Shape the technology to the user, not the reverse!
1. Under the direction and supervision of the Chief, Office of Navigation Systems, the Chief, Electronic Navigation Division shall:
Serve as the Program Manager for the Electronic
Navigation (e-Nav) and the Vessel Traffic Management (VTM) Programs. e-Nav
includes radionavigation, AIS, charting and dissemination of marine
information. VTM includes liaison responsibilities with CG7 on matters
pertaining to VTS policy.
b. Develop, review and evaluate all national and service-wide plans, policies, procedures, standards, and resource and training requirements necessary for program execution and performance.
Initiate, review and evaluate program related analyses
and RDT&E projects. Coordinate with the
Develop program measures of effectiveness and analyze
relevant data and alternatives required to support budgetary and policy
decisions necessary to achieve program goals, including those under the
authority of the Ports and Waterways Safety Act.
Provide guidance to operational and support commanders
on the allocation of resources and priorities to achieve program goals.
Provide programmatic input to facility management
processes, including such areas as operational performance standards,
command and control functions, data capture and analysis, training,
acquisition, geographic distribution and readiness.
Monitor and guide the preparation of legislative
proposals and regulations dealing with the program's area of responsibility.
Act as the Coast Guard portfolio manager for paper
Review and comment on National Transportation Safety
Board and marine casualty investigations involving electronic navigation or
Coordinate Coast Guard involvement and interests in
radionavigation and Vessel Traffic Management systems.
l. Serve as:
(1) U.S. delegate to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Safety of Navigation Subcommittee;
(2) Coast Guard representative to the IALA e-Nav Committee;
(3) The Coast Guard representative on DoT Navigation Working Group and other Federal committees which are concerned with the development of national plans and policies for radionavigation services; and
(4) Member of the DHS Position Navigation and Timing (PNT) workgroup.
Primary Mission Areas:
Services & Reporting