USCG Maritime Commerce Strategic Outlook
U.S. Coast Guard’s Maritime Commerce Strategic Outlook guides Service efforts in securing the strategically critical maritime environment while enabling its impact on the Nation’s economic prosperity. This document establishes three lines of effort that are critical to the success of the U.S. Coast Guard: 1) facilitating lawful trade and travel on secure waterways; 2) modernizing aids to navigation and mariner information systems; and 3) transforming workforce capacity and partnerships to meet the increasingly complex operating environment.
USCG Cyber Strategy
The Coast Guard is committed to ensuring the safety, security, and
stewardship of our Nation’s
waters. This commitment requires a comprehensive cyber strategy that
provides a clear framework
for our overall mission success.
USCG Human Capital Strategy
The Human Capital Strategy sets a 10-year course to ensure that its
functions and processes – including requirements, resource allocation,
training, and human resource systems – work together to ensure a thriving
and effective workforce prepared for the complexities of tomorrow.
2014 USCG's Western Hemisphere Strategy
The U.S. Coast Guard's vision for operating in the Western Hemisphere is to ensure a Secure Nation, Prosperous
Markets, and Thriving Oceans.
2014 USCG Living Marine Resources Ocean Guardian
Ocean Guardian 2014 is a framework consisting of Priorities, Goals, Objectives and Strategies that provide a long standing
persistent focus that should not alter over the course of the ten year period of this strategic plan. Continual changes in
fiscal and operational resources and evolving DHS and Coast Guard priorities necessitates a living process that establishes
procedures and can adjust to remain relevant and focus LMR efforts.
2013 USCG's Arctic Strategy
The U.S. Coast Guard vision for operating in the Arctic Region is to ensure safe, secure, and environmentally responsible maritime activity in the Arctic.
A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower
To successfully implement this strategy, the Sea Services (U.S. Coast Guard,
U.S. Navy, and U.S. Marine Corps) must collectively expand the core capabilities
of U.S. seapower to achieve a blend of peacetime engagement and major combat
USCG Strategies Archive