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Captain (Turkish Navy) Nejat Atilla Demirhan Branch Head, Futures & Engagement JEEA, HQ SACT1

Who are we? CD&E Overview Role in Transformation Capability Development and CD&E

ACTs Comprehensive Campaign Plan ACT and Nations Interaction in CD&E CD&E Coordination and Engagement Recent-Ongoing Work Summary - Way Ahead2

Who are we?NATOHeadquarters

Civil

Military SACT (HQ SACT)

SACEUR ACT Staff Element Europe NURC

JWC

JFTC

JFTC/JALLC

JALLC

HQ Support Staff

STRE

Transformation Capabilities Strategic Concepts, Policy & Interoperability (SCPI) Defense Planning Implementation C4I

Transformation Support

Resources & Logistics

Joint Education & Training (JET) Joint Experimentation, Exercises & Assessments (JEEA) Exercises Operational Experimentation Futures & Engagement

C4

Resources

INTEL

Logistics

Future Capabilities, Research & Technology (FCRT)

Operational Concept Development

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TransformationA continuous and pro-active process of prodeveloping and integrating innovative concepts, doctrine and capabilities in order to improve the effectiveness and interoperability of NATO and Partner forces, as appropriate.

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Transformation. How?

Leverage Best Practices

Shape Interoperability Standards

Guide New Development

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Capability DefinitionCapability: The ability to execute a specified course of action or achieve a certain effect.MORE THAN JUST PIECE OF HARDWARE

Within the transformational arena, the definition expands to include one or more of the DOTMLPFI components.DOTMLPFI Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities, Interoperability

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CD&E OverviewElements of Transformation

Transformational Goals

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CD&E OverviewCD&E = Engine for Transformation CD&E exposes:Theoretical concepts Organizational constructs -not just kit Untested technologies

Provides a pathway for new idea development Provides correction of focus - experimentation Promotes collaboration amongst the Allies8

Strategic Guidance

CD&E Input into Capability Development

Analysis of strategic environment Secondary Sphere of Influence for CD&E

Identify capability needs

Specify unfulfilled capability requirements

Conduct Gap analysis and fulfillment

Identify and select solutions

Primary Sphere of Influence for CD&E

Conduct implementation9

ACTs Comprehensive Campaign Plan (CCPlan) Evolved from CD&E CPlan Capability deliverable focus Ties CD&E and other Transformation tools Repository of all CD&E activities (and R&D, NURC, Training etc) MCM-0113-2008 (CCPlan 09-11)10

NATO CD&E Key relationshipsAllied Command Operations Alliance Nations

U.S. Joint Forces Command

Industry

NATO Research & Technology

Centres of Excellence NATO/PfP Education and Training Network11

CD&E Coordination and Engagement

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CD&E Coordination and EngagementProgramme, ProcessAnnual Calling Letters: Requests for inputs for programme +15 months development MCWG (Cap): Formal and informal staffing during CCP development process CD&E WG NAG

MC:Approves CD and EPOW (as part of CCP)CCP

MBC:Approves CCP budget CD&E WG-2

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep Oct

Nov Dec

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CD&E Calling LettersACT (incl JJJs): (incl

For the first time 3 CD&E CALLING

concept proposals and experiment proposals

Nations:

LETTERS

concept proposals and associated experiments, oversight of national programs of relevance to the CCPlan

ACO:

(Operational view) concept proposals and associated experiments

Calling letters are to identify synergy areas

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CD&E Coordination and EngagementProgramme, ProcessAnnual Calling Letters: Requests for inputs for programme +15 months development MCWG (Cap): Formal and informal staffing during CCP development process CD&E WG NAG

MC:Approves CD and EPOW (as part of CCP)CCP

MBC:Approves CCP budget CD&E WG-2

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep OctCD&E Conference

Nov Dec

PfP CD&E Workshop

CD&E Course

Engagement

Engagements with NATO & Partner Nations and NATO Organisations15

CD&E Coordination and Engagement CD&E Programme CoordinationCD&E Portion of CCPLAN and ACT Report

CD&E Engagement(MC, IMS, ACO, Nations, Org.s)First Regular CD&E Orientation CourseOberammergau, December 2008

CD&E Calling Letters

CD&E PfP W/S

NATO CD&E NEWSLETTER

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CDEMS

NATO Secret WAN: http://CDEMS.act.nato.int17

CDEMS

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CD&E Conference

Annual Event (Since 2001): Oslo, Warsaw, Prague, Calgary, Berlin, Athens,Istanbul, Oslo (2009 - Italy)

Co-sponsored by USJFCOM and ACT. Hosted by a NATO Nation Attendees: Focused at working Level (MG and below or Civilian Equivalent)from NATO nations/org.s, PfP nations, nations partnering with USJFCOM/J9

Conference Structure:- 2 days main conference - 1 day pre-conference, 1 day post-conference19

CD&E Course

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CD&E Activities for Partners2009 CD&E Course II: Opened to Partners? (PfP, MD, ICI) CD&E Conference CD&E PfP Workshop

Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Engagements with Partner Nations

2008 2007 2006 2005

GEORGIA, FINLAND, MACEDONIA, CROATIA

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NATO CD&E NEWSLETTERInside This Issue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Editorial CD&E Course, Oberammergau CFC/CMO CD&E WG, Virginia Beach NAG Meeting, Strausberg Multiple Futures Project CDEMS Update PfP CD&E WS, Tbilisi Canadian Forces CD&E: Joint Fires Support CD&E Web-Portal Web2008 Calendar of Events

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http://cde.act.nato.int/portal

SLIDE WITH WEP PORTAL SCREENSHOT

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Recent and Ongoing WorkProgress: Coherence Co-ordinationNO Experimentation W/O

Future:

Concept Development

Integration

Comprehensive Campaign Plan25

Recent and Ongoing WorkA proposed future hierarchy of documents in the CD&E area:

1- NATO CD&E POLICY 2- NATO CD&E PROCESS 3- CD&E HANDBOOK

Contribution to NATOs CD&E POLICY document (engagement w/MCWG in JAN) Either description of full CD&E Process or an update of the ANNEX B of ACT Transformation Directive (80/7) CD&E Handbook will complement and detail out processes described at the CD&E Process document26

The ultimate aim: to make best use of limited

resources, process continuously evolving

CD and E will truly become CD&E

The need for success:

collaboration among all possible partners of CD&E27

Q&A

NATO Unclassified

FUTURES & ENGAGEMENT BRANCH 2008

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