Office of the Inspector General
The mission of the Inspector General is to serve as the eyes, ears, and conscience of the Commanding General. Through the conduct of thorough, objective, and impartial inspections, assessments, assistance, and investigations designed to inform and assist leaders to ensure readiness, effectiveness, efficiencies and to promote the well-being, good order, and discipline for our Soldiers, Families, civilians and other valued customers.
Office of the Iowa National Guard Inspector General
7105 NW 70th Ave
Johnston, Iowa 50131
Bldg A8 (3675)
Any Department of Army military or civilian member may file an IG complaint; however, many Department of Army Civilian (DAC) complaints (e.g., discrimination, sexual harassment, and conditions of employment) must be addressed by agencies other than the IG. Anyone, including civilians with no Army affiliation, may file Fraud, Waste, and Abuse disclosures. Depending on the circumstances, the IG may also accept complaints from dependents or relatives of active duty and retired military members. However, it is always best for the actual “victim” or person who witnessed the alleged wrongdoing to file the complaint.