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- The bottom of the homepage had a link for "THE AFFORABLE CARE ACT AND YOU."
- The press release sections showed several releases with headings like "Rep. Jeffries Statement on Conflict in Syria." His last name needs an apostrophe (or maybe even an apostrophe plus "s") to form the possessive case. Rep. Jeffries was awarded honors for outstanding academic achievement at SUNY and he graduated magna cum laude from NYU. That's nice. He's apparently a smart guy and may provide excellent service to his constituents, but he needs to pay more attention to grammar.
- A link for "Flags" went to a page about the Affordable Care Act.
- Links for various kinds of issues such as "national security" and "education" pointed to unrelated items.
The purpose of this posting is not to embarrass a Congressman (well, maybe just a little). My purpose is to emphasize that we should try hard to avoid being stupid in public, and that it's equally important to not hire people who make us look stupid.
Pay careful attention to the work done by employees, contractors and suppliers. They probably don't care as much as you do, or as much as you should.