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And foreign governmental organizations, commercial organizations, and schools to leverage strengths and to share resources and the workload. n Developing policies to facilitate NIMA and USIGS activities. That support NIMA’s goals to provide information at the lowest possible classification levels, to establish partnerships, and to purchase commercial products and services. (4) Tasks l l l Figure 2-10. NIMA GI&S and GEOINT Support. Consolidates and deconflicts combatant commanders’ GI&S requirements and priorities for approval by the joint staff and Assistant Secretary of Defense, C4I; then assign resources against those requirements for production and distribution.
C. COA Development Phase III implements the commander’s guidance and commences development of the selected COA(s). The MAGTF commander analyzes each COA and provides recommendations to the JFC. This phase ends with submission of the commander’s estimate, which includes the GI&S staff estimate. In this phase, the G-2 plans officer, the I&M section, and the ISC section coordinate with the JTF, subordinate units, and NIMA for analysis of each COA. Then the section determines the advantages and disadvantages of each COA from a GI&S perspective.
Update and produce Appendix 15 (Geographic Intelligence Estimate) to Annex B (Intelligence) and Annex m (Geospatial Information and Services) to the basic OPLAN (see appendix E to this publication). 1 l Studies). ) Ensure that MEF GI&S assets and products are included in the time-phased force and deployment list (TPFDL) to ensure proper movement of critical personnel, equipment, and GI&S data and products into the area of operations. For smaller MAGTFs or MEF MSCs, responsibility for building the TPFDL records rests with the unit’s intelligence officer.
Geographic Intelligence (GEOINT) MCWP 2-12.1