Joint intelligence operations centers (JIOC) business process model & capabilities evaluation methodology
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A JIOC Business Process Model has been developed for use in evaluating JIOC capabilities. The model is described and depicted through OV5 and organization swim-lane diagrams. Individual intelligence activities diagrams are included. A JIOC evaluation methodology is described.
NPS Report NumberNPS-IS-12-001
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