On Behalf of the Accessibility Committee of the Federal CIO Council (29 U.S.C. 794d); Listening Session on Improving the Accessibility of Government Information, 8802-8804 [2011-3311]

Download as PDF 8802 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 31 / Tuesday, February 15, 2011 / Notices The States which received an EIDL Declaration # are Arizona, Utah. Percent For Economic Injury: Non-Profit Organizations without Credit Available Elsewhere ....... (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number 59002) Dated: February 7, 2011. Karen G. Mills, Administrator. 3.000 The number assigned to this disaster for physical damage is 12465B and for economic injury is 12466B. [FR Doc. 2011–3295 Filed 2–14–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 8025–01–P (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Numbers 59002 and 59008) SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION [Disaster Declaration #12465 and #12466] New Jersey Disaster #NJ–00019 [FR Doc. 2011–3296 Filed 2–14–11; 8:45 am] U.S. Small Business Administration. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: BILLING CODE 8025–01–P This is a Notice of the Presidential declaration of a major disaster for Public Assistance Only for the State of New Jersey (FEMA–1954– DR), dated 02/04/2011. Incident: Severe Winter Storm and Snowstorm. Incident Period: 12/26/2010 through 12/27/2010. Effective Date: 02/04/2011. Physical Loan Application Deadline Date: 04/05/2011. Economic Injury (EIDL) Loan Application Deadline Date: 11/04/2011. ADDRESSES: Submit completed loan applications to: U.S. Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: A. Escobar, Office of Disaster Assistance, U.S. Small Business Administration, 409 3rd Street, SW., Suite 6050, Washington, DC 20416. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Notice is hereby given that as a result of the President’s major disaster declaration on 02/04/2011, Private Non-Profit organizations that provide essential services of governmental nature may file disaster loan applications at the address listed above or other locally announced locations. The following areas have been determined to be adversely affected by the disaster: Primary Counties: Bergen, Burlington, Cape May, Essex, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Union The Interest Rates are: jdjones on DSK8KYBLC1PROD with NOTICES Percent VerDate Mar<15>2010 15:51 Feb 14, 2011 [FR Doc. 2011–3299 Filed 2–14–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 8025–01–P SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION On Behalf of the Accessibility Committee of the Federal CIO Council (29 U.S.C. 794d); Listening Session on Improving the Accessibility of Government Information CIO Council, SSA. Notice of meeting. AGENCY: ACTION: This notice announces a listening session on improving the accessibility of government information. Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d) requires federal agencies to buy and use electronic and information technology (EIT) that is accessible. On July 19, 2010, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued to a memo to federal agencies on ‘‘Improving the Accessibility of Government Information’’ which directs them to take stronger steps toward improving the acquisition and implementation of accessible technology. In order to better understand the needs of diverse communities and provide better solutions, the U.S. Council of CIOs, in collaboration with the Chief Acquisition Officers Council, the GSA Office of Governmentwide Policy, and the U.S. Access Board, is holding the first in a series of listening sessions to encourage citizens and employees to express their concerns and propose ideas. Persons with disabilities, their advocates, and government employees are invited to participate. SUMMARY: SUMMARY: For Physical Damage: Non-Profit Organizations with Credit Available Elsewhere ....... Non-Profit Organizations without Credit Available Elsewhere ....... James E. Rivera, Associate Administrator for Disaster Assistance. Dated: February 7, 2011. Sean J. Greene, AA/Investment. 3.250 3.000 Jkt 223001 SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Surrender of License of Small Business Investment Company Pursuant to the authority granted to the United States Small Business Administration under the Small Business Investment Act of 1958, under Section 309 of the Act and Section 107.1900 of the Small Business Administration Rules and Regulations (13 CFR 107.1900) to function as a small business investment company under the Small Business Investment Company License No. 08/78–0157 issued to Wolf Ventures Fund III, L. P., and said license is hereby declared null and void as of August 4, 2010. United States Small Business Administration. Sean J. Greene, AA/Investment. [FR Doc. 2011–3297 Filed 2–14–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 8025–01–P Meeting Date: The listening session will be held on Thursday, March 17, 2011, from 1:50 p.m. to 5:20 p.m. Pacific Time (PT). Persons wishing to address the panel at the listening session can pre-register by contacting Emily Koo at (410) 965– 4472 or Innovate.Accessibility@ssa.gov. Pre-registrants will be given priority in addressing the panel in San Diego. Registration will also be available in person in San Diego on the afternoon of the listening session. ADDRESSES: Meeting Location: The listening session will be held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel, One Market Place, San Diego, California 92101 in the Randle E Meeting Room. Accommodations: The listening session will have sign language interpreters, CART (real time captioning) services, Assistive Listening DATES: SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Surrender of License of Small Business Investment Company Pursuant to the authority granted to the United States Small Business Administration under the Small Business Investment Act of 1958, under Section 309 of the Act and Section 107.1900 of the Small Business Administration Rules and Regulations (13 CFR 107.1900) to function as a small business investment company under the Small Business Investment Company License No. 09/79–0418 issued to Selby Venture Partners, L.P., and said license is hereby declared null and void. United States Small Business Administration. PO 00000 Frm 00096 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\15FEN1.SGM 15FEN1 jdjones on DSK8KYBLC1PROD with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 31 / Tuesday, February 15, 2011 / Notices Devices (ALDs), and microphones. Materials will be available in Braille, large print, and electronic formats. The Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel is wheelchair accessible. Anyone needing other accommodations should include a specific request when registering in advance. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Emily Koo at (410) 965–4472 or Innovate.Accessibility@ssa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to require Federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology (EIT) accessible to people with disabilities. Inaccessible technology interferes with the ability to obtain and use information quickly and easily. Section 508 of the Act was enacted to eliminate barriers in information technology, open new opportunities for people with disabilities, and encourage development of technologies that will help achieve these goals. The law applies to all Federal agencies when they develop, procure, maintain, or use electronic information technology. Under Section 508 (29 U.S.C. 794d), agencies must give disabled employees and members of the public access to information that is comparable to access available to others. Effective implementation of Section 508 is an essential element of President Obama’s principles of open government—requiring that all government and data be accessible to all citizens. In order for the goal of open government to be meaningful for persons with disabilities, technology must also be accessible, including digital content. In July 2010, OMB took steps to ensure that the Federal Government’s progress in implementing Section 508 is stronger and achieves results more quickly. Section 508 requires the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide technical assistance to agencies on Section 508 implementation. GSA has created a number of tools, available at http://www.Section508.gov, to help agencies to develop accessible requirements, test the acceptance process, and share lessons learned and best practices. For example: • The BuyAccessible Wizard (http:// www.buyaccessible.gov) helps build compliant requirements and solicitations; • The Quick Links site (https:// app.buyaccessible.gov/baw/ KwikLinksMain.jsp) provides prepackaged Section 508 solicitation documents; • The BuyAccessible Products and Services Directory (https:// VerDate Mar<15>2010 15:51 Feb 14, 2011 Jkt 223001 app.buyaccessible.gov/DataCenter/) provides a registry of companies and accessibility information about their offerings; and • The Section 508 blog (http:// buyaccessible.net/blog/) provides a venue where stakeholders may share ideas and success stories, or engage in conversations on improving accessibility. OMB has directed that several actions be taken to improve Section 508 performance: • By mid-January 2011, GSA’s Office of Governmentwide Policy (OGP) is required to provide updated guidance on making government EIT accessible. This guidance will build upon existing resources to address challenges, increase oversight, and reduce costs associated with acquiring and managing EIT solutions that are not accessible. • By mid-January 2011, GSA’s OGP is required to update its general Section 508 training to offer refreshed continuous learning modules that can be used by contracting officers, program/project managers (especially those managing IT programs), and contracting officer technical representatives (COTRs), as they fulfill their Federal Acquisition Certification requirements. • GSA’s OGP and the Department of Justice (DOJ) will issue a survey to allow agencies to assess their implementation of Section 508, including accessibility of websites and other technology used by the agencies. DOJ will use this information in preparing its next assessment of agency compliance as required by the Rehabilitation Act. The Accessibility Committee of the Federal CIO Council will also use this information to identify best practices and lessons learned. • In the spring of 2011, DOJ will issue a progress report on Federal agency compliance with Section 508, the first since 2004. Going forward, DOJ will meet its obligation to issue a report biennially. • Beginning in FY 2011, GSA’s OGP will begin providing a quarterly summary report to OMB containing results of Section 508 reviews of a sample of solicitations posted on FedBizOpps.gov. GSA will provide the agencies with a summary of the sampling results to facilitate sharing of best practices and successes, and to address common challenges. This listening session hosted by Accessibility Committee of the Federal CIO Council will focus on what other steps the federal government can take to increase the accessibility and usability of government information and data for PO 00000 Frm 00097 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 8803 persons with disabilities. Input is sought on the following questions: • What can technology do to improve things for people with disabilities? • What can the Federal Government do to use technology better or in new ways? • What can the Federal Government do to make technology more accessible? • What emerging technologies used by the Federal Government leave you out? • What technologies should the Federal Government use to enhance your interactions with it? • What are State and local governments doing to improve information technology accessibility that the Federal Government should follow? • What is academia doing to implement IT accessibility that the Federal government should follow? • What is private industry doing to implement IT accessibility that the Federal government should follow? • What can the Federal government do to influence technology accessibility? • What can the Federal government do to support the availability of effective Communities of Practice on IT accessibility? • From the perspective of Federal employees, how has Section 508 improved your ability to do your job? How can implementation of Section 508 be improved? • From the perspective of Federal employees, state employees and members of the public, do you want training on Section 508? What is the best way for you to learn about Section 508 and how it impacts your job or your access to government Web sites? • From the perspective of vendors, how can implementation of Section 508 be improved? • What could the Federal Government ask for that would allow vendors to better show that their products meet accessibility needs? • What improvements could be made to the methods and processes used to establish whether a product is accessible (i.e.,VPATs)? • Do you believe the IT industry would benefit from a professional certification or credential that denotes a company’s expertise in accessibility? How could that be implemented and managed, and should the government play a role in making that happen? Feedback from the listening session will be used by, and shared across, E:\FR\FM\15FEN1.SGM 15FEN1 8804 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 31 / Tuesday, February 15, 2011 / Notices agencies to improve accessibility and usability. Karen Palm, Associate Chief Information Officer. [FR Doc. 2011–3311 Filed 2–14–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE P DEPARTMENT OF STATE [Public Notice: 7336] 30-Day Notice of Proposed Information Collection: Form DS–3097, Exchange Visitor Program Annual Report, OMB Control Number 1405–0151 Notice of request for public comment and submission to OMB of proposed collection of information. ACTION: The Department of State has submitted the following information collection request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for approval in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. • Title of Information Collection: Exchange Visitor Program Annual Report. • OMB Control Number: 1405–0151. • Type of Request: Extension of a Currently Approved Collection. • Originating Office: Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of Designation, ECA/EC/D/PS. • Form Number: Form DS–3097. • Respondents: designated J–1 program sponsors. • Estimated Number of Respondents: 1460. • Estimated Number of Responses: 1460 annually. • Average Hours per Response: 2 hours. • Total Estimated Burden: 2920 hours. • Frequency: Annually. • Obligation to Respond: Required to Retain a Benefit. DATES: Submit comments to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for up to 30 days from February 15, 2011. ADDRESSES: Direct comments to the Department of State Desk Officer in the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). You may submit comments by the following methods: • E-mail: oira_submission@omb.eop.gov. You must include the DS form number, information collection title, and OMB control number in the subject line of your message. • Fax: 202–395–5806. Attention: Desk Officer for Department of State. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: You may obtain copies of the proposed jdjones on DSK8KYBLC1PROD with NOTICES SUMMARY: VerDate Mar<15>2010 17:06 Feb 14, 2011 Jkt 223001 information collection and supporting documents from Stanley S. Colvin, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Private Sector Exchange, Department of State, SA–5, Floor 5, 2200 C Street, NW., Washington, DC 20522–0505, who may be reached at (202) 632–2805, fax at 202–632–2701 or e-mail at JExchanges@state.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: We are soliciting public comments to permit the Department to: • Evaluate whether the proposed information collection is necessary to properly perform our functions. • Evaluate the accuracy of our estimate of the burden of the proposed collection, including the validity of the methodology and assumptions used. • Enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected. • Minimize the reporting burden on those who are to respond. Abstract of proposed collection: Annual reports from designated program sponsors assist the Department in oversight and administration of the J– 1 visa program. The reports provide statistical data on the number of exchange participants an organization sponsored per category. Program sponsors include government agencies, academic institutions, not-for-profit and for-profit organizations. Methodology: Annual reports are run through the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) and then printed and sent to the Department. The Department allows sponsors to submit annual reports by mail or fax at this time. There are measures being taken to allow sponsors to submit the reports electronically through SEVIS in the future. Dated: February 4, 2011. Stanley S. Colvin, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Private Sector Exchange, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. [FR Doc. 2011–3384 Filed 2–14–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4710–05–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Office of the Secretary [Docket No. DOT–OST–2011–0019] Agency Information Collection Activities: Revision and Approval of Information Collection; Comments Requested AGENCY: Office of the Secretary (OST), DOT. ACTION: PO 00000 Notice. Frm 00098 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 The Department of Transportation (DOT) invites public comments on a request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to approve the revision and amendment of a previously approved Information Collection Request (OMB Control # 2105–0563) in accordance with the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104–13, 44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.). The previous approval granted the Department of Transportation authority to collect information involving National Infrastructure Investments or ‘‘TIGER II’’ Discretionary Grants pursuant to Title I of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act for 2010 (the ‘‘FY 201 Appropriations Act’’). The Office of the Secretary of Transportation (‘‘OST’’) is referring to these grants as ‘‘TIGER II Discretionary Grants.’’ The original collection of information was necessary in order to receive applications for grant funds pursuant to the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2010 (‘‘FY 2010 Appropriations Act’’), Title I—Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary, National Infrastructure Investments, Public Law 111–117, 123 Stat. 3034. The purpose of the TIGER II Discretionary Grants program is to advance projects that will have a significant impact on the Nation, Metropolitan area or a region. This revision revises the original request to include an additional information collection. The additional information to be collected will be used to, and is necessary to, evaluate the effectiveness of projects that have been awarded grant funds and to monitor project financial conditions and project progress in support of the Supplemental Discretionary Grants for Capital Investments in Surface Transportation Infrastructure, referred to by the Department as ‘‘Grants for Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery’’, or ‘‘TIGER’’ Discretionary Grants program authorized and implemented pursuant to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (the ‘‘Recovery Act’’) (OMB Control Number: 2105–0560) and the grants for National Infrastructure Investments under the FY 2010 Appropriations Act or TIGER II’’ Discretionary Grants. The purposes of the TIGER and TIGER II Discretionary Grant programs include promoting economic recovery and supporting projects that have a significant impact on the Nation, a metropolitan area, or a region. 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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION


On Behalf of the Accessibility Committee of the Federal CIO 
Council (29 U.S.C. 794d); Listening Session on Improving the 
Accessibility of Government Information

AGENCY: CIO Council, SSA.

ACTION: Notice of meeting.

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SUMMARY: This notice announces a listening session on improving the 
accessibility of government information. Section 508 of the 
Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d) requires federal agencies to buy 
and use electronic and information technology (EIT) that is accessible. 
On July 19, 2010, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued to a 
memo to federal agencies on ``Improving the Accessibility of Government 
Information'' which directs them to take stronger steps toward 
improving the acquisition and implementation of accessible technology. 
In order to better understand the needs of diverse communities and 
provide better solutions, the U.S. Council of CIOs, in collaboration 
with the Chief Acquisition Officers Council, the GSA Office of 
Governmentwide Policy, and the U.S. Access Board, is holding the first 
in a series of listening sessions to encourage citizens and employees 
to express their concerns and propose ideas. Persons with disabilities, 
their advocates, and government employees are invited to participate.

DATES: Meeting Date: The listening session will be held on Thursday, 
March 17, 2011, from 1:50 p.m. to 5:20 p.m. Pacific Time (PT).
    Persons wishing to address the panel at the listening session can 
pre-register by contacting Emily Koo at (410) 965-4472 or 
Innovate.Accessibility@ssa.gov. Pre-registrants will be given priority 
in addressing the panel in San Diego. Registration will also be 
available in person in San Diego on the afternoon of the listening 
session.

ADDRESSES: Meeting Location: The listening session will be held at the 
Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel, One Market Place, San Diego, California 
92101 in the Randle E Meeting Room.
    Accommodations: The listening session will have sign language 
interpreters, CART (real time captioning) services, Assistive Listening

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Devices (ALDs), and microphones. Materials will be available in 
Braille, large print, and electronic formats. The Manchester Grand 
Hyatt Hotel is wheelchair accessible. Anyone needing other 
accommodations should include a specific request when registering in 
advance.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Emily Koo at (410) 965-4472 or 
Innovate.Accessibility@ssa.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation 
Act of 1973 to require Federal agencies to make their electronic and 
information technology (EIT) accessible to people with disabilities. 
Inaccessible technology interferes with the ability to obtain and use 
information quickly and easily. Section 508 of the Act was enacted to 
eliminate barriers in information technology, open new opportunities 
for people with disabilities, and encourage development of technologies 
that will help achieve these goals. The law applies to all Federal 
agencies when they develop, procure, maintain, or use electronic 
information technology. Under Section 508 (29 U.S.C. 794d), agencies 
must give disabled employees and members of the public access to 
information that is comparable to access available to others.
    Effective implementation of Section 508 is an essential element of 
President Obama's principles of open government--requiring that all 
government and data be accessible to all citizens. In order for the 
goal of open government to be meaningful for persons with disabilities, 
technology must also be accessible, including digital content. In July 
2010, OMB took steps to ensure that the Federal Government's progress 
in implementing Section 508 is stronger and achieves results more 
quickly.
    Section 508 requires the General Services Administration (GSA) to 
provide technical assistance to agencies on Section 508 implementation. 
GSA has created a number of tools, available at http://www.Section508.gov, to help agencies to develop accessible 
requirements, test the acceptance process, and share lessons learned 
and best practices. For example:
     The BuyAccessible Wizard (http://www.buyaccessible.gov) 
helps build compliant requirements and solicitations;
     The Quick Links site (https://app.buyaccessible.gov/baw/KwikLinksMain.jsp) provides pre-packaged Section 508 solicitation 
documents;
     The BuyAccessible Products and Services Directory (https://app.buyaccessible.gov/DataCenter/) provides a registry of companies 
and accessibility information about their offerings; and
     The Section 508 blog (http://buyaccessible.net/blog/) 
provides a venue where stakeholders may share ideas and success 
stories, or engage in conversations on improving accessibility.
    OMB has directed that several actions be taken to improve Section 
508 performance:
     By mid-January 2011, GSA's Office of Governmentwide Policy 
(OGP) is required to provide updated guidance on making government EIT 
accessible. This guidance will build upon existing resources to address 
challenges, increase oversight, and reduce costs associated with 
acquiring and managing EIT solutions that are not accessible.
     By mid-January 2011, GSA's OGP is required to update its 
general Section 508 training to offer refreshed continuous learning 
modules that can be used by contracting officers, program/project 
managers (especially those managing IT programs), and contracting 
officer technical representatives (COTRs), as they fulfill their 
Federal Acquisition Certification requirements.
     GSA's OGP and the Department of Justice (DOJ) will issue a 
survey to allow agencies to assess their implementation of Section 508, 
including accessibility of websites and other technology used by the 
agencies. DOJ will use this information in preparing its next 
assessment of agency compliance as required by the Rehabilitation Act. 
The Accessibility Committee of the Federal CIO Council will also use 
this information to identify best practices and lessons learned.
     In the spring of 2011, DOJ will issue a progress report on 
Federal agency compliance with Section 508, the first since 2004. Going 
forward, DOJ will meet its obligation to issue a report biennially.
     Beginning in FY 2011, GSA's OGP will begin providing a 
quarterly summary report to OMB containing results of Section 508 
reviews of a sample of solicitations posted on FedBizOpps.gov. GSA will 
provide the agencies with a summary of the sampling results to 
facilitate sharing of best practices and successes, and to address 
common challenges.
    This listening session hosted by Accessibility Committee of the 
Federal CIO Council will focus on what other steps the federal 
government can take to increase the accessibility and usability of 
government information and data for persons with disabilities. Input is 
sought on the following questions:
     What can technology do to improve things for people with 
disabilities?
     What can the Federal Government do to use technology 
better or in new ways?
     What can the Federal Government do to make technology more 
accessible?
     What emerging technologies used by the Federal Government 
leave you out?
     What technologies should the Federal Government use to 
enhance your interactions with it?
     What are State and local governments doing to improve 
information technology accessibility that the Federal Government should 
follow?
     What is academia doing to implement IT accessibility that 
the Federal government should follow?
     What is private industry doing to implement IT 
accessibility that the Federal government should follow?
     What can the Federal government do to influence technology 
accessibility?
     What can the Federal government do to support the 
availability of effective Communities of Practice on IT accessibility?
     From the perspective of Federal employees, how has Section 
508 improved your ability to do your job? How can implementation of 
Section 508 be improved?
     From the perspective of Federal employees, state employees 
and members of the public, do you want training on Section 508? What is 
the best way for you to learn about Section 508 and how it impacts your 
job or your access to government Web sites?
     From the perspective of vendors, how can implementation of 
Section 508 be improved?
     What could the Federal Government ask for that would allow 
vendors to better show that their products meet accessibility needs?
     What improvements could be made to the methods and 
processes used to establish whether a product is accessible 
(i.e.,VPATs)?
     Do you believe the IT industry would benefit from a 
professional certification or credential that denotes a company's 
expertise in accessibility? How could that be implemented and managed, 
and should the government play a role in making that happen?
    Feedback from the listening session will be used by, and shared 
across,

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agencies to improve accessibility and usability.

Karen Palm,
Associate Chief Information Officer.
[FR Doc. 2011-3311 Filed 2-14-11; 8:45 am]
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