U. S. Coast Guard Pay & Personnel Center
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Commanding Officer (Staff Symbol)
U.S. Coast Guard
Pay & Personnel Center
444 S. E. Quincy St.
Topeka, KS 66683-3591
New Direct Access & WebNow Links
Per ALCOAST 069/21, here are the new web addresses (URLs) for Direct Access and WebNow/Perceptive Content:
New Direct Access link: https://hcm.direct-access.uscg.mil
New ImageNow/Perceptive Content link: https://imgprd01.direct-access.uscg.mil/webnow (Note: CG network access required.)
The user names and passwords you use to access these systems have not changed.
DA 9.1 Orders Integration Process is comprised of Reserve Orders, Separation Orders, and Applicant Orders. This Orders Integration Process is ran nightly: 2100 - Reserve Orders, 2130 - Separation Orders, and 2145 - Applicant Orders. These processes will grab all orders in an "Enroute" status and put them in a "Finished" status for any orders when the end date is current date or date prior to current date. This process used to run early morning which prevented SPOs from properly closing the orders, not allowing SPOs to make amendments, or to enter leave sold.
We also run this process manually during each pay cycle. It will be ran the day after each SPO Data Entry/Approval Cutoff Date. This process will grab all orders with an end date through the end of the pay cycle and put them in a "Finished" status.
Review Understanding Reserve Pay Processing in Direct Access 9.1 and Understanding Job Data Direct Access 9.1 for more information on orders and payroll processing.