Coast Guard Operating Facility Manual

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Coast Guard Operating Facility Manual

COMDTINST M5440.4

Commandant United States Coast Guard

U.S. Coast Guard Stop 7618 2703 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE Washington, DC 20593-7618 Staff Symbol: CG-833 Phone: (202) 372-3585

COMDTINST M5440.4 27 Jul 2017

COMMANDANT INSTRUCTION M5440.4

Subj: COAST GUARD OPERATING FACILITIES MANUAL

Ref: (a) Information and Life Cycle Management Manual, COMDTINST M5212.12 (series) (b) Personnel Resources and Reprogramming Manual, COMDTINST M5312.13 (series) (c) National Environmental Policy Act Implementing Procedures and Policy for Considering Environmental Impacts, COMDTINST M16475.1 (series) (d) Coast Guard Organizational Manual, COMDTINST M5400.7 (series) (e) Defense Logistics Management System, DLM 4000.25, Volume 6 (f) Civil Engineering Manual, COMDTINST M11000.11 (series) (g) U.S. Coast Guard Postal Manual, COMDTINST M5110.1 (series) (h) Department of Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), DODD 7730.65 (series) (i) Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) for Coast Guard Units, COMDTINST 3501.2 (series)

1. PURPOSE. This manual outlines policies and procedures associated with the Operating Facilities of the United States Coast Guard. It includes authoritative definitions, information regarding the monthly official listing of Operating Facilities as well as the process for requesting, preparing, and executing Operating Facility Change Orders (OFCO).

2. ACTION.

a. All Coast Guard unit commanders, commanding officers, officers-in-charge, deputy/assistant commandants, and chiefs of headquarters staff elements shall comply with the provisions of this manual. Internet release is authorized.

b. The Office of Resource Management's Personnel Allowance & Reimbursable Division, Commandant (CG-833) is the lead staff component and manager of the Operating Facilities program. Commandant (CG-833) shall maintain all associated official

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documentation regarding Coast Guard Operating Facilities Address Codes (OPFAC) and OPFAC Modifiers. The division shall also process all OFCOs and maintain an archive thereof.

c. No paper distribution of Operating Facility lists or OFCOs shall be made. Maintaining Operating Facility information in an electronic database ensures information is as accurate and timely as possible. However, appropriate back-up procedures shall be followed to ensure data integrity and compliance with reference (a).

3. DIRECTIVES AFFECTED. Operating Facility Change Orders (OFCO) Manual, COMDTINST M5440.3A and the Operating Facilities of the Coast Guard, COMDTNOTE 5440 are hereby canceled; portions of both are incorporated into this new manual. The official listing of Operating Facilities of the Coast Guard that were previously released through COMDTNOTE 5440 are now released monthly and made available for download on the Commandant (CG-833) CG Portal page.

4. DISCUSSION. This manual consolidates policy that was spread across multiple directives and decision memos. It further reduces overlaps with other manuals which remain in effect and addresses policy that was left vague or undefined. Under the upcoming transition to the Coast Guard's new Line of Accounting (LOA) system, OPFACs and OPFAC Modifiers will play an even more critical role than they have in the past. This manual ensures the necessary policies and procedures relating to Operating Facilities are in place prior to the implementation of the new LOA system. Finally, this discontinues the annual release of the Operating Facilities of the Coast Guard list via a COMDTNOTE, a process that was archaic, needlessly time consuming, and resulted in the release of information that was often outdated by the time it was released.

5. DISCLAIMER. This manual is intended to provide operational requirements for Coast Guard personnel and is not intended to nor does it impose legally-binding requirements on any party outside the Coast Guard.

6. MAJOR CHANGES. While derived in part from current policy in old directives, this manual is entirely new.

7. IMPACT ASSESSMENT. Policy contained in this manual does not a have a material impact on any personnel resources, training requirements, or funding not already in place.

8. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT AND IMPACT CONSIDERATIONS.

a. The development of this manual and the general policies contained within it have been thoroughly reviewed by the originating office in conjunction with the Office of Environmental Management, and are categorically excluded (CE) under current USCG CE # 33 from further environmental analysis, in accordance with Section 2.B.2 and Figure 2-1 of reference (c).

b. This directive will not have any of the following: significant cumulative impacts on the human environment; substantial controversy or substantial change to existing environmental conditions; or inconsistencies with any Federal, State, or local laws or

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administrative determinations relating to the environment. All future specific actions resulting from the general policies in this manual must be individually evaluated for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Council on Environmental Policy NEPA regulations at 40 CFR Parts 1500-1508, DHS and Coast Guard NEPA policy, and compliance with all other environmental mandates.

9. DISTRIBUTION. No paper distribution will be made of this manual. An electronic version will be located on the following Commandant (CG-612) web sites. Internet: , and CG Portal: Portal2.uscg.mil/library/directives/SitePages/Home.aspx.

10. RECORDS MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS. This manual has been thoroughly reviewed during the directives clearance process, and it has been determined that there are no further records scheduling requirements, per the Federal Records Act, 44 USC 3101 et seq., National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) requirements, and reference (a). This policy does not have any significant or substantial changes to existing records management requirements.

11. AUTHORITY. The Commandant has broad authority under 14 USC 93 to establish, disestablish, and change shore facilities. The Commandant may also assign vessels, boats, and aircraft as needed. However, the authority to acquire and dispose of vessels is vested in the Secretary under 14 USC 92. Since commissioning and decommissioning cutters is closely linked to their construction and disposal costs, the Secretary's direction is usually communicated via the budget.

12. FORMS/REPORTS. Unless stated otherwise, the forms referenced in this manual are available in USCG Electronic Forms on the Standard Workstation or on the Internet: , and/or CG Portal Portal2.uscg.mil/library/forms/SitePages/Home.aspx. Mentions of reports within this manual are accompanied by information on how to access them.

13. REQUEST FOR CHANGES. Requests for changes to this manual shall be submitted to Commandant (CG-833).

A.J. TIONGSON /s/ Assistant Commandant for Resources

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Record of Changes

Date of Change

Date Entered

By Whom Entered

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 OPERATING FACILITY AND DOD ACTIVITY ADDRESS CODES 1-1

A. Operating Facility Address Codes (OPFAC).

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B. Department of Defense Activity Address Directory (DoDAAD). 1-3

CHAPTER 2 OPERATING FACILITIES CHANGE ORDERS (OFCO)

2-1

A. General

2-1

B. Preparation

2-3

C. Congressional Notifications

2-5

D. Concurrent Clearance

2-6

E. Sequential Clearance and Approval

2-9

F. Distribution and Record Keeping

2-10

G. Executing an OFCO

2-10

H. OFCO Amendments

2-11

CHAPTER 3 OPERATING FACILITY CONTACT INFORMATION

3-1

A. Physical Addresses

3-1

B. Mailing, Shipping, and Billing Addresses

3-2

C. Telephone Numbers

3-4

D. Email

3-5

CHAPTER 4 OPERATING FACILITIES TERMS

4-1

Enclosures:

(1) OPFAC Assignment Flow Chart (2) Instructions for Preparing an OFCO (3) OFCO Message Elements Table (4) OFCO Process Flow Chart

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