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Logistics Requisitions (LOGREQs)

Location: Coast Guard Building, Room 227

Monday through Friday

Logistics Requisitions are officially transmitted via the CGMS website. Appropriate linkage is found in the Base New Orleans LOGREQs Portal Site.

Cutters expecting to moor at Base New Orleans should notify Port Services of their intent as soon as practical.  Arriving cutters should submit a LOGREQ message not less that 3 days in advance of arrival.  The LOGREQ should be addressed to:
          COGARD BASE NEW ORLEANS//fp//.
The visiting cutter should receive a LOGREQ reply no later than 48 hours before arrival.  If a LOGREQ reply is not received, call Base New Orleans LOGREQ Officer or the OOD.

In order to provide the highest quality of service to visiting United States Coast Guard Cutters, this sub-department is determined to provide resources and guidance on local vendors.  These services include, but are not limited to; provision of Pilots (for navigation and port docking), tugboat services, garbage disposal, black water disposal, bilge pumping services, and fuel and oil services.
Tips for Filling Out a LOGREQ Form:
1. Frequently SAVE what you are doing.
When the user drafts a message in CGMS they must save a lot because the program likes to freeze unexpectedly sometimes.  That requires closing the browser, re-opening the browser and restarting CGMS.  If it freezes it won't preserve any changes made between the last save and restarting.
2. CGMS doesn't use TAB!
The user must use the space bar to get the draft formatted correctly.  (By correct I mean making sure the message is uniform in appearance and the sentences all line up and so on..)

3. Watch your formatting!
When drafting a message the user must hit enter/return at the end of each line; like a typewriter.  If the user continues typing through the "auto-return" and the sentence is too long CGMS will create a new line containing the portion of the sentence that would not fit.

4. The general instructions can be found in the CGMS help file located on the CGMS site itself.

Contact Information:
(504) 253-4511



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Last Modified 1/12/2016