In the "old" days, wing preparation for major command inspectors was characterized by a lot of busywork to make things look nice for the inspectors. Just about everyone considers this "legacy" mindset a huge waste of time. Continuity books were built, hallways were swept, and grass was even painted green to convey the illusion of a well-tended operation. Don't let the Management Internal Control Toolset be the new "painted grass." You are "painting grass" if you click "Yes" 200 times and copy and paste excerpts of a regulation into the assessment notes. Instead of painted grass, we want healthy, watered, trimmed and weeded grass. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by 2nd Lt. Mikhail Berlin)

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Photo by: nd Lt. Mikhail Berlin  |  VIRIN: 150507-F-IO877-001.JPG