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Approval f o r Development and Funding 9-34 Approval €or Development 9-34 Approval f o r Funding 9-35 Conclusion 9-41 10 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 10-1 Introduction 10-1 Air Force Mission and Authority 10-2 Do D and A i r Force Policy 10-5 Mission Areas 10-5 Najor Acquisitions 10-6 AF Planning, Programing and Budgeting 10-8 Planning 10-8 Planning Documents 10-9 USAF Planning Concepts 10-9 Command Objectives Planning 10-10 USAF Objective Force 10-10 USAF Program Objectives Memorandum 10-11 U. I, PPBS 11-10 Appendix 11, DODI 7045.7 11-22 CHAPTER - PAGE 12 INFLUENCE OF OPERATIONS RESEAXCH/Sf STZMS ANALYSIS 12-1 Cost-Effectiveness 12-2 Models 12-3 Analysts Role in Needs/Bequirements Process 12-4 Systems Analysis Groups 12-5 Department of Defense 12-6 Issue Paper Preparation 12-7 DSA.
RC Membership 12-9 Other Activities 12-9 Joint Chiefs of Staff 12-11 -Y 12-16 Naoy 12-19 Maxine Corps 12-20 Air Force 12-21 Appendix I, Role and Purpose of SA/OR 12-23 Appendix 11, Federal Contract Research Centers 12-26 APPENDCCES I Abbreviations and Acronyms 11 Bibliography FIGURES Page 2-1 L i f e Cycle of a Major Weapon System 2-2 2-2 Decision Process Conceptual Phase Model 2-6 3-1 National Security Council 4-1 Requirements Definition Dialogue 4-4 4-2 National Intelligence Commuuity 4-6 4-3 Intelligence Products 4-10 4-4 Military Intelligence Conrmunity 4-12 5-1 Internal Organization of the J o i n t Chiefs of S t a f f 5-2 5-2 J SPS Document Interrelationships 5-8 5-3 Planning Sequence f o r JSPS 5-9 5-4 JSCP Annexes 5-10 5-5 JSPS Document Preparation 5-11 5-6 Service Supporting Plans 5-14 6-1 Fighters - Providers 6-2 7-1 Organization of the Department of the Army 7-2 7-2 Army Branch Structure 7-4 7-3 Army Functional Areas f o r Grouping Requirements 7-6 7-4 Atmy Major Acquisitions 7-8 7-5 Other Army Major Acquisitions 7-9 7-6 Army Materiel Acquisitions Documents 7-12 7-7 Scheme For Identifying Needs 7-13 7-8 Basic Army Planning Documats % 7-16 7-9 Army Operational Capability Objectives For Land Warfare Operations 7-20 7-10 Study Categories 7-22 7-11 Army Agencies and C o d s Having an Interest in or Responsibility f o r Research and Development 7-28 7-12 Required Operational Capability R e v i e w and Approval Procedures 7-30 7-13 Major System Apprwal 7-42 7-14 Relationship of Army Documents t o Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of Defense Documents 7-44 8-1 Department of t h e Navy Orgadzation 8-2 8-2 Navy Rdes/Missions 8-4 8-3 &vy/bfarine Corps Major Acquisitions 8-6 8-4 Office of t h e Chief of N a v a l Operations 8-8 8-5 Navy Operating Forces 8-12 8-6 Navy Research and Developmnt Organization 8-14 8-7 Navy Missions and Sponsors 8-16 8-8 Planning Interrelationships 8-20 8-9 Identifying the Need 8-21 8-10 Navy - JCS Planning Relationships 8-24 \ Page 8-11 CNO-CNK Dialogue 8-37 8-12 CNO Ekecutive Board 8-40 8-13 Acquisition Management 8-44 9-1 Marine Corps Organization 9-2 9-2 Headquarters Marine Corps 9-4 9-3 Development and Education Command 9-8 9-4 Planning I n t e r r e l a t i o n s h i p s 9-10 9-5 Marine Corps Planning Sequence 9-12 9-6 Deputy Chief of Staff (R, D, &SI 9-14 9-7 Marine Corps Liaison O f f i c e r s 9-18 9-8 Establishing t h e Requiremeut 9-26 9-9 Department of t h e Navy Appropriations 9-32 9-10 USMC- JCS-SECDEZ Documents 9-34 10-1 AAr Force Organization 10-4 10-2 Ajtr Force Major Acquisitions 10-7 10-3 Planning-Programming-Budgeting System 10-15 10-4 Air Force Systems Coumand 10-21 10-5 Air Force Requirements Process 10-25 10-6 Requirements Documents 10-26 lo-?
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5000.1 2-7 THE PRESIDENT AND NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL 3-1 Resident 3-1 National Security Council 3-1 National Mobilization Planning. 4-1 l n t r oduct ion 4-1 Threat and Threat Assesmnent 4-1 N e t Assessment 4-2 N e t Technical Assessment 4-5 National I n t e l l i g e n c e Community 4-7 President s Foreign I n t e l l i g e n c e Advisory b a r d 4-8 United S t a t e s I n t e l l i g e n c e Board 4-8 National I n t e l l i g e n c e O f f i c e r s 4-9 National I n t e l l i g e n c e Estimates 4-9 S p e c i a l I a t i o n a I I n t e l l i g e n c e Estimates 4-11 M i l i t a r y I n t e l l i g e n c e Community 4-11 National Security Agency 4-11 Defense I n t e l l i g e n c e Agency 4-13 Joint Long-Range Estimative I n t e l l i g e n c e 4-14 Document J o i n t I n t e l l i g e n c e Estimate f o r Planning 4-14 Defense I n t e l l i g e n c e E s t i m a t e f o r J o i n t Plannfng 4-15 Defense I n t e l l i g e n c e P r o j e c t i o n s f o r Planning 4-15 Additional Estimative I n t e l l i g e n c e Support 4-15 A s s i s t a n t Secretary of De Fense, I n t e l l i g e n c e 4-17 M i l i t a r y Departments 4-17 M i l i t a r y Services 4-17 Congress 4-18 - PAGE 5 J O I N T CTIIEFS OF STAFF 5-1 Organization and Functions 5-1 J o i n t Chiefs of Staff 5-1 J o i n t Staff 5-5 Supplementary staff organizations 5-5 Planning Functions 5-6 S t r a t e g i c Planning 5-8 Operational Planning 5-14 Appendix I, J o i n t S t r a t e g i c Plans 54.7 6 SECRETARP OF DEFFJISE 6-1 Control Over Combat Forces 6-4 Control Over Support Forces 6-4 7 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 7-1 Introduction 7-1 Organization 7-3 Mission Areas 7-5 Major Acquisitions 7-7 Cbanges i n Materiel Acquisition Documents 7-11 Ident i f l i n g t h e Need 7-11 The Army Planning System 7-14 h t e l l i g e n c e / T h r e a t Support 7-15 Planning Documents 7-17 - The Combat Development Function 7-17 Land Cmbat Studies 7-18 Operational Capability Objectives 7-19 The Army Study Program 7-23 Threat Analysis Support 7-24 Research and Development 7-26 Establishing t h e Requirement 7-27 Processing and Approval Actions 7-31 Special Task Force Functions 7-34 Army System Acquisition Review Council 7-39 Obtaining Secretary of Defense Approval 7-41 Programing and 3udgeting 7-43 Programming 7-43 Budgeting 7-47 DSARC 7-49 Appendix I, Planned Army Reorganization 7-50 Appendix XI, Amy Organizations k i n g Combat Development Interests 7-52 Appendix 111, FY 74 Study Areas 7-54 Appendix TV, P r i n c i p a l Study Organizations 7-55 .
CRAIrll ER (CONT' T) - PAGE 9 Est a b l i s h f n g t h e Requirement 9-24 Sources 9-24 The Process 9-25 Requirements Documents 9-30 Marfne Corps Approval f o r Development 9-33 O b t a i a n g Secretary of Defense . ) 10-11 Relationship o f Air Force Plans t o USAP Programs 10-12 Air Force Programing 10-12 Program "P" S e r i e s Documents 10-13 Supplemental Program Data 10-13 Budgeting 10-14 I d e n t i f y i n g t h e Need 10-14 Information Reporting 10-16 I n t e l l i g e n c e Analysis 10-16 Major Command I d e n t i f i c a t i o n of Need 10-17 command Analysis 10-18 Mission Analysis 10-18 I n t e l l i g e n c e Information 10-18 Technology 10-19 M i l i t a r y Ekercises 10-19 Coordination With Other Sources 10-19 Sources of N e w Weapon Proposals 10-20 Major A i r Commands 10-20 Air Force System Command (AFSC) 10-20 The Air Force S c i e n t i f i c Advisory b a r d 10-20 CHAPTER - PAGE 8 UNITED STATES N Am 8-1 Introduction 8-1 Legislative History 8-1 Magnitude of Acquisitions 8-5 Identifying t h e Need 8-7 Threat Assessment 8-10 N e t Assessment 8-10 Old Age and Obsolescence 8-11 Material Readiness 8-13 Doctrine and Tactics 8-13 Technology Base 8-15 Sources 8-17 Sponsors 8-17 Office of t h e Chief of Naval Operations 8-17 Forces Afloat - 8-17 Industry 8-18 Analyses and Studies 8-19 Planning Documents 8-25 General Operational Requirement 8-26 Navy Technological Projections 8-27 Task Area Plan 8-28 Establishing t h e Requirement 8-28 Tentative Specff i c Operational Requirement 8-29 Proposed Technical Approaches 8-30 Advanced Development Obj ect i v e 8-32 Specific Operational Requirement 8-33 Technical Development Plan 8-35 Requirements Documentation 8-35 Concept Formulation Dialogue 8-38 Obtaining SECDEF Approval 8-38 Approval of Services Total Program 8-38 Recommendation f o r Approval from DSARC 8-43 Budget Preparation 8-47 Appendix I, FY 74 Studies 8-49 9 UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS 9-1 Introduction 9-1 Legislative History 9-1 Major Acquisition$ 9-3 Identifying t h e Need 9-5 Mission 9-5 - I n t e l l i g e n c e Threat Assessment Material Readiness 9-6 9-6 The Planning System 9-8 Studies and Analyses 9-15 General Operational Requirements 8-21 Research and Development Planning 9-22 PAGE -Qwm(CONT' D) 7 10 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (CONT' D) America1 I n d u s t r i a l Companies 10-22 M i l i t a r y Study Groups 10-22 Contractual Studies and Analysis 10-22 Other Sources 10-23 Establishing t h e Requirement 10-24 Preparation of t h e Proposal 10-24 Commaad Review Process 10-24 Coordination With O t h e r Organizations 10-28 S i g n a t u r e on ROC' S 10-29 Specified and Unified Command Submission 10-29 Quick Reaction Capability 10-30 Processing ROC' S at Headquarters Bir Force 10-30 Program Officer Assignment 10-30 System Advocacy 10-32 A i r Staff Evaluation 10-32 Analyses and Studies 10-33 System Analysis 10-33 Mission Analysis 10-33 Preliminary Design 10-33 Cost and Schedule Estimates 10-34 Trade-off Studies 10-34 Requirements Review Group ' Evaluation 10-35 Air Force Board S t r u c t u r e R e v i e w 10-38 Air Staff Board 10-40 A i r Force Council 10-41 Chief of Staff Approval 10-41 Secretary of t h e A i r Force Approval 10-41 Obtaining SECDEF Approval 10-42 Re-design Development Funding 10-44 Weapon System Development Funding 10-45 Obtaining Recommendation For Approval From DSARC 10-46 Program Management Directive 10-4 8 Program Management Plan 10-4 9 11 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE 11-1 Obtaining Approval of t h e Services Total Program 11-3 Obtaining Recommendation f o r Approval from DSARC 11-4 Development Concept Paper 11-4 Defense System Acquisition R e v i e w Council 11-5 P r o j e c t Management Directive 11-6 Mission Area Summaries 11-6 Mission Concept Papers 11-8 Planning, Programming, Budgeting System 11-9 Appendix.
The PPSS is the DOD resource manage- ment system through which needs and requirements are matched with available funds.OVERVIEW OF TEE NEH)S/REQUIREMENTS PROCESS The i n d i v i d u a l Service responsibility t be capable f accomplishing its defined r o l e s and missions imposes t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y t o d e f i n e and develop weapon systems t o meet i d e n t i f i e d needs.