4/5/2017: eNOAD, NOAD system maintenance

The National Vessel Movement Center posted a notice that eNOAD and NOAD will be unavailable Tuesday, April 11, 2017, from 2 a.m., to 7 a.m., in order to perform scheduled maintenance. For more information visit the NVMC’s website. The NVMC […]


4/4/2017: OCS National Center of Expertise announces launch of ‘Drill Down’

The Drill Down is a periodic document with the goal of sharing expertise in a simple and user-friendly format to promote dialogue among OCS stakeholders.


3/30/2017: Federal Agency Quality Work Group Port-Wide Industry Day to be held in Baltimore

Port-Wide Industry Day is scheduled for Tuesday, April 4, 2017, beginning at 9 a.m., at the Baltimore Cruise Ship Terminal located at 2001 McComas Street in Baltimore, Maryland.


3/17/2017: Coast Guard commandant delivers 2017 State of the Coast Guard Address

Yesterday, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft delivered the 2017 State of the Coast Guard Address and outlined how America’s Coast Guard will meet the challenges of today while preparing for complexities that remain ahead. You can view the full details […]


3/16/2017: State of the Coast Guard address about to begin

This annual speech affords the commandant a venue to recognize Service accomplishments, reinforce his strategic intent and provide direction for the coming year. Live stream available.


3/15/2017: Coast Guard to present at IOSC

IOSC scheduled for May 15-18, 2017, in Long Beach, California.


3/9/2017: Processing error may result in duplicate applications

The NVDC posted a notice on its website that a processing error may result in duplicate Applications for Renewal in March.


3/7/2017: Mariner training provider course approvals update

The National Maritime Center, on March 1, 2017, returned to a first in, first out inventory process and continues to work to drive down both inventory and processing times.


3/6/2017: Ballast water management compliance date extension policy update

Today the Coast Guard issued an update to procedures for requesting extensions for compliance with Ballast Water Management regulations found at 33CFR part 151.


2/22/2017: Five firm fixed-price contracts awarded for heavy polar icebreaker design studies, analysis

The objective of the studies, which have a combined total value of approximately $20 million, are to identify design and systems approaches to reduce acquisition cost and production timelines.


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