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The DoD OIG's Seven Key Principles for Improving Our Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Scores



The DoD OIG's Seven Key Principles for Improving Our Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Scores

Audit of the DoD’s Management of the Third Party Collection Program for Medical Claims



Audit of the DoD’s Management of the Third Party Collection Program for Medical Claims

Audit of Controls at Military Installations for Schools Participating in the DoD Tuition Assistance Program



Audit of Controls at Military Installations for Schools Participating in the DoD Tuition Assistance Program

Followup Audit of the Defense Logistics Agency’s Management of Excess Items in Long‑Term Storage



Followup Audit of the Defense Logistics Agency’s Management of Excess Items in Long‑Term Storage

DoD OIG Newsletter September 2019

The DoD OIG Newsletter summarizes the reports and investigations released by the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General in the previous month and those we anticipate releasing in the coming month.

DoD OIG Newsletter September 2019

 

 

The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General’s Seven Key Principles for Improving Our Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Scores
Sept. 19, 2019
The Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity published an article written by Principal Deputy Inspector General Glenn Fine, entitle "The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General's Seven Key Principles for Improving Our Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Scores". The article describes the efforts by managers, supervisors, and employees throughout the DoD OIG to improve employee engagement.
DoD OIG Newsletter - September 2019
Sept. 6, 2019
The DoD OIG newsletter summarizes the reports and investigations released by the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General in the previous month and those we anticipate releasing in the coming month.
More than 1,500 IG recommendations to DoD still unresolved
Aug. 26, 2019
The Defense Department has more than 1,500 recommendations from its inspector general that haven’t been resolved. Eighty of those have been awaiting action for five years or more. Principal Assistant Inspector General, Troy Meyer discusses the 2019 Compendium of Open Inspector General Recommendations with Federal News Network. Listen Here
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Project Announcement: Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Requirements and Systems Engineering Processes Used in the Design and Development of the KC-46A Airborne Tanker Refueling Boom
Sept. 16, 2019
We plan to begin the subject evaluation in September 2019. Our objective is to determine whether the Air Force adhered to DoD and Air Force systems engineering processes during the design and development of the KC-46A airborne tanker refueling boom. We will consider suggestions from management on additional or revised objectives.
Audit of the DoD’s Management of the Third Party Collection Program for Medical Claims DODIG-2019-108
Sept. 16, 2019
Publically released: September 18, 2019 The objective of this audit was to determine whether the DoD collected the cost of providing health care services from medical claims within the Third Party Collection Program. We reviewed claims from nine DoD medical treatment facilities across the Army, Navy, Air Force, and National Capital Region Medical Directorate.
Project Announcement: Oversight of the FY 2019 Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Attestation of Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagement of the Service-Owned Inventory in DLA Custody (Project No. D2019-D000FE-204.000)
Sept. 13, 2019
Our objective is to provide contract oversight to determine if EY complied with applicable attestation standards and generally accepted government auditing standards while performing the Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagement of the Service-Owned Inventory in DLA Custody.
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Ohio Man Arrested For Orchestrating $10 Million Dollar Scheme To Defraud Health Care Benefit Programs
Sept. 18, 2019
An Ohio man was arrested today for his role in a large-scale, multi-level marketing scheme to defraud private and federally funded health care benefit programs of at least $10 million through the submission of claims for medically unnecessary prescriptions for compounded medications, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.
Compounding Pharmacy, Two of Its Executives, and Private Equity Firm Agree to Pay $21.36 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations
Sept. 18, 2019
The Department of Justice announced today that compounding pharmacy Diabetic Care Rx LLC, or Patient Care America (PCA), PCA’s Chief Executive Officer Patrick Smith, PCA’s former Vice President of Operations Matthew Smith, and private equity firm Riordan, Lewis & Haden Inc. (RLH) have agreed to resolve a lawsuit alleging that they violated the False Claims Act through their involvement in a kickback scheme to generate referrals of prescriptions for expensive pain creams, scar creams, and vitamins, regardless of patient need, which were reimbursed by TRICARE, the federal health care program for military members and their families.
Employee at U.S. Military Base Admits to Accepting Bribes and Kickbacks
Sept. 16, 2019
A civilian employee of Picatinny Arsenal (PICA) and an employee of a defense contractor today admitted their roles in conspiring with others to receive bribes and other gratuities in return for assistance with the awarding of government contracts, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

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