readiness review


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readiness review

[′red·i·nəs ri‚vyü]
(computer science)
An on-site examination of the adequacy of preparations for effective utilization upon installation of a computer, and to identify any necessary corrective actions.
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The FORSCOM Intelligence Readiness Review Board (FIRRB) provides a regularly scheduled Intel Readiness Forum for SIOs from the three active Army Corps, the 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command, and the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Command G2s.
This phase culminates at the preparation readiness review where the IPC and PC update DCMA on the finalized plan for transitioning LOGCAP service and operation requirements between the PC and the IPC.
Alternatively, smaller and less complex organizations may find that simply performing an IAM readiness review could generate policy and process improvements that would facilitate compliance and information security initiatives that would allow the organization to realize benefits without implementing new software.
DLA also participates in the Army's Strategic Readiness Review and the Army Strategic Readiness Update to the Chief of Staff of the Army to provide assessment and analysis of DLA's support to the Army and determine future requirements.
Fluor's readiness review process evaluates over 1,500 items and ranks the owner's readiness.
Ahrens has been named operations readiness review manager at the Washington Demilitarization Co.
The division serves as focal point for the planning, programming, and budgeting system (PPBS), legislative issues, Joint Requirements Oversight Council, Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment (JWCA), Joint Monthly Readiness Review (JMRR), and Quadrennial Defense Review processes.
This report, the joint monthly readiness review, addresses overall readiness in two major areas--current day-to-day preparedness and readiness to execute a major theater war or other scenario envisioned in national security strategy.
The Surface Warfare Enhancement Act of 2018 would address some of the root causes of declining readiness, which were outlined by Navy and military officials in the most recent Strategic Readiness Review and Comprehensive Review.
Sustainment readiness review ratings have improved, and overall command emphasis on maintenance functions are overwhelmingly apparent in those units.
The CH-53E's report, titled the Super Stallion Independent Readiness Review (SSIRR), "had a lot of findings that were causal to this low readiness," Vanderborght said.
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