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Report
Introduction to
Functionally-Based Security Force Assistance
FUNCTIONALLY-BASED SECURITY
FORCE ASSISTANCE
Table of Contents
What We Will Cover
1. The Resolute Support Mission
2. The 8 Essential Functions
3. FB-SFA Organization & Management
4. The Advisor Network Tool (ANET)
5. FB-SFA Guide 3.0 & Other Products
Mission
ISAF MISSION
ISAF, in partnership with the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
(GIRoA), conducts population-centric counterinsurgency (COIN) operations, enables
expanded and effective Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF), and supports
improved governance and socio-economic development in order to protect the Afghan
people and provide a secure environment for sustainable stability.
Mission
RESOLUTE SUPPORT MISSION
“In six months’ time, our ISAF combat mission will be completed. Afghan troops and police will
be fully responsible for security across the country. Our goal is to launch a new mission to train,
advise and assist the Afghan security forces from the start of next year. Today, we endorsed the
detailed operational plan for that new mission, called Resolute Support.”
NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Chapter 2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The Resolute Support Mission
The 8 Essential Functions
FB-SFA Organization & Management
The Advisor Network Tool (ANET)
FB-SFA Guide 3.0 & Other Products
Transition to 8 Essential Functions
Sustainment
Training
Combined Arms Integration
Leadership
Command and Control
The Five Pillars
8 Essential Functions
EF 1: Plan, Program, Budget
and Execute
EF2: Internal Controls/TAO
EF3:Rule of Law/Governance
EF4: Force Generation
EF5: Force Sustainment
EF6: Security Campaigns/OPS
EF7: Intelligence
EF8: STRATCOM
ENDSTATES FOR THE 8 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
EF1 PLANNING, PROGRAMMING, BUDGETING, AND EXECUTION
ASI/ANSF is able to conduct multi-year programming that meets their
sustainment requirements; align the budget with their programs; and
execute within available resources in order to plan in accordance with the
National Security Strategy with regards to internal security and protection of
GIRoA’s recognized international borders.
EF2 INTERNAL CONTROLS TO ASSURE TAO
GIRoA establishes a transparent and accountable fiscal stewardship posture
that demonstrates the political will to fight corruption; investigate suspected
offenders within ASI and ANSF; and prosecute in accordance with recognized
international standards and GIRoA law.
EF3 RULE OF LAW AND GOVERNANCE
ASI/ANSF respect and adhere to the Rule of Law and operates in accordance
with Afghanistan’s constitution, domestic laws, and international obligations
via the integration of civilian control of the security forces that are exercised
through the MoI and MoD.
EF4 FORCE GENERATION
ANSF/ASI recruits, trains, and retains sufficient qualified personnel to meet
forecasted manpower requirements, while concurrently managing their
employment along career paths through merit-based selection in order to
maximize long-term potential and operational effectiveness—all resulting in
an increasingly professional force capable of providing stability and security
in Afghanistan.
ENDSTATES FOR THE 8 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
EF5 FORCE SUSTAINMENT
ASI/ANSF develops demand-based systems that are responsive to end-user
needs that meet strategic and operational requirements in facilities
management; medical; maintenance; and logistics in order to enable
effective operations and security campaigns.
EF6 EXECUTE EFFECTIVE SECURITY CAMPAIGNS AND OPS
ASI and ANSF are capable of planning, synchronizing, conducting and
sustaining joint and combined arms operations in support of National level
security, governance, and development objectives in accordance with the
current year budget, future year programming, strategic priorities, and
executable resource limitations.
EF7 INTELLIGENCE
ASI/ANSF are able to plan and execute special, conventional, and police
operations using Afghan derived intelligence in order to confront current and
projected threats to Afghanistan.
EF8 STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS
ASI and ANSF effectively communicate with the Afghan population within the
security institutions and with the international community in order to
engender support and confidence, and counter the insurgency’s influence.
Chapter 3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The Resolute Support Mission
The 8 Essential Functions
FB-SFA Organization & Management
The Advisor Network Tool (ANET)
FB-SFA Guide 3.0 & Other Products
FB-SFA Management
SFA Board
• SFA Center
-
Jan 14: FB-SFA 60-day
review team finds
there is no unity of
effort in FB-SFA;
recommends creation
of SFA Fusion Cell
-
27 Jan 14: SFA Fusion
Cell formally
established to conduct
day-to-day
management of FB-SFA
-
Today: With FB-SFA
fully implemented, SFA
Fusion Cell has now
become part of ISAF
CJ35 and is called the
SFA Center
SFA
Working Group
Director SFAC =
Chairman SFA WG
Sets agenda for SFA WG
SFA Center
Management
Essential
Functions
8 x EF managers
Reports, Returns
and Readiness
Link in with
8 Essential Functions
within ISAF DCOS sections
Executive
(Ministerial)
MoD, MoI, etc
Generating
(Institutional)
Trng Centers, etc
Operating
(Fielded Forces)
Kandak, Corps, etc
EF 8: STRATCOM
EF 7: Intelligence
EF 6: Campaign Operations/C2
EF 5: Force Sustainment
EF 4: Force Generation
EF 3: Rule of Law / Governance
EF 2: Internal Controls/TAO
EF 1: Plan, Program, Budget, Execute
FB-SFA Management Process
SFA Board
SFA
Working Group
TAAC
Target Meeting
STRATCOM
STRATCOM
8: 8:
EFEF
3 Days
Generation
Force
7: Intelligence
EF 4: EF
Operations/C2
Operations/C2
Campaign
Campaign
6: 6:
EFEF
/ Governance
Law Sustainment
Force
EF 3: Rule
EF 5:of
SFA Board
(if necessary)
8 Days
Force Generation
Intelligence
7: 4:
EFEF
/ Governance
of LawBudget,
3: Rule
Execute
Program,
Plan,
EF 1:EF
Controls/TAO
Sustainment
Internal
2: Force
EF
EF 5:
Budget, Execute
Controls/TAO
Program,
1: Plan,
2: Internal
EF EF
Commander’s SFA Update
CSU
Direction and
Guidance
SFA
Working Group
Unclassified
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Chapter 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The Resolute Support Mission
The 8 Essential Functions
FB-SFA Organization & Management
The Advisor Network Tool (ANET)
FB-SFA Guide 3.0 & Other Products
Corresponding Essential Function map:
4, Train
Minister of Interior
EFs / GIRoA offices / GIRoA officials / advisors
*click*
Advisor Name
Phone: -- ---- ----Office: ---------
Advisor’s Responsibilities in FB-SFA:
- Advising/Assisting Afghan counterparts through
visits & embeds;
- Feeding problems or target sheets into the
FBFSA management process;
- Updating the process maps;
- Updating the ANET;
- Updating the SFA handbook; &
- Providing lessons learned
Chapter 5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The Resolute Support Mission
The 8 Essential Functions
FB-SFA Organization & Management
The Advisor Network Tool (ANET)
FB-SFA Guide 3.0 & Other Products
Resources
Important Manuals
Valuable Periodicals
Summary
What we have covered:
1. The Resolute Support Mission
2. The 8 Essential Functions
3. FB-SFA Organization &
Management
4. The Advisor Network Tool
(ANET)
5. FB-SFA Guide 3.0 & Other
Products

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