FLAG ORDER 3434E-281
21 February 1977
Revised 19 January 1985
All SO Orgs and Units
(This Flag Order was issued as FO 3434RD-43RA, RPF Series 10, [same title.] It is hereby reissued on 8 May 1997 to add further LRH data to the issue and to correct the FO and RPF Series numbers and the signatory section.)
RPF Series 28
MATCHING CASES WITH PC AND AUDITING TEAMS
HCO PL 14 Oct. 68RA Rev. 19.6.80 THE AUDITOR’S CODE
HCOB 23 July 69 AUDITOR ASSIGNMENT POLICIES
With the purpose of containing any out-tech caused by List One R/Sers2 auditing in the RPF, LRH laid down the following rule:
“LIST 1s AUDIT LIST 1s AND MAY NOT AUDIT ANYONE ELSE (REFERENCE PHOENIX LECTURES 1954/55 MATCHING CASES WITH PC AND AUDITING TEAMS).” —LRH
However, it has been found that occasionally an RPFer turns on List One R/Ses in the course of the RPF program. To avoid frequent changes in RPF co-audit teams an exception to the rule above is made: If one member of a non-List One R/S co-audit team turns on a List One R/S in the course of an RPF co-audit, the team may continue to co-audit if it is determined by the Snr C/S for the RPF that they are an operating co-audit team and that their progress on the RPF co-auditing program is satisfactory (and only for as long as it continues so.)
This does not mean that Lis One R/Sers who are twinned up with other List One R/Sers may be retwinned with non-List One R/Sers.
A known List One R/Ser going into the RPF is to be twinned up only with another List One R/Ser.
“ANY OF THESE PEOPLE CAN BE HANDLED.” —LRH
as ordered by
L. RON HUBBARD
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