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CJCSI 1001.01B Joint Manpower and Personnel Program 10/7/2014 12/15/2021 This instruction provides policy and establishes responsibilities and procedures for determining, validating, documenting, and maintaining joint manpower requirements. It also provides policy for maintaining personnel data as part of the Joint Manpower and Personnel Program (JMPP). The JMPP consists of two subsets: the Joint Manpower Program (JMP) and the Joint Personnel Program (JPP).
CJCSI 1035.01B The Joint Staff Telework Program 2/12/2021 This instruction provides the Joint Staff with a framework Joint Staff managers can use to develop and implement a telework program that meets the needs of their specific workforce and mission.
CJCSI 1100.01E Joint Staff Awards, Identification Badges, and Flags for Joint Commands 2/17/2023
CJCSI 1210.01G Joint Orientation Training for US Personnel Assigned to NATO Organizations 8/19/2022 To establish policy concerning the joint orientation training of U.S. personnel assigned to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) organizations and the NATO Defense College. Title 10 U.S.C., section 153 (a) states that the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) is responsible for formulating policies for the joint training of the Armed Forces of the United States, and for formulating policies for coordinating the military education of members of the Armed Forces of the United States.
CJCSI 1301.01G Joint Individual Augmentation Procedures 7/16/2022 This instruction provides guidance and establishes procedures for requesting the allocation of Joint Individual Augmentation (JIA) personnel to meet unfunded, temporary manpower requirements of a Combatant Command (CCMD) or other U.S. Government entity while participating in operations directed or approved by the President of the United States or Secretary of Defense (SecDef).
CJCSI 1330.05B Joint Officer Management Program Procedures 7/6/2020 This instruction provides the procedures and responsibilities for implementation of the Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Officer Management (JOM) and Joint Qualification System (JQS) for Active Component and Reserve Component officers.
CJCSI 1330.08  Joint Nominative Command Senior Enlisted Leader and Senior Enlisted Advisor Slating Policy 5/18/2015 This Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff instruction (CJCSI) delineates responsibilities and procedures regarding selection, assignment, utilization, eligibility, and other related aspects of the nominative process for Command Senior Enlisted Leaders (CSELs) and Senior Enlisted Advisors (SEAs) in joint and international assignments.
CJCSI 1331.01E Manpower and Personnel Actions Involving General and Flag Officers 3/21/2022 This instruction implements Department of Defense (DoD) policy and provides guidance for the effective management of general/flag officer (GO/FO) actions involving joint duty assignments (JDAs) or positions of importance and responsibility per title 10, U.S. Code and DoD policy and directives.
CJCSI 1340.01A Assignment of Officers (O-6 and Below) and Enlisted Personnel to the Joint Staff 9/16/2013 This instruction provides consolidated policy and procedures for the assignment of officers (0-6 and below) and enlisted personnel for duty on the Joint Staff in accordance with references a-e.
CJCSI 1350.01A Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Roles, Responsibilities, and Authorities 3/16/2020 This manual outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS).
CJCSI 1600.01D Charter for U.S. European Command North Atlantic Treaty Organization Manning Division 10/14/2022 Define mission and responsibilities for the Headquarters, U.S. European Command (HQ USEUCOM), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Manning Division (ECJ1-N). CJCS responsibility and authority for the administration and support of joint forces are found in reference a.
CJCSI 1800.01F Officer Professional Military Education Policy 5/15/2020 Directive current as of 4 Aug 22 This Instruction provides policy guidance for the Professional Military Education (PME) of officers in the Armed Forces of the United States, with particular emphasis on Joint PME (JPME). It assigns responsibilities, establishes Joint Learning Areas (JLAs), and provides instructions regarding oversight and execution of Officer JPME.
CJCSI 1801.01F National Defense University Policy 10/14/2022 This instruction disseminates the policies, procedures, objectives, and responsibilities of the National Defense University (NDU) and its components as prescribed in references a and b and related documents.
CJCSI 1805.01C Enlisted Professional Military Education Policy 11/1/2021 This Instruction provides policy guidance for the Professional Military Education (PME) of enlisted members in the Armed Forces of the United States, with particular emphasis on Enlisted Joint PME (EJPME).
CJCSI 2010.01J Procedures Related to the Conduct of Military Affairs of the Military Committee, NATO 11/29/2022
CJCSI 2015.01  Procedures to Make Forces Available to the United Nations Command 4/1/2019 12/15/2021 This instruction prescribes the process and procedures for United Nations Member States to make forces available to the United Nations Command (UNC) as Sending States. This instruction does not alter requirements and responsibilities for the assignment of forces.
CJCSI 2030.01E Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation and Compliance Policy Guidance 4/12/2023
CJCSI 2110.01E International Transfer of U.S. Defense-Related Technology and Munitions 12/10/2010 12/15/2021 This instruction implements the references and establishes Joint Staff procedures for reviewing the international transfer of U.S. defense-related technology.
CJCSI 2120.01D Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements 5/21/2015 This instruction provides policy and procedural guidance concerning the use of the legal authorities contained in title 10, U.S.C., sections 2341–2350 (reference a). It does not provide substantive legal authority to negotiate or conclude cross-servicing agreements. Such authority is provided in applicable U.S. law and may be delegated by the Secretary of Defense to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) and the Combatant Commanders (CCMDs) as described in Enclosures A and C.
CJCSI 2211.01D Visits by Students or Staff Members of Foreign National or International Defense Colleges 8/17/2012 This instruction establishes CJCS policy on visits to military installations and other areas of interest in the United States by students or staff members of foreign national or international defense colleges.
CJCSI 2300.01D International Agreements 10/5/2007 9/27/13 This instruction provides information to implement and supplement reference a. Additionally, this instruction provides only procedural guidance; substantive authority to negotiate or conclude an international agreement must be derived from the US Constitution or federal law.
CJCSI 2300.02K Coordination of Overseas Force Structure Changes and Host-Nation Notification 4/2/2019 12/15/2021 To define the process of obtaining Secretary of Defense (SecDef) approval of an overseas force structure change (OFSC) and to effect a timely host nation (HN) notification (HNN) of approved OFSCs and other actions with national-level policy significance, prior to public release of information.
CJCSI 2300.03D Realignment of Overseas Sites 6/26/2013 This instruction provides Joint Staff guidance for overseas site realignment, residual value (RV), and payment-in-kind (PIK) actions in order to: a. Implement reference a.,  b. Maintain overseas sites and infrastructure to support force structure in accordance with the National Military Strategy, and  c. Ensure an integrated, coherent overseas infrastructure.
CJCSI 2320.01E Guidance for the Impementation of the Vienna Document 2011 and Associated Documents 6/28/2022
CJCSI 2410.01G Guidance for the Exercise of Right-of-Assistance Entry 4/11/2022 This instruction establishes uniform policy for the exercise of right-of-assistance entry (RAE) by U.S. military ships and aircraft within the U.S.-recognized territorial seas or archipelagic waters of foreign states.
CJCSI 2510.01D Informing the Department of State on Matters of Possible Political Significance Generated at International Military Planning Conferences 11/30/2010 2/11/2013 This instruction provides policy for informing the Department of State on matters of possible political significance generated at international military planning conferences.
CJCSI 2610.01E US Involvement in Inter-Service Disputes Within the Armed Forces of Other Countries 4/29/2022 This instruction establishes policy governing involvement of U.S. Service members in inter-Service disputes within the armed forces of other countries.
CJCSI 2700.01H Rationalization, Standardization, and Interoperability Activities 3/31/2023
CJCSI 2800.01E Processing Atomic Information Received From, or Proposed for Transmission to, Another Nation or International Organization 8/18/2022 This instruction establishes standard administrative policy for processing Restricted Data (RD) and Formerly Restricted Data (FRD), hereinafter referred to as atomic information, that is received from, or proposed for transmission to, another nation or international organization.
CJCSI 3030.01A IMPLEMENTING JOINT FORCE DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN 10/3/2022 This instruction provides the Joint Staff with policy and direction on executing Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) Joint Force Development and Joint Capability Development responsibilities
CJCSI 3070.01  Strategic Religious Affairs 10/30/2020 This instruction provides Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) guidance to all Department of Defense (DoD) Components to implement religious affairs (RA) as an essential Joint Force enabler and staff function.
CJCSI 3100.01F Joint Strategic Planning System 1/29/2024 This instruction provides policy and direction from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) on the execution of the Joint Strategic Planning System (JSPS).
CJCSI 3110.08F Geospatial Information and Services Supplemental Instruction to Joint Strategic Campaign Plan 5/6/2022
CJCSI 3125.01D Defense Response to Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Incidents in the Homeland 5/7/2015 12/15/2021 This instruction provides Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) policy guidance and operational instructions for Department of Defense (DoD) response to CBRN incidents in the homeland. For the purposes of this instruction, response refers to those actions necessary to save lives, protect property and the environment, and meet basic human needs after a CBRN incident has occurred.
CJCSI 3126.01C Language, Regional Expertise, and Culture Capability Identification, Planning, and Sourcing 3/8/2023 This instruction provides policy and procedural guidance for the identification, planning, and sourcing of language, regional expertise, and culture (LREC) capabilities. LREC capabilities support global military operations, national decision-making, and the National Defense Strategy (NDS).
CJCSI 3141.01F Management and Review of Campaign and Contingency Plans 1/31/2019 This instruction is a supplement to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) Instruction (CJCSI) 3110.01 Series, “Joint Strategic Campaign Plan (JSCP).” It establishes policies, processes, and responsibilities for management and review of Global Campaign Plans (GCPs), Combatant Command (CCMD) campaign plans (CCPs), integrated contingency plans (ICPs), and other plans tasked by the Contingency Planning Guidance (CPG) or the JSCP.
CJCSI 3150.25H Joint Lessons Learned Program 12/30/2021 Establish Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) policy, guidance, and responsibilities for the Joint Lessons Learned Program (JLLP).
CJCSI 3151.02  Common Operational Picture/Shared Situational Awareness Command Assistance Visit 6/17/2016 12/6/2019 This instruction establishes procedures for the preparation and conduct of Joint Staff J-33 Common Operational Picture (COP) Shared Situational Awareness (SSA) Command Assistance Visits (CAVs).
CJCSI 3152.01  Unclassified Shared Situational Awareness Reporting Requirements 9/23/2020 This instruction establishes reporting policies, responsibilities, and other activities required to maintain a robust Unclassified Shared Situational Awareness Sharing Environment (USSASE) that enables Combatant Commands (CCMDs), Services, Agencies (C/S/As), and the Joint Staff to develop an Unclassified Common Operational Picture (UCOP) and supports Unclassified Shared Situational Awareness (USSA) in accordance with references a through m.
CJCSI 3155.01B Global Command and Control System-Joint (GCCS-J) Operational Framework Policy 1/8/2016 This instruction provides the framework necessary to ensure the Global Command and Control System-Joint (GCCS-J) meets operational requirements in support of the National Military Command System (NMCS).
CJCSI 3156.01A Management Of Joint Unit Reference Numbers 4/30/2012 This instruction, issued under the authority of reference a, establishes policy for Combatant Commands, Services, and Agencies (C/S/A) on the management of Unit Reference Numbers (URNs). It specifically defines a management structure for the assignment of URNs that is responsive to the needs of C/S/A.
CJCSI 3162.02A  Methodology for Combat Assessment 7/16/2021
CJCSI 3165.01D Multinational Strategy and Operations Group 8/30/2019 This instruction supports the activities of the Multinational Strategy and Operations Group (MSOG), a key senior operator/planner-led multinational forum for the United States and selected multinational partners that addresses contemporary strategic and operational interoperability risks and challenges.
CJCSI 3205.01D Joint Combat Camera (COMCAM) 10/20/2014 This instruction establishes policy and defines procedures for tasking and using COMCAM assets. COMCAM imagery serves as a visual record of an operation and is of significant value to decision makers in the OSD, Joint Staff, and Combatant Commands. COMCAM imagery is also significant for public affairs, public diplomacy and military information support operations.
CJCSI 3207.01D Department of Defense Support to Humanitarian Mine Action 6/15/2022
CJCSI 3209.01A Mission Assurance Construct Implementation 8/23/2023
CJCSI 3210.01C Joint Information Operations Proponent 2/14/2014 This instruction codifies the tasks of the Joint Information Operations (IO) Proponent, as articulated in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict (OASD(SO/LIC) memorandum for the record titled “Joint Information Operations (IO) Proponent” (reference d).
CJCSI 3210.06A Irregular Warfare 9/25/2015 Directive current as of 29 Nov 22 This instruction establishes responsibilities to develop capabilities and capacities to conduct Irregular Warfare (IW) activities, those security force assistance (SFA) activities that support IW core activities, and counter threat finance (CTF) activities for IW in accordance with references a, b, and c.
CJCSI 3213.01D Joint Operations Security 5/7/2012 To provide CJCS policy and guidance for planning and executing operations security (OPSEC) in support of joint military operations, activities, plans, training, exercises, and capabilities.
CJCSI 3214.01E Defense Support for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Incidents on Foreign Territory 5/28/2015 12/15/2021 This instruction provides guidance for assistance provided by U.S. military resources in support of U.S. Government (USG) objectives to prepare for and respond to chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) incidents that occur on or impact foreign territory.
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