An additional quote from the "letter never sent" (except to the OIG)
A novel concept, I know, having BCAG QA Management willingly ensuring their inspectors actually inspect per drawing, spec, and plan. But if it is money only that motivates them, so be it. Let the assurance it will surely cost BCAG massive "value" for each delivered defect found in the fleet (as they will be required to actually correct them, not just say "It’s all good" and therefore "cash in" on having delivered those defects to our customers) motivate BCAG QA Management to actually do what they always should have been doing—ensuring their inspectors actually inspect—and not the complete opposite, as they do now.
The Last Inspector