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Opening Remarks
---

Mr. John Favata
,
Contracting Officer, Naval Supply Systems
Command Fleet logistics Center Norfolk
(Philadelphia Office)





Opening Remarks
---

Mr. Timothy Baker
, SL

Agenda

3

Agenda


Functional Area Overviews


Collective Joint Training


Kevin Kiernan


Joint Individual training


Joseph Camacho


Joint training Enablers


Michael Egnor


Joint Doctrine


Kimberly Brown


Lessons Learned


Bruce Beville


Joint Training Concepts / Solutions Evaluation


Eric
Springer


Joint Training Core Support


Stephanie Roper
-
Burton


Joint Training Operations Support


John “J.C.” Christman






4




Questions



Closing Remarks



Break out opportunities




1300 Tentative End

Agenda

Naval Supply Fleet Logistics
Center Opening Remarks

for Joint Force Development
Contract

6

OUSD (Personnel and Readiness)

ODASD (Readiness),

Director, Training Readiness and Strategy (TRS)


Joint Force Development


Pre
-
Solicitation Conference

Ready. Resourceful. Responsive!

NAVSUP FLC Norfolk
(Philadelphia Office)

John D. Favata

19 Nov 2011

Purpose of the

Pre
-
Proposal Conference

To promote a common understanding of:



OUSD (P&R), ODASD (R), Director, TRS
Support to Joint Force Development


Proposal Instructions


To provide answers to questions and/or comments
regarding the anticipated RFP.



Ground Rules

Interested firms may submit their questions to
the Contracting Office via email:




valerie.rinaldt@navy.mil



PH: 215
-
697
-
9724



Information provided today is for clarification


only.


Any changes to the draft RFP must be made in
a formal amendment.

RFP Overview

Contract Type:



Multiple Award, Cost Plus Fixed Fee,



Level of Effort


Full and Open Competition


Best Value Source Selection Process


Source Selection Objectives

Choose the contractors who provide the best
value to the Government, non
-
price and
cost/price factors considered.


Obtain fair and consistent evaluation of
proposals through the use of a comprehensive
evaluation process.

Sections L and M

Understanding and following Sections L&M are
the keys to developing a good proposal



Evaluation Factors

Section M of the RFP:



-
Identifies what will be evaluated


Proposal Instructions

Section L of the RFP:



-
Tells Offerors what to include in the


proposal


Summary

The Source Selection process assures you that
your proposal will receive a fair and consistent
evaluation.



Sections L&M are intended to help you provide
us with your best value solution and instruct you
in preparing a proposal that will facilitate our
evaluation.






Keys for Developing

a Good Proposal

Understand the anticipated RFP requirements.


Understanding the Evaluation Factors will
help you know where to place emphasis in your
proposal.


Follow the Proposal Instructions


Provide
material where requested, i.e., keep Past
Performance and Experience material out of
the Cost/Price proposal.


Ensure that your proposal…


Helps the evaluator evaluate


do not make
the evaluators have to search for answers.


Follows the outline provided by Section L


Provides substantiation for what you
propose


Opening Remarks

for Joint Force Development
Contract


Mr. Tim Baker, SL

Mission and Vision


Support Requirements



End State: Integrated Joint Force Development



Training



Education



Doctrine



Lessons Learned



Concept Development and Experimentation



Governance


Title 10 Limitations



JS: Limited Title 10 Mandate



OUSD (P&R): Mandate, but Limited Experience and
Capability


Workarounds


Collaboration with OUSD (P&R)


Leverage Existing Capabilities and Resources

JS and OUSD (P&R) Collaboration



JS Comptroller Initiative: A Joint Approach



P&R Accepted new JFD MAC Sponsorship Requirements



P&R Provides COR&ACOR Contract Management Support



All of Joint Training Enterprise May Use New JFD MAC



Potential Efficiencies By Combining JCW / S&P Common Areas



Full Doctrine Support



Full IT Support (Merging JLLIS, JDEIS, JTIMS, JKO into JTEX)



Full JCOA and Lessons Learned



Incorporation and Consolidation of JS JTSS with JCW Support
Elements



CCDR Exercise Support



Service War Colleges and Post Graduate Schools



JKO



OSD


MAC Aligns With JFD Strategy



Mission and Vision Statement



Consistent With 90
-
Day Plan (Lead, Execute, Assess, Adjust, Lead)

Joint Force Development Contract Specifics



Period of Performance (Base Year + 4 Lots)


Ceiling



Hours = 8,915,253


MAC versus SAC


Scope



Encompasses 5 of 6 Core Functions in JS J7 Vision (Training, Education,
Doctrine, Lessons Learned, Concepts/Experimentation)



Focused on Delivering JFD Results



Based on a Tradition of Being Anticipatory, Adaptive, and Responsive



Provides COA Options WRT Follow
-
ons for legacy C&S and Projects MACs



DoD, non
-
DoD, and Multinational Training Audiences



Provides Training and Transitional Real
-
world Support


27


30 Task Orders Expected


Task Orders May Be Incrementally Funded Using Either O&M or R&D Dollars



Cost Plus Fixed Fee and Firm Fixed Price



Approved for Limited Number of Task Orders With Options

POA&M for Joint Force Development Contract

ACTION
PLANNED
ACTUAL
Receipt of Performance-Based Work Statement
31-Dec-10
7-Jan-11
Issue Announcement of Industry Day
21-Jan-11
21-Jan-11
Industry Day Held
26-Feb-11
26-Feb-11
Synopsis Released by NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center
4-Nov-11
3-Nov-11
Solicitation Issued (draft)
4-Nov-11
3-Nov-11
Pre-Solicitation Conference
19-Nov-11
19-Nov-11
Pre-Solicitation Clearance (includes Acq Plan/MOPAS) Approved
29-Feb-12
Solicitation Due Date
30-Mar-12
Technical Evaluation Completed
31-May-12
Pre-Negotiation Clearance Approved
31-Aug-12
Discussion/Changes to Technical Evaluation Completed
30-Sep-12
Supplemental Technical Evaluation Completed
30-Oct-12
Request of Final Proposal Revisions
30-Nov-12
Final Proposal Revisions Due
14-Dec-12
Post-Negotiation Clearance Approved
15-Feb-13
Award of Basic Contract
1-Mar-13
Award of Task Orders Begin
1-May-13
Joint Force Development Initial Contract Strategy

K0060



Joint Events/Exercises



Jt Events Tech Support




AtN



JKDDC



JDTC




SOCJFCOM



Army War College



OSD (P&R)



CENTCOM



AFRICOM



JNTC



CoS



Facilities




Knowledge Mgmt / IM




JCOA




JOSE




Support Elements




JATTL


C&S MAC



Jt Events Tech Support




Tech Teams (O&M)




Tech Teams (R&D)




Facilities




S& I




Info Ops Range




Systems Eng




NOSC




Trng Environ Dev

el


Projects MAC



Warfighter Challenge
Projects



JATTL (Trng Env Dev)

Joint Force
Devel

MAC



Joint Events/Exercises



AtN



JKO (old JKDDC)



JDTC



JATTL (Trng Environ Devel)




SOC
-
JC (old SOCJFCOM)



OSD (P&R)




Army War College




Jt Events Tech Support



COCOM Support (additional)



JNTC



CoS (Personnel, Protocol,
Strategy, Special Projects)



Facilities




Knowledge Mgmt /IM




Lessons Learned (old JCOA)




JOSE




Support Elements




Non DoD Future events




S&I




Warfighter Challenge Projs

Notes:

(1) Where timing, scope, and labor categories permit move event and JCW technical support to Core and Sustainment
MAC. Move JATTL to Projects MAC or consider eliminating JATTL, shift new tasks to Trng Environment Development.

(2)
Joint Warfighter Development MAC scope written to stand alone as a single MAC for JS, COCOM, and non
-
DoD
support. Encompasses legacy J9 MACs as they expire ; cost avoidance and improved oversight .

(3)
Transition JATTL, Tech Support , Facilities, JOSE, and S&I from legacy MACs to JFD MAC as ceilings or PoPs expire or
to align with JS Title 10 limitations.

Contracts Currently In Place

New




Contractor Support

for Joint Collective Training

Kevin Kiernan

Deputy, JCTD

Omnibus Joint Training Support Contract (N00140
-
06
-
D
-
0060) supported by FLCN Norfolk Det Phila



Current Task Order expires 26 Apr 11

Name and Contracting Authority

Assumptions


Requirements for collective joint training will remain constant or
increase through next

5
-
7 years



Current emphasis on JTF Corps and Division level Mission
Rehearsals will transition to greater support to COCOM exercises



Will retain need for current training capabilities while new
capability sets are identified



Resources will continue to be constrained and anticipate some
incremental reductions

JointCollectiveTraining Division:

Who We Are


Chief,

JCTD


Deputy

Chief,

Joint Training Branch

Chief,

Joint Exercise Branch


Chief,

Tech Teams, JOSE


Operations


Plans & Policy


What We Do


Conduct Mission Rehearsals for JTF HQ preparing to deploy to

Iraq, Afghanistan and Horn of Africa


Support Combatant Commands in the Development and

Execution of their Training Exercises.


2 exercises per year per COCOM, 2 for USFK, and 1 for Joint Staff


Support JTF
-
Capable headquarters training and preparation


Execute Senior Leader Education


CAPSTONE, KEYSTONE,
PINNACLE



"Dynamic"


Scripting

& Relevant

Scenario

“EXCON” Cell

SECDEF/CJCS Supported
Combatant Commander

OBSERVER TRAINERS

JOINT EXERCISE
CONTROL GROUP

Real World
Communications

and

Modeling/Simulation

Joint Exercise Architecture

Primary Training
Audience:

COCOM AND

JTF HQ

Political, Military, Economic,

Social, Infrastructure

and Information (PMESII)

Environment

JOINT EXERCISE

CONTROL GROUP

FY11/12 Joint Event Support

JS J7 JCW


CAPSTONE
11/12
-
1/2/3/4


PINNACLE 11
-
1/2


KEYSTONE 11
-
1/2


UE 11
-
1 OIF MRX


UE 11
-
2 // TE 11/01 RC
SW/E/N OEF MRX


UE 11
-
3 OEF 11
-
13 / ISAF
RC
-
S TE 11/03 MRX


CJTF
-
HOA 11


CJTF
-
HOA 11 In
-
theater
Training Event


CJTF
-
HOA 12


CJTF
-
HOA 12 In
-
theater
Training Event


UE 12
-
1 MRX


UE 12
-
2 MRX

NORTHCOM

Vigilant Shield 11

Ardent Sentry 11

Vigilant Shield 12

Ardent Sentry 12



STRATCOM

Global Lightning 11

Global Lightning 12

Global Thunder 12


SOUTHCOM

PANAMAX 11

Integrated Advance 11

PANAMAX 12

Integrated Advance 12



EUCOM

Austere Challenge 11

Austere Challenge 12




CENTCOM

Bright Star 11/12

Internal Look 11
-
1

Internal Look 11
-
2

Internal Advance 12








PACOM

Cobra Gold 12

Talisman Saber 11

Terminal Fury 11

Terminal Fury 12


TRANSCOM

Turbo Challenge 11

Ultimate Caduceus 11

Turbo Challenge 12



AFRICOM

Judicious Response 11
-
1

Judicious Response 11
-
2

Judicious Response 12
-
1

Judicious Response 12
-
2



Total: 57

5 MRXs

36 COCOM Events

16 Senior leader Seminars


USFK

Ulchi Freedom Guardian 11

Key Resolve 11

Ulchi Freedom Guardian 12

Key Resolve 12



Joint Event Life Cycle (JELC)

1. DESIGN STAGE

IPC

CDC

2. PLANNING STAGE

3. PREPARATION STAGE

4. EXECUTION STAGE

5. EVALUATION, ANALYSIS


& REPORTS STAGE

Event

EX



Training Requirements



Training Mode/Media



EX Objectives



Concept Development



Initial Plans/Directives



Draft CMP


Post CDC



CDR Approves CDC Products



Dialogue with CDR



Complete Training Objective



Initial Trans. Planning



Prepare for IPC



Form Team



JTP Training


Objectives



Draft Milestones



CDRs Focus



Exercise Obj’s.



Scenario


Concept



CCTI




Conduct IPC



Brief Approved


CDC Products



Validate Ex Milestones



Draft Ex Directive



Finalize/Approve


MOAs



Refine Concepts



Develop Supporting


Plans


Post IPC




Conduct Site Survey



Develop Academic


Training Plans



Develop Training


Program for Exercise


Control Personnel



Conduct Data Base


Test #1



Prepare MSEL



ID and Refine Logistic


Requirements.



Update CDR



Draft OSS Plans



Prepare for MPC


Conduct MPC




Review EX Milestones



Approve the Plans



Approve the Training



Post MPC



Develop the Time
-
Phased Force


Deployment Data



Conduct Additional Data Base Test #2



Develop MINIEX Plan



Continue work on AAR Collection Plan



Update CDR



Finalize OSS Campaign Plan



Publish the ECP



Prepare for FPC





Conduct FPC



Verify Completion of All Actions



Brief and Distribute Documents


Supporting Exercise



Finalize Manning



Distribute OSS Campaign Plan



Distribute ECP



Outline Database Test #3 Requirements



Post FPC



Conduct Final Database Test #3



Prepare and Conduct Training



Prepare the Site


MPC



Conduct Deployment



Conduct Setup Activities



Conduct JECG Training



Execute MINIEX


Actual Exercise



Conduct Daily JECG and White


Cell Briefings



Conduct Mid
-
AAR/Final AAR






Correlate TPO’s



Evaluate Training Proficiencies



Develop Issues, Lessons


Learned, and key Observations



Document and Gain


Commander’s Approval



Submit JAAR


FPC

Lead Analyst

Representative JCW Deployable Training Team

Chief of the DTT

Legal

Intel

Lead O/T

Plans

Sustainment

Operations

Fires / Effects

C2

Intel

Analyst Team Chief

Plans J5 / 35

Assessment

Fires
/

Effects

Planning

Operational Protection

Current Operations

Personnel Recovery

Operations

Coalition Ops

Interagency

CIS/C4I

Info Mgt

Information

Sharing

CMO

IO

PA

Engineer

Communication

Strategy

SOF

Log

Personnel

Medical

Sustainment

Augmented when required from:



JPRA,SOC JC, J3/4, JPASE,
JECC, LNOs



Service training programs



SMEs from theater

Intelligence

JTB Core

External Staff
Augmentation

JST Analysts

Contractor Support Desired Capabilities


Lead Planners


Scenario/MSEL planners


OT Analytic Support


Intelligence Functional SMEs


Logistics/Sustainment SMEs


Media Replication


Operational Environment SMEs


Cyberspace Operations SMEs


Other Functional SMEs


Miscellaneous Support (Assessment, Senior Leader Program
Support, etc.)


Critical capability of contractor is to be able to provide flexible, cost
-
efficient

deliverables and to constantly seek process improvement to reduce costs for

legacy work in order to build new capability

Joint Knowledge Development &
Distribution (JKDDC)


Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)

Mr. Joe Camacho

Program Director

19 November 2011

Joint Individual Training

Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)

INDIVIDUALLY FOCUSED. GLOBALLY SHARED.

KEY CAPABILITIES

WARRIOR VALUE

3 PORTALS

Communities of Interest Training and Support


Joint Individual Augmentee Training Program


International Security Assistance Force


Provisional Reconstruction Team Training


Combined Joint Task Force HOA


CENTCOM JTF Crisis Response


Combined Joint Task Force SOUTH


Afghanistan (CJTF 101)


Joint Irregular Warfare Center

Baseline Metrics

(since 30 April 07)

~530,
000 registered users

~4,733,000
total portal logins

~908,000
course completions

996
courses
(~3985
hrs of
instruction) available

Top Course Completions


SERE 100 Code of Conduct


USFK Theater Specific Required Training


Combating Trafficking in Persons


Fundamentals of Personnel Recovery


JTF 101


Improvised Explosive Device Awareness

JKO
-
N (NIPRnet)

http://jko.jfcom.mil

JKO
-
IP

Internet Public

http://jko.cmil.org


WARRIOR VALUE

JKO
-
S (SIPRnet)

http://jko.jwfc.jfcom.smil.mil


Offers COCOM and theater directed
individual training


Provides certified joint courseware


Tracks / reports defense
-
wide training


Provides multinational, interagency &
intergovernmental training product access


Supports innovative advanced
technologies (web
-
based games,
immersive learning, avatars)


Enables exercise prep training

Metrics as of
1 Nov
2011


NORTHCOM

9.2K

Trng Hrs Delivered


EUCOM

20K

Trng Hrs Delivered


AFRICOM

10K

Trng Hrs Delivered


NATO/
PfP


623K

Trng Hrs Delivered

CENTCOM

47K

Trng Hrs Delivered

Joint Staff

289K


Trng Hrs Delivered


SOUTHCOM

5.3K

Trng Hrs Delivered

STRATCOM

31.9K

Trng Hrs Delivered


TRANSCOM

12K

Trng Hrs Delivered

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU

487,000

Trng Hrs Delivered


USFK

600K

Trng Hrs Delivered

JKO KEY METRICS




530K


Registered Users



908K


Course Completions



Avg
49K


(FY11 per Month)


Tracked

and
Reported

DOD
-
Wide


4.1
Mil
T
rng

Hrs Delivered Online


(SIPR / NIPR / IP)


JKO KEY TRAINING AREAS




Individual Augmentee



Joint Task Force Headquarters



Irregular Warfare



Small Group Staff



Culture / Language



SERE 100

SOCOM

6.2K


Trng Hrs Delivered

PACOM

196K

Trng Hrs Delivered

JKO USAGE

SERVICES and INTERAGENCY


Organization Training Hours Delivered Course Completions



ARMY

~ 2,700,000


~ 486,000

USAF

~ 378,000 ~ 59,000

NAVY

~ 131,000 ~ 59,000

USMC

~ 78,000 ~ 20,000

DOD Civilians/

~ 1,040,000 ~ 209,000


Interagency/CTRs

0
100,000
200,000
300,000
400,000
500,000
600,000
700,000
800,000
900,000
1,000,000
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
FY11
Course Completions

JKO Content Management Architecture

First Level
Web
-
based
Courses

JKO
Portals

Learning Content

Management System

(Atlas Pro)

Web
-
based Courseware
Authoring Tool

(ROCCE)


Mobile Learning Environment

Virtual Cultural Awareness Trainer

Small Group Scenario Trainer

JKO Way Ahead

JKO Future Support Requirements

(2012


2016)


Web
-
based training content


Courses


Knowledge products


Training services



JKO Infrastructure


Hardware, Software, Networks


Joint Knowledge Services Database



JKO Joint Content Management Architecture


JKO Learning Content Management System (LMS)


JKO Rapid Online Content Creation Environment
(ROCCE)


Army Training Requirements & Resources System
(ATRRS)


Advanced Distributed Learning


Registry (ADL
-
R)




JKO Portals


NIPRnet


SIPRnet


Internet Public



Advanced Technologies


Virtual Cultural Awareness Trainer (VCAT)


Small Group Scenario Trainer (SGST)


Gaming


Mobile Learning
Environments


Embedded Avatars/Intelligent Tutors


Other Emerging Technologies


JKO Future Support Requirements

(2012


2016)



Program Management Support



Strategic Communications



Strategic Consultation/Planning



Documentation



Budget




JKO
Multinational (Regional Security
Cooperation Network)




JKO Help Desk




JKO
Assessment

JKO
Future Support Requirements

(2012


2016)

38

Functional Area Overview


Joint training Enablers








Joint Operating Systems Environment /

Joint Training Enablers


Mike Egnor

Plans Section Chief

Environment Development Branch

Joint Operating System Environment Division

Synchronization and Integration

Joint Staff, Deputy Director J7 Joint and Coalition Warfighting


2011 Pre
-
solicitation
Conference

Mission


Create, sustain, and maintain an adaptive
joint and coalition environment in which
training and development are conducted



ENGINEERING



ENVIRONMENT
WATCHSTANDERS


TECHNICAL
TEAMS



REQUIREMENTS



JOSE Env
Director


JOSE
Pgm

Mgmt


JOSE DIRECTOR



JOSE Pgm
Analyst



INFORMATION
OPERATIONS
RANGE


IT LOGISTICS
and SUPPORT


JOSE CISO


JOSE Organization



ENVIRONMENT
DEVELOPMENT




The Joint Operating Systems Environment

Common Realistic Joint Training & Development Environment

Services & COCOMs

Multinational

Facilities

Personnel

JOSE Products & Services


Event support


CCMD and Service exercises, Joint experiments, JIOR events


Direct participation in Service Forums; i.e. USAF M&S
Conference,USMC

M&S
WIPT, USMC MTWS CCB, USN NCTE Integration Working Group, AFMSTT User
Working Group, JLCCT ERF Design Meetings, Army Program Management Reviews,
Training Support WGs, and Modernization Reviews.


World wide core force development architecture


JTEN / JIOR and JTEN NOSC


JLVC environment, enhancements, model validation, M&S VV&A and Integrated
Standards to support force development


Integration and sustainment of C4I enhancements replicating the operational
environment


Semi
-
Annual TGAF refinement,
Warfighter

Challenge integration, Worldwide
synchronization


Technical (C4I and M&S) event planning, coordination, integration and execution


JS Requirements capture (collect, analyze , validate and assess) and translation of
requirements into JCW Environment capabilities


JCW Facility Infrastructure and Distributed Nodes


Life cycle management for HW/SW



Joint Doctrine Support Division

DD J7 Joint and Coalition Warfighting


19 Nov 11

Mrs. Kim Brown

Joint Doctrine Support Division

Mission


Joint Doctrine Support Division will analyze,
assess, evaluate, develop, and revise joint
1

and
multinational
2

doctrine, and Universal Joint Tasks
3

in order to advance the operational effectiveness
of the current and future joint force.


1. CJCSI 5120.02, Joint Doctrine Development Process

2. NATO AAP
-
47, Allied Joint Doctrine Development

3. CJCSI 3500.02, Universal Joint Task List (UJTL) Policy and Guidance for the Armed Forces of the United States

UCP and CJCSI Tasks


Specified Tasks


Conduct Formal Assessment Reviews for all DOD Joint publications


Conduct Front End Analysis for new doctrine proposals


Evaluate Joint Test Publications


Conduct Special Studies/Analysis/Research as requested


Lead development, review and analysis of joint doctrine publications


Lead development, review and analysis of allied doctrine publications


Integrate validated concepts and lessons learned into joint doctrine


Host the semi
-
annual Joint Doctrine Planning Conference


Author Lead Agent publications.


Implied Tasks


Participate in Joint and Coalition Warfighting (JCW) Deployable
Training Team Exercises


Assist with/or produce handbooks and other pre
-
doctrinal products


Provide doctrine subject matter expertise to Joint Professional Military
Education community


Conduct Program Directive/First Draft/Final Coordination Joint
Working Groups


Collaborate with JCW’s Joint and Coalition Operational Analysis
Division to incorporate best practices into doctrine.




JDSD Evolution & FY12 POW


2011






2012

Decreased effort

New


9

JPs
--
Lead Agency (Author)


6 AJPs

Custodianship (Author)


Review all JP/AJP drafts


15
-
17 Formal Assessments


4

Front End Analyses


17 Exercise Support Events


2 Test Pub Evaluations


Review
18

Joint Pubs


Attend
40

Joint Working Groups


Attend 3
-
5 International
Conferences (Allied Joint Operation
Doctrine/ Multinational
Interoperability Working Group )



Host semi
-
annual Joint Doctrine
Planning Conference


Manage Universal Joint Task
(UJT)s


Joint Doctrine Awareness Program


Pre
-
doctrinal Products


Special Studies


16 JPs
--
Lead Agency (Author)


6 AJPs

Custodianship (Author)


Review all JP/AJP drafts


15
-
17 Formal Assessments


6 Front End Analyses


17 Exercise Support Events


2 Test Pub Evaluations


Review 20 Joint Pubs


Attend 46 Working Groups


5 International Conferences


10 Produce Handbooks


1 Special Study


2 Newsletters

Eliminated without additional
resources/tradeoff

JDSD Evolution & FY12 POW


2011






2012

Decreased effort

New


9

JPs
--
Lead Agency (Author)


6 AJPs

Custodianship (Author)


Review all JP/AJP drafts


15
-
17 Formal Assessments


4

Front End Analyses


17 Exercise Support Events


2 Test Pub Evaluations


Review
18

Joint Pubs


Attend
40

Joint Working Groups


Attend 3
-
5 International
Conferences (Allied Joint Operation
Doctrine/ Multinational
Interoperability Working Group )



Host semi
-
annual Joint Doctrine
Planning Conference


Manage Universal Joint Task
(UJT)s


Joint Doctrine Awareness Program


Pre
-
doctrinal Products


Special Studies


16 JPs
--
Lead Agency (Author)


6 AJPs

Custodianship (Author)


Review all JP/AJP drafts


15
-
17 Formal Assessments


6 Front End Analyses


17 Exercise Support Events


2 Test Pub Evaluations


Review 20 Joint Pubs


Attend 46 Working Groups


5 International Conferences


10 Produce Handbooks


1 Special Study


2 Newsletters

Eliminated without additional
resources/tradeoff

49

Functional Area Overview


Lessons Learned


(Mr. Bruce Beville)






Joint and Coalition Operational Analysis

(JCOA)

Joint Staff J7


Deputy Director for Joint and Coalition
Warfighting

Joint Development

19 November 2011

Tasking and Mission

“…[JCOA] is
tasked to gather, aggregate, and disseminate in a timely manner key joint
observations, findings, and recommendations reported by the Combatant Commands, Services,
and Combat Support Agencies…then initiates an integrated analysis
...”



CJCSI
3150.25D, 10
October 2008, Joint
Lessons Learned Program

Tasking

"In support of the Chairman’s Lessons Learned Program,
and as directed, the Joint Staff J7 Joint and
Coalition Operational Analysis (JCOA) Division collects, analyzes, aggregates, and disseminates
joint lessons and best practices across the full spectrum of military
operations in order to enhance
joint capabilities.“



25 May 2011

Revised Mission

Unified Command Plan

“[JCOA] operates in
support
of the
Chairman’s
j
oint
l
essons
l
earned
p
rogram
collecting,
analyzing,
and disseminating joint lessons learned and best practices to enhance joint capabilities
.“





UCP 2011

D J7 JS

DD J7 JS

Joint Development

Synchronization &
Integration

Joint Operating Systems Environment


Collective
Training


Individual
Training


Joint

Knowledge

Online

Joint

Deployment
Training
Ctr

Joint Inter
-
operability
Division

Integration


Ops &

Plans

Program
Management

Joint

Concepts

Joint

Doctrine

Solution

Evaluation

JCOA

GS
-
15

GS
-
15

GS
-
15

GS
-
15

Joint
Targeting
School

Joint

Training

O
-
5

Joint Force
Analysis
Section

Environment
Development
Section

Engineering
Section

Watch
Standers

Technical
Teams
Section

IO

Range

Joint Staff J7 JCW
Organization

JCOA Organization

Division Chief

Deputy


Div Chief

Operations

and Integration

Product
Development

JLLP
-
External
Integration

Analyst Pool

Admin

Current

Operations

Editing Team

JCW
-
Internal
Integration

Analysis

Integration

Study Te

Study Team(s)

Schedules &
Tasks

Forward
Teams

People, Processes, and Products


People.

60
personnel
assigned


Experience.

Workforce is a mix
of
senior military personnel, government civilians,
and
contractors

a wide breadth of skills, with 4 PhDs and 39 master’s degrees)


Presence.

Continuous forward presence in theater since 2003. Analysts deploy for 4.5
months


Responsiveness.
Respond on
-
call to senior leader requests. Collection teams can be
on the ground in 24

48 hours when necessary


Tested analytical process.

Thorough process produces studies supported by analytical
rigor


Data archive.

A comprehensive database and archives of lessons learned and
information derived from previous and current operations


Products.
Includes over 40 studies across a full spectrum of joint operations, with
multiple spin
-
off products and releasable versions; widely
disseminated to
DOD
,
interagency,
and
multinational partners.


Integration.
Findings are integrated into various documents, informing

DOTMLPF
-
P,
operations, training,
planning, solutions, and
future
concepts

JCOA Studies


Afghanistan


Adaptive Learning for Afghanistan (2011)


Joint Civilian Casualty Study (2010)


Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan (2009
-
2010)


CSTC
-
A Police Reform (2008)


Provincial
Re
construction Teams (2006)

Iraq


Transition to Stability Operations (2011)


Iraq Information Activities (2009)


Strategic Communications Best Practices (2009)


Comprehensive Approach

Iraq (2009)


Joint Tactical Environment (2008)


COIN Targeting and ISR (2008)


COIN Operations (2007)


Task Force Freedom, Mosul (2007)


Al
Anbar

Best Practices (2007)


Transition to Sovereignty (2007)


Joint Health Service Operations (2005)


Stabilization, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction
in COIN (2006)


Synchronizing Counter
-
IED Efforts in Iraq (2005)


Joint Combined Combat Operations (2004)


Irregular Warfare


Al
-
Shabaab

(2011)


Sri Lanka (2009)


2nd Lebanon War (2008)


Super Empowered Threat (2008)


Georgia
-
Russia Conflict (2008)


Techno
-
Guerrilla (2007)


Modern Irregular Warfare (2005)

Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief and
Homeland Defense


Haiti Earthquake Response (2010)


Defense Support of Civil Authorities (2007)


International Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Operations (2007)

Haiti PK Mission (2004), Indian Ocean Tsunami (2004), Pakistan
Earthquake (2005) and the Guatemala mudslides (2005)


National Response to Catastrophic Event (Katrina)(2006)


National Response to Biological Contagion (2006)


Guatemala Disaster Relief (2006)


Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief in Pakistan (2006)


Operation SECURE TOMORROW (Haiti) (2005)

Other Products


Haiti Stabilization Initiative (2009)


USJFCOM 2009 Lessons Learned Conference (2009)


9
-
11 Commission Report/Global War on Terrorism (2005)

JCOA
-
Supported

Products

Iraqi Perspectives Project, Terrorists Perspective Project,

Unity of Effort

HOA,

UK and US Friendly Fire, Communication
Architecture and Bandwidth Analyses


Current (in work)


Emerging Threats Studies


Operation Odyssey Dawn


Civilian Casualties in AFG Update


Operation Enduring Freedom
-

Philippines


Transition to Enduring Strategic Partnership
-

Iraq

Training/Exercises

Experiments

Other

Directorates

Capabilities

Supporting the Warfighter

Direct Interaction

Allies

US

Warfighter

Internal Support

External Support

Multi
-

National

Policy

Makers

DOD


PME

Interagency

Study


Products

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Functional Area Overview


Joint Training Concepts / Solutions Evaluation


(Mr. Eric Springer)






Joint Concepts and Solution Evaluation Branch Missions

Develop and
produce
new capabilities in order to advance the operational
effectiveness of the current and future joint force by:

Mission




Team



Teamwork!

Joint Concepts and Solution Evaluation
Key Tasks

Identify capability gaps, best practices, and
opportunities

Develop, validate and introduce new concepts

Experiment and produce validate solutions


Task A. Develop and validate CCJO

Joint Force 2020 to establish the Chairman’s
foundation for joint force development.


Task B. Develop
a campaign plan to promote the knowledge, skills, attributes and
behaviors
defining
our profession of arms.


Task C. Evaluate
joint concepts
to
identify capabilities
enhancing
the operational
effectiveness of the joint force in the context of the joint operational environment,
potential adversaries, and fiscal realities.

Key Objectives and Tasks


Task A. Sustain
an effective campaign approach for the development of the capabilities
required to execute the operations described in joint concepts.


Task B.
Design and apply rigorous, adaptable approaches for experimentation, analysis
and evaluation to develop and deliver innovative non
-
materiel solutions.


Task C. Produce
and assess the impact of validated solutions within joint training
exercises.

Objective: Develop, validate and produce new concepts

Objective:
Experiment and
produce
validated solutions

Functional Area Overview


Joint Training Core Support



(Ms. Stephanie Roper
-
Burton)






Functional Area Overview


Joint Training Operations Support


OSD


Service Colleges


SOC
-
JC


Combatant and Regional Commanders


Additional Events


Real
-
world Transition Support


Magic Bullet


We don’t know what we don’t know


Threats


Budget


New / Renewed training requirements


No recent contract survives 18 months


Federal and States have a training requirement







Questions

Closing Remarks