Audit of the DoD’s Revaluation of the Support Provided to Ukraine Through Presidential Drawdown Authority (Report No. DODIG‑2024‑095)



Audit of the DoD’s Revaluation of the Support Provided to Ukraine Through Presidential Drawdown Authority (Report No. DODIG‑2024‑095)

Semiannual Report to the Congress – October 1, 2023 through March 31, 2024



Semiannual Report to the Congress – October 1, 2023 through March 31, 2024

Evaluation of the Accountability of Ukraine-Bound Equipment to Sea Ports of Embarkation in the Continental United States (Report No. DODIG‑2024‑093)



Evaluation of the Accountability of Ukraine-Bound Equipment to Sea Ports of Embarkation in the Continental United States (Report No. DODIG‑2024‑093)

Special Report: Summary of Prior DoD Office of Inspector General Contract Pricing Audits and Other Reviews (Report No. DODIG 2024 092)



Special Report: Summary of Prior DoD Office of Inspector General Contract Pricing Audits and Other Reviews (Report No. DODIG 2024 092)

Audit of DoD Training of Ukrainian Armed Forces: Patriot Air and Missile Defense System and Collective Training (Report No. DODIG-2024-090)



Audit of DoD Training of Ukrainian Armed Forces: Patriot Air and Missile Defense System and Collective Training (Report No. DODIG-2024-090)

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Audit of the Defense Digital Service Support of DoD Programs and Operations (Report No. DODIG-2024-087)



Audit of the Defense Digital Service Support of DoD Programs and Operations (Report No. DODIG-2024-087)

Operation Enduring Sentinel and Other U.S. Government Activities Related to Afghanistan (OES)



Operation Enduring Sentinel and Other U.S. Government Activities Related to Afghanistan (OES)

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Press Release: Audit of the DoD’s Revaluation of the Support Provided to Ukraine Through Presidential Drawdown Authority
June 13, 2024
Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) released the “Audit of the DoD’s Revaluation of the Support Provided to Ukraine Through Presidential Drawdown Authority.”
Press Release: Evaluation of the Accountability of Ukraine-Bound Equipment to Sea Ports of Embarkation in the Continental United States (Report No. DODIG-2024-093)
June 12, 2024
Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) released the “Evaluation of the Accountability of Ukraine-Bound Equipment to Sea Ports of Embarkation in the Continental United States” and a related management advisory regarding the Naval Support Activity Crane, Indiana. The evaluation examined whether DoD Components effectively account for defense materials provided to Ukraine from their points of origin to seaports of embarkation within the continental United States.
Press Release: Audit of DoD Training of Ukrainian Armed Forces: Patriot Air and Missile Defense System and Collective Training (Report No. DODIG-2024-090)
May 31, 2024
Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released “Audit of DoD Training of Ukrainian Armed Forces: Patriot Air Missile Defense System and Collective Training.”
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Semiannual Report to the Congress – October 1, 2023 through March 31, 2024
June 12, 2024
The DoD OIG submits semiannual reports summarizing its activities as required by the Inspector General Act of 1978. These reports serve to apprise Congress and the Secretary of Defense of noteworthy findings, progress, and recommendations for improvement.
Audit of the DoD’s Revaluation of the Support Provided to Ukraine Through Presidential Drawdown Authority (Report No. DODIG‑2024‑095)
June 11, 2024
The objective of this audit was to determine the extent and impact of the March 2023 estimation change for valuing assets provided under Presidential Drawdown Authority (PDA ), determine whether DoD Components followed the current policy when updating the value of items provided to the Government of Ukraine through PDA, and assess whether the current PDA valuation policy complies with Federal laws and regulations.
Management Advisory: Matters Regarding Naval Support Activity Crane Identified While Evaluating Accountability of Ukraine-Bound Equipment to Sea Ports of Embarkation in the Continental United States (Report No. DODIG-2024-094)
June 10, 2024
This report contains controlled unclassified information and no redacted version is available. To file a Freedom of Information Act Request, please submit a request to FOIA.gov.
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Former Navy Civilian Employee Pleads Guilty to Bribery Involving Government Contracts Worth Hundreds of Millions
June 11, 2024
James Soriano of Las Vegas, Nevada, pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday to multiple bribery conspiracies, admitting that while he was a public official at Naval Information Warfare Center in San Diego, he accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars from defense contractors in the form of free meals, tickets to premier sporting events, jobs for family and friends, and other things, in exchange for helping those contractors win and maintain hundreds of millions of dollars in government contracts. Soriano also pleaded guilty to filing a false 2018 tax return in connection with the bribes he accepted.
Former Vice President and employee of Florida aircraft parts broker sentenced to prison for aircraft parts fraud
June 6, 2024
On May 28, Daniel Navarro, 50, of Miami Lakes, Florida, the former Vice President of Sofly Aviation Services (Sofly), an aviation parts distribution company, and Jorge Guerrero, 71, of Hialeah, Florida, a Procurement & Asset Management Specialist for Sofly, were sentenced to federal prison after previously pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States.
Galvion To Pay $2,495,000 To Resolve False Claims Act Allegations
June 6, 2024
The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that Galvion, Ltd. (Galvion) has agreed to pay $2,495,000 to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act through the knowing sale of non-conforming parts to the United States Department of Defense.

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