USCG PUBLIC WEB PROGRAM

The Coast Guard Public Web program falls under the Digital Media Division within the Coast Guard Public Affairs Office, located at Base National Capital Region (NCR), Washington, DC.  We provide enterprise-wide support for the Coast Guard's website content management system and supplemental compliance and subscription management systems.

We are responsible for website/AFPIMS support, Section 508 compliance, GovDelivery Administration, and Google Analytics metrics.

Additionally, we collaborate with the entire Coast Guard Public Web community (public affairs specialists, content managers, and site managers) by providing training, communicating technical updates, and soliciting input/feedback.  

PUBLIC WEB PROGRAM MENU

DIGITAL MEDIA DIVISION MENU

SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY


  • AFPIMS
  • GovDelivery Administration
  • SiteImprove Administration
  • Google Analytics

NOTE: We do not manage access or update SharePoint, CGFixIt, or Social Media.


 

REQUEST ASSISTANCE


The Public Web team will no longer respond to requests sent to individual email boxes. You will likely receive an 'out of office' notice.


FOR AFPIMS ACCESS (CONTENT MGR PROGRAM) AND GENERAL QUESTIONS/INQUIRIES: 


REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE WITH AFPIMS (Content Updates, Permissions Issues, Biographies, etc), GOVDELIVERY, SITEIMPROVE, GOOGLE ANALYTICS, ETC:

  • CGFixIt Ticket - Instructions
  • Our team will review tickets and respond within approximately 7-10 business days.

 

QUICK LINKS

Content Manager Request Form

AFPIMS TRAINING   508 Training   OPSEC Training

Notepad++   SiteImprove   GovDelivery   CGFixIt

 CGFixIt How To   Pub Web Shared Inbox   CGFixIt    Pub Web Sharepoint

Coming soon...




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