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Command Inspector General

2nd Marine Logistics Group

Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Commanding General's Inspection Program

PURPOSE OF CGIP:

On behalf of the CG, 2d MLG, the Command Inspector General conducts inspections of subordinate units IOT promote combat readiness, integrity, efficiency, effectiveness and credibility.

PURPOSE OF INSPECTION:

Provide on-site training/assistance and actionable feedback to the inspected Commander, subordinate organizations and sections; enhance readiness; ensure compliance with appropriate orders and directives;combat fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement; and provide an overall unit assessment to the CG, 2d MLG.

2DMLGO 5040.1Q (Commanding General's Inspection Program)

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:

- To assess the operational readiness of 2d MLG units.
- To evaluate unit leadership, effectiveness, efficiency, and economy.
-To evaluate the effectiveness of policies, doctrine, and procedures.
- To assist in identifying work practices and conditions; which might unnecessarily expose Marines and Sailors to injury or health hazards.
- To assist commanders by identifying the status requirements and deficiencies of units or the supporting establishment, and by supplying information and assistance to effect positive change.
- To detect and precent fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, discrimination, sexual harassment, environmental non-compliance, and any other related improprieties prejudicial to good order and discipline.
- To identify processes and procedures beneficial to the entire MLG.

GRADING CRITERIA:

In all inspections, emphasis will be on assessment of operational readiness, with a view toward rendering maximum training and assistance to the unit being inspected.  The following grades will be assessed for each functional area covered during the inspection.

MISSION CAPABLE (MC):  The unit possesses and utilizes the requisite skills, equipment, personnel, and knowledge to accomplish its assigned mission, tasks, and functions.

•   May include “Findings”
•   Identify noteworthy personnel
•   Identify programs with “Best Practices”

NON-MISSION CAPABLE (NMC):   The unit does not possess or does not use the requisite skills, equipment, personnel, and knowledge to accomplish its assigned mission, tasks and functions.

•  Requires re-inspection within 90 days of the original inspection date.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact CIG Staff

Command Inspector General: (910) 450-7680

Deputy Command Inspector General: (910) 451-9761

Command Inspector General Chief: (910) 451-9760

Fax: (910) 450-8339

E-mail: 2D_MLG_Inspector_G-7@usmc.mil

Location: Building 333