GOVERNANCE INNOVATION FOR
SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT
(GISD)
Interim Program Report
30 Sept – 30 Dec 2013
Karen Guttieri, Principal Investigator
MOTIVATION
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Civil Affairs are…
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“the vanguard of DoD’s support to U.S. government efforts
to assist partner governments in the fields of rule of law,
economic stability, governance, public health and welfare,
infrastructure, and public education and information” (US
Quadrennial Defense Review Report 2010 )
highly-valued in US foreign and defense policy
 under-valued as strategic assets in planning/operations
 divided and neglected (Lamont memo)
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“Functional specialties” are…
flawed – the system of classifying and managing needs
reworking (RAND)
 to be reformed as new Military Occupational Specialty –
38G
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GOVERNANCE INNOVATION FOR SECURITY
AND DEVELOPMENT (GISD) IS…
…a research project that seeks solutions to the
challenges of supporting governance in fragile
environments.
GISD aims to develop a framework to promote peace and
well-being through good governance—provision of essential
services, political moderation and accountability, stewardship
of state resources, and civic participation and empowerment.
GISD researchers address current issues and trends
in stability sectors—social well-being, promotion of safe and
secure environments, stable governance, rule of law,
sustainable economies and infrastructure, and homeland
integration—and the competencies needed when the military
is called upon to support to civilians in those sectors.
Education
FOCUS
Research
Problem Set
•Civilian Education
•Military Education
•Tailored Programs
•Stable Governance
•Rule of Law
•Safe and Secure
Environment
•Sustainable Economy
•Social Well-Being
•Homeland Integration
•Support to Civil
Authority
•Transitional
Authority
•Theater Security
Cooperation
•JP 3-57 CivilMilitary Operations
GISD - PROJECT CONCEPT
38G
•Requirements
•Competencies
•Classifications
•Certifications
Statement of
Work: Research
Establish
cross-disciplinary team
and outreach
Produce
reviews of military
governance, stability
sectors, and homeland
integration
Support
IMSG professionalization
of Civil Affairs / 38G
classifications
Identify educational
needs
Consider
context, behavior, info
and technological
enablers of peace and
stability operations
Final Report
due 20 Aug 2014
PRIMARY SPONSOR POINT OF CONTACT:
IMSG
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The Institute for Military Support to Governance
(IMSG) manages the provision of civil sector
expertise across the range of military operations
in order to support USG obligations under
international law and promote stability. On
order, supports Theater Security Cooperation,
Transitional Military Authority, and Support to
Civil Administration operations.
BG Hugh Van Roosen, Director
38G
GISD Sector Leads / Key Colleagues
Marc Ventresca
Tony Vacha
Tech/Behavior
Curt Blais
Margarita Quihuis
Mark Nelson
Melanne Civic
Margalynne Armstrong
OTJAG
Jon Czarnecki
NWC Team- USMA
Marc Ventresca
Maria Pineda
Peter Walker Tufts
Maria Pineda
Marc Ventresca
UCLA/Notre Dame
Karen Guttieri
Charles Palmares
Herman Semes
Stanford
Program
Karen Guttieri, PI
Curt Blais
Charles Palmares
Homeland
Integration
Paula Philbin
COLLABORATIVE SITES ESTABLISHED
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Internal team website: GISD Google site*
Team calendar
 Project updates
 To-do list
 Reference documents – doctrine, etc.
 Collaborative documents – meeting notes, etc.
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Public info website: GISD site
 Public GISD Research Site NPS Library
 GISD Refworks Site - bibliographies
 New -- GISD Community in All Partners Access
Network (APAN)
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* Google sites are private (controlled access list).
GISD MEETINGS 1: CONVENED
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Weekly Team Meetings
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Design Meeting 17-18 Oct 2013
Video Teleconference- 351 CACOM/Fort Bragg, Stanford
 Added review of military governance per se;
 Initiated lit review protocol
 Consensus on stability sectors
 Analysis of Civil Affairs mission
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Interim Program Review 5-6 Nov 2013*
Fort Bragg, NC
 Human behavior / field lab / Initiated 38G classifications
 New occupational specialty 38G problem analysis
 Persuasive Tech and Field Lab Network concepts
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Interim Program Review 16-19 Dec 2013*
Naval Postgraduate School and Stanford University
 Social well-being, Rule of law, Governance panels/presentations
*additional beyond statement of work
GISD MEETINGS 2: SECTOR REVIEWS
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Sector Reviews
14-15 January 2014: Rule of Law (DC)
 27-28 March 2014: Social Well-Being / Economy (DC)
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Upcoming sector reviews:
12-13 May 2014: Safe and Secure Environment IPR
(PKSOI)
 17-19 June 2014: Governance (NPS or TBD)
 24-26 June 2014: Homeland Integration (DC)
 22-24 July 2014: Project Wrap-Up (NPS)
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GISD MEETINGS 3: PSOTEW
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DoD + Conference*
 24-28
March 2014: (GMU)
 GSID
research team will
host two full days of panels
 One
of three official
Working Groups (WG)
 Based
on a proposal
submitted by the PI
 Reaching
wide community
of scholars and
practitioners
*additional beyond statement of work
GISD OUTREACH - SAMPLE
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Atlantic Council
Caerus Assoc.
Civ-Mil Working Group*
Centre for the Democratic Control
of the Armed Forces (DCAF)
Geneva Centre for Security Policy
George Mason University
Institute for State Effectiveness
JAG School
National Defense University
NATO
Naval War College
Notre Dame
PKSOI
PSOTEW Stakeholders*
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*umbrella organizations
Stanford University
Center for Deliberative Democracy
Center for Democracy, Development
and the Rule of Law
Law School
Peace Innovation Lab
State Partnership Program
TJAG
Tufts University
UCLA
UNDPKO
University of Geneva
US Military Academy
USAID
US Dept of State CSO
USARC
World Economic Forum
38G CONCEPT: PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS
Requirements
across:
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Theater Security
Cooperation
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Support to Civil
Authority
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Transitional
Military
Authority
38A and 38G:
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Not clear 38A
capable of
organizing 38G
38A tactically
focused
Categorization:
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Too broad
categories will
not discriminate
Too narrow
categories will
leave empty cells
COMMENTS / QUESTIONS?
Karen Guttieri
Global Public Policy Academic Group
Naval Postgraduate School
[email protected]
831-869-5275
CA Mission
MISSION
1-1. The mission of CA forces is to is to mitigate or defeat threats to civil society and
conduct responsibilities normally performed by civil governments across the range of
military operations by engaging and influencing the civil populace and authorities
through the planning and conducting of CAO, or to enable CMO, to shape the civil
environment and set the conditions for military operations. CA forces plan, prepare
for, execute, assess, and transition CAO at all levels of war. Joint Publication (JP) 357, Civil-Military Operations, states Civil Affairs forces are designated Active and
Reserve Component forces and units organized, trained, and equipped specifically to
conduct civil affairs operations and to support civil-military operations. As defined,
CA refers to the force structure—Soldiers, teams, staff personnel, and units. CA
forces conduct CAO supported by other forces. CAO support the JFC’s CMO intent
and are synchronized with the supported commander’s operational concept.
1-2. CA forces support unified land operations in every environment across the range
of military operations. During unified land operations, CA forces conduct CAO that
support and are nested within the overall mission and commander’s intent. CAO are
a cornerstone to the successful execution of stability tasks.
FM 3-57 Change 1, 30 September 2013
CIVIL AFFAIRS MISSION VERBS
CIVIL ENGAGEMENT: COGNITIVE SCALE
Inform
C1
Facilitate Coordinate Collaborate
C2
C3
C4
De-conflict
C5
Resolve
C5
Mitigate
C5
Influence Develop
C6
C6
CIVIL ENGAGEMENT: PHYSICAL SCALE
Distribute
P1
Deliver Contract Supervise
P2
P2
P3
Construct
P3
Conduct
P4
Sustain
P4
CIVIL RECONNAISANCE: COGNITIVE SCALE
Identify
C1
Verify
C2
Refute
C3
Process
C3
Analyze
C4
Review
C5
CIVIL RECONNAISANCE: PHYSICAL SCALE
Observe
P1
Inspect
P2
Monitor
P3
Detect
P4
Verbs in Red do not exist in TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-1
Assess
C6
TEMPLATING - METT-TC
MISSION
METT-TC
POPULATION
AREA
Civil Considerations
• Size
• Ethnicities
• Religions
Terrain & Weather
• Urban, Desert,
Jungle, Mountain
• Season / Temp
METT-TC
METT-TC
RESOURCES
HN CAPACITY
Troops,Time,Support
METT-TC
Civil Considerations
METT-TC
MILITARY GOVERNMENT MISSION VERBS
SCA & TMA: COGNITIVE SCALE
Estimate
C2
Implement
C3
Manage
C4
Integrate
C5
Mitigate
C5
TMA ONLY
SCA & TMA: PHYSICAL SCALE
Train
P1
Educate
P2
Advise
P3
Influence
C6
Assist
P4
Direct
P4
Conduct
P5
Govern
P6
Verbs in Red do not exist in TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-1
Develop
C6
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GISD Interim Program Brief-updated9April2014