U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 05-03 - 8th Eastern District


Members Deck

Communication Services Officer

Ref: How to Bring Up an Auxiliary Website document posted on the Auxiliary Internet Resources Site (AIRS) http://www.cgaux.org/cgauxweb/websites.htm
NACO's Auxiliary Web Policy letter posted on AIRS website http://www.uscgaux.org/~airs/ref/wsp197.html
Auxiliary Internet Resources Site (AIRS) http://www.uscgaux.org/~airs/
"C" school, Aux-04: Distance Learning Education Technology, offered for training of persons assigned CS duties. Information on the school is available at http://www.uscg.mil/HQ/TQC/15BP.HTM. Or see http://coetechnology.okstate.edu/cgaux/
Auxiliary National Web Site (http://www.cgaux.org).


a. Exercise staff responsibility and supervision over electronic communication services for the flotilla. Keep the flotilla informed of all developments in these areas.

b. Unless otherwise directed, create and maintain a flotilla website that is in full compliance with Auxiliary web policies.

c. Maintain personal e-mail and Internet access. Be registered in the national e-mail directory and keep your registration information up-to-date.

d. Foster interest in electronic communication among the members. Encourage and facilitate the use of electronic communication throughout the flotilla.

e. Facilitate the information relay process between those members who have e-mail and World Wide Web access capabilities and those members who do not yet have such access to electronic media.

f. Coordinate and cooperate with the FSO-PB and FSO-PA to ensure that both electronic and printed media are used to their fullest extent in providing information to the membership and to the boating public.

g. Serve as flotilla WebWatcher. Monitor all Auxiliary E-mail NETs and the Auxiliary national website (CGAUXWEB) for important information. Ensure that such information reaches the appropriate elected and staff officers and the general membership in a timely fashion.

h. Regularly monitor your local district, division and flotilla websites for official information posted for members by elected or staff officers.

i. Regularly attend flotilla meetings and report on official information obtained from the web to members who do not have access to electronic media.

j. Maintain close liaison with the Division Communication Services Officer (SO-CS) and provide a monthly activity report to the SO-CS.

k. Upon expiration of your term of office, or when so directed by the Flotilla Commander, transfer all property and records of the office as well as the flotilla website to your successor.

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