This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report:
I read your order 8120-2B section 26.b.(1) which requires that you let the PC holder know within 30 days of receipt if changes to QC data submitted will be acceptable or not. Too bad it doesn’t work that way internally within BCAG!
This just in:
In our All Hands meeting with (my QA Director) around the 25th of February, (the office QA supervisor) said that PSD was going to implement the QACR Tracker system Auburn uses to address peoples concerns about the black hole process of submitting QACRs. I’m sure that my question to (BCA's V.P. of Quality) about our QA Manual and its lack of being updated per submitted QACRs was the impetus for this.
This may fix the process in the future, if our QA Supervisors decide to enter them in the system and not round-file them prior to entering them. This does not absolve them from past "crimes," however. Please still investigate. My submitted QACRs’ lack of being processed is evidence of the fact of my removal from the production floor to save the Company the costs of fixing the valid defects I, the inspector who worked to the FAA-approved QA Manual, would find. It is also evidence of our QA Management’s corruption and their efforts to sabotage the Quality System, and not improve and strengthen it, as my QOIs would have done.
My submitted unprocessed QACRs are also Prima Facia evidence that I was removed from the production floor because I attempted to inspect the product, and did not simply roller stamp the paperwork to state I did, as my management wanted me to do. If I was really "sent to the office" to review and update QOIs, then my QACRs would have been processed, or at least rejected and returned to me.
Update: Since I have included alot of Exhibits in this report, I figured "what the hell"--see Exhibit AS for copies of the QACRs listed in the first section of this item that I said I had copies of.
The Last Inspector