cutting down on corruption by eliminating human factor

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"The idea is to never use a person where a computer can do the
job, and to avoid adding redundant people "...
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Local Union 1456' "human factor"

Harkin, Adam
X Appointed by Charles Harkin

Harkin, Charles
X Appointed by Charles Harkin

Ostrander, Rick
X Appointed by Charles Harkin

Reiche, Robert
X Appointed by Charles Harkin

Rioux, Louis
X Appointed by Charles Harkin

Tucker, James
X Appointed by Charles Harkin

Wilson, Robert
X Appointed by Charles Harkin
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Where and When can I Sign ,Mr.Walsh ?

"Anyone, including employer trustees, who is a position of trust and who makes decisions on behalf of the membership for example: Collective Bargaining, Benefit Funds, Political Action and Expenditures MUST SIGN THE AFFIDAVIT no matter where thier from including New Jersey. Also every Shop Steward, Delegate and Local Union E-Board Members SHOULD SIGN IT. This affidavit was a brilliant idea Dennis. Now follow through and make EVERYONE SIGN IT NOW."
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Strategically Beneficial move on the part of RO Walsh....the Fear Factor has led to multiple resignations (perjury, fraud, collusion etc) while those resigning run to turn in their UBC Books.

Excellent move on Walsh's part & it cost all of nothing, less sending it via e-mail or hard copy to the Council Employees, plus the Secretaries time....a simple, yet very effective piece of paper and the results speak for themsleves w/o any undue delays or protracted court battles to remove these folk.

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..."Material provisions could include agreement to :
#(1) use electronic scanners to record work hours (and could include arequirement that such costs be shared);

#(2) use site security cameras linked to the internet  to allow the District Council Office of the Inspector General (“IG”), and a counterpartselected by the contractor, to view the site at any time;

#(3) have random and off-hour inspections of the work site by the District Council;."..

http://quadrocopter.us

I would say: 10 machines for a start:)
http://vimeo.com/24527147