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We initiated this inspection on August 4, 2003 to evaluate the process and basis for Regional Offices issuing merit dismissals and to evaluate trends. Although we could not accurately determine the number of merit dismissal cases in FY 2001 and FY 2002, our calculations show that merit dismissal activity appeared to increase significantly in FY 2003 after the issuance of a policy to add an abeyance period to the merit dismissal policy. The days from filing to issuing a merit dismissal remained constant (about 70 days), and the percentage of merit dismissal cases appealed rose from a low of 16 percent in FY 2002 to 29 percent ...
Today, I faxed off a HUGE quote to a company. It took a long time to go through so I left it sending the 9 pages I had sent, because I get nervous when I stand for more than 1/2 a second at Fried. I came back after lunch to grab my confirmation page. There were a couple of other pages in the fax machine when I left. There were no pages when I came back. I asked the ASM if he had seen the page or took the other pages. The reaction I had expected was to the effect of, "No I didn't see any confirmation page. I didn't take it ask..." Instead I got, "Did I see a ... Read More
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