Coast Guard and BSEE outline joint goals in regulating offshore activities and signed a joint memorandum of agreement outlining respective roles in regulating of fixed facilities on the Outer Continental Shelf.
Posted by LT Amy Midgett
The Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers recently invited you to share your comments and feedback regarding the modernization of navigation services. As of today, the presentations that were provided at the subject Listening Sessions are NOW available online at the feedback site for viewing prior to providing additional and/or updated feedback.
Coast Guard Vice Commandant speaks at the opening of the Center for Arctic Study and Policy. The Center will house the Coast Guard think-tank for Arctic maritime oeprations and build a nexus between operators, indigenous community members and policymakers on evolving Arctic issues.
The U.S. Coast Guard has released the report of investigation into the circumstances surrounding the grounding of the mobile offshore drilling unit Kulluk on the eastern coast of Sitkalidak Island, Alaska, Dec. 31, 2012.
The United States Coast Guard embraces the use of social media and other two-way, online communication vehicles to increase openness and transparency with our constituents as a military, law enforcement and regulatory […]