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Joint Capabilities Integration and Development 
System 
(JCIDS)
Agenda 
• The Requirements Environment 
• Capabilities Based Planning 
o Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) 
o Non-Materi...
The Requirements Environment 
Finding the balance between: 
Combatant Commands near-term 
requirements to support Continge...
Capabilities-Based Planning 
Tab 2 - JCIDS 
4 
Planning, 
Programming, 
Budgeting, and 
Execution 
(PPBE) 
Fielded 
Capabi...
The JCIDS Process is … 
 Top driven by Joint Concepts and experimentation 
 A bottoms-up process fed by service-unique req...
Capabilities-Based Planning 
Tab 2 - JCIDS 
6 
Planning, 
Programming, 
Budgeting, and 
Execution 
(PPBE) 
Fielded 
Capabi...
Threat vs Capabilities-Based Planning 
Requirements Generation System 
~30 years of experience 
7 
Joint Capabilities Inte...
JCIDS is… 
• A key supporting process for DoD acquisition and PPBE processes 
o Supports “the statutory responsibility of ...
JCIDS and Acquisition 
•Final Design 
•Developmental 
TE (DTE) 
•Operational 
Assessments 
•Revise 
KPPs/KSAs 
•Acquisitio...
An Approved Capabilities Development 
Document (CDD) is needed at… 
• LRIP 
• FOTE 
•Technology 
Demonstrated 
•Initial Ke...
Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA) 
11 
NEEDS 
GAPS 
SOLUTIONS 
Existing 
Guidance 
The problems 
and the risks 
What we ...
Capability-Based Assessment (CBA) 
Output Documents 
• Joint DCR – DOTmLPF-P Change Recommendation 
o When DoD Decides a J...
CBA Output Documents 
Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) 
o Required at Material Development Decision (MDD) 
o Initiates ...
Capabilities Development Document 
Operational Performance Attributes 
• Establishes attributes necessary to design a prop...
Key JCIDS Development Documents 
Capability Development Document (MS B) 
o Defines Performance Requirements to Achieve Cap...
Key Performance Parameters 
(KPPs) 
• Performance Attributes of system 
• Critical to develop an effective military capabi...
Key System Attributes 
(KSAs) 
• Attributes/characteristics essential to achieve a balanced solution 
• Not critical enoug...
Mandatory 
Key Performance Parameters (KPP) 
Key System Attributes (KSA) 
• Force Protection KPP (all manned systems) 
• S...
Key JCIDS Development Documents 
Capability Production Document (CPD) (MS C) 
o Supports production and development of one...
CDD and CPD Differences
JCIDS Gatekeeper 
J8 Deputy Director, Requirements, (2-star) 
• Performs initial review of all JCIDS proposals 
• Determin...
A Streamlined  Deliberate Process 
22 
Sponsor Gatekeeper 
Functional 
Capability 
Board 
•SME inputs 
from DoD 
•Prep for...
23 
CDTM 
Capability Development Tracking and Management 
• IT system - transforms JCIDS capability tracking from 
documen...
24 
CDTM 
CDTM 
Traceability of Capability Gaps Tracks  reports individual gaps from entry to fielded capability 
Process ...
Deliberate JCIDS Process 
• Materiel Solutions 
– Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) 
– Capability Development Document (...
Rapid Response Situations 
• Urgent  compelling needs during crisis and conflict 
• Each Service has Policies and Procedur...
Three Requirements “Lanes” 
• Deliberate Requirements 
– Service, CCMD or Agency Driven 
– Traditional route capabilities ...
Urgent  Emergent Operational Needs 
Definitions 
• Urgent Operational Need (UON): 
o Capability requirements identified by...
Joint Urgent  Emergent Operational Needs 
• Every Service has a Rapid Response Procedure 
• Joint Rapid Response Lanes 
o ...
Urgent Situations 
• Urgent Situations (Current Guidance) 
o Ongoing conflict or crisis 
o Unforeseen military requirement...
Emergent Situations 
• Emergent Situation 
o Supports accelerated acquisition of capabilities needed 
• Anticipated contin...
Who Initiates an Urgent/Emergent Need? 
• An Urgent/Emergent Request Must Come from: 
o Joint Force Commander 
o Service C...
Urgent/Emergent Staffing 
33
JUON / JEON Process Flow 
Generation to Delivery for Assessment 
Warfighter 
Originates 
Joint Rapid Acquisition Cell 
(JR...
Rapid Response Framework 
35 
The JUON / JEON Process Consists of Four Phases: 
GENERATION 
PHASE 
VETTING 
PHASE 
EQUIPPI...
Rapid Acquisition Challenge 
36 
Future-focused 
Very structured process 
Evolved requirements 
Analysis of alternatives 
...
Rapid Response Summary 
• An Urgent / Emergent Situation that Results in 
o Direct enemy-action related loss of life and/o...
The “IT Box” 
• Describes IS program overall bounds to reduce return trips to JROC to approve improved capabilities. 
• Pr...
IS Requirements/Acquisition Process 
Component 
Approved Specific implementation 
CD 
CD 
CD 
RDP 
RDP 
RDP 
CD 
JROC 
App...
IS Requirements/Acquisition Process 
Joint 
Concepts 
Capabilities 
Based 
Assessment 
Strategic 
Guidance 
MS A/B 
OS 
MD...
Summary 
• The Requirements Environment 
• Capabilities Based Planning 
o Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) 
o Non-Mater...
Background Information
Force Protection (FP) KPP 
• For Manned Systems  Systems designed to enhance personnel survivability 
• Force Protection A...
Survivability KPP 
• All Manned Systems and may be used for Unmanned Systems 
• Survivability attributes contribute to sur...
Sustainment KPP  KSAs 
• Applies to All ACAT I Programs. 
• ACAT II  Below programs include Sustainment KPP or Sponsor-def...
Net Ready (NR) KPP 
• Information Systems (IS)  National Security Systems (NSS): 
o Automated acquisition, storage. manipu...
Net-Ready KPP 
Continued 
• Net-Ready KPP Consists of Three Attributes: 
o Supports Military Operations 
o Is Entered and ...
Training (T) KPP 
• Applies to All ACAT I Programs 
• Attributes Include (among others): 
o Proficiency Level 
o Time to T...
Energy KPP 
• Systems where energy provision, including fuel/electric power: 
o Impacts Operational Reach 
o Requires prot...
JCIDS Document Tracks 
FCB review  
prioritization 
JROC JROC 
Interest 
JCB 
Interest 
Joint 
Integration 
Joint 
Informa...
Functional Capability Boards (FCB) 
Sponsoring Organizations 
C4/Cyber 
Includes NC and 
C2 JCAs 
Battlespace Logistics 
A...
CDTM Wizard 
Automated Document Creation 
53 
Document is created with data 
filled in from wizard entries
Overview of Updated JCIDS Manual 
54
The Designated Service/Agency (DS/A) 
• Service/Agency 
o Recommended by Gatekeeper 
o Named by JRAC 
• DS/A develops an i...
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  1. 1. Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS)
  2. 2. Agenda • The Requirements Environment • Capabilities Based Planning o Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) o Non-Materiel solutions o JCIDS documents o KPP’s/KSA’s • Requirements Approval Process • Capability Development Tracking and Management Tool • Rapid Response Lanes for JCIDS (JUON & JEON) • Information Technology (IT) Box Process • Questions
  3. 3. The Requirements Environment Finding the balance between: Combatant Commands near-term requirements to support Contingency Plans and current missions and Services’ long-range vision & investment plans Versatile, joint systems and Systems optimized for service missions Growing demands and Fiscal & political constraints Geographic specificity and World-wide applicability Ambitious requirements and Achievable acquisition strategy Quantity matters and High-end capabilities 3
  4. 4. Capabilities-Based Planning Tab 2 - JCIDS 4 Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) Fielded Capabilities Warfighter Feedback Acquisition CBA Analysis Set the Strategic Stage Set Priorities Identify Needs Materiel Solutions Non-Materiel Solutions Do Nothing
  5. 5. The JCIDS Process is … Top driven by Joint Concepts and experimentation A bottoms-up process fed by service-unique requirements Stove-piped
  6. 6. Capabilities-Based Planning Tab 2 - JCIDS 6 Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) Fielded Capabilities Warfighter Feedback Acquisition CBA Analysis Set the Strategic Stage Set Priorities Identify Needs JCIDS Materiel Solutions Non-Materiel Solutions Do Nothing
  7. 7. Threat vs Capabilities-Based Planning Requirements Generation System ~30 years of experience 7 Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) ~ Since 2003 Partially Interoperable Capabilities Late Integration Strategic Direction Joint Warfighting Concept Development Joint Experimentation, Assessment Analysis, Validation, Selection of Solutions Joint Capabilities Services Build Systems COCOMs, Services’ Unique Strategic Visions Service Experimentation, Assessment Analysis, Validation, Selection of Solutions Service Unique Strategic Visions and Requirements
  8. 8. JCIDS is… • A key supporting process for DoD acquisition and PPBE processes o Supports “the statutory responsibility of the JROC to validate joint warfighting requirements” o Supports the CJCS advising the Secretary of Defense for joint Military Requirements • Identifying • Assessing • prioritizing joint military requirements o Enables the Joint Staff to ensure Sponsors’ needs meet the Joint force needs) • JCIDS is not – o Entire “Integrated Defense Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Life Cycle Management System” 8 “Requirements” (JCIDS) Acquisition PPBE
  9. 9. JCIDS and Acquisition •Final Design •Developmental TE (DTE) •Operational Assessments •Revise KPPs/KSAs •Acquisition Strategy •Acquisition Program Baseline (APB) •TEMP •SEP Materiel Development Decision Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) Competitive Prototyping President, SECDEF Chairman: •Strategic Guidance •JCTDs/JUON/JEON/ Experiments •JIEDDO Initiatives •Defense Business Sys JROC action for JROC Interest programs (ACAT I IA) Getting The Front End Right is Key • LRIP • FOTE •Technology Demonstrated •Initial Key Performance Parameters/Key System Attributes (KPPs/KSAs) •Acquisition Strategy •TE Master Plan (TEMP) •SEP MS “B” MS “C” Develop, Test, Produce Field MS “A” Evolutionary Acquisition Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Development Engineering Manufacturing Development Production Deployment CDD CPD •Integrated Security Constructs •Joint Operations Concepts (JOpsC) family Activity Select Joint Concept SECDEF •Operational Planning •CBAs Other Studies •Exercises/Lessons Learned Capabilities-Based Assessment / Other Develop CONOPS Policy Identify Capability Requirements Select Materiel Solution •Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) •Initial Operational TE (IOTE) •Acquisition Strategy •APB •TEMP •SEP Military Services OSD/Joint Staff •Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) •Technology Development Strategy (TDS) •Test Evaluation (TE) Strategy (TES) •System Engineering Plan (SEP) OSD (ATL, CAPE), Services and OSD (DOTE) -- Joint Staff (JROC) Joint Staff / Joint Requirements Oversight Council / OSD ICD Draft CDD Identification of Capability Requirements CCMD Outputs •Mission Problem •Capability Gaps •Tasks •Performance •Conditions •Operational Risk •Non-Materiel Approaches •Materiel Approaches •Recommendations Validates ICD Reviews AoA Results Validates CDD Validates CPD
  10. 10. An Approved Capabilities Development Document (CDD) is needed at… • LRIP • FOTE •Technology Demonstrated •Initial Key Performance Parameters/Key System Attributes (KPPs/KSAs) •Acquisition Strategy •TE Master Plan (TEMP) •SEP •Final Design •Developmental TE (DTE) •Operational Assessments •Revise KPPs/KSAs •Acquisition Strategy •Acquisition Program Baseline (APB) •TEMP •SEP MS “B” MS “C” Competitive Prototyping JROC action for JROC Interest programs (ACAT I Develop, Test, Produce Field MS “A” Evolutionary Acquisition Materiel Development Decision Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Development Engineering Manufacturing Development Production Deployment Activity Capabilities-Based Assessment / Draft CDD Select Joint CDD CPD Concept Other Develop CONOPS Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) ICD Validates Select Materiel Solution •Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) •Initial Operational TE (IOTE) •Acquisition Strategy •APB •TEMP •SEP Military Services •Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) •Technology Development Strategy (TDS) •Test Evaluation (TE) Strategy (TES) •System Engineering Plan (SEP) OSD (ATL, CAPE), Services and OSD (DOTE) -- Joint Staff (JROC) ICD Reviews AoA Results Validates CDD Validates CPD IA) Milestone A Milestone B (Pre-EMD Review) Milestone C
  11. 11. Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA) 11 NEEDS GAPS SOLUTIONS Existing Guidance The problems and the risks What we need for the mission What should we do about it? Where does this need rank? How soon do we need it?
  12. 12. Capability-Based Assessment (CBA) Output Documents • Joint DCR – DOTmLPF-P Change Recommendation o When DoD Decides a Joint Non-Materiel Solution is appropriate o Non-Materiel Solutions • Change doctrine • Reorganize • Train and educate DOD personnel differently • Acquire commercial or non-developmental items • Acquire more quantities of existing items • Add or reassign personnel • Move or realign facilities • Change policy o Sometimes Called DOT_LPF-P 12
  13. 13. CBA Output Documents Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) o Required at Material Development Decision (MDD) o Initiates the acquisition process of material developers o Documents Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA) Results • specifically Capability Gaps o Identifies relevant operational performance attributes o Documents the recommendation on the need • Materiel solution • potential non-material solutions o Predecessor for the Capabilities Development Document o Key review question: How to prioritize war-fighting gaps? 13
  14. 14. Capabilities Development Document Operational Performance Attributes • Establishes attributes necessary to design a proposed system • Establishes a Performance Baseline • Guides development and demonstration • Guides development of Key Performance Parameters (KPPs) to Include in Capabilities Development Document 14
  15. 15. Key JCIDS Development Documents Capability Development Document (MS B) o Defines Performance Requirements to Achieve Capability • Identifies KPPs, KSAs, and additional attributes • Attributes should be authoritative, measurable and testable o Describes DOTmLPF-P Policy Constraints for the solution • May describe multiple increments o Provides operational capabilities for • Acquisition strategy • Acquisition Program Baseline (APB) o Inserts verbatim into the APB • All Key Performance Parameters (KPP) • Sustainment Key System Attributes (KSA) 15
  16. 16. Key Performance Parameters (KPPs) • Performance Attributes of system • Critical to develop an effective military capability • KPPs Must o Be measurable o Be testable o Be quantifiable in a practical and timely manner o Enable feedback from Test Evaluation o Support decision making • Mandatory KPPs o Force Protection o Survivability o Sustainment o Net Ready o Training o Energy • Validated by the JROC for JROC Interest Documents • Failure to meet a KPP results in program reevaluation or reassessment 16
  17. 17. Key System Attributes (KSAs) • Attributes/characteristics essential to achieve a balanced solution • Not critical enough to be selected as a KPP • KSAs must o Be measurable o Be testable o Be quantifiable • Identified by the Sponsor; should be kept to a minimum • Sponsor Senior Leadership can change KSA 17
  18. 18. Mandatory Key Performance Parameters (KPP) Key System Attributes (KSA) • Force Protection KPP (all manned systems) • Survivability KPP (all manned systems; unmanned maybe) • Sustainment KPP (all ACAT I ) o Materiel Availability o Operational Availability o Supporting KSAs • Materiel Reliability • Operation Support Costs • Net Ready KPP (all IS NSS) • Training KPP (all ACAT I) • Energy KPP o Provisions of energy impact operational reach o Protection of energy infrastructure or energy resources is required
  19. 19. Key JCIDS Development Documents Capability Production Document (CPD) (MS C) o Supports production and development of one increment o Documents authoritative and testable capabilities o Supports • Production • Testing • Deployment o Describes incremental production and deployment o Provides no new requirements o Must meet operational performance attributes 19
  20. 20. CDD and CPD Differences
  21. 21. JCIDS Gatekeeper J8 Deputy Director, Requirements, (2-star) • Performs initial review of all JCIDS proposals • Determines: • Joint Staffing Designator • JROC Interest • JCB Interest • Joint Integration • Joint Information • Independent • Lead and supporting Functional Capabilities Boards (FCB) • Formal Staffing begins after Gatekeeper decisions 21
  22. 22. A Streamlined Deliberate Process 22 Sponsor Gatekeeper Functional Capability Board •SME inputs from DoD •Prep for JCB/JROC Termination Joint Capabilities Board Joint Requirements Oversight Council Acquisition (and/or DCRs) Phase 1 Staffing •O-6 level coord from across DoD Sponsor Gatekeeper Phase 2 Staffing •GO/FO lvl coord from multiple agencies FCB Chair: Phase 2? FCB Draft •Prep for mtg 4 days 21 days Variable Total: 45+ days 4 - 40 days 15 days 26 – 35 days 95 – 160+ days DJ8 Prep Brief Est. 21 days Commenting/30 days Adjudication/7 days to FCB Chair 4 days Est. 7 days to JCB/14 days to JROC Total: 83 days Sponsor Gatekeeper Functional Capability Board •SME inputs from DoD •Prioritization within this portfolio •COCOM Inputs •Allied/Partner Nation equity •Non-material recommendations FCB Chair: Ready Validation Discussion? Termination JCB JROC Acquisition (and/or DCRs) Combined “Staffing”
  23. 23. 23 CDTM Capability Development Tracking and Management • IT system - transforms JCIDS capability tracking from document-centric to data-centric process – Developed and deployed on NIPRNet and SIPRNet – Mandated for all JCIDS documents (ICD, CDD, CPD, DCR) Traces capability gaps Inserts process metrics Enhances ease of use Improved search capability Improved document creation Input standardization Shares data with other DoD applications
  24. 24. 24 CDTM CDTM Traceability of Capability Gaps Tracks reports individual gaps from entry to fielded capability Process metrics Tracks benchmark data workflow to time complete documents Search capability Searches specific document areas and data categories to get relevant results Ease of use Searches for relevant gaps at all JCA tier levels Document creation standardization Prompts via “Turbo-tax” wizard interface for inputs Automatically creates and formats document Standardizes JCIDS document formatting length Interoperability Shares common data with other DoD applications
  25. 25. Deliberate JCIDS Process • Materiel Solutions – Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) – Capability Development Document (CDD) – Capability Production Document (CPD) • Non-Materiel Solutions • Joint DOTmLPF-P Change Recommendation (DCR) • Operational Requirements Development • Team Effort • All Stakeholders should be involved • User involved in technical requirements development 25
  26. 26. Rapid Response Situations • Urgent compelling needs during crisis and conflict • Each Service has Policies and Procedures, but … • Service-unique approaches do not address Theater-Wide Joint Urgent and Emergent Operational Needs • Requirements managers need to stay engaged in process 26
  27. 27. Three Requirements “Lanes” • Deliberate Requirements – Service, CCMD or Agency Driven – Traditional route capabilities that require significant tech development and/or are not urgent or compelling in nature • Emergent Requirements – CCMD-driven – Supports accelerated acquisition of capabilities needed for an anticipated or pending contingency operation – VCJCS verifies, JCB or JROC validates • Urgent Requirements – CCMD-driven – Urgent compelling to prevent loss of life and/or mission failure during current operations – Require little tech development can be resolved in less than two years – DDR validates “Keep right, except to pass” D E L I B E R A T E E M E R G E N T 0 – 2 YRS U R G E N T 0+ to 5 YRS CONFLICT LANE ONLY POTENTIAL CONFLICT LANE 2-6+ YRS 27
  28. 28. Urgent Emergent Operational Needs Definitions • Urgent Operational Need (UON): o Capability requirements identified by DOD Component as impacting an ongoing/anticipated contingency operation. If left unfulfilled, UONs result in capability gaps potentially resulting in loss of life or critical mission failure. DoD Components may use a different name for a UON. • Joint Urgent Operational Need (JUON): o UONs that are identified by a Combatant Command as inherently joint and impacting an ongoing contingency operation. • Joint Emergent Operational Need (JEON): o UONs that are identified by a Combatant Command as inherently joint and impacting an anticipated or pending contingency operation.
  29. 29. Joint Urgent Emergent Operational Needs • Every Service has a Rapid Response Procedure • Joint Rapid Response Lanes o Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUON) o Joint Emergent Operational Needs (JEON) • JUON/JEON Validation and Resourcing Involves o VCJCS/JCB/JROC o Gatekeeper (J8 Deputy Director for Requirements (DDR)) o Joint Rapid Acquisition Cell (JRAC) o Functional Capabilities Boards (FCBs) and Working Groups o Military Services, Defense Agencies, ISR TF Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) 29
  30. 30. Urgent Situations • Urgent Situations (Current Guidance) o Ongoing conflict or crisis o Unforeseen military requirements o Must resolve as soon as possible • These Situations Would Result in: o Direct enemy-action related loss of life and/or o Critical mission failure • Validation Authority is J8, DDR (Gatekeeper) • Staffing in 15 calendar days 30
  31. 31. Emergent Situations • Emergent Situation o Supports accelerated acquisition of capabilities needed • Anticipated contingency operation • Pending contingency operation o JUONs process variation • Driven by “pending” or “imminent” operations • Require capability in short timeframes • Avoid loss of life and/or mission failure when operations commence o VCJCS verification required prior to staffing as emergent candidate • Validation at the JCB or JROC • Staffing goal = 31 days 31
  32. 32. Who Initiates an Urgent/Emergent Need? • An Urgent/Emergent Request Must Come from: o Joint Force Commander o Service Component Commander o Commander’s delegated representative • Service/Services must validate Unique Urgent/Emergent Need • JUONs/JEONs o Endorsed by the Combatant Commanders o Validated by the Joint Staff 32
  33. 33. Urgent/Emergent Staffing 33
  34. 34. JUON / JEON Process Flow Generation to Delivery for Assessment Warfighter Originates Joint Rapid Acquisition Cell (JRAC) • Determines Resourcing Strategy • Assigns to JIEDDO or Service/Agency for sponsorship COCOM CoS Certifies Services/Agencies Non C-IED Solutions Joint IED Defeat Office C-IED Solutions FCB Triages JS J-8/RMD Receives JS J-8 DDR or JCB/JROC Validates Senior Integration Group (SIG): Oversight Body for DoD Urgent Needs Assessment of Operational Utility
  35. 35. Rapid Response Framework 35 The JUON / JEON Process Consists of Four Phases: GENERATION PHASE VETTING PHASE EQUIPPING PHASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT PHASE Force Commander Identifies Urgent /Emergent Need COCOM Staff determines the most suitable process COCOM CoS certifies and submits to Joint Staff (J-8 RMD) J-8 RMD Receives and verifies that JUON / JEON meets submission criteria Joint staff reviews and validates JUON or JEON Identify solutions JRAC determines a resourcing Strategy and assigns Sponsor Sponsor creates a Simplified Acquisition Plan Procures and delivers solution to the Warfighter Provide Progress Reports On Performance, Cost, and Schedule Sponsor sustains solution and monitors performance for twenty- four months Sponsor, COCOM, and FCB prepare Capability Review to address final disposition of fielded system Speed is Life
  36. 36. Rapid Acquisition Challenge 36 Future-focused Very structured process Evolved requirements Analysis of alternatives Lengthy development High Program visibility Large Investment Now-focused More ad-hoc process Broad requirement Quick assessment of alternatives Limited development High visibility on results Limited investment Very Limited Feedback Transition to Program of Record Deliberate Acquisition Rapid Acquisition
  37. 37. Rapid Response Summary • An Urgent / Emergent Situation that Results in o Direct enemy-action related loss of life and/or o Critical mission failure • Each Service has Its Own Approach to Urgent Needs • JUONs / JEONs Support Joint Urgent / Emergent Needs • Initiating JUONs / JEONs is a Requirements Process • Requirements Managers will Need to be Involved with Follow-On Activities 37
  38. 38. The “IT Box” • Describes IS program overall bounds to reduce return trips to JROC to approve improved capabilities. • Provided to FCB/JCB/JROC as part of IS program’s ICD approval process • Only applies to programs that do not develop hardware systems (leveraging COTS/GOTS hardware). • Once ICD is approved, no need to return to JROC with CDD/CPD, unless IS ICD results in a MDAP. 38 Applications System Software Development Acquisition Hardware Refresh System Enhancements Integration Requirements Organization Oversight Capabilities Required JROC Approved IS ICD $
  39. 39. IS Requirements/Acquisition Process Component Approved Specific implementation CD CD CD RDP RDP RDP CD JROC Approved IS ICD CD CD CD CD CD Capabilities Based Assessment RDP MS B OS MD D Engineering Analysis/ Design ICD (NF) Rapid Delivery Fielding Decisions Agile Development RDP guidance on document content approval process provided by Component CD Acquire Decision RDP – Requirements Definition Package CD – Capability Drops
  40. 40. IS Requirements/Acquisition Process Joint Concepts Capabilities Based Assessment Strategic Guidance MS A/B OS MD D Engineering Analysis/ Design Full Deployment Decisions CD CD CD CD CD CD CD CD CD IS ICD Rapid Delivery IOC Agile Development RDP A very streamlined process for truly agile IS development • ICD is developed in a format tailored to IS capabilities • Post-MDD, one or more RDPs developed to further refine requirements for needed capabilities • RDP is broken down into CDs to deliver individual capability “widgets” • CD results released incrementally via Full Deployment Decisions
  41. 41. Summary • The Requirements Environment • Capabilities Based Planning o Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) o Non-Materiel solutions o JCIDS documents o KPP’s/KSA’s • Requirements Approval Process • Capability Development Tracking and Management Tool • Rapid Response Lanes for JCIDS (JUON JEON) • Information Technology (IT) Box Process • Questions
  42. 42. Background Information
  43. 43. Force Protection (FP) KPP • For Manned Systems Systems designed to enhance personnel survivability • Force Protection Attributes: o Protect personnel by preventing or mitigating hostile actions o Protect system operator, rather than the system itself o Offensive attributes intended to defeat enemy not force protection attributes o Not Force Protection Attributes o Protection against accidents, weather, natural environmental hazards o Protection against disease (except when related to a biological attack) • Protection FCB assesses FP KPP for JROC/JCB interest Programs • If not used must explain why not in CDD/CPD • Examples: o Radar Cross Section o Ability to Withstand hit/blast/flood/shock o Jam Resistance o Tactics
  44. 44. Survivability KPP • All Manned Systems and may be used for Unmanned Systems • Survivability attributes contribute to survivability • Joint Staff (J-3) Protection FCB must concur if not used • Examples: o Speed o Maneuverability o Armor o Electromagnetic Spectrum Control o Redundancy of Critical Subsystems o Protection from Chemical, Biological and Radiological Effects
  45. 45. Sustainment KPP KSAs • Applies to All ACAT I Programs. • ACAT II Below programs include Sustainment KPP or Sponsor-defined sustainment metrics • Three Elements: o Availability KPP • Materiel Availability • Operational Availability o Reliability KSA o Operations Support Cost KSA • Reviewed /Analyzed o Joint Staff (J-4) o Deputy Assistant Secretary Defense (Materiel Readiness)
  46. 46. Net Ready (NR) KPP • Information Systems (IS) National Security Systems (NSS): o Automated acquisition, storage. manipulation, management o Movement, control, display o Switching, Interchange, Transmission, reception o of DOD data or information regardless of classification or sensitivity • Not for systems that do not communicate with external systems • C4/Cyber FCB o Assesses NR KPP or Sponsor justification o Provides NR KPP Certification
  47. 47. Net-Ready KPP Continued • Net-Ready KPP Consists of Three Attributes: o Supports Military Operations o Is Entered and Managed on the Network, and o Effectively Exchanges Information • Three-Step Development Process 1. Mission Analysis – Determines attribute details to supports military operations 2. Information Analysis – Determine attribute details entered managed on network and effectively exchange information 3. Systems Engineering Architecture – Supports all 3 attributes
  48. 48. Training (T) KPP • Applies to All ACAT I Programs • Attributes Include (among others): o Proficiency Level o Time to Train o Training Retention o Associated Metrics • Ensure training requirements addressed at beginning of acquisition process through Program’s Acquisition life-cycle. • J-7 with USD(Personnel Readiness) assesses Training KPP or why KPP is not applicable for JROC/JCB Interest Programs
  49. 49. Energy KPP • Systems where energy provision, including fuel/electric power: o Impacts Operational Reach o Requires protection of energy infrastructure/resources in Supply Chain • May be expressed as o Units of Energy Used per Period of Time (e.g. gallons per hour) o Number of Refuelings Required (e.g. tankings per hour). • Logistics FCB, with J-4/ED Defense Energy Board assesses KPP or why KPP is not applicable for JROC/JCB interest programs
  50. 50. JCIDS Document Tracks FCB review prioritization JROC JROC Interest JCB Interest Joint Integration Joint Information KM/DS staffing comment Independent FCB review prioritization KM/DS staffing comment FCB review prioritization KM/DS staffing comment FCB review prioritization KM/DS staffing comment FCB prioritization JCB Review Validation Authority JCB Sponsor Joint Staffing Designator (JSD) ACAT I/IA programs Joint DCRs ACAT II below with impact on interoperability ACAT II below that require endorsements certifications ACAT II below that do not require endorsements certifications All others KM/DS: Knowledge Management/Decision Support tool
  51. 51. Functional Capability Boards (FCB) Sponsoring Organizations C4/Cyber Includes NC and C2 JCAs Battlespace Logistics Awareness Force Application Force Support Protection FCB Membership: (O-6 level) Services Combatant Command Reps OSD (ATL) OSD (I) USecAF (Space) DOD CIO OSD(Comptroller) D/CAPE DIA Rep (Threat) ODNI/IRB Other DoD Agencies as necessary Additional JCAs: • Building Partnerships • Corporate Management Support
  52. 52. CDTM Wizard Automated Document Creation 53 Document is created with data filled in from wizard entries
  53. 53. Overview of Updated JCIDS Manual 54
  54. 54. The Designated Service/Agency (DS/A) • Service/Agency o Recommended by Gatekeeper o Named by JRAC • DS/A develops an initial course of action o Implementation recommendation o Funding strategy recommendation • DS/A manages approved JUON / JEON effort 55

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