Through Executive Agent oversight and coordination, the Department of Defense Non-Lethal Weapons Program–comprised of Joint and Service programs–will serve as the Department's proponent to effectively identify, develop, test and evaluate, transition, field, and sustain integrated, relatively reversible, and scalable effects technologies and capabilities, and develop associated policies, doctrine, concepts, and training in order to provide timely solutions to current and future requirements across the range of military operations, maximize mission effectiveness, and minimize risk to U.S. forces, coalition partners, civilians, and critical infrastructure.