Standards and Specifications)
ASSIST is a database system for DoD-wide standardization information management and resides at the Department of Defense Single Stock Point (DODSSP), located at the Document Automation and Production Service in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ASSIST is the official source of DoD specifications and standards. ASSIST-Quick Search allows users to conduct simple document searches without having to register for ASSIST-Online.
for Joint Operations
The Capstone Concept for Joint Operations (CCJO) describes in broad terms the vision of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS), for how the joint force circa 2016-2028 will operate in response to a wide variety of security challenges.
of Defense (DoD) Issuances (Directives, Instructions, and other publications)
The DoD Directives System provides for the orderly processing, approval, publication, distribution, internal review, and records management of DoD Directives, DoD Instructions, and DoD Publications. The DoD Directives System also includes the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Federal Register System. The database can be searched from the "Advanced Search" page and from its own search page.
Index of Security Classification Guides
This is the most accurate source of classification instructions. This Index is a FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY publication.
Education and Training Electronic Information System (JDEIS)
JDEIS replaces the Joint Electronic Library (JEL) as the primary authoritative source of joint doctrine, education, training and related information. JDEIS contains a searchable database of all approved Joint Doctrine Publications, the DoD Dictionary, and is the sole authoritative source for the Universal Joint Task List. Users need Common Access Cards (CAC) and workstations with CAC readers, or DoD-approved certificates to access JDEIS. Users without Common Access Cards can still view publicly available information on the Joint Electonic Library.
Militarily Critical Technologies
MCTL is a documented snapshot in time of the ongoing DoD MCTL Process. The technologies included in the DoD MCTL support the Joint Chiefs of Staff objectives.