Inspector General to conduct climate survey through Dec. 15

Navy Region Hawaii Inspector General

The Naval Inspector General (NAVINSGEN) will conduct an area assessment from Feb. 5 to 9, 2018. Approximately 30 inspectors will visit various Navy commands, including Navy Region Hawaii, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, and others as determined by NAVINSGEN.

Area assessments are inspections within a specific geographic location that focus on evaluating specific functions within the Department of the Navy (DON), cutting across claimancy, fleet, and command lines to identify DON-wide strengths and weaknesses.

Prior to the area assessment, NAVINSGEN will conduct focus groups in Hawaii with military and civilian personnel from Jan. 9 to 12, 2018.

NAVINSGEN utilizes a pre-event survey to better understand quality of work life and quality of home life, as well as other factors that may impact mission accomplishment within the region. Your feedback will greatly benefit those assigned to Hawaii today and in the future.

NAVINSGEN requests that all Navy personnel in Hawaii, including active duty military and Navy civilian employees (excluding contractors), participate in this short, anonymous, online climate survey to evaluate command climate and quality of work life. Maximum participation in the survey is highly encouraged.

“This is a great opportunity to let senior leaders know what you think about the various issues affecting quality of Navy life in Hawaii. Participating in this survey is time well spent, and I know your concerns and point-of-view will be heard by the Naval Inspector General’s team,” said Rear Adm. Brian Fort, commander, Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific.

The online survey is available at and will remain open until Dec. 15.

For more information, please contact Carla Vivar at 471-1955 or the Navy Region Hawaii Inspector General, John Cosson, at 471-1958.

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