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Press Kit IV: Management Inspection Control Toolset (MICT). OVERALL BRIEFING CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED. SAF/IGI Office of The Inspector General 24 June 2013. MICT Defined. UNCLASSIFIED. Designated as the self assessment and force multiplying tool mandated in AFI 90-201

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Press Kit IV: Management Inspection Control Toolset (MICT)

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Press Kit IV:Management Inspection Control Toolset (MICT)




Office of The Inspector General

24 June 2013

MICT Defined


  • Designated as the self assessment and force multiplying tool mandated in AFI 90-201

    • MICT is a leadership decision-making tool which is available throughout the entire operational enterprise

    • System of record for the Commander’s Inspection Program

      • Accessible through the AF Portal

  • Enterprise-wide information availability “Transparent Visibility”

    • Allows HAF, MAJCOM/NAF, and Wing visibility of unit compliance 24/7/365

    • Drives open and honest ongoing unit compliance … and readiness status assessment

MICT Process Flow

Assessment Lifecycle is ONGOING:

MICT is the tool, but the process is key

Unit Setup:

Create User Accounts & Train Users

Permission Management

Identify and Track Checklists


MICT in Action


  • MICT provides effective tools at all levels

  • Honest assessments include unit self identification of weaknesses and deficiencies

  • Units resolve localized deficiencies by applying the right resources and/or corrective actions at the right time

  • MAJCOM Functional Manager awareness of enterprise-wide, systemic, and/or localized deficiencies

    • Visibility at the right level for corrective action(s)

  • MAJCOM IG validates unit self-identified findings, using risk-based sampling techniques

  • HAF/SAF uses MICT results to influence policy and resource decision making almost real time

MICT Risks


  • Not answering checklists honestly and accurately…every time

  • Not recognizing correct root causes of deficiencies

  • Not creating and following through with meaningful corrective response plans

  • Leaders stifling self-identified deficiencies—non-compliance should not be seen as measure of fault or leadership effectiveness

    • Culture must accept finding non-compliance

  • Checklists are guides—not all inclusive

    • Entire AFI, Tech Order, Policy Letter, etc. is inspectable

    • Well-written checklists cover the basics, but cannot address all aspects of unit health

      • Leadership involvement is critical

MICT Lessons Learned


  • Training is the key for all MICT users

    • Develop a sustainable training program for all user levels

      • SIP Owners, Managers and Reviewers

      • Establish “champions” at every level in every unit—with adequate retainability

    • Assign appropriate account permissions for users from the beginning

    • MICT use is a “perishable skill”—navigate/use MICT regularly

  • Resolve issues at appropriate levels

    • “User” issues (database specific) at lowest level (Sq / Gp / Wg / MAJCOM / AF)

    • “Checklist” issues at OPR/OCR level (AF / MAJCOM / Wg / Gp / Sq)

Contact Information



MSgt Mike Evans

DSN: 754-3526

Email Address: [email protected]

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