Presentation on theme: "The 8 Essential Functions CJ-7 Training and Exercises (TREX)"— Presentation transcript:
1 The 8 Essential Functions CJ-7 Training and Exercises (TREX) Good morning.I would like to provide you with a brief overview of the CAAT – what we do and how we do it.Revised TO:AD know who we are .AD know what the program will be.AD know what support we can deliver.AD know Aim and endstate of the ICAT5. AD know how to contact us.
2 Content The 8 EF’s 2. Alignment EF’s with ASI/ANSF 3. Process Maps (know what are they and why were they developed)2. Alignment EF’s with ASI/ANSF(know it is not an isolated CF-system)3. Process Maps(know what they look like)
3 BackgroundSecurity Force Assistance (SFA) matured from 5 Functional Pillars (FPs) to 8 Essential Functions (EFs);5 Pillars too tactically focused (fight the war)8 Essential Functions necessary to (sustain the ANSF)EFs integrate ministerial, institutional, & fielded force levelsAchieve ASI/ANSF sustainabilityFocus GIRoA/CF problem-solvingMaintain IC supportEnable ASI/ANSF to fight insurgencyEnable withdrawal of CF
4 OPPLAN CONOPSThe 8EF are Afghan system focus areas. These functions are interdependent and, taken as a whole, contribute to Afghan sustainability. They span across all levels of conflict, from the tactical to the strategic.Each Essential Function consists of Afghan systems, processes, and organizations necessary to implement the Function. These systems, processes, and organization have friction points, which prevent efficient flow of information and resources.Advisors focus on influencing these processes; however advisors should not directly impact the process. Afghan sustainability must evolve in a way that allows for enduring progress.
5 From 5 Pillars to 8 Essential Functions EF 1 PPBEEF 4 Force GenEF 5 SustainmentEF 6 ESCEF 2 TAOEF 7 IntelligenceC2LeadershipCAI / ILSTrainingSustainmentEF 3 CivGov/RoLEF 8 StratCommThe processes found in the 5 Functional Pillars were re-assigned to the 8 Essential FunctionsNATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
6 The 8 Essential Functions The 8 Essential Functions provide the framework and desired outcomes in target areas to achieve Afghan sustainability. Each EF contains a series of Afghan processes with tactical, operational, and strategic characteristic, all of which may have interactions across other EFs. This multi-echelon level of advising and cross-functional coordination allows analysis of Afghan process issues through multiple lenses.NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
7 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED Essential Functions 1 - 4IC SUPPORTPlan, Program, Budget and Execute; generate requirements, develop a resource informed budget and execute a spend plan. (PPBE) Internal controls to assure Transparency, Accountability, and Oversight. (TAO) Civilian governance of the ASI, including adherence to the Rule of Law. (ROL) Force Generate; recruit, train, retain, manage and develop a professional ANSF. (FORGEN)NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
8 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED Essential Functions 5 - 8FACILITATESustain the force through effective facilities management, maintenance, medical, and logistics systems. (SUSTAIN) Plan, resource and execute effective security campaigns and operations. (ESC) Sufficient Intelligence capabilities and processes. (INTEL) Maintain internal and external Strategic Communication capabilities. (STRAT COMM)AIMENABLENATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
9 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED 2. Alignment with ASI/ANSF prioritiesNATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
10 2. EF alignment with MOD / MOI MINDEF PrioritiesWin the current fightLong-term sustainment of the ForceFacilitate a peaceful political transitionClose the capability GapsDevelop border security strategyDevelop leaders / Educate the forceImplement viable counter-corruption programStrengthen institutional capacityIndividual and collective training at the unit levelBudget Development and ExecutionEssential Function PrioritiesESSENTIAL FUNCTION 21 ISAF identify ASI/ANSF individual(s) responsible for TAO, individuals responsible for development and/or compliance with internal controls, oversight organizations and their authorities; Ministers review/approve/advocate for current or new authorizations for oversight organizations2 MoI/MoD establish an empowered Ministerial Internal Controls Program (MICP). Focus on unit readiness, effectiveness, review of controls. Reports inform IC for Chicago/TMAF/Commitment Letter compliance3 ASI/ANSF leaders conduct a review of critical financial & non-financial processes, assess current controls; Implement a plan to strengthen or establish new controlsESSENTIAL FUNCTION 31 Monitor, report, investigate and adjudicate allegations of GVHR and EJV/EJK; internal disciplinary matters2 Use of ANSF internal disciplinary procedures to investigate and adjudicate violations3 Encourage institutionalization and effectuation of professionalization training (including on new laws), to facilitate coordination and communication between ANSF and Rule of Law actors, and to establish effective and transparent criminal and disciplinary systems.ESSENTIAL FUNCTION 41 Support ANA clarification of the roles, C2, structure, resourcing (including training gap analysis) and relationship of Corps Training Kandaks and Branch Schools.2 TED COMD established/define roles/ responsibilities of training & education enterprise leadership3 Strengthen TGC C2 over ANP training enterprise4 Educate ANA about strategic management capability of AHRIMS & build confidence in automated personnel processesESSENTIAL FUNCTION 8Sustain Security News Desk capabilitySustain School of Public AffairsSustain AIDO capabilityTrain ANA leaders on IO capabilitiesSustain GMIC capacityMININT PrioritiesPost Election SecurityHighway & Convoy SecurityProvincial SecurityBudget Execution & DevelopmentMinisterial / Political TransitionFight against CorruptionLogistics and SustainmentInter-ministerial Security CoordinationInternational StandardsProfessionalization of MoI
11 2. PRIORITIES FOR MoI/MoD Example as of : 12 Aug 2014MoI as at 12 Aug 14MoD as at 17 Jul 14PriorityMINDEF PrioritiesOPR1. CloseWin the current fight – defeat the insurgencyEF 62. DeepLong-term sustainment of the forceEF 53. DeepFacilitate a peaceful political transitionEF 34. CloseClose the capability gapsEF 4/65. CloseDevelop border security strategy6. DeepDevelop leaders / educate the forceEF 47. DeepImplement viable counter-corruption programEF 2/38. DeepStrengthen institutional capacityN/A9. CloseIndividual and collective training at the unit levelPrioritiesCoGS PrioritiesOPR1. CloseSustained security operationsEF 62. CloseANA support to movement of election materials3. CloseInauguration SecurityPrioritiesCoGS PrioritiesOPR4. DeepBase transition and securityEF 55. CloseAddressing capability gapsEF 4,66. CloseSustaining current capabilities – logistics, maintenance, supplyNATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
12 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED 3. Process MapsMaybe western visualization of Afghan process but:Are being made by former advisors ICCW Afghan counterpartsVisualize extensive advisor effortsAre the best tool available to investigate and solve problemsAre the means to minimize patronage/regional influence on Afghan systemsAre essential for nation buildingAre essential to achieve sustaining ANSFANNEX B in Guide!NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
13 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED EF 4 Force GenerationB 15 Process MapNATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
14 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED EF 5 Force SustainmentB 19 Process MapNATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED
15 NATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED ReferencesTerms of Reference for Operationalizing Functionally-Based Security Force AssistanceOperationalization of Functionally Based Security Force Assistance Handbook v 1.1FRAGO Operationalization of FB-SFARS Security Force Assistance Guide 3.0 SC/FBSFA%20Rollout%20-%20Jul2014/ SFA%203.0%20Final%20v2.pdfSFA Centre PortalSFA Collaboration SiteCAAT PortalNATO/ISAF UNCLASSIFIED