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Project Management Division (CG-REG-2)

Commandant (CG-REG-2):  formerly CG-MSR-2, CG-3PSR-2, CG-5232

The Project Management Division (CG-REG-2) is responsible for the development and management of Coast Guard rulemaking projects that implement safety, security and environmental protection regulations.  These regulations are found in Titles 33, 46 and 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). 

  • Title 33 CFR (Navigation and Navigable Waters)

  • Title 46 CFR (Shipping)

  • Title 49 CFR (Transportation)

Rulemaking projects are initiated in response to—

  • Executive Branch and Agency initiatives

  • Statutory mandates

  • International requirements

Rulemaking projects are developed in a team environment that follows the Coast Guard’s Regulatory Development Program-Mission Management System (RDP-MMS).  The RDP-MMS helps ensure the quality and timely development of regulations.

The Project Management Division helps guide the regulatory development process by—

  • reviewing rulemaking project initiation requests

  • reviewing legacy projects for continued viability

  • accelerating the advancement of critical rulemakings

  • developing performance measurement processes and tools

Rulemaking Information from Current Unified Agenda:  
       

1. In order to see the Active Actions click HERE
2. Select "Search most current publication only" and click the "Continue" button
3. Under "Agency or Agencies" select "Department of Homeland Security"
4. Under "Sub Agency or Agencies select "U.S. Coast Guard" then click the "Continue button"
5. On the top of the page there are three options; "Active actions", "Long Term Actions, and Completed Actions. Select "Active Actions"
6. Select any other filters necessary and then click the "Search button on the bottom of the page
7. You should have your Active Actions results for the U.S. Coast Guard

1. In order to see the Long Term Actions click HERE
2. Select "Search most current publication only" and click the "Continue" button
3. Under "Agency or Agencies" select "Department of Homeland Security"
4. Under "Sub Agency or Agencies select "U.S. Coast Guard" then click the "Continue button"
5. On the top of the page there are three options; "Active actions", "Long Term Actions, and Completed Actions. Select "Long Term Actions"
6. Select any other filters necessary and then click the "Search button on the bottom of the page
7. You should have your Long Term Actions results for the U.S. Coast Guard

1. In order to see the Completed Actions click HERE
2. Select "Search most current publication only" and click the "Continue" button
3. Under "Agency or Agencies" select "Department of Homeland Security"
4. Under "Sub Agency or Agencies select "U.S. Coast Guard" then click the "Continue button"
5. On the top of the page there are three options; "Active actions", "Long Term Actions, and Completed Actions. Select "Completed Actions"
6. Select any other filters necessary and then click the "Search button on the bottom of the page
7. You should have your Completed Actions results for the U.S. Coast Guard

 

 

For more information contact:

 

Office of Standards Evaluation and Development (CG-REG)
US Coast Guard Stop 7418
2703 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Washington, DC 20593-7418

 

 

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