NAVINSGEN'S INSPECTION DIVISION
The mission of the Inspections
Division is to conduct Echelon II Command Inspections and to assess
operating conditions of Navy installations world wide.
During a Command Inspection the
NAVINSGEN inspection team examines the mission and resources of the
command to assess how well it’s meeting its mission, as well as associated
performance metrics. The inspection team typically spends one to two
weeks at the command interviewing leadership, program managers, and
command personnel. The team will typically review command policy,
strategic planning processes, mission performance, resource management and
facilities management, as well as compliance and oversight of subordinate
activities. For more details about a Command Inspection, review the
information provided at the Command Inspections link.
Area Visits focus on Quality of Life
and Quality of Work Life for the Fleet, Fighter, Family and seek to
identify issues impacting readiness. Area visits
may encompass all the major bases in a geographic area, or just focus on
one or more specific bases. The objective of an area visit is to talk
with Sailors, family members, DON civilians, base and tenant command
leadership, as well as service providers to better understand local issues
and challenges. An area visit typically takes two weeks – longer for
large fleet concentration areas like Norfolk or San Diego. For more
details, review the information provided at the Area Visits link.
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Inspections/Area Visits Planning Schedule
Print or download the Inspections Division
Status Report form in Microsoft Word.