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1 Project Review Committee Refresher/Orientation Presentation July 28, 2011 PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

2 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

3 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

4 Alternative Public Works Delivery Rationale Primarily: 1)Increase Flexibility In Procurement 2)Improve Project Delivery/Process Expediency 3)Retain Public Confidence In Contracting Secondarily: 1)Achieve Greater Predictability In Project(s) 2)Outcome (Cost, Quality, Schedule) 3)Reduce Litigious Outgrowth From Projects PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

5 RCW Enabling Legislation- History HSB enabled 2 pilot Department Of Corrections (DOC) projects under a DOC/General Administration (GA) Project “TEAM” utilizing GC/CM methodology Codified RCW [the “1994 Act”] 1)Added Design/Build as alternative project delivery method 2)Increased Public Agency eligibility list Added/modified certain provisions and sunset of Job Order Contracting added Current statute with sunset of Added ECCM/MCCM provisions PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

6 RCW Alternative Public Works Oversight (Stepped progressively with legislative actions) Alternative Public Works Methods Oversight Committee (APWMOC): primarily user agencies with industry hearing/input activity and legislative staff work APWMOC terminated Capital Projects Advisory Review Board (CPARB) established and work on continues Project Review Committee [PRC] established to review agency project and certification applications PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

7 CPARB Overview MISSION: Determine feasible and effective uses of alternative contracting procedures Qualification standards for contractors bidding on alternative public works (APW) Evaluate expansion, continuation, elimination or modification of APW contracting methods. Evaluate potential use of other alternative contracting methods PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

8 CPARB Overview MEMBERSHIP: Public Owners Architects and Engineers Contractors Subcontractors Labor MWBE Surety Legislative member representation PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

9 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

10 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

11 CPARB Duties RCW Policy recommendations to legislature –Enhance quality, efficiency, accountability –Expansion, continuation, elimination, modification of alternative Public Works methods Appoint members of the PRC Develop and administer data collection PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

12 PRC Duties RCW Certify or recertify public bodies to use D-B, GC/CM or both For non-certified public bodies, review and approve use of D-B or GC/CM on projects PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

13 Certification of Public Bodies RCW PRC shall determine that the public body: –Has the necessary experience and qualifications to determine which projects are appropriate for alternative contracting procedures; and –Has the necessary experience and qualifications to carry out the alternative contracting procedure; and –Has resolved audit findings PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

14 Project Approval Process RCW PRC shall determine that: –Alternative procedure will provide a substantial fiscal benefit or D-B-B is not practical for quality or schedule needs; and –Project meets requirements for using alternative contracting procedure per (D-B) or (GC/CM); and –Public body has the necessary experience or qualified team to carry out the procedure; and –Public body has resolved audit findings PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

15 What PRC Members Need to Know A knowledgeable review by the PRC in accordance with RCW is of critical importance to public bodies What constitutes an experienced public body or a qualified project team –Especially knowledge of RCW processes Criteria for determining if a project qualifies –RCW for Design-Build –RCW for GC/CM PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

16 Panel Members Responsibilities The panel member shall Individually read the applicant’s Application for Project Approval Develop any clarifying questions and submit them to the panel chair, within the time frame noted in the from Robyn Hofstad Participate on the panel During the Q&A session ask succinct questions, do not pontificate During the panel deliberations do not ask any more questions of the applicant and direct your discussion to your fellow panelists Complete the Application Evaluation Sheet PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

17 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

18 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

19 Certifying Agencies for GC/CM RCW Project review committee — Certification of public bodies. (1)A public body may apply for certification to use the design-build or general contractor/construction manager contracting procedure, or both. Once certified, a public body may use the contracting procedure for which it is certified on individual projects with a total project cost over ten million dollars without seeking committee approval. The certification period is three years. (2)A public body seeking certification for the general contractor/construction manager procedure must demonstrate successful management of at least one general contractor/construction manager project within the previous five years. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

20 (3) To certify a public body, the committee shall determine that the public body: (a) Has the necessary experience and qualifications to determine which projects are appropriate for using alternative contracting procedures; (b) Has the necessary experience and qualifications to carry out the alternative contracting procedure including, but not limited to: (i)Project delivery knowledge and experience; (ii)personnel with appropriate construction experience; (iii)a management plan and rationale for its alternative public works projects; (iv)demonstrated success in managing public works projects; (v)the ability to properly manage its capital facilities plan including, but not limited to, appropriate project planning and budgeting experience; and (vi)the ability to meet requirements of this chapter; and (c) Has resolved any audit findings on previous public works projects in a manner satisfactory to the committee. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

21 GC/CM Certifications To date Washington State University (7/26/07) City of Seattle (1/23/08) University of Washington (7/26/07) City of Tacoma (2/26/2009) PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

22 Re-certification Why Recertify? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

23 Re-certification Requirements Application must be received at least 3 months prior to expiration of the initial certification Must be reviewed by the PRC prior to expiration of the initial certification The Agency must submit updated information on its capital plan for the next 3 years The Agency must state its intended use of the procedures Submital of other information requested by the PRC PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

24 Re-certifications to date University of Washington (7/22/10) General Administration (9/23/10) City of Seattle (expires 9/23/10) Washington State University (9/23/10) PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

25 Quiz When is the City of Tacoma recertification application due? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

26 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

27 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

28 Certifying Agencies for Design Build RCW Project review committee — Certification of public bodies. (1)A public body may apply for certification to use the design-build or general contractor/construction manager contracting procedure, or both. Once certified, a public body may use the contracting procedure for which it is certified on individual projects with a total project cost over ten million dollars without seeking committee approval. The certification period is three years. (2)A public body seeking certification for the design-build procedure must demonstrate successful management of at least one design-build project within the previous five years. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

29 (3) To certify a public body, the committee shall determine that the public body: (a) Has the necessary experience and qualifications to determine which projects are appropriate for using alternative contracting procedures; (b) Has the necessary experience and qualifications to carry out the alternative contracting procedure including, but not limited to: (i)Project delivery knowledge and experience; (ii)personnel with appropriate construction experience; (iii)a management plan and rationale for its alternative public works projects; (iv)demonstrated success in managing public works projects; (v)the ability to properly manage its capital facilities plan including, but not limited to, appropriate project planning and budgeting experience; and (vi)the ability to meet requirements of this chapter; and (c) Has resolved any audit findings on previous public works projects in a manner satisfactory to the committee. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

30 4) The committee shall, if practicable, make its determination at the public meeting during which an application for certification is reviewed. Public comments must be considered before a determination is made. (5) The committee may revoke any public body's certification upon a finding, after a public hearing, that its use of design-build or general contractor/construction manager contracting procedures no longer serves the public interest. (6) The committee may renew the certification of a public body for one additional three-year period. (7) Certified public bodies must submit project data information as required in RCW and PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

31 Scorecard with Criteria PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

32 RCW Certification Requirements (1) A public body seeking certification must submit to the committee an application in a format and manner as prescribed by the committee. The application must include: a)a description of the public body's qualifications, b)its capital plan during the certification period, and c) its intended use of alternative contracting procedures. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

33 Application Format 1. Identification of Applicant 2. Experience and Qualifications for Determining Whether Projects Are Appropriate for DB under Alternative Contracting Procedure (RCW (2)(a). 3. Project Delivery Knowledge and Experience (RCW (2)(b)(i). 4. Personnel with Construction Experience Using Various Contracting Procedures (RCW (2)(b)(ii). 5. Management Plan and Rationale for Alternative Contracting Projects (RCW (2)(b)(iii). 6. Demonstrated Success in Managing Public Works Projects Involving All Types of Contracting Procedures (RCW (2)(b). PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

34 7. Demonstrated Success in Managing at Least One Project Using DB Contracting Procedure Within the Last Five Years (RCW (2)(b). 8. Ability To Properly Manage the Public Body’s Capital Facilities Plan (RCW (2)(b)(vi). 9. Ability to Meet the Requirements of Chapter of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW (2)(b)(vii). 10. Resolution of Audit Findings on Previous Public Works Projects (RCW (2)(c). PLEASE REVIEW PAST SUBMITTALS AT: PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

35 Re-Certification for DB Application is similar Applicant to discuss changes in process since original application Applicant to list status of planned, current and completed DB projects Applicant to provide narrative critique on each DB project the past six years Update qualified personnel List any audit finding for ALL projects agency has undertaken Provide matrix of projects submitted to data collection PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

36 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

37 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

38 GC/CM Project Application Evaluation Sheet PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

39 Evaluation Sheet Criteria To Approve a GC/CM Project the PRC must determine that: Based upon RCW (2)(a) A. The GC/CM procedure will provide a substantial fiscal benefit or the use of the traditional method of awarding contracts in lump sum to the low responsive bidder is not practical for meeting desired quality standards or delivery schedules PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

40 Evaluation Sheet Criteria B. Project meets qualifying criteria under (GC/CM) The project must meet one of the following conditions: Implementation involves complex scheduling, phasing, or coordination; It involves construction at an occupied facility that must continue to operate during construction; The involvement of the general contractor/construction manager during the design stage is critical to the success of the project; The project encompasses a complex or technical work environment; The project requires specialized work on a building that has historic significance PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

41 Based upon RCW (2)(c) C. Public body has necessary experience or qualified team, including but not limited to: Project delivery knowledge and experience Sufficient contract administration personnel with construction experience Written management plan with clear & logical lines of authority Necessary & appropriate funding and time to carry out the project Continuity of project management team with project type & scope experience Necessary and appropriate construction budget Evaluation Sheet Criteria PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

42 Evaluation Sheet Criteria Based upon (2)(e) E. The public body has resolved any audit findings related to previous public works projects in a manner satisfactory to the committee. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

43 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

44 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

45 D/B Project Application Evaluation Sheet PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

46 Evaluation Sheet Criteria To Approve a D/B Project the PRC must determine that: Based upon RCW (2)(a) A. The D/B procedure will provide a substantial fiscal benefit or the use of the traditional method of awarding contracts in lump sum to the low responsive bidder is not practical for meeting desired quality standards or delivery schedules PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

47 Evaluation Sheet Criteria B. Project meets qualifying criteria under (D/B) 1.The total project cost is over $10 million dollars (with exceptions) (a) The design and construction activities, technologies, or schedule to be used are highly specialized and a design-build approach is critical in developing the construction methodology or implementing the proposed technology; or (b) The project design is repetitive in nature and is an incidental part of the installation or construction; or (c) Regular interaction with and feedback from facilities users and operators during design is not critical to an effective facility design. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

48 Based upon RCW (2)(c) C. Public body has necessary experience or qualified team, including but not limited to: Project delivery knowledge and experience Sufficient contract administration personnel with construction experience Written management plan with clear & logical lines of authority Necessary & appropriate funding and time to carry out the project Continuity of project management team with project type & scope experience Necessary and appropriate construction budget Evaluation Sheet Criteria PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

49 D.Construction personnel independent of the design-build team are knowledgeable in the design-build process and are able to oversee and administer the contract; and E.The public body has resolved any audit findings relative to pervious public projects Evaluation Sheet Criteria PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

50 1.Subject to approval by the PRC the design-build procedure for parking garages may be used regardless of cost. 2.Except for utility projects and approved demonstration projects, the design-build procedure may not be used to procure operations and maintenance services for a period longer than three years. However, a public body may seek PRC approval for a demonstration project (2 allowed) that includes procurement of operations and maintenance services for a period longer than three years. Special requirements for hearing this type of application do apply. 3.Subject to approval by the PRC the design-build procedure may be used for projects where the total cost is between $2 million and $10 million dollars. Approval required whether agency is certified or not and only 10 projects allowed within this parameter. 4.Not subject to PRC approval: Erection of Pre-engineered metal buildings Prefabricated modular buildings Projects over $10 million dollars that are being procured by a Certified Agency. Exceptions to the D/B Approval Process PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

51 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

52 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

53 Appeal Process Per RCW Final determination by the committee (PRC) may be appealed to the board (CPARB) within seven days by the public or by an interested party. The board shall resolve the appeal within forty-five days of receipt of the appeal. Appeals to date: 1.WSU Certification to use D/B 2.Kennewick School District Project PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

54 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

55 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

56 Assignment of Panels Panels must be made up of a minimum of 6 members. Panels shall have a balance of private and public sector representatives. The PRC chair uses the historical spread sheet to make assignments to: 1)Assure a balanced panel 2)Spread the panel work amongst the PRC members PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

57 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

58 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

59 RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PANEL CHAIR As the application review panel chair you are responsible for the management of the panel, assurance of a thorough and fair evaluation process, and for following Roberts Rules of Order in conducting your meeting. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

60 PREPARING FOR THE HEARING 1.Immediately confirm with the PRC Chair that you are available to assume this assigned responsibility and that you will be able to attend the next PRC meeting to lead your review panel. 2.Confirm with assigned panel members that none of them need to be recused. 3.Work with Robyn Hofstad to set a “questions due date” for your panel members that accommodates your schedule and that allows the applicant time to review questions (5 days) and prepare a response prior to their scheduled interview. 4.Collect questions from your panel members, filter for redundancy or irrelevancy and make sure grammar and clarity is proper. Submit combined questions to Robyn. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

61 THE HEARING INTRODUCTION Make sure all panel members have scoring sheets before starting the hearing Welcome public body representatives Introduce panel members Review agenda and time allotment Review supermajority requirement for passage, given number of panel members voting:  6 out of 8  5 out of 7  4 out of 6 (6 panelists minimum required) PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

62 THE HEARING 20 minutes for applicant’s presentation Good idea to remind applicant of PRC evaluation criteria prior to their starting Advise the applicant that they will have a 5 minute warning prior to their allotted 20 minute presentation 15 minutes of panel questions & answers Make sure all panel members have the opportunity to get their questions in. 10 minutes for Public comment Public comment (max 2 minutes each) should be limited to comments about the application. Questions from the public to the applicant are inappropriate. Applicant responses to public comment are not appropriate. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

63 THE HEARING 15 minutes for deliberations and determination Close meeting to outside discussion. All discussion should be between panel members only. Further questions to the applicant are inappropriate. Applicant interjections to discussion is inappropriate. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

64 THE VOTE Ask for a motion and a second to vote on the application Ask individual panel members to vote “yes” or “no” on the motion to approve. Announce vote results and whether supermajority approval was achieved. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

65 THE CLOSE Confirm that the agency will receive written notification of the decision within 10 days. If application is denied, invite the applicant to re-submit with modifications addressing panel concerns Thank public body for coming! PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

66 HOUSE KEEPING Collect scoring sheets from all panel members, make sure they are complete and signed, and submit them to Robyn. PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

67 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

68 Agenda Why CPARB and PRC were formed – Phil Lovell Role of CPARB and PRC – Eric Smith Evaluation Criteria Review 1.GC/CM Certification/Re-certification – Linneth Riley-Hall 2.Design Build Certification/Re-certification – Penny Koal 3.GC/CM Project Application – Rick Benner 4.Design Build Project Application – Tom Peterson Appeal Process – Tom Peterson Assignment of Panels – Tom Peterson Role of PRC Chairs/Conducting a Hearing – Rodger Benson Appropriate/Inappropriate Areas for Questions – Tom Peterson PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

69 Appropriate Areas for Questions Funding/Budget Schedule Phasing/Coordination Occupied Facility Early Involvement of GC/CM Complex/Technical Work Environment Historical Project (If applicable) Experience of Team with Alternative Procurement Appropriate Management Personnel PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

70 Inappropriate Areas for Questions GC/CM Contract Terms & Conditions MWBE Goals/Outcomes Appropriateness of the project for alternative delivery Qualifications of the Owner’s team or their management approach PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011

71 Questions? PRC Orientation/Refresher Meeting July 28, 2011


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