Page 4, Line 37: Incorrect indentation
Page 4, Line 38: Incorrect indentation
Page 6, Line 163: First use of the acronym PSAP, you must define what it stands for, then you can start using the acronym.
Page 6, Line 169: If you define the acronym PSAP in Line 163, you do not have to use the spelled out version in this line
Page 7, Line 223: add a comma at between program and the, please see reference "To develop a successful succession program [,] the agency will need...."
Page 7, Line 227: removed the word "deemed" as you are already imply it is important with the word "required"
Page 7, Line 235: You should put a period after the reference. So it should be "... employee (Eskierka, 2011)."
Page 8, Line 242: It should be "Tool 2: Candidate Targeting Initiative (exhibit 8.2)
Page 10, Line 319: Put a comma between yearly and. For example "weekly, quarterly, yearly, and ad hoc..."
Page 10, Line 328: There is an extra spacing in the sentence "If a mentoring period".
Page 11, Line 335: First use of the acronym MOU. You must define what it stands for in order for the end user to understand.
Page 12, Line 382: First use of the acronym GIS. You must define what it stands for, in this case Geographic Information System.
Page 12, Line 393-395: This can be two bullet points as the two aren't related to one another.
Page 13, Line 398: First use of the acronym NG. You must define what it stand for in order for the end user to understand.
Page 14, Line 432: There is an extra line return, please delete.
Page 14, Line 447: Correct Bargaining to bargaining
Page 16, Line 512: COOP to COOP (Continuity of Operations Plan)
Page 17, Line 544: CTO to CTO (Central Technology Office)
Page 17, Line 555: Correct sentence to: Have IT support needs been defined (in-house/vendor)?
Page 18, Line 588: Remove period after organization