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US Army Combined Arms Center – intellectual center of the army

Current Force

Future Force

Transition

DoD Budgetary Process and Policy

Execution/Budget

FY 08/FY09

Future Years

Defense Plan

FY 10/FY15

Future  Concepts

2016 - 2024

Public Sector Business Strategy Cycle

Current

Futuree

0 – 18 Mos

18 – 36 Mos

Traditional: a complete/ detailed DOTMLPF approach for a general solution for the entire Army

Capability Development Rapid Transition (CDRT): [Rapid Equipping]: a timely/rapid solution focused on the needs of a                

                                                                                                                     specific unit or theater

Delivery time to field:

3-6 Months

1

2

3

4

1.

Troops identify capability

2.

REF field team evaluates

3.

Money taken from operational or program accounts

4.

Solution developed

JCIDS Process

Delivery time to field:

5-7 Years

3

4

1

2

5

6

1: Capability

Identified

2: TRADOC

Evaluates /

Documents

solution

3: Pentagon

Evaluates

4: DoD/Army

Aquisition

Executive

Approves

5: PPBE

resources

6: Solution

Developed

Capability Development & Process Timelines

Spiral Development: process to where desired capability identified but the end state requirements not known.  Updated and revalidated on a schedule using risk management.

3

4

1

2

5

6

Incremental Development: process to where desired capability identified, an end state is known.  Requirement met by developing several increments, each dependent  on available mature technology.

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