JNWC posts RFI
On October 7, the Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) posted a request for information (RFI). Responses are due by 2:00 p.m. Mountain on October 21.
JNWC is the Department of Defense (DoD) center of excellence for Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR). The JNWC exists to provide NAVWAR operational support to the joint warfighter; conduct operational assessments of mission-level operations that use positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) information and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) in threat-representative environments; conduct NAVWAR engineering and analysis at mission, system and platform level; formulate NAVWAR
policy and requirements; and collect and retain NAVWAR information.
The JNWC mission is to enable PNT superiority for the DoD, interagency partners, and the
coalition. The JNWC executes three lines of effort to accomplish its mission: create NAVWAR
knowledge for PNT superiority, operationalize PNT superiority, and institutionalize PNT
- Create NAVWAR knowledge for PNT superiority consists of conducting PNT
operational field assessments; participating in command post and exercises conducted by other commands , participating in field events or observing field events conducted by other commands, performing engineering studies and analysis;, analyzing data provided by other personnel; assessing and disseminating intelligence; maintaining an online Armory of NAVWAR information and tools at various levels of classification; and maintaining a central repository of DoD NAVWAR data .
- Operationalize PNT superiority consists of providing NAVWAR planning and operations subject matter expertise to Combatant Commanders (CCMD), Services, interagency and coalition partners (as needed) to achieve PNT superiority.
- Institutionalizing PNT superiority consists of advocating DoD-wide activities to fully integrate NAVWAR into military policy, doctrine and operations and the future force structure in order to achieve PNT superiority.
The JNWC is a joint Department of Defense organization within U. S. Space Command
(USSPACECOM) and as such, operates using established joint DoD processes. Contractor support is needed to support all three lines of effort and to provide basic mission support services to the organization.
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