Evaluation of DoD Law Enforcement Organizations’ Response to Active Shooter Incidents



Evaluation of DoD Law Enforcement Organizations’ Response to Active Shooter Incidents

Special Report: Lessons Learned From the Audit of DoD Support for the Relocation of Afghan Nationals



Special Report: Lessons Learned From the Audit of DoD Support for the Relocation of Afghan Nationals

DoD OIG Newsletter - August 2022



DoD OIG Newsletter - August 2022

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Lead Inspector General for Operation Inherent Resolve I Quarterly Report to the United States Congress

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DoD OIG Newsletter - August 2022
Aug. 3, 2022
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 Hosts Annual Worldwide Hotline Outreach
Aug. 1, 2022
On July 28, 2022, the DoD OIG’s DoD Hotline hosted the Annual Worldwide Hotline Outreach. More than 275 participants from Government and non-Government hotline programs attended the virtual event, which commemorated whistleblowers for National Whistleblower Appreciation Day and spotlighted best practices, lessons learned, and examples of the greatest challenges facing the hotline oversight community.
Compendium of Open Office of Inspector General Recommendations to the Department of Defense
July 29, 2022
The 2022 Compendium lists the number, type, age, and status of 1,425 open recommendations, as of March 31, 2022.
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Evaluation of DoD Law Enforcement Organizations’ Response to Active Shooter Incidents (DODIG-2022-115)
Aug. 10, 2022

Publicly Released: August 11, 2022

The objectives of this evaluation were to determine whether the DoD and its Law Enforcement Organizations (LEOs) established effective active shooter incident response policies, plans, and training, and whether policies, plans, and training include non-first responder LEOs, who are authorized to carry weapons at DoD facilities and installations.
Project Announcement: Evaluation of the Army and the Navy Hypersonic Weapon Systems Program Offices’ Ability to Meet Milestones (Project No. D2022-DEV0SN-0165.000)
Aug. 8, 2022
We plan to begin the subject evaluation in August 2022. The objective of this evaluation is to determine whether the Army Long Range Hypersonic Weapon and the Navy Conventional Prompt Strike Program Offices are meeting their weapons systems development and fielding timelines and milestones. We may revise the objective as the evaluation proceeds, and we will also consider suggestions from management for additional or revised objectives.
Special Report: Lessons Learned From the Audit of DoD Support for the Relocation of Afghan Nationals (DODIG-2022-114)
Aug. 5, 2022

Publicly Released: August 9, 2022

The objective of this audit was to determine whether the DoD adequately provided support, such as housing, medical care, and security, during the relocation of Afghan evacuees. This report also includes results from a DoD OIG evaluation that determined the extent to which the DoD managed and tracked displaced persons from Afghanistan through the biometric enrollment, screening, and vetting processes.
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Former Cambridge Man Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud and Illegally Exporting Defense Articles to Turkey
Aug. 10, 2022
A former Cambridge man pleaded guilty today in Boston in connection with his scheme to illegally export defense technical data to foreign nationals in Turkey for the fraudulent manufacturing of various United States military parts, in violation of the Arms Export Control Act. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) later determined that some of the parts were substandard and unsuitable for use by the military.
Aircraft Parts Foundry Agrees to Settle False Claims Act Allegations of Failure to Conduct Testing and Falsified Test Results
Aug. 5, 2022
WDC Acquisitions LLC d/b/a Wellman Dynamics located in Creston, Iowa, will pay $500,000 to resolve alleged violations of the False Claims Act for failing to conduct contractually required testing and falsifying test results for parts used in military aircraft, the Justice Department announced today.
Two Companies Plead Guilty in Bid Rigging Scheme for Insulation Contracts
Aug. 4, 2022
BC Flynn Contracting Corp. (BC Flynn) and Axion Specialty Contracting LLC (Axion) pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Connecticut for their roles in a conspiracy to rig bids on insulation contracts in Connecticut in violation of the antitrust laws and, as to BC Flynn, to engage in criminal fraud related to those insulation contracts.

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