U.S. Coast Guard
Enlisted Personnel Management Division
Updated: 22 Jun 2015
Welcome to the U.S.
Enlisted Assignments Website.
Direct Access 9.1 User and Command Guide - HERE
Please see Below links pertaining to changes to tour lengths effective AY15.
Assignment Officers will pass critical information via ALCGENL Bulletins in CGMS. Also, refer to rating specific websites and EPM's CG Portal page for information and updates.
Why is this important to our CG members? The ESS is ONE of the tools used by EPM to make screening and assignment decisions. Therefore, it is imperative that everyone verifies their ESS in CGBI. To view your ESS, click on the following link:
Additionally; for instructions on how to correct any discrepancies found in your Employee Summary Sheet:
2. <<CLICK>> "CGBI Data Correction/FAQs" on the left of the screen
3. Use the information and links on the screen to find the correct POC for fixing your particular discrepancy.
4. If further assistance is required, contact Customer Support using the link http://csd.osc.uscg.mil/cghelp/ or by calling 1-877-USCG-SYS.
PSC-epm Portal Link:
If you are tour complete, in a billet to pay-grade
mismatch or above the cut for advancement, take the time to submit a well
rounded e-resume that provides an accurate picture of your assignment
priorities with regard to geographic stability, co-location, professional
development opportunities and career aspirations. Ask your shipmates,
mentors, or Command Cadre to review your e-resume and get their opinion on
whether or not your assignment choices will help you achieve those goals.
As we begin the slating process, our goal is to ensure you receive
the best possible assignment which allows you to avoid approaching your
PGPs, gain professional competencies, and attain greater leadership
Special Needs: Help us help you and your family.
This is a mandatory program if you have a family member with a
special need. In order to ensure
that your family has access to the necessary medical facilities, conduct an
enrollment update to coincide with your transfer.
Not being enrolled or having outdated information at the time of your
assignment can narrow your assignment options.
Lastly, routinely check the shopping list for
updates to make sure your assignment choices remain valid.
The shopping list changes throughout the assignment season and it is
always best if we can provide you an assignment that you have applied for
instead of providing you a list of assignments to choose from.
CDR Stephen V. Burdian