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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.
I’m excited to announce the kick-off of the FY22 Workforce Planning Team (WPT) season. As detailed in ALCOAST 080/21, the goal of the WPT process is to annually assess the validity of non-monetary and monetary interventions to mitigate unacceptable risks to personnel staffing that endanger mission capabilities and readiness. Simply put, the WPT process is where a cross-programmatic team annually reviews requests for initiatives like bonuses, SWE points, and other incentives to help manage the entire workforce and establish predictable attrition through the Military Workforce Planning Team (MWPT) and Civilian Workforce Planning Team (CWPT).
Headquarters programs work closely with Rating Force Master Chiefs, Personnel Service Command, CG-82 and the Office of Strategic Workforce Planning and Human Resource Analytics (CG-126), amongst many others, to analyze these requests. Through programmatic sponsors, a holistic and data driven analytic process is conducted. This helps determine the most appropriate intervention strategies based on organizational needs, workforce trends, forecast of personnel requirements, and budgetary realities.
We closed out a very successful FY21 WPT season, resulting in approval of several non-monetary and monetary workforce interventions totaling $53.3M dollars, including:
I welcome all discussions as we continue to assess our workforce in order to better support Coast Guard readiness. My point of contact for WPT questions is CDR Jason Hopkins. I appreciate your participation and look forward to non-monetary and monetary intervention requests through the WPT process.
Joanna M. Nunan
Rear Admiral, USCG
Assistant Commandant for Human Resources