MORS Systematic Plan Meeting Working Brief As of: September 15, 2009.


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Reason/Agenda. Reason: Describe the idea for a MORS gathering on the Analytic AgendaAgenda:Conference overviewOpening plenaryAnalytic Agenda Deep DivesSpecial topicsClosing plenaryAdmin/logistics. MORS Analytic Agenda Conference Overview. Title: Analytic Agenda Way AheadDate: March 1-4, 2010Co-Chairs: Al Sweetser and COL Steve CharbonneauLocation: Northrop Grumman Heritage Conference Center,
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MORS Analytic Agenda Conference Working Brief As of: September 15, 2009

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Purpose/Agenda Purpose: Describe the idea for a MORS gathering on the Analytic Agenda: Conference diagram Opening whole Analytic Agenda Deep Dives Special themes Closing entire Admin/logistics

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MORS Analytic Agenda Conference Overview Title: Analytic Agenda Way Ahead Date: March 1-4, 2010 Co-Chairs: Al Sweetser and COL Steve Charbonneau Location: Northrop Grumman Heritage Conference Center, Chantilly, VA Objectives: Broaden comprehension of participants on Analytic Agenda procedures and items Develop suggestions for development Classification: SECRET REL ACGU (all sessions); an unclassified report will be created Proposed plan:

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Organizing Committee Chairs: Al Sweetser, COL Steve Charbonneau Host Organization Rep: Richard Miller, NGC Sponsors: CAPE: Jim Bexfield JS: Lisa Disbrow Services: John Robertson (Army), Tom Neal (Navy), Mike Bailey (USMC), Joe Seidl & Mary Cerniglia-Mosher (USAF) JCS: COL Steve Charbonneau Bulldog: Royce Reiss Working Group Chairs: See next slide

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Key Personnel/Working Group Leads

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Monday, March 1, 2010: Opening Tutorials Organizer: Mike Wilmer, BAH Tentative timetable: 1300: Policy review/Defense Planning Scenarios 1340: JS outline/Multi-Service Force Deployment Data 1420: Break 1430: CAPE review/Future Year Analytic Baselines 1515: JDS diagram/Data administration and Tools 1600: AT&L review/Development Planning

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Tuesday, March 2, 2010: Opening Plenary Organizer: CAPT Tom Neal, N81 Tentative calendar: 0800: Sponsor\'s welcome (PA&E and Joint Staff)/Admin declarations 0830 Keynote speaker: TBD 0915 Break Panel talks 0930: Policy/Joint Staff/PA&E point of view 1030: Service/SOCOM viewpoint 1130: COCOM/other DoD viewpoints (NORTHCOM?, AT&L?, and so forth.) Each board starts with moderator highlighting: How does my association partake in the Analytic Agenda? How does my association use Analytic Agenda items? What are my proposals to enhance Analytic Agenda procedures and items? Q&A takes after every gathering of moderators

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Plenary Speaker Bio\'s Mr. Jim Bexfield, FS, is the Director of the Study and Analytical Support Division of the Office of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He directs the Studies and Analyses Center, which gives logical backing to all of PA&E; and the Joint Data Support (JDS) office, which gathers information to bolster crusade examinations for the DoD. He is the U.S. agent to the Joint Concepts and Analysis Panel in The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP). Already he was an examiner with the Institute for Defense Analyses and served in the United States Air Force. Amid his 23-year vocation in the Air Force he had some expertise in operations research, which included serving as Chief Analyst, Air Force Studies and Analyses. In this position, he was the key military expert to the general officer who gave expository backing to the Chief of Staff and the Secretary of the Air Force. Mr. Bexfield has been dynamic in the Military Operations Research Society, serving as its leader in 1983-85. In 1993 he was chosen a Fellow of the Society and in 1994 he got the Vance R. Wanner grant. Lisa Disbrow Keynote speaker

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Analytic Agenda Deep Dives Timing: end of opening entire to noontime Wed Topics/drives Warfight; lead J8 WAD SSSP/ISP; lead Army Homeland Defense; lead TBD Irregular Warfare; lead CAPE Potential inquiries for examination: Review DPS: what were the DPS challenges? Was the scope of military choices investigated inside the DPS? How might this be tended to? Were critical dangers to the guard technique precluded when a solitary test was chosen for MSFD improvement? How might that danger be moderated? Audit MSFD: depict red/blue/green powers & CONOPS; were there methodology holes in the DPS that must be tended to in the MSFD or couldn\'t be tended to in the MSFD advancement? What were they? How would we block that from happening? Survey Analytical Baseline: were there holes in the MSFD that must be tended to in the study? What were they? Were there information sets that were feeling the loss of that ought to/could have been incorporated? What were the devices & measurements utilized? What was the audit procedure? What bits of knowledge were acquired? What outings were surveyed & why? How could the investigation have been progressed? Downstream utilize: present case of the consequent utilization of this DPS/MSFD/Analytical Baseline; how well did the Analytic Agenda process bolster CONOPS and abilities improvement or programming? By what means would we be able to enhance the input system of the Analytic Agenda

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WG1, Warfight - Charter and Approach Chair: COL Steve Charbonneau, JS J-8 Co-Chair: Maj Eric Murphy, JS J-8 Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 1, Warfight – Draft Schedule Tues PM Wed AM

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WG 2, SSSP/ISP - Charter and Approach Chair: John Robertson Co-Chair: Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 2, SSSP/ISP – Draft Schedule Tues PM Wed AM

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WG 3: Homeland Defense/Defense Support to Civil Authorities - Charter and Approach Chair: TBD Co-Chair: TBD Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 3: Homeland Defense/Defense Support to Civil Authorities – Draft Schedule Tues PM Wed AM

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WG 4: Irregular Warfare - Charter and Approach Chair: Lt Col Kirsten Messer Co-Chair: Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 4: Irregular Warfare – Draft Schedule Tues PM Wed AM

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Special Topics Timing: late morning Wed to late morning Thurs Topics/drives/plans Data/Tools mgmt/VV&A/phenomenology: lead TBD How can JDS enhance backing to the Analytic Agenda and DoD? C4ISR/IO/EW examination: lead NII; co-lead A9 How can concentrates better consolidate these abilities and their belongings into investigation? Advancement arranging: lead AT&L How can the Analytic Agenda bolster early improvement of new obtaining programs? How might thought of new capacities being developed influence Analytic Agenda forms? Interagency joint effort: Lead A9; co-lead DHS? By what method can interagency investment in Analytic Agenda procedures be made strides? By what method can representation of interagency capacities be progressed? Should there be an interagency Analytic Agenda?

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WG 5, Data/Tools/VV&A - Charter and Approach Chair: Co-Chair: Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 5, Data/Tools/VV&A - Charter and Approach Wed PM Thurs AM

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WG 6: C4ISR/EW/IO - Charter and Approach Chair: Norm Yarbrough, OSD NII Co-Chair: Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 6, Warfight – Draft Schedule Wed PM Thurs AM

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WG 7: Development Planning – Charter and Approach Chair: Peter Lierni Co-Chair: Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 7: Development Planning – Draft Schedule Tues PM Wed AM

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WG 8: Inter-organization/International coordinated effort - Charter and Approach Chair: Mary Cerniglia-Mosher Co-Chair: Synthesis individuals: Mission Approach Goals

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WG 8: Inter-office/International joint effort – Draft Schedule Wed PM Thurs AM

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Plan for Synthesis Group Members/assignments Approach Attendee study?

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Plenary Session Thursday 1300-1700 1250 Introductory comments: Chair/Co-Chair 1300-1330 Synthesis bunch outbrief 1330 WG 1 outbrief 1345 WG 2 outbrief 1400 WG 3 outbrief 1445 WG 4 outbrief 1500 Q&A for WGs 1-4 1520 break 1530 WG 5 outbrief 1545 WG 6 outbrief 1600 WG 7 outbrief 1615 WG 8 outbrief 1630 Q&A for WGs 5-8 1650 Recognitions & Sponsor\'s finishing up comments

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Logistics/Admin Site POC: Richard H. Mill operator ( richard.miller@ngc.com ) Site format:

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Logistics/Admin – Room Assignments Tutorial/Opening & shutting whole: Freedom Auditorium (limit?) MORS Office WG 1: WG 2: WG 3: WG 4: WG 5: WG 6: WG 7: WG 8: Synthesis:

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Logistics/Admin Requirement: Catering for morning & evening breaks MORS POC: Colette to make courses of action (contract) straightforwardly Lunches Working gatherings will anticipate hour long coffee breaks Workshop participants lunch as people Pls give a few points of interest on lunch choices Mixer? MORS POC: Colette to make game plans Is this a player in the meeting?

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Logistics/Admin IT support? Pls give points of interest Hardware Log-in Ability to email characterized presentations to site? Method for getting gathering electronic records? Security issues Disposal of arranged paper? Procedure to take grouped notes? Preparing of clearances Foreign Visitors US Visitors

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Logistics/Admin Disclosure frames required for all presentations Plenary Working gatherings WGs that are unclassified: NONE MORS Office will make duplicates of WG plans and circulate to all participants Working gathering seats need to work with the MORS Office to guarantee the general population you need are welcomed Provide addresses so MORS office can send data or You may need to email them and propose that they go to the MORS site for an application ( www.mors.org )

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Disclosure Forms Received in the MORS Office As of: Name, presentation

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Workshop Products An official synopsis tending to the discoveries, conclusions, and suggestions Common issues of worry among members Potential arrangements as far as instruments, techniques, and information Proposals for future joint effort on investigation and improvement of apparatuses, strategies, and information A PHALANX article A procedures archive containing the outlines of all sessions and duplicates of proper preparation slides and presentations (unclassified) Will require scripted out-brief from the Working Group Chairs around 30 days after workshop Coordination/composing sessio

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