This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report.
Please investigate the roller stamping of shakedown jobs at PSD, when other jobs, that should have been complete prior to the completion of the shakedown job, travel to the Prime Divisions. We should always travel the shakedown job if we have any traveler to the Prime Divisions open, with an info pickup stating that the shakedown is done less those jobs that travel. That would allow the inspector at the Prime Division to actually complete the shakedown after all of the work was done on the engine or strut, by doing a shakedown of the area that the traveled work was done in, and then completing the shakedown job, as it should be done. But instead, as it is taboo to travel the shakedown job at PSD, we roller stamp it. The Prime Division inspector has no knowledge he should do that shakedown of the area after the work is done, as we never travel the job. True, some of these travelers are completed by PSD crews traveling to the Prime Division to do the work, but I assume some of them are done by Prime Division inspectors. In any event, even if PSD personnel are doing the work at the Prime Division, the shakedown job, or any job that is not yet complete, should still travel there with them. The PSD inspector doing the inspection at the Prime Division does not have to do the shakedown of the area that is worked there after the work is complete to find any FOD or any other problem a shakedown inspection would look for, as there is no job left to do that inspection. I fixed this problem in my revision to our shakedown QOI (Exhibit F, section V.A.12.), which I wrote mostly while on forced "hiatus" from inspection.
The Last Inspector