No, that's not the purpose of an inspection meeting. Those are often purposes of another review process called a walkthrough, which is not what we're talking about here. Inspectors certainly learn about a program, and improvements are often the result of an inspection, but that's not the primary purpose of an inspection. In fact, if you're spending a lot of time discussing possible improvements, you're not spending enough time to succeed at the primary purpose of an inspection.

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