Garrison | Cyber | Tradoc | Army | | Ako/Dko | Army A-Z | Sitemap | Contact


IG - Garrison Homepage
Inspector General
New Arrivals
Red Cross
Religious Services
Legal Services
Retiree Services
Veteran Services
Soldier Services


ATC Training
IA Training
Army Publications
Fort Gordon Regulations and Forms


News Update
State of the Garrison
Emergency Notifications


Post Map
Fort Gordon Post Guide and Telephone Directory
Corrective Training/Corrective Action Guide for Leaders
Administrative Grievance System
Before You Tell the IG
Inspection Guide
Evaluation Appeals
Nonsupport of Family Members
Involuntary Allotments
Right to Complain (Soldier)
Right to Complain (Civilian)
Company Commander and First Sergeant Handbook

Public Post Guide
Signal Newspaper
You Tube
Army RSS
Army Podcast
Bookmark This Site

IG StaffFort Gordon Inspector General Office

The mission of the Inspector General is to advise the Commanding General, U. S. Army Signal Center of Excellence & Fort Gordon on the state of discipline, economy, efficiency, morale, and readiness of assigned and attached units and activities.

The Inspector General will provide assistance for Soldiers, military Family members, DA civilians, and the Fort Gordon community.


A Brief History of Fort Gordon

Inspector Generals OfficeFort Gordon IG Inspection Plan


DAIG Inspections at Fort Gordon



Inspector General Functions


Anyone may submit a complaint, allegation, or request for assistance on a DA Form 1559 to any Army IG concerning matters of Army interest. When practical, soldiers and civilian employees should be afforded the opportunity, on a quarterly basis, to present complaints, allegations, or requests for assistance in person to an IG.


IGs conduct inspections at the direction of the Commanding General. IG inspections pursue systemic issues; teach system, processes, and procedures; identify responsibility for corrective actions; and give the opportunity to share innovative ideas.


IGs may investigate or conduct investigative IG inquiries into allegations of violations of policy, regulation, or law and mismanagement, unethical behavior, or misconduct which, if true, may be of concern to the directing authority.

Teach and Train

Teaching and training is an integral part of the first three functions. IGs by their very nature possess a wealth of knowledge and experience. They use this knowledge and experience during assistance, inspections, and investigations to teach and train policies and procedures.


Home | Sitemap | Contact | Webmaster | Privacy Policy | Links Disclaimer | Section 508 | ICE | Jobs | FAQ | Important Notices | Help | FOIA
© 2012 Fort Gordon Installation Management Command - Atlantic Region | This is an official U.S. Army web site. | Last Update: