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Unformatted text preview: Army Force Management Model Determine Authorizations • Planning • Programming POM FORCE PPBE RMD CPA (POM Development) Acquire, Train, and Distribute Personnel • Budgeting (Formulation, Justification & Execution) TAA Resource Decisions DA / OSD Directed Actions • Execution Congress/OSD Input 2015 - 2016 PBG Document Organizational Authorizations ARSTRUC lop nal Models TDA Change Management TOE SAMAS PPROVAL Commands ARNG, USAR SACS Auth Docs MTOEs/ TDAs/CTAs nd TOE / USASOC NOF PMAD / UAD PERSACS Army Priorities DARPL efense Acquisition System 2015 , • The Materiel Development Decision (MDD) precedes entry into any phase of the Defense Acquisition System s • Entrance criteria met before entering phase Development Request for roposals (RFP) Release Decision Program Initiation TRL-7 D RECBASS SMDR ARADS JOIN / GAINS C IOC FOC Production & Deployment Post-CDR Assessment LRIP / OIT&E 6.4$ / 6.5$ / 6.7$ ADM ARMY ACQUISITION OBJECTIVE (AAO) PROCUREMENT Operations & Support Sustainment 6.5$ / 6.7$ / PROC$ CPD REQUEST RETAIN Prepare 3 months Ready 3 months ATC Mission 3 months TRAINED & READY UNITS Materiel Requisitions O/H Quantity Requisitions (RECVAL Process) AE2S (TAEDP) LMI DST Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) LOGSACS FRP Decision Review ARPRINT KEYSTONE Personnel Requisitions Total Asset Visibility (TAV) ADM Engineering & Manufacturing Development ADM ATRRS Sustainable Readiness cquire Materiel Solutions CDR eMILPO AMS Mobilization Plans BOIPFD PM ADM EDAS INTERNAL MGT SYS APAS ES OA TTHS Forecast EG Model RCAS FMS TAFFING TOE TOPMIS REPLACEMENT Command Plan Budget Years Force & Documents END STRENGTH DOPMA Field Grade Strength Enlisted Grade Cap DECISION SPT SYS AAMMP ITAPDB AO & AE REQUISITIONS Total Army Analysis (TAA) Disposal OMA$ All approved by Requirements Authority ies Process (JCIDS) ajor Sub-Processes Test and Evaluation (T&E) • Training Developments ntegrated Product Support (IPS) • Human Systems Integration (HSI) Acquire and Distribute Materiel Combatant Commanders Disclaimer: The systems, processes, and views described in this book reflect the judgments and interpretations of authors and editors, and do not necessarily represent the official policies or positions of the Headquarters, Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, or the United States Government. The text is a synthesis and interpretation of existing and developing National, Defense, Joint, and Army systems, processes, and procedures currently practiced, and is intended only for instructional purposes with the United States Army War College and Army Force Management School, and as an informal desk reference for their graduates and other interested organizations and project officers. Chap # N/A U.S. Army War College Faculty Editors Chapter Title Executive Summary Editor Prof. Lou Yuengert (Volume Editor) Phone # [email protected] (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 1 Introduction Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 2 Strategy Dr. Rich Meinhart (717)245-4797 richard.m.meinhart.civ 3 Force Management Prof. Ed Filiberti (717)245-3715 edward.j.filiberti.civ 4 Army Organization Prof. Ed Filiberti (717)245-3715 edward.j.filiberti.civ 5 Army Mobilization and Deployment Prof. Doug Waters (717)245-3821 douglas.e.waters.civ 6 Reserve Components Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 7 Force Readiness Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 8 Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution Process Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 9 Resource Management Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 10 Capability Requirements and Materiel System Research, Development, and Acquisition Management COL(Ret) Robert Hume (717)245-4793 robert.s.hume4.civ 11 Logistics COL Benjamin Nutt (717)245-4465 benjamin.m.nutt.mil Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ Ms. Julie Manta (717)245-4872 julie.t.manta.civ COL(Ret) Charles Allen (717)245-3460 charles.d.allen20.civ Dr. Jeff Groh (717)245-3587 jeffrey.l.groh.civ COL(Ret) Charles Allen (717)245-3460 charles.d.allen20.civ 12 13 14 15 16 Military Human Resource Management Civilian Human Resource Management Training and Leader Development Information Management and Information Technology Installation Management Community 17 Army Health System Prof. Lou Yuengert (717)245-4790 louis.g.yuengert.civ 18 Civil Functions of the Department of the Army COL Jerome T. Sibayan (717)245-3591 jerome.t.sibayan.mil 19 Public Affairs Ms. Carol Kerr (717)245-4389 carol.a.kerr.civ Defense Support of Civil COL Benjamin Nutt (717)245-4465 benjamin.m.nutt.mil Authorities Note: If you cannot contact a Chapter Editor, please contact the Volume Editor. 20 Chap # N/A Army Force Management School, HQDA, and Army Agency Authors Chapter Title Executive Summary 1 Introduction 2 Strategy 3 Force Management 4 Army Organization 5 Army Mobilization and Deployment 6 Reserve Components 7 Force Readiness 8 Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution Process 9 Resource Management 10 Capability Requirements and Materiel System Research, Development, and Acquisition Management 11 Logistics 12 13 14 15 Military Human Resource Management Civilian Human Resource Management Training and Leader Development Information Management and Information Technology Installation Management Community Army Health System Civil Functions of the Department of the Army Author COL(Ret) Ben Rivera, AFMS LTC(Ret) Martha Stewart, AFMS (Volume Author) LTC(Ret) Martha Stewart, AFMS LTC(Ret) Jerry Kelly, AFMS LTC(Ret) Martha Stewart, AFMS COL(Ret) Kurt Speed, AFMS COL(Ret) Kurt Speed, AFMS MAJ Jon Lacy, DAMOODR Phone # [email protected] (703)805-4905 bienvenido.rivera.ctr (703)805-5926 martha.g.stewart.ctr (703)805-5926 martha.g.stewart.ctr (703)805-3261 jerome.f.kelly.ctr (703)805-5926 martha.g.stewart.ctr (703)805-2372 kurt.w.speed.ctr (703)805-2372 kurt.w.speed.ctr (703)692-6312 jonathan.d.lacy.mil LTC(Ret) Colin Halvorson, AFMS (703)805-4486 colin.o.halvorson.ctr LTC(Ret) Colin Halvorson, AFMS (703)805-4486 colin.o.halvorson.ctr MAJ(Ret) Greg Hamlett (PhD), AFMS (703)805-2362 gregory.l.hamlett.ctr COL(Ret) Jerry Chastain, AFMS w/ Mr. Jim Kennedy, CGSC (703)805-2122 jerry.s.chastain.ctr Mr. Steven Grimes, G-1 (703)695-1164 steven.r.grimes3.civ Ms. Doriot Mascarich, XO to the Asst G-1 Mr. Charles Scott, DAMO-TR HQDA CIO / G-6 (703)693-1468 doriot.a.mascarich.civ (703)614-9816 charles.r.scott18.ctr (703)545-1354 keith.t.dean1.civ Mr. Armor D. Brown II, (571)256-1166 armor.d.brown3.civ DAIM-ODP 17 Mr. Craig Dyer, OTSG (210)295-8938 craig.d.dyer.civ Mr. Brian Sullivan, brian.j.sullivan 18 (202)761-1878 USACE @usace.army.mil MSG Joey Thompson, 19 Public Affairs (301)677-7291 joey.e.thompson.mil OCPA Defense Support of Civil COL(Ret) Terry Melton, 20 (571)358-5777 terry.l.melton.ctr Authorities AFMS Note: If you cannot contact a Chapter Author, please contact the Volume Author. 16 TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents Executive Summary............................................................................................................................................................vii Chapter 1—Introduction Section I—Fulfilling the Intent of Congress......................................................................................................................... 1-1 Section II—How The Army Runs—The Text........................................................................................................................ 1-4 Section III—Summary and References............................................................................................................................... 1-5 Chapter 2—Strategy Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................2-1 Section II—National-Level Strategy.................................................................................................................................... 2-2 Section III—Defense-Level Strategy................................................................................................................................... 2-4 Section IV—Global Force Management.............................................................................................................................. 2-6 Section V—Joint-Level Strategy.......................................................................................................................................... 2-9 Section VI—Joint Operation Planning............................................................................................................................... 2-18 Section VII—Army-Level Strategy..................................................................................................................................... 2-22 Section VIII—Summary, Key Terms, and References....................................................................................................... 2-24 Figures Figure 2-1. National Strategic Direction............................................................................................................................. 2-3 Figure 2-2. Joint Strategic Planning System.................................................................................................................... 2-11 Figure 2-3. Unified Combatant Commands...................................................................................................................... 2-16 Figure 2-4. Unified Action in Execution............................................................................................................................ 2-17 Figure 2-5. Joint Planning and Execution Community..................................................................................................... 2-18 Figure 2-6. Joint Operation Planning................................................................................................................................ 2-20 Chapter 3—Force Management Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................3-1 Section II—Force Development..........................................................................................................................................3-8 Section III—Force Development Phase I—Develop Capability Requirements................................................................. 3-10 Section IV—Force Development Phase II—Design Organizations................................................................................... 3-19 Section V—Force Development Phase III—Develop Organizational Models................................................................... 3-22 Section VI—Force Development Phase IV—Determine Organizational Authorizations................................................... 3-24 Section VII—Force Development Phase V—Document Organizational Authorizations.................................................... 3-30 Section VIII—Force Integration......................................................................................................................................... 3-31 Section IX—Change Management.................................................................................................................................... 3-34 Section X—Summary, Key Terms, and References.......................................................................................................... 3-35 Figures Figure 3-1. Army Force Management Model....................................................................................... Back of Book Fold-Out Figure 3-2. Structure and Composition System................................................................................................................. 3-4 Figure 3-3. Army Organizational Life Cycle Model............................................................................................................. 3-6 Figure 3-4. Force Development Process............................................................................................................................ 3-9 Figure 3-5. Army Concept Framework............................................................................................................................. 3-12 Figure 3-6. Capabilities-Based Assessment Process....................................................................................................... 3-15 Figure 3-7. Solutions Documents.....................................................................................................................................3-18 Figure 3-8. Force Design Update.....................................................................................................................................3-20 Figure 3-9. Modernization Over Time (Resource-Driven)................................................................................................ 3-23 Figure 3-10. Total Army Analysis “End-to-End” Process................................................................................................... 3-25 Chapter 4—Army Organization Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................4-1 Section II—The Production Subsystem............................................................................................................................... 4-3 Section III—The Combat Subsystem.................................................................................................................................. 4-8 Section IV—The Integrating Subsystem............................................................................................................................. 4-9 Section V—Summary and References.............................................................................................................................. 4-11 Figure Figure 4-1. Headquarters, Department of the Army Organization.................................................................................... 4-10 i TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 5—Army Mobilization and Deployment Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................5-1 Section II—Army Mobilization.............................................................................................................................................5-1 Section III—Industrial Preparedness................................................................................................................................. 5-12 Section IV—Summary and References............................................................................................................................. 5-15 Figures Figure 5-1. Army Mobilization Planning.............................................................................................................................. 5-2 Figure 5-2. Army Mobilization System Subsystems........................................................................................................... 5-5 Figure 5-3. Reserve Categories and Mobilization.............................................................................................................. 5-8 Figure 5-4. Mobilization and Execution Process.............................................................................................................. 5-11 Chapter 6—Reserve Components Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................6-1 Section II—Reserve Service...............................................................................................................................................6-2 Section III—Reserve Components Management................................................................................................................ 6-4 Section IV—Training............................................................................................................................................................6-7 Section V—Equipment........................................................................................................................................................6-8 Section VI—Readiness and Mobilization Assistance.......................................................................................................... 6-9 Section VII—Summary and References............................................................................................................................ 6-11 Figures Figure 6-1. Reserve Service Categories............................................................................................................................ 6-3 Figure 6-2. Reserve Component Access.......................................................................................................................... 6-10 Chapter 7—Force Readiness Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................7-1 Section II—Unit Readiness Reporting................................................................................................................................. 7-3 Section III—Strategic Readiness......................................................................................................................................... 7-6 Section IV—Department of Defense Readiness Reporting System.................................................................................. 7-10 Section V—Summary, Key Terms, and References.......................................................................................................... 7-11 Figures Figure 7-1. Readiness Framework..................................................................................................................................... 7-2 Figure 7-2. Unit Readiness Fundamentals......................................................................................................................... 7-3 Figure 7-3. Army Strategic Readiness Process.................................................................................................................. 7-6 Figure 7-4. Chairman’s Readiness System........................................................................................................................ 7-9 Chapter 8—Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution Process Section I—Introduction........................................................................................................................................................8-1 Section II—Department of Defense Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution Process..................................... 8-1 Section III—Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System Responsibilities........................................ 8-9 Section IV—Responsibilities for Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution....................................................... 8-13 Section V—Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution............................................................................. 8-25 Section VI—Allocation of Resources................................................................................................................................. 8-27 Section VII—Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution Deliberative Forums.......................................... 8-30 Section VIII—Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution—Planning......................................................... 8-34 Section IX—Integrated P...
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