The U.S. Marine Corps is creating a blueprint detailing how the service designs new capabilities for information operations, C4ISRNet reported Tuesday.
A spokesperson for the service said the Marine Corps Information Environment Blueprint is being designed for the newly-established Marine Expeditionary Force Information Groups.
MIGs are tasked to manage and deliver all information-related capabilities to Marine Corps commanders for cyber, intelligence, electronic warfare and information operations.
A top official for information at Marine Corps said the MCIEE Blueprint will include policies, standards, services, infrastructures, technical designs and architectural elements required to provide capabilities across the enterprise.
“Development of the MCIEE Blueprint is an iterative process focused on the delivery of capabilities defined by and validated against user objectives, functional goals and mission requirements,” the official noted.
The Marine Corps aims to release the final MCIEE in spring 2019 and intends to update the document periodically to add new capabilities.