MICT is a “new computer-based inspection program . . . [being] billed as an all-in-one inspec- tion tracking and analysis toolset. The program is web-based, real-time, and allows individual units and program managers to assess their programs and up-channel their internal inspection results” (Curry, 2009).
What does MICT stand for Air Force?
Management Internal Control Toolkit
WASHINGTON, D.C. — I have often said that MICT (Management Internal Control Toolkit) is the nervous system of the Air Force Inspection System. Yet, I am getting feedback that it is also the most misunderstood component of the inspection system.
What is the purpose of MICT?
Designed by the Air Force Reserve to evaluate organizational effectiveness and ensure compliance with directives, MICT employs tools to self-evaluate and address deficiencies in self-assessment programs.
What is the Air Force inspection System?
The AFIS consists of three inspections and a commander-led self-assessment program designed to evaluate different levels of command in the Air Force.
What is Air Force IGI?
The IGI serves as the Wing POC for the Air Force Inspection Program, and does continuous evaluation on units within the Wing to ensure that most of the work and preparation is completed before a large inspection.
What does UEI stand for Air Force?
Unit Effectiveness Inspection
SAF/IG’s vision for a new inspection system calls for the complete overhaul of the Air Force’s current compliance inspections.
What are the Air Force major graded areas?
As part of this Unit Effectiveness Inspection Capstone event, they will focus on the four Major Graded Areas: 1) Managing Resources, 2) Leading People, 3) Improving the Unit and 4) Executing the Mission. So what special efforts should Airmen make to prepare for this critically important inspection?
What is an IG complaint in the Air Force?
IGs are specifically charged to handle Fraud, Waste, and Abuse issues (unless the issue meets the criminal threshold for referral to Air Force Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI). IGs are also charged to address allegations of reprisal (under 10 USC 1034) and restriction.
What can IG do?
An Inspector General (IG) investigates fraud, waste, and abuse, as well as threats to public safety and morale. An IG conducts administrative reviews, inquiries, or investigations to resolve complaints.
What can you go to the IG for in the Air Force?
Only the IG may investigate allegations of reprisal under the Military Whistleblower’s Protection Act. The IG ensures the concerns of Air Force active-duty, Reserve, and Guard members, civilian employees, family members, retirees, and the best interests of the Air Force are addressed through objective factfinding.
What happens during an IG investigation?
The OIG reviews the information and makes an initial determination of what action is required. If an allegation appears to be credible, the OIG will generally take one of three actions: (1) initiate an investigation; (2) initiate an audit or inspection; or (3) refer the allegation to management or another agency.
What is the process of investigation?
The investigative process is a progression of activities or steps moving from evidence gathering tasks, to information analysis, to theory development and validation, to forming reasonable ground to believe, and finally to the arrest and charge of a suspect.
Why would an Inspector General come to your house?
In short, OIGs investigate waste, fraud and abuse within government agencies and report to Congress about their findings. OIGs are independent from the agency and the inspector general reports only to Congress. In other words, the Secretary of Defense cannot stop or direct a DoD OIG investigation.