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National Housing Assessment Customer Survey

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As an integral component of the Commandant’s ‘Year of the Coast Guard Family’ initiative, the Engineering and Logistics Directorate (CG-4) and the Human Resources Directorate (CG-1) have undertaken a comprehensive nation-wide assessment of all Coast Guard owned family and unaccompanied personnel housing. The results of this assessment will form the foundation to an integrated framework of information and policies supporting the improved management and maintenance of Coast Guard housing.

In order to capture the most comprehensive data on how our Coast Guard members are making their housing decisions and to better assess Coast Guard housing, a customer survey has been created and is now available for all active duty members to complete. It is imperative that a high rate of response is achieved, as this information is invaluable to a much larger housing effort. I strongly encourage leadership and Commanding Officers to stress the importance of this survey and ensure maximum participation.

This customer survey also contains additional questions for Operational Commanders to access housing impacts on Coast Guard missions. As our front line leaders in the field, Operational Commanders are in the best position to report on the affects Coast Guard housing has on our people and what the Coast Guard can do to improve their quality of life.

All active duty military personnel will receive an email from the SILC Mission Readiness Product Line notifying members of the survey. Active duty members are to complete the survey by October 19, 2011.

To take the survey please Click Here: https://cgsurvey.rdniehaus.com

Thank you in advance for your assistance with this important effort.

Rear Admiral Ronald T. Hewitt

RONALD T. HEWITT
Rear Admiral, U. S. Coast Guard
Assistant Commandant for Human Resources

Issue date: 10/5/11

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