Review of Army Analysis Extended (RAAEX). Volume 1. Executive Summary
ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF WASHINGTON DC
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In 1978, A Special Study Group under the cognizance of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, Headquarters, Department of the Army was tasked by the Under Secretary of the Army to conduct a Review of Army Analysis. The purpose of that review was to assess anlaysis capabilities of the Army and propose practical improvements. A number of significant changes in how the Army uses studies and analyses and in organizational roles within the analytical community resulted. In July 1984, the Under Secretary of the Army directed a follow-on review be conducted to assess results of the 1978 review and to address a number of additional issues. This report Changes the definition of studies and analyses Designates a staff agency to review study and analysis requirements tasked to MACOMS Develop a top-down driven Army-wide mission area analysis process Reviews and Changes AMMO staffing as necessary to support revised missions Expand Opportunities for professional development Creates a simulation laboratory Establishes proponent and proponency committee for GS-1515 Increases analysis support to Army in the field Possibly expands mission of ARI Increases interaction with analysis activities external to the Army.
- Administration and Management
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics