Oct. 1, 2020

FOIA Case Log Fiscal Year FY 2020

DoD OIG FOIA Case Log for October 1, 2019 ‐ September 30, 2020.

July 13, 2020

Report of Investigation: Mr. John H. James, Jr. Senior Executive Service Missile Defense Agency

On August 12, 2019, the DoD Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) received a complaint referred from the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) containing allegations against Mr. John H. James, who at that time was MDA Executive Director. The complaint included allegations that Mr. James sexually harassed two employees whom we refer to as Employees 1 and 2. We also include Employee 3 who was a recipient of an inappropriate comment made by Mr. James in 2017.

July 2, 2020

Naval Ordnance Data Classification Issues Identified During the Oversight of the U.S. Navy General Fund Financial Statement Audit for FY 2020 (Report No. DODIG-2020-101)

The DoD Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) has completed an analysis of the Department of the Navy (DON) Security Classification Guides (SCGs) related to conventional naval ordnance. During the Financial Statement Audits of the Navy General Fund for FYs 2018, 2019, and 2020, we identified risks associated with Navy personnel improperly marking classified documents, and conflicting and inconsistent application of SCG requirements.

April 13, 2020

JEDI Cloud Procurement Review and Investigative Report - Fact Book

Department of Defense Office of Inspector General JEDI Cloud Procurement Review and Investigative Report - Fact Book I

April 13, 2020

1st Interim Response Records (DODOIG-2020-001050)

JEDI Documents - 1st Interim response records (DODOIG-2020-001050)

April 13, 2020

2nd Interim Response Records (DODOIG-2020-001050)

JEDI Documents - 2nd Interim response records (DODOIG-2020-001050)

April 13, 2020

3rd Interim Response Records (DODOIG-2020-001050)

JEDI Documents - 3rd Interim response records (DODOIG-2020-001050)

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.