Implementation actions for improving Air Force command and control through enhanced agile combat support planning, execution, monitoring, and control processes

"The focus of this analysis is on how enhanced ACS processes can be implemented and integrated into the Air Force and Joint command and control (C2) enterprise. Using the vision for enhanced C2 provided in the updated architecture developed as a companion piece to this analysis, we identify and...

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Main Authors: Lynch, Kristin F., Drew, John G. (Author), Tripp, Robert S. (Author), Romano, Daniel M. (Author)
Corporate Author: Project Air Force (U.S.)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, CA RAND Corporation [2014]©2014, 2014
Series:Technical report
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Collection: JSTOR Open Access Books - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:"The focus of this analysis is on how enhanced ACS processes can be implemented and integrated into the Air Force and Joint command and control (C2) enterprise. Using the vision for enhanced C2 provided in the updated architecture developed as a companion piece to this analysis, we identify and describe where shortfalls or major gaps exist between current ACS processes (the AS-IS) and the vision for integrating enhanced ACS processes into Air Force C2 (the TO-BE). We evaluate C2 nodes from the level of the President and Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) to the units and sources of supply. We also evaluate these nodes across the operational phases, from readiness preparation through planning, deployment, employment, sustainment, and reconstitution."--Provided by publisher
Item Description:"Research report.". - "Contract no. FA7014-06-C-0001"--Title page verso. - "Prepared for the United States Air Force, approved for public release; distribution unlimited.". - "RR-259-AF"--Page 4 of cover
Physical Description:xxiv, 58 pages color illustrations
ISBN:0833081411
9780833081414