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CJCSI 3317.01  INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT RESPONSIBILITIES, PROCEDURES, AND OVERSIGHT FUNCTIONS 1/6/2020 This instruction establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, delegates authorities, and prescribes procedures for complying with Intelligence Oversight (IO) responsibilities
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 2110.01E International Transfer of U.S. Defense-Related Technology and Munitions 12/10/2010 02/06/13 This instruction implements the references and establishes Joint Staff procedures for reviewing the international transfer of U.S. defense-related technology.
CJCSI 3210.06A Irregular Warfare 9/25/2015 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 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 3401.01E Joint Combat Capability Assessment 4/13/2010 05/19/14 This instruction establishes the Joint Combat Capability Assessment (JCCA) as the policy and process for reporting and assessing the readiness of the Department of Defense (DOD) to execute the National Military Strategy (NMS). The JCCA is a major component of the Chairman’s Readiness System.
CJCSI 3265.02  Joint Command and Control Systems Training Management 10/10/2014 To establish responsibilities, relationships, and a management structure for training requirements identification, prioritization, and validation, as well as development, maintenance, delivery, and sharing of training products and capabilities for Joint command and control (C2) systems.
CJCSI 3320.03D Joint Communications Electronics Operating Instructions 6/25/2018 To establish policy, assign responsibilities, and provide guidance for the planning, coordination and production of the joint communications-electronics operating instruction (JCEOI).
CJCSI 8010.01C Joint Community Warfighter Chief Information Officer 11/1/2013 This instruction assigns the position of Joint Community Warfighter Chief Information Officer (JCW CIO), establishes applicable policy, and outlines the duties and responsibilities of that position as directed by reference a. Further, this addresses policies and procedures for Warfighting Mission Area (WMA) Information Technology (IT) Portfolio Management.
CJCSI 5120.02E Joint Doctrine Development System 11/6/2020 This instruction establishes joint doctrine development policy to assist the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in implementing his responsibility to develop doctrine for the joint employment of the Armed Forces in accordance with (IAW) title 10, U.S.C., chapter 5, section 153 of reference a.
CJCSI 3340.02B Joint Enterprise Integration of Warfighter Intelligence 10/24/2013 This instruction establishes policy and procedures to improve the integration of warfighter intelligence data across the Intelligence Community (IC).
CJCSI 5127.01A Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee Governance and Management 12/14/2018 This instruction implements the Joint Fire Support (JFS) Executive Steering Committee (ESC) as a Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) sponsored, flag officer/general officer (FOGO) level joint body established to analyze and recommend solutions to joint fire support issues.
CJCSI 1301.01F Joint Individual Augmentation Procedures 11/17/2014 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 President of the United States or Secretary of Defense (SecDef) directed or approved operations. JIA requirements are documented in a Joint Manning Document (JMD), which also contains Coalition, contractor, general/flag officer (GO/FO), other government agency (OGA), and unit requirements for Joint Task Force (JTF) Headquarters (HQ) and other unique HQ organizations. This instruction is intended for use in conjunction with the definitions and doctrinal guidance found in references a through d. The authority of this guidance is based in reference e. References f through i provide guidance on specific sourcing categories such as the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce, GO/FOs, and the Reserve Component (RC). References m through n direct the Global Force Management (GFM) allocation and policies procedures, under which JIA falls.
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 3150.25G Joint Lessons Learned Program 1/31/2018 To establish Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) policy, guidance, and responsibilities for the Joint Lessons Learned Program (JLLP).
CJCSI 1001.01B Joint Manpower and Personnel Program 10/7/2014 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 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 3431.01E Joint Nuclear Accident and Incident Response Team 11/26/2018 This instruction outlines the functions of the Joint Nuclear Accident and Incident Response Team (JNAIRT), and establishes Department of Defense (DoD) responsibilities to ensure a joint 24-hour-a-day capability to meet the initial DoD time-sensitive management requirements for any accident or incident involving U.S. nuclear weapons in DoD or Department of Energy (DoE) custody, or involving a military reactor.
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 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 1210.01F Joint Orientation Training for US Personnel Assigned to NATO Organizations 3/31/2015 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 3320.02F Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution 3/8/2013 To provide policy, reporting guidance, and program description; identify the roles and responsibilities of DoD agencies; and provide security classification guidance for the Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution (JSIR) program.
CJCSI 1100.01D Joint Staff Awards, Identification Badges, and Flags for Joint Commands 7/11/2018 Provides guidance and instructions on preparing, submitting and processing recommendations for Department of Defense (DoD) awards. This instruction will establish procedures for DoD awards, eligibility criteria and appropriate approval authority to ensure compliance with references a and b.
CJCSI 5901.01C Joint Staff Inspector General Responsibilities, Procedures, and Oversight Functions 11/6/2015 Establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, and prescribes procedures for oversight, assistance, teaching and training, inquiries, inspections and investigations of the Joint Staff; Defense activities responsive to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (“the Chairman”); and other supporting organizations reporting to the Chairman.
CJCSI 5715.01C Joint Staff Participation In Interagency Affairs 1/18/2012 01/07/14 To clarify the role of the Joint Staff within the interagency processes associated with U.S. national security and homeland security policy development and implementation.
CJCSI 5905.01  Joint Staff Program for Ethics-Related Staff Assistance Visits 5/28/2015 This instruction establishes policy and procedures for recurring Joint Staff assistance visits to train and assist personal staffs on routine ethics-related programs required to directly support Combatant Commanders.
CJCSI 3100.01E Joint Strategic Planning System 5/21/2021 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 3500.01J Joint Training Policy for the Armed Forces of the United States 1/13/2020 To establish the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) policy for the use of the Joint Training System (JTS) in planning, executing, and assessing joint training. This instruction aligns with guidance in the “Strategic Plan for the Next Generation of Training for the Department of Defense” (reference a) and includes joint training and joint education (references b and c).
CJCSI 3255.01  Joint Unmanned Aircraft Systems Minimum Training Standards 7/17/2009 09/04/12 To define Joint Unmanned Aircraft System Minimum Training Standards (JUMTS) and identify the minimum knowledge required for an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) crewmember (UASC) to support joint force commanders’ (JFC) objectives.
CJCSI 3411.01E Key Personnel Location Reports to the National Military Command Center 8/23/2016 This instruction establishes procedures for informing the National Military Command Center (NMCC) of the location of designated key personnel in accordance with reference a.
CJCSI 3126.01B Language, Regional Expertise, and Culture Capability Identification, Planning, and Sourcing 11/18/2020 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 6232.01E LINK-16 Spectrum Deconfliction 9/21/2012 This instruction implements policy to ensure that use of Link 16 terminals and systems that operate in the 960-1215 MHz frequency band Time Divisional Multiple Access (TDMA) waveform operate in accordance with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and U.S. Military Communications-Electronics Board (MCEB) spectrum certification guidance and ensures DoD compliance with reference a.
CJCSI 4120.02E List of Priorities - Department of Defense Transportation Movement Priority System 2/12/2020 This instruction establishes policy and provides guidance on the methods to be used to prioritize DoD transportation in support of the National Military Strategy in accordance with references a and b.
CJCSI 4310.01E Logistics Planning Guidance for Pre-Positioned War Reserve Materiel 1/13/2020 This instruction establishes logistics planning guidance for pre-positioned war reserve materiel (PWRM) for use during a full spectrum of contingency operations during peacetime or wartime periods, as defined in reference (a).
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 6245.01A Management of Joint Command, Control, Communications and Computer (C4)/ Cyber Education and Training Programs 10/22/2013 To publish policy for the management of Joint C4/cyber Education and Training programs. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff authority is derived from title 10, United States Code (U.S.C.), section 153(a)(5)(C).
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 8510.01C Management of Modeling and Simulation 8/17/2012 This instruction:  a. Implements policy guidance established in DoD Directive 5000.59, 8 August 2007, “DOD Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Management” (reference a).  b. Establishes the policy for the management of modeling and simulation (M&S) and assigns responsibilities.
CJCSI 6005.01  Management of No Distribution (NODIS) and Exclusive Distribution (EXDIS) Messages in the Joint Staff 11/1/2011 11/25/13 To establish Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (OCJCS) policy for receipt and delivery of NODIS and EXDIS to the Joint Staff and Combatant Commanders in keeping with communications from the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
CJCSI 1331.01D Manpower and Personnel Actions Involving General and Flag Officers 8/1/2010 02/11/2013 This instruction implements Department of Defense (DOD) policy and provides guidance for the effective management of general/flag officer (G/FO) actions involving joint duty assignments (JDAs) or positions of importance and responsibility per Title 10, United States Code (10 USC), and DOD policy and directives.
CJCSI 5002.01  Meeting the JCS Conference Room 12/13/2010 This instruction establishes policy, responsibilities, and procedures for meetings held in the JCS Conference Room (also known as the “Tank”).
CJCSI 3810.01F Meteorological and Oceanographic Operations 4/23/2019 Provide policy and guidance and assign responsibility for providing and implementing meteorological and oceanographic (METOC) capabilities in support of Combatant Commanders (CCDRs), joint military operations, activities, plans, training, and exercises
CJCSI 3162.02  Methodology for Combat Assessment 3/8/2019 This instruction establishes the methodology for conducting the three components of Combat Assessment (CA) that may result in a re-attack recommendation (RR): battle damage assessment (BDA), collateral damage assessment (CDA), and munitions effectiveness assessment (MEA).
CJCSI 5116.05  Military Command, Control, Communications, and Computers Executive Board 4/23/2014 This instruction establishes the organization, membership, functions, and responsibilities of the Military Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) Executive Board (MC4EB), previously known as the Military Communications-Electronics Board (MCEB).
CJCSI 5140.01B Military Targeting Committee Governance and Management 6/14/2019 This instruction establishes the Military Targeting Committee (MTC) as a federation of senior targeting representatives from United States (U.S.) Defense Agencies and allied nations to propose, review, debate, analyze and prioritize targeting issues of mutual concern, and when appropriate, decide on and implement common solutions.
CJCSI 6740.01C Military Telecommunications Agreements and Arrangements Between the United States and Regional Defense Organizations or Friendly Foreign Nations 1/18/2013 6/17/2019 The instruction provides policy on negotiating and concluding international military telecommunications agreements and arrangements to sell or exchange telecommunications support or services to allow the transfer of data and voice traffic between the United States and regional defense organizations or friendly foreign nations. It also provides for delegation of authority for certain kinds of telecommunications agreements.
CJCSI 5128.01  Mission Partner Environment Executive Steering Committee (MPE ESC) Governance and Management 10/1/2014 The Mission Partner Environment provides the capabilityframework required by the joint force for information sharing and data exchange with Allies and potential partners. This instruction establishes the Mission Partner Environment Executive Steering Committee (MPE ESC) as a flag officer/general officer (FO/GO) level joint body to govern and manage the MPE framework.
CJCSI 5128.02  Mission Partner Environment Executive Steering Committee: Coalition Interoperability Assurance and Validation Working Group 11/10/2016 3/27/2019 The Mission Partner Environment provides the capability framework required by the joint force for information sharing and data exchange with Allies and potential partners. The Coalition Interoperability Assurance & Validation capability is the end-to-end mission-based interoperability compliance and assessment methodology that improves U.S. MPE operations with mission partners.
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 3440.01E NASA Human Space Flight Support Operations 3/30/2015 To provide instruction and delineate responsibilities for human space flight support operations involving land, maritime, and air assets.
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