Enclosure (11) to COMDTINST 1900.2A
All Parties Involved Jointly Agree:
To work together to achieve TAP goals and to resolve
conflicts at the lowest level possible.
To establish frequency of workshops in accordance with
available resources and number of separations.
To coordinate the support services available in the local
community (e.g., other public agencies, military and
veterans service organizations, the private sector).
To identify additional resources required to effectively
implement and maintain a fully operational TAP/DTAP program
and take necessary action to obtain those resources.
The Coast Guard Will Provide:
A POC who will represent the Coast Guard facility commanding
Suitable classroom facilities on an as needed basis.
Facilities will include adequate utilities (lighting, air
conditioning, heat, etc.) and sufficient parking.
Audiovisual equipment (projection screen, overhead
projector, microphone, etc.), telephone, and janitorial
services will also be provided.
Notification and registration of participants.
Ongoing publicity such as, but not limited to, posters and
Encouragement and promotion of maximum participation as
stated in Title 10, United States Code, section (c).
Secondary source of qualified facilitators to substitute in
the event of the short-notice, short-term absence of
Supervision of facilitators provided by the facility.
State Employment Service Will Provide:
A point of contact (poc).
Management of guest speakers supplementing the assigned
The primary source of qualified facilitators to staff the
workshops, to include coverage of workshops during annual
leave and temporary duty periods.