Campaign Analysis Workshop

Starts:  Feb 28, 2022 09:00 (ET)
Ends:  Mar 3, 2022 17:00 (ET)
Associated with  MORS Community

With the rise of peer competition, campaign analysis has taken a central focus in analyses across the government, industry, and research laboratories. The defense community is increasingly using campaign analyses to examine force structure, concepts / doctrine, and operational planning questions. The community is entering into a new era of campaign analyses that leverage federated simulation environments, volumes of data, and increased operational complexities. As a result, new and old issues have surfaced that has necessitated a community-wide review of the purpose, processes, and tools required to conduct campaign analyses. The objective of this workshop is as follows:

To assist the campaign analysis community advance the state of the art by fostering discussion and collaboration across the community to jointly address the challenges we face in this new era of campaign analysis. These challenges include:

  1. Maintaining and building a trained workforce in the application of best tools, analyses, and practices
  2. Developing and maintaining collaboration between organizations (e.g. US Gov stakeholders, research labs, think tanks, industry, and allies)
  3. Credibly incorporating new or non-integrated effects into campaign analysis (e.g. logistics, SOF, cyber, information warfare, JADC2, ISR, BMC2, space, other non-kinetic effects)
  4. Learning from past successes and failures while preserving and building on the progress of successive workshops and community advancements
  5. Defining the characteristics for the next generation of campaign analysis and providing suggestions to achieve stated goals

This meeting will be Secret// NOFORN


Elizabeth Marriott
(703) 933-9073