Preparing for the Project Management Professional exam, I dutifully studied the Code of Ethics. One of the precepts (section 2.2) involves responsibility for errors--for example, taking ownership and making corrections promptly when one makes an error or omission on a project. The following statement in the section notes that we as practitioners should report errors or omissions:
When we discover errors or omissions caused by others, we communicate them to the appropriate body as soon they are discovered.
It's a nice irony to find an omission in a sentence that talks about reporting omissions. This should, of course, include "as" after "soon," to read "...as soon as they are discovered."
As one bound by the Code, I immediately reported the omission to the Project Management Institute.
I have not yet received a status report as to when the omission will be corrected. ;-)