I myself wouldn't. The only time I can recall
ever using goto is in my recent cron script.
As a means of effectively restarting the program.
To me this really seems to be a case for using
if/else contructs. One question though, why aren't you
checking for the officeID outside of the sub?
Since you are apparently checking other things
before to determine which sub to call...
perl -p -e "s/(?:\w);([st])/'\$1/mg"
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