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I'd call it Policies & Procedures. I would not use the word justification.
I'd make the goal part of the topic sentence of the policy. "A well
regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the
right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."
On Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 11:21 AM, Cardimon, Craig <ccardimon -at- m-s-g -dot- com> wrote:
> Hello, Whirlers,
> I am putting together a Policies & Procedures Manual, which is proceeding nicely.
> I have been asked to include some justifications, which I will be given, for said procedures.
> My questions involve *how* to include them:
> 1. Should I put the justification for the procedure directly after the procedure? This is what I'm planning to do right now.
> 2. Should I put all justifications in a separate section?
> 3. Should I put all justifications in a separate document?
> 4. If the justifications go into the same document, should the name of the document be changed to Policies, Procedures, & Justifications? I'm thinking no.
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