Almost certainly! However, I suspect you are asking about a different kind of clean language from the type featured on this website. The ‘Clean Language’ we use, teach and promote is a specialist interviewing and coaching tool which is good for getting really clear information about what a person really thinks (and perhaps, what they ...

Roland Hill*, a business analyst for Dutch IT specialists IPROFS, used Clean Language to reveal a number of misunderstandings which could have caused the collapse of an 34.9 million-Euro project involving financial institutions across Europe. He joined the project after the functionality of the new computer system had apparently been agreed. ...