JCIDJoint Combat Identification
JCIDJWARN Component Interface Device
JCIDJudicial Chamber on Information Disputes
JCIDJoint Committee on Implementation and Design
JCIDJoint Capability Integrated Development
JCIDJWARN Communications Interface Device
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The Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) is the most common starting point for a new JCIDS requirement.
The reality is that, while not perfect, the JCIDS process is necessary and valuable--after all, it has helped create the most powerful and joint military in the world.
(4) For that reason, and because the Acquisition Process has been studied exhaustively, this article proposes modest reforms to JCIDS and PPBE in order to make the DAS more accommodating of combatant commander needs.
Each year, ARCIC enhances the capabilities and efficiencies of the JCIDS analysis process.
If a materiel solution is validated, an initial capabilities document is submitted through the JCIDS process.
JCIDS is the formal Department of Defense process for determining future acquisition requirements.
Moreover, CFLIs must formulate requirements and formally present them by means of the JCIDS process to the Air Force Acquisition System in the form of requirements documentation.
However, as a recent study from the Institute for Defense Analysis notes, over the past decade JCIDS has not altered any solution originally proposed by a military service, nor does it appear that the process has added value to the front end of the acquisition process for the programs examined.
For example, in the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) we combine deterrence capabilities with the force application joint capability area.
Deliberate acquisition is governed by the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) for requirements; the DOD 5000-series of regulations for acquisition guidance; and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) for funding.
These processes have not kept pace with the urgent needs of the joint warfighter or the evolving Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS).