The Department of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, CCJ8 Analysis and Requirements Division (CCJ8-AR) at US Center Command Headquarters recently awarded a contract to MYMIC and its prime contractor partner in June 2014. The CCJ8-ARC supports CCJ8’s role as the principal advisor to the Commander, USCENTCOM, regarding war fighting capability shortfalls and mission deficiencies via a joint concepts-centric capabilities based planning (CBA) process. These processes and procedures are fulfilled through JCIDS. CCJ8-ARC also fulfills tasks and requirement justification from Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Staff, and other DOD agencies.
CCJ8 Analysis and Requirements Division (CCJ8-AR) at US Center Command Headquarters, MacDill AFB, FL, provides analysis and simulation capabilities to support US Center Command Commander (USCENTCOM CDR) and his staff and components during adaptive planning and execution, joint strategic planning and acts as the USCENTCOM focal point(Gatekeeper) for Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Joint Staff Capabilities Based Planning (CBP) Process using the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) processes and tasks. These processes support the Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) directed Functional Capabilities Board activities. CCJ8-AR acts as the Joint Modeling and Simulation (JM&S) focal point for the command, and provides operations research support. CCJ8-AR also serves as the primary coordinator for all Joint Staff studies and analysis related to the Analytic Agenda requiring USCENTCOM participation.