Inspector General Program

Learn About the Civil Air Patrol Inspector General Program

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Complaint Process

Help Prevent and Detect Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

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Subordinate Unit Inspections

Learn the Keys to a Successful Subordinate Unit Inspection

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WELCOME

Welcome to the Michigan Wing Office of the Inspector General website.

This website was developed to educate the members of Michigan Wing about key aspects of the

National Inspector General Program and to provide the tools and resources Unit Commanders need

to successfully complete the Subordinate Unit Inspection (SUI) process.

IG Program

The basis for the Civil Air Patrol Inspector General System is the Statement of Work between the Civil Air Patrol and the United States Air Force. The SOW states, among other things, that: "CAP shall develop and operate...

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SUI Program

The Subordinate Unit Inspection Process (SUI) is an essential tool that assists Squadrons and Groups in achieving and maintaining operational readiness in support of the three primary missions of the Civil Air Patrol.

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Complaint Process

The CAP complaint system is designed to address the prevention, detection, and correction of any fraud, waste, mismanagement, abuse of authority and the protection of cadets.

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IG News & Blog

The IG News and Blog provides general updates to keep our members and unit commanders current on IG matters. Check back frequently for announcements and updates, including tips and guidance for SUIs.

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