This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report:
Parts are being shipped out of PSD blue tagged as the wrong part number. This happens due to the (part number) chine installation is done at PSD C/T (Common To) the vendor P/N (part number) (this is one of the fan cowl P/Ns from my memory, there are others, also) 767 fan cowls, which go out as the same P/N they come in as, (part number). The job that does the installation is job (number) 767 L/N (Line Number).
Inspectors, namely (name), have tried to get planning to issue a planning part number on the non-engineering part numbered configuration we ship out, to no avail. We have to blue tag it as the part number we receive from the vendor, to which we add additional parts. The blue tag is an indication of inspection status document at BCAG, so, in effect, the inspection status of the part is incorrectly identified on the part, as the tag only states the vendor portion of the assembly has been accepted.
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