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CJCSI 6260.01D

COALITION WARRIOR INTEROPERABILITY DEMONSTRATION (CWID)

active, Most Current
Organization: CJCS
Publication Date: 31 August 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 68
scope:

Purpose.

This instruction establishes guidelines and assigns responsibilities for planning and executing CWID. CWID is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's premier annual event that enables U.S. combatant commands, coalition partners, U.S. Military Services, DOD agencies (C/C/S/As), and homeland security/homeland defense (HS/HD) organizations to explore and assess products that focus on timely and relevant objectives in order to solve command and control (C2), communications systems, and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capability gaps. CWID enhances interoperability and/or validates interoperability of current operational systems. The intent of CWID is to identify, investigate, and assess C2, communications systems, and ISR technologies capable of being fielded into an operational environment within 6 to 24 months following CWID execution. CWID also serves as a venue for spiral development or validation of fielded/near-fielded systems to accelerate development and/or reduce program risk.

Applicability.

This instruction applies to the Joint Staff, Military Services, combatant commands, and participating government HS/HD agencies.

Document History

CJCSI 6260.01D
August 31, 2009
COALITION WARRIOR INTEROPERABILITY DEMONSTRATION (CWID)
Purpose. This instruction establishes guidelines and assigns responsibilities for planning and executing CWID. CWID is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's premier annual event that enables...
January 18, 2008
COALITION WARRIOR INTEROPERABILITY DEMONSTRATION (CWID)
Purpose. This instruction establishes guidelines and assigns responsibilities for planning and executing CWID. CWID is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's premier annual event that enables...

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