Global Force Management Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
global force management
1.) A process to align assignment, allocation, and apportionment of forces to combatant commanders in support of the national defense strategy and joint force availability requirements.
2.) A process that provides near-term sourcing solutions while providing the integrating mechanism between force apportionment, allocation, and assignment. Also call GFM.
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Term Classification: miscellaneous
Department of Defence, Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
Term sourced from DODI 8260.03: The Global Force Management Data Initiative (GFM DI), updated February 2014 View source document
This term is marked as active and was last updated in 2015
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