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To request a copy of these documents, call the SAMSHA Reports Clearance Officer on (240) 276–1243. Project: Community Mental Health Services Block Grant Application Guidance and Instruction, FY 2008– 2010 (OMB No. 0930–0168)—Revisions Sections 1911 through 1920 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300x through 300x–9) provide for annual allotments to assist States to establish or expand an organized, community-based system of care for adults with serious mental illnesses and children with serious emotional disturbances. Under these provision of the law, States may receive allotments only after an application is submitted and approved by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. For the FY 2008–2010 Community Mental Health Services Block Grant application cycle, SAMSHA will provide States guidance and instructions to guide development of comprehensive State applications/plans and implementation reports. Proposed revisions to the guidance include: (1) The integration of mental health transformation as a guiding principle in the development of State mental health plans. State plans for FY 2008–2010 will describe State mental health transformation efforts and activities within the context of the five (5) legislative criteria, identify mental health transformation activities funded by the MHBG and other State funding sources, identify activities of the State mental health planning council that contribute to and support State transformation efforts, include one State transformation performance indicator in the plan, and include a description of the services provided to older adults under criterion 4 of the State’s plan. (2) The introduction of the Web Block Grant Application System (WebBGAS). WebBGAS enables States to submit applications/plans, and implementation reports electronically thus reducing the PO 00000 Frm 00043 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 31591 burden of paperwork required for submission, revision, and reporting purposes. In FY 2008, all States and Territories will be encouraged to submit State plans using WebBGAS. Other advantages to using WebBGAS include: • Eliminating redundancy in data entry by pre-populating the States’ previous year data in the current year’s plans and implementation reports. • Standardizing Mental Health Block Grant data for reporting and quantitative analysis. • Allowing the States’ mental health planning councils to have access to state plans and implementation reports throughout the FY as a means to enable councils to meet their Federal mandate of reviewing the plans and providing recommendations to the State. • Adhering to the Federal Government’s e-governments and egrants initiatives, where applicable. (3) A requirement for States to report nine CMHS National Outcome Measures (NOMS) for mental health. All nine measures are derived from tables in the Uniform Reporting System (URS) which was developed in collaboration with the States. Four (4) of the nine measures were established, in concert with OMB PART, to support the long-term goals of the Mental Health Block Grant program and SAMSHA’s Government Results and Performance Act (GPRA) measures. The nine CMHS measures are: • Increased access to services • Reduced utilization of psychiatric inpatient beds for 30 and 180 days • Number of evidenced-based practices and number of persons served in these programs • Client perception of care • Increased/retained employment or returned to/stayed in school • Decreased criminal justice involvement • Increased stability in housing • Increased social supports and social connectedness, and • Improved level of functioning. Two of the NOMS, Increased Social Supports and Social Connectedness, and Improved Functioning, are currently under development at SAMSHA. States that are unable to report data on these or other indicators will be required to describe their current reporting capacity and efforts underway to make collection of the data possible. (4) Revisions to tables in the Uniform Reporting System (URS). Since FY 2001, States have reported annual data on the public mental health system to the MHBG Program through 21 tables in the URS. For the past three years, CMHS worked collaboratively with States, using the Data Infrastructure Grant (DIG) process, to refine the data and make E:\FR\FM\07JNN1.SGM 07JNN1 31592 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 109 / Thursday, June 7, 2007 / Notices reporting more meaningful to both States and CMHS. This effort resulted in a list of revisions to the basic and development tables in the FY 2005– 2007 MHBG guidance. The revisions to the URS tables are described below: REVISIONS TO TABLES IN THE UNIFORM REPORTING SYSTEM Table description Table No. Table name Change Table 1 ................... Table 2 ................... No Change ............ Minor ..................... Table 3 ................... Table 4 ................... Profile of State Population by Diagnosis ............. Total Unduplicated Served by Age, Gender & Race. Total Served by Setting, by Age & Gender ......... Employment .......................................................... Table 5 ................... Table 6 ................... Medicaid Status .................................................... Profile of Client Flow and Turnover ..................... No Change ............ Minor ..................... Table 7 ................... Table 8 ................... Table 9 ................... State MH Expenditures and Revenues ................ Profile of Community MHBG Expenditures .......... Public Mental Health Service System Inventory List (Deleted in 2005). No Change ............ No Change ............ Major ..................... Table 10 ................. Table 11 ................. Profile of Agencies receiving MHBG Funds ........ Consumer Evaluation of Care* ............................ No Change ............ Minor ..................... Table 12 ................. Table 13 ................. State Mental Health Agency Profile ..................... Untreated Prevalence of Mental Illness ............... No Change ............ No Change ............ Table 14 ................. Minor ..................... Table 15 ................. Table 16 ................. Adults with SMI & SED served by Age, gender, Race, & Ethnicity. Living Situation Profile .......................................... EBPs ..................................................................... Table 17 ................. EBPs ..................................................................... Minor ..................... Table 18 ................. Table 19 ................. Use of New Generation Atypical Antipsychotics .. Outcomes: Criminal Justice & School Attendance No Change ............ Minor ..................... Table 20 ................. Table 21 ................. 30 and 180 day state hospital readmissions ....... 30 and 180 day readmission to any psych bed ... Minor ..................... Minor ..................... The future of the SAMHSA/CMHS State mental data reporting program continues to evolve with a related plan to implement a State Client level Initiative project with a few States to test the feasibility of implementing client level reporting in the States. Activities of this pilot in the next three years will include: (1) Identifying and No Change ............ Minor ..................... No Change ............ Minor ..................... documenting the States’ most promising approaches to the collection of clientlevel data; (2) developing recommendations for expanding clientlevel data collection systems to incorporate the NOMs; and (3) pilot testing the most promising approaches with other interested States to determine their feasibility. SAMHSA Number of respondents Application rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with NOTICES Proposed change Combine Age 0–3 with Age 4–12. Add Optional Table 4a. Reporting of Employment Status by 5 Diagnostic Groupings. Add Column for Length of Stay for clients in facility more than 1 year. New table added, ‘‘Social Connectedness and Improved Functioning’’ for SAMHSA’s newest NOMS. Add revisions to table and questions to clarify the survey instrument and methodology used to collect data for this domain if the recommended survey was not used. Continue as developmental until refined by DIG Workgroup. Combine Age 0–3 with Age 4–12. Add two questions at the end of each EBP: (1) Did the State use the SAMHSA Toolkit to guide implementation? (2) Has staff been specifically trained to implement the EBP? Add two questions at the end of each EBP: (1) Did the State use the SAMHSA Toolkit to guide implementation? (2) Has staff been specifically trained to implement the EBP? Add new questions for two CMHS NOMS: Arrests, and School Attendance. Combine Age 0–3 with Age 4–12. Combine Age 0–3 with Age 4–12. expects that the results of this effort will improve the ability of States to report unduplicated client-level outcomes comparing Time 2 to Time 1. These data are expected to support the CMHS Block Grant in future PART reviews. The following table summarizes the annual burden for the revised application. Burden response (hrs) Responses/ respondent Total burden hours Plan: 1 year ........................................................................................................ 2 year ........................................................................................................ 3 year ........................................................................................................ Implementation Report .................................................................................... URS Tables ..................................................................................................... 44 6 9 59 59 1 1 1 1 1 180 150 110 75 40 7,920 900 990 4,425 2,360 Total .......................................................................................................... 59 ........................ ........................ 16,595 VerDate Aug<31>2005 20:59 Jun 06, 2007 Jkt 211001 PO 00000 Frm 00044 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\07JNN1.SGM 07JNN1 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 109 / Thursday, June 7, 2007 / Notices Written comments and recommendations concerning the proposed information collection should be sent by July 9, 2007 to: SAMHSA Desk Officer, Human Resources and Housing Branch, Office of Management and Budget, New Executive Office Building, Room 10235, Washington, DC 20503; due to potential delays in OMB’s receipt and processing of mail sent through the U.S. Postal Service, respondents are encouraged to submit comments by fax to: 202–395–6974. Dated: June 1, 2007. Elaine Parry, Acting Director, Office of Program Services. [FR Doc. 07–2851 Filed 6–6–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4162–20–M DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Current List of Laboratories Which Meet Minimum Standards To Engage in Urine Drug Testing for Federal Agencies Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, HHS. ACTION: Notice. rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with NOTICES AGENCY: SUMMARY: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) notifies Federal agencies of the laboratories currently certified to meet the standards of Subpart C of the Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs (Mandatory Guidelines). The Mandatory Guidelines were first published in the Federal Register on April 11, 1988 (53 FR 11970), and subsequently revised in the Federal Register on June 9, 1994 (59 FR 29908), on September 30, 1997 (62 FR 51118), and on April 13, 2004 (69 FR 19644). A notice listing all currently certified laboratories is published in the Federal Register during the first week of each month. If any laboratory’s certification is suspended or revoked, the laboratory will be omitted from subsequent lists until such time as it is restored to full certification under the Mandatory Guidelines. If any laboratory has withdrawn from the HHS National Laboratory Certification Program (NLCP) during the past month, it will be listed at the end, and will be omitted from the monthly listing thereafter. This notice is also available on the Internet at http://workplace.samhsa.gov and http://www.drugfreeworkplace.gov. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mrs. Giselle Hersh or Dr. Walter Vogl, VerDate Aug<31>2005 20:59 Jun 06, 2007 Jkt 211001 Division of Workplace Programs, SAMHSA/CSAP, Room 2–1035, 1 Choke Cherry Road, Rockville, Maryland 20857; 240–276–2600 (voice), 240–276– 2610 (fax). SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Mandatory Guidelines were developed in accordance with Executive Order 12564 and section 503 of Public Law 100–71. Subpart C of the Mandatory Guidelines, ‘‘Certification of Laboratories Engaged in Urine Drug Testing for Federal Agencies,’’ sets strict standards that laboratories must meet in order to conduct drug and specimen validity tests on urine specimens for Federal agencies. To become certified, an applicant laboratory must undergo three rounds of performance testing plus an on-site inspection. To maintain that certification, a laboratory must participate in a quarterly performance testing program plus undergo periodic, on-site inspections. Laboratories which claim to be in the applicant stage of certification are not to be considered as meeting the minimum requirements described in the HHS Mandatory Guidelines. A laboratory must have its letter of certification from HHS/SAMHSA (formerly: HHS/NIDA) which attests that it has met minimum standards. In accordance with Subpart C of the Mandatory Guidelines dated April 13, 2004 (69 FR 19644), the following laboratories meet the minimum standards to conduct drug and specimen validity tests on urine specimens: ACL Laboratories, 8901 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis, WI 53227, 414–328– 7840/800–877–7016, (Formerly: Bayshore Clinical Laboratory). ACM Medical Laboratory, Inc., 160 Elmgrove Park, Rochester, NY 14624, 585–429–2264. Advanced Toxicology Network, 3560 Air Center Cove, Suite 101, Memphis, TN 38118, 901–794–5770/888–290– 1150. Aegis Analytical Laboratories, Inc., 345 Hill Ave., Nashville, TN 37210, 615– 255–2400. Baptist Medical Center-Toxicology Laboratory, 9601 I–630, Exit 7, Little Rock, AR 72205–7299, 501–202–2783, (Formerly: Forensic Toxicology Laboratory Baptist Medical Center). Clinical Reference Lab, 8433 Quivira Road, Lenexa, KS 66215–2802, 800– 445–6917. Diagnostic Services, Inc., dba DSI, 12700 Westlinks Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33913, 239–561–8200/800–735– 5416. Doctors Laboratory, Inc., 2906 Julia Drive, Valdosta, GA 31602, 229–671– 2281. PO 00000 Frm 00045 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 31593 DrugScan, Inc., P.O. Box 2969, 1119 Mearns Road, Warminster, PA 18974, 215–674–9310. Dynacare Kasper Medical Laboratories*, 10150–102 St., Suite 200, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 5E2, 780–451– 3702/800–661–9876. ElSohly Laboratories, Inc., 5 Industrial Park Drive, Oxford, MS 38655, 662– 236–2609. Gamma-Dynacare Medical Laboratories*, A Division of the Gamma-Dynacare Laboratory Partnership, 245 Pall Mall Street, London, ONT, Canada N6A 1P4, 519– 679–1630. Kroll Laboratory Specialists, Inc., 1111 Newton St., Gretna, LA 70053, 504– 361–8989/800–433–3823, (Formerly: Laboratory Specialists, Inc.). Kroll Laboratory Specialists, Inc., 450 Southlake Blvd., Richmond, VA 23236, 804–378–9130, (Formerly: Scientific Testing Laboratories, Inc.; Kroll Scientific Testing Laboratories, Inc.). Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 7207 N. Gessner Road, Houston, TX 77040, 713–856–8288/ 800–800–2387. Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 69 First Ave., Raritan, NJ 08869, 908–526–2400/800–437–4986, (Formerly: Roche Biomedical Laboratories, Inc.). Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 1904 Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, 919–572–6900/800–833–3984, (Formerly: LabCorp Occupational Testing Services, Inc., CompuChem Laboratories, Inc.; CompuChem Laboratories, Inc., A Subsidiary of Roche Biomedical Laboratory; Roche CompuChem Laboratories, Inc., A Member of the Roche Group) Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 13112 Evening Creek Drive, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92128, 858– 668–3710/800–882–7272, (Formerly: Poisonlab, Inc.). Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 550 17th Ave., Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98122, 206–923–7020/ 800–898–0180 (Formerly: DrugProof, Division of Dynacare/Laboratory of Pathology, LLC; Laboratory of Pathology of Seattle, Inc.; DrugProof, Division of Laboratory of Pathology of Seattle, Inc.). Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 1120 Main Street, Southaven, MS 38671, 866–827–8042/ 800–233–6339. (Formerly: LabCorp Occupational Testing Services, Inc.; MedExpress/National Laboratory Center). LabOne, Inc. d/b/a Quest Diagnostics, 10101 Renner Blvd., Lenexa, KS E:\FR\FM\07JNN1.SGM 07JNN1

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Substances Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration


Agency Information Collection Activities: Submission for OMB 
Review; Comment Request

    Periodically, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 
Administration (SAMSHA) will publish a summary of information 
collection requests under OMB review, in compliance with the Paperwork 
Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. Chapter 35). To request a copy of these 
documents, call the SAMSHA Reports Clearance Officer on (240) 276-1243.

Project: Community Mental Health Services Block Grant Application 
Guidance and Instruction, FY 2008-2010 (OMB No. 0930-0168)--Revisions

    Sections 1911 through 1920 of the Public Health Service Act (42 
U.S.C. 300x through 300x-9) provide for annual allotments to assist 
States to establish or expand an organized, community-based system of 
care for adults with serious mental illnesses and children with serious 
emotional disturbances. Under these provision of the law, States may 
receive allotments only after an application is submitted and approved 
by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
    For the FY 2008-2010 Community Mental Health Services Block Grant 
application cycle, SAMSHA will provide States guidance and instructions 
to guide development of comprehensive State applications/plans and 
implementation reports. Proposed revisions to the guidance include:
    (1) The integration of mental health transformation as a guiding 
principle in the development of State mental health plans. State plans 
for FY 2008-2010 will describe State mental health transformation 
efforts and activities within the context of the five (5) legislative 
criteria, identify mental health transformation activities funded by 
the MHBG and other State funding sources, identify activities of the 
State mental health planning council that contribute to and support 
State transformation efforts, include one State transformation 
performance indicator in the plan, and include a description of the 
services provided to older adults under criterion 4 of the State's 
plan.
    (2) The introduction of the Web Block Grant Application System 
(WebBGAS). WebBGAS enables States to submit applications/plans, and 
implementation reports electronically thus reducing the burden of 
paperwork required for submission, revision, and reporting purposes. In 
FY 2008, all States and Territories will be encouraged to submit State 
plans using WebBGAS. Other advantages to using WebBGAS include:
     Eliminating redundancy in data entry by pre-populating the 
States' previous year data in the current year's plans and 
implementation reports.
     Standardizing Mental Health Block Grant data for reporting 
and quantitative analysis.
     Allowing the States' mental health planning councils to 
have access to state plans and implementation reports throughout the FY 
as a means to enable councils to meet their Federal mandate of 
reviewing the plans and providing recommendations to the State.
     Adhering to the Federal Government's e-governments and e-
grants initiatives, where applicable.
    (3) A requirement for States to report nine CMHS National Outcome 
Measures (NOMS) for mental health. All nine measures are derived from 
tables in the Uniform Reporting System (URS) which was developed in 
collaboration with the States. Four (4) of the nine measures were 
established, in concert with OMB PART, to support the long-term goals 
of the Mental Health Block Grant program and SAMSHA's Government 
Results and Performance Act (GPRA) measures. The nine CMHS measures 
are:
     Increased access to services
     Reduced utilization of psychiatric inpatient beds for 30 
and 180 days
     Number of evidenced-based practices and number of persons 
served in these programs
     Client perception of care
     Increased/retained employment or returned to/stayed in 
school
     Decreased criminal justice involvement
     Increased stability in housing
     Increased social supports and social connectedness, and
     Improved level of functioning.
    Two of the NOMS, Increased Social Supports and Social 
Connectedness, and Improved Functioning, are currently under 
development at SAMSHA. States that are unable to report data on these 
or other indicators will be required to describe their current 
reporting capacity and efforts underway to make collection of the data 
possible.
    (4) Revisions to tables in the Uniform Reporting System (URS). 
Since FY 2001, States have reported annual data on the public mental 
health system to the MHBG Program through 21 tables in the URS. For the 
past three years, CMHS worked collaboratively with States, using the 
Data Infrastructure Grant (DIG) process, to refine the data and make

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reporting more meaningful to both States and CMHS. This effort resulted 
in a list of revisions to the basic and development tables in the FY 
2005-2007 MHBG guidance. The revisions to the URS tables are described 
below:

                               Revisions to Tables in the Uniform Reporting System
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                                                Table description
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Table No.                      Table name                  Change              Proposed change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 1...........................  Profile of State            No Change............  .........................
                                     Population by Diagnosis.
Table 2...........................  Total Unduplicated Served   Minor................  Combine Age 0-3 with Age
                                     by Age, Gender & Race.                             4-12.
Table 3...........................  Total Served by Setting,    No Change............  .........................
                                     by Age & Gender.
Table 4...........................  Employment................  Minor................  Add Optional Table 4a.
                                                                                        Reporting of Employment
                                                                                        Status by 5 Diagnostic
                                                                                        Groupings.
Table 5...........................  Medicaid Status...........  No Change............  .........................
Table 6...........................  Profile of Client Flow and  Minor................  Add Column for Length of
                                     Turnover.                                          Stay for clients in
                                                                                        facility more than 1
                                                                                        year.
Table 7...........................  State MH Expenditures and   No Change............  .........................
                                     Revenues.
Table 8...........................  Profile of Community MHBG   No Change............  .........................
                                     Expenditures.
Table 9...........................  Public Mental Health        Major................  New table added, ``Social
                                     Service System Inventory                           Connectedness and
                                     List (Deleted in 2005).                            Improved Functioning''
                                                                                        for SAMHSA's newest
                                                                                        NOMS.
Table 10..........................  Profile of Agencies         No Change............  .........................
                                     receiving MHBG Funds.
Table 11..........................  Consumer Evaluation of      Minor................  Add revisions to table
                                     Care*.                                             and questions to clarify
                                                                                        the survey instrument
                                                                                        and methodology used to
                                                                                        collect data for this
                                                                                        domain if the
                                                                                        recommended survey was
                                                                                        not used.
Table 12..........................  State Mental Health Agency  No Change............  .........................
                                     Profile.
Table 13..........................  Untreated Prevalence of     No Change............  Continue as developmental
                                     Mental Illness.                                    until refined by DIG
                                                                                        Workgroup.
Table 14..........................  Adults with SMI & SED       Minor................  Combine Age 0-3 with Age
                                     served by Age, gender,                             4-12.
                                     Race, & Ethnicity.
Table 15..........................  Living Situation Profile..  No Change............  .........................
Table 16..........................  EBPs......................  Minor................  Add two questions at the
                                                                                        end of each EBP:
                                                                                       (1) Did the State use the
                                                                                        SAMHSA Toolkit to guide
                                                                                        implementation?
                                                                                       (2) Has staff been
                                                                                        specifically trained to
                                                                                        implement the EBP?
Table 17..........................  EBPs......................  Minor................  Add two questions at the
                                                                                        end of each EBP:
                                                                                       (1) Did the State use the
                                                                                        SAMHSA Toolkit to guide
                                                                                        implementation?
                                                                                       (2) Has staff been
                                                                                        specifically trained to
                                                                                        implement the EBP?
Table 18..........................  Use of New Generation       No Change............  .........................
                                     Atypical Antipsychotics.
Table 19..........................  Outcomes: Criminal Justice  Minor................  Add new questions for two
                                     & School Attendance.                               CMHS NOMS: Arrests, and
                                                                                        School Attendance.
Table 20..........................  30 and 180 day state        Minor................  Combine Age 0-3 with Age
                                     hospital readmissions.                             4-12.
Table 21..........................  30 and 180 day readmission  Minor................  Combine Age 0-3 with Age
                                     to any psych bed.                                  4-12.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The future of the SAMHSA/CMHS State mental data reporting program 
continues to evolve with a related plan to implement a State Client 
level Initiative project with a few States to test the feasibility of 
implementing client level reporting in the States. Activities of this 
pilot in the next three years will include: (1) Identifying and 
documenting the States' most promising approaches to the collection of 
client-level data; (2) developing recommendations for expanding client-
level data collection systems to incorporate the NOMs; and (3) pilot 
testing the most promising approaches with other interested States to 
determine their feasibility. SAMHSA expects that the results of this 
effort will improve the ability of States to report unduplicated 
client-level outcomes comparing Time 2 to Time 1. These data are 
expected to support the CMHS Block Grant in future PART reviews.
    The following table summarizes the annual burden for the revised 
application.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                      Burden
                   Application                       Number of      Responses/       response      Total burden
                                                    respondents     respondent         (hrs)           hours
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Plan:
    1 year......................................              44               1             180           7,920
    2 year......................................               6               1             150             900
    3 year......................................               9               1             110             990
Implementation Report...........................              59               1              75           4,425
URS Tables......................................              59               1              40           2,360
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Total.......................................              59  ..............  ..............          16,595
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    Written comments and recommendations concerning the proposed 
information collection should be sent by July 9, 2007 to: SAMHSA Desk 
Officer, Human Resources and Housing Branch, Office of Management and 
Budget, New Executive Office Building, Room 10235, Washington, DC 
20503; due to potential delays in OMB's receipt and processing of mail 
sent through the U.S. Postal Service, respondents are encouraged to 
submit comments by fax to: 202-395-6974.

    Dated: June 1, 2007.
Elaine Parry,
Acting Director, Office of Program Services.
[FR Doc. 07-2851 Filed 6-6-07; 8:45 am]
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