U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Coast Guard Overview
The Commandant U.S. Coast Guard designates a senior Flag Officer as Information Sharing Executive to oversee the following responsibilities:
As a DHS operating agency:
- Assess and report internal compliance with Federal annual Information Sharing and Safeguarding performance measures, requirements and tasks and ensure enterprise-wide transparency of these actions;
- Represent the Coast Guard on the DHS Information Sharing and Safeguarding Governance Board, the Homeland Security Intelligence Committee, the Law Enforcement Shared Mission Community and in other DHS executive and collaborative forums;
- Implement DHS-mandated Information Sharing and Safeguarding policies, procedures and enterprise-wide training; and,
- Implement the Information Sharing Environment (ISE) within the Coast Guard, establishing Coast Guard interagency Information Sharing policy, processes and procedures.
As a national Intelligence Community member:
Represent the Coast Guard on the national Intelligence Community Information Sharing Steering Committee and in other executive and collaborative forums;
Implement Information Sharing and Safeguarding policies, procedures and training mandated by the White House National Security Staff and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence;
Respond to inquiries and tasks from the Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment;
Implement Information Sharing Environment policy, processes and procedures for sharing responsibly at appropriate classification levels with federal, state, local, international, tribal, public and private sector counterparts.
The U.S. Coast Guard is a critical ISE mission partner. Please visit these websites to learn more about their information sharing efforts.