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MCICOM Solution Intake Form

MCICOM Campaign of Learning 
Supported by MCICOM, the G7 I-neXt branch drives performance and innovation under the Command & Staff Support portfolio and is responsible for accelerating and integrating new and emerging technologies, processes, and organizational adaptations – across the Command – as they relate to design, construction, and management of our installations. 

I-neXt Vision 
Advance capabilities on Marine Corps installations, support the Force of the 21st Century, and realize the full potential of a "Next Generation Installation." 

I-neXt Mission 
Identify, pilot, and transition solutions to solve the most pressing problems facing Marine Corps installations through facilitation, consultation, and an innovation-ecosystem of creative partnerships. 

I-neXt Values 
As stated by our 38th Commandant, “the Marine Corps needs disruptive thinkers who are willing to challenge the status quo.” Built on two of the Marine Corps values: of courage and commitment, I-neXt approaches its work leveraging collaboration, adaptation, and transformation.


What is a “solution”?
A solution opportunity may be a product or capability that is relevant for improving how we operate in the Marine Corps. Responses may also describe a pilot project that is already underway in the Marine Corps (or other Service) and which utilizes specific capabilities that may be relevant and applicable to a wider audience.

Please complete the following form to share information about your solution. Note: Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). If you have questions or need assistance completing this form, please contact the MCICOM G7 I-neXt team for support:

Definition of Terms for Reference

Definitions for Alignment to I-neXt Vectors:

Protection: Measures to address threats and challenges, or to maintain situational awareness and control of who and what comes onto Marine Corps bases and stations

Resilience: Building capacity and readiness to generate, store, and distribute energy and water in order to sustain operations “off the grid”

Maintenance: Developing integrated “smart” monitoring and control systems to support efficient reporting, tracking and fulfillment processes and enables predictive maintenance and timely repairs

Training and Range Support: Optimized facilities and resources to support state-of-the-art, full spectrum training for the 21st century warfighter

Mobility: Addresses or improves the freedom of movement of Marines both on an installation or around it, such as establishing multi-modal, needs-based transit on installations with lower costs and environmental impacts

Community: Applies to quality of life for civilian Marines and families, to include integration between the installation and the local area; access to resources & services “outside the fence line”

Operational Reach: Modernized infrastructure and communications networks that are fully connected, enabled and hardened to provide full-spectrum support to operational capabilities across domains

Command and Control: Data-driven operational control that ensures near-real time coordination, interoperability and information integration

Data: Advanced technology integration and governance strategy that supports the storage, management, sharing, and use of data across the installation and enterprise

Definitions for DOTMLPF-P Alignment:

D (Doctrine): The way we do the job

O (Organization): How we organize to do the job, how the organization runs

T (Training): The training needed to do the job

M (Materiel): All the “stuff” necessary to equip the team to operate effectively

L (Leadership and education): How leaders are prepared to lead, related to the job, from squad leader to 4-star general/admiral; and professional development or education needed for leaders

P (Personnel): The availability of qualified people for peacetime, wartime, and various contingency operations (and FTEs required) to assure that the job gets done

F (Facilities): The real property, installations, and industrial facilities needed or existing—that supports the ability to the job

P (Policy): Related to the job, the DoD, interagency, international policy that impact the other six non-material elements above

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