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.

Oct. 17, 2017

Whistleblower Reprisal Investigation Blue Grass Chemical Activity Richmond, KY DODIG-2018-002

An investigation was conducted in response to an allegation that (Redacted Name), U.S. Army (USA), (Redacted Name), Blue Grass Chemical Activity (BGCA), Richmond, KY, recommended the revocation of the Complainant's access to classified information in reprisal for the protected disclosure to the chain of command and Inspector General.

June 7, 2017

Whistleblower Reprisal Investigations Bio-Medical Personnel Services Missouri National Guard Public Affairs Office DODIG-2017-083

Investigation in response to an allegation that officials from Bio-Medical Personnel Services (BPSI) Incorporated placed Complainant, a BPSI Multimedia Specialist, on unpaid administrative leave and then discharged complainant for making protected disclosures to BPSI and to officials from the Missouri National Guard Joint Force Headquarters Inspector General about not having the proper equipment to do his job and about the assignment of tasks outside the focus of what the contract specified.

June 7, 2017

Whistleblower Reprisal Investigation Bio-Medical Personnel Services Missouri National Guard Public Affairs Office DODIG-2017-088

Investigation in response to an allegation that officials from Bio-Medical Personnel Services (BPSI) Incorporated placed Complainant, a BPSI Multimedia Specialist, on unpaid administrative leave and then discharged complainant for making protected disclosures to BPSI and to officials from the Missouri National Guard Joint Force Headquarters Inspector General about not having the proper equipment to do his job and about the assignment of tasks outside the focus of what the contract specified.