Physical Security Equipment Action Group

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About the Joint Requirements Working Group


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The JRWG reviews the Services' research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E); Advanced Component Development and Prototypes (ACD&P); and System Development and Demonstration (SDD) physical security equipment proposals for harmonization and to eliminate duplication of effort prior to submission to the PSEAG.


The Joint Requirements Working Group (JRWG) is an action officer-level working group responsible for the review and harmonization of all newly identified Department of Defense (DoD) Physical Security Equipment Action Group (PSEAG) projects. In addition, the JRWG may also perform other missions at the request of the PSEAG Chair. Led by its Chairman who serves as the focal point for the execution of the JRWG duties; facilitates review of Services physical security equipment (PSE) capability requirements to determine joint interest; and, maintains current files of Service PSE capability requirements and meeting minutes, the JRWG is comprised of the following members:

Voting

Non-Voting/Advisory

U.S. Army

Defense Threat Reduction Agency

U.S. Navy

U.S. Army Product Manager, Force Protection Systems

U.S. Air Force

U.S. Army Military Police School

U.S. Marines

U.S. Air Force Electronic Systems Center, Force Protection SPO

 

U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command

 

U.S. Marine Corps Combat Development Command

 

U.S. Navy Commander, Fleet Forces Command

 

U.S. Navy Systems Command AT/FP Leadership Team

 

Chair, Security Equipment Integration Working Group (SEIWG)

 

Joint Staff, J-34


In addition to supporting project harmonization efforts, JRWG Voting Members submit draft capabilities documents on PSE efforts for coordination with DoD PSEAG Service components, and provide the JRWG any final copies of signed capabilities documentation.


The JRWG's requirements Harmonization mission is accomplished through the collection of project data and subsequent review and discussion with the Voting Members. Several months prior to the annual Harmonization Meeting, the JRWG issues a data call to the Services for on-going (e.g., calendar year), proposed budget year (BY), and the following BY +1 for research, development, test, and evaluation of conventional PSE projects in response to capability needs identified in the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System or Joint Urgent Operational Needs process. The JRWG then convenes to review the project proposals and harmonize the submissions, with results briefed during the subsequent PSEAG Executive Session.



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