You will write a 1000-word to 2000-word (not including the cover and reference pages) paper by analyzing the following focused-area presented during this series.
Thoroughly analyze the concept of interorganizational cooperation. Include in your analysis a description of the three expected outcomes of interorganizational cooperation (Unity of Effort, Common Objectives, and Common Understanding). Analyze the concept of whole-of government approach and the possible outcomes it should produce. Finally, compare and contrast a joint interagency coordination group (JIACG) and a civil-military operations center (CMOC). Your analysis must include examples of real-world/life events that support your conclusions.
Be sure to include a discussion of how you may use these concepts in the future.

Level 1 Heading: Interorganizational Cooperation
Level 1 Heading: Whole-of-Government Approach
Level 1 Heading Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) and a Civil-military Operations Center (CMOC)
Reference Page: Must have at least 3 Refs
Your analysis must include examples of real-world/life events that support your conclusions, Suggest using Historical Examples.

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Interorganizational cooperation and whole-of-government approach play an influential role in the success of the army in its operations. According to the Joint Publication 3-08 (2016), interorganizational cooperation has the potential to foster cooperation in areas that the relevant stakeholders and the military have a mutual interest. Besides, interorganizational cooperation may promote a joint operational picture while empowering the stakeholders and the military to share fundamental information (Joint Publication 3-08, 2016). The whole-of-government approach usually brings the cooperative efforts of the USG agencies and departments together, hence promoting the unity of effort. Also worth noting is that, while they share some differences, both the joint interagency coordination group (JIACG) and the civil-military operations center (CMOC) helps the military to optimize its functions. This paper analyzes the concepts of interorganizational cooperation and whole-of-government approach. Also, the paper compares and contrasts JIACG and CMOC.
Outcomes of interorganizational cooperation
Interorganizational cooperation refers to a situation where Non-governmental organizations team up with the U.S. Departments and agencies in areas of common interest not only to promote a shared operational picture, but also to allow for seamless sharing of core resources and information. The notion that external organizations have the potential to affect the mission of the Joint Force Commander and vice versa serves as the foundation for interorganizational cooperation. According to Joint Publication 3-08 (2016), interorganizational cooperation facilitates three essential outcomes which include unity of effort, common objectives, and common understanding.
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