

5.  A member is not authorized a TDYCCA when the member is already required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS for which an ICCA has been authorized. The TDYCCA is payable to members who are not required to wear civilian clothing at their PDS, are ordered TDY, and are required to wear civilian clothing while on duty at the TDY location.

6.  A member who was not authorized the maximum TDYCCA amount due to the length of the first TDY, who later performs additional qualifying TDY, is authorized the lower amount. Over a 36-month period, the total TDYCCA amount a member may be authorized will not exceed the amount in rule 7.

 

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  10/2/2018 1:28:26 PM