MODAF Concepts & Doctrine Community of Interest Deskbook

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MODAF uses six Viewpoints, each consisting of a number of modelling Views, to cover the complexity of MOD activities as shown in Figure 2-1. Not all MODAF Viewpoints and Views are needed for every architecture and it is intended that users select appropriate ones in order to most effectively represent their area of interest. MODAF may be applied across a wide variety of MOD processes, including capability management, acquisition, operational analysis, planning and through-life management. Applied appropriately MODAF should be an enabler to the successful delivery of Network Enabled Capability (NEC)1. Amongst the benefits of MODAF within the Concepts & Doctrine processes are:

• Improved articulation of concepts to identified defence capabilities
• Improved identification and management of cross-capability dependencies
• Better support for concept generation and capability development and assessment
• Ensure better capability selection, endorsement and integration across all DLODs

2.2 Guide to Deskbook
2.2.1 Purpose
The purpose of this document is to:
• Assist relevant members of the Concepts & Doctrine community to produce MODAF compliant architectures
• Illustrate to the general Concepts & Doctrine community how the MODAF Views within these architectures can support the various elements of their processes and activities.

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