DoD IG Semiannual Reports

December 19, 2014

DoD OIG Semiannual Report to the Congress | April 1, 2014 to September 30, 2014

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The Semiannual Report to the Congress has been issued for the reporting period of April 1, 2014, to September 30, 2014. The report summarizes the scope of DoD OIG’s oversight activities, as well as the contributions of the audit and investigative agencies of the military departments. During the reporting period, DoD OIG issued 76 reports identifying $9 billion in potential monetary benefits.  Defense Criminal Investigative Service investigations were the basis for 70 arrests, 145 criminal charges, 136 criminal convictions, 68 suspensions and 137 debarments as well as $354.9 million in investigative receivables and recoveries. 

This report highlights a few of those significant projects completed during the reporting period, including the management of the Air Force’s MQ-9 acquisition program, the Defense Logistics Agency’s overpayment of spare parts for the Bell Helicopters, and an investigation of the owner and president of Precision Metal Spinning, Inc., for making false statements to the Government by the Defense Criminal Investigative Service, resulting in a $1.6 million settlement and suspension from contracting with the Government.

The Semiannual Report insert includes project summaries, statistical highlights and a snapshot of DoD OIG’s global presence. To view the Semiannual Report to the Congress, click here (9.01MB). To view the insert, click here (1.7MB).

June 23, 2014

DoD OIG Semiannual Report to the Congress | October 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014

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The Semiannual Report to the Congress has been issued for the reporting period of October 1, 2013, through March 31, 2014. The report summarizes the scope of DoD OIG’s oversight activities, as well as the contributions of the audit and investigative agencies of the military departments. During the reporting period, DoD OIG issued 52 reports identifying $3.6 million in potential monetary benefits. Defense Criminal Investigative Service investigations were the basis for 48 arrests, 171 criminal charges, 147 criminal convictions, 82 suspensions, and 81 debarments, as well as $1.5 billion in monetary benefits to the Government.

This report highlights a few of those significant projects completed during the reporting period, including an assessment of the operations of Arlington National Cemetery and the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery, and an investigation by the Defense Criminal Investigative Service that resulted in a civil settlement of $3.5 million by Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation to resolve allegations of false claims.

The Semiannual Report insert includes project summaries, statistical highlights and a snapshot of DoD OIG’s global presence. To view the Semiannual Report to the Congress, click here (14.8 MB). To view the insert, click here (2.99MB).

February 3, 2014

DoD OIG Semiannual Report to the Congress | April 1, 2013 to September 30, 2013

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The Semiannual Report to the Congress has been issued for the reporting period of April 1, 2013, through September 30, 2013. The report summarizes the scope of our achievements of DoD OIG, as well as the contributions of the audit and investigative agencies of the military departments. During the reporting period, DoD OIG issued 83 reports and identified $23.5 billion in potential monetary benefits. DCIS investigations resulted in 111 arrests, 175 criminal charges, 147 criminal convictions, 76 suspensions, and 102 debarments, as well as $619.8 million returned to the U.S. government. 

This report highlights a few of those significant projects completed during the reporting period, including a review of whether Military Criminal Investigative Organizations investigate sexual assaults as required by guiding policies and procedures, and implementing recent enhancements to whistleblower protection statutes. Representatives of DoD OIG also testified at two hearings: one about concerns regarding a contract with the prime food/nonfood vendor for our Nation’s Warfighters in Afghanistan; and one about DoD direct assistance to Afghanistan and DoD OIG’s oversight efforts.

The Semiannual Report insert includes project summaries, statistical highlights and challenge areas for the Department. To view the Semiannual Report to the Congress, click here (7.7 MB).  To view the insert, click here (1.13MB).

June 10, 2013

DoD OIG Semiannual Report to the Congress | October 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013

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The Semiannual Report to the Congress has been issued for the reporting period of October 1, 2012, through March 31, 2013. The report summarizes the scope of our achievements of DoD OIG, as well as the contributions of the audit and investigative agencies of the military departments.

During the reporting period, DoD OIG issued 64 reports and identified $1.3 billion in potential monetary benefits. DCIS investigations resulted in 56 arrests, 102 criminal charges, 98 criminal convictions, 98 suspensions, and 95 debarments, as well as $1.6 billion returned to the U.S. government.  

This report highlights a few of those significant projects completed during the reporting period, including investigation of a prime DoD contractor for falsely claiming to be a service-disabled veteran owned small business, and evaluation of the Air Force Accident Investigation Board report on the F-22A mishap of November 16, 2010. This issue also discusses the DoD Whistleblower Protection Program, including the appointment of a DoD whistleblower protection ombudsman.  

This year, DoD OIG celebrates 30 years of promoting integrity, efficiency, accountability and excellence in our nation’s defense programs. In recognition of this milestone, the SAR insert focuses on significant projects from the past 30 years, as well as highlights of current and upcoming projects. To view the Semiannual Report to the Congress, click here (8.01MB). To view the insert, click here (3.07MB).

December 10, 2012

DoD OIG Semiannual Report to the Congress | April 1, 2012 to September 30, 2012

SARThe Semiannual Report to the Congress for the reporting period of April 1 to September 30, 2012 has been issued. The report summarizes the significant achievements of DoD OIG, as well as the audit and investigative agencies of the military departments.

During the reporting period, DoD OIG issued 79 reports to include audits, assessments and evaluations and identified potential monetary benefits of $2.8 billion. DCIS, working closely with counterpart law enforcement agencies, conducted investigations that resulted in 72 arrests, 167 criminal convictions, 37 suspensions, and 136 debarments, and generated a return of $3.3 billion to the U.S. government. This report highlights oversight efforts related to Afghanistan and warrior care. The report also summarizes significant accomplishments of DoD OIG audits, investigations and inspections.

The Semiannual Report insert includes project summaries, statistical highlights and challenge areas for the Department. To view the Semiannual Report to the Congress, click here (9MB). To view the insert, click here (2.42MB).

NOTICE: On page 57, table 2.3, the number of substantiated Senior Official Complaints closed by DoD OIG in FY 12 is inaccurate. The correct number is twelve. This error is due to the new internal case management database system implemented by DoD OIG during the reporting period covered by this semiannual report. During the data migration, some records did not transfer correctly from the legacy system into the new system and required manual data entry that was done after the semiannual report for this period had already been issued.
 

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