Joint Operational Engineering Board
Joint Operational Engineering Board (JOEB) The JOEB serves as the senior advisory council and proponent, for joint engineering force throughout the Global Force Management process, Capability Portfolio Management process, the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process and the acquisition system. The JOEB’s responsibilities include but are not limited to identifying, validating, and prioritizing joint operational engineering capability requirements and solutions. Additionally, the JOEB will make investment recommendations for the Engineering capabilities area to the Joint Logistics Portfolio Manager. The JOEB will participate in identifying capability gaps, shortfalls and overlaps and recommending the best approach to resolve them. The JOEB is co-chaired by the Chief of Engineers (who serves as the Engineering Capabilities Area Manager (EN CAM)) and the Director, Joint Staff Logistics Directorate (DJ4). The JOEB executes its responsibilities through the JOEB Coordination Group (JCG) which serves as the gatekeeper for issues/initiatives impacting joint engineer force development and management, as well as, engineering capability area management. The JCG meets monthly and its principal members are the 06/GS15 representatives from the JS J4-Engineer Division, the EN CAM Action Officer, Army Office of the Chief of Engineers, Navy NAVFAC, USMC IL&E, and Air Force Director of Civil Engineering. The JOEB also uses Working Groups to address key areas and to provide an enduring framework to address issues from concept to employment. Those key areas include future concepts, capabilities and readiness, joint doctrine and training, integrating distinct Service elements into a joint engineering force, and sourcing engineering capacity to meet global needs. There are 3 standing working groups: -Capabilities (CWG): focused on identifying capability requirements to ensure the joint engineering community is responsive to global engineering demands. -Doctrine and Training (DTWG): focused on the joint doctrine, training, and education required to develop future joint leaders and utilize engineering capability to effectively meet global requirements. -Sourcing and Sufficiency (SSWG): focused on developing a forward looking Joint Engineering perspective to identify and shape global requirements, and integrate Service Engineer capacities, and identify force structure risks. Joint Operational Engineering Board (JOEB) The JOEB serves as the senior advisory council and proponent, for joint engineering force throughout the Global Force Management process, Capability Portfolio Management process, the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process and the acquisition system. The JOEB’s responsibilities include but are not limited to identifying, validating, and prioritizing joint operational engineering capability requirements and solutions. Additionally, the JOEB will make investment recommendations for the Engineering capabilities area to the Joint Logistics Portfolio Manager. The JOEB will participate in identifying capability gaps, shortfalls and overlaps and recommending the best approach to resolve them. The JOEB is co-chaired by the Chief of Engineers (who serves as the Engineering Capabilities Area Manager (EN CAM)) and the Director, Joint Staff Logistics Directorate (DJ4). The JOEB executes its responsibilities through the JOEB Coordination Group (JCG) which serves as the gatekeeper for issues/initiatives impacting joint engineer force development and management, as well as, engineering capability area management. The JCG meets monthly and its principal members are the 06/GS15 representatives from the JS J4-Engineer Division, the EN CAM Action Officer, Army Office of the Chief of Engineers, Navy NAVFAC, USMC IL&E, and Air Force Director of Civil Engineering. The JOEB also uses Working Groups to address key areas and to provide an enduring framework to address issues from concept to employment. Those key areas include future concepts, capabilities and readiness, joint doctrine and training, integrating distinct Service elements into a joint engineering force, and sourcing engineering capacity to meet global needs. There are 3 standing working groups: -Capabilities (CWG): focused on identifying capability requirements to ensure the joint engineering community is responsive to global engineering demands. -Doctrine and Training (DTWG): focused on the joint doctrine, training, and education required to develop future joint leaders and utilize engineering capability to effectively meet global requirements. -Sourcing and Sufficiency (SSWG): focused on developing a forward looking Joint Engineering perspective to identify and shape global requirements, and integrate Service Engineer capacities, and identify force structure risks.

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