- 1 Australia
- 2 United States Training Corps
The Position of Inspector General is a Governmental Position in Australia. It is restricted to members of the Australian Senate, or to Order of Australia winners. It is their job to make sure the Executive Government is acting responsibly. The position of Inspector General and their functions are outlined by the Inspector Generals Act of April 2009.
See Also: Government Positions of Australia
Category: Parliamentary Government Body: Parliament Department: Inspector General Reports to: Parliament as a Body Position Allocation: By nomination and vote according to Act of Parliament
Job Purpose: The 'Inspector General is an Officer of Parliament and responsible for advising the Executive Government and Senate. They are also responsible for ensuring that Legal Considerations, Protocol, and Policy are not breached, that they are enacted in relation and accordance with the Constitution of eAustralia and all other Acts of Parliament.
Former Inspector Generals of Australia
July 2012: lancer450
May 2010 - June 2012: Ranger Bob
January 2010: H.Nelson
December 2009: Dean Kong
November 2009: Aussie Vegeta
October 2009: Cerridwen Voeland
September 2009: Xavier Griffith
August 2009: Alex Australis
July 2009: Alex Australis
June 2009: Alex Australis
May 2009: TheBlackAdder
Previous Nominations for Insepctor General
(Each senator recieves 1 vote on the Senate forums).
- Xavier Griffith withdrew his nomination upon winning. TheBlackAdder was accepted as Inspector General in a vote of 8-0.
Alex Australis is believed to have been the Inspector General for this month.
Xavier Griffith was elected uncontested owing to the fact that all other nominated people were ineligible.
Aussie Vegeta was voted as Inspector General in November. Currently, the vote tally is impossible to determine.
United States Training Corps
For a limited period of time, the position of Inspector General was held by an officer of the USTC to set out, inspect and enforce the roles of all levels of responsibility in the United States Armed Forces. The USTC's first Inspector-General was Colonel Bia Pandora, promoted from command of one of USTC companies.