REVIEW 4 QUESTIONS
Q1. What Navy program provides educational
programs for people who dont meet the Navys
fitness or body fat standards and who also need to
help change long-established bad health habits?
Q2. With regard to pregnant servicewomen, what is
the Navy responsibility?
Q3. List the responsibilities of pregnant
Q4. Service members must complete what forms for
Q5. List the areas that the Department of the Navy
public affairs office informs the public and
service members about.
INTEGRITY AND EFFICIENCY
Learning Objective: When you finish this chapter, you
will be able to
Recall key provisions of the Navys Integrity and
Efficiency Program to include fraud, waste, and
The Integrity and Efficiency (I & E) Program carries
out the Department of the Navys policy to detect, deter,
and eliminate fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement.
The terms fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement are
defined as follows:
Fraud. Fraud is intentional misleading or deceitful
conduct that deprives the government of its
resources or rights.
Waste. Waste is the extravagant, careless, or needless
expenditure of government resources.
Abuse. Abuse is the intentional wrongful or improper
use of government resources.
Mismanagement. Mismanagement is to manage
incompetently or dishonestly.
mismanagement through any of the following means:
Chain of command
Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)
Congressional communication (writing your
STANDARDS OF CONDUCT AND
Learning Objectives: When you finish this chapter,
you will be able to
Recall key points of the Standards of Conduct.
Identify the need for professional ethics.
The Department of the Navys ability to maintain
public confidence in its integrity is essential to the
performance of its mission. To help maintain that
integrity, all naval personnel must comply with the
following standards of conduct (table 1-2).