Information Technology Officer: Maj Rick Koon


Summary of IT Responsibilities

Manages and directs all information technology related activities.

They shall:

  • Manage and direct wing wide Information Technology programs.

  • Serve as the wing WSA responsible for assigning and editing permissions for assigned members (if allowed by applicable Wing policy).

  • Assist the Director of Operations in Operational Security (OPSEC) awareness training matters and ensure Information Security (INFOSEC) training is performed in a timely manner.

  • Develop and implement wing wide IT policies and procedures in support of CAP's missions.

  • Develop and implement training programs for wing members to ensure efficient use of all IT assets.

  • Oversee the development and maintenance of the wing website.

  • Assist the wing commander in generating up-to-date measurable performance data extracted from available information systems.

  • Support Function (CAP Help Desk):

    • Coordinate help desk issues between superior and subordinate headquarters.

    • Track IT related support issues and inquiries for the wing for submission, through proper channels, to higher headquarters.

    • Collect and collate information regarding IT related support issues and inquiries from subordinate echelons for submission, through proper channels, to higher headquarters.

  • Develop automated, streamlined reporting systems for the capture of periodic data IAW pertinent regulations and that are not in conflict with systems put in place by higher headquarters.

  • Other related duties as required.

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Oregon Wing Office 365 Member Account

FAQ

Pacific Region and Oregon Wing have partnered together to bring Microsoft Office 365 web based application services to all it's members. This service provides every member with access to Civil Air Patrol email system, data storage for Word/Excel/Power Point applications, and improved collaboration via Teams and SharePoint. Please refer to the information below for additional information about these services, including steps on how to set them up.

 

What is Office 365?

Follow this link to a What is Office 365 video playlist from Microsoft.

How do I setup my Office 365 account?

Follow this link for a Setup Guide and FAQs on your CAP Office 365 account.

How do I use Office 365 and its applications?

Follow this link to the Microsoft Office 365 basics - video training.

How do I use Teams

Follow this link to the Microsoft Teams - video training

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

Follow this link to the Alerts and Tips

Microsoft e-mail

Now ORWGnotices only go to the new email address and emergency services alert messages will only be going to the new email address. Additionally many other official emails will only be going to the new address.

Your new address is in the format first.last@orwgcap.org or first.last@orwg.cap.gov. You should insure that this address has been turned on and you are monitoring it or else you are having all its emails forward to another email address that you do monitor on a regular bases.

You were originally sent an email with instructions on how to set it up and a temporary password. If you have not done so please do so now. If you don't have the letter anymore please respond to your IT rep and they will have it resent to you.

Once it is set up and you don't want to have to monitor an additional email then follow the attached instructions to forward all email from the new address to another address.

When you are ready to sign-in please navigate to the ORWG Office 365 Email Portal, this is where you will enter the user name and temporary password from above. You will then be prompted to change your password and setup the security on your account.

If you need some additional help please download this Quick Reference. If further assistance is needed please seek help using the following list in the order presented.

  1. Contact Unit IT Officer
  2. Contact Wing IT Officer

Q - What does this mean to me

A - Your new e-mail will be in the format of first.last@orwgcap.org or first.last@orwg.cap.gov

Q - Will my old e-mail continue to work

A - You will still be able to receive e-mails but you will not be able to send e-mails from the old domains.  

Q - How will I get Email on my computer

A - Go to the Office 365 sign-in Page. https://www.office.com/ and click on the “Sign in” button.  Further instructions are on this document.

Q - How do I get this Email on my phone

A -  Follow the instructions on the previous step to set up your email on your computer then follow the instructions on this page.    Add Email to my phone