ARMY - AR 20-1
INSPECTOR GENERAL ACTIVITIES AND PROCEDURES
|Publication Date:||29 March 2002|
Purpose. This regulation--;
a. Prescribes policy and mandated procedures concerning the mission and duties for The Inspector General (TIG) of the Army.
b. Prescribes duties, missions, standards, and requirements for inspectors general (IGs) throughout the Army.
c. Prescribes responsibilities for commanders, The Adjutant General (TAG) of each State, and heads of agencies, activities, centers, and installations for support of IG activities.
Applicability. a. This regulation applies to members of the Active Army, the Army National Guard of the U.S. (including periods when operating in its Army National Guard capacity if a Federal interest exists), and the U.S. Army Reserve and to Department of the Army civilian employees and nonappropriated fund employees.
b. Paragraph 1-11 of this regulation is punitive. It regulates the individual conduct of Department of the Army military and civilian personnel, including those employed by nonappropriated fund instrumentalities, and all officers and enlisted soldiers of the U.S. Army Reserve and of the Army National Guard of the United States when they are performing Federal duties or engaging in any activity directly related to the performance of a Federal duty or function. Penalties for violating paragraph 1-11 of this regulation apply to Department of the Army military and civilian personnel and include the full range of statutory and regulatory sanctions, both criminal and administrative.
c. This regulation applies during all levels of mobilization.