Defense Planning Guidance


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Defense Planning Guidance

This document, issued by the Secretary of Defense, provides firm guidance in the form of goals, priorities, and objectives, including fiscal constraints, for the development of the Program Objective Memorandums by the Military Departments and Defense agencies. Also called DPG.
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A main goal of security hawks in the United States, as described in the 1992 US Defense Planning Guidance (which has never been superseded), has been "to prevent any hostile power from dominating a region whose resources under consolidated control be sufficient to generate global power." The document lists Southwest Asia as one such region.
It is critical that FMers use the planning documents provided by senior leaders to include the National Security Strategy, the National Defense Strategy, the National Military Strategy, the Defense Planning Guidance, and fiscal guidance to form DoD budgets and ensure critical strategies are met.
She also provided extensive recommendations for the AFP, such as the adoption of an AFP Resilience Scorecard that will serve as the AFP's measure of actions in achieving resilience; development of a CCAM roadmap; conduct of climate and disaster risk assessment in military installations; integration of DRRM and CCAM in the AFP Transformation Roadmap, the Defense Planning Guidance, and other planning documents; and the development of an AFP Climate and Disaster Resilience Toolkit.
"If we operate under our current national security strategy, the current defense planning guidance, in order to reduce significant risk or moderate risk, it would take, roughly speaking, about a 1.2 million-person Army," Milley said.
(5) Defense planning guidance that covers the 5 years of the upcoming Program Objective Memorandum (POM) is published annually and gives specific scenarios for DOD to examine.
They underpin the overall AISR 2020 strategy (illustrated in Figure 2), which is synchronized with current Defense Planning Guidance and optimized to mitigate operational gaps not satisified by other joint ISR systems.
Global Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense--directs the Department of Defense (DOD) to "build the capacity and competence of U.S., allied, and partner forces for internal and external defense." (2) Similarly, one of six key missions in the Quadrennial Defense Review Report of 2010 involves "build[ing] the security capacity of partner states." (3) According to the DOD's Defense Planning Guidance, "The US will work closely with allies and partners to ensure collective capability and capacity for securing common interests." (4) Finally, in support of this guidance, the National Military Strategy directs the services to "strengthen and ...
The CPR is the Chairman's personal recommendation and assessment of the operational environment to the Secretary of Defense for use in preparing Defense Planning Guidance (DPG) and Fiscal Guidance.
Eric Edelman also does this especially well in his "The Strange Career of the 1992 Defense Planning Guidance," in which he compares the 1992 Defense Planning Guidance to 2002's National Security Strategy.
The first step in expressing the new paradigm and achieving more effectiveness and efficiency is publishing much more structured and restrictive defense planning guidance.
The predecessor to the GDF was the Strategic Planning Guidance (SPG), and before the SPG, the Defense Planning Guidance (DPG).
The Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) and the Defense Planning Guidance directed the application of PBL to new and legacy weapon systems.

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