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MATTERS APPRPRIATE
FOR THE USSC IG

 

  • Abuse of authority
  • Fraud, Contract and procurement fraud, or other fraud, Health care fraud, Travel or purchase card fraud
  • Gross Waste
  • Gross mismanagement
  • Toxic leadership/work environment
  • Threats to security
  • Health and safety issues
  • Trafficking in persons
  • Improper military mental health evaluations
  • Leaks of classified information
  • Bribery and acceptance of gratuities
  • Counterfeit or substandard parts
  • Whistleblower Reprisals
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Computer crimes
  • Cost/labor mischarging


NOTE:  The list above is NOT all inclusive and anyone can discuss any topic with the IG.  The IG will assist to evaluate and determine the best and most appropriate resolution strategy.


In accordance with Joint Inspector General Guidance, “The Joint IG will encourage the Military or civilian employee to discuss complaints, allegations, or requests for assistance first with the commander, chain of command, or supervisor. If the complainant does not wish to do so, the Joint IG will accept the Joint IG Action Request (IGAR). If specific redress procedures are available, the Joint IG will teach and train the complainant on using the appropriate, formally established redress process and refer him or her to that process.”