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bonus agreement and meet the eligibility requirements in this Instruction. Waivers of
effective dates for eligibility will not be entertained.
Satisfactory participation as defined in this Instruction means retention in the SELRES.
Commandant (G-WT). Director of Reserve and Training will:
Set SEBP policy and manage the program.
Monitor accessions and losses to evaluate program effectiveness.
Determine bonus-eligible ratings, billets, and units.
Propose funding or policy changes, as necessary, to meet current and future staffing
Evaluate and document the effectiveness of SEBP on improving enlisted force
Announce eligibility by ALDIST at the beginning of the Fiscal Year and as
significant changes occur.
Administer waivers other than waiver of effective dates for eligibility and situations
outside of strict policy guidelines.
Human Resources Service & Information Center (HRSIC) Topeka. HRSIC will:
Pay bonuses to SEBP participants.
Monitor participation and eligibility of SEBP participants.
Terminate and recoup bonuses from personnel who fail to comply with their SEBP
Track and provide data to Commandant (G-WT) on SEBP participation, termination,
Coast Guard Personnel Command-Reserve Personnel Management (CGPC-rpm). CGPC
will adjust bonus eligibility for members with non-availability over 12 months or called to
active duty for greater than 180 days.
District Force Optimization and Training Branches (fot) and Integrated Support
Commands Force Optimization and Training Branches (ISC (pf)). District (fot)s and ISC
Recommend billets and units to Commandant (G-WT) for SEBP policy
Consider SEBP obligations when making assignments since certain changes in
assignment may result in recoupment action being taken against the member.