2100 Second St., S.W.
United States Coast Guard
Washington, DC 20593-0001
03 DEC 1992
COMMANDANT INSTRUCTION 4400.20
Subj: Supply Advisory Council Charter
PURPOSE. To publish the charter for the Supply Advisory Council (SAC).
BACKGROUND. Commandant (G-ELM) established the SAC in 1989 to communicate
and discuss issues and initiatives with Supply Centers Brooklyn and Curtis Bay. Two
categories of formal agenda items were identified - one to address principles and goals of
policy changes, and the other to address specific supply problems. Since then, the role and
membership of the SAC has evolved to be more encompassing.
DISCUSSION. To improve business practices and decision- making, the SAC will
continue to meet on a regular basis. The SAC will address specific supply problems and
RESPONSIBILITIES. Commandant (G-ELM) is responsible for the SAC. Enclosure (1)
identifies the objectives, membership, and general operating procedures for the SAC.
ACTION. Commanding officers of the supply centers, commanders of maintenance and
logistics commands and chiefs of Headquarters divisions will designate representatives or
participants for the SAC as identified in enclosure (1).
ROBERT E. KRAMEK
Chief of Staff
Encl: (1) Supply Advisory Council Charter