Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
384 Marana Circle
Glynco, Georgia 31524
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Academy Award Winners
The IG Act of 1978, as amended
General Guidelines for OIGs with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority
Federal Law Enforcement Training
Federal Law Enforcement
Fraud Indicators in Procurement
and other Defense Activities
National Procurement Fraud
for Investigations (PCIE/ECIE, 2003)
Whistleblower Protection, American
Revovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009
"The time to guard against corruption and tyranny
is before they shall have gotten a hold of us."
- Thomas Jefferson, 1782
To improve integrity, accountability and excellence in Government.
We train those who protect our nation’s taxpayers from fraud, waste and abuse.
- Develop and deliver quality, timely and cost-effective training that enables
partners to accomplish their missions.
- Provide on-site representation and liaison to the Federal Law
Enforcement Training Center on behalf of the OIG community.
IG-IFA VA-901, IG Academy Guest Instructor AIGI Tom Caulfield, NRO OIG
HISTORY of the IG ACADEMY
The Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy was officially established at the
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Glynco, Georgia, in February 1994
per a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the FLETC and the President's Council
on Integrity and Efficiency (PCIE). The MOU acknowledged “the significant benefits of
efficiency and effectiveness which are derived from a consolidated approach to training.”
In November 2000, The IG Criminal Investigator Academy was established in Public Law 106-422
“for the purpose of performing investigator training services for offices of inspectors
general created under the Inspector General Act of 1978.”
The Inspector General Reform Act of 2008 combined the two existing IG councils, the
PCIE and the Executive Council on Integrity and Efficiency, into one statutory
Council of IGs on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) to be chaired by an IG. The
mission of the CIGIE is to address integrity, economy and effectiveness issues
that transcend individual agencies, and to increase the professionalism and
effectiveness of IG personnel by maintaining one or more training academies.
The Investigations Committee of the CIGIE is recognized as the board of directors
for the Academy, subject to general review and oversight of the CIGIE. The
Academy Director is designated as the agency representative at FLETC for the
CIGIE members without on-Center agency representation.