Much better to have the .gov accounts "own" them and then share out to Gmail when necessary.
I've had similar "fun" in an Windows server environment yanking the wrong right attribute or deleting the wrong user, etc.
One issue to be careful of when using Docs is file ownership. Files should preferably be "owned" by a few people as possible, and those accounts should be corporation controlled whenever possible.As it stands today, when I move on from my current posting as CC (whether voluntarily or voted off the island), Wing can take ownership of the files and transfer them to the new CC, etc., from the admin side with little drama, including recovering things should I go rogue.If you allow members with non-CAP emails to "own" the files, they can disappear without warning with no way to recover them - we had that issue a year or so ago with our master ES status board that was owned by a personal Gmail and a user cleaned up some files and inadvertently deleted it.Much better to have the .gov accounts "own" them and then share out to Gmail when necessary.
...Social Security numbers & cards, birth certificates, immigration documents, cashed checks (?), fingerprint cards, credit card receipts, driver's licenses and abstracts, pilots licenses and records, bank deposit slips (for accounts closed by WBP) on and on....
Back on track, more fun.Cadet parents with hand-written notes "Cadet Johnny ran the mile in 7:45", or better ">I< ran the mile in 7:45."Seriously?I have no issue with a teacher or coach occasionally helping a cadet get PT done when they aren't able to do it with unit staff, send me an email from your school account or letterhead.But cadets, nor their parents, do not "self-certify" their PT.I had actually found this early-on after the leadership transition, the vast majority occurred with ex-cadets, so not much of a recent issue, but when I brought it up in a unit meeting, there were a couple of "Oh, yeah, I guess we shouldn't do that" looks.
Test Period. Test administrators will manage the testing process expeditiously so that each cadet completes the CPFT in about one hour. Cadets must do all four events in the same test period, unless the mile run event is cancelled due to inclement weather.[...]Bad Weather Run Banking. The CPFT is normally conducted in a one-hour block consisting of all four events. In the event that a commander determines that inclement weather or other hazards makes the Mile Run event unsafe, cadets may “carry-forward” their last recorded CPFT Mile Run time provided it is no more than four months old.Commanders must make a separate ORM-based safety decision for each scheduled CPFT. Inclement weather considerations include: extreme heat or cold, hazards such as snow or ice on the running surface, lightning, or heavy precipitation.If a unit is unable to conduct the Mile Run event and a cadet’s last “banked” run time has either expired or is not fast enough to “pass” the current test, cadets may also submit a mile run time certified by an unrelated, independent person. Examples of acceptable persons include a gym teacher, health club official, or an unrelated senior member.
Why do people even keep most of this?