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WJTC 14 Agenda 30 July 2014. WJTC 14 Objectives Develop a framework for the Next Generation Training Strategy Develop a CE2T2 Assessment Model Gain concurrence.

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1 WJTC 14 Agenda 30 July 2014

2 WJTC 14 Objectives Develop a framework for the Next Generation Training Strategy Develop a CE2T2 Assessment Model Gain concurrence of FY15 J-7 support to CCMD and Service Program of Work Develop POA&M to address gap in training CCMD Joint Cyber Centers (JCCs) Educate and share lessons learned/best practices for J-7 managed programs – DCCEP – SMEB – Section 1203 – Blended Learning

3 WJTC 14 Schedule of Events Monday, 25 Aug – 1600 WJTC 14 Registration/In–Processing 1100 – 1700 JETP Process Action Team (JETP PAT) 1600 – 1630 Working Group Lead and Support Personnel Orientation Tuesday, 26 Aug – 1600 Registration/In–Processing 0800 – 0845 Plenary (Welcome / Kick-off) 0900 – 1200 Joint Exercise Scheduling, Cyberspace Training, CE2T2 Assessments WGs 1300 – 1700 Joint Exercise Scheduling, Cyberspace Training, 10 USC Sec. 2010/Sec. 1203/SMEB WGs, DoDTechSpace Familiarization (2 sessions) Wednesday, 27 Aug – 1200 Registration/In–Processing 0800 – 1200 CE2T2 Fusion Board, JTF HQ, IT&L WGs 1300 – 1700 CE2T2 Fusion Board, JTIMS, JKO WGs Thursday, 28 Aug – 1300 Plenary Session

4 JETP Process Action Team WG Lead: JS J-7/DD PMA, Ms. Denise Maurer & Mr. J.B. Miller Monday, 25 Aug 14, VTC Theater (55 seats) Summary Statement: Working group meeting of the JETP Process Action Team (PAT) to discuss JETP policy and processes. Topics include discussion of CJCSM Resources Manual, policy for using the Commercial Ticket Program, processes for JETP execution and reporting, and best practices amongst CCMDs and Services. TopicOutcome Implementation of CJCSM Discussion of new Joint Training Resources Manual / Resolve and adjudicate any critical comments if required Commercial Ticket Program (CTP) policy and procedures update Agreement on aggregated airlift vs. CTP apportionment and processes JTIMS data requirements, policy and processesPOA&M on use of STRATLIFT module, POA&M on spend plan and execution data Budget Tiger Team support updateNone, update from USTRANSCOM JOPES processes in exercise construct and executionNone (Informational) Funds execution and reporting processesPOA&M to implement improved execution and reporting TAC report reconciliation/validation techniquesAdopt/adjust best practices for TAC use CCMD/Services Best PracticeDiscuss airlift, sealift, CTP, tracking and reporting expenditures, CCMD / Service / Component coordination best practices Opportunities to link transportation requirements between exercises Reconciled schedule(s) and POA&M to implement where appropriate

5 JS J-7 Joint Exercise Scheduling WG Lead: JS J-7/DD JT, Mr. Greg Schleyer Tuesday 26 Aug 14, ECC (110 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO Summary Statement: The purpose of this working group is to review and deconflict long range schedules to optimize JS J-7 support for all CCMDs for FY15 to FY19 Joint Staff supported events. The intended audience is CCMD training representatives capable of making scheduling/ support requirement decisions for their commands. − TopicOutcome Review and deconflict long range schedules to optimize JS J-7 support for all CCMDs for FY15 to FY19 Joint Staff supported events - Scheduling Business Rules - FY15 Schedule Review - FY16 Schedule Review - FY Schedule Overview JS J7 exercise support schedule FY15-16 USTRANSCOM support to CCMD exercises USTRANSCOM support requirements reviewed and synchronized w/CCMD schedules

6 Cyberspace Training WG Lead: JS J-7/DD FJFD, Col Rigel Hinckley Tuesday 16 Aug 14, MIC (125 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? YES (Morning only) Summary Statement: The focus of the working group is training and readiness issues related to cyberspace operations command and control at the CCMD level. The desired outcome of the working group is a prioritized list of CCMD training requirements and a draft implementation plan for addressing these needs through Joint Force Development. CCMDs are requested to send Joint Cyberspace Center (JCC) representatives to support this working group and submit prioritized lists of CCMD training requirements by 15 Aug 14. ­­ TopicOutcome Address cyberspace training gaps at the CCMD Joint Cyber Centers Prioritized list of CCMD training requirements for JCCs; draft implementation plan Review of Joint Staff cyberspace training support tools (NE2S, JIOR) Awareness of support Joint Staff can provide to incorporate cyberspace operations into CCMD exercises Discussion on creating a Cyberspace Training Environment with USCYBERCOM J7 Greater understanding of cyber workforce training requirements

7 CE2T2 Assessments WG Lead: OUSD-P&R/Force Readiness & Training, Dr. Shep Barge Tuesday 26 Aug 14, VTC Theater (55 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO Summary Statement: This working group is intended for Planners and AOs who work Assessment and Performance Measure topics for their CE2T2 programs, especially those new to CE2T2. Topics covered will include how to write effective POM Performance Measures (MOEs) and a survey of our year-of-execution data collection plans. The CE2T2 Exercise 1-to-N list project and the future of CE2T2 Assessment may also be topics of discussion. TopicOutcome How to write effective POM Performance Measures (MOEs) Participants more knowledgeable about how to write an effective Performance Measure for their CE2T2 program. Survey of year-of-execution plansNone (Informational) Update on CE2 Exercise Scoring (“1-n list”) Methodology None (Informational) Future of CE2T2 AssessmentNone (Informational)

8 DoD TechSpace Familiarization WG Lead: OUSD-P&R/Force Readiness & Training, Dr. Shep Barge Tuesday 26 Aug 14, ECC Breakout Rm. #1 (25 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO­ Summary Statement: This working group is designed to lead a discussion and demonstration of an existing, fully operational, DoD-owned collaboration environment on the SIPRNet called DoDTechSpace. JAEC has piloted several efforts this year on DoDTechSpace and found it very useful for preserving knowledge, connecting people, and enhancing discussion and asynchronous collaboration. It is vital that CE2T2 move beyond the 'Reply All' for its non-live collaboration. This group will hold two identical 2-hour sessions on the afternoon of 26 August (from and again at ). Please attend either session. TopicOutcome Provide a demonstration of DoD TechSpace secure web portal Participants eager to register with DTIC and begin collaboration using DoDTechSpace “Life after in DoD”

9 2010/1203/SMEB WG Lead: JS J-7/DD PMA, Lt Col Bill Kale & Ms. Senel Snider Tuesday 26 Aug 14, ECC Breakout Rm. #2 (25 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO Summary Statement: Working group focused on new FY14 NDAA Section1203 authority and recent Section 2010 (DCCEP)/SMEB submission changes discussion will include feedback on the FY14/15 submittal call, congressional notifications, and human rights vetting policy. DCCEP / SMEB discussion will focus on process changes due to current events and political challenges. TopicOutcome FY14 NDAA Section 1203 funding authority Informational – provide / receive feedback on new 1203 submittal process Developing Country Combined Exercise Program (DCCEP) Informational – provide / receive feedback on FY15 annual call & out of cycle process Significant Military Exercise Brief (SMEB) policies Informational – provide / receive feedback on revised SMEB schedule and template

10 CE2T2 Fusion Board WG Lead: JS J-7/DD PMA, Ms. Denise Maurer Wednesday 27 Aug, MIC (125 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO (Participation by Invite Only) Summary Statement: The CE2T2 Fusion Board is comprised of primary and alternate stakeholders from each Combatant Command, the Services, ODASD (Readiness), and JS J-7. Stakeholders will engage in discussions regarding several ongoing strategic level efforts that include the CE2T2 governance, assessments and the next generation training strategy. Stakeholders will also receive updates on other ongoing studies or collaborations that may impact the future of the enterprise. This is a closed session. TopicOutcome CE2T2 AssessmentPOA&M / Way Ahead Revised Next Generation Training StrategyPOA&M / Way Ahead JLVC and JTEA updateNone (Informational) CE2T2 and the Defense Transportation System (USTRANSCOM) Group understanding of USTRANSCOM policies/business model Exercise prioritization and application (“1-n” list)Understand prioritization methodology and potential future use JAEC Modeling and Simulation studyNone (Informational) IRON CRUCIBLE 14 and Cross-CCMD joint trainingIncreased understanding of IC14 outcomes and application to future CCMD exercises DDJT Review of operational insights observed during CCMD exercises None (Informational)

11 Joint Task Force Headquarters (JTF HQ) WG Lead: JS J-7/DD JT, Col Bryan Runkle Wednesday, 27 Aug 14, ECC (110 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO Summary Statement: The JTF HQ Training and Readiness Working Group will discuss various approaches, insights, and planning considerations for CCMD, Service, and SECDEF-directed readiness training and sustainment of JTF HQs. Speakers will provide current overviews of various approaches to establishing JTF HQ requirements and training. Discussions will inform participants on the listed topics while helping to identify JTF HQ training and readiness requirements. TopicOutcome CCMDs share approaches to setting operational readiness requirements for JTF HQs (or preferred C2 option for joint forces), as well as approaches to achieving and maintaining readiness requirements. - Stakeholder agreement on Way Ahead for JS J7 JTF-capable HQ training. - An awareness of JTF HQ training and readiness requirements. Best Practices and personal insights gained from recent real-world JTF operations (implications for training) Methodology used by JS J7 to achieve and sustain required readiness levels for a specific JTF HQ An approach to prepare HQs that Services have identified to gain proficiency in performing as a JTF HQ Army presentation on creating a JTF Capable training capabilityNone (Informational)

12 Individual Training and Learning (ITL) WG Lead: JS J-7/DD JT, Dr. David Fautua Wednesday, 27 Aug 14, VTC Theater (55 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? YES Summary Statement: Gain an understanding on how to plan for and schedule Continuum of Learning / Blended Learning into CCMD training activities; facilitate an exchange among trainers who are dealing with unique training issues and how they are trying to resolve them; determine what help they may need (from Joint Staff or other CCMDs); suggestions for our collective way-ahead. TopicOutcome Panel #1: CCMD Blended Learning & Training Perspectives/Challenges (USTRANSCOM, USAFRICOM) Stakeholder discussions to share best practices; receive updates on CCMD training programs Panel #2: CCMD Blended Learning & Training Perspectives (USPACOM, USNORTHCOM) Facilitated/Open discussion (Women, Peace & Security; Joint Officer Handbook; BLTS for Cross-CCMD staff actions; Adaptive Battle Staffs; 300-level courses/website; Way ahead CCMD Blended Learning requirements and FY15 training schedules

13 JTIMS WG Lead: JS J-7/DD PMA, DD JT, LTC Brian Hittner and Mr. Gregg Martin Wednesday 27 Aug 14, VTC Theater (55 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? NO Summary Statement: Working group focused on the policies dictating the use of JTIMS to include using JTIMS to implement the Joint Training System. JTIMS Program and Requirements Management will also be review with allotted time for user discussion and program feedback. TopicOutcome JTIMS Program ManagementUpdate on future program development, budget, and integration into JTEA JTIMS Business RulesDetailed discussion of using JTIMS to implement the Joint Training System from building Joint Training Plans to developing exercises to working with training assessments JTIMS Requirements ManagementDiscussion of current JTIMS requirements (including user requirements) to prioritize future JTIMS development efforts Use of JTIMS Lite/embedded JTIMS JMSEL Tool Greater understanding of JTIMS Lite capabilities

14 Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) WG Lead: JS J-7/DD JT, Mr. Joe Camacho Wednesday, 27 Aug 14, ECC (110 seats) Open to Coalition/FLOs? YES Summary Statement: Provide a forum for JKO Stakeholders (CCMDs, Services, CSAs, NGB, NDU, OSD (P&R)) to discuss and resolve significant web-based individual training challenges. Primary objective of the WG will be to gain consensus of FY15 JKO program resource allocation execution strategy and to begin collaboration on FY16 Joint web-based individual training priorities. TopicOutcome Review of JKO Business RulesNone (Informational) FY15 Resource Allocation StrategyNone (Informational)

15 WJTC 14 Plenary Session : ­Select WG out briefs − Exercise Scheduling / 2010/1203/SMEB / JTIMS / JTF-HQ / Cyberspace Training / CE2T2 Fusion Board ­ : US and NATO Assurance (JS J-7, Mr. Abahazy and USEUCOM J-7, Lt Col Hook) : BREAK : USSTRATCOM JCOA Study Review (USSTRATCOM J-7, Mr. McVay) ­­ : Army update on Regionally Aligned Forces (G3/5/7, MAJ Gregory) ­ : Closing Remarks (JS J-7/Col Russell) : BREAK and reconvene with US Personnel ONLY : J-7 Actions in Response to Comprehensive Joint Assessment (JS J-7/DAG, Ms. Baldino) (SECRET/NOFORN) : JNWC GYPSY Initiative (JNWC Dir., Mr. Greenlee) (SECRET/NOFORN) Thursday, 28 August,


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