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The Army Plan Purpose. Develop strategic planning guidance with senior leadership direction Prepare mid-term, mission-oriented planning guidance using the strategic guidance Translate mission-oriented planning guidance into functionally-oriented programming guidance. Goal --

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the army plan purpose
The Army PlanPurpose
  • Develop strategic planning guidance

with senior leadership direction

  • Prepare mid-term, mission-oriented planning guidance using the strategic guidance
  • Translate mission-oriented planning guidance into functionally-oriented programming guidance

Goal --

Planning influencing the Army’s Program, Budget and actual implementation

army planning guidance using mapit to focus analysis

Most Important MDEPs

Army Planning Guidance Using MAPIT to Focus Analysis

Illustrative and

not Actual MDEP Analysis

High level of resourcing but

low level of importance to

Mission Area Capabilities

Relative Resourcing of MDEP

to Program Requirement

Relative Importance of MDEP to

Mission Area Capabilities

Least Important

MDEPS

High level of importance to

Mission Area Capabilities but

low level of resourcing

the army plan and program budget cycle

POM issues

PBD

POM issues

PBD

The Army Plan and Program - Budget Cycle

Jan 00 Apr 00 Jul 00 Sep 00 Jan 01 Apr 01 Jul 01 Sep 01 Jan 02

PresBud

FY02-03

PresBud

FY 03

POM

FY02-07

BES

FY02-03

POM

FY 03-07

BES

FY 03

POM prep

FY02-07

BES prep

FY02-03

POM prep

Update FY03-07

BES prep

FY03

POM prep

FY 04-09

Section III. APGM

(-- Dec 2000)

The

Army

Plan

FY03-17

Update

Section II. Army Plan Guidance

(-- Oct 2000)

Section I.

Army Strategic Planning Guidance

(-- Jun 2000)

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For Official Use Only

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The Army Plan

FY 1998 – 2013 (U)

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A

RMY

P

LAN

FY 2000

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2015 (U)

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December 1995

For Official Use Only

24 March 1998

The Army Plan

Background

Classified By: LTG Blackwell, DCSOPs, HQDA

Reason: 1.5(b)

Declassify on: December 2005

  • TAP FY98-13
  • Some strategic guidance in Sections 1 - 4
  • Programming guidance in Section 5, across 14 sub-sections
  • TAP FY00-15
  • First “Reengineered” TAP
  • Examined and used best
  • practices including
  • other Services & OSD
  • Organized into 3 Sections
  • Included 10 Mission Areas
  • Approved by
  • Sec Army & CSA
  • TAP FY02-17
  • Replaced 10 with 7 new
  • Mission Areas
  • Applied transformation
  • strategy
  • Produced draft ASPG
  • Produced draft APG --
  • used TAA/MTOFs
  • Produced approved APGM
slide5

Section II

Army Planning Guidance

- Annex -

The Army Plan

Overview

Section I

  • Relates National, OSD, and Joint strategic guidance
  • Provides Army leadership’s vision and guidance

Army Strategic Planning Guidance (ASPG) DAMO-SS

Section II

Feedback

Army Planning Guidance

(APG) DAMO-ZR

  • Expands upon Mission Areas from ASPG
  • Identifies capabilities to accomplish missions

SA & CSA

approve each Section

Feedback

Section III

Army Programming Guid. Memo (APGM) PAED

  • Uses capabilities from APG
  • Identifies objectives and resource tasks by PEG

Section II

slide6

Army

Vision

Section

I.

ASPG

The

Army

Plan

FY02-17

Section II.

APG

Section III.

APGM

Army

Strategy

(ASPG)

BDE TRANSFORMATION

The Army Plan

Incorporates Transformation Strategy

“WHAT WE WILL LOOK LIKE”

Long-term strategy

‘sets azimuth’

12 OCT 99

END STATE

Mid-term capabilities

Mid-term

program guidance

“HOW WE WILL GET THERE”

1 NOV 99 (DRAFT)

END STATE

GOALS

LINKAGE TO END STATE

GENERAL LOGIC

GENERAL PHASING

Program

Objective

Memorandum

FY 02-07

“WHO DOES WHAT BY WHEN”

Transformation

Campaign

Plan

15 JAN 00

RESPONSIBILITIES / TERMS OF REFERENCE

MILESTONES

METRICS / ASSESSMENT PROCESS

MONITOR MECHANISM

NOT PROGRAMMATIC,

BUT FEEDS PROGRAMMATICS

slide7

The Army Plan

Covers the Spectrum…

Deter

Aggression

& Coercion

Reduce

Potential

Conflicts

& Threats

Combat

of

Spectrum

Strategic Nuclear War

Tactical

Nuclear

War

Regional Conventional

Conflict

Promote Regional Stability

Limited Conventional Conflict

International War

Counter-Insurgency

Strikes

Raids

Counter Terrorism

Domestic

Disaster Relief

Security Assistance

Domestic

Civil Support

Arms Control

Deploy, Fight, and Win MTWs

Peace

Building

Environmental Operations

Support

Homeland

Defense

Peace Making

Conduct SSC Operations

Spectrum

Peace

of

Provide Domestic Support

Peace Enforcement

Counter Drug

7 Mission Areas --

Responsive & Dominant

across the

Spectrum of Operations

Show of Force

Nation Assistance

Sanctions Enforcement

Non-Combatant Evacuation Occupations

Peace Keeping

Humanitarian

slide8

CINC

Intent

Strategic

Theater

Objectives

Strategic

Theater

Concept

Program

Objective

Memorandum

( POM )

Essential

UJTL

Tasks

Conditions

Standards

TAA

Force Structure

TOF

MTOF

Army Planning Guidance

Considers MTOF Scenarios

DCSOPS

MTOF Process

TAP Process

Section II

Army

Planning

Guidance

Use scenarios

- Annex -

Use MTOF - UJTL

in TAP Tasks

Mission Task Organized Force

(MTOF) Regional Scenarios

Peace Enforcement - Balkans

Noncombatant Evacuation

Operation - Nigeria

Peacekeeping - Peru/Ecuador

Peacekeeping - Sinai

Humanitarian Assistance - Congo

Maritime Interdiction Operation - Iran

Counter Drug - Columbia

Consequence Management

National Missile Defense

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Disaster Relief

Base Engagement Force

Base Generating Force

Major Theater War

Use UJTL

Universal Joint

Task List

(UJTL)

army planning guidance uses metl like structure

Prioritizes

Army Planning GuidanceUses “METL-like” Structure

7 Mission Areas

  • Promote Regional Stability
  • Reduce Potential Conflicts and Threats
  • Deter Aggression and Coercion
  • Conduct SSC Operations
  • Deploy, Fight, and Win MTWs
  • Support Homeland Defense
  • Provide Domestic Support

Section II

Mission Area Structure

Mission Area (definition)

  • Objectives
    • Tasks
      • Capabilities
        • Performance Standards
slide10

A Task may be required

in more than one Mission Area; and

a Capability may be required in

more than one Task

MA1

MA2

Task

Task

Task

Task

Task

Task

2

4

3

5

1

1

Cap

Cap

Cap

Cap

Cap

Cap

1

1

2

4

3

5

Army Planning Guidance

Provides Capabilities-Based Planning

Planning

Programming/Budgeting

Reducing or eliminating resources for

a Task or Capability in one Mission Area,

does not change requirement for the same

Task or Capability in another MA

MA1

MA2

Task

Task

Task

Task

Task

Task

2

4

3

5

1

1

Cap

Cap

Cap

Cap

Cap

Cap

1

1

2

4

3

5

  • Capability-Based Planning involves--
  • Identifying all required capabilities to accomplish each Mission Area
  • And, if a later decisionalters a mission or reduces or eliminates resources for task or capability in a Mission Area, this decision
  • does not change requirement for capability in other Mission Area
slide11

Army Planning Guidance

Mission Area Wiring Diagram

DCSOPS

(LTG Ellis)

ODCSOP & Secretariat

Co-leads at

Mission Area Level

ADCSOPS

(MG Kensinger)

DAMO-ZR

(COL Palmatier)

Working

DAMO-SS

(General Officer)

DAMO-

(General Officer)

DAMO-OD

(General Officer)

PRS

DAMO-SSP

COL ____

DUSA-IA

COL Morgan

PCT

DAMO-SSD

COLBrown

DUSA-IA

COL Grabowski

MTW

DAMO-SSW

COL Brown

ASA(ALT)

Mr. Damstetter

SHD

DAMO-SSW

COL Brown

ASA(M&RA)

COL Demasi

SSC

DAMO-

COL ____

ASA(M&RA)

LTC Hersey

DAC

DAMO-ODO

LTC Scott

ASA(M&RA)

COL Smoot

PDS

DAMO-ODS

COL Fitton

SAUS

VACANT

MAs provide a deliberate link from strategic guidance to essential capabilities.

army planning guidance linking capabilities to programming
Army Planning Guidance Linking Capabilities To Programming

Mission Area To Programming Integration Tool (MAPIT)

provides the means for linking and defining the importance

of a specific MDEP to a specific Capability

Mission Area Hierarchy

PEG Hierarchy

MSN AREA 1

PEG 1

OBJ 1

OBJ 1

Task 1

Task 2

Sub-OBJ 2

Sub-OBJ 1

Capability 1

Capability 2

Capability 3

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

MDEP C

MDEP A

MDEP D

MDEP B

  • Planning to Programming relationship --
  • A Mission Area Capability may receive resources from many MDEPs
  • An MDEP may support many Mission Area Capabilities
the army plan the intent

THE WHITE HOUSE

DECEMBER 1999

TAP

Section II

Army

Planning

Guidance

(APG)

Mission Areas

and Capabilities

TAP

Section I

Army

Strategic

Planning

Guidance

(ASPG)

Transformation

Strategy

MDEPs Resourced

Use Operationally Focused Planning To Shape and Defend the Army Program

The Army PlanThe Intent

TAP

Section III

Army

Programming

Guidance

Memorandum

(APGM)

The Army Vision:

Soldiers on point

for the Nation transforming the most respected Army in the world into a strategically responsive force that is dominant across the full spectrum of operations

Man Tng Eq Org Sust Inst

Promote Regional Stability

Army

Planning

Guidance:

Capabilities

Required

POM:

Capabilities

Resourced

Reduce Potential Conflicts and Threats

Deter Aggression and Coercion

Conduct Smaller Scale Contingency Ops

Deploy, Fight & Win Major Theater Wars

Support Homeland Defense

Provide Domestic Support

OSD Issues

and

Army Answers

Army POM &

Budget Estimate

army planning guidance using mapit to focus analysis14

Most Important MDEPs

Army Planning Guidance Using MAPIT to Focus Analysis

Illustrative and

not Actual MDEP Analysis

High level of resourcing but

low level of importance to

Mission Area Capabilities

Relative Resourcing of MDEP

to Program Requirement

Relative Importance of MDEP to

Mission Area Capabilities

Least Important

MDEPS

High level of importance to

Mission Area Capabilities but

low level of resourcing

conceptual design of mapit

Web-based, User Friendly Interface Provides:

  • Hierarchy
  • Rating Bars
  • General Information
  • Definitions
  • Reports
  • Help

Quality Function Deployment (QFD):

  • Used to determine the relative importance of MDEPs.
  • Systematic, straight forward, well defined approach.
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF MAPIT
  • MAPIT generates the interface and stores inputs by using:
  • Current Planning Database (TAP MAS)
  • Current Programming Database (PROBE)

Prioritized MDEPs (Based on Mission Area)

the army plan and program budget cycle16

POM issues

PBD

POM issues

PBD

The Army Plan and Program - Budget Cycle

Jan 00 Apr 00 Jul 00 Sep 00 Jan 01 Apr 01 Jul 01 Sep 01 Jan 02

PresBud

FY02-03

PresBud

FY 03

POM

FY02-07

BES

FY02-03

POM

FY 03-07

BES

FY 03

POM prep

FY02-07

BES prep

FY02-03

POM prep

Update FY03-07

BES prep

FY03

POM prep

FY 04-09

Section III. APGM

(-- Dec 2000)

The

Army

Plan

FY03-17

Update

Section II. Army Plan Guidance

(-- Oct 2000)

Section I.

Army Strategic Planning Guidance

(-- Jun 2000)

the army plan summary

Soldiers on point ...

The Army PlanSummary
  • Provides operationally mission-oriented planning guidance
  • Incorporates Transformation Strategy
  • Integrates SECRETARIAT, ARSTAF

and MACOM inputs

  • Links Planning Capabilities to Programming MDEPs

ADCSOPS support is essential

for TAP success