deliberate planning

Related to deliberate planning: execution planning

deliberate planning

1. The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System process involving the development of joint operation plans for contingencies identified in joint strategic planning documents. Deliberate planning is accomplished in prescribed cycles that complement other Department of Defense planning cycles in accordance with the formally established Joint Strategic Planning System.
2. A planning process for the deployment and employment of apportioned forces and resources that occurs in response to a hypothetical situation. Deliberate planners rely heavily on assumptions regarding the circumstances that will exist when the plan is executed. See also Joint Operation Planning and Execution System; Joint Strategic Planning System.
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In support of this contract, Cambridge will provide Department of Defense (DoD), Federal, and Coalition sponsors with the deliberate planning, analysis, organization, integration, and operation of current and emerging operational and system capabilities to achieve desired mission effects for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR); Information Operations (IO); and Enterprise Information Services (EIS).
Comparatively speaking, these events are much like our military operations that involve careful and deliberate planning, taking into consideration the reality that these operations must be sustained logistically and resourced with rotational manpower to lead to mission success.
As a result of this deliberate planning, there has been enormous movement in staff thinking, practice and a willingness to try new methods of teaching.
It is a highly technical operation that requires deliberate planning and action across all units and elements involved.
The campaigns and contingency plans crafted in response to formal guidance documents are examples of deliberate planning.
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The entire scenario reeked of deliberate planning, and strong planning of minister of his decision to disburse the `package' to favourites.
Al-Halqi underlined the need for deliberate planning for new roads to accommodate all forms of transportation and ensuring the availability of public transportation around the clock, calling for monitoring transport fees for microbuses, taxi cabs and private transport companies.
Each of these JCIDS' validated requirements will eventually transition to the deliberate planning process linked with the Defense Acquisition System (DAS) and the PPBE process.
AMC is directly supporting Operations Enduring Freedom and is actively engaged in deliberate planning in advance of anticipated theater Retrograde operations.
In a period when most settlements evolved gradually into a shapeless sprawl of buildings, such deliberate planning must have seemed revolutionary, but in fact stems from a very ancient prototype, said the speaker.
However, it is especially bad if the attack is not a result of stirred up, uncontrolled emotions but deliberate planning to serve a certain interest.