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Title: Joint Supply Joint Integrating Concept (JS JIC)


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Joint SupplyJoint Integrating Concept
(JS JIC)
  • Mr. Samuel W. Henderson
  • Supply Chain Operations Division (J-314)
  • HQ, Defense Logistics Agency
  • Fort Belvoir, Virginia

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Joint SupplyJoint Integrating Concept (JIC)
  • What is a JIC?
  • JICs Relation to Joint Operations Concepts
  • Participants
  • What Drove the Requirement?
  • Problem/Solution
  • Warfighter Benefits
  • DOD Support to Operation Unified Response (Haiti
    Relief)

3
What is a JIC?
  • A JIC is a member of the Family of Joint
    Operations Concepts (JOpsC)
  • Helps guide the transformation of the joint force
    to operate successfully 8 to 20 years in the
    future
  • Links strategic guidance to the development and
    employment of future joint force capabilities
  • Serves as engine for transformation...ultimately
    leads to changes in doctrine, organization,
    training, materiel, leadership and education,
    personnel, facilities and policy

A JIC is an operational-level description of how
a joint force commander, 8-20 years into the
future, will perform a specific operation or
function
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Joint Operations Concepts (JOpsC)
Capstone Concept for Joint Operations V3.0
Joint Logistics White Paper (JLWP)
Operational Contracting Support
Deployment Distribution
Maintain
Engineer
Log Services
Installation Support
Tier II Joint Logistic Capability Areas (JCA)
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Participants
  • JS J7 OSD
  • USCENTCOM NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU J4
  • USEUCOM US COAST GUARD
  • USPACOM GSA
  • USNORTHCOM AMERICAN RED CROSS
  • USSOCOM INDUSTRY
  • USSOUTHCOM FEMA
  • USSTRATCOM
  • USAFRICOM
  • DLA J-5/6/7/8
  • DESC
  • DSCP
  • DSCC
  • DSCR
  • DDC
  • DRMS

Support Team Members
JIC Writing Team Core Workgroup
  • JS J4
  • DLA
  • USA
  • USN
  • USAF
  • USMC
  • USTRANSCOM
  • USJFCOM
  • 5

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Senior Leader Participants
Co-Sponsors LTG Gainey, JS J4 VADM Thompson,
DLA-D LOE I and II MG Timothy McHale DLA
J3/4 LTG (Ret) Christianson HAP Senior Mentor MG
Dempsey Kee JS J4 Dep Dir MG Darren
Owens NGB J4 BG Phillip Thorpe Army G-4 BGen
Michael Dana USNORTHCOM J4 RDML (S) Kunkel JS
J4 MNLD Mr. Jeffery Orner USCG CG-4 Mr. John
Hall (SES) DLA J-31 Mr. Eric Smith (SES)
FEMA Mr. Josh Sawislak (SES) GSA Mr. James
Freihofer (SES) DLA JCASO Ms.Rosemary
Parnell Red Cross Mr. George Topic NDU Ms.
Debra Bennett ADUSD LMR SCI Mr. Gus Gosel DLA
JCASO CAPT Brendan Betchley AUS COL Derek
Smith DLA-E/A CAPT Mike Bullock UK
Red Team Members Michael Hopmeier, Chair Tom
Glisson LTG USA (ret) Terry Juskowiak, MG USA
(ret) Keith Lippert VADM USN (ret) Ms Mary Ann
Wagner The Honorable R. David Paulison
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What Drove the JIC Requirement?
  • 2006 CJCS Combat Support Agency Review Team
    (CSART) Finding
  • DLA is aggressively transforming itself to
    respond to customer demands, but should develop
    future concepts for providing the various classes
    of supply for which it has Executive Agent
    responsibilities
  • 2008 Joint Staff JS J4 request to the Director,
    DLA
  • Support and sponsor a Supply Chain JIC that would
    complement the Logistics JFC which is in the
    beginning stages of its revision
  • Scope the JIC to include all classes of supply to
    achieve a holistic view of the DoD supply chain
  • 2008 Director, Joint Staff approved development
    of a Joint Supply JIC
  • Directed the Joint Staff J-4 and the DLA to
    develop the JIC as co-authors
  • 2008 CJCS CSART Finding
  • Future roles, responsibilities, and relationships
    among key logistics providers are not clearly
    defined regarding the totality of the supply
    chain
  • Recommendations
  • In developing the Joint Supply JIC, consider the
    totality of the supply chain
  • Collaborate with USTRANSCOM, Joint Staff J-4, the
    Services, and executive agents to conduct
    capabilities based assessments of the end-to-end
    supply chains for all classes of supply

8
Other Factors Driving JIC Development
  • Lack of integrated end to end joint supply
    planning
  • Limited cross DoD inventory visibility and
    in-transit visibility of supplies
  • Redundant stock between wholesale/retail and
    between the Services
  • DoD supply process lacks authoritative/accessible
    common data structure
  • Multiple financial systems, structures and
    interfaces
  • Complexity of interagency and multinational
    requirements and capabilities

9
What are We Trying to Solve?
Problem Statement
How will Joint Force Commands and DOD leverage
and integrate joint, interagency, multinational
and contracted supply operations to improve and
expand Joint Force Commanders operational
adaptability and freedom of action in the design,
execution, and assessment of Combat, Security,
Engagement, and Relief and Reconstruction
military activities in an environment
characterized by increasing complexity,
uncertainty, rapid change and persistent conflict?
Enabling Joint Force Commanders in the
2016-2028 Timeframe
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JS JIC Solution
  • Central Idea Joint Supply Enterprise (JSE)
  • The JSE is an enabled network of joint supply
    operations partners and customers that are
    collectively capable of producing sustained
    supply readiness and perfect order fulfillment
    for JFCs ensuring their freedom of action and
    operational adaptability for combat, security,
    engagement, relief and reconstruction missions
    around the globe.
  • If the Joint Supply Enterprise will
  •   Integrate/Synchronize and Optimize global
    supply capabilities
  • Plan, Capture, and Predict joint supply
    requirements
  • Network Joint Supply Operations
  • Link Seamlessly to the JDDE
  •  
  • Then the JFC will benefit from
  •  Perfect Order Fulfillment
  •  Sustained Joint Supply Readiness that enables
    operational
  • adaptability and freedom of action

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Joint Supply Enterprise
  • POR
  • POE
  • 11

12

OSD andJoint Staff
Military Services and Defense Agencies
Joint DeploymentProcess Owner
DistributionProcess Owner
SupplyProcess Owner
Joint ForceCommanders
Integrated Joint Logistics Processes
Non-Governmental Organizations
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Warfighter Benefits
  • Integrated operational planning with supply and
    demand planning
  • Perfect Order Fulfillment for Joint Force
    Commanders
  • Designated Joint Supply Process Owner - Focal
    Point to Coordinate, Assess and Optimize Joint
    Supply Enterprise Support to JFCs
  • Optimize joint supply operations capabilities and
    reduce unnecessary redundancies
  • Access to a total, real-time Supply/LOG COP with
    situational awareness, action and response
    capabilities resulting in sustained supply
    readiness
  • Integrated supplier and distribution network
    capabilities

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JS JIC Milestones Summary
  • Genesis Combat Support Agency Review Team 2006
    2008
  • Formed Core Development Team - Oct 08
  • Tasked by DJS - Dec 08
  • FCB approved Purpose, Scope, Problem, Central
    Idea - Jan 09
  • JCB approved - Feb 09
  • 7 Formal Reviews
  • Red Team - Jun 09
  • LOE I - Jul 09
  • LOE II - Oct 09
  • O6 Planner staffing - Nov 09
  • GO/FO staffing completed - Dec 09/Jan 10
  • LOG FCB approved - 11 Mar 10
  • JCB approved - 17 Mar 10 (3 Star approval)
  • Final Approval JROC/JROCM Apr 10

All organizations concurred with no critical
comments. A total of 113 combined substantive
and administrative comments received.
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JS JIC Way-Ahead
CBAs
JIC COREWG
GO/FO Staffing
Sign
Final Draft
Backbrief
Coord Draft
JLB
JLWP
LOE
GOSC
JLWP Red Team
3-Star Backbrief
Planner Draft
JLB
JIC Red Team
Experiments/Studies
Future JFCs Academia COCOMs
Focused Outreach
JS JIC
Proposed Approach
Strategic Comms
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DOD Support to Operation Unified Response
(Haiti-Relief Effort)
  • A Brief Discussion

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OUR Logistics Hotwash
  • Date 12 March 2010
  • Time 1300 - 1700
  • Location NDU, 300 5th Avenue S.W., Fort McNair,
    VA Lincoln Hall, Bldg 64/ RM 1107
  • Participants GO/FO From the Services, PVOs,
    NGOs, and Interagency, (others as needed)
  • Purpose Focus our discussions on the U.S.
    strategic framework for response, using Haiti as
    our window into the future.  The Joint Logistics
    Strategic Center will facilitate the discussions
    and we plan to prepare and distribute an OUR
    White Paper after the hotwash.

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Haiti Hotwash Attendees
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Haiti Hotwash Attendees
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Haiti Hotwash Attendees
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Haiti Hotwash Construct
  • Discussion focused on the U.S. strategic
    framework for response, using Haiti as our window
    into the future
  • Documents relevant to the discussion were
  • Joint Operating Environment (JOE) Environment
    were expected to operate 10-15 years into the
    future
  • Capstone Concept for Joint Operations (CCJO)
  • JP 4-0 - Joint Logistics keystone doctrinal
    publication
  • Utilizing the Joint Logistics White Paper (JLWP),
    discussion focused on JLWPs solution of
  • Defining the Joint Logistics Enterprise
  • Networking the enterprise
  • Optimizing the enterprise
  • Discussion used the three integrating functions
    of
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Controlling Joint Logistics

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Task Organization
In support of the Government of Haiti ICW the
United Nations
POTUS
USARSOUTH
UN
NGOs/ PVOs
SECDEF
SECSTATE
CONUSNAVSO
MINUSTAH
OCHA Clusters
USEMB HAITI
MARFORSOUTH
JOTC
CDRUSSOUTHCOM
AFSOUTH
JFACC
Foreign Mil
SOCSOUTH
USAID/OFDA (Lead Fed Agent)
USCG District 7
OGAs
ACCE
HACC
AFFOR 24 AEG
JLC 3ESC
JTF-PO
JFSOCC Haiti
CTF-41
ARFOR
TF Falcon 2/82 BCT
PHIBRON 6
CSG -2 TF-41
CA
PSY
22 MEU
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Joint Logistics Command Task Organization
Operation Unified Response
143 128

JLC
14 11
184 105


DLA
AMC
3
(-)
X
150 130
2 1
1 0
NAVYLNO
USCGLNO



SB
7
(-)
(-)
II
II
II
II
30 30
72 59
40 48
55 55




STB
CSSB
7
10
56
530
TRMNL
(-)
I
35 31
21 19
112 101
9 7
40 36
10 10






PM
PM
153
BLOOD
PMT
408
4x LCU
7
18
97
(-)
I
I
80 65
19 20
20 26
82 72
2 2
38 33



FS


335
MLMC
TST
164
602
ASMC
6
15
259
30 33
20 12
13 13
20 20
23 25
37 50




73
PSTL
FDPMU
HMOD
502
111
492
(-)
I
I
21 18
60 56
11
46 32



PS
824
69 62
583
ACDD
358
148
(-)
I
CLT
120 150

209
119
ICTC
Strength w/ Off-ramp Projected Endstate
1,950 Haiti BOG 2,010
Inbound 11
  • 377 TSC 177 pax

J3 Plans 011200MAR2010
030300FEB10_V5.3
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OUR Command and Control Milestones (1 of 2)
Jan 19, 2010 DDOC requested by JTF
Jan 18, 2010 C2 Chart published by SOUTHCOM
Jan 19, 2010 MIPR established b/t DLA and DoS
Jan 16, 2010 DESC Sends Site Survey Team to Haiti
Jan 18, 2010 1st TRANSCOM BUB
Jan 16, 2010 COMUSARSOUTH is EA for logistics JT
Staff J4 began daily GO/FO mtg
Jan 17, 2010 USAID and SOUTHCOM begin DIRL
Jan 15, 2010 RDML Traaen- USAID LNO
Jan 16, 2010 USNS Comfort underway
Jan 14, 2010 JCASO asked to augment SOUTHCOM
Jan 15, 2010 JCASO personnel deployed to SOUTHCOM
Jan 14, 2010 DSCP Med Log Planner on site with
USNS Comfort
Jan 14, 2010 Project Code established
Jan 14, 2010 SOUTHCOM established 2 JTFs
Jan 14, 2010 DLA pushes CL I and BTW
Jan 14, 2010 DLA sent augmentees to SOUTHCOM
Jan 13, 2010 USNS COMFORT alerted
Jan 12, 2010 Haiti Earthquake
Jan 14, 2010 JFCOM issued OPORD
Jan 13, 2010 DHS states USAID is lead agency
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OUR Command and Control Milestones (2 of 2)
April 15, 2010 All DoD personnel out of Haiti
Jan 29, 2010 DST-MIGOPs disbanded
Jan 26, 2010 DST-H arrived in Haiti
Jan 28, 2010 BG Couch, DDOC CDR, arrived in Haiti
Jan 22, 2010 DST H deployed to HST AFB
Jan 24, 2010 DST-MIGOPS arrived at USARSO HQ
Jan 20, 2010 USNS COMFORT arrived PaP
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Haiti Hotwash Major Discussion Topics
  • Defining the Joint Logistics Enterprise
    Determination was made that the Enterprise should
    be defined by its required outcomes
  • Network Network must have attributes like
    inclusion, reliability, security (unclassified
    and classified), scalability that enable us to
    accomplish outcomes
  • Optimize the Enterprise Must be able to connect
    resources to requirements and more rapidly access
    and validate requirements

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Questions?
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