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Maximize Joint Warfighting Capabilities. Strategic/ Operational Context. Warfighting Analytics. Investment Strategy. The Evolution of the Pentagon’s Strategic Warfighting Resource and Risk Process. …are we solving the right problem?. COL Bob Larsen, PhD

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Maximize

Joint Warfighting

Capabilities

Strategic/

Operational

Context

Warfighting

Analytics

Investment

Strategy

The Evolution of the Pentagon’s Strategic Warfighting Resource and Risk Process

…are we solving the right problem?

COL Bob Larsen, PhD

Chief, Acquisition and Sustainment Program Analysis Division

Army PAE, G8

capabilities road maps assess quality jointness by capability
Capabilities Road Maps: Assess Quality/Jointness by Capability

Capability

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Collection

System A (Navy-Lead)

System G (AF)

System J (AF)

Exploit/Analyze

System B (AF)

System C (Navy)

System H(Army)

C2 of ISR Assets

System D (Army)

System I (AF)

System K (Navy)

X

Manage Knowledge

System E (AF)

System F (AF)

System L (Army)

Overall becomes

green in 2014

Quality Good AND Jointness Achieved

Quality Good OR Jointness Achieved

Neither Quality Good NOR Jointness Achieved

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Doctrine

Experimentation

IPR

J Doctrine Re-write

  • Organization
  • Core Element

JFCOM

PACOM

CENTCOM

EUCOM

SOUTHCOM

Training

SE Sim / TACEX

FTX

EXEVAL

FTX

FTX

FTX

  • Materiel
  • CIE
  • DJC2
  • ONA

Increment 2

IOC

Increment 1

FOC

Increment 1

Increment 2

FOC

IOC

IOC

Increment 1

FOC

Leadership

GO/FOs Identified

Personnel

DJC2 O&S Personnel

Facilities

Summary

IOC

FOC

DOTMLPF Assessment

Description: The inability to rapidly deploy a command element to forward operating areas.

Capability Need Identified By: OPLANs XXXX, SPG, IPLs, and OIF Lessons Learned.

Assigned FCB: Command and Control (C2)

Potential Offset Risk Area: Legacy HQ operations, support, and O&M.

Shortfall

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Joint Capability Based Process

Risk

Mitigation

Capability

ST vs LT

Process that decomposes from policy guidance to warfighting concepts to capability areas, to materiel and nonmateriel potential solutions

Capability Road Map

  • Top-down guidance
  • Enables the warfighter to shape and influence the trade space debate and document the discussion along the way
  • Provides the “trade space” discussion at the right level

Policy

Strategic Planning Guidance/

National Military Strategy

Concepts

Operational Availability

Assess end of program forces in warfighting scenarios

Provide operational capability with fielded systems to meet a capability gap

FCB Capability

Assessment/

DOTMLPF Assessment

Assesses potential programmed capabilities in an warfighting operational context

summary
Summary

DoD Transformation…

Strategy

Maintaining warfighting capability of current force while taking steps to reenforce the resource development of a more Joint, net-centric force

Process

Review Capabilities Assessment

Identify Critical Capability Gaps, Excess areas, and possible mitigation

Knees in

the Curve

MISSION

ACCOMPLISHED

Risk

Mitigation

Program Review

& Budget Review

Capability

ST vs LT