What is the GCCS-J Family of Systems (FoS)?
GCCS-J provides a Common Operating Environment (COE) for a multitude of systems and tools — both joint and service specific. These systems feed data into GCCS-J and are referred to as “The GCCS-J FoS.”
What is Common Operational Picture (COP)?
COP is the integrated capability to receive, correlate, and display a Common Tactical Picture (CTP), including planning applications and theater-generated overlays and/or projections; for instance, Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC), battle plans, and force position projections. Overlays and projections may include location of friendly, hostile, and neutral units, assets, and reference points.
What is GCSS?
The Global Combat Support System (GCSS) is the information tool that provides logistics operators and the warfighter — at both the Joint and component command levels — a fused, integrated, near real-time, accurate logistics picture that enables control of the logistics pipeline.
What is JOPES?
The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES) is a system of systems, comprised of policies and procedures, communicating capabilities, Information Technology (IT), data, and people. By combining these components, the Department of Defense (DOD) is able to plan for and conduct Joint military operations.
What is GSORTS?
The Global Status of Resources and Training System (GSORTS) is used as a database query tool to obtain information on unit readiness and location data.
What is GCCS-I3?
The Global Command and Control System - Integrated Intelligence and Imagery (GCCS-I3) provides Common Operational Picture (COP)–centric imagery and intelligence of related capabilities developed by the four military services and selected agencies in response to Joint warfighter requirements.