MICT is a “new computer-based inspection program . . . [being] billed as an all-in-one inspec- tion tracking and analysis toolset. The program is web-based, real-time, and allows individual units and program managers to assess their programs and up-channel their internal inspection results” (Curry, 2009).
What does MICT stand for in the Air Force?
Management Internal Control Toolkit
WASHINGTON, D.C. — I have often said that MICT (Management Internal Control Toolkit) is the nervous system of the Air Force Inspection System.
What is commander’s inspection program?
The Commander’s Inspection Program, led by the Wing IG, validates and verifies the Self-Assessment Program is accurate and relevant. The IG conducts inspections on behalf of the Wing Commander, focusing on detecting non-compliance and measuring effectiveness and the value of compliance against the mission.
What is a unit vertical inspection?
“A vertical inspection is a unit inspection, where we validate and verify a unit’s compliance with the four major graded areas.” These four major graded areas include executing the mission, improving the unit, leading the people and managing resources.
What is Igems Air Force?
Inspector General Enterprise Management System (IGEMS) – Full.
What does UEI stand for Air Force?
Unit Effectiveness Inspection
SAF/IG’s vision for a new inspection system calls for the complete overhaul of the Air Force’s current compliance inspections.
What are the Air Force major graded areas?
As part of this Unit Effectiveness Inspection Capstone event, they will focus on the four Major Graded Areas: 1) Managing Resources, 2) Leading People, 3) Improving the Unit and 4) Executing the Mission. So what special efforts should Airmen make to prepare for this critically important inspection?
What does Igems stand for?
IGEMS. Inspector General Evaluation Management System.