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Kathy A. Hansen CMDCM (SW/AW). Naval Inspector General Command Master Chief . And the Emmy goes to …. NAVY IG. Why Brief the CCC Symposium. Better support of your Commanding Officer Awareness of IG Resources Awareness of potential problems. Naval Inspector General.

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Kathy A. HansenCMDCM (SW/AW)

Naval Inspector General

Command Master Chief



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Why Brief the CCC Symposium

  • Better support of your Commanding Officer

  • Awareness of IG Resources

  • Awareness of potential problems


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Naval Inspector General

  • Mission: Inspect, investigate, or inquire into any and all matters of importance to the Department of the Navy. (Eyes and Ears)

  • Vision: To be viewed as “the Conscience of the Navy” – making a difference, adding value at ALL levels through proactiveassistance, advice, and advocacy.

  • Guiding Principles: To support the Department of the Navy in maintaining

    the highest level of integrity and public confidence we will:

    • Provide candid, objective, and uninhibited internal analysis and advice.

    • Emphasize integrity, ethics, efficiency, discipline and readiness -- afloat and ashore.

    • Perform with the highest standards of ethical leadership.

    • Be an advocate of Quality of Service for Sailors, Marines, civilian employees, and their families.

    • Always exercise fairness, impartiality, and timeliness in accomplishing

      our mission.


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News You Can Use!

  • What We Do

  • Special Focus Studies

  • Navy Code of Ethics

  • Hotlines / Problems


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What We Do

  • Command Assessments (Echelon II)

    • Compliance, QOL/W, command climate

    • “Inspecting the inspectors”

  • Area Visits – emphasis on QOL/W

    • https://www.ig.navy.mil/studies/areavisits.htm

  • Special Focus Studies

    • https://www.ig.navy.mil/studies/studies.htm

  • Hotlines / Senior Officials Investigations

Identify and advocate best practices


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Recurring Findings Area Visits / Command Inspections

  • MISSION: Funding levels not meeting mission requirements. (e.g.) command vehicles, pest control, custodial accounts. Sailors paying “out of pocket.”

  • CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS: Lack of!

  • BQ: Single Sailor barracks popular, positive! Overseas Homeport Ashore has region-specific challenges.

  • PSD/PSA: Funding/Staffing shortages. Strong PLR support is key!

  • COMMUNICATION: Between CMCs and CPO’s across tenant commands.

  • CMEO: Command Climate Assessments lack analysis and follow-up. Discrimination cases not being handled IAW Navy’s EO manual.

  • NKO: Inadequate accessibility (terminals) and bandwidth, especially afloat. Proliferation of Distance Learning programs competing for Sailors’ available time.


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https://www.ig.navy.mil/studies/areavisits.htm

Area Visit Library

  • Navy Region Europe - Oct/Nov 2006 

  • Naval Support Activity Mid-South - Jul 2006

  • Navy Region Northwest - Apr/May 2006

  • Guam - Feb 2006

  • Bahrain and UAE - Jan/Feb 2006

  • Diego Garcia - Jan 2006 

  • Japan - Aug/Sep 2005 

  • Navy Region Southeast - April 2005 

  • Navy Region Southwest - Jan/Feb 2005 


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Special Focus Studies

  • Caring for Wounded Warriors Special Review

  • LCS Program Management Assist Group Review

  • Seabee Battalion Command Climate (recurring violence and suicide)

  • AT/FP Force Posture – USS COLE to Now

  • Civilian Substitution Study

  • Drug Detection and Prevention Study

  • Sexual Assault Study (SAVI)

  • Alcohol Abuse

  • CO Detach For Cause

  • Communications Security Study

  • Ombudsman Program Study

  • Domestic Violence

  • Private Motor Vehicle (PMV) Safety Study


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Hotlines

  • To provide a method to receive and investigate reports of fraud, waste, and mismanagement

  • To alert to potential “Big Navy” issues

  • To resolve individual cases

  • Note: Sarbanes–Oxley requires publicly-traded corporations to establish hotline systems


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Sources of Complaints

  • DoD IG

  • Navy IG Hotline

  • Congressional Complaint

  • Other Sources

    • Letter and emails to CNO/SECNAV

    • During course of other investigations

    • Media queries


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Hotline Complaint Numbers

Typical Year

939

“NOT SUBSTANTIATED”

192 (20% of all cases)

- 50% of tasked cases

(50% Anonymous)

“SUBSTANTIATED”

COMPLAINANTS

193 (21% of all cases)

- 50% of tasked cases

385 (41%)

TASK FOR “ACTION”

TASK FOR “INFORMATION”

ECHELON II

COMMANDS

NAVINSGEN N-6

213 (23%)

“BOOKFILE” – Non-Investigative – those lacking merit or redirected for assistance

307 (32%)

REFERRED – Not Naval IG COG (e.g. AIO, NAVAUDSVC, NCIS, etc.)

ROUTE ANY SENIOR OFFICIAL CASES TO N-5

34 (4%)

Numbers DO NOT INCLUDE “Touch ‘n Go’s”


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IG NETWORK

  • Deputy Naval IG for Marine Corps Matters

  • OPNAV

  • NETC

  • NAVSTKAIRWARCEN

  • NAVHISTCEN

  • ONI

  • DIRSSP

  • PRESINSURV

  • NAVOBSY

  • NAVSUP

  • COMSPAWAR

  • BUMED

  • CNP

  • NAVAIR

  • NAVFAC

  • NAVLEGSVCCOM

  • NAVSAFECEN

  • NAVSEA

  • NAVSECGRU

  • OPERATING FORCES

  • CFFC

  • COMPACFLT

  • COMUSNAVEUR

  • COMUSNAVCENT

  • COMNAVRESFOR

  • COMNAVSPECWARCOM

  • COMOPTEVFOR

  • CNIC

    ECHELON II EQUIVALENTS

  • AAUSN

  • NCIS

  • ONR

  • BCNR

HQ/SHORE COMMANDS

  • NAVAUDSVC

  • NAVWARCOL

  • NAVPGSCOL

  • USNA

35 Echelon II Commands


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Ethics Guidance“The right thing(s) to do…” 

  • Point Papers and Utilization Guides prepared by VCNO and NAVINSGEN legal staffs on the following:

    • Fair Hiring (16 Aug 05)

    • Fraternization (1 Aug 05)

    • Gifts Guide (17 Oct 06)

    • Post Employment Restrictions (19 Sep 06)

    • Use of Command Coins (1 Apr 05)

    • Use of Commercial Air Travel (17 Nov 05)

    • Use of Flag Aides (17 Nov 05)

    • Use of Personal Quarters Culinary Specialists (1 Apr 05)

    • Use of Military Air Travel (1 Apr 05)

    • Use of Official Representation Funds (1 Apr 05)

    • Use of Government Passenger Vehicles (1 Apr 05)


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Warning Signs/Telltales

  • Am I proud to tell my spouse/ children/Mom what I did today?

  • Would I like to read about this in the Navy Times?

  • You can pass Joint Ethics Regulations test but…

  • Appearance (perception) may get you in trouble.


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http://www.ig.navy.mil

  • Assistance and Referral

  • IG Course Schedule & Materials

  • Ethics Utilization Guides

  • 4-Step Hotline Complaint Procedure

  • IG Contacts

  • NAVINSGEN Division Information


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Remembering the Rules

To refresh your memory, rules summaries may be found at:

http://www.ig.navy.mil

Click:

Downloads and Publications

Then:

Ethics Guidance


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Questions? Seek Advice!

Call or email for Advice/Assistance

202-433-4832

DSN 288-4832

[email protected]

Website:www.ig.navy.mil

NAVIG Hotline:

1-800-522-3451


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