Command Inspector General (Code 101IG)


  • To inspect, investigate or inquire into matters of importance to the Department of the Navy with respect to fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, and command operations within the U.S. Naval Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (SRF-JRMC) enterprise.
  • To provide support and guidance to enable management to evaluate the economy, efficiency, effectiveness, and integrity of the administration, operation, and function of the command.


To be viewed as "the eyes and ears of the commander" – making a difference, and adding value at all levels through proactive assistance, advice and advocacy.

What We Do:



  • Detect deficiencies, improprieties or inefficiencies, and furnishing recommendations to correct conditions that adversely impact resource management, mission accomplishments, command integrity, or efficient use of Navy resources.
  • Complete performance audits for SRF-JRMC with the objective of detecting fraud, waste, abuse or mismanagement.


  • Complete all facets of the investigative process, pertaining to Inspector General Hotline investigations originating from complaints by Department of Defense (DoD) civilians, U.S. military personnel and DoD family members, contractor personnel under auspices of the U.S. Japan Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), and Government of Japan Master Labor Contract (MLC) employees, or any member of the public, to include anonymous complainants.

Audit liaison

  • Provide support and assistance during financial audits or reviews from external organizations (e.g. U.S. Government Accountability Office, Naval Inspector General, and U.S. Pacific Fleet).
  • Providing audit status updates to command leadership as needed and assisting management with the implementation of internal controls and process improvements.