This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report:
More incidents that illustrate the corruption of two of our QA Leads and our QA Management:
On or about 6/11/01, I was asked by (my QA Lead) what my "inspection philosophy was." He said (my QA supervisor) had asked him to ask me that question. I answered simply, "To do the job." He asked me why I felt that way. I said, word-for-word, "I don’t believe in corporate welfare." He didn’t ask me to elaborate on what I meant by that, but it, I thought, was an answer illustrating my "unique" sense of humor I often exhibited, while still being a 100% true answer. What I meant was, that I believed in doing the job I was being paid for, and not, like some of the inspectors in the building, (my QA Lead) being one of them, just pretending to do the job by roller stamping, "working" for the Boeing Corporation, while really being on welfare. I didn’t mean it in the usual sense of "corporate welfare", of Congress’s handouts to corporations. I meant that I liked to actually do the job I was being paid for, as opposed to just collecting a paycheck, like others. (My QA Lead) said each of us inspectors had different philosophies and that that was OK, and left. That would be acceptable in the unwritten BCAG Quality System (my QA Lead) was working to, but not in the FAA-approved BCAG Quality System I was working to.
The Last Inspector