The Truman Area Community Network
Below is a copy of the Ultimate Form - the form to use when you need to report that you have nothing to report.
Although it sounds a bit like bureaucracy taken to its ultimate, the Katy's Form 229 actually had a useful purpose. It was a small form printed on thin paper with no graphics and only one color of ink (black), and thus could be printed up dirt cheap. It was then used as replacement for other forms, larger, more complicated and thus more expensive to print, at times where there was, literally, nothing to report. This made a clear distinction between a report of nothing happening, and no report, which could represent information that had gotten lost or never been sent. And saved a little money to boot! Perfectly logical, perfectly reasonable, ... but it still looks a bit strange.