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2. 9/23/2011. . Armed force Planning Guidance Using MAPIT to Focus Analysis. Relative Resourcing of MDEP to Program Requirement. Relative Importance of MDEP to Mission Area Capabilities. Abnormal state of resourcing yet low level of significance toMission Area Capabilities. Abnormal state of significance toMission Area Capabilities however low level of resourcing.
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The Army Plan Purpose Develop key arranging direction with senior initiative bearing Prepare mid-term, mission-situated arranging guidance utilizing the vital direction Translate mission-arranged arranging direction into functionally-situated programming direction Goal - Planning affecting the Army\'s Program, Budget and real usage

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Most Important MDEPs Army Planning Guidance Using MAPIT to Focus Analysis Illustrative and not Actual MDEP Analysis High level of resourcing but rather low level of significance to Mission Area Capabilities Relative Resourcing of MDEP to Program Requirement Relative Importance of MDEP to Mission Area Capabilities Least Important MDEPS High level of significance to Mission Area Capabilities yet low level of resourcing

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POM issues PBD POM issues PBD The Army Plan and Program - Budget Cycle Jan 00 Apr 00 Jul 00 Sep 00 Jan 01 Apr 01 Jul 01 Sep 01 Jan 02 PresBud FY02-03 PresBud FY 03 POM FY02-07 BES FY02-03 POM FY 03-07 BES FY 03 POM prep FY02-07 BES prep FY02-03 POM prep Update FY03-07 BES prep FY03 POM prep FY 04-09 Section III. APGM (- - Dec 2000) T he A rmy P lan FY03-17 Update Section II. Armed force Plan Guidance (- - Oct 2000) Section I. Armed force Strategic Planning Guidance (- - Jun 2000)

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For Official Use Only T The Army Plan FY 1998 – 2013 (U) HE A RMY P LAN FY 2000 - 2015 (U) 1775 December 1995 For Official Use Only 24 March 1998 The Army Plan Background Classified By: LTG Blackwell, DCSOPs, HQDA Reason: 1.5(b) Declassify on: December 2005 TAP FY98-13 Some vital direction in Sections 1 - 4 Programming direction in Section 5, crosswise over 14 sub-segments TAP FY00-15 First "Reengineered" TAP Examined and utilized best practices including other Services & OSD Organized into 3 Sections Included 10 Mission Areas Approved by Sec Army & CSA TAP FY02-17 Replaced 10 with 7 new Mission Areas Applied change strategy Produced draft ASPG Produced draft APG - used TAA/MTOFs Produced endorsed APGM

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Section II A rmy P lanning G uidance - Annex - The Army Plan Overview Section I Relates National, OSD, and Joint vital direction Provides Army authority\'s vision and direction Army Strategic Planning Guidance (ASPG) DAMO-SS Section II Feedback Army Planning Guidance (APG) DAMO-ZR Expands upon Mission Areas from ASPG Identifies capacities to fulfill missions SA & CSA affirm every Section Feedback Section III Army Programming Guid. Reminder (APGM) PAED Uses capacities from APG Identifies destinations and asset assignments by PEG Section II

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Army Vision Section I. ASPG T he A rmy P lan FY02-17 Section II. APG Section III. APGM Army Strategy (ASPG) BDE TRANSFORMATION The Army Plan Incorporates Transformation Strategy "WHAT WE WILL LOOK LIKE" Long-term system \'sets azimuth\' 12 OCT 99 END STATE Mid-term capacities Mid-term program direction "HOW WE WILL GET THERE" 1 NOV 99 (DRAFT) END STATE GOALS LINKAGE TO END STATE GENERAL LOGIC GENERAL PHASING P rogram O bjective M emorandum FY 02-07 " WHO DOES WHAT BY WHEN " Transformation Campaign Plan 15 JAN 00 RESPONSIBILITIES/TERMS OF REFERENCE MILESTONES METRICS/ASSESSMENT PROCESS MONITOR MECHANISM NOT PROGRAMMATIC, BUT FEEDS PROGRAMMATICS

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The Army Plan Covers the Spectrum… Deter Aggression & Coercion Reduce Potential Conflicts & Threats Combat of Spectrum Strategic Nuclear War Tactical Nuclear War Regional Conventional Conflict Promote Regional Stability Limited Conventional Conflict International War Counter-Insurgency Strikes Raids Counter Terrorism Domestic Disaster Relief Security Assistance Domestic Civil Support Arms Control Deploy, Fight, and Win MTWs Peace Building Environmental Operations Support Homeland Defense Peace Making Conduct SSC Operations Spectrum Peace of Provide Domestic Support Peace Enforcement Counter Drug 7 Mission Areas - Responsive & Dominant over the Spectrum of Operations Show of Force Nation Assistance Sanctions Enforcement Non-Combatant Evacuation Occupations Peace Keeping Humanitarian

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CINC Intent Strategic Theater Objectives Strategic Theater Concept Program Objective Memorandum ( POM ) Essential UJTL Tasks Conditions Standards TAA Force Structure TOF MTOF Army Planning Guidance Considers MTOF Scenarios DCSOPS MTOF Process TAP Process Section II Army Planning Guidance Use situations - Annex - Use MTOF - UJTL in TAP Tasks Mission Task Organized Force (MTOF) Regional Scenarios Peace Enforcement - Balkans Noncombatant Evacuation Operation - Nigeria Peacekeeping - Peru/Ecuador Peacekeeping - Sinai Humanitarian Assistance - Congo Maritime Interdiction Operation - Iran Counter Drug - Columbia Consequence Management National Missile Defense Critical Infrastructure Protection Disaster Relief Base Engagement Force Base Generating Force Major Theater War Use UJTL Universal Joint Task List (UJTL)

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Prioritizes Army Planning Guidance Uses "METL-like" Structure 7 Mission Areas Promote Regional Stability Reduce Potential Conflicts and Threats Deter Aggression and Coercion Conduct SSC Operations Deploy, Fight, and Win MTWs Support Homeland Defense Provide Domestic Support Section II Mission Area Structure Mission Area (definition) Objectives Tasks Capabilities Performance Standards

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A Task might be required in more than one Mission Area; and a Capability might be required in more than one Task MA 1 MA 2 Task 2 4 3 5 1 Cap 1 2 4 3 5 Army Planning Guidance Provides Capabilities-Based Planning Programming/Budgeting Reducing or taking out assets for a Task or Capability in one Mission Area, does not change necessity for the same Task or Capability in another MA 1 MA 2 Task 2 4 3 5 1 Cap 1 2 4 3 5 Capability-Based Planning includes - Identifying all obliged abilities to achieve every Mission Area And, if a later choice modifies a mission or decreases or kills assets for errand or ability in a Mission Area, this choice does not change prerequisite for capacity in other Mission Area

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Army Planning Guidance Mission Area Wiring Diagram DCSOPS (LTG Ellis) ODCSOP & Secretariat Co-leads at Mission Area Level ADCSOPS (MG Kensinger) DAMO-ZR (COL Palmatier) Working DAMO-SS (General Officer) DAMO-(General Officer) DAMO-OD (General Officer) PRS DAMO-SSP COL ____ DUSA-IA COL Morgan PCT DAMO-SSD COLBrown DUSA-IA COL Grabowski MTW DAMO-SSW COL Brown ASA(ALT) Mr. Damstetter SHD DAMO-SSW COL Brown ASA(M&RA) COL Demasi SSC DAMO-COL ____ ASA(M&RA) LTC Hersey DAC DAMO-ODO LTC Scott ASA(M&RA) COL Smoot PDS DAMO-ODS COL Fitton SAUS VACANT MAs give a purposeful connection from key direction to fundamental abilities.

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Army Planning Guidance Linking Capabilities To Programming Mission Area To Programming Integration Tool (MAPIT) gives the way to connecting and characterizing the significance of a particular MDEP to a particular Capability Mission Area Hierarchy PEG Hierarchy MSN AREA 1 PEG 1 OBJ 1 OBJ 1 Task 1 Task 2 Sub-OBJ 2 Sub-OBJ 1 Capability 1 Capability 2 Capability 3 TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3 TASK 4 MDEP C MDEP A MDEP D MDEP B Planning to Programming relationship - A Mission Area Capability may get assets from numerous MDEPs A MDEP may bolster numerous Mission Area Capabilities

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THE WHITE HOUSE DECEMBER 1999 TAP Section II A rmy P lanning G uidance (APG) Mission Areas and Capabilities TAP Section I A rmy S trategic P lanning G uidance (ASPG) Transformation Strategy MDEPs Resourced Use Operationally Focused Planning To Shape and Defend the Army Program The Army Plan The Intent TAP Section III A rmy P rogramming G uidance M emorandum (APGM) The Army Vision: Soldiers on point for the Nation changing the most regarded Army on the planet into a deliberately responsive power that is prevailing over the full range of operations Man Tng Eq Org Sust Inst Promote Regional Stability Army Planning Guidance: Capabilities Required POM: Capabilities Resourced Reduce Potential Conflicts and Threats Deter Aggression and Coercion Conduct Smaller Scale Contingency Ops Deploy, Fight & Win Major Theater Wars Support Homeland Defense Provide Domestic Support OSD Issues and Army Answers Army POM & Budget Estimate

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Most Important MDEPs Army Planning Guidance Using MAPIT to Focus Analysis Illustrative and not Actual MDEP Analysis High level of resourcing but rather low level of significance to Mission Area Capabilities Relative Resourcing of MDEP to Program Requirement Relative Importance of MDEP to Mission Area Capabilities Least Important MDEPS High level of significance to Mission Area Capabilities however low level of resourcing

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Web-based, User Friendly Interface Provides: Hierarchy Rating Bars General Information Definitions Reports Help Quality Function Deployment (QFD): Used to decide the relative significance of MDEPs. Methodical, straight forward, all around characterized approach. Theoretical DESIGN OF MAPIT creates the interface and stores contributions by utilizing: Current Planning Database (TAP MAS) Current Programming Database (PROBE) Prioritized MDEPs (Based on Mission Area)

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POM issues PBD POM issues PBD The Army Plan and Program - Budget Cycle Jan 00 Apr 00 Jul 00 Sep 00 Jan 01 Apr 01 Jul 01 Sep 01 Jan 02 PresBud FY02-03 PresBud FY 03 POM FY02-07 BES FY02-03 POM FY 03-07 BES FY 03 POM prep FY02-07 BES prep FY02-03 POM prep Update FY03-07 BES prep FY03 POM prep FY 04-09 Section III. APGM (- - Dec 2000) T he A rmy P lan FY03-17 Update Section II. Armed force Plan Guidance (- - Oct 2000) Section I. Armed force Strategic Planning Guid

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