In 1956, to practice the thoughts and instructions of the late President Chiang Kai-shek, the former Taiwan Defense Headquarters carried out successively the joint operations of the party, the government and the military in the "Kunyang" and "Xianyang" exercises, creating the first records of joint military and political operations. In 1964, the former Taiwan Garrison General Headquarters established the "Provincial-level Conference for Joint Operations in Taiwan-Penghu Region" to convene meetings for the all-out joint operations in accordance with the "Implementation Measures for the Party, Government, and Military Joint Operations Conference in the Taiwan- Penghu Region"
The Conference was ordered by the Central Government to change its name to the "Taiwan-Penghu Region Party, Government, and Military Joint Operations Conference" in 1973 and then the "Taiwan-Penghu Region All-out Joint Operations Conference", or the General Mobilization Coordination Conference, on January 1, 1978.
In 1983, the Conference was ordered by the Executive Yuan to be incorporated into the national general mobilization system and to be guided and operated by the administrative system. On January 1, 1984, the "National Joint Operations Conference" at all the levels was renamed the "General Mobilization Coordination Conference."
All-out Mobilization Coordination Conference for Comprehensive National Defense Forces
The former Garrison General Headquarters was abolished on August 1, 1992, and the Ministry of National Defense ordered the "Taiwan Region General Mobilization Coordination Conference," whose original name and organizational structure were maintained, to be subordinated under the Military Control Region and the Coastal Patrol Command. On May 1, 1995, the battlefield administration mission was ended in the Jinmen and Mazu regions, and these two regions have since been included in the general mobilization system of the General Mobilization Coordination Conference, which changed its name to the “Taiwan-Fujian Region General Mobilization Coordination Conference”, but the name was later approved to change to the "All-out Mobilization Coordination Conference for Comprehensive National Defense Forces” on July 1, 1997.
All-out Combat Powers Comprehensive Coordination Conference
On November 14, 2001, after the promulgation of the "All-out Defense Mobilization Readiness Act", the Ministry of National Defense designated the Armed Forces Reserve Command to set up the "All-out Combat Powers Comprehensive Coordination Conference" .
1. Promotion of combat powers comprehensive coordination conference at all levels
2. Mobilization of all-out defense exercise (Min'an and Wan'an Drills)
3. Mobilization of material resources
4. Disaster prevention and relief - Assisting in the transfer (rental) of disaster relief materials and equipment