(Via Ho’okele News)
The Naval Inspector General (NAVINSGEN) will conduct an area visit in Hawaii from March 13 to 21. Approximately 40 inspectors will visit various Navy commands, including Commander Navy Region Hawaii, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Pacific Missile Range Facility, Navy commands located at Marine Corps Base Hawaii and others as determined by NAVINSGEN.
The main focus of area visits is quality of life and quality of work life for the fleet, fighter and family members, with a secondary focus on mission readiness and compliance with regulations.
NAVINSGEN requests that all Navy personnel in Hawaii, including active duty military, Navy civilian employees (excluding contractors), and Reserves participate in a short, anonymous, online climate survey to evaluate command climate and quality of work life. Maximum participation in the survey is highly encouraged.
Rear Adm. Rick Williams, commander of Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific, said, “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.”
The online survey, which can be found at http://ow.ly/sF05b began on Jan. 15 and will continue through Feb. 12.
For more information, call Lisa Hill at 471-1953 or John Cosson, Navy Region Hawaii inspector general, at 471-1958.