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DLA has a critical mission, supporting the nation’s warfighters. The DLA OIG’s role in that mission is to assist DLA management in making informed decisions to use resources effectively and efficiently, by:
Trade Security Controls (TSC) prevent illegal acquisition, exportation or other unauthorized transfers of defense and dual-use technology, goods, services and munitions into areas whose interests are adverse to the United States. Areas that have been designated by the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Commerce, or the Director of Foreign Assets Control.
Investigations Division conducts related criminal investigations pertaining to the worldwide sales of surplus property by DLA Disposition Services.
The DLA OIG Audit Division (AD) is the command assurance activity that performs independent internal audits, attestations, and advisory services in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) and Department of Defense Inspector General (DOD IG) requirements.
In executing this mission, the Audit Division performs the following two functions:
To suggest or request audits, contact the office of the Deputy Inspector General for Auditing at OIG_Audit@dla.mil.
The DLA OIG Investigations Division (ID) investigates matters of interest to the DLA director, DLA senior leadership, and the DLA Office of the General Counsel, including allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, allegations of other crimes, and allegations of misconduct, that affect DLA. The ID goals are to discover the truth; to identify and mitigate agency risk; to improve processes; and to protect and preserve resources. Teaching and Training is integrated into every part of the ID mission.
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Your complaint may not receive a thorough investigation or may not be investigated due to lack of information or no point of contact to request needed additional information. In the event you choose to remain anonymous and additional information is needed to conduct a thorough investigation, contact us via our Hotline Program.