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March 15, 2019

Report of Investigation: General John E. Hyten U.S. Air Force

The DoD Office of Inspector General initiated an investigation on September 12, 2018 into the allegations that General Hyten: misused military aircraft (MilAir) for personal reasons, allowed his spouse to travel on MilAir for inappropriate reasons, misused his protective service detail (PSD) for personal reasons, and misused his Government cell phone for personal matters.

We did not substantiate allegations that Gen Hyten used MilAir for personal reasons, allowed his spouse to travel on MilAir for inappropriate reasons, used his PSD for personal reasons, or used his Government cell phone for personal matters. Additionally, we did not substantiate allegations that Gen Hyten improperly released classified information.  We also found no evidence to support the complainant’s assertions about Gen Hyten’s emotional state.

Aug. 13, 2018

Air Force C-5 Squadron' Capability to Meet U.S. Transportation Command Mission Requirements DODIG-2018-145

We determined whether Air Force C-5 squadropns have adequate mission capable aircraft and training to support USTRANSCOM.

Nov. 2, 2017

Report of Investigation: Mr. Anthony A. Aldwell Former Senior Executive Service and Mr. Steven L. Schleien Senior Executive Service

We initiated this investigation to address allegations that Mr. Anthony A. Aldwell, then a Senior Executive Service (SES) member serving as the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy (OUSD-Policy), and Mr. Steven L. Schleien, SES, Deputy COO (DCOO), OUSD-Policy: failed to use the required acquisition process to procure tailored training; endorsed the Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) application of an individual who was not eligible for the program; and improperly secured salary increases for two IPAs.

June 28, 2017

Evaluation of the DoD Process for Allocating Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Capability in Support of Operation Inherent Resolve

Our objective was to evaluate whether the DoD allocation process for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) capability effectively supported the Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) -Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) Commander's intelligence requirements.

June 14, 2017

Audit of the Defense Contract Audit Agency Field Detachment DODIG-2017-092

We determined whether the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) Field Detachment (FD) was effectively following DoD directives, policies, and guidelines pertinent to its mission and security.

April 28, 2017

Army is Effectively Managing the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle, but There Are Concerns that Could Impact Program Cost, Schedule, and Performance

We determined whether the Army effectively managed the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle acquisition program. The Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle is replacing the Armored Personnel Carrier (M113) that entered service in 1960. According to the Army, the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle will provide sufficient protection, mobility, and network-enabled functions to maneuver with and support combat vehicles throughout a range of military operations.

Feb. 7, 2017

FOIA Case Log Fiscal Year 2015 (Redacted)

FOIA Case Log Fiscal Year 2015 (Redacted)

Feb. 7, 2017

FOIA Case Log Fiscal Year 2016 (Redacted)

FOIA Case Log Fiscal Year 2016 (Redacted)