|Eidetic Memory 2|
|Professional Training 2||contacts with hospital administrators and government secretaries, 9-agains on Academics and Persuasion|
|Small Frame 2|
You’ve been in administration for half of your life. From secretarial positions to management, you’ve always ensured your department is run efficiently and responsibly. When you took over accounting last year, you made sure the right people were advanced the dead wood cut out. Then you set your sights on other departments.
That was a mistake. The executives did not like you pointing out how much waste was going on in R&D. They demoted you to the Retrieval Department.
Fighting monsters is different from winning funding arguments. At least the monsters complain less. You are practical, you can already see a large amount of waste that can be cleared up: agents sent into the field with insufficient training, experimental implants and drugs wasted on operatives who won’t survive the mission, and a callous regard for human resources. You are sure if you can lower turnover rate and boost productivity, the executives will have to see you are more useful in the office.
With two successful missions under your belt, things are looking up for you.