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Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee

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The Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee, also referred to as the Defense Policy Board (DPBAC or DPB), is a federal advisory committee to the United States Department of Defense. Their charter is available online through the office of the Director of Administration and Management of the Department of Defense. The committee type is discretionary.

Richard Perle was the chairman of the committee during the initial years of the George W. Bush administration.

Excerpt of Objectives and Scope of Activities from charter:

1. The Defense Policy Board will serve the public interest by providing the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy with independent, informed advice and opinion concerning major matters of defense policy. It will focus upon long-term, enduring issues central to strategic planning for the Department of Defense and will be responsible for research and analysis of topics, long or short range, addressed to it by the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.

Announcements for upcoming meetings of the DPBAC are published in the Federal Register.

Historically, the DPBAC has mostly served as a method for the Pentagon to leverage consulting expertise in the private sector. However, the DPBAC served a very powerful and influential role in foreign policy in the George W. Bush presidency. Former Chairman Richard Perle was an influence in the decision to go to war in Iraq, and Jack Keane was instrumental in the implementation of the Iraq War troop surge of 2007.

On 1 July 2009, Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates announced a new lineup that Matthew B. Stannard said offered a look at Gates' defense priorities.[1]

On 25 November 2020, just before the Thanksgiving weekend, the Trump administration removed at least 11 of 13 board members, including senior defense policy experts such as Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright and Jane Harman,[2] leaving Paula Dobriansky and Jim Talent.[3] As of November 27, 2020, replacements have not been named.[4][5]

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Current members of the board

References

  1. ^ New COIN in the Realm
  2. ^ Pickrell, Ryan (28 November 2020). "The Trump administration quietly pushed out nearly a dozen prominent defense advisors after its Pentagon leadership purge". Business Insider. Retrieved 29 November 2020.
  3. ^ "Trump Administration Clears Out Pentagon Defense Policy Board". KABC-AM. Retrieved 29 November 2020.
  4. ^ a b CNN, Barbara Starr and Ryan Browne. "Trump administration removes experts from Defense Policy Board". CNN. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  5. ^ Detsch, Jack; Gramer, Robbie (25 November 2020). "Pentagon Purges Leading Advisors From Defense Policy Board - It's unclear why the Trump administration waited until its final months to shake up the influential group of outside experts advising top Pentagon leaders". Foreign Policy. Retrieved 27 November 2020.
  6. ^ "Defense Policy Board". policy.defense.gov. Retrieved 26 November 2020.

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