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Administrative Investigations

Marguerite C. Garrison, Deputy Inspector General for Administrative Investigations

Mission

Administrative Investigations (AI) helps ensure ethical conduct throughout the DoD by conducting investigations and overseeing DoD Component investigations of allegations of misconduct by senior DoD officials, whistleblower reprisal, and Service member restriction from communication with an IG or Member of Congress.  AI also manages the DoD Hotline and the Contractor Disclosure Program, provides education and training on whistleblower protections through its Whistleblower Protection Coordinator, and facilitates voluntary resolution of whistleblower reprisal allegations through its Alternative Dispute Resolution program.

April 14, 2021

Qualitative Assessment Review of The Administrative Investigative Operations of The Defense Logistics Agency Office of Inspector General (DODIG-2021-076)

Publicly Released: April 19, 2021 On April 14, 2021, the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) completed a qualitative assessment review of the Defense Logistics Agency Office of Inspector General. This was the first review of an administrative investigative operation within a Defense Agency conducted by the DoD OIG.

March 24, 2021

Report of Investigation: Mr. Ronnie J. Booth, Former Auditor General of the Navy, and Mr. Thomas B. Modly, Former Acting Secretary of the Navy (DODIG-2021-061)

This report presents the results of a DoD Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) investigation into allegations that Mr. Ronnie J. Booth, the former Auditor General of the Navy, sexually harassed female employees, and that Mr. Thomas B. Modly, the former Acting Secretary of the Navy, failed to comply with DoD and Navy policies when informed of sexual harassment allegations against Mr. Booth.

March 3, 2021

Report Of Investigation: Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Ronny Lynn Jackson, M.D. U.S. Navy, Retired (DODIG-2021-057)

We initiated this investigation on May 18, 2018, after the DoD Hotline received 12 complaints and additional allegations raised by witnesses regarding RDML Jackson, while serving as Director, White House Medical Unit (WHMU), a DoD unit tasked with providing medical support to the White House, and, while serving as Physician to the President.

Jan. 15, 2021

Project Announcement: Review of the DoD’s Roles, Responsibilities, and Actions to Prepare for and Respond to the Protest and Its Aftermath at the U.S. Capitol campus on January 6, 2021

The DoD Office of Inspector General (OIG) plans to begin a multidisciplinary review in January 2021. Our objective is to determine the DoD’s roles, responsibilities, and actions to prepare for, and respond to, the planned protest and its aftermath at the U.S. Capitol campus on January 6, 2021.

Sept. 3, 2020

Investigative Summary - Substantiated Findings of Military Whistleblower Reprisal and Restriction against a Member of the Army National Guard

The DoD Office of Inspector General initiated these investigations upon receipt of allegations that an Army National Guard (ARNG) major reprised against an ARNG second lieutenant for making protected communications and that a separate ARNG major attempted to restrict the second lieutenant from lawfully communicating with an Inspector General.