Marines


Fraud, Waste, Abuse and Mismanagement
Fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement
The Command Inspector General may investigate allegations of violations of law, rules, or regulations; fraud, waste, or inefficiency; abuse of authority or other misconduct; and other matters that reasonably can be expected to be of interest to the CMC, IGMC, or the commander, in order to ensure appropriate inquiry and management action.
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Anonymity: You also have the right to remain anonymous.  In order for you to remain anonymous, do not tell us your name or provide other obviously identifying information, including an email address that includes your name. If you choose to remain anonymous by calling or by mailing a letter with no return address, we will not be able to advise you of the status or outcome of your complaint. Anonymous complaints are given the same attention as non-anonymous complaints. However, it may be more difficult to determine whether an investigation is warranted without additional information. Absolute anonymity is not guaranteed.
 
Confidentiality: You may request to remain "confidential." This means your identity would not be released to individuals outside the Command Inspector General's office without your knowledge and consent. Absolute confidentiality is not guaranteed.
Marine Corps Installations Pacific