JIACGJoint Interagency Coordination Group
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The disaster response JIACG experiment was unsuccessful; the emergency relief phase was largely over before the new JIACG could get organized.
A Linked-In group (Interagency Logistics) was created by JIACG, which serves as a venue to facilitate continued dialogue.
For instance, when PACOM set up its JIACG after 9/11 (on instructions out of existing resources), the commander "scraped up" forty bodies and $2 million.
The goal of the JIACG is to understand completely the adversary's systems of systems--PMESII using all the information available to us.
Every combatant command has a JIACG, but it plays a particularly important role at NORTHCOM, because so many civilian agencies are involved in homeland security, James said.
A Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) was formed at CGSC to support the exercise.
At the joint task force or combined joint task force level, key agency representatives would be assigned to or otherwise embedded in the appropriate staff directorates, rather than having just one person in the JIACG as is currently the case.
For several years, GCCs have each hosted a JIACG, an advisory body composed of military personnel from all services and civilian personnel from a variety of agencies, usually numbering about one dozen.
In 2002, the National Security Advisor and Secretary of Defense directed that each combatant command establish a Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) in order to enhance interdepartmental coordination.
In October 2001, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld directed that each Combatant Command form a "Joint Interagency Coordination Group" (JIACG) for a six-month trial period.