"Defence officials can bring their suggestions to the committee on Monday," he said, denying there was any competition between rival departments and preferring talk of a "military operation" rather than war.
Israel and Hezbollah fought each other between July 12 and August 14 after Islamic Resistance soldiers from the Shia organisation captured two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid.
Israeli media called the conflict the Second Lebanon War, following Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon, which was dubbed Operation Peace in Galilee.
Israel has commissioned multiple investigations into the widely perceived failures of the conflict, most notably a government commission, in a bid to appease public criticism and protests from thousands of army reservists.
Members of the public have urged Peretz and Ehud Olmert, Israel's prime minister, to step down over the war.
Dan Halutz, the military's chief of staff, has so far been the only senior leader to resign as a result of the conflict.