Accession Number : ADA313954
Title : Advanced Battlespace Information System (ABIS) Task Force Report. Volume 1: Executive Summary.
Corporate Author : DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF COMMAND CONTROL COMMUNICATIONS/COMPUTERS WASHINGTON D C DIR C4 SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE/POLICY
PDF Url : ADA313954
Report Date : MAY 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 29
Abstract : The basic purpose of the ABIS Task Force was to better align the science and technology program with the emerging Joint Vision 2010. The Task Force sought to develop elements of a C4I strategic framework that could guide key planning, architecture, and programmatic efforts and ultimately shape doctrine and training development. The ABIS Task Force was established as an initial step in forming a partnership between the Director of Defense Research and Engineering (OSD) and the Director of Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Systems (Joint Staff). Initially, the Task Force was asked to identify important operational capabilities and needed technology initiatives for an advanced battlespace information system. During the course of the effort, the task was expanded to include identifying follow-on actions that are needed to ensure the timely evolution and fielding of new operational capabilities.
Descriptors : *COMMAND CONTROL COMMUNICATIONS, *INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, *INFORMATION SYSTEMS, *COMBAT READINESS, *TASK FORCES, *DEFENSE PLANNING, *BATTLE MANAGEMENT, WEAPONS, MILITARY FORCES(UNITED STATES), GLOBAL, NATIONAL SECURITY, DECISION MAKING, DISTRIBUTED DATA PROCESSING, COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, MILITARY DOCTRINE, DEMONSTRATIONS, GRIDS, REPORTS, THREE DIMENSIONAL, EVOLUTION(GENERAL), DATA ACQUISITION, KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS, MANEUVERS, MILITARY TRAINING, TIMELINESS, MILITARY COMMANDERS, MILITARY DOWNSIZING.
Subject Categories : Computer Systems
Command, Control and Communications Systems
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE