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CENTCOM Command Control Knowledge Management

CENTCOM Command Control Knowledge Management

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SECRET//REL TO USA, FVEY
 
U.S. Central CommandAssessment TeamAnnex ICommand and ControlKnowledge Management
February 2009 
 
Classified by: Maj Gen Robert R. Allardice,Director, Strategy, Plans and Policy, USCENTCOMReason: 1.4a,c,d,eDeclassify on: 15 February 2034
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Document Approved forRelease by US CentralCommand. See FOIA #11-0170.
 
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ANNEX I: COMMAND AND CONTROL AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENTTABLE OF CONTENTS
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY....................................................................................................32. PURPOSE, SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY.......................................................................63. SUMMARY OF THE SITUATION ASSESSMENT............................................................74. PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS...............................................................................................95. STRATEGIC GOALS............................................................................................................96. OVERALL CONCEPT OF INTEGRATION......................................................................127. LINES OF EFFORT.............................................................................................................138. IMPLEMENTATION TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES...............................................179. APPENDICES......................................................................................................................22APPENDIX 1: GLOSSARY.....................................................................................................24APPENDIX 2: AFGHANISTAN C2-KM ANALYSIS............................................................27APPENDIX 3: ARABIAN PENINSULA C2-KM ENGAGEMENT.......................................84APPENDIX 4: C2-KM SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION................................................87APPENDIX 5: C2-KM SITUATIONAL ASSESSMENT........................................................97APPENDIX 6: LIST OF REFERENCES................................................................................187
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ANNEX I: COMMAND AND CONTROL AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY(U)
 
Command and Control- Knowledge Management (C2-KM)
– This report establishes acommon understanding of C2-KM challenges within the USCENTCOM Area of Responsibility (AOR)and recommends actions designed to strengthen unified action while clarifying roles andresponsibilities among U.S. Government (USG) agencies, key allies, international organizations andthe Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA). The report addresses Courses of Action (COAs) designed to optimize Political-Civilian-Military/Military Command and Controlrelationships within the USG and across the international community. Additionally, the report providesother C2-KM recommendations to improve synchronization, collaboration and information sharingthroughout the USCENTCOM AOR.
(U)
 
The Nature of the C2-KM Problem.
 
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C2-KM Key Findings.
(U) Following is a summary of key findings resulting from the C2 KM Assessment:
 
(U) Strong U.S. leadership in the AOR must be applied in ways that simultaneouslyenhance U.S. unilateral performance and sustaining unity of effort among the internationalcommunity.
 
(U) Stronger ties are required between U.S. and multinational Political-Civilian-Militarycoordination efforts using traditional Military Command and Control processes to increaseAOR unity of effort.
 
(U) Afghanistan-Pakistan unity of effort is hampered by a lack of an integratedinternational community approach for political, civilian and military activity.
 
(U) U.S. policies and strategies for Pakistan and India are not well coordinated with theexisting policies and strategies for Afghanistan.
 
(U) Unregulated competition between elements of the USG adversely affects the level of successful engagement with Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
 
(U) There are insufficient U.S. policy directives for:
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