Accession Number : ADA463177


Title :   A Framework for Architecture-Based Planning and Assessment to Support Modeling and Simulation of Network-Centric Command and Control


Descriptive Note : Conference paper


Corporate Author : MITRE CORP MCLEAN VA


Personal Author(s) : Martinez, Carlos E ; Mullins, Kenneth L ; Sullivan, Karl S


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a463177.pdf


Report Date : 17 Feb 2006


Pagination or Media Count : 21


Abstract : In response to the changes in the world environment, the DoD has adopted an integrated top-down capabilities-based planning and assessment methodology in response to the shortcomings in the previous modernization process. This new methodology includes a concept development process, a capabilities-based assessment process for developmental capabilities, a Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements process for non-developmental capability changes, and a new capabilities-based acquisition process. Capabilities-based planning begins with the concept development process (Joint Concept Development and Revision Plan) including development of effects-based Joint Operations Concepts (JOC) and Joint Functional Concepts (JFC) which describe planned future capabilities. The Joint Concept Development and Revision Plan defines a capability as, the ability to achieve an effect to a standard under specified conditions through multiple combinations of means and ways to perform a set of tasks. Finally, the process includes Joint Integrating Concepts (JIC) which couple one or more JOCs to one or more JFCs. The JICs identify the capability tasks with the associated performance standards needed to achieve one or more specific effects. The capabilities, associated tasks and performance standards serve as the input to the processes that establish new capabilities.


Descriptors :   *METHODOLOGY , *PLANNING , *MILITARY CAPABILITIES , COMPUTER PROGRAMS , SYMPOSIA , COMPUTER APPLICATIONS , INTERNET , MISSIONS , INTEGRATION , SECURITY , COMMAND CONTROL COMMUNICATIONS


Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
      Computer Systems
      Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE