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An Assessment of The Department of Defense Strategy for Operating In Cyberspace By Thomas M. Chen et al.
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In July 2011, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) issued the DoD Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace, which outlines five strategic initiatives: 1) Treat cyberspace as another operational domain;... More > 2) Employ new defense operating concepts to pro¬tect DoD networks; 3) Partner with other U.S. government agencies and the private sector; 4) Build relationships with U.S. allies and interna¬tional partners to strengthen cyber security; and, 5). Leverage the national intellect and capabilities through cyber workforce training and rapid techno¬logical innovation. First , the monograph explores the evolution of cyberspace strategy through a series of government publications leading up to the DoD Strategy for Operating in Cyber¬space. It is seen that, although each strategy has differ¬ent emphases on ideas, some major themes recur. Second, each strategic initiative is elaborated and critiqued in terms of significance, novelty, and practicality. Third, the monograph critiques the DoD Strategy as a whole.< Less
Contractors On Deployed Military Operations: United Kingdom Policy And Doctrine By Matthew Uttley & Strategic Studies Institute
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Department of Defense (DoD) initiatives to use contractors on deployed military operations remains a contentious issue in U.S. military transformation. Despite the intense debates surrounding the... More > benefits and costs of DoD outsourcing, little attention has focussed on similar Ministry of Defence (MoD) initiatives underway in the United Kingdom (UK). Since the UK and United States are likely to remain close allies in future expeditionary deployments, the MoD’s approach to contractor support is a salient case study for the DoD and U.S. armed services. This monograph, by Professor Matthew Uttley, examines the controversies surrounding deployed contractor support, the ways that the MoD has harnessed private sector capacity, and the lessons this provides for U.S. policymakers and military planners. In doing so, the author provides important insights into a significant theme in contemporary defense and security policy.< Less
Toward a Risk Management Defense Strategy [Enlarged Edition] By Nathan Freier & Strategic Studies Institute
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This monograph offers key considerations for DoD as it works through the on-going defense review. The author outlines eight principles for a risk management defense strategy. He argues that these... More > principles provide “measures of merit” for evaluating the new administration’s defense choices. This monograph builds on two previous works—Known Unknowns: Unconventional “Strategic Shocks” in Defense Strategy Development and The New Balance: Limited Armed Stabilization and the Future of U.S. Landpower. Combined, these three works offer key insights on the most appropriate DoD responses to increasingly “unconventional” defense and national security conditions. This work in particular provides DoD leaders food for thought, as they balance mounting defense demands and declining defense resources.< Less
National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) By Department of Defense
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As required by Executive Order 12829 and under the authority of DoD Directive 5220.22, “National Industrial Security Program (NISP),” September 27, 2004, this Manual reissues DoD... More > 5220.22-M, “National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM),” January 1995 (hereby canceled). It provides baseline standards for the protection of classified information released or disclosed to industry in connection with classified contracts under the NISP. This Manual cancels DoD 5220.22-S-1, “COMSEC Supplement to the Industrial Security Manual for Safeguarding Classified Information,” August 1983. Users of the NISPOM are encouraged to submit recommended changes through their Cognizant Security Agency to the designated representative of the Secretary of Defense in his capacity as the Executive Agent for the NISP pursuant to Presidential guidance...< Less
Defense Logistics: Efforts to Improve Distribution and Supply Support for Joint Military Operations Could Benefit from a Coordinated Management Approach By United States Government Accountability Office
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To assess DOD’s approach to managing joint theater logistics, we identified sound management principles based on prior work on organizational transformation and federal agency implementation of... More > the Government Performance and Results Act.6 We reviewed doctrine, regulations, guidance, plans, briefings, status reports, and other documents related to the development of joint theater logistics, logistics strategic planning, and supply chain management, to include reports by various audit and non-audit organizations that have assessed DOD’s logistics operations. We also interviewed officials from the Joint Staff and the Office of the Secretary of Defense who are involved with joint theater logistics and logistics transformation. To assess DOD’s progress in implementing joint theater logistics initiatives, we visited the five geographic combatant commands, the subordinate unified command in Korea, military service component commands in three theaters, and operational units in Germany, Korea, and Kuwait.< Less
Enterprise Asset Management in the Department of Defense By Dan Appleton
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This booklet discusses the paradigm shift occurring in the management doctrine of the Department of Defense. The shift is from the classical "job shop" management paradigm to a more agile... More > "mass customization" management paradigm, the latter being required in response to an increasingly dangerous world in which the DOD must "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee."< Less
Enterprise Asset Management in the Department of Defense By Dan Appleton
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This booklet discusses the paradigm shift occurring in the management doctrine of the Department of Defense. The shift is from the classical "job shop" management paradigm to a more agile... More > "mass customization" management paradigm, the latter being required in response to an increasingly dangerous world in which the DOD must "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee."< Less
An Engineer's Odyssey By Greg Koch
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The story of a practicing professional engineer who found his career very challenging and wants to share his memories. It's about NASA and DoD programs covering an Air Force classified Black... More > Project, a NASA program in Australia and a massive NASA Satellite Station in the White Sands Missile Range. Come share it with me.< Less
An Engineer's Odyssey By Greg Koch
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The story of a practicing professional engineer who found his career very challenging and wants to share his memories. It's about NASA and DoD programs covering an Air Force classified Black... More > Project, a NASA program in Australia and a massive NASA Satellite Station in the White Sands Missile Range. Come share it with me.< Less
The Army And Defense Resource Allocation: The Bronze Medal Ain’t Good Enough In A Three-Man Race By Tim Flanagan & Strategic Studies Institute
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This paper examines the current state of the Army’s funding in relation to its needs as well as in relation to its historical proportion of the Department of Defense (DoD) budget. DoD has... More > traditionally allocated the Army approximately a quarter of the overall DoD budget, while the Navy and Air Force have received greater than 30 percent. These figures are roughly the same whether looking at the Reagan, Clinton, or either of the Bush Presidencies. Despite the heavy lifting done by the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Fiscal Year (FY) 2007 Budget request had the Army getting about 25 percent while the Navy and Air Force receive slightly less than 30 percent each. The FY2008 request submitted to Congress in February 2007 moved that mark to 27 percent for the Army, 28 percent for the Air Force, 29 percent for the Navy/Marine Corps, and 16 percent for other DoD programs. These overall percentages do not vary by more than 2 percent of the historical average over the last 30 years.< Less

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