Annual Report to Congress Pursuant to FY 2021 NDAA, Section 554

This annual report addresses the reporting requirements pursuant to section 554 of the FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

Annual Report to Congress Pursuant to FY 2021 NDAA, Section 554

Semiannual Report to the Congress

April 1, 2023 through September 30, 2023

Semiannual Report to the Congress

Oversight Update: Ukraine Assistance November 2023

This Oversight Update provides an overview of the DoD OIG’s recent activities related to oversight of DoD support to Ukraine.

Oversight Update: Ukraine Assistance November 2023

Audit of B-52 Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages

The objective of this audit was to determine whether the Air Force effectively managed diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages (DMSMS) for the B-52 strategic bomber to prevent and respond to spare part shortages.

Audit of B-52 Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages

Top DoD Management and Performance Challenges

The DoD OIG provides its annual statement on the Top DoD Management and Performance Challenges for FY 2024.

Top DoD Management and Performance Challenges

Evaluation of the Control and Accountability of DoD Biometric Data Collection Technologies (DODIG-2024-016)



Evaluation of the Control and Accountability of DoD Biometric Data Collection Technologies (DODIG-2024-016)

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Press Release: Annual Report to Congress Pursuant to FY 2021 NDAA, Section 554 (DODIG-2024-034)
Nov. 30, 2023
This annual report addresses the reporting requirements pursuant to section 554 of the FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).1 Section 554 requires the DoD Inspector General (IG) to submit annual reports to keep Congress informed on findings and recommendations related to: (i) the effects of policies, programs, systems, and processes of the Department, regarding personnel, on diversity and inclusion in the Department and (ii) the effectiveness of such policies, programs, systems, and processes in preventing and responding to supremacist, extremist, and criminal gang activity of a member of the Armed Forces.
Press Release: Management Advisory: Concerns with Access to Care and Staffing Shortages in the Military Health System (DODIG-2024-033)
Nov. 29, 2023
Inspector General Robert P. Storch announced today that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released the “Management Advisory: Concerns with Access to Care and Staffing Shortages in the Military Health System.” The advisory highlighted issues with access to health care for Military Health System beneficiaries, DoD civilians and contractors overseas, and access to mental health care.
Press Release: Quality Control Review of The Rodeheaver Group, P.C. FY 2021 Single Audit of the National Center for the Advancement of STEM Education, Inc. (DODIG-2024-035)
Nov. 29, 2023
This final report provides the results of the DoD Office of Inspector General’s quality control review. We conducted this quality control review in accordance with the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency “Quality Standards for Inspection and Evaluation,” published in December 2020. We previously provided a copy of the draft report and requested written comments on the recommendations. We considered management’s comments on the draft report when preparing the final report. The management comments are included in their entirety as an appendix to this report.
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Annual Report to Congress Pursuant to FY 2021 NDAA, Section 554 (DODIG-2024-034)
Nov. 30, 2023
This annual report addresses the reporting requirements pursuant to section 554 of the FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).1 Section 554 requires the DoD Inspector General (IG) to submit annual reports to keep Congress informed on findings and recommendations related to: (i) the effects of policies, programs, systems, and processes of the Department, regarding personnel, on diversity and inclusion in the Department and (ii) the effectiveness of such policies, programs, systems, and processes in preventing and responding to supremacist, extremist, and criminal gang activity of a member of the Armed Forces.
Management Advisory: Concerns with Access to Care and Staffing Shortages in the Military Health System (DODIG-2024-033)
Nov. 29, 2023
This management advisory provides DoD leadership with a summary of the Service Inspectors General, Service Audit Agencies, and DoD Office of Inspector General (OIG) concerns related to access to care in the Military Health System. We previously provided copies of the draft advisory and requested written comments on the recommendations.
Quality Control Review of The Rodeheaver Group, P.C. FY 2021 Single Audit of the National Center for the Advancement of STEM Education, Inc. (DODIG-2024-035)
Nov. 29, 2023
This final report provides the results of the DoD Office of Inspector General’s quality control review. We conducted this quality control review in accordance with the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency “Quality Standards for Inspection and Evaluation,” published in December 2020. We previously provided a copy of the draft report and requested written comments on the recommendations. We considered management’s comments on the draft report when preparing the final report. The management comments are included in their entirety as an appendix to this report.
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Virginia tactical gear & equipment company agrees to pay more than $2 million to settle allegations related to Buy American Act
Nov. 20, 2023
U.S. Attorney Kenneth L. Parker today announced that a Virginia-based tactical gear and equipment company has agreed to pay nearly $2.1 million to resolve False Claims Act allegations that it failed to comply with the requirements of the Buy American Act ("BAA"), Trade Agreements Act ("TAA'') and Berry Amendment when selling textile-based products to the Department of Defense. London Bridge Trading Company, Ltd. ("LBT") entered the settlement with the United States and qui tam relator Ann Keating.
Former Navy Civilian Employee and Defense Contractor Indicted in Bribery Scheme
Nov. 14, 2023
A federal grand jury has indicted a former civilian employee of the Naval Information Warfare Center in San Diego and the owner of a Virginia-based defense contractor for a bribery scheme. According to the indictment, Phillip Flores, owner of lntellipeak Solutions, bribed James Soriano, the former employee, with free dinners at San Diego restaurants including De Medici Cucina, the University Club and Bluewater Boathouse Grill and Ruth's Chris in Virginia as well as tickets to the 2018 World Series and the 2019 Super Bowl.
Three Men Sentenced for $54M Fraudulent Prescriptions Scheme
Nov. 14, 2023
Three men were sentenced today in connection to a $54 million bribery and kickback scheme involving TRICARE, a federal program that provides health insurance benefits to active duty and retired service members and their families. David Byron Copeland, 55, of Tallahassee, Florida, was sentenced to four years and three months in prison following his conviction at trial in June for paying and receiving health care kickbacks. James Wesley Moss, 60, of Huntsville, Alabama, and Michael Gordon, 60, of Fort Myers, Florida, were sentenced to two years and three months and one year and six months in prison, respectively, following their guilty pleas to a kickback and fraud conspiracy, among other charges.

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