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1 Q3 and 12G Reporting Roundtable for Candidates October 3, roundtable_materials/workshopmaterials.shtml

2 2012 FEC Information Division Objectives Learn about Reports Analysis Division (RAD) review process; how to respond to Requests for Additional InformationLearn about Reports Analysis Division (RAD) review process; how to respond to Requests for Additional Information Reporting RequirementsReporting Requirements Discuss disclosure scenarios and common reporting errorsDiscuss disclosure scenarios and common reporting errors

3 RAD Review Process

4 2012 FEC Information Division 3 Branches Authorized Branch – 15 analystsAuthorized Branch – 15 analysts Review all federal candidate committee reports Review all federal candidate committee reports 2 month training program and mentored for 6-12 months 2 month training program and mentored for 6-12 months Party Non-Party Branch – 20 analystsParty Non-Party Branch – 20 analysts Review all Party and PAC reports Review all Party and PAC reports 4-5 month training program and mentored for 6-12 months 4-5 month training program and mentored for 6-12 months Compliance Branch – 4 analystsCompliance Branch – 4 analysts Implement the Non-Filer and Administrative Fine programs Implement the Non-Filer and Administrative Fine programs Organization of RAD

5 2012 FEC Information Division Authorized Branch Analysts Each analyst is assigned committeesEach analyst is assigned committees House and Senate campaigns assigned by stateHouse and Senate campaigns assigned by state Presidential and Delegate committees are assigned to senior analystsPresidential and Delegate committees are assigned to senior analysts

6 2012 FEC Information Division Analyst Responsibilities Review assigned committees reports by established deadlinesReview assigned committees reports by established deadlines Assist committees by phone and log callsAssist committees by phone and log calls Meet with committees by requestMeet with committees by request Participate in FEC conferences and roundtablesParticipate in FEC conferences and roundtables Special projectsSpecial projects

7 2012 FEC Information Division RAD Review and Referral Policy RAD reviews according to a policy with confidential thresholds that is approved by the Commission.RAD reviews according to a policy with confidential thresholds that is approved by the Commission. The Commission reassesses the policy every election cycle with input from RAD and other offices (i.e., OGC).The Commission reassesses the policy every election cycle with input from RAD and other offices (i.e., OGC).

8 2012 FEC Information Division RAD Review and Referral Policy Categories of review include:Categories of review include: Prohibited, Excessive and Impermissible Contributions Prohibited, Excessive and Impermissible Contributions Mathematical Discrepancies Mathematical Discrepancies Failure to Provide Supporting Schedules Failure to Provide Supporting Schedules Improper Itemization of Individual Contributions Improper Itemization of Individual Contributions Improper Itemization of Disbursements Improper Itemization of Disbursements RFAI thresholdRFAI threshold

9 2012 FEC Information Division Review of Reports Thresholds are applied on a per report basis. Exception: increased and decreased activity on amended reports.Thresholds are applied on a per report basis. Exception: increased and decreased activity on amended reports. If reoccurring reporting issues exist on multiple reports, a committee may receive multiple RFAIs identifying the same issue.If reoccurring reporting issues exist on multiple reports, a committee may receive multiple RFAIs identifying the same issue. RAD does not consider previous responses to RFAIs.RAD does not consider previous responses to RFAIs. Exception: Responses relating to best efforts procedures apply for the two year election cycleException: Responses relating to best efforts procedures apply for the two year election cycle Its possible to see an issue questioned on one report, but not on another.Its possible to see an issue questioned on one report, but not on another.

10 2012 FEC Information Division Request for Additional Info If internal thresholds are met, analyst sends RFAI with response due date in upper right corner.If internal thresholds are met, analyst sends RFAI with response due date in upper right corner. No extensions granted.No extensions granted. Responses are assessed by analysts.Responses are assessed by analysts. Analysts do not reply to committee responses.Analysts do not reply to committee responses.

11 2012 FEC Information Division Request for Additional Info Response Due Date

12 2012 FEC Information Division Request for Additional Info Analysts Phone Number Analysts Name

13 2012 FEC Information Division RFAIs via RAD is now ing RFAIs.RAD is now ing RFAIs. Opt-Out Option: File a Form 99 to request that RFAIs be mailed via USPS.Opt-Out Option: File a Form 99 to request that RFAIs be mailed via USPS. Committees can now disclose up to two addresses on Form 1.Committees can now disclose up to two addresses on Form 1.

14 2012 FEC Information Division Responding to RFAIs Committee should contact its analyst before and/or after filing a response.Committee should contact its analyst before and/or after filing a response. Analysts do not make legal conclusions.Analysts do not make legal conclusions. Analysts do not contact committees in every case when a response is not sufficient.Analysts do not contact committees in every case when a response is not sufficient.

15 2012 FEC Information Division How to Respond to RFAIs File an amendment to add, change or delete actual entries on FEC report.File an amendment to add, change or delete actual entries on FEC report. Use miscellaneous text submission (Form 99) for narrative responses that do not affect actual entries within a report (e.g., demonstrating best efforts).Use miscellaneous text submission (Form 99) for narrative responses that do not affect actual entries within a report (e.g., demonstrating best efforts).

16 2012 FEC Information Division OGC & ADRO Referrals Policy includes thresholds for further Commission action.Policy includes thresholds for further Commission action. Adequate and timely responses may be considered.Adequate and timely responses may be considered. RAD calls committee before referring to OGC or ADRO to explain RFAI and request response.RAD calls committee before referring to OGC or ADRO to explain RFAI and request response.

17 2012 FEC Information Division Audit Consideration Factors Level of financial activityLevel of financial activity Responses to RFAIsResponses to RFAIs Late or no response Late or no response Inadequate response Inadequate response Election results (Authorized Committees only)Election results (Authorized Committees only) Number of amendments filed is NOT a factor.Number of amendments filed is NOT a factor. Number of RFAIs received is NOT a factor if responses were adequate and timely.Number of RFAIs received is NOT a factor if responses were adequate and timely.

18 2012 FEC Information Division Objectives Learn about Reports Analysis Division (RAD) review process; how to respond to Requests for Additional Information Reporting Requirements Discuss disclosure scenarios and common reporting errors

19 2012 FEC Information Division Timely Filing

20 2012 FEC Information Division 2012 Reporting Schedule ReportsCoverage DatesDue Date April Quarterly1/1/2012 – 3/31/20124/15/2012 July Quarterly4/1/2012 – 6/30/20127/15/2012 October Quarterly7/1/2012 – 9/30/201210/15/2012 Pre-General10/1/ /17/201210/25/2012 Post-GeneralCovers from 1 st day of period to 11/26 (10/18-11/26) 12/6/2012 Year End (General Election candidates) 11/27/2012 – 12/31/20121/31/2013 Year End (non- General Election candidates) 10/1/2012 – 12/31/20121/31/2013 Quarterly Reports For more info, visit

21 2012 FEC Information Division Are You Required to File Electronically?

22 2012 FEC Information Division Electronic Filing

23 2012 FEC Information Division Sample Password Letter This document serves as an official password request for the purpose of filing electronic reports for [ENTER YOUR COMMITTEE NAME]. The FEC-assigned, 9- digit Committee ID for this Committee is [ENTER YOUR COMMITTEE ID (e.g., C )]. You may contact me at [ENTER YOUR VOICE PHONE HERE]. I represent that I am the duly appointed treasurer and have authority as such to sign FEC reports for the above committee. Sincerely, ___________________________________ [PRINT TREASURERS NAME] [TREASURERS SIGNATURE] For more info, visit

24 2012 FEC Information Division Filing on Paper No ExtensionsNo Extensions Filing dates are not extended for weekends or holidays.Filing dates are not extended for weekends or holidays. Filings must be received on the business day preceding filing date.Filings must be received on the business day preceding filing date. Registered vs. Overnight MailRegistered vs. Overnight Mail If filing using USPS registered mail, keep receipt.If filing using USPS registered mail, keep receipt. Overnight Mail means express or priority mail with delivery confirmation or overnight service with online tracking system. Same terms as certified/registered mail. (Keep receipt/tracking number.)Overnight Mail means express or priority mail with delivery confirmation or overnight service with online tracking system. Same terms as certified/registered mail. (Keep receipt/tracking number.)

25 2012 FEC Information Division Administrative Fine Program Civil money penalties for filing late, or not filing at all.Civil money penalties for filing late, or not filing at all. Size of fine depends on various factors (including level of financial activity and prior Administrative Fines assessed).Size of fine depends on various factors (including level of financial activity and prior Administrative Fines assessed). Penalty calculator on FEC website at calculator on FEC website at

26 2012 FEC Information Division Best Efforts to File on Time Best efforts* may be used as a defense for late filing if: Committee was prevented from filing report on time by reasonably unforeseen circumstances beyond committees control andCommittee was prevented from filing report on time by reasonably unforeseen circumstances beyond committees control and Filed the report no later than 24 hours after the end of those circumstancesFiled the report no later than 24 hours after the end of those circumstances *Not the same as best efforts for obtaining contributor information

27 2012 FEC Information Division Committee may use best efforts defense if late filing is due to: Failure of FEC computers/Commission-provided software, despite committee seeking technical assistance from FEC personnel and resources Failure of FEC computers/Commission-provided software, despite committee seeking technical assistance from FEC personnel and resources Widespread disruption of information transmissions over internet Widespread disruption of information transmissions over internet Severe weather or other disaster-related event Severe weather or other disaster-related event Best Efforts to File on Time

28 2012 FEC Information Division Committee may not use best efforts defense if late filing is due to: Negligence;Negligence; Illness, inexperience or unavailability of treasurer or committee staff;Illness, inexperience or unavailability of treasurer or committee staff; Committee computer, software or ISP failures;Committee computer, software or ISP failures; Delays caused by committee vendors/contractors;Delays caused by committee vendors/contractors; Failure to know; orFailure to know; or Failure to use filing software properly.Failure to use filing software properly. Best Efforts to File on Time

29 2012 FEC Information Division Objectives Learn about Reports Analysis Division (RAD) review process; how to respond to Requests for Additional InformationLearn about Reports Analysis Division (RAD) review process; how to respond to Requests for Additional Information Reporting RequirementsReporting Requirements Discuss disclosure scenarios and common reporting errorsDiscuss disclosure scenarios and common reporting errors

30 Reporting Financial Activity

31 2012 FEC Information Division FEC Form 3 Used by House and Senate filersUsed by House and Senate filers Cover Page – shows report type/coverage datesCover Page – shows report type/coverage dates Summary Page – overview of receipts and disbursementsSummary Page – overview of receipts and disbursements Detailed Summary Pages – overview of receipts and disbursements by categoryDetailed Summary Pages – overview of receipts and disbursements by category Schedules – show detailed info by line numberSchedules – show detailed info by line number

32 2012 FEC Information Division Detailed Summary Page Receipts

33 2012 FEC Information Division Reporting Receipts Itemize regardless of amount: Contributions from party committees and organizations Contributions from party committees and organizations Contributions from other political committees Contributions from other political committees Transfers Transfers Loans Loans All other receipts: Itemize once they exceed $200 when aggregated with other receipts from that same source during an election cycleItemize once they exceed $200 when aggregated with other receipts from that same source during an election cycle

34 2012 FEC Information Division Detailed Summary Page: Disbursements

35 2012 FEC Information Division Reporting Disbursements Itemize regardless of amount: Transfers to affiliated committees Transfers to affiliated committees Loan repayments Loan repayments Loans made Loans made Contributions made to other federal candidates Contributions made to other federal candidates Refunds to other political committees Refunds to other political committees All other disbursements: Itemize once they exceed $200 in aggregate during an election cycleItemize once they exceed $200 in aggregate during an election cycle

36 2012 FEC Information Division Rule of thumb: Could reader discern why a payment was made simply by reading the description provided?Rule of thumb: Could reader discern why a payment was made simply by reading the description provided? Non-exhaustive lists available on RADs FAQs page on FEC.gov at:Non-exhaustive lists available on RADs FAQs page on FEC.gov at: Purpose of Disbursement

37 2012 FEC Information Division Purpose of Disbursement Entry must be sufficiently specific, when considered with the identity of the recipient, to provide a clear reason for the payment. ABC Group 123 Money Lane City, ST FEC Compliance Consulting ,000.00

38 Common Reporting Errors

39 2012 FEC Information Division Avoid Common Mistakes Check for math errors.Check for math errors. Include all appropriate schedules, w/ all information.Include all appropriate schedules, w/ all information. Provide all information required by schedule.Provide all information required by schedule. Consult form instructions available on our website.Consult form instructions available on our website. Designate contributions.Designate contributions. Only enter contributors into reporting software once to avoid aggregation problems.Only enter contributors into reporting software once to avoid aggregation problems. Ensure correct committee name disclosed for contributions made/received.Ensure correct committee name disclosed for contributions made/received.

40 2012 FEC Information Division Respond completely to RFAIs by deadline specified. Respond completely to RFAIs by deadline specified. Contact your analyst to clarify questions and issues! Please contact analyst if you are not sure what is wrong. The analyst can assist prior to the report being amended. Contact your analyst to clarify questions and issues! Please contact analyst if you are not sure what is wrong. The analyst can assist prior to the report being amended. Consult most recent copies of inadequate/adequate purpose lists and use rule of thumb. Consult most recent copies of inadequate/adequate purpose lists and use rule of thumb. Best Practices: Reporting Best Practices: Reporting

41 2012 FEC Information Division Ensure current contact information (mailing address, address, and phone number) appear on Statement of Organization (FEC Form 1).Ensure current contact information (mailing address, address, and phone number) appear on Statement of Organization (FEC Form 1). Up to 2 addresses may be provided.Up to 2 addresses may be provided. Contact Information

42 2012 FEC Information Division Statement of Organization Provide a current mailing address required

43 2012 FEC Information Division Amendments Amendments File within 10 days after change in informationFile within 10 days after change in information E-filers submit a complete Form 1E-filers submit a complete Form 1 Paper filers only complete portions requiring changesPaper filers only complete portions requiring changes Statement of Organization X X

44 2012 FEC Information Division RAD FAQs Web Page Click here

45 2012 FEC Information Division RAD FAQs Web Page

46 2012 FEC Information Division Reporting Scenarios

47 2012 FEC Information Division 48-Hour Notices Scenario #1

48 2012 FEC Information Division 48-Hour Notices 48-Hour Notices are required when a contribution of $1,000 or more is received between 20 days and 2 days before an election. 48-Hour Notices are filed on the FEC Form 6.48-Hour Notices are filed on the FEC Form 6. Each Form 6 must be filed within 48 hours of receiving a contribution of $1,000 or more.Each Form 6 must be filed within 48 hours of receiving a contribution of $1,000 or more. Loans and in-kind contributions are included.Loans and in-kind contributions are included.

49 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #1 General Election: November 6, 2012General Election: November 6, Hour Notice Period: October 18 th – November 3 rd48-Hour Notice Period: October 18 th – November 3 rd Which contributions require a 48-Hour Notice?Which contributions require a 48-Hour Notice? $1,000 check received October 20, 2012$1,000 check received October 20, 2012 Computer worth $1,400 received October 22, 2012Computer worth $1,400 received October 22, 2012 $5,000 check received November 5, 2012$5,000 check received November 5, 2012

50 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #1: FEC Form 6 Arthur Fonzarelli for Congress Committee Any town CA12345 Arthur Fonzarelli House CA 72 C X Tone Patti 602 Main Street Any Town CA Self Employed Transaction ID: F /20/2012 1, /21/2012 Arthur Fonzarelli Physician One Main Street 48 Hour Notices must be submitted within 48 hours of receiving contributions of $1,000 or more (including loans and in-kind contributions).

51 2012 FEC Information Division 48 Hour Notices Methods for Filing Form 6: Electronically through FECFile and other filing software.Electronically through FECFile and other filing software. Electronically through the FEC websites online webform.*Electronically through the FEC websites online webform.* For Senate committees, by mail or fax to the Secretary of the Senate.For Senate committees, by mail or fax to the Secretary of the Senate. * FEC.gov / Electronic Filing / Online Filing / Online Webforms / Form 6

52 2012 FEC Information Division Joint Fundraising Transfer In Scenario #2

53 2012 FEC Information Division Joint Fundraising Election-related fundraising held jointly by campaign + one or more other committeesElection-related fundraising held jointly by campaign + one or more other committees Joint Fundraising Representative (JFR)Joint Fundraising Representative (JFR) Collects/deposits joint fundraising contributionsCollects/deposits joint fundraising contributions Pays expenses and transfers proceeds to participantsPays expenses and transfers proceeds to participants Participants amend Form 1 to designate JFR as an authorized committeeParticipants amend Form 1 to designate JFR as an authorized committee Written AgreementWritten Agreement Outlines allocation formula for proceeds and expenses among all participantsOutlines allocation formula for proceeds and expenses among all participants

54 2012 FEC Information Division Statement of Organization List Joint Fundraising Representative Committee that collects receipts, pays bills and distributes proceeds for joint fundraising effort

55 2012 FEC Information Division Joint Fundraising Representative can be a participating committee or new committee X X Catatonic State Party Committee Local Yokel Party Committee Statement of Organization

56 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #2 Representative Cosmo Kramer and Senator George Costanza form Kramer/Costanza Victory FundRepresentative Cosmo Kramer and Senator George Costanza form Kramer/Costanza Victory Fund Split proceeds 50%Split proceeds 50% Event raises $5,000Event raises $5,000 $2,500 from two individuals$2,500 from two individuals Event expenses were $1,000Event expenses were $1,000 Each committee receives $2,000 from JFEach committee receives $2,000 from JF

57 2012 FEC Information Division Joint Fundraising: Transfer In Kramer/Costanza Victory Fund 48 West 77 th Street 2, , New York NY X X X 2, Lloyd Braun 340 Amsterdam Avenue New York NY NYC Mayors Office Chief of Staff 1, David Puddy 375 West End Avenue New York NY West End Auto BodyMechanic 1, X Cosmo Kramer for Congress Committee MEMO Joint Fundraising Committee Kramer/Costanza Victory Fund - Joint Fundraiser MEMO Kramer/Costanza Victory Fund - Joint Fundraiser

58 2012 FEC Information Division Reattributions & Redesignations Scenario #3

59 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #3 Reattribute: To change the individual whose contribution limits will be affected.To change the individual whose contribution limits will be affected. Has to be done within 60 days of receipt.Has to be done within 60 days of receipt. Use presumptive reattribution for contributions made using a check with more than one name but one signature to reatribute the excessive portion from the signatory to the other account holder.Use presumptive reattribution for contributions made using a check with more than one name but one signature to reatribute the excessive portion from the signatory to the other account holder.

60 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #3 Redesignate: To change the election toward which a contribution will be counted.To change the election toward which a contribution will be counted. Has to be done within 60 days of receipt.Has to be done within 60 days of receipt. Use presumptive redesignation for undesignated contributions made before the primary to redesignate the excessive portion to the general election.Use presumptive redesignation for undesignated contributions made before the primary to redesignate the excessive portion to the general election.

61 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #3A Shirley Feeney and Carmine Ragusa 112 Dock Street Anytown, USA August 15, 2012 Shirley Feeney 5,000.00

62 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #3A: Reattributions Laverne De Fazio for Congress Carmine Ragusa - 2, , MEMO - Reattribution Shirely Feeney 5, X X X Dock Street Anytown US Dock Street Anytown US X 2, ReattributedSee below Anytown SymphonyMusician Anytown Symphony Dance Company Inc.Dancer MEMO-Reattribution below 5, Shirley Feeney

63 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #3B Lucy Ball 914 Upper Crest Lane Anytown, USA Laverne De Fazio for Congress Two Thousand, nine-hundred and xx/ , September 1, 2012 Lucy Ball

64 2012 FEC Information Division AccountantFriedman &Jones Scenario #3B: Redesignations Lucy Ball Upper Crest Lane Anytown US , X Lucy Ball 914 Upper Crest Lane Anytown US X X 2, Friedman & Jones Accountant See redesignation below MEMO See redesignation below Redesignation MEMO 2012 Primary Debt Lucy Ball 914 Upper Crest Lane Anytown US , AccountantFriedman & Jones X MEMO Redesignation 2012 Primary Debt

65 2012 FEC Information Division Earmarked Contributions Scenario #4

66 2012 FEC Information Division Earmarked Contributions Contributions to a candidate directed by the contributor through an intermediary, or conduit Contribution must be forwarded to campaign within 10 days of conduits receipt.Contribution must be forwarded to campaign within 10 days of conduits receipt. Conduit must provide campaign with contributor information for FEC report.Conduit must provide campaign with contributor information for FEC report.

67 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #4 AAA PAC Plaza America Drive, #300 Anytown, US Dear Ms. De Fazio: On April 13, a Gold Star Member gave me $1,000 and asked that it be contributed to your campaign committee. This contribution was not solicited by our PAC. We are merely passing it along in the form of the enclosed PAC check. The total amount, $1,000 should be attributed to Natalie Schafer – she is an Audiologist and resides at 5739 Main Street, Anytown, US Wishing you continued success in the general election season. Andrew Squigman Treasurer, AAA PAC

68 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #4: Earmarked Contribution Laverne De Fazio for Congress Natalie Schafer 5739 Main Street Anytown US X X , American Academy of Audiologists PAC (AAA PAC) Plaza America Drive, Suite 300 Anytown US X 1, Audiologist Self 1, Both entries relate to a single receipt. MEMO Earmarked through AAA PAC Total earmarked through conduit - PAC limit not affected

69 2012 FEC Information Division Candidate Loans from Personal Funds Scenario #5

70 2012 FEC Information Division Candidate Loans from Personal Funds Acceptable sourcesAcceptable sources AssetsAssets IncomeIncome Interest/DividendsInterest/Dividends BequestsBequests Unlimited amountUnlimited amount Repayment and forgiveness optionsRepayment and forgiveness options

71 2012 FEC Information Division Candidate Loans from Personal Funds On which schedules should Loans be reported?On which schedules should Loans be reported? Schedule A: Receipt of a loan.Schedule A: Receipt of a loan. Schedule B: Loan repayments.Schedule B: Loan repayments. Schedule C: Continuously reporting loans until they are fully paid or forgiven.Schedule C: Continuously reporting loans until they are fully paid or forgiven.

72 2012 FEC Information Division Scenario #5: Candidate Loan from Personal Funds Arthur Fonzarelli for Congress Arthur Fonzarelli– [Personal Funds] 709 Main Street Anytown US SelfAttorney x 60, , x Receipt - Schedule A, Line 13(a) 2012

73 2012 FEC Information Division Arthur Fonzarelli for Congress Arthur Fonzarelli– [Personal Funds] 50, , x x Loan Reporting – Schedule C, Line 13(a) 709 Main Street Anytown US Scenario #5: Candidate Loan from Personal Funds

74 2012 FEC Information Division Arthur Fonzarelli for Congress Arthur Fonzarelli– [Personal Funds] 709 Main Street Anytown US , x Loan Repayment – Schedule B, Line 19(a) x Candidate Loan Payment Scenario #5: Candidate Loan from Personal Funds 2012

75 2012 FEC Information Division Arthur Fonzarelli for Congress Arthur Fonzarelli– [Personal Funds] 50, , , x x Loan Repayment – Schedule C, Line 13(a) 709 Main Street Anytown US Scenario #5: Candidate Loan from Personal Funds

76 2012 FEC Information Division Candidate Loan Forgiveness Written, signed letter from candidateWritten, signed letter from candidate Schedules B and C do not show paymentsSchedules B and C do not show payments Make sure loan ending balance is correctMake sure loan ending balance is correct

77 2012 FEC Information Division Arthur Fonzarelli for Congress Arthur Fonzarelli– [Personal Funds] 50, , x x Loan Forgiveness – Schedule C, Line 13(a) 709 Main Street Anytown US Scenario #5: Candidate Loan from Personal Funds

78 2012 FEC Information Division Candidate Loans >$250K Special rules for personal funds loans aggregating >$250,000 for an election: The committee may use contributions made on/before election date to repay entire loan(s) amount: must do so within 20 days of the election.The committee may use contributions made on/before election date to repay entire loan(s) amount: must do so within 20 days of the election. The committee may use contributions made after the election date to repay only up to $250,000; the rest must be converted to a contribution from the candidate by the 21 st day after the election.The committee may use contributions made after the election date to repay only up to $250,000; the rest must be converted to a contribution from the candidate by the 21 st day after the election.

79 2012 FEC Information Division Roundtable Evaluation Help Us Help You! Please complete an evaluation of this roundtable.


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