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Subject:No - that other Honeywell From:Lucille Lattanzi <llattan -at- ESTEE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 20 May 1997 12:58:11 -0400
Thanks to Jennifer Krause but, this is an IS audit/consulting firm that
is looking at developing a corporate standard for procedures in the
greater context of an IS audit. Had our first meeting this AM. They
liked my corporate guidelines for Manufacturing procedures. :-) So my
anxiety level is somewhat lower. Especially since three other
departments they'll be examining are following the same guidelines.
(Sorry - can't send this doc out - it belongs to the great Corporate
entity - not yours truly.)
To my Noo Yawk ear, these gentlemen sound southern, maybe Texas?
Does this jog anyone's memory?
By the way - is anyone out there attending PCEXPO in NYC in June? I'm
scheduled to go 6/18. It can be fun for technical writers. Saw lots o'
neat stuff last year.
Anyway - Still curious about experience with this firm.