It seems that a civilian employee with the National Guard did not complete the required DoD and DA employee training to use a government computer or network. I’m sure that someone is asking for pre-dated certificates on; ethics and compliance, ethical decision-making, business fraud, end-user network and computer use training. I may have missed a few of the other required virtual learning experiences that cover this topic.
Chime in through the comments, there must be at least dozen more.
“A congressman is seeking a Defense Department Inspector General investigation of a civilian employee with the National Guard who allegedly sent an email to troops asking them to lobby for an Army program.
The email, provided to Army Times, specifically aimed to derail Rep. Duncan Hunter’s legislative effort to scrap a maligned intelligence network program, the Distributed Common Ground System-Army. The email addresses are redacted but Hunter’s chief of staff Joe Kasper identified the sender as Micheal R. Hall, an intelligence specialist who works on plans and policy for the National Guard Bureau.
National Guard spokesman Maj. Earl Brown said that the Guard initiated its own investigation prior to receiving word of Hunter’s call to the DoD IG. Brown declined further comment, citing the ongoing investigation.”
Read More: Army Times
Featured Image – Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-Calif., has accused a civilian National Guard employee of asking troops to lobby for an Army program. Army Times, file photo.
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