Global Force Management<br />&<br />Joint Force Provider<br />U.S. Joint Forces Command<br />Directorate for Operations, P...
2<br />Joint Forces Command Mission<br />The United States Joint Forces Command provides mission ready Joint Capable force...
3<br />Joint Force Provider<br />Primary Responsibilities<br /><ul><li>Plan and execute rotational force sourcing to meet ...
Provide trained and ready forces to meet combatant commanders’ emergent force requirements
Monitor & report force readiness to assess ability to sustain Joint presence, operational commitments, and global surge ca...
Inform future force structure discussions
Document, monitor, and analyze the GFM enterprise policies, processes, and tools to indentify opportunities for efficiency...
4<br />Joint Force Providing: The Formal Process<br /><ul><li>Validates the requirement
Assesses strategic risk
Provides guidance</li></ul>GeographicCombatant Commander<br />Requestfor Forces<br />Conventionalforce requirement<br /><u...
Forwards validated requirement </li></li></ul><li>5<br />Joint Force Providing: The Formal Process<br />GeographicCombatan...
Provides capability substitution options
Provides mobility recommendations
Develops Service-specific sourcing solutions
Monitors availability / recommend sustainment</li></li></ul><li>6<br />DeploymentOrder<br />Joint Force Providing: The For...
Recommends capability / force allocation to SecDef for decision</li></ul>Approves / disapproves sourcing recommendation<br...
7<br />Joint Force Providing<br />Execution Level<br />Annual<br />Rotational – Enduring (planned force presence)<br />RFF...
8<br />Rotational & Emergent <br />Force Sourcing<br />
9<br />Rotational Staffing and Sourcing Initiated<br />Conferences and working groups<br />COCOM Requirements Submitted fo...
Joint Staff</li></ul>J3, J5, J1, J8<br /><ul><li>DJIOC
TRANSCOM
SOCOM
STRATCOM
NGA, NSA
OSD, DIA</li></ul>ImmediateSourcingvia MODS<br />ImmediateSourcingvia MODS<br />Conventional Force Rotational Sourcing Pro...
10<br /> Redeployed<br />Deleted<br /> New RFF -- Shortfall <br />3<br />Variables on Rotational Forces<br />FY09 New RFF ...
11<br />Force Demands – Our Focus<br />Emergent (RFF)<br /><ul><li>Reactive
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Gfm Jfp Brief

  1. 1. Global Force Management<br />&<br />Joint Force Provider<br />U.S. Joint Forces Command<br />Directorate for Operations, Plans, <br />Logistics & Engineering (J3/4) <br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Joint Forces Command Mission<br />The United States Joint Forces Command provides mission ready Joint Capable forces and supports the development and integration of Joint, Interagency, and Multinational capabilities to meet the present and future operational needs of the Joint Force.<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Joint Force Provider<br />Primary Responsibilities<br /><ul><li>Plan and execute rotational force sourcing to meet enduring force requirements
  4. 4. Provide trained and ready forces to meet combatant commanders’ emergent force requirements
  5. 5. Monitor & report force readiness to assess ability to sustain Joint presence, operational commitments, and global surge capabilities
  6. 6. Inform future force structure discussions
  7. 7. Document, monitor, and analyze the GFM enterprise policies, processes, and tools to indentify opportunities for efficiency and effectiveness improvements </li></ul>People / Processes / Tools / Culture synergized to support the Warfighter<br />
  8. 8. 4<br />Joint Force Providing: The Formal Process<br /><ul><li>Validates the requirement
  9. 9. Assesses strategic risk
  10. 10. Provides guidance</li></ul>GeographicCombatant Commander<br />Requestfor Forces<br />Conventionalforce requirement<br /><ul><li>Identifies Services for capability sourcing
  11. 11. Forwards validated requirement </li></li></ul><li>5<br />Joint Force Providing: The Formal Process<br />GeographicCombatant Commander<br />Requestfor Forces<br /><ul><li>Consolidates Service-specific solutions into global joint sourcing solution & sourcing risk
  12. 12. Provides capability substitution options
  13. 13. Provides mobility recommendations
  14. 14. Develops Service-specific sourcing solutions
  15. 15. Monitors availability / recommend sustainment</li></li></ul><li>6<br />DeploymentOrder<br />Joint Force Providing: The Formal Process<br /><ul><li>OSD coordination of risk & Reserve component issues
  16. 16. Recommends capability / force allocation to SecDef for decision</li></ul>Approves / disapproves sourcing recommendation<br />GeographicCombatant Commander<br />Requestfor Forces<br />SECDEF<br />
  17. 17. 7<br />Joint Force Providing<br />Execution Level<br />Annual<br />Rotational – Enduring (planned force presence)<br />RFF<br />Request for Forces: Emergent capability required<br />JMD<br />Headquarters augmentation (Individual Augmentation)<br /> Services<br />JCS<br /> SECDEF<br />JFP<br />ORDERS<br /> DEPLOY<br /> Components<br />MNF-I<br />CENTCOM<br />JCS<br />JFP<br /> COCOMS<br /> OSD Staff<br /> Def Agencies<br />Other<br />Exercise<br />Provide forces required for Exercise and training<br />Plans<br />Contingency Forces – required to evaluate feasibility of Plans execution assessment<br />
  18. 18. 8<br />Rotational & Emergent <br />Force Sourcing<br />
  19. 19. 9<br />Rotational Staffing and Sourcing Initiated<br />Conferences and working groups<br />COCOM Requirements Submitted for Next FY (11)<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />To <br />Previous<br />Base Order<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />RFF<br />Partners<br />ImmediateSourcingvia MODS<br />ImmediateSourcingvia MODS<br /><ul><li>Supported
  20. 20. Joint Staff</li></ul>J3, J5, J1, J8<br /><ul><li>DJIOC
  21. 21. TRANSCOM
  22. 22. SOCOM
  23. 23. STRATCOM
  24. 24. NGA, NSA
  25. 25. OSD, DIA</li></ul>ImmediateSourcingvia MODS<br />ImmediateSourcingvia MODS<br />Conventional Force Rotational Sourcing Process<br />SECDEF -- Base Order<br />GFMB<br />GFMB<br />GFMB<br />Tanks<br />GFMB<br />COCOM Requirements Submitted For Next FY<br />Predictive Planning for next FY<br />Rotational Staffing and Sourcingfor Emergent Requirements<br />MOD 032(FY09)<br />MOD 005 (FY10)<br />People<br />JWGs<br />
  26. 26. 10<br /> Redeployed<br />Deleted<br /> New RFF -- Shortfall <br />3<br />Variables on Rotational Forces<br />FY09 New RFF <br />FY09 Enduring Requirements<br />2<br />Reclama/Passback<br />FY08 Rotational <br />Requirements<br />FY09 Rotational<br />FY08 Rotational<br />Requirements<br />Requirements<br />4<br />1<br />RC BOG ~8-9 mos<br />Gap requires re-sourcing <br />COCOM redeployment<br />1<br />New RFF with enduring requirement<br />2<br />New RFF of LDHD capability may pull forward<br />rotational solution <br />3<br />RC Policy impacts, Reclamas<br />4<br />~3500 Global Requirements…Robust Data Management System Required <br />
  27. 27. 11<br />Force Demands – Our Focus<br />Emergent (RFF)<br /><ul><li>Reactive
  28. 28. Request for Forces
  29. 29. Timeline based on LADs
  30. 30. Generally become rotational requirements unless duration defined
  31. 31. Published as Mods in GFMAP Annexes</li></ul>Rotational (Annual)<br /><ul><li>Deliberate process (conferences, annual submission)
  32. 32. Sourced over months
  33. 33. Approved by the GFMB
  34. 34. Published for each FY in the GFMAP Annexes</li></li></ul><li>12<br />Force Provider Tools<br />
  35. 35. 13<br />Logbook<br />Joint Force Requirements Manager<br />(JCRM)<br /><ul><li>Employed by JFCOM to staff requirements to all force providers
  36. 36. Employed by Components and Services to receive, provide chops, RFI, and ultimately view sourcing recommendations
  37. 37. Staffing tool of record for force providing actions
  38. 38. “Shared” viewing of current and archived actions
  39. 39. Employed by COCOMS, NATO, and Joint Staff
  40. 40. Defines COCOM requirements
  41. 41. Allows validation and assignment to a JFP by the Joint Staff
  42. 42. Used by JFCOM primarily for reference (status of FTN)</li></ul>SourcingRecommendation<br />JCRM<br />(with Force Provider Module)<br />Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP)<br /><ul><li>Initiated as draft spreadsheet from JESS, reflecting all recommended sourcing solutions
  43. 43. Staffed by JOD-GFM
  44. 44. Presented to SECDEF via SDOB
  45. 45. Published as GFMAP Order
  46. 46. Records recommended and final sourcing solution against the FTN
  47. 47. Employed by JFCOM and Service Components to nominate solutions
  48. 48. Generates draft order (spreadsheet)</li></ul>Force Provider Tools<br />CENTCOM<br />FRED<br />DATA<br />COCOM<br />Requirements<br />Validation<br />JIA Requirements<br />“Staffs Requirement”<br />“Defines Requirement”<br />DATA<br />Deployment<br />Draft Order<br />“Records Sourcing Solution”<br />“Publishes SECDEF Decisions”<br />
  49. 49. 14<br />Contingency Sourcing<br />
  50. 50. 15<br />JFCOM components source in CFAST or list forces <br />Tasking message received fromJS J7<br />Supported COCOM TPFDD or Force List<br />JFCOM tasks its service components<br />JFCOM provides sourcing solution to JS and supported COCOM<br />JFCOM validates solution and risk assessment<br />JFCOM / components conduct risk mitigation<br />JFCOM components assess readiness and risk<br />FORSCOM<br />USFFC<br />MARFORCOM<br />ACC<br />FCST<br />ASORTS<br />ARMS<br />AFM<br />JOPES/CFAST<br />GSORTS<br />MCSAM<br />JFRG<br />JOPES/CFAST<br />SORTS<br />DCAPES<br />JOPES/CFAST<br />ECAST<br />NSORTS<br />TRMS<br />WEBSKED<br />JOPES/CFAST<br />Contingency Sourcing Process<br />
  51. 51. 16<br />Global Force Management<br />Force Analysis<br />
  52. 52. 17<br />Where Force Analysis fits into the JFP process<br />
  53. 53. 18<br />Comprehensive Force Analysis Requires…<br />To perform the JFP mission, JFCOM’s need for visibility goes beyond readiness. We must also analyze force structure, capabilities, allocation and availability, location, and apportionment (as dictated by GFM strategic guidance).<br /><ul><li>Force Structure: Provide a comprehensive inventory of DoD force structure
  54. 54. Force Capabilities Identifier: Identify force by name (UIC/UTC/other designator) or by equivalence to requested capability; facilitates contingency sourcing
  55. 55. Force Readiness: Provide objective overall C-level, Personnel, Training, Equipment and Supply (C/PSRT) levels readiness at appropriate fidelity and subjective readiness to complete Mission Essential Tasks (METS)
  56. 56. GFM Policy Guidance: Identify potential constraint violations ofGFM strategic guidance (redlines), e.g., BOG, Dwell, OPS/PERS tempo, etc.
  57. 57. Force Availability: Provide past/present/future availability
  58. 58. Force Location: Provide past/present/future location information
  59. 59. Force Apportionment: Identify units’ (by name, UIC, UTC, or other designator) apportionment to COCOM plans
  60. 60. Situational Awareness: Track the status and location of deploying, deployed, and redeploying forces
  61. 61. Works in Progress: Be able to save and reload work in progress</li></ul>A Global Visibility Capability (GVC)<br />
  62. 62. 19<br />Force Deployment<br />
  63. 63. 20<br />Force Deployment<br />PLANNING<br />EXECUTION<br />Comp. Force Flow Verification<br />Cross Check Units against Rqmnts, Noms. & Readiness<br />Monitor Verification & Validation of Unit Line Numbers<br />(ULNs)<br />Release<br />CJCS & JFCOM Orders<br />Monitor Deployment Orders/ RC Force MOB and Prep<br />Monitor Flow and Correct or Adjust<br />Comp. Populate Time Phase Force Dep<br /> Data<br />(TPFDD)<br />Identify Requirements<br />PROCESS<br />Movement<br />Source<br />FORCE <br />TRACKING<br />FORCE TRACKING NUMBER (FTN)<br />Force Requirements Enhanced Database (FRED)<br />CENTCOM Tracking Data Base<br />JCRM w/ GFM Toolset<br />LOGBOOK<br />CONTRIBUTING<br />TOOLS<br />Joint Operations Planning and Execution System (JOPES)<br />NEWS GROUPS <br />(JFCOM)Force Tracking Database<br />Global Transportation Network (GTN)<br />Single Mobility System (SMS)<br />
  64. 64. 21<br />GFM Continuous Process Improvement Force Management Improvement Project(FMIP)<br />
  65. 65. 22<br />GCC / Component<br />Force Requirements<br />OPLAN<br />Genesis: Joint Force Providing & Adaptive Planning<br />Sourcing & Analysis<br />Execution<br />Requirements<br />Joint Staff <br />Validation<br />Unit<br />Identification<br />JOPES<br />Tools<br />DEPORD<br />Deployment Tracking<br />RFFs<br />Emergent <br />Rqmnts<br />Websched<br />JESS<br />Pre-deployment Preps<br />Reserve Mobilization<br />Training <br />Movement<br />ILOCS<br />Strat Lift<br />RSOI<br />Redeployment Preps<br />SECDEF<br />TANK<br />GFMB<br />Joint Staff<br />DRRS<br />SVC Tools<br />(58)<br />Rotational <br />Rqmnts<br />Conferences <br />& Data bases<br />Individual <br />Augmentees<br />Sourcing <br />Rec<br />eJMAPS<br />MDIS<br />JMDs & RFFs<br />Plan <br />Rqmnts<br />Plans<br />CFAST<br />JOPES<br />Redeployment Tracking<br />Exercise <br />Rqmnts<br />Msg<br />JTIMS<br />JESS<br />Component Visibility<br />Force Pool <br />
  66. 66. 23<br />DEPORD<br />SECDEF<br />TANK<br />GFMB<br />Joint Staff<br />Sourcing <br />Rec<br />Integrated Force Management Vision<br />Execution<br />Requirements, Sourcing, & Analysis<br />JOPES<br />JCRM<br />Unit<br />Identification<br />Generation Submission Validation Sourcing<br />Deployment Tracking<br />Emergent<br />Rqmnts<br />Pre-deployment Preps<br />Reserve Mobilization<br />Training <br />Movement<br />ILOCS<br />Strat Lift<br />RSOI<br />Redeployment Preps<br />Rotational<br />Rqmnts<br />eJMAPS<br />JMD<br />Individual<br />Augmentees<br />Auto feed<br />JTIMS<br />Exercise<br />Rqmnts<br />Auto feed<br />CFAST<br />Plan<br />Rqmnts<br />Redeployment Tracking<br />OPLAN<br />Supported by analysis capability of:<br />DRRS<br />JESS<br />SORTS<br />Service Components’<br />Authoritative Databases<br />Force Pool <br />
  67. 67. 24<br />FMIP Way Ahead<br />Focus on Process Improvement across the Global Force <br />Management Enterprise<br /><ul><li>Redirect architecture development across planning, JFP, and force projection to support GFM continued process improvement
  68. 68. Ensure unity of effort and seamless process flow between each lane
  69. 69. Identify and analyze dynamic touch points as well as feedback and feed forward loops to ultimately improve GFM</li></li></ul><li>25<br />J3/4 Mission<br />Principal advisor to the Commander, USJFCOM on all operations, logistics, and engineering matters; responsibility includes:<br /><ul><li>Serve as Primary Joint Force Provider
  70. 70. Recommend global joint sourcing of all conventional forces (less TRANSCOM, STRATCOM and SOCOM) in support of combatant commander requirements
  71. 71. Deploy assigned Joint forces and capabilities
  72. 72. Provide continuous GFM enterprise process review: identify and pursue opportunities for improvement to policy, processes, and tools
  73. 73. Reengineer logistics to improve joint force providing capability
  74. 74. Support Joint training and experimentation
  75. 75. Provide command level general engineering, military construction, anti-terrorism/force protection, and acquisition management</li></li></ul><li>26<br />Emergent<br />Planned<br /><ul><li>RFF support
  76. 76. HASC/SASC testimonies
  77. 77. GAO support
  78. 78. Skill set availability
  79. 79. Readiness RFI’s
  80. 80. Battalions around the world
  81. 81. JFCOM JFRR assessment/ projection
  82. 82. OPLAN/CONPLAN contingency sourcing support
  83. 83. Force Sufficiency identification/ tracking
  84. 84. Exercise support
  85. 85. Force Rotation support
  86. 86. Weekly Component focus slides
  87. 87. Weekly OIF/OEF deployment tracking
  88. 88. Weekly tracking of Army Brigades and USMC Battalions
  89. 89. Monthly non-deployed readiness roll-up</li></ul>Readiness cell<br />Army cell<br />Navy cell<br />Marine cell<br />AF cell<br />Force Analysis Process<br />Requirement Data Gathering/Organization 75+ sources Completed Analysis<br />FORSCOM<br />CFFC<br />MARFORCOM<br />ACC<br />Completed analysis requires extensive search/coordination<br />
  90. 90. 27<br />Focus I: Deliver a capability for consolidating force requirements into a web-enabled database management tool<br />Focus II: Implement a force sourcing collaborative staffing tool supporting Force sourcing at all Functional Force Providing COCOMs to provide workflow staffing and automated connectivity with Force Requirements data base management capability. <br />Focus III: Identify the minimum data elements required to conduct force sourcing from all Functional Force Providing COCOMs; confirm Service identification of authoritative data sources for required data elements. Conduct analysis of GFM tools to identify technical, policy, and/or enforcement issues that need to be addressed to ensure tool access to required data<br />FMIP Continuous Process Improvement<br />Integrate / improve Joint Force Providing policies, processes & tools<br />
  91. 91. 28<br />Authorities and Responsibilities<br />Unified Command Plan 2008 - as the Primary Joint Force Provider<br /><ul><li>Deploy trained and ready joint forces…provide operational and intelligence support in response to requirements of combatant commanders
  92. 92. Identify and recommend global joint sourcing solutions to the Chairman, in coordination with the Services and other combatant commanders, from all worldwide forces and capabilities, (except designated forces sourced by USSOCOM, USSTRATCOM and USTRANSCOM)
  93. 93. Supervise the implementation of sourcing decisions
  94. 94. Serve as the DoD Joint Deployment Process Owner, responsible for maintaining the global capability for rapid and decisive military force power projection and redeployment</li></ul>Global Force Management Implementation Guidance FY 08 - 09<br /><ul><li>In coordination with the Military Departments and other combatant command Service components, through USJFCOM assigned Service components, identify and recommend global joint sourcing solutions in response to CJCS-validated combatant commander requirements
  95. 95. Combatant commands, Military Departments and the National Guard Bureau provide force / capability commitment, availability and readiness data to USJFCOM and its assigned Service components</li>

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