CV-2 Capability Taxonomy
Name Description
Battlespace Awareness (2) The ability to understand dispositions and intentions as well as the characteristics and conditions of the operational environment that bear on national and military decision-making.
Building Partnerships (8) The ability to set the conditions for interaction with partner, competitor or adversary leaders, military forces, or relevant populations by developing and presenting information and conducting activities to affect their perceptions, will, behavior, and capabilities.
Command and Control (5) The ability to exercise authority and direction by a properly designated commander or decision maker over assigned and attached forces and resources in the accomplishment of the mission.
Corporate Management and Support (9) The ability to provide strategic senior level, enterprise-wide leadership, direction, coordination, and oversight through a chief management officer function.
Force Application (3) The ability to integrate the use of maneuver and engagement in all environments to create the effects necessary to achieve mission objectives.
Force Support (1) The ability to establish, develop, maintain and manage a mission ready Total Force.
Joint Capability Area (JCA) Collections of like DOD activities functionally grouped to support capability analysis, strategy development, investment decision making, capability portfolio management, and capabilities-based force development and operational planning.
Logistics (4) The ability to project and sustain a logistically ready joint force through the deliberate sharing of national and multi-national resources to effectively support operations, extend operational reach and provide the joint force commander the freedom of action necessary to meet mission objectives.
Net-Centric (6) The ability to provide a framework for full human and technical connectivity and interoperability that allows all DoD users and mission partners to share the information they need, when they need it, in a form they can understand and act on with confidence, and protects information from those who should not have it.
Protection (7) The ability to prevent/mitigate adverse effects of attacks on personnel (combatant/non-combatant) and physical assets of the United States, allies and friends.