geospatial information and services priorities
The priorities defined by the Joint Chiefs of Staff for indicating the relative importance of geospatial information and services geographical area as well as weapons systems support requirements. The priorities are used as one of the factors in allocating National Imagery and Mapping Agency production resources. Priority definitions are contained in the joint strategic planning document.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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