DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE AIR INTELLIGENCE AGENCY MISSION DIRECTIVE 1501
HQ AIR INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 1 AUGUST 1996
HQ AIA ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS CHART BOOK
The Air Intelligence Agency (AIA) is a field operating agency of the United States Air Force (USAF). It is the single agency for the performance of US Air Force-wide intelligence roles and functions.
Unit Manpower Document (UMD) 2
Common Functions and Tasks 3
Command Section 4
Office of the Civil Engineer 5
The Operations Directorate 6
The Personnel Directorate 7
The Financial Management and Comptroller Directorate 8
The Office of the Chaplain 9
The History Office 10
The Inspector General Office 11
The Staff Judge Advocate Office 12
The Logistics Directorate 13
The Public Affairs Office 14
The Quality Office 15
The Reserve Affairs Office 16
The Communications and Information Directorate 17
The Safety Office 18
The Office of the Surgeon 19
The Security Office 20
The Plans and Requirements Directorate 21
The Air Force Cryptologic Office 22
1. Glossary of Terms and Acronyms 26
2. Organization Structure Codes 28
1. Introduction. The overall Air Intelligence Agency (AIA) mission is reflected in Air Force Mission Directive 15. AIAMD 1501 is the official statement of the organization and functions of HQ AIA. It identifies the approved functions and responsibilities assigned to the HQ AIA staff elements through branch level.
2. Unit Manpower Document (UMD). The relationship between the HQ AIA mission directive and the UMD:
2.1. This mission directive prescribes the organization and functions of the HQ AIA staff while the UMD contains approved manpower authorizations of the HQ AIA staff elements.
2.2. The two documents must agree from an organizational structure standpoint. Although requests for changes to the organization affecting the HQ AIA UMD are submitted concurrently as prescribed below, permission must be granted to amend the organization before UMD changes are processed.
2.3. Each HQ AIA organizational element is preceded by a group of letters reflecting an organization structure code (OSC) or functional address symbol. The first two characters identify the basic organization element, and subsequent characters subdivide the basic element into subordinate organizational levels. The OSC identifies the internal organization of the agency staff and arranges manpower authorizations in the UMD on the basis of organization structures contained in this mission directive.
3. Common Functions and Tasks. The following functions and tasks are common to all staff offices and are considered integral parts of the responsibilities assigned to the individual staff offices. Directors, chiefs of major staff offices, and other supervisory personnel:
3.1. Effectively and economically plan, organize, coordinate, direct, and control the operations of their respective organizational elements.
3.2 Provide internal management and administration of their activities. This includes performing such tasks as preparing, filing, and disposing of correspondence, reports, records, and other documents related to interoffice operations; obtaining office supplies and equipment from appropriate sources; managing assigned personnel; effecting proper security controls; and providing the staff office input to intraheadquarters documents, such as the AIA information summary, AIA history, program action directives (PAD), and financial plans.
3.3. Provide advice to the commander and staff; prepare, review, and implement plans; exercise staff supervision and coordination over actions; and establish liaison with appropriate higher, lower, and lateral headquarters.
3.4. As mission and responsibilities change, review their overall structure and operating procedures to ensure that wasteful organizational and supervisory practices do not exist. Examples are over-supervision, layering of vertical supervision, organizational fragmentation, questionable assignment of responsibility, faulty structuring, and "tandem" review by a deputy and chief. Submit necessary changes according to the instructions in paragraphs 3.6. and 3.7.
3.5. Must submit proposed organizational changes to the Chief, Manpower and Organization Division (HQ AIA/XRM) for approval. HQ AIA/XRM forwards major changes to the Vice Commander (HQ AIA/CV) for approval prior to submitting the proposal to the Director of Intelligence (HQ USAF/IN) and Director of Programs and Evaluation (HQ USAF/PE) for their information.
3.5.1. Examples of changes requiring the HQ AIA/CV approval include:
126.96.36.199. Establishing or discontinuing two-letter organizational elements.
188.8.131.52. Transferring functions between directorates or special staff offices.
3.5.2. Examples of changes requiring the HQ AIA/XRM approval include:
184.108.40.206. Significant realigning of organizational elements or functions within a directorate or special staff office involving the transfer of personnel or substantial workloads.
220.127.116.11. Adding new functions or deleting current functions bearing on the overall workloads and manning requirements of HQ AIA. Staff offices will not make any changes in organization or functions before obtaining approval of such changes according to the procedures prescribed herein.
3.6. Propose changes to the headquarters organization. Submit proposed changes involving any level of the AIA headquarters organization to HQ AIA/XRM. Submit proposals according to AFI 38-101, paragraph 5.2 and include the following information:
3.6.1. A summary of recommended changes with narrative justification for each change which specifically addresses productivity improvement in quantitative terms. Include why current organization is ineffective.
3.6.2. Organizational charts, both present and proposed, showing proposed organization down through lowest level, together with a manpower-authorization summary by category (officer, enlisted, civilian) for each organizational element.
3.6.3. Updated functional statements, written in concise language, present tense, and restricted to major functions or programs of the division.
3.6.4. Requested changes to the UMD.
3.7. Arrange to brief HQ AIA/CV when a proposed change to a staff function involves redesignating or realigning staff elements or changes manpower authorizations (number, title, Air Force specialty code, etcetera) in the conceptual phase. Acceptance of the preliminary briefing does not constitute sanction or approval of the proposal but authorizes further development and submission through existing channels. The briefing explains the following key points:
3.7.1. What mission or workload changes generated the organizational change request.
3.7.2. What the manpower costs are (plus or minus in spaces or grades) now and in the future.
3.7.3. What new organizational elements are being proposed; for example, divisions, branches, sections.
4. Command Section. The command section and staff include:
4.1. Commander (HQ AIA/CC). The duties of AIA/CC include Chief of the Air Force Service Cryptologic Element (SCE) and the Director of the Joint Command and Control Warfare Center (JC2WC). AIA/CC directs policies to accomplish AIA missions and responsibilities.
4.2. Vice Commander (HQ AIA/CV). HQ AIA/CV assists AIA/CC in discharging agency missions and responsibilities. HQ AIA/CV acts for the commander in his or her absence.
4.3. Technical Director (HQ AIA/CA). HQ AIA/CA assists the commander in discharging the agency missions and responsibilities with special emphasis on agency technical plans and programs.
4.4. Senior Enlisted Advisor (HQ AIA/CCC). HQ AIA/CCC advises the commander on matters of health, welfare, morale, and the utilization of enlisted personnel within the agency. HQ AIA/CCC evaluates the quality of the noncommissioned officer leadership and monitors the enlisted forces' compliance with US Air Force standards.
4.5. Mobility Assistant to the Commander (HQ AIA/CCR). HQ AIA/CCR acts as vice commander in the absence of the commander when the vice commander is filling the role of commander. HQ AIA/CCR is Mobilization Assistant to the Commander.
4.6. Staff Support (HQ AIA/CS). HQ AIA/CS manages organizational and staff procedures and activities for the commander and vice commander. Supervises and provides executive services (administration, protocol, presentation team and action group) to command section. Focal point for AIA headquarters corporate issues and actions. Responsible for all command section equipment and introduction of new technologies.
4.6.1. Executive Services (HQ AIA/CSE). HQ AIA/CSE reviews all incoming and outgoing correspondence for the command section. Provides essential information management support for the commander, vice commander, chief of staff support and technical director. Introduces new technology and information management systems for use by the command section personnel. Maintains schedule control of the Commander's Conference Room. Files repository for command section correspondence. Validates the major command (MAJCOM) airlift for command section personnel. Plans, coordinates and schedules all continental United States and overseas travel for the commander, vice commander, and technical director. Develops and coordinates itinerary and content of the commander's field visitation program.
4.6.2. Protocol (HQ AIA/CSP). HQ AIA/CSP Greets all distinguished visitors (0-6 and above, civilian equivalent, and all foreign visitors). Manages the distinguished visitors programs. Arranges and supervises official social functions for the commander and vice commander. Manages the commander's contingency fund. Advises the agency on protocol matters. Reserves hotel accommodations, assists in travel arrangements for distinguished visitors. Coordinates and prepares agenda for weekly distinguished visitors report. Plans and coordinates agency ceremonies to include monthly retirement ceremonies, awards ceremonies, etcetera.
4.6.3. Audiovisual and Presentations (HQ AIA/CSR). HQ AIA/CSR develops, maintains, and presents (upon request) the agency overview briefings. Assists AIA activities in developing briefings. Maintains the commanders' audiovisual briefing aids. Operates the specialized audiovisual equipment for the Command Section. Ensures that the audiovisual equipment in the Bernard A. Larger Auditorium and the Commander's Conference Room are operable. Schedules the use of the Bernard A. Larger Auditorium. Instructs AIA personnel on using audiovisual equipment. Narrates special events sponsored by the command section.
4.6.4 Commander's Action Group (HQ AIA/CSX). HQ AIA/CSX assists, advises, and performs special projects for commander. Develops decision papers, researches and writes speeches and articles and prepares briefings for the commander and vice commander. Maintains liaison with senior staff members in Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), service headquarters, and the National Security Agency (NSA).
5. Office of the Civil Engineer:
5.1. The Civil Engineer (HQ AIA/CE). Provides professional engineering capability (tasking, policy, guidance) directly supporting national intelligence, electronic combat, and command, control, communications countermeasures (C3CM) missions. Advises and assists intelligence units and their hosts in the operations and maintenance of facility and utility resources valued in excess of $1 billion at over 100 locations worldwide. Provides engineering consulting services to NSA and other Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.
5.1.1. Civil Engineer Operations (HQ AIA/CEO). HQ AIA/CEO develops operating policy and criterions for mechanical, electrical, and architectural systems at all agency operating locations. Identifies deficiencies in facilities and utilities systems supporting AIA units and works with host base and MAJCOMs to ensure adequacy and reliability. In conjunction with public law, executive orders, host MAJCOM policy, HQ Air Force Civil Engineering Support Agency, and according to applicable engineering technical letter requirements, provides technical guidance in the design and construction of facility, utility and architectural systems relating to energy conservation, environmental protection, and Americans with Disabilities Act programs. Manages the agency power conditioning and continuation interface and emergency power and generator program. Provides AIA policy and direction to the appointed design agency (United States Corps of Engineers, United States Navy Office in Charge of Construction, 67th Intelligence Wing, National Air Intelligence Center [NAIC], etcetera) for facility design for both mission and quality of life projects.
5.1.2. Civil Engineer Programs (HQ AIA/CEP). HQ AIA/CEP oversees the programming and financial management expertise to identify, develop, validate, program, budget, and acquire facility projects in the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) and Military construction programs to support AIA operational missions and quality of life for its people. Is a member of the AIA Requirements Execution Panel (REP) and the AIA Program Review Panel (PRP). Provides engineering expertise to the AIA PAD system in direct support of new and changing mission requirements. Programs the design and construction requirements for the Mobile Engineering Alteration and Repair Team to support the facility and utility requirements of AIA, NSA, and other agencies. Serves as liaison for AIA in dealing with host and agency military family housing, unaccompanied enlisted personnel housing, and services.
6. The Operations Directorate:
6.1. Operations (HQ AIA/DO). HQ AIA/DO oversees and directs integration of all-source signals intelligence (SIGINT), measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT), human intelligence (HUMINT), scientific and technical intelligence, and general military intelligence collection and production activities into products which directly support United States Air Force (USAF) operations and air component commands. HQ AIA/DO develops operational policy, plans, directives, and resource allocation decisions necessary to perform the operational mission of AIA. Develops and implements concepts of operations for AIA missions. Oversees operational readiness, customer requirements and support of AIA, and the measurements necessary to assess the effectiveness of support provided. Directs the Air Force communications security (COMSEC) surveillance mission as specified in AFR 56-8. Oversees and directs Agency participation in the DoD Foreign Material Exploitation Program and various other special access projects. Chairs the AIA operations security (OPSEC) Board. Manages the SENSOR OLYMPICS Program.
6.1.1. Current Operations (HQ AIA/DOO). The HQ AIA/DOO is the AIA functional manager for all intelligence functions (INT) (SIGINT, MASINT, imagery intelligence [IMINT], [HUMINT], open source intelligence [OSINT]) airborne reconnaissance, securities, counter intelligence, and agency participation in the US Air Force Foreign Materiel Program. HQ AIA/DOO is HQ AIA/DO focal point for AIA operations; responsible for providing management oversight, guidance, and technical expertise regarding program and project health, status, and overall effectiveness. Program advocate and point of contact for current capabilities; provides advice and technical assistance to HQ AIA/DO and headquarters staff on all operational issues and programs; identifies program and system shortfalls, and improvement opportunities. Develops policy and provides oversight for all operational aspects and issues of AIA-intelligence disciplines. The office of primary responsibility (OPR) for SENSOR OLYMPICS and national and US Air Force-intelligence awards programs. HQ AIA/DO focal point for operations support, including daily intelligence summaries, computer integration and interface, intelligence operations assessments, and training. The agency OPR for the Tactical Information Broadcast Service (TIBS), directs and oversees all aspects of the program. Represents AIA at national, service, and joint working groups, steering groups, and committees.
18.104.22.168. Current Operations (HQ AIA/DOOO). HQ AIA/DOOO is the functional manager for SIGINT, MASINT, IMINT, HUMINT, OSINT and airborne reconnaissance. Develops and implements policies, methodologies, and procedures supporting worldwide AIA, US Air Force, and national level programs. Conducts oversight of all operational aspects and issues of AIA intelligence disciplines. Maintains knowledge of current systems capabilities and requirements, identifies required system and program upgrades, and provides technical expertise and capabilities assessments to HQ AIA/DOO, the HQ AIA/DO, and across the headquarters staff. Interprets operations feedback data and determines overall operations effectiveness. Provides background and information packages, and recommendations to assist in establishing policy, guidance, and management oversight. Develops intelligence architectures, concepts of operations, and short term plans for ground, air, and mobile operations in support of strategic and tactical warfighter needs. Represents AIA in national, service, and joint working groups, steering groups, committees, etcetera.
22.214.171.124. Current Operations Support (HQ AIA/DOOS). HQ AIA/DOOS is focal point and headquarters OPR for Securities and Red Force activity, Operations effectiveness (OPS TEMPO), daily intelligence summaries, HQ AIA/DO training, counter intelligence, and directorate computer and network activities. Develops and implements methodologies to assess operational capabilities and performance of AIA subordinate units and centers; offers solutions to operational problems and situations. Develops and implements OPS TEMPO policy and provides technical assistance to division, HQ AIA/DO, and headquarters staff on capabilities and operational effectiveness of AIA's Red Force Information Warfare program. Provides guidance and direction to AIA Red Force elements accomplishing detection, jamming, and analysis during USAF and joint exercises. Participates in development of doctrine and policy with national, DoD, and USAF agencies concerning communications and computer security monitoring and assessment and provides oversight for USAF compliance with national level general counsel direction. Responsible for HQ AIA/DO automation architecture planning, requirements identification and evaluation, systems upgrades, system security, and general user support. Manages specified intelligence awards and recognition programs for AIA and USAF, including SENSOR OLYMPICS, the Air Force Intelligence Awards Program, and others as directed by the Air Staff and HQ AIA/CC.
126.96.36.199. Tactical Information Broadcast Service (TIBS)-Special Management Office (HQ AIA/DOOT). HQ AIA/DOOT manages the worldwide TIBS; the DoD executive agent for TIBS, and chairs the Joint TIBS Policy Steering Group. Develops operational concepts, defines TIBS requirements and upgrades, and ensures network configurations and reporting capabilities meet warfighters' needs. Standardizes the operating procedures and training curricula supporting worldwide national, joint, and allied operations. Conducts research and development as required to support present and future requirements; ensures interoperability with existing and future tactical information systems. Validates TIBS user and producer requirements and determines funding, manning, and associated acquisition and deployment costs to support peacetime and contingency needs. Coordinates and oversees TIBS configuration management, engineering and installation activities, control of crypto-key systems, and security of information transmitted using the TIBS' links. Works with national, USAF, and joint organizations to ensure compatibility of systems and integration of a common transmission processing, and fusion broadcast capability.
6.1.2. Space and Advanced Programs (HQ AIA/DOS). HQ AIA/DOS organizes, mans, trains and equips Air Force 1-1 precedence operational and developmental space and advanced programs. These programs include a network of nine special signal processing sites providing critical information to combat commanders. Establishes policy and guidance for intelligence support to these programs. Manages project upgrades and O&M requirements. Coordinates directly with unified and specified commands and air component commands to develop operations to support their requirements. Manages an annual budget of over $40 million. Maintains security for all personnel and programs.
188.8.131.52. Space and Advanced Programs Integration (HQ AIA/DOSI). HQ AIA/DOSI processes data requirements and manages data base support for space and advanced programs. Provides customer interface for intelligence requirements. Develops and processes mission need statements, operational requirements documents, and tactical requirements documents. Executive agent for Collection and Production Committees and provides interface with the Intelligence Requirements and Studies Group. Tracks intelligence requirements, tasking, collection, and production. Develops and maintains networks and data bases for space and advanced programs. Provides customer interface for these networks and data bases. Represents AIA headquarters in space and advanced programs intelligence requirements and exercise support forums and meetings.
184.108.40.206. Space and Advanced Programs (HQ AIA/DOSP). HQ AIA/DOSP develops and manages special studies. Manages security and oversight for special projects. Coordinates studies and projects with field sites, special labs and analysis entities. Interfaces with General Counsels of the US Air Force and NSA on legal matters. Develops and tracks special operational tasking. Develops future plans for special studies on intelligence, operations, and equipment architectures.
220.127.116.11. Space and Advanced Programs Resources (HQ AIA/DOSR). HQ AIA/DOSR administratively interfaces between HQ AIA/DOS and AIA headquarters and Kelly Air Force Base. Tracks action items and message traffic. Coordinates weekly command section and distinguished visitor briefings. Interfaces with the Inspector General (HQ AIA/IG) for HQ AIA/DOS and space advanced program units' Quality Air Force Assessment (QAFA) programs. Oversees HQ AIA/DOS facilities and equipment. Manages HQ AIA/DOS administrative requirements including document control and orderly room tasked details. Manages HQ AIA/DOS and subordinate units personnel, information, emissions, and physical security. Manages personnel resources for HQ AIA/DOS, field units, Air Force Information Warfare Center (AFIWC), and special activities. Interfaces with Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC), the Director of Personnel (HQ AIA/DP), and the Director of Plans and Requirements (HQ AIA/XR), and other MAJCOMs regarding personnel issues. Develops HQ AIA/DOS personnel development and physical fitness programs. Develops and maintains historical records and inputs for HQ AIA/DOS and space and advanced programs units.
18.104.22.168. Space and Advanced Programs Technical Support (HQ AIA/DOST). HQ AIA/DOST provides contracting and engineering support for space and advanced programs. Assists HQ AIA/DOSX with Contracting Offices Technical Representative responsibilities. Manages construction and engineering designs, reviews, and site surveys for HQ AIA/DOS, subordinate field sites, and associated activities. Develops specifications and statements of work. Interfaces with HQ AIA/LGC and legal office on contractual matters. Manages contract employees. HQ AIA/DOST provides automated data processing support including developing and maintaining hardware and software for a multilevel-secure local area network (LAN) and worldwide area network (WAN) and all associated network and database functions. Chairs Communications and Computer Board (CCB) for HQ AIA/DOS. Oversees communications, computers, and other equipment and software for HQ AIA/DOS, field sites, and associated activities. Interfaces with the Director of Logistics (HQ AIA/LG) and Communications and Information (HQ AIA/SC) for communications and computer management.
22.214.171.124. Space and Advanced Programs Plans and Programs (HQ AIA/DOSX). HQ AIA/DOSX provides HQ AIA planning, programming, budgeting, and financial execution of space and advanced programs directly supporting warfighters. Develops strategies and headquarters policies. Oversees concept exploration and technology development activities. Advocates and coordinates worldwide requirements with the Air Staff, Secretariat of the Air Force for Acquisition (SAF/AQ), and Air Force Space Command (AFSPC). Builds, justifies, and advocates input to the program objective memorandum (POM) and program decision packages (PDP). Tracks current program cost, schedule, and performance and coordinates future program acquisition policy and requirements with Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC).
126.96.36.199. Space and Advanced Programs Operations (HQ AIA/DOSZ). HQ AIA/DOSZ manages operational space and advanced programs, systems, and projects. Provides policy and guidance for these operations. Directs SIGINT support to AFSPC with NSA for system upgrades, new systems, training requirements, and program advocacy. Interfaces with NSA space projects and liaisons with other space agencies for operational requirements. Develops doctrine and headquarters directives for operations and training. HQ AIA/DOSZ manages the concept of operations (CONOPS), operational plans (OPLANS), and intercommand and interagency operations memorandums of agreement (MOA) and memorandums of understanding (MOU). Interfaces with HQ AIA/SC and AFIWC for support to operations. Supports field units operations at six sites and expansion to mobile capabilities. Interfaces with HQ AIA/DOSR, HQ AIA/IG, and AFSPC for QAFA programs at supported units. Interfaces with HQ AIA/DOST for technical support to AFIWC operations and field sites. Supports national operations and provides customer interface for operational support to warfighters.
6.1.3. Operations Plans (HQ AIA/DOX). HQ AIA/DOX draws on a predominance of operational experience to ensure the right information gets to the right warfighting personnel in the field in time to make the winning difference.
188.8.131.52. Information Warfare Operations (HQ AIA/DOXI). HQ AIA/DOXI is the single point of contact within AIA for intelligence support to the warfighter's application of information warfare (IW). Ensures AIA's electronic combat, OPSEC, psychological operations, and deception assets are focused across AIA in order to provide seamless intelligence support to the air warrior. Provides oversight and develops policy, plans and resource allocation recommendations to AIA on how best to support the customer's requirements for IW.
184.108.40.206. Combat Applications and Customer Support (HQ AIA/DOXR). HQ AIA/DOXR provides operational perspective to the AIA staff. HQ AIA/DOXR plans, evaluates, analyzes, and reports on intelligence support to the warfighter. Ensures AIA's intelligence, electronic combat, and security assets are correctly focused on support to the warfighters and the acquisition community. Develops concepts on new applications of AIA resources and serves as the single point of contact on the AIA staff for all outside users of AIA intelligence products. Charged with educating the operational USAF on intelligence capabilities, products, and services. The agency focal point for limited access weapons system acquisition programs.
220.127.116.11. Intelligence Requirements (HQ AIA/DOXS). HQ AIA/DOXS is the Air Force process owner for validating, prioritizing, advocating, monitoring, and facilitating the satisfaction of USAF intelligence requirements. Acts as the Air Force representative on national committees concerned with the evaluation and validation of intelligence requirements. HQ AIA/DOXS is the Air Force validation office for production requirements and access to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and NSA accounts and products. HQ AIA/DOXS is also the Air Force focal point for all issues, activities, and actions relative to the evaluation and validation of intelligence requirements and for the evaluation of customer satisfaction relative to these requirements.
18.104.22.168. Plans and Readiness (HQ AIA/DOXX). HQ AIA/DOXX oversees AIA wartime and contingency support operations planning responsive to the JCS, HQ USAF, and national agency tasking. Provides planning guidance for agency SIGINT, electronic combat, and signals security tailored wartime packages for United States Air Forces Europe, Pacific Air Forces, Central Air Force and Southern Air Force areas of responsibility. Supervises worldwide unit type code (UTC) development for all intelligence UTCs. Manages, analyzes, and evaluates the status of resources and training system (SORTS) reporting program. HQ AIA/DOXX is the AIA representative to HQ USAF for SORTS conferences, which requires full understanding of JCS initiatives. Keeps HQ AIA/CC apprised of units' readiness, highlights and validates shortfalls, and makes recommendations for corrective action. Provides detailed guidance to subordinate organizations for program requirements, application and analysis. Develops designed operational capability statements by conducting annual reviews and making comparisons with units' historical data, AIA War Mobilization Plan II, UTC tasking and OPLAN tasking. Plans, coordinates, and monitors AIA participation in all tasked JCS and Air Force component command exercises. Represents AIA at exercise development and planning conferences, manages the JCS exercise funds for AIA, and determines initial allocations across the agency to provide optimum support to JCS, HQ USAF, MAJCOMs and joint activities.
6.1.4. Operational Planning and Integration (HQ AIA/DOZ). HQ AIA/DOZ plans and implements policies and initiatives which focus AIA mission capabilities in a manner consistent with air intelligence requirements. Primary focal point within HQ AIA/DO for providing core modeling capability and operations planning support. Serves as the HQ AIA/DO lead for integrating and applying resources to support AIA core competencies and enterprise areas. Orchestrates secretariat level solutions to gaps between functional requirements and the AIA strategic plan. HQ AIA/DOZ facilitates consensus building among AIA enterprise area , management teams and functional managers to create a virtual organizational process.
22.214.171.124. Operations Process Assessment (HQ AIA/DOZB). HQ AIA/DOZB provides core modeling capability in support of AIA Enterprise Integration. Assists AIA process owners at the center, wing, and unit level in developing modeling capabilities. Coordinates modeling projects with affected Enterprise Area managers, headquarters point of contacts POC, and field units. Identifies methodologies, tools and resources required to perform Integrated Computer Manufacturing Definition Methodology modeling initiatives. Primary HQ AIA/DO representative to the PRP.
126.96.36.199. Operations Integration (HQ AIA/DOZI). HQ AIA/DOZI develops operational strategies for the integrated application of AIA capabilities (near term) to satisfy air component requirements for contingency, Joint Task Force and Allied and Coalition operations. Orchestrates, in concert with HQ AIA/XR, the development of customer-oriented operational intelligence priorities for resource programming. According to the AIA Strategic Plan, manages functional process reengineering efforts (long term) to posture AIA to meet future AIA component intelligence requirements. Provides policy guidance and oversight to AIA Enterprise Area Management Teams. Serves as the AIA Functional Manager for Counterproliferation issues. HQ AIA/DOZI is the HQ AIA/DO representative to the REP.
188.8.131.52. Operations Planning (HQ AIA/DOZP). HQ AIA/DOZP conducts cross-functional analyses of numbered Air Force, MAJCOM, Air Force, Joint and Defense planning strategies, initiatives, programs and architectures. Derives and determines customer requirements for air intelligence collection and exploitation, production and analysis and infrastructure support. Evaluates and coordinates operational intelligence discipline-specific requirements with AIA functional managers. Coordinates operational intelligence planning initiatives with HQ AIA/XR, HQ USAF/IN, MAJCOM, joint and national agency counterparts. Monitors the execution of HQ AIA/DO funds. Serves as the HQ AIA/DO representative to the planning implementation panel (PIP) and AIA Financial Working Group.
7. The Personnel Directorate:
7.1. Personnel (HQ AIA/DP). HQ AIA/DP oversees and directs staffing a selectively-manned field operating agency (FOA) of military and civilian personnel at locations worldwide. Interfaces directly with the DIA, NSA, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and other DoD intelligence organizations. Ensures personnel policies and programs meet Air Force and agency peacetime and wartime needs. Plans for force structure changes and redistributes personnel to ensure agency mission accomplishment. MAJCOM-level focal point for operations plans for future systems, capabilities, and technologies. Provides wartime contingency support to the JCS and the Air Force Emergency Operations Center. Primary member to the HQ AIA Board.
7.1.1. Assignments and Plans (HQ AIA/DPA). The HQ AIA/DPA manages the personnel resources for a FOA which provides all-source intelligence, electronic warfare, and C3CM support to Air Force and joint commanders worldwide. Works closely with the senior leadership of AIA, one global wing with four groups, AFIWC, NAIC, two direct reporting groups, NSA, the Defense Language Institute, Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACS/I), the Air Force Generals' Group, the Air Force Colonels' Group, and HQ AFPC on a wide variety of personnel, manpower, and policy issues. Ensures the availability of properly trained and security-cleared personnel for sensitive, national-level tasking and worldwide missions. Represents HQ AIA/DP on the HQ AIA REP, the PIP, and the PRP. Serves as HQ AIA/DP alternate to HQ AIA Board.
184.108.40.206. Airman Assignments and Contingency Management (HQ AIA/DPAA). HQ AIA/DPAA manages all assignment actions required to fill AIA authorized airman manpower positions, to include special manning programs requiring personal interview and hand selection for sensitive positions. Interfaces with MAJCOM and AFPC assignment managers in competition for scarce manpower resources. Surveys resources to determine demographic trends, preferences and other statistical data. Directs the creation of deployment requirement documents in support of real-world contingencies and exercises. Monitors deployed AIA personnel. Manages the Agency's Manpower and Personnel (MANPER-M) module, Contingency Operations and Mobility Planning and Execution System (COMPES) and Worldwide Military Command and Control System. Develops and maintains the Readiness reference library and conducts training to support AIA's battle staff, contingency support staff and Manpower and Personnel Readiness Center.
220.127.116.11. Officer Assignments (HQ AIA/DPAO). HQ AIA/DPAO manages all assignment actions required to fill AIA authorized officer manpower positions below the grade of colonel. Works AIA's Key Assignment Programs in coordination with AFPC to select unit commanders and directors of operations. Works with AFPC and other MAJCOMs to select properly qualified officers for special operational requirements. Works individual assignments, preferences, and other statistical information.
18.104.22.168. Personnel Plans (HQ AIA/DPAX). HQ AIA/DPAX develops and maintains the personnel portion of programming plans to effect unit activations or inactivations, base closures, unit moves, and weapon systems conversions. Reviews AFI 25-201 agreements and coordinates formulation of personnel portion in all joint tenancy matters. Administers entitlements for military pay and allowances including travel and transportation entitlement policy. Develops and validates the personnel portion of the agency's management guidance on operations of all subordinate military personnel activities. Monitors facilities programming and provides functional area guidance in the construction, major alteration, and utilization of personnel facilities at all AIA locations. Serves as agency OPR for Military Personnel Flight management. Manages Outstanding Personnel of the Year Program for AIA. Conducts all studies, analysis, and information gathering for a consolidated reply for military personnel or Director of Personnel functional responsibility changes. Evaluates and responds to proposals to change overseas tour lengths. Monitors IG reports, Unit Self Assessment reports, General Accounting Office (GAO) reports, and auditor's reports. Monitors reassignment actions pertaining to force structure changes and projected organizational manpower changes that affect officers and airmen.
7.1.2. Civilian Personnel (HQ AIA/DPC). HQ AIA/DPC manages and oversees the agency civilian personnel programs necessary to meet AIA operational and support requirements. Operates the Central Civilian Personnel Office according to all statutory and regulatory directives.
22.214.171.124. Workforce Effectiveness (HQ AIA/DPCE). HQ AIA/DPCE manages the Employee Management Relations Program in AIA. Provides advisory services and counseling to AIA management, supervisors, and employees. Manages all incentive awards and recognition programs, the Drug Testing Program, and Performance Management Program.
126.96.36.199. Plans and Requirements (HQ AIA/DPCR). HQ AIA/DPCR oversees all aspects of civilian classification and position management in AIA. Implements DoD and the Air Force classification directives. Manages position classification program under Civilian Intelligence Personnel Management System. Assists management in the evaluation of organizational structures to include supervisory requirements and the control of senior-level positions. Manages base-level Defense Civilian Personnel Data System.
188.8.131.52. Personnel Management (HQ AIA/DPCS). HQ AIA/DPCS oversees the recruitment and staffing, the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), and Career Development Programs to meet needs of AIA. Analyzes and applies qualification standards to vacancies; participates in career management and EEO programs; provides advisory service of affirmative employment objectives, including organization structuring for career development. Processes all personnel actions on civilian employees. Manages systems changes, and programming activities agencywide.
184.108.40.206. Resources and Programs (HQ AIA/DPCX). HQ AIA/DPCX plans and programs all agency civilian resources and MAJCOM-level civilian data systems. Prepares and monitors all hiring plans and budgets for civilian pay for the agency database. Processes all personnel actions on civilian employees.
7.1.3. Senior Officers (HQ AIA/DPO). HQ AIA/DPO manages a directorate-level staff function. Oversees and manages personnel matters for all colonel and general officers assigned to AIA. Formulates, coordinates, and implements all colonel assignments into and out of AIA. Responsible for the preparation and processing of all forms for colonel promotion recommendation. Works daily with the senior staffs of HQ USAF, MAJCOMs, and joint agencies.
7.1.4. Personnel Programs (HQ AIA/DPP). HQ AIA/DPP manages and monitors the AIA quality force programs, officer and enlisted promotions, retention, and professional development; implementation of force management actions necessary to meet AIA operational and support requirements; and personal affairs programs conducted at AIA units and their interaction with host base personal affairs and agency recognition programs.
220.127.116.11. Force Management (HQ AIA/DPPF). HQ AIA/DPPF ensures the policies and actions of the overall Air Force and AIA quality force programs are accomplished to include promotions, demotions, retirements, separations, evaluations, behavioral data reports, unfavorable information files, control roster actions, reenlistments, and testing. Maintains Officer Command Selection Record Group for AIA officers. The agency OPR for implementation and maintenance of the Officer Evaluation System and the Enlisted Evaluation System. Ensures Personal Affairs Programs conducted at AIA units and their interaction with host base Personal Affairs programs are accomplished. Implements and manages the agency's Equal Opportunity and Treatment and Human Relations Education Program involving military personnel. Ensures timely advisory for HQ AIA/DP and HQ AIA/CC on problems and trends in social actions.
18.104.22.168. Personnel Programs Staff (HQ AIA/DPPS). HQ AIA/DPPS manages the utilization of the automated personnel data services required to support the personnel directorate, other collocated agency staff, and other agency functions requiring personnel data support. Analyzes and implements all automation efforts within the Directorate of Personnel. Provides MAJCOM-automated personnel data print services for Air Force News Service.
7.1.5. Training (HQ AIA/DPT). HQ AIA/DPT implements policy and provides guidance to satisfy Air Force and AIA training requirements. Coordinates Air Force and AIA positions and acts as representative at training meetings. OPR for agency military training programs. Manages Selective Reenlistment Bonus and Trained Personnel Requirements programs for agency-unique Air Force specialty codes.
22.214.171.124. Training and Education (HQ AIA/DPTE). HQ AIA/DPTE serves as the agency manager for training programs, oversees the organization's activities, acts as a focal point for the agency's training issues and as a liaison to outside activities. The agency OPR for education and training, professional military education, classification and retraining, selective reenlistment bonus, and trained personnel requirements policies and programs.
126.96.36.199. Functional Training (HQ AIA/DPTF). HQ AIA/DPTF serves as the agency OPR and oversees training functions involving agency Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC). Provides recommendations to Air Education and Training Command (AETC) and Air Force Career Field Managers on training requirements and the most effective mix of formal and on-the-job training to qualify airmen for specialty skill levels. Responds to unit requests for training support and coordinates solutions. Validates and prioritizes training requirements.
7.1.6. Executive Services (HQ AIA/DPZ). HQ AIA/DPZ provides information management support to HQ AIA/DP. Develops and implements administrative policies and procedures for HQ AIA/DP and ensures compliance with administrative requirements. Coordinates staff actions with other AIA activities and the command section. Distributes and monitors correspondence and suspense actions. Acts as control point for distribution. Prints and distributes all incoming messages. Prepares daily read file. Manages the records management program, Enlisted Performance Report (EPR) and Officer Performance Report (OPR) program, leave accountability program, suggestion program, decorations program, sponsor program, additional duty program, publications and forms requirements, and telephone control program. Organizes quarterly director's recognition programs and other DP activities. Schedules periodic agency orientations for newcomers.
8. The Financial Management and Comptroller Directorate:
8.1. Financial Management and Comptroller (HQ AIA/FM). HQ AIA/FM administers the AIA financial management program through the AIA board structure. Provides financial advice and services to the AIA commander and staff. Interfaces with financial management structure at SAF, HQ USAF, NSA, DIA, and MAJCOMs. Establishes financial policies, goals and objectives. Provides technical guidance to agency organizations on financial activities. Focal point for GAO, DoD IG, and Air Force audits affecting AIA and serves as executive agent for intelligence contingency funds (ICF). Accounts for expenditures of public appropriations.
8.1.1. Budget (HQ AIA/FMB). HQ AIA/FMB recommends policies and procedures for the administration of O&M; Military Family Housing; Procurement; Research, Development, Test and Evaluation budgets and financial plans. Continuously monitors and analyzes all funded programs to ensure scarce fiscal resources are best applied to meet the FOA mission priorities. Consolidates unit financial plans and unfunded requirements submissions. Recommends annual funds distribution and ranking of unfunded programs to the REP. Monitors all actions necessary to ensure an orderly close-out of all funds each fiscal year. Maintains funding and documentation control for all active and expired appropriations. Provides periodic training to approximately 20 headquarters account resource advisors. Additionally, this division is responsible for the management, budgeting and execution of the headquarters AIA operating account budget.
8.1.2. Cost and Economics (HQ AIA/FMC). HQ AIA/FMC oversees and manages the financial integration, including cost, economic analysis, and estimating; POM development; integrated weapons systems management; evaluation of contractor cost and schedule performance; status and management reporting, reprogramming, and financial management oversight of all AIA programs. This includes those programs in the acquisition phase managed by other MAJCOMs, for which AIA is the ultimate product user. Reviews all POM, Fast Payback Capital Investment, Productivity Investment Fund, and Component-Sponsored Improvement Program submissions. Develops POM costing guidance and assists action officers with the resource computation for all agency POM initiatives. Supervises all policies and procedures involving cost analysis. Products include design-to-cost, life cycle cost analyses, cost and economic analyses, Cost and Operational Effectiveness Analyses, annual cost estimates, POMs, specialized cost studies, annual financial plans, revisions to program budgets and recommendations for new and improved management. Serves as key interface to the PRP on corporate matters affecting POM during the Program Budget Decision phase of budget formulation.
8.1.3. Financial Plans (HQ AIA/FMP). HQ AIA/FMP directs, controls, and administers accounting and finance, and financial support services for AIA. Directs development and maintenance of automated systems within the AIA Financial Management community. Functions as the Financial Services Office for AIA. Administers the AIA financial reporting, control and customer service activities. Adapts USAF and Defense Finance and Accounting Service policies, procedures and objectives to meet AIA mission requirements. Institutes measures to ensure accurate financial reporting. Advises the HQ AIA/FM and AIA staff on accounting and finance matters. Develops systems to account for and report AIA funds to fund managers and higher headquarters. Reviews AIA planning documents to evaluate and prescribe accounting and finance participation. Maintains accounting control of AIA funds. Administers foreign military sales claims for reimbursements. Supervises all policies and procedures involving financial management. Supervises the preparation of analyses of laws and new DoD and US Air Force policies and procedures to assess the impact on the AIA financial program. Develops, coordinates and implements comptroller operations, long range objectives, contingency, and wartime plans. Administers manpower actions and processes manpower change requests. Senior enlisted functional manager. Reviews EPRs and enlisted award submissions. Advises HQ AIA/FM on enlisted matters. Focal point for assignments of military and civilian comptroller personnel. Appoints additional duty representatives. Manages the comptroller training requirements for military and civilian personnel. Reserve force manager for comptroller functional area. Air Force Financial Management Career Program monitor. Administers HQ AIA/FM civilian appraisal program, the Acquisition Professional Development Program (APDP), the comptroller awards program and the HQ AIA/FM history report. Compiles data, publishes, and distributes the financial management newsletter. Administers conferences and workshops. Administers the AIA Commander's ICF and serves as the executive agent for the Air Force on ICF matters. Serves as the focal point for all GAO, Defense Audit Service, DoD IG, and the Air Force Audit Agency matters. Serves as the focal point for all matters pertaining to the Special Morale and Welfare Fund (nonappropriated fund) matters. Coordinates contingency and emergency and extraordinary expense activities in the agency and submits vouchers and quarterly reports to higher headquarters. Administers agency financial management mechanized plans and programs, including hardware and software. Administers the agency internal management control program.
9. The Office of the Chaplain:
9.1. Chaplain (HQ AIA/HC). HQ AIA/HC is advisor to the AIA Commander and his or her staff on all matters of religious, morale, and moral issues. Coordinates with and applies policies, special emphasis, resources furnished by HQ USAF/HC. Manages all AIA chaplain programs: ensures chapel programs meet the needs of military and civilian members and their dependents; develops agency-unique policies, goals and procedures. Visits AIA units and related organizations locally and worldwide. Performs ecclesiastical ministries, rites and ceremonies as needed. Provides pastoral care and counseling to AIA personnel and their dependents. Coordinates programs policies, activities with HQ USAF and collateral offices as needed. Coordinates cleared chaplain and enlisted assignments with HQ USAF/HC. Provides expertise on the SCI environment and its effect on the HQ AIA/HC mission to the Air Force chaplaincy.
10. The History Office:
10.1. History (HQ AIA/HO). HQ AIA/HO oversees and manages all historical functions of the Air Intelligence Agency. Develops and issues tasking directives to obtain historical data and materials from subordinate units and the headquarters. Prepares historical manuscripts for the annual AIA history, special historical studies, monographs and other historical reports. Maintains and manages the AIA historical repository and the US Air Force sensitive compartmented information (SCI) historical repository. Responds to requests for historical data from the commander and staff, the Air Staff, NSA/Chief Security Service (CSS), other commands, other services and subordinate units. Assesses quality of all subordinate organizations' historical publications. Provides continuation training and education to personnel assigned at subordinate organization history offices. Monitors and coordinates manpower and personnel status of subordinate history offices. Coordinates on historical property and museum matters. Manages the AIA Heritage Program, maintaining emblems and lineage and honors of all current and past agency units. Serves on the NSA/CSS/Service Cryptologic Element (SCE) Joint Cryptologic History Working Group and responds to tasking generated by the working group. Manages the AIA oral history program in cooperation with the "Freedom Through Vigilance Association."
11. The Inspector General Office:
11.1. Inspector General (HQ AIA/IG). HQ AIA/IG establishes inspection policy and defines responsibility for AIA inspection programs, complaints, inquiries and investigations. Publishes benchmark analysis and recommends process improvement. Negotiates joint inspections with MAJCOMs and joint agencies. Analyzes and evaluates unit missions, resources, organization, and leadership. Advises the HQ AIA/CC on the efficiency, economy, health, status, and adequacy of operations of AIA's worldwide forces. Hears and resolves complaints on behalf of AIA personnel. Conducts special inquiries and resolves unit problems. Detects actual fraud, waste, and abuse (FWA) and identifies potential FWA within the agency. Informs the HQ AIA/CC of the status of Intelligence Oversight Programs throughout the agency and provides quarterly reports to the Air Force Inspection Agency and NSA.
11.1.1. Inspection (HQ AIA/IGI). HQ AIA/IGI performs as the HQ AIA/IG in the principal's absence. Advises the HQ AIA/IG on special inquiries and helps resolve unit problems. Sets policies and procedures, creates plans and schedules, and conducts QAFAs, Operational Readiness Inspections, and Functional Management Reviews. Analyzes and evaluates unit missions, resources, organization, and leadership. Directs development of evaluation findings and recommends corrective action. Responsible for assessment reports and briefings. Advises HQ AIA/CC on effectiveness of field units' leadership. Plans, schedules, and negotiates joint inspection with MAJCOMs and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
12. The Staff Judge Advocate Office:
12.1. Staff Judge Advocate (HQ AIA/JA). HQ AIA/JA serves as chief legal advisor to the AIA commander, staff, and subordinate units on all military justice, civil law, and intelligence and IW oversight issues. Processes general courts-martial and advises the commander, who is General Court-Martial Convening Authority. Advises commander and staff on the disposition of sensitive adverse administrative actions, personnel quality force issues, discipline, and ethical standards of conduct.
13. The Logistics Directorate:
13.1. Logistics (HQ AIA/LG). HQ AIA/LG sets policy and performs planning and administration of logistics programs to include: maintenance, supply, transportation, contracting, systems life cycle planning and installation. Monitors agency host-tenant support agreements and provides management oversight for military and civilian personnel serving in logistics positions worldwide.
13.1.1. Contracting (HQ AIA/LGC). HQ AIA/LGC establishes policies and procedures, manages resources, and accomplishes contract reviews for AIA contract actions. Advises commander and staff on all matters relating to contracting, acquisition, contract types, public law, small business, competition, and DoD and Air Force policy. Using Public Law, Executive Order, Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense FAR Supplement, Air Force FAR Supplement, Air Force Regulation, and 60 series Air Force Instructions, provides contracting policy, procedures, direction and technical assistance to agency activities. Executes and manages the agency's contracting and small business programs. Chairs Solicitation Review Panels, co-chairs Business Strategy Panels, and responsible for acquisition planning. Investigates and processes congressional inquiries, protests, and claims pertaining to contracting matters. Performs all reviews and approvals as directed.
13.1.2. Maintenance (HQ AIA/LGM). HQ AIA/LGM oversees life cycle maintenance management and engineering support for AIA. Formulates maintenance management policy for AIA personnel worldwide. Provides maintenance management oversight, policy guidance and technology insertion for the agency's maintenance personnel.
188.8.131.52. Maintenance Management and Policy (HQ AIA/LGMM). HQ AIA/LGMM establishes policies and procedures for AIA maintenance activities and is the agency OPR for the Product Improvement Program. Manages systems hardware configuration. Monitors progress of all material deficiency reports. Works manpower requirements in conjunction with HQ AIA/XRM. Career field manager for AFSCs 2EXXX, 2AXXX, and reporting identifier 9S000. Monitors and evaluates AETC's and the agency's maintenance training programs. Manages the Contractor Engineering and Technical Services program. Monitors logistics-related environmental issues. Manages AIA's maintenance personnel and unit maintenance effectiveness awards programs, and AIA nominations for Air Force-level maintenance awards.
184.108.40.206. Integrated Electronic Systems Management (HQ AIA/LGMY). HQ AIA/LGMY ensures electronic systems maintenance support policy and procedures are developed concurrent with airborne, ground, and national systems acquisition and that sustained maintenance support is delivered throughout the system life cycle. Evaluates the maintenance capability and effectiveness of agency systems, and provides policy and guidance on system maintenance issues. Evaluates plans and programs; participates in headquarters planning meetings; and represents the agency at planning conferences to identify and support agency maintenance concepts, policies, requirements, and capabilities. Plans and manages the agency's airborne standardization, evaluation, and maintenance data analysis programs. Additionally, plans and manages the agency's electromagnetic environmental effects program with emphasis on electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic interference, and radio and microwave hazards to personnel and munitions.
13.1.3. Supply (HQ AIA/LGS). HQ AIA/LGS establishes policy and provides assistance for all supply systems, materiel management, materiel control, and transportation activities in AIA. Establishes plans, policy, and procedures for supply and transportation activities in areas of: financial management, requirements acquisition, storage, accounting, distribution, item identification, automated and manual specialized supply systems, standard base supply systems, equipment management, depot and center materiel management, and other transportation functions. Represents agency at Air Staff, NSA, and joint policy meetings, conferences, and supply executive boards. Represents HQ AIA at all Air Force Supply Executive Board meetings hosted by HQ USAF/LGS.
220.127.116.11. Supply Policy and Procedures (HQ AIA/LGSP). HQ AIA/LGSP develops policies and procedures, and provides guidance to manage automated and manual specialized and standard supply accounts and maintenance and logistics materiel control functions within AIA. Manages and implements the agency's Wholesale Materiel Management Policy and Procedures in sustainment support of SIGINT, and US Atomic Energy Detection systems and equipment. Managing, coordinating, assisting, directing, and integrating transportation requirements and developing policy to support the worldwide intelligence mission. Develops and integrates supply and transportation requirements into operational and transportation plans. Establishes policies and procedures for the packaging, preservation and movement of cryptologic and highly sensitive materiel. Manages the Operational Support Airlift Program, procures and validates Air Mobility Command (AMC) Special Assignment Airlift Missions to support agency deployment worldwide. Acts as the agency's Stock Fund Program manager and as the functional manager for supply and transportation personnel and manpower actions. Coordinates training matters for supply/transportation personnel. Evaluates and provides supply inputs to agency PADs, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Plans, System Acquisition Plans, OPlans, and special projects, and participates in their reviews. Serves as OPR for FOA DoD Activity Address Code assignments. Represents HQ AIA as a member of the NSA ILS Advisory Group, Air Staff policy meetings, conferences, and working groups. Assists the SCE wholesale community in resolving logistics support problems and issues. Prepares and evaluates SENSOR OLYMPICS tests for supply personnel.
18.104.22.168. Weapon Systems Support (HQ AIA/LGSW). HQ AIA/LGSW implements and executes the agency equipment management program. Establishes an Agency Equipment Management Team to conduct equipment surveys. Administratively controls the position equipment table which authorizes most AIA mission equipment. Manages and updates allowance standards that are exclusively used by AIA units. The OPR for redistribution of excess or detasked SIGINT mission equipment. The agency focal point for Air Force Equipment Management System modernization efforts. Directs and manages the agency's spare parts program. Monitors Mission Capable conditions and status, and provides assistance as required. Manages the War Reserve Materiel program for the agency. Reviews initial spares support lists for all AIA units for accuracy and applicability. Directs and manages the agency vehicle program. Develops and maintains the agency's vehicle authorization listings. Conducts field visits and technical surveys to determine operational efficiency. Ensures public laws and DoD and Air Force vehicle operations directives are implemented and followed. Represents agency at Air Staff, NSA, and joint policy meetings, conferences and working groups.
13.1.4. Logistics Plans (HQ AIA/LGX). HQ AIA/LGX manages the integrated logistics support for new system acquisitions for AIA and NSA. Manages the agency contingency plans and mobility program, and support agreements. Is the directorate's resource manager and focal point for the AIA corporate process. Manages the directorate's information systems. Is the AIA Data Management Office. Functions as the senior logistician for the AIA APDP for Acquisition Logistics, manages the AIA Logistics Intern Program and the Logistics Career Program.
22.214.171.124. Strategic ILS Policy and Management (HQ AIA/LGXI). HQ AIA/LGXI functions as the AIA Integrated Weapon System Management focal point for all matters pertaining to ILS for all new systems and equipment entering the agency inventory. Develops policies, procedures, concepts, and guidance relating to acquisition logistics and integrated logistics support for the agency. Is the AIA Data Management Office. Provides policy, program oversight, and directs the activities of the agency Data Management Program. Serves on DoD and Air Force Data Management Conference Working groups. The agency singular approval authority on contractor data management documents. Provides data management support to the JC2WC. Serves as the agency integrated logistics support manager for the agency acquisitions or for any system and equipment introduced into the agency by acquisitions by DIA, AFMC, NSA/CSS or other government agencies. Directs agency capabilities for planning, programming, policy, policy oversight, and manning ILS for all new tactical and strategic systems and equipment. Active member of NSA's ILS Advisory Group and represents AIA as the Air Force SCE authority for NSA Minimum Essential Integrated Logistics Support Reviews policy. Participates as the HQ AIA/LG representative on the agency program working group and represents the Division of Logistics Plans on the agency CCB. Reviews and coordinates recommendations on NSA/CSS, US Air Force, and agency directives pertaining to acquisition logistics support. Serves as the ILS Integrated Product Team Representative for the Air Force and AIA systems.
126.96.36.199. Logistics Policy and Support (HQ AIA/LGXS). HQ AIA/LGXS provides policy and guidance for mobility planning, inter and intraservice support agreements, strategic plans and logistics requirement in support of operational planning. Extracts and compiles logistics data from deployment plans. Provides guidance to base-level units in the management of COMPES, Logistics Module - base level, including the interface of the COMPES manpower and personnel subsystem. Maintains the flow of logistics detail data and builds logistics packages to meet requirements. Manages the Logistics Readiness Center which responds to emergencies, contingencies, exercises, alerts, and limited and general war. Manages the AIA Inter and Intraservice Support Agreement (ISA) Program. Provides training and staff assistance to AIA wing, centers, and groups on the administration of ISAs. Participates in the writing of AIA PADs and Program Plans (PPlans) ensuring all logistics issues are addressed. Assures all PDPs, Program Management Directive (PMD), and Statements of Work (SOWs) address logistics requirements. Functional manager for 2G0X1 and 251XX career field. Develops and manages the HQ AIA/LG infrastructure requirements to include manpower, personnel, information systems, resource management and computer architectures. Responsible for the development of the directorate's action plans, goals, and total quality enhancement initiatives.
14. The Public Affairs Office:
14.1. Public Affairs (HQ AIA/PA). HQ AIA/PA manages, organizes, directs, and operates the agency's public affairs program. Serves as advisor to the commander and staff on all aspects of public affairs affecting the agency. Provides information to the AIA people, provides information about the agency to the public, and ensures the best relations between the agency and local communities. Provides public affairs policy direction to support morale and combat readiness of all AIA people. Manages an agency-wide publication highlighting the mission and people of AIA. Coordinates agency participation in community relations activities. Prepares articles for HQ AIA/CC/CV and provides security review service. Ensures that HQ AIA/PA resources are effectively and efficiently managed. Oversees the development, implementation and evaluation of Public Affairs plans and programs. Also, serves as Public Affairs Director for the JC2WC.
14.1.1. External Communications (HQ AIA/PAE). HQ AIA/PAE ensures overall Air Force media and community relations programs are accomplished per AFR 190-1. Collects, analyzes and disseminates to the public and news media unclassified, releasable information about the agency and its activities. Develops and carries out programs to earn understanding, acceptance and support of the AIA role in national defense and to foster equal treatment and respect for agency people and their families in communities where there is an agency presence. Makes the complete AIA record available to the American people, within the restrictions of security. Reports the Air Force's use of its people, material, and money to the American public. Ensures that information proposed for release through any medium meets the standards and policies for safeguarding national security matters and agrees with established departmental and US government policies and programs. Plans, conducts and evaluates programs and actions that integrate agency people into community life. Informs members of the community about the agency mission and contributions of AIA people to the community. Is the agency's POC for all media and community relations queries.
14.1.2. Internal Information (HQ AIA/PAI). HQ AIA/PAI ensures overall Air Force and AIA internal information programs are accomplished per AFR 190-1. Keeps agency people informed about Air Force and agency missions, and about Air Force, DoD, agency and national policy decisions, and any issues that relate to them either directly or indirectly. Publishes an agency magazine in support of the above and produces other specialized publications, as necessary, in support of AIA and Air Force internal information objectives. Evaluates agency information and management communication flow and feedback. Analyzes factors which affect the information flow at all levels, identifies trends and courses of action to fix problems. Publicizes AIA unclassified activities and individual and unit accomplishments. Assists commanders in their leadership communication functions.
15. The Quality Office:
15.1. Quality (HQ AIA/QI). HQ AIA/QI trains and implements Quality Air Force (QAF) principles within AIA. Ensures compliance with Air Force Policy Directive 90-5, Quality Air Force. Prime consultant to the AIA senior staff on all QAF matters. HQ AIA representative for QAF matters at the Air Force level. Quality advisor to the AIA Board. Designs, conducts and implements training strategies/plans for AIA personnel. Administers surveys for feedback on QAF issues. Agency focal point for Secretary of the Air Force (SAF) Unit Quality Award and Chief of Staff of the Air Force Team Quality Award. Act as consultants for QAF issues. Monitors, markets, and supports AIA QAF. Develops the road map for the creation of QAF instructors, master instructors, facilitators, and Quality Advisors worldwide. Maintains AIA QAF training and resource data base and video/book library. Manages resource dollars for QAF office operations and QAF training agency wide.
16. The Reserve Affairs Office:
16.1. Reserve Affairs (HQ AIA/RE). HQ AIA/RE coordinates on all plans and programs related to AIA-gained Guard and Reserve units and to Individual Mobilization Augmentees (IMAs). RE is the functional and central manager for AIA's IMA positions. Based on MOA between the users and HQ AIA/RE, this office manages the IMA positions and assigned reserve personnel for each user command to ensure effective active force support in peacetime and mobilization readiness in wartime. Assists in development of agency funding of IMA authorizations. Serves as the focal point for intelligence IMAs in the Air Force.
16.1.1. Reserve Operations (HQ AIA/REO). HQ AIA/REO trains, coordinates and manages intelligence production, planning HQ AIA/RE participation in Air Force and Joint Chiefs of Staff Command Post exercises; assigning reservists on annual training and active duty support Reserve Personnel Appropriation (RPA) and Military Personnel Appropriation (MPA) tours; planning program development and manday acquisition; and administering the RPA and MPA Man-Day Accounting System.
16.1.2. Reserve Personnel Management (HQ AIA/REP). HQ AIA/REP oversees all personnel actions to include: Retention and recruitment, IMA position assignments, Reserve Officer and Enlisted Promotion Programs, Special Awards and Trophy Programs, security clearances, and management of the UMD.
17. The Communications and Information Directorate:
17.1. Communications and Information (HQ AIA/SC). HQ AIA/SC provides Communications and Information support to warfighter agencies and the ACS/I. Implements plans, policy, and procedures for the control and operation of communications and information systems within the Air Force Intelligence community. Focal point for analysis and evaluation of user requirements based on current and future technological capabilities. Provides support for Command, Control, Communications and Computer (C4) architecture, architectural models, migration strategies, interoperability issues, and overall configuration management policy. Represents the Director, National Security Agency (DIRNSA) as the Designated Approval Authority (DAA) for AF SIGINT C4 systems operation in the Dedicated and System High modes. Recommends computer security policy to National Agencies, Air Force, Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) and Commander Naval Security Group (COMNAVSECGRP). AIA functional managers for the 33XX/3A7X, 3CXXX/3A0XX career programs. Agency focal point for budget management and planning for communications and information systems acquisition and O&M. Represents ACS/I as the Air Force executive agent to the Combined Intelligence Publishing Service (CIPS) representative for policy, guidance, oversight and allocation of resources. Establishes and directs the agency's Records Management program. Manages the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act programs.
17.1.1. Architecture, Technology, and Security (HQ AIA/SCT). HQ AIA/SCT is the focal point for analysis and evaluation of user command, control, communications, computer, and intelligence (C4I) requirements and security practices based on higher headquarters policy and guidance as well as current and future technologies. Provides support for developing architectural models for existing and future systems, processes for analyzing the information flow and definition, migration strategies, interoperability and integration standards, emerging technologies to better support the requirement, and modeling and simulation standards and guidance. Provides support to the HQ AIA staff directorates and ensures full coordination among AIA's subordinate units, HQ USAF/SC, Air Force C4 Agency (AFC4A), and the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for all communications and information issues pertaining to technology, architecture and interoperability. The chief of HQ AIA/SCT is also the agency's C4I Systems Integration Manager (CSIM). The focus of this division will be to consider all communications and information issues as they affect the primary intelligence functional areas described in JCS Pub 2 and AFR 200-1. Those functional areas include: communications and message handling, networks and security, general military intelligence and data base servers, collection management, operational intelligence and indications & warning tactical support and training analyst support, imagery intelligence, mapping-charting-geodesy, scientific and technical intelligence, and information warfare. Agency division that represents the DIRNSA as DAA for Air Force SIGINT C4 systems operating in the dedicated and system high modes. Conducts AIA C4I SIGINT system security programs and serves as the System Design Security Office. Develops computer security (COMPUSEC) and COMSEC policy and procedures.
188.8.131.52. Architecture (HQ AIA/SCTA). HQ AIA/SCTA is the agency's focal point for all matters pertaining to the development and implementation of the agency communications and information architectures as they relate to the primary intelligence functional areas described in JCS Pub 2 and AFR 200-1. Functional areas include: communications and message handling, networks and security, general military intelligence and data base servers. Coordinates on all issues of embedded computer systems, modeling and simulation standards and architectures. Develops guidance for communications-computer systems interoperability, open systems, standards and standardization activities. Manages the agency's communication-computer standards programs to include: standards for telecommunications, automatic data processing equipment, and electronic data interchange standards. Integrates functional, technical, and information architectures into the evolving global infosphere as they relate to the primary intelligence functional areas described in JCS Pub 2 and AFR 200-1. Serves as the AIA focal point for NSA, Air Force, and DoD Intelligence Information System (DODIIS) site transition activities and assess architectural standards compliance. Establishes interoperability testing and certification standards, sets interoperability testing priorities in coordination with the Joint Interoperability Testing Center. Maintains AIA liaison with the DISA's Joint Integration and Engineering Organization to promote interoperable, integrated, and affordable information systems. Oversees the production of migration strategies, plans and establishes priorities when an agency activity has multiple strategies or plans to produce. Recommends improvements to architectures based on assessments of architectural compliance made at the Air Force C4 Agency and the Defense Information Systems Agency. Addresses issues regarding interoperability for all agency C4I systems. Provides guidance and policy to Systems Integration Management Office (SIMO) sites.
184.108.40.206. Security (HQ AIA/SCTS). HQ AIA/SCTS is the agency focal point representing the DIRNSA as the DAA for Air Force SIGINT C4 systems operating in the dedicated and system high modes. Represents the Director of DIA as the Service Certifying organization for all Air Force DODIIS Migration Systems. Represents the HQ AIA/CC as DAA for all AIA C4 collateral and sensitive but unclassified systems operating in the dedicated and system high modes. Acts as a recommender to the AIA/CC for collateral and unclassified systems operating in the multilevel mode. Conducts AIA C4I system security programs and serves as the System Design Security Office. Develops COMPUSEC and COMSEC policy and procedures. Ensures proper policy and procedures are implemented for Air Force C4I systems to preclude disclosure of critical defense information. Coordinates C4I security policy and accreditation actions with NSA, DIA, USAF, and AFC4A. Develops AIA COMSEC and STUIII policy and procedures. Focal point for HQ AF/SC and AFC4A security tasking to AIA units. Provides configuration control for software tools used by Army INSCOM, COMNAVSECGRP, and AIA, in the detection and eradication of computer viruses. Provides configuration control for the accreditation packages used by the NSA SCEs. Functional manager for Supplement 1 to NSA 130-1.
220.127.116.11. Technology (HQ AIA/SCTT). HQ AIA/SCTT provides advanced technical support in areas related to C4I to the HQ USAF/IN staff, HQ AIA planning and operations staff, the AFIWC, and NAIC. Specifically, it provides expertise in computer hardware and software, communications, LAN, WAN, security related technology, intelligence and open source databases, and modeling and simulation. Its primary objective is to assist staff and program managers in policy development, planning and programming, and systems development. Conducts analyses of intelligence and IW mission requirements, develops architectures and cost estimations, provides system engineering support, recommends ways to exploit emerging technology, supports concept of operations development, builds implementation plans. AIA staff focal point for the AIA Technology Demonstration Center and Modeling and Simulation.
17.1.2. Plans, Policy, and Resources (HQ AIA/SCX). HQ AIA/SCX implements plans, policy, and procedures for the control and operation of communication and information systems. Directly supports the Air Staff to assess the effectiveness of current communications and information systems, plans, policy, and the application of technology to communications and information systems. Monitors communications and information systems development, modification, and modernization throughout its lifecycle to ensure it meets the validated requirement of the intelligence communities. Manages the support of the communications infrastructure for the agency, wings, centers and groups. Establishes, implements and evaluates communications and information systems requirements and configurations including the management of radio and satellite frequencies, and critical communications (CRITICOMM) circuits in support of AIA operations and exercises. Provides the overall configuration management policy for AIA. Provides the single manager for the AIA Visual Information (VI) program directly supporting AF VI doctrine, policy, and objectives. Represents ACS/I as the Air Force executive agent to the CIPS representatives for policy, guidance, oversight and allocation of resources. Establishes and directs the agency's records management program. Manages the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act program. AIA functional managers for the 33XX/3A7X, 3CXXX/3A0XX career program. Agency focal point for communications and information budget planning and management.
18.104.22.168. Policy (HQ AIA/SCXI). HQ AIA/SCXI manages communications and information policy, procedures, regulations, and resources concerning communications and information requirements affecting communications-computer systems (C-CS) and COMPUSEC and IW. Proposes, develops and implements policy and guidance integrating DoD and Air Force policy and guidance to manage communications and information requirements throughout their life cycle--creation, collection, reproduction, dissemination, and disposition. Manages AIA's worldwide C-CS and technical control system operations. Administers AIA's communications, publications, forms, records management, Privacy Act, and FOIA programs. Implements and manages the Records Declassification Review Program (Executive Order 12975). Conducts policy guidance for communications and information operations. Represents the ACS/I on the CIPS Council and Committees. Develops new processes for electronic publishing (multimedia), dissemination, and storage of information. Measures and distributes workload between intelligence community publishing and printing facilities to ensure maximum efficiency. Collects, analyzes, and compiles data for submission to the Joint Committee for Printing and CIPS. Manages AIA's lease long lines budget. Establishes communications and information requirements and configurations. Manages AIA's portion of the NSA CRITICOMM operations and circuits in support of AIA. Coordinates with NSA, COMNAVSECGRU, INSCOM, DISA, Defense Commercial Communications Office, and Air Force Telecommunications Certifications Office on circuit requirements that cross DoD and interservice boundaries. Provides communication and information support to AIA's tactical wartime mission including exercises and contingency operations. Reallocates agency communications and information assets to support contingencies. Agency Spectrum Manager (satellite and radio frequency requirements). Manages the configuration and ensures function and technical interoperability of AIA's tactical communications and information with those of other DoD agencies. Acts as the single point of contact for AIA field units for communications and information operational concerns. Participates in joint efforts to modernize and improve US intelligence systems communications. Establishes Agency policy and guidance implementing DoD and Air Force communication and information strategic planning, programming and budgeting. Performs staff assistance visits to AIA field units as required. Facilitates, educates, trains and equips communication and information managers to plan, control, analyze, audit and manage activities associated with requirements determination, flow processing and maintenance of communications and information. Manages AIA's VI and multimedia production programs. Validates AIA's SCI communications circuits requirements. Manages the Air Force's Special Security Operation CRITIC test program.
22.214.171.124. Plans (HQ AIA/SCXP). HQ AIA/SCXP manages and oversees plans, policies, and procedures directed by the Air Staff for the implementation of communications and information systems supporting AIA and the Air Force. Monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of current communications and information systems and manages the implementation of modernization program to improve those systems. Actively participates in all phases of the communications and information planning process to ensure that AIA integration and interoperability issues are adequately represented. Provides software policy, guidance, and technology to the agency's communications and information programs and project managers in the development of software acquisition, development, and sustainment strategies, and monitors their execution. Identifies potentially advantageous communications and information capabilities through participation in exercise environments. Provides policy, guidance, and assistance for all communications and information systems supporting AIA. HQ AIA/SCXP is the focal point for PMDs and programmatic plans. Review Air Force and agency policy for accuracy and impact to Communications and Information systems. Prepares Program Plans (PPLAN) and HQ AIA/SC annexes as necessary to detail implementation actions and milestones. Disseminates policy and guidance to agency communications and information program and project managers in development of plans and acquisition strategies and monitors their execution. Assists the program element monitors to validate and justify funding requests for modernization programs. Manages Air Force-wide implementation of Intelink, the intelligence community's version of Internet. Manages SENSOR BOX, a data warehouse and data mining effort related to Intelink implementation. Implements configuration management policy for TIBS.
126.96.36.199. Resources (HQ AIA/SCXR). HQ AIA/SCXR is the agency functional manager for 33XX, 37AX, 3CXXX, and 3AXXX resources. Coordinates 33XX, 37AX, 3CXXX, and 3AXXX formal and informal training with HQ USAF/SCXB and HQ AIA/DP. Provides career counseling to AIA communications and information personnel both in and outside the HQ AIA/SC community. Review and evaluates new communications and information systems training plans to determine requirements. Conducts training and manpower needs assessment for the communications and information manpower resources. Represents HQ AIA/SC and ISG at AIA reorganization and the development of new communications and information structures. Serves as the SC and ISG focal point for civilian personnel matters working in conjunction with HQ AIA/DPC and the C-CS Career Program Office. Manages the contingency manning for AIA 33XX, 37AX, 3CXXX, and 3AXXX requirements identified by USAF and HQ AIA/DP. Serves as the ISG and HQ AIA/SC focal point for military and civilian awards and decorations. Agency focal point responsible for budget management and planning for C4I acquisition and O&M. Incorporates life-cycle information into the agency financial plan and manages the submission of HQ AIA/SC and ISG-unfunded requirements to agency corporate structure, to include special purpose, long-haul communications support. Oversees the execution and reprogramming of communication and information funding. Represents the HQ AIA/SC and ISG at various agency financial planning forums. General C4I POM input based on information from program managers.
18. The Safety Office:
18.1. Safety (HQ AIA/SE). HQ AIA/SE is the agency executive level focal point for occupational safety. Plans, develops, implements, and manages the agency's mishap prevention program which incorporates all disciplines of occupational, flight, orbital, explosives, systems safety and nuclear surety. Oversees worldwide mishap and formal mishap investigation and reporting, safety awards programs, education and training program and materials, and coordination of mishap prevention matters with federal, DoD, other MAJCOMs and USAF Safety Agency. Represents AIA at all federal, DoD, and USAF safety functions and meetings. Reviews Air Force safety directives and publications and provides recommendations for improvement and implementation. Develops and publishes agency safety instructions and supplements, evaluation criterions, and regulations. Identifies, evaluates and recommends abatement actions for a wide variety of hazards. Evaluates economic losses and injury severity to determine casual factors. Disseminates comparative analyses with suggested corrective action for all levels of command. Provides safety consultation services to all AIA subordinate units and centers. Reviews and approves blueprints and engineering drawings of all new facility construction and upgrades. Plans, organizes, and administers safety evaluation of subordinates activities and augments the HQ AIA/IG during QAFAs, Operational Readiness Inspections and Functional Management Reviews. Promotes fullest application of QAF to all safety issues and processes.
19. The Office of the Surgeon:
19.1. Surgeon (HQ AIA/SG). HQ AIA/SG ensures the health and physical well being of all AIA personnel are maintained at a high state of readiness. Provides medical, professional, and administrative assistance to the AIA Commander and members of his or her staff; and other AIA individuals, groups and organizations. Ensures that AIA personnel on flying status are, and remain, medically qualified for flying duty through an ongoing physical examination review process. Monitors worldwide health care support available at all AIA duty locations during medical staff assistance visits. Proposes methods for helping agency personnel lead a healthy and vigorous life style through the auspices of the "Cornerstone For Life," health promotion program.
20. The Security Office:
20.1. Security (HQ AIA/SO). HQ AIA/SO oversees and manages the physical security of all agency assets, and ensures the transient electro-magenetic pulse emanation standard (TEMPEST), SCI, personnel, and information security programs are managed according to applicable directives. Manages SCI programs for USAF (including SCI-billet management and the SCI-incident reporting program) and conducts the SCI Management and Computer Security Concepts and Procedures (CP-202) courses. Manages SCI programs for AIA including security clearance and access processing, billet structure, SCI incident reporting, and the classification, protection, sanitization, downgrading, and destruction of SCI materials. Manages and administers special access programs. Acts as focal point for and validates clearances, and maintains access lists for each program. Acts as AIA interface with hosting commands, the Air Force Chief of Security Police, and component security force leaders on law enforcement and physical security issues. Agency manager for security police personnel, equipment and training. Develops long-range goals and initiatives to improve security of agency resources. AIA functional manager for 3PXXX career program.
20.1.1. Information Security (HQ AIA/SOC). HQ AIA/SOC administers the Agency SCI control system and components according to Director Central Intelligence (DCI) directives. Conducts the USAF SCI Security Education and Awareness Program. Provides local security support to focal point and special access programs. Provides oversight guidance for Top Secret, critical nuclear weapons design information, Special Integrated Operations Plan, and NATO control programs. Approval authority for SCI courier requests and SCI document control and distribution programs. Manages the USAF SCI security violation and incident reporting program and provides general assistance on security matters to internal and external customers up to and including Air Staff and proponent agencies.
20.1.2. Personnel Security (HQ AIA/SOP). HQ AIA/SOP provides functional oversight for the agency's personnel and industrial security programs. Determines acceptance for SCI access and continued SCI access for all AIA military, civilian, reservist, and contractor personnel. Manages the AIA SCI billet structure, personnel data reporting, discharge for cause, and courts martial programs. Processes security clearance and SCI accesses for Air Force Reserve intelligence officers. Authorizes the issue of AIA restricted area badges, receives and dispatches SCI accesses on temporary duty personnel and oversees the AIA critical sensitive civilian hiring program pertaining to security clearances. Reviews contractual security documentation with industry to ensure the protection of classified information.
20.1.3. Security Operations (HQ AIA/SOX). HQ AIA/SOX develops AIA security policy for physical security, foreign disclosure, emergency protection, circulation control, and the TEMPEST program. Provides oversight for procurement and application of alarm systems, resources protection programs and entry credentials. Interfaces with DIA, NSA, Air Staff and MAJCOMs on security issues. Advises Air Staff on intelligence security issues. Reviews PPLANs, PADs, and other programming and planning documents for security requirements. Provides resources support and oversight of the QAF programs for HQ AIA/SO. Acts as functional manager for security personnel. Provides resources support for HQ AIA/SO.
21. The Plans and Requirements Directorate:
21.1. Plans and Requirements (HQ AIA/XR). HQ AIA/XR is the agency focal point to orchestrate the acquisition process of intelligence systems. Performs management engineering studies, validates manpower requirements, and allocates available authorizations. Ensures that the organizational structures of the agency and its units are in compliance with Air Staff direction and policy. Develops AIA's input to Air Force POM, the NSA Consolidated Cryptologic Program (CCP), and the DIA General Defense Intelligence Program (GDIP). Manages the Agency's requirements validation and prioritization process. Serves as the AIA interface for IW, strategic and master planning, doctrine, requirements, national systems initiatives, and policy with HQ USAF, major commands and external agencies. Responsible for all AIA strategic planning, long-range architecture and corporate planning structure. Manages AIA unit transfer, closures, or bed downs.
21.1.1. Manpower and Organization (HQ AIA/XRM). HQ AIA/XRM directs the agency manpower and organization program. Validates agency manpower authorization requirements and justifies them to HQ USAF. Controls the allocation of manpower authorizations made available by HQ USAF, and exercises control over the use of contract-services manpower. Directs the agency Management Engineering Program (MEP) and the development of agency manpower standards. Controls organization of AIA units and activities, and ensures the application of Air Force organization policies and standard structures to the agency's units. Directs the agency productivity program and the commercial activities program. Controls the placement of management headquarters functions and maintains accurate accounting of allocated manpower authorizations. Directs the implementation of and controls the Air Force officer and enlisted grade program. Directs the manpower portion of the civilian position management program and participates in AIA manpower cost management activities, including civilian end-strength and high-grade determinations. Advises commanders on proper use of manpower resources and provides alternatives for commanders.
188.8.131.52. Organization (HQ AIA/XRMO). HQ AIA/XRMO develops and implements USAF and agency organizational concepts, policies, guidance and structures. Controls AIA organization, functional nomenclature and terminology. Monitors agency and USAF-directed organizational tests and forwards final evaluation reports with appropriate recommendations to HQ USAF. Prepares G-series special orders effecting organizational actions. Updates and maintains unit mission directives, develops organizational structures for agency units, and directs the preparation of organizational and functional charts, chart books, and related publications. Processes personnel accounting symbol codes for activating, inactivating, redesignating and, or, reassigning organizational activities. Is the agency OPR for OSCs. Maintains organizational unit status files for active and reserve units.
184.108.40.206. Manpower Requirements (HQ AIA/XRMQ). HQ AIA/XRMQ establishes policy and provides guidance on agency manpower requirements and management engineering program process. Provides direct support to the HQ USAF/IN and AIA staff and field units on all manpower requirements matters. Provides technical guidance to manpower technicians and representatives at subordinate units. Validates AIA manpower requirements and manpower change requests, ensures that requested actions comply with current policies and constraints, and enters approved actions into the command manpower data system. Manages various Congressional, OSD, and US Air Force-directed programs such as rated staff positions, military essentiality and critical military skills, general officer and colonel position requirements, and unsatisfactory rotation index. Is the agency focal point for the Productivity Enhancement Program. Administers the Productivity Enhancement Capital Investment Programs. Performs special projects cutting across multiple functional areas. Implements the US Air Force MEP. Develops and implements the AIA MEP. Provides commanders and managers process improvement services. Documents operations, processes and functional organization through state of the art techniques and tools. Builds and critiques activities and data models using business-oriented, data-driven techniques. Formulates productivity measures through benchmark metrics construction, and mission cost analysis. Produces formalized functional capability assessments in support of programmed resource requirements and potential resource allocation adjustments.
220.127.116.11. Resources (HQ AIA/XRMR). HQ AIA/XRMR is the division focal point for reviewing and implementing manpower actions for agency PADs, PPLANs and special operations plans and studies. Reviews the agency POM, CCP, and GDIP initiatives for manpower impact. Interfaces with HQ USAF on manpower resource allocation matters. Interfaces with NSA managers and planners on CCP resource issues, with HQ USAF/IN and Defense Intelligence Agency managers and planners on GDIP manpower issues, and with HQ USAF Program Element Monitors (PEMs) on tactical intelligence and related activities, and electronic combat and securities manpower resource issues. Reviews, adjusts, and maintains the resource control files according to AFM 26-749, and controls the use of the agency manpower data system. Monitors manpower ceilings (for example, European, Pacific, headquarters) and agency officer and enlisted grades. Oversees the development of manpower annexes for agency exercise, contingency and war plans, and the development of the manpower detail for agency-controlled unit type codes in COMPES. Creates and updates Deployment Manpower Documents during contingencies. Directs the US Air Force-directed Wartime Manpower Planning Exercise.
21.1.2. Program Oversight (HQ AIA/XRO). HQ AIA/XRO is the agency focal point to orchestrate the acquisition process of intelligence systems. Participates directly with the acquisition community designated product groups to facilitate the achievement of intelligence community required capabilities. The product groups are: Combat Information Systems; Intelligence Data Handling Systems; IW; and Airborne Reconnaissance Office. Provides direct support to the program office and user community relative to cost, schedule, performance and management issues. Provides direct AIA oversight of other program coordinators in centers, groups and other applicable organizations. Conducts program reviews and resolution of cost, schedule, performance and supportability issues, and interfaces with Special Program Office on evolving acquisition concepts and test approaches with prototypes. Supports HQ USAF/IN by participating in Program Reviews at Air Force, SAF, and OSD levels and identifying areas for joint management support. Ensures AIA project managers and program coordinators are current in acquisition and program management policy, guidance, training and certification. Develops and implements AIA policy and guidance. Facilitates program coordination, oversight and advocacy for AIA and users of intelligence, IW and C4I systems developed by AFMC, NSA, and other services and agencies. Assesses status of cost, schedule and performance; represents AIA Test and Evaluation (T&E) to Director of Test and Evaluation (HQ USAF/TE) and Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center; ensures user participation in developmental T&E and operational T&E; maintains awareness of budget and POM process issues; ensures agency participation in source selection process; identifies risks and risk mitigation approaches; and constructs integrated product teams. Provides agency users with relevant acquisition parameters for developing requirement documentation. Participates and represents AIA in developing major system acquisition documentation. Interfaces with Chief, Program Evaluation Organization (HQ USAF/PEO), HQ USAF/IN, and the SAF/AQ on the APDP. Coordinates AIA-AFMC-day activities. Responsible for the AIA Weekly Activity Report to the ACS/I and AIA field units.
21.1.3. Programs (HQ AIA/XRP). HQ AIA/XRP is the AIA focal point and leadership for programming efforts related to the DoD Biennial Planning, Programming and Budgeting System and the Director, Central Intelligence (DCI) Capabilities Programming Budgeting System (CPBS). Develops AIA's input to the Air Force POM, NSA CCP, and the DIA GDIP. Ensures AIA programming actions support DoD, USAF and AIA objectives and that those actions are developed in accordance with Air Force Instruction 16-501, Control and Documentation of Air Force Programs, and the DCI CPBS Manual. Interprets DoD, DCI, NSA, DIA, and Air Force program guidance and keeps the AIA Commander and staff informed of key events, policy changes, and issues related to programmatic actions. Provides programming guidance and development instructions, procedural expertise, and assistance to the AIA staff and subordinate units. Supports all AIA corporate structure activities defined in AIAI 16-501. Chairs the PRP and provides the timekeeper and recorder for the PRP. Interfaces with appropriate Air Staff Resource Allocation Teams and program element monitors on program issues. Monitors implementation of Program Budget Decisions affecting AIA. Maintains a programming data base of all approved AIA Future Year Defense Plan resource levels. Maintains reference library of applicable program guidance documents. Prepares information for AIA Commander for use in defending AIA resource requirements at Air Staff, DIA, and NSA. Is AIA OPR for Air Force P-series Documents, PMDs and Program Management Plans.
21.1.4. Requirements and Technology (HQ AIA/XRR). HQ AIA/XRR manages the agency's requirements validation and prioritization process. Oversees the development of the agency's Technology Futures Plan. Ensures emerging technologies are blended into the planning and development of Air Force intelligence systems. Coordinates and administers the Requirements Execution Panel. Interfaces with HQ USAF and national level intelligence agencies, as required.
18.104.22.168. Requirements Management (HQ AIA/XRRM). HQ AIA/XRRM promulgates the use of readily available information sources encompassing AIA missions, plans, requirements, and resources. Encourages the structuring of information sources into an agency-wide data base. This data base supports sound requirements validation and resource allocation decisions tailored to include the agency's customer needs and provide maximum customer satisfaction of the agency's products and services. Processes mission need statements, operational requirements documents, and program baseline summaries.
22.214.171.124. Technology (HQ AIA/XRRT). HQ AIA/XRRT identifies and advocates technologies for application to intelligence and IW needs. Develops and maintains the Air Force Intelligence Technology Futures chapter of the Air Force Intelligence Functional Area Plan. Interfaces with industry, government and university laboratories to facilitate transfer of technology. Develops and coordinates cooperative research and development agreements between AIA offices and industry.
126.96.36.199. Requirements Validation (HQ AIA/XRRV). HQ AIA/XRRV validates and prioritizes agency requirements from a corporate perspective to include the HQ AIA strategic plan. Formulates a single requirements list in support of resource allocation and acquisition. Infuses discipline into the corporate process to ensure customer needs are met with optimum satisfaction through the centralized management of all agency requirements. Mandates the allocation of resources against only those requirements which adhere to the defined process and support customer needs.
21.1.5. Information Warfare Planning (HQ AIA/XRX). HQ AIA/XRX is the focal point for HQ USAF/IN and HQ AIA IW planning and principal coordinating office for Air Force IW issues to the Joint Staff and sister services. Oversees all HQ AIA long-range and strategic planning and selection of recurring initiatives to include the AIA Strategic Plan and long-range architecture. It manages AIA unit transfers and closures, bed downs new AIA units, develops a master plan for each unit, and manages AIA's PAD and PPLAN activities. As AIA's focal point for national systems, develops plans, doctrine, and policy; manages requirements validation and tracking; supports programming processes; and provides representatives to various national systems oversight and program management committees. Oversees all AIA internal and external policy issues concerning AIA and Air Staff, NSA, other services, SCEs, and other intelligence agencies. As the agency focal point for congressional issues, tracks intelligence-related legislation and assesses the impact of AIA, its subordinate units and Air Force intelligence in general. Monitors status of the intelligence budget.
188.8.131.52. Information Warfare (HQ AIA/XRXI). HQ AIA/XRXI develops, coordinates, and implements IW plans and programs. Branch personnel evaluate appropriate planning guidance and direction to access the impact on AIA future IW activities. Conducts force structure analyses to determine capabilities, shortfalls, and projected requirements in response to AIA planning efforts and congressional, OSD, JCS, and USAF guidance. OPR within AIA for all issues related to the counter information mission area plan and IW squadron intelligence support plan.
184.108.40.206. Strategic Planning (HQ AIA/XRXP). HQ AIA/XRXP manages all long-term and strategic AIA planning and selected recurring initiatives. Develops and updates the AIA Strategic Plan, long-range architecture, and other long-range planning initiatives. Formulates, coordinates and updates AIA mission architectures and ensures conformity with established architectures to support national objectives. Develops concepts and plans for intelligence collection, new applications of AIA resources, CONOPs for new AIA capabilities, and relationships with other Air Force commands and DoD agencies. Conducts force structure analyses to determine capabilities, shortfalls, and projected requirements in response to AIA planning efforts and Congressional, OSD, JCS, and USAF force guidance. Analyzes force structure options and provides recommendations on the integration of intelligence systems into the AIA inventory. Interfaces with HQ USAF and national agencies on long-range planning and provides guidance to AIA staff and subordinate elements on long-range planning efforts. Attends and conducts planning conferences. OPR for the AIA quarterly corporate planning and policy-making forum (VISTA). OPR for HQ AIA/XR training. HQ AIA/XR OPR for HUMINT issues. HQ AIA OPR for AIA SCE Exchange Officers. Serves as the primary AIA focal point for all SCE issues. Coordinates with US Army INSCOM, the Naval Security Group and NSA/CSS on all cryptologic issues and coordinates AIA participation in the O-6 level SCE offsite working group.
220.127.116.11. National Systems Planning (HQ AIA/XRXS). HQ AIA/XRXS develops, coordinates, and facilitates AIA's national systems policies, doctrine, and multi-INT plans and architectures using HQ USAF, DoD, NSA, and DCI guidance and direction. Oversees HQ AIA space functional management. Evaluates appropriate planning guidance and direction to assess the AIA impact of future national systems activities. Authorized to work directly with counterparts at HQ USAF, other commands, and national intelligence agencies involved with ongoing national systems actions affecting AIA. Attends conferences, program and system reviews, working groups, site management and integration panels, and national subcommittees as required. Conducts force structure analyses to determine capabilities, shortfalls and projected requirements in response to AIA planning efforts and Congressional, OSD, JCS and USAF guidance. Identifies requirements and coordinates authorization for AIA personnel at national systems sites, within national system program offices and other national agencies. The responsibilities and activities associated with these functions extend to all AIA mission areas and impact on AIA centers, wings, groups, and other field mission operations and headquarters staff management.
18.104.22.168. Bases and Units (HQ AIA/XRXU). HQ AIA/XRXU manages AIA unit transfers, closures, and bed downs. Oversees the team efforts of engineers, logisticians, budgeteers, manpower, and personnel specialists to identify and accomplish unit planning actions related to transfers, closures, and bed downs. Coordinates these actions with Air Staff, NSA, DIA, other MAJCOMs and separate operating agencies, and internal AIA organizations. Serves as the AIA focal point for Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) issues. Manages the program for developing Unit Master Plans for specified AIA units that reflects the unit's posture five to ten years in the future. Manages the PAD and PPLAN activities for AIA. Provides policy guidance for site surveys; requests and directs base site surveys. Serves as the AIA focal point and clearing house for all MOAs and MOUs, USAF and Joint Doctrine, and Joint Publications. Ensures agency policy embodies quality principles. Tasks subordinate AIA centers and units, chairs working groups, and briefs key AIA staff on issues within branch responsibility. Develops coordinated agency policy and provides agency policy, planning, and doctrinal guidance.
22. The Air Force Cryptologic Office:
22.1. Air Force Cryptologic Office (HQ AIA/CX). HQ AIA/CX identifies, investigates, and evaluates future cryptologic and intelligence dissemination technologies. Advocates technology integration and supports the development of Air Force cryptologic plans and programs, and the acquisition process for HQ AIA/CC and the ACS/I. Assists AIA in implementing Air Force cryptologic plans and programs. As directed by HQ AIA/CC and the ACS/I, represents the Air Force within NSA. Coordinates Air Force cryptologic policies, plans, and programs with United States Cryptologic System. Assists HQ AIA and HQ USAF/IN in validating and prioritizing Air Force cryptologic requirements and advocates these positions within NSA. Ensures CCP achieves maximum synergy with Defense Cryptologic Program and Information Systems Security Program. Manages AIA's fellowship and space roadmap internship programs at NSA.
JOHN J. CABAN, Colonel, USAF
Director of Plans and Requirements
Glossary Of Terms
ACS/I Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence AETC Air Education and Training Command AFC4A Air Force C4 Agency AFIWC Air Force Information Warfare Center AFMC Air Force Materiel Command AFPC Air Force Personnel Center AFSC Air Force Specialty Code AFSPC Air Force Space Command AIA Air Intelligence Agency APDP Acquisition Professional Development Program AMC Air Mobility Command BRAC Base Realignment and Closure C3CM Command, Control, and Communications Countermeasures C4 Command, Control, Communications, and Computer C4I Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence CCB Communications and Computer Board CCP Consolidated Cryptologic Program C-CS Communication-Computer System CIA Central Intelligence Agency CIPS Combined Intelligence Publishing Service COMNAVSECGRP Commander Naval Security Command COMPES Contingency and Operations Mobility Planning and Execution System COMPUSEC Computer Security COMSEC Communications Security CONOPS Concept of Operations CPBS Capabilities Programming Budgeting System CRITICOMM Critical Communications DAA Designated Approval Authority DCI Director, Central Intelligence DIA Defense Intelligence Agency DIRNSA Director, National Security Agency DISA Defense Information Systems Agency DoD Department of Defense DODIIS DoD Intelligence Information System EEO Equal Employment Opportunity EPR Enlisted Performance Report FAR Federal Acquisition Regulation FOA Field Operating Agency FOIA Freedom of Information Act FWA Fraud, Waste, and Abuse GAO General Accounting Office GDIP General Defense Intelligence Program HUMINT Human Intelligence ICF Intelligence Contingency Fund ILS Integrated Logistics Support IMA Individual Mobilization Augmentee IMINT Imagery Intelligence INSCOM Intelligence and Security Command (Army) INTS Intelligence Functions ISA Inter- and Intra-Service Support Agreement ISG Intelligence Systems Group IW Information Warfare JC2WC Joint Command and Control Warfare Center JCS Joint Chiefs of Staff LAN Local Area Network MAJCOM Major Command MANPER-M Manpower and Personnel Module MEP Management Engineering Program MOA Memorandum of Agreement MOU Memorandum of Understanding MPA Military Personnel Appropriation NAIC National Air Intelligence Center NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization NSA National Security Agency NSACSS National Security Agency Central Security Service O&M Operations and Maintenance OPLANs Operational Plans OPR Office of Primary Responsibility OPSEC Operations Security OPS TEMPO Operations Effectiveness OSC Organizational Structure Code OSD Office of the Secretary of Defense OSINT Open Source Intelligence PAD Program Action Directive PDP Program Decision Packages PIP Planning Implementation Panel POC Point of Contact POM Program Objective Memorandum PMD Program Management Directive PPLAN Programming Plan PRP Program Review Panel QAF Quality Air Force QAFA QAF Assessment REP Requirements Execution Panel RPA Reserve Personnel Appropriation SAF Secretary of the Air Force SAF/AQ Secretary of the Air Force, Acquisition SCE Service Cryptologic Element SCI Sensitive Compartmented Information SIGINT Signals Intelligence SORTS Status of Resources and Training Systems T&E Test and Evaluation TEMPEST Transient Electro-Magnetic Pulse Emanation Standard TIBS Tactical Information Broadcast Service UMD Unit Manpower Document USAF United States Air Force HQ USAF/IN HQ USAF, Intelligence HQ USAF/PE HQ USAF, Programs and Evaluation UTC Unit Type Code VI Visual Information WAN Worldwide Area Network
Organization Structure Codes
AIA/CC Commander AIA/CV Vice Commander AIA/CA Technical Director AIA/CCC Senior Enlisted Advisor AIA/CCR Mobility Assistant to Commander AIA/CS Staff Support AIA/CSE Executive Services AIA/CSP Protocol AIA/CSR Audio Visual and Presentations AIA/CSX Commanders Action Group AIA/CE The Civil Engineer AIA/CEO Civil Engineer Operations AIA/CEP Civil Engineer Programs AIA/DO Operations AIA/DOO Current Operations AIA/DOOO Current Operations AIA/DOOS Current Operations Support AIA/DOOT Tactical Information Broadcast Service (TIBS), Special Management Office (SMO) AIA/DOS Space and Advanced Programs AIA/DOSI Integration AIA/DOSP Space and Advanced Programs AIA/DOSR Resources AIA/DOST Technical Support AIA/DOSX Plans and Programs AIA/DOSZ Operations AIA/DOX Operations Plans AIA/DOXI Information Warfare Operations AIA/DOXR Combat Application and Customer Support AIA/DOXS Intelligence Requirements AIA/DOXX Plans and Readiness AIA/DOZ Operational Planning and Integration AIA/DOZB Operations Process Assessment AIA/DOZI Operations Integration AIA/DOZP Operations Planning AIA/DP Personnel AIA/DPA Assignments and Plans AIA/DPAA Airman Assignments And Contingency Mgt AIA/DPAO Officer Assignments AIA/DPAX Personnel Plans AIA/DPC Civilian Personnel AIA/DPCE Workforce Effectiveness AIA/DPCR Plans and Requirements AIA/DPCS Personnel Management AIA/DPCX Resources and Programs AIA/DPO Senior Officers AIA/DPP Personnel Programs AIA/DPPF Force Management AIA/DPPS Personnel Programs Staff AIA/DPT Training AIA/DPTE Training and Education AIA/DPTF Functional Training AIA/DPZ Executive Services AIA/FM Financial Management and Comptroller AIA/FMB Budget AIA/FMC Cost and Economics AIA/FMP Financial Plans AIA/HC Chaplain AIA/HO History AIA/IG Inspector General AIA/IGI Inspection AIA/JA Staff Judge Advocate AIA/LG Logistics AIA/LGC Contracting AIA/LGM Maintenance AIA/LGMM Maintenance Management and Policy AIA/LGMY Integrated Electronic Systems Management AIA/LGS Supply AIA/LGSP Supply Policy and Procedures AIA/LGSW Weapon System Support AIA/LGX Logistics Plans AIA/LGXI Strategic ILS Policy and Management AIA/LGXS Logistics Policy and Support AIA/PA Public Affairs AIA/PAE External Communications AIA/PAI Internal Information AIA/QI Quality AIA/RE Reserve Affairs AIA/REO Reserve Operations AIA/REP Reserve Personnel Management AIA/SC Communications and Information AIA/SCT Architecture, Technology, and Security AIA/SCTA Architecture AIA/SCTS Security AIA/SCTT Technology AIA/SCX Plans, Policy, and Resources AIA/SCXI Policy AIA/SCXP Plans AIA/SCXR Resources AIA/SE Safety AIA/SG Surgeon AIA/SO Security AIA/SOC Information Security AIA/SOP Personnel Security AIA/SOX Security Operations AIA/XR Plans and Requirements AIA/XRM Manpower and Organization AIA/XRMO Organization AIA/XRMQ Manpower Requirements AIA/XRMR Resources AIA/XRO Program Oversight AIA/XRP Programs AIA/XRR Requirements and Technology AIA/XRRM Requirements Management AIA/XRRT Technology AIA/XRRV Requirements Validation AIA/XRX Information Warfare Planning AIA/XRXI Information Warfare AIA/XRXP Strategic Planning AIA/XRXS National Systems Planning AIA/XRXU Bases and Units AIA/CX Air Force Cryptologic Office