Joint Interagency Cooperation: The First Step

Bogdanos, Matthew F.
April 2005
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2005, Issue 37, p10
Focuses on the significance of integrated operations and the creation of the Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) which must permeate all phases of conflict and rebuilding of Iraq. Development of the joint doctrine and the development of the JIACG by the U.S. Central Command; Scope and limitation of the operation of the JIACG; Challenges to the JIACG operations; Issues for the Department of Defense and the National Security Council to address to ensure the continued existence of the JIACG.


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