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Corporate Author United States. Government Accountability Office, issuing body.

Title Army Pacific Pathways, comprehensive assessment and planning needed to capture benefits relative to costs and enhance value for participating units : report to congressional committees.

Publication Info. [Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Accountability Office, 2016.

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 Axe Federal Documents Online  GA 1.13:GAO-17-126    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource (ii, 53 pages) : color illustrations, color maps
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note "November 2016."
"GAO-17-126."
"Revised November 30, 2016 to add additional language to the highlights page from the body of the report, in order to provide more context about the costs of Pacific Pathways."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Background. -- Army has identified Pacific Pathways costs and benefits, but has not comprehensively assessed them. -- The Army faces challenges in synchronizing planning for Pacific Pathways as a cohesive operation and incorporating the training objectives of supporting unites. -- Conclusions. -- Recommendations for executive action. -- Agency comments and our evaluation.
Summary In accordance with the shift in U.S. strategy and rebalance of military forces to the Asia-Pacific, USARPAC has turned its focus toward rebuilding its expeditionary readiness. To this end, USARPAC launched the Pacific Pathways initiative in 2014, in which it deploys a battalion-sized task force for approximately 90 days to conduct a series of exercises in the Asia-Pacific for the purpose of enhancing readiness and strengthening relationships with allies, among other things. As of September 2016, USARPAC had completed six Pathway operations. This report examines the extent to which the Army has (1) assessed the costs and benefits of Pacific Pathways; and (2) synchronized plans and incorporated training objectives of supporting units to maximize the training value for all participating Army forces. GAO reviewed documents and data and interviewed relevant officials involved in Pacific Pathways. GAO recommends that USARPAC conduct a comprehensive analysis of Pathways’ benefits in light of its costs, better synchronize planning, and integrate supporting units’ training objectives.
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover page (GAO, viewed Dec 1, 2016).
Subject United States. Army, Pacific -- Training.
United States. Army -- Operational readiness.
United States. Pacific Command.
Military planning -- United States.
Cost effectiveness.
Genre/Form Online resources.
Added Author Russell, Cary.
Added Title Comprehensive assessment and planning needed to capture benefits relative to costs and enhance value for participating units
Gpo Item No. 0546-D (online)
Sudoc No. GA 1.13:GAO-17-126

 
    
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