Operational Planning: 617-223-8197 or 8348
Cutter Program Manager & Mission Analysis: 617-223-8363
Patrol Boat Manager: 617-223-8154}
Buoy Tender and Ice Breaker Manager: 617-223-8430
Cutter and Aircraft Operational Scheduling: 617-223-8150
Contingency Planning: 617-223-8529
Exercise & Port Security Grant Management: 617-223-8101
The Resource and Performance Management Division directs the analysis, planning, performance, utilization, budgeting and recapitalization of all First District Coast Guard resources. The scope includes Coast Guard operations from Maine to Northern New Jersey consisting of 14 diverse major programs areas (e.g. search and rescue, homeland security, maritime law enforcement, environmental protection, ice breaking, aids to navigation, etc.), 89 diverse units (stations, sectors, air stations, etc.), over 10,000 active, reserve, civilian, and auxiliary personnel and over 2,000 buildings used by the Coast Guard throughout the First District with a replacement value of $493M.
Budget Execution and Development (dmb): 617-223-8290
Resource and Infrastructure Planning (dmp): 617-223-8248
Organizational Performance Consultants (dmc): 617-223-8404 or 8429
The Telecommunication Management Branch implements and enforces national U.S. Coast Guard telecommunications policy pertaining to tactical voice radio communication systems. The Division manages frequency allocation, leased telecommunication network circuits, and certain radio telecommunication infrastructure. They work closely with the five First Coast Guard District Sector field units and the offshore patrolling cutters to establish communication plans that optimally employ communications systems to achieve superior mission execution while ensuring effective, private communications that do not interfere with other authorized uses of the radio spectrum.
Radio Frequency Management issues: 617-223-8403
General Telecommunications issues: 617-223-8041