The Office of Standards Evaluation and Development (CG-REG) is a key enabler for the Coast Guard’s Regulatory Development Program (RDP).
CG-REG provides project management and economic and environmental analyses in coordination with other RDP partners and in support of program offices which oversees the relevancy of regulations for their respective Coast Guard mission. CG-REG's main RDP partner is the Office of Regulations and Administrative Law (CG-0943), which provides legal expertise and project counsels for all Coast Guard regulatory and related actions. CG-REG also leads Coast Guard efforts at the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Facilitation Committee (FAL) and coordinates Coast Guard efforts in industry consensus standards development and integration into our regulations.
CG-REG contains two divisions. CG-REG-1, Standards Evaluation & Analysis Division, is responsible for evaluating the economic and environmental impact of a rulemaking action initiated by the Coast Guard. CG-REG-2, the Project Management Division, is responsible for managing regulatory development projects from inception to finalization, and the development of performance measurement, processes and tools to advance the regulations for publication.
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|5/28/15: Coast Guard and Transport Canada publish guidance documents to support work of the Regulatory Cooperation Council||
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Evaluation and Development (CG-REG)
US Coast Guard Stop 7418
2703 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Washington, DC 20593-7418