Key Strategic Documents
Published, August 8, 2012
The following is a list of key strategic documents.
2010 Quadrennial Defense Review
CJCS Guidance for 2011
CNO's Sailing Directions: Outlines U.S. Navy's mission, priorities and vision.
DoD Information Enterprise Strategic Plan
DoD IT Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap: The strategy and roadmap identifies 26 initiatives
that will allow the DoD to realize improvements to the DoD information environment.
Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace
IM/IT/Cyberspace Campaign Plan: The DON Information Management/Information Technology/Cyberspace Campaign Plan for
Fiscal Years 2011-2013 outlines the IM/IT/cyberspace and IRM priorities of the Department of the Navy for the next 24
months. Throughout this period, the DON will retain the flexibility to respond to emerging challenges and opportunities;
therefore, the plan is a living document, which will incorporate feedback and updates as necessary.
DON NNE~2016 Strategic Definition,
Scope and Strategy
DON Posture Statement
Federal CIO Council Strategic Plan
Strategy for 21st Century Seapower
DON Objectives: The DON objectives focus on key efforts that will provide real benefits to the
Nation in fulfillment of our responsibilities to maintain a capable Navy and Marine Corps.
Marine Corps Vision and Strategy
National Military Strategy of the U.S.A: The purpose of this document is to provide the ways
and means by which the United States military will advance its enduring national interests as articulated in the 2010
National Security Strategy and to accomplish the defense objectives in the 2010 Quadrennial Defense Review.
Plan to Reform Federal IT Management: 25 point implementation plan to reform federal
information technology management.
Sustaining Global U.S. Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense: This strategic guidance for the
Department of Defense articulates priorities for a 21st century defense that sustains U.S. global leadership. This
guidance reflects the President's strategic direction to the Department and was deeply informed by the Department's
civilian and military leadership, including the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Secretaries of the Military Departments, and
the Combatant Commanders.
U.S. Navy's Vision for Information Dominance