The Joint Planning and Execution Services (JPES) is the DoD's IT system that supports the policies, processes, procedures, and reporting structures needed to plan, execute, mobilize, deploy, employ, sustain, redeploy, and demobilize activities associated with Joint Operations. This service assists in the evaluation of processes and thus transforms the execution of Joint Operations.
Value to Our Mission Partners
JPES is a portfolio of capabilities that supports the contingency (deliberate), crisis action planning processes which rapidly transforms those joint operations plans into execution (movement) orders for the warfighters. Key elements of JPES include the JPES Framework (JFW) and Joint Force Projection (JFP).The JFW is a suite of software “infrastructure” components and services to support management, storage of, and access control to JPES data as web services enabled data objects as well as data distribution, synchronization, data business rule enforcement and workflow management in support of JPES capabilities.
The JFP Portal provides a single, integrated force projection picture that links operators and logisticians at Service, Joint, and Agency levels using real-time, web-based, and network-centric information systems. The JCRM is a web-based GFM tool that increases the efficiency of the GFM process by providing senior DoD decision makers with a consolidated database of joint forces, capabilities, and requirements. JCRM will transition to DISA from JS J31 in the July 2012 timeframe.
JPES capabilities consist of support operations, helpdesk, software license renewals, software error correction, information assurance vulnerability alert (IAVA) compliance in the Secret, development, training, and COOP nodes. Future efforts are aimed at completing the enhancement of adaptive planning and execution capabilities.