CJCSI

AcronymDefinition
CJCSIChairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction
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My research neither identified an advantage for using available DMOSQ nor determined the original rationale behind the decision to use it to execute the CJCSI requirement to measure critical personnel.
3 (delegating nominating authority from the SECDEF to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS)); CJCSI 2120.
The TRADOC Culture Center at Fort Huachuca, Arizona also contributes instructors to accompany CELT Teams and has assisted Cadet Command in the development and implementation of a Cadet LREC Competency Certification Program and process based on CJCSI 3126.
Additionally, the CJCSI 6212 establishes a relationship between the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) and DASD(DT&E) to ensure more attention to interoperability during DT&E:
CJCSI 3170 states that new acquisition must field systems quickly; a partial solution is acceptable while working toward the 100-percent solution.
Joint requirements must satisfy Title 10, USC, section 181 statutory requirements according to CJCSI 3170.
The Interoperability KPP (I-KPP) was first introduced in the Requirements Generation System in the August 1999 issuance of CJCSI 3170.
Despite the limitations on sharing, the arrangement was considered successful enough to be enclosed within the next version of CJCSI 3150.
The capabilities development process has been strengthened with the publication of CJCSI 3170.
01B, STANDING RULES OF ENGAGEMENT/STANDING RULES FOR THE USE OF FORCE FOR US FORCES (13 June 2005) [hereinafter CJCSI 3121.
This CJCSI provides the framework for development of Service and Joint officers by organizing the PME continuum into five military educational levels: precommissioning, primary, intermediate, senior, and general/flag officer.