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1 NATO UNCLASSIFIED Building Up Defense Capabilities MG Jerzy BIZIEWSKI DCOS PLANS SHAPE 1

2 AGENDA  NATO Defence Planning Process (NDPP) Overview:  NATO Defense Planning Model;  NATO Defense Planning Process: Step 1. Political Guidance; Step 2. Determine Requirements; Step 3. Apportion Requirements and Set Targets; Step 4. Facilitate Implementation; Step 5. Review Results.  NDPP Enhancement.  Questions. NATO UNCLASSIFIED 2

3 3 NATO Defence Planning Model Establish Political Guidance Determine Requirements Apportion Requirements Set Targets Facilitate Implementation Review Results Improving Alliance Capabilities 5 steps, 4-year cycle  Provide the Operational Commander with continuously improved capabilities that are more tailored and more capable to meet the Alliance’s evolving missions, roles, and tasks NATO UNCLASSIFIED

4 4 NATO Defense Planning Process first draft Step 1 Establish Political Guidance Step 2 Determine Requirements Step 3 Apportion Requirements and Set Targets Step 4 Facilitate Implementation Step 5 Review Results NATO Political Guidance (reviewed at least every four years) NATO Political Guidance (reviewed at least every four years) NATO Level of Ambition (LOA) Phase 1: Analyse/ Interpret High Level Guidance Phase 1: Analyse/ Interpret High Level Guidance Phase 3: Requirements determination Phase 3: Requirements determination Phase 4: Integrated Cross-check of identified MCR Phase 4: Integrated Cross-check of identified MCR Phase 5: Gap analysis Phase 5: Gap analysis NATO Strategic Concept NATO Strategic Concept MC Supplementary Guidance (MC400, CRR, PSA, SRA) MC Supplementary Guidance (MC400, CRR, PSA, SRA) Phase 2: Capture Future Security Environment Phase 2: Capture Future Security Environment NATO and nations existing & planned capabilities Minimum Capability Requirements (MCR) determination Interoperability, Standardisation and Jointness Compare MCR with existing & planned capabilities Capability surplus Phase 6: Shortfalls prioritisation Phase 6: Shortfalls prioritisation Capability Shortfalls Risk Analysis National NATO Multinational Develop Targets and apportion Reasonable challenge Priority Shortfall Areas (PSA) Capability Requirements Review (CRR) (every four years) Determine Capability Shortfall solutions National – Multinational Implementation NATO Implementation Common-funded Targets Support Capability Review (every two years) Progress Report NATO Targets Ultimate Goal of NDPP: facilitate the timely identification, development and delivery of the necessary range of forces, as well as associated military and non- military capabilities, to undertake the Alliance’s full spectrum of missions FORCE GENERATION Burden Sharing operations Lessons Learned Operations Alignment short-mid- long term requirements DPST further develop DPPC(R) NAC DPC NPG submits Ministers Head of State and Gov approveendorse NATO agreed Intelligence MC161 NATO agreed Intelligence MC161 Future Trends ACT leads ACO supports Planning domains (Bi-SC document) MC Mission Types (MT) & Generic Planning Situations (GPS) Mission Types (MT) & Generic Planning Situations (GPS) Guiding Principles (GP) & Planning Assumptions (PA) Guiding Principles (GP) & Planning Assumptions (PA) DPST DPPC(R) Capabilities to be maintained presents notes Synopsis of MCR including PSA MC (every four years) DPST notes develops targets DPST develops preliminary solutions SCs lead DPPC(R) approves Reinvestment targets (Reinvestment targets) Meetings with nations Draft packages DPST SCs lead Multilateral Examinations (28-1) Associated Risk RPPB review & report DPPC(R) NAC DPC NPG Ministers prepares submits adopt DPPC(R) decides by exception DPST Identifies actions Monitor Facilitate DPPC(R) develops and approves RPPB reports Nations NATO Capability Survey reply Summary report and Risk Assessment Agreed Targets CUR LL (Bi-SC recommendation) SHAPE CPP-CAM-FCR POC: CDR Manso. Version 2 (February 2011) Dialogue with Planning Domains References: 1.PO(2009)0042, Outline Model for a NATO Defence Planning Process, 02 Apr 09 2.PO(2009)0079, Implementation and Transition Plan – NDPP, 10 Jun 09. 3.DSG(2009)0858, 8 Oct 09 4.Overhaul of the DRR working papers and presentations IS leads (Bi-SC document) SCs supports (including STANAGS, AP’s) BLOCK 1:ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS BLOCK 2: REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS BLOCK 3: REQUIREMENTS ASSESSMENT MTD*, CS, CHF, CAL, CC & CS * Acronyms: - MTD: Mission to Task Decomposition - CS: Case Studies - CHF: Capability Hierarchy Framework - CAL: Capability Assignment Logic - CC & CS: Capability Codes and Capability Statements Country’s draft assessments Meeting with nations Conduct NATO Capability Review DPST IS leads produces ACO leads ACT supports Bi-SC Suitability & Risk Assessment (Bi-SC document) DPPC(R) Multilateral Meetings (28- 1) reviews and approves MC produces MC Suitability & Risk Assessment DPPC(R) prepares NAC DPC NPG Ministers submits NATO Capabilities Report endorse develops NATO Capabilities Progress Update endorse (intermediate years) IMS leads NATO UNCLASSIFIED Step 1 Establish Political Guidance Step 2 Determine Requirements Step 3 Apportion Requirements and Set Targets Step 4 Facilitate Implementation Step 5 Review Results

5 5 STEP 1 – ESTABLISH POLITICAL GUIDANCE NATO STRATEGIC CONCEPT POLITICAL GUIDANCE MILITARY COMMITTEE SUPLEMENTARY GUIDANCE LoA [International Staff lead] NATO UNCLASSIFIED

6 6 STEP 2 – Determine Requirements HIGH LEVEL GUIDANCE FUTURE SECURITY ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS DETERMINATION GAP ANALYSIS SHORTFALLS PRIORITISATION CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS REVIEW Planning Assumptions Planning Situations Minimum Capability Requirements Shortfalls, Surplus, To be maintained Bi-SC Priority Shortfall Areas [ACT IN THE LEAD, ACO SUPPORTING] NATO UNCLASSIFIED

7 7 STEP 3 – Apportion of Requirements, Set Targets DETERMINE SOLUTIONS DEVELOP TARGETS APPORTION TARGETS - National - NATO - Multinational RISK ASSESSMENT [IS IN THE LEAD] NATO UNCLASSIFIED

8 8 STEP 4 – Facilitate Implementations Out of Cycle STEP. NATO Initiatives: –Smart Defense –Framework Nation Concept –Connected Forces Initiative –Multinational Initiatives. NATO UNCLASSIFIED

9 9 STEP 5 – Review Results (every two years) DEFENCE PLANNING CAPABILITY SURVEY COUNTRY ASSESSMENT BI-LATERAL / MULTILATERAL MEETINGS CAPABILITY REVIEW CAPABILITIES REPORT MC SUITABILITY AND RISK ASSESSMENT IS in the lead ACO in the lead IS in the lead NATO UNCLASSIFIED

10 NDPP ENHANCEMENT NDPP First Cycle weaknesses: –Harmonization; –Inflexibility; –Complexity. Enhancing initiatives for all 5 steps of the process IS is leading the overall E-NDPP package SCs Tasking for STEP 2: –simple, less time consuming, adaptable; –analytical rigor, traceability and transparency are not compromised; –Allies to be able to assess the key elements of the process, through better understanding and visibility of its conduct. 10 NATO UNCLASSIFIED

11 STEP 2 – Determine Requirements. Enhance linkage between Operations and Defence Planning. Short and Medium term. Long term: set via a NATO vision i.e. NATO 2030. Threat vs capability based approach. 11 NATO UNCLASSIFIED SPECIFIC GENERIC STMTLT 20192024 2030 Time & Space; Resources Allocation; Tasks; Acquisition; ……… 11

12 NATO UNCLASSIFIED 12 Questions? Thank you


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