Fort Gordon Inspector General

- By Laura Levering Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office [img_assist|nid=19198|title=|desc= Chief Warrant Officer 3 Marlon Soto, coming on board as...
- By David Vergun Army News Service WASHINGTON – There are 25 warrior transition units, or WTUs, in the United States and overseas. That...
- By Bonnie Heater Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Despite the bad weather the shows and many of the events went on as scheduled during the...
- By Bonnie Heater Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Despite the bad weather the shows and many of the events went on as scheduled during the...
- By Staff Sgt. Ashley Armstrong 35th Signal Brigade Soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 35th Signal Brigade, joined the fight to...
- There will be a Warrior Resource Expo at the Clubhouse, 540 Telfair St., Augusta, Thursday from 3 until 8 p.m. It is not a job fair or hiring event, but rather a resource expo to aid veterans...
- Making its debut in 2015, Race 13.1 Evans, GA will start and finish at Evans Towne Center Park Sunday. The half marathon will start at 7 a.m. and the 5k and 10k will begin at 7:15 a.m. Fort Gordon...
- A warrant officer recruiter will conduct an information brief on the qualifications and application procedures to service members interested in becoming active duty warrant officers. The brief will...

Action Request Form

INSPECTOR GENERAL

ACTION REQUEST FORM

DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974

AUTHORITY:
Title 10, USC, Section 3020.

PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
To secure sufficient information to inquire into the matters presented and to provide a response to the requester(s) and / or take action to correct deficiencies.

ROUTINE USES:
Information in used for official purposes within the Department of Defense; to answer complaints or respond to requests for assistance, advice, or information: by Members of Congress and other Government agencies when determined by The Inspector General to be in the best interest of the Army; and, in certain cases, in trial by courts-martial and other military matters as authorized by the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Department of Defense Blanket Routine Uses also apply.

DISCLOSURE:
PERSONAL INFORMATION IS VOLUNTARY, HOWEVER, FAILURE TO PROVIDE COMPLETE INFORMATION MAY HINDER PROPER IDENTIFICATION OF THE REQUESTER, ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE REQUESTED ACTION(S), AND RESPONSE TO THE REQUESTER.

Use the Following Template:

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I do / I do not consent to release my personal information outside official channels in order to resolve the matters listed about. I understand that if I do not agree to release my personal information, my request for assistance may go unresolved.

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This information is submitted for the basic purpose of requesting assistance, correcting injustices affecting the individual, or eliminating conditions considered detrimental to the efficiency or reputation of the Army. Those who knowingly and intentionally provide false statements on this form are subject to punitive and administrative action (UCMJ Art 107, 18 USC 1001).


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