MAY 11 1999
The authority to make local approvals, consistent with this Directive, is delegated to the
LCCBs. Requesting and approving units must not split requirements to remain below any
threshold in this Directive.
Details of the delegated authority are contained in enclosure (1).
Routing of requests is contained in enclosure (2).
LCCBs may prescribe the format of requests to be submitted to them. In the absence of
another allowable format or when the request must be submitted to Commandant (G-SCC)
or Commandant (G-SIA), the requests shall be in the form of a completed Engineering
Change Proposal (ECP) and System Lifecycle Cost (SLC) Worksheet, found in reference
(a), and should be submitted together. In addition, the following supplemental
information should be provided.
If the request involves Standard Workstation III (SWIII) contract items:
a shipping address or addresses. No PO boxes or APO/FPO addresses can be
OPFAC of the unit(s) involved,
POC name(s) and phone number(s), and
a list of the SWIII Contract Line Item Numbers (CLINs) to be purchased, the
quantities and estimated total cost.
If the request involves a Microcomputer Allowance List (MAL) change, specify, for
each unit affected, whether the change is an increase or decrease and by how many
For any approved request that contains SWIII contract items, the requesting unit is
responsible for transferring the appropriate amount of funds to the Standard Workstation
Central Fund. Commandant (G-SCC) will execute a SWIII order only upon receipt of the
Should a unit request and obtain additional Coast Guard Standard Workstation II
(CGSWII) workstations from TISCOM (ISD) in accordance with paragraph 2. of
enclosure (1), and later desire to have them migrated to SWIII workstations, the unit must