WASHINGTON – The website for the U.S. Army’s Inspector General School (TIGS) has been relocated and is now part of the Department of the Army Inspector General website.
Lt. Gen. Donna W. Martin, the Inspector General, said the consolidated and improved website is a crucial tool in communicating the mission, vision and purpose of the IG to all ranks of the Army.
“Our No. 1 priority is the Army’s people, and we want everyone in the Army – Soldiers, civilians and families – to know what the IG can do for them,” Martin said.
The move completes Phase 2 of an Army IG website redesign and consolidation that began in early 2022. Phase 1, the new Army IG site at https://ig.army.mil, was deployed June 13, 2022.
Col. Scott Kirkpatrick, TIGS commandant, said the IG site consolidation will be very useful for the IG community, commanders and the Army at large.
“The new TIGS website, now co-located with the rest of the Army IG website, will be a great source of policy and doctrinal information for our students, our IGs in the field, and prospective IGs in the future,” Kirkpatrick said.
TIGS, located at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, was established in 1983 to provide comprehensive training for IGs from the Army, its sister services and allied nations. Approximately 550 students complete the three-week basic IG course and about 150 complete the one-week advanced course, annually,
The new TIGS website, located at https://ig.army.mil/IG-SCHOOL-RESOURCES/TIGS-Online/, offers information on IG courses, course schedules, student requirements, guides, references and resources, sustainment training, and organizational inspection program information.
Additionally, DAIG is always looking for qualified Soldiers and civilians to join the IG team. Soldiers must serve in the rank of captain promotable through colonel, chief warrant officer 2 through chief warrant officer 5, or sergeant first class through sergeant major, with a proven record of leadership and trust. More information is available at https://ig.army.mil/Become-an-Army-IG/.
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