F103 Total Army Analysis TAA and Planning Programming Budgeting and Execution PPBE Notes

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F103 Total Army Analysis (TAA) and Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE)

In this lesson you will continue to review the key agencies and major force management processes used in developing warfighting capability provided to combatant comman
Key agencies
Major force management processes
Used in developing warfighting capability provided to combatant commanders for the operational environment.

You will focus on the relationship between the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution process and the Total Army Analysis process, the fourth phase of the force development p

You will address Total Army Analysis, the process that takes us from the Army of today to the Army of the future.

You will also address
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This diagram graphically displays the relationship between strategic documents used in PPBE and the phase of PPBE to which they are relevant.

Strategic Documents and PPBE
While grouped linearly, it is important to

remember that this is done to clearly show

strategic documents’ relationships with PPBE


PPBE is an iterative process that does not rigidly

“flow” from one discrete step to the next.

TAA is a subset of the Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) system, which is itself a subset of DOD-level Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution. .
The six principles of Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution are as follows

PPBE Principles
Decisions should be based on explicit criteria of national interest, not on compromises among institutional forces.
Needs and costs must be considered simultaneously.
Major decisions should be made by choices among explicit, balanced, and feasible alternatives.
The Secretary should have an active, analytic staff to provide him with relevant data and unbiased perspectives.
Open and explicit analysis, available to all parties, must form the basis for major decisions.
A multi-year force and financial plan is required to project the consequences of present decisions into the future.

General Description
While PPBE is primarily an internal DOD system, it has become an integral part of Congress’

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