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Changes to the OASIS SB Draft Solicitation

Hello Industry Community!

We’d like to thank everyone for all the questions, comments, and suggestions that we have received regarding the OASIS SB draft solicitation.  While the process is still ongoing, we wanted to share some decisions with you that we have made in response to the feedback we have received.  Specific details will be provided in an updated version of the draft solicitation, but the following are general descriptions of the changes:

1. Accounting Systems:  We are removing the requirement to have a DCAA audited accounting system as a Pass/Fail element.  However, Offerors must still have an accounting system that meets FAR requirements.  While a DCAA audited accounting system is preferable, we will allow companies with accounting systems that have not been audited by DCAA to compete for an OASIS award.  In order to meet the minimum requirements, a Non-DCAA audited accounting system must be operational and have been audited by either a cognizant non-DCAA government auditor or an independent, third party accounting firm that has certified the accounting system for compliance with the same standards set forth in SF1408, Preaward Survey of Prospective Contractor Accounting System AND FAR Part 31.  Recognition of already having a DCAA audited accounting system is now present in the scoring system as a significant factor.

2. Offeror Name/Affiliates/Divisions:  We are editing the first paragraph of Section L.3 to remove the language about requiring the Parent Company to be the Offeror.  We shall consider Affiliates for Relevant Experience examples and Systems subject to the following:

a. There is a “meaningful relationship” between the affiliate, division and/or subsidiary of the Offeror for purposes of performance under OASIS.

b. The Offeror provides the Government a “commitment letter” from the affiliate, division or subsidiary of the Offeror which demonstrates the specific nature of the “meaningful relationship” and the resources that the affiliate, division or subsidiary of the Offeror will devote to OASIS.

c. The Offeror provides a Corporate Guarantee of financial backing from the parent company if the Offeror’s responsibility determination depends upon any criteria other than themselves.

d. Note: Certifications must be in the name of the Offeror.

4. Relevant Experience:  We have deleted the requirement for at least one of the Relevant Experience examples to be cost reimbursable contract type.

5. Relevant Experience:  We are significantly lowering the dollar threshold associated with relevant experience minimum requirements.  We are editing Section L.5.3.1 to read:

L.5.3.1. Relevant Experience Minimum Requirements

Using the relevant experience template in accordance with the instructions in Section L.5.3.2., the Offeror must demonstrate Five (5) distinct projects, each as a Prime Contractor or (Existing CTA in accordance with Section L.5.1.7 only), that meet the following minimum conditions:

1.The primary scope of work must be One (1) of the Six (6) OASIS Core Disciplines

2.Involve the performance and/or integration of at least Three (3) out of the Six (6) OASIS SB Core Disciplines. The OASIS SB Core Disciplines are described in Section C and include Program Management Services, Management Consulting Services, Scientific Services, Engineering Services, Logistics Services, and Financial Management Services

3. Have a total award value of at least $750,000 Per Year

4. Have been completed within the Past Five (5) Years prior to the solicitation closing date or be ongoing with at least One (1) Year of performance completed prior to the solicitation closing date

5. At least Three (3) out of Five (5) projects must be for work that was for the Federal Government under a contract or task order awarded by the Federal Government.

As always, we welcome your input on these changes.

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<p>Hi Jim - on the revised draft for the unrestricted contract - is it GSA&#39;s intent to award up to 40 on each of the six pools? A bit confused by the size and # of employee stipulations that don&#39;t appear to apply to a large prime. Thanks - your replies are always helpful.</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>The size standards matter for the unrestricted contract because they impact small business subcontracting.&nbsp; If a company of 1400 employees and $50M in annual revenue receives a subcontract on a task order issued against OASIS Pool 1, it would not count toward the prime contractor&rsquo;s small business subcontracting.&nbsp; If that same company subcontracted on a task order issued against OASIS Pool 6, however, it would count.&nbsp; In any case, we do intend to award to 40 in each pool on each contract.&nbsp; - Jim</p>
<p>Jim, Appreciate your collacoration and wanted to clarify acceptability of relevant experience projects under the small business competition.&nbsp; Section L.5.3.1 states that &quot;A relevant experient &#39;<strong>project</strong>&#39; is defined as a...single task order placed under an IDIQ, &#39;Task-Order&#39; contract (FAR 16.501-1).&quot;&nbsp; In a hypothetical scenario with a small business that has a large, prime single award IDIQ, task-order contract, please confirm that each individual task order issued that meets the $750K annual revenue requirement (and other requirements), could be used as a separate &quot;<strong>project</strong>&quot; to meet the minimum experirence requirements.&nbsp; Thanks.</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Any individual order placed under an IDIQ contract that meets the dollar threshold and integration requirements may be used as an individual Relevant Experience project.&nbsp; Now, be advised, since we allow for a collective IDIQ contract to count for one Relevant Experience project, we won&rsquo;t allow individual orders to be counted from the same IDIQ being claimed.&nbsp; Jim</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Do companies have to have past performance in ALL of the core disciplines, or can they respond to the RFP with past performance in only some of the core disciplines?&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Thank you for the question.&nbsp; For OASIS SB, you must demonstrate experience in projects which integrate 3 of the 6 core disciplines.&nbsp; For OASIS, it is 4 of 6. - Jim</p>
<p>In reviewing the Q&amp;As and blog questions, if it apparent that many small businesses do not meet the DCAA and DCMA&nbsp;requirement of subcontracting/purchasing $25M per year, to be eligible for an &quot;Approved Purchasing System&quot; audit/appraisal.&nbsp; A small business could receive high marks in the other scoring areas, but get zero out of 500 points and fall below the top 40 winning contractors threshold&nbsp;at no fault of their own.&nbsp; Recommend GSA consider the following: 1. Ask in the RFP&nbsp;if the contractor subcontracts/purchases more than $25M per year in goods and services.&nbsp; 2. If the answer is yes, then the 500 points remains in the base scoring system (i.e. 10,000 points), 3. if the answer is no, then remove the 500 points from the base, and that contractor would be &quot;trying for 9,500 total points).&nbsp; The scoring system would then be based on a percentage of the total points scored. This is a fair and equitable method of giving credit to contractors who A. minimum criteria by DCAA and DCMA, and B. Do have an approved system, and it doesn&#39;t not negatively impact a very strong OASIS competitor who is not even eligible for an audit/assessment.&nbsp; Thank you for your consideration.&nbsp;</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>We have heard often from our customer base that an approved purchasing system is of great value.&nbsp; It is scored accordingly.&nbsp; For those pools where very few companies have such a system, then the impact of not having one will be minimal.&nbsp; - Jim</p>
<p>Jim - back in April, there was a list of 335 Q&amp;A&#39;s.&nbsp; I have not seen an update to that list or a new list.&nbsp; Is blogging the only way questions are being handled?&nbsp;&nbsp;Request&nbsp;a complete &amp; up-to-date list be provided.&nbsp; Thanks!</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>The referenced list was in response to questions formally submitted as outlined in the draft RFPs.&nbsp; We are currently concentrating on finalizing the solicitations and answering questions as best we can through the blog and through email.&nbsp; Details change over time, however, and we cannot continuously update informal questions and answers and post them.&nbsp; We are in &ldquo;crunch time&rdquo; right now and resources are stretched thin.&nbsp; When the final RFPs are released, they will include instructions on how to submit questions and all such questions and answers will be captured and shared formally.&nbsp; As we have stated many times, everything we say, every blog we post, and every question we answer right now are pre-decisional and subject to change.&nbsp; Procurements are evolving projects. We&rsquo;ve shared that process with the world, which is far different and much more transparent than the standard approach.&nbsp; We intend to post a final set of sample questions once the drafts are finalized.</p><p>Jim</p>
<p>Your requirement that refernces be larger than $750k per year will exclude a lot of very well qualified small businesses (in our case a VA Verified SDVO with 2012 revenue of $24.7M) from bidding OASIS.&nbsp; Most of our qualifying references awarded on MOBIS and thorugh Open Market competitons in the pools are small&nbsp; ranging from .75 FTE ot 3 FTE.&nbsp; As a result they don&#39;t reach the $750k per year threshold.&nbsp; The corporate level organization and support for a $200k contract is the same as that for a $750k contract.&nbsp; If you need proof that we can manage contracts over $750k per year let us use some references from our information technology work to demonstrate that - we recently completed a three year $21M contract for the VA with more than 50 people assigned but we can&#39;t use that as a reference since its an information technology effort.&nbsp; We want to bid OASIS and can perform - but your current structure locks us out.</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Let me clarify an apparent misunderstanding.&nbsp; As with all procurements, there have been many changes and we try to keep everyone abreast of the significant changes as they develop.&nbsp; Please read the most recent blogs.&nbsp; The Relevant Experience projects you are referring to may be from any kind of contract (IT included) so long as they demonstrate the required core disciplines and meet the size requirements. Assuming that the project you mention meets those requirements, it may be submitted as a Relevant Experience project.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Reference L.5.3.1 Relevant Experience Requirements&nbsp; Would a subcontract, having a value of over $10M per year and over 100 FTEs employees supporting the requirement qualify as one of the 5 contracts required for experience?&nbsp; i.e. does it have to be a prime contract, or will subcontracts of equal or greater value qualify?&nbsp; Thank you.</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Thank you for the question.&nbsp; Please go through the blogs and associated questions and answers from the past month or so.&nbsp; Subcontract experience will not be considered for Relevant Experience projects.&nbsp; All Relevant Experience projects must have been performed as a prime.&nbsp; Jim</p>
<p>Hello,&nbsp; The requirement for each of the SB Pools to have 5 Prime Contracts or CTAs seems excessive for the smaller SBs. A graduated requirement seems more appropriate.&nbsp; e.g. Pools 1&amp;2 - One Prime contract, Pools 3&amp;4 Three Prime contracts, and Pools 5&amp;6 Five Prime contracts.&nbsp; There is considerable differences in a 35 person company vs a 1200 person company, and for each to have the same qualification requirements does not seem fair to the smaller companies.&nbsp; Will GSA consider changing the requirements for the smaller company pools?&nbsp; Thank You.&nbsp;</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Thank you for the question.&nbsp; We&rsquo;ve addressed similar requests many times and we do not feel that the requirements are excessive.&nbsp; We feel we will have ample competition as the requirements currently are.&nbsp; Jim</p>
Adam Hurlburt
<p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">Hi Jim,<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">I wanted to thank you and the OASIS team for posting the revised OASIS SB draft RFP; it affords us all the time to review the new requirements and we are all grateful for that.<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">However, I do have one issue of concern:<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">L.3.5.1 notes that only one (1) of the required relevant experience contracts may be a collection of orders issued under a single-award IDIQ or BPA.&nbsp; Per the FAR, one of the explicit purposes of establishing a BPA is when a class of services with inexact delivery requirements is contemplated (13.303-2(a)(1)) &nbsp;that will require multiple awards under the Simplified Acquisition Threshold (13.303-2(c)(2)). COs are required to set aside all requirements below the Simplified Acquisition Threshold and above the Micro Purchase Threshold for small businesses (19.502-2). As such, this requirement will actually prevent small businesses from citation to the single-award Federal BPAs that the FAR was designed to encourage.<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">Importantly, the same levels of contractor management and technical performance are still required for single-award BPAs and IDIQs. If anything, the added level of complexity of both IDIQ/BPA and TO level reporting makes management of IDIQs more challenging.&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">I would speculate that one of the Government&rsquo;s reasons for this requirement is that MACs, unlike FSSs, do not accommodate BPAs. To this, I would note that orders with multiple CLINs are able to function as<span class="apple-converted-space">&nbsp;</span><em><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;">de facto</span></em><span class="apple-converted-space">&nbsp;</span>BPAs if there is a broad scope of activities. Since OASIS is seeking inter-domain service experience, it is foreseeable that these services will be divided into distinct CLINs to facilitate oversight by SME CORs post-award.<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">For these reasons, I would request OASIS consider removal of this restriction for their small business solicitation. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Thank you in advance for your consideration!<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">Adam<o:p></o:p></span></p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Hi Adam and thanks for the recommendation.&nbsp; We aren&rsquo;t quite sure we follow the link in your message between the Simplified Acquisition Threshold and single award BPAs.&nbsp; Our research indicates that there are plenty of small businesses with single award IDIQs and/or BPAs.&nbsp; In fact, the recommendation was received from numerous small businesses.&nbsp; But thanks for the recommendation and please keep following our progress.&nbsp; Jim&nbsp;</p>
<p>Section J.5 Attachment (5) section C states:&nbsp; Atttach contractual and proposal Documents to substanitate the information in the Relevant Experience matrix.&nbsp;&nbsp; The industry day slides mention reports as verification of relevant&nbsp;experience.&nbsp;Please clarify what documents are&nbsp;required to be attached to substantiate relevant experince.&nbsp; If it&#39;s the contract award, do you want the entire award document&nbsp;with attachments and amendments?&nbsp;Thanks.</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Offerors are to provide whatever documentation is necessary to demonstrate the core disciplines and no more than that.&nbsp; Offerors will be required to highlight text and identify page numbers of documents provided.&nbsp; Attachments are currently being updated.&nbsp; Jim</p>
<p>From the Industry Day presentations and the posted questions it appears that an offeror&rsquo;s experience/past performance on an IT contract would not qualify as relevant for the purposes of the OASIS or OASIS SB evaluation. &nbsp;If our understanding of this restriction is correct, how will the evaluation determine that a cited experience/past performance contract was an IT contract, and thus is not relevant?</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Thanks for the question.&nbsp; We have actually made adjustments so that IT contracts, as well as any other kind of contracts, could be used as relevant experience projects so long as they contain the core disciplines of the OASIS contract.&nbsp; Contracts reported under an OASIS NAICS code will be considered more relevant and worth more points, but the IT contract example, assuming it contained the necessary core discipline integration, could be used for the purposes of applying for an OASIS award.&nbsp; Jim</p>
<p>Can you please clarify the meaning of&nbsp; &quot;<strong>Five (5) distinct projects&quot;:</strong></p><p><span lang="EN" style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 9pt; mso-ansi-language: EN;">1. Does this mean 5 distinct prime contracts?<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span lang="EN" style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 9pt; mso-ansi-language: EN;">2. Can it be one prime contract with five distinct projects (tasks) under it? If so, does each project have to be over $750,000/year or the&nbsp;one prime contract be over $750,000/year?<o:p></o:p></span></p><p><span lang="EN" style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 9pt; mso-ansi-language: EN;">3. Request that the minimum five distinct projects be reduced to 2 or 3&nbsp;projects, particularly given that the requirements for DCAA approved accounting system and the minimum 1 cost plus type relevant experience&nbsp;have been removed.</span></p><p><span lang="EN" style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 9pt; mso-ansi-language: EN;"><o:p>There are several&nbsp;small businesses&nbsp;that may not have have 5 prime contracts but qualify in all other aspects.</o:p></span><font color="#000000" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><span style="display: none;"><font color="#222222" face="Arial">d</font>...&nbsp;</span></font></p>
OASIS Blogger
<p class="normal" style="margin-top:9.0pt;margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:9.0pt; margin-left:0in;line-height:143%"><span style="color: rgb(76, 76, 76); background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial;">Hello and thank you for the question.&nbsp; Please take the time to read through the Q&amp;As that have been posted as this question has been asked many times and in many ways.&nbsp; To quickly answer your specific questions:</span></p><p class="normal" style="margin-top:9.0pt;margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:9.0pt; margin-left:0in;line-height:143%"><span style="color: rgb(76, 76, 76); background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial;">1.&nbsp; Yes.</span></p><p class="normal" style="margin-top:9.0pt;margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:9.0pt; margin-left:0in;line-height:143%"><span style="color: rgb(76, 76, 76); background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial;">2.&nbsp; No.</span></p><p class="normal" style="margin-top:9.0pt;margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:9.0pt; margin-left:0in;line-height:143%"><span style="color: rgb(76, 76, 76); background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial;">3.&nbsp; Thank you for the recommendation, but the requirements will remain as they are.</span></p><p class="normal" style="margin-top:9.0pt;margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:9.0pt; margin-left:0in;line-height:143%"><span style="color: rgb(76, 76, 76); background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial;">Jim</span></p>
Jim, Are you planning on posting updates before the release of the next DRFP? Thanks.
OASIS Blogger
<p>We will continue to post blogs and updates as we always have.&nbsp; We hope to post updated draft RFPs in the next week or two and are looking to release the final RFPs for both OASIS and and OASIS SB later this summer.</p><p>Jim</p>
<p>Would you consider accepting the Government Contracting officer&#39;s DAWIA certification in lieu of the CFCM for the key position Contracts Manager?</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p class="normal">We are considering a variety of options related to Key Personnel in response to the feedback received from customers and Industry in reference to the draft RFPs.&nbsp; Stay tuned for an update on changes soon! - Jim</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
Could you point me to where I go to insure we are signed up under ITSS? Thank you!
OASIS Blogger
<p class="normal">The homepage for registration for ITSS and the AAS Business Portal is:&nbsp; <a href="https://web.itss.gsa.gov/itss/gsareg.nsf"><span style="color:#1155CC">https://web.itss.gsa.gov/itss/gsareg.nsf</span></a>&nbsp; - Jim</p>
<p>I see a blog for changes to the&nbsp;Oasis SB draft solicitation.&nbsp; Was there going to be one for the Oasis unrestricted solicitation?</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>Thank you for your question. Please see the following link for changes to the OASIS draft solicitation:</p><p><a href="https://interact.gsa.gov/document/changes-oasis-draft-solicitation">https://interact.gsa.gov/document/changes-oasis-draft-solicitation</a></p>
Bill Morrow
<p>Hi Jim,</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Are you plainning on releasing an updated Draft RFP? Thanks. Debra</p>
<p>Oops - sorry. I&#39;m finding the new interact organization confusing, so I just discovered that you had posted new Q&amp;A today. Thanks and sorry that I put the cart before the horse I didn&#39;t realize was there.</p>
<p>I believe a question I posted may have gotten lost in the trail... With regard to your post &quot;We intend on doing something of this nature [adding a number convention for Q&amp;A] once the questions are all answered as well as post an updated version of the Draft RFPs. &nbsp;Please keep monitoring Interact for updates. &nbsp;Jim&quot; - I asked &quot;Do you have any expectation regarding when the final round of questions will be answered and the final update to the Draft RFPs will be issued? Thanks for your efforts.&quot; I guess my real question is whether there will be any more Q&amp;A posted before the final RFP is released. Again -thanks!</p>
<p>My company has been in business for 15 years. &nbsp;We are very small, 15 people, and have never won a prime contract (except for two GSA Schedules). &nbsp;We have existed on being a subcontractor for our entire history. &nbsp;As I read and understand the OASIS SB RFP, if our company does not have 5 distinct past performance projects as being a Prime, then we have not met the minimum requiremetns to get an OASIS shcedule under L.5.3.1. &nbsp;Is this assumption correct? &nbsp;We have had several past performance projects that were over $750,000 per year but they were all completed as a subcontractor. &nbsp;We managed the tasks both technically and financially. &nbsp;However, none of this data will be in CPARS. &nbsp;I&#39;m sure there are many well qualified small businesses out there in the same boat as our company. &nbsp;Will the OASIS contract team consider allowing an exception for very small businesses such as ours to submit and win an OASIS award?</p><p>Thank you for your time!</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>How soon do you expect to provide an updated version of the draft RFP? Thanks! Donna</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p><b id="docs-internal-guid-421fe086-85a0-e434-ea05-e42fcb063c7c" style="font-weight:normal;"><span style="font-size: 15px; font-family: Arial; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); background-color: transparent; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;">Hi Donna, Our target for release of the final RFP is Summer. &nbsp;At this point, we cannot be more specific, as we need to assess the feedback provided through the questions received, industry white papers, and our customer working group to determine what further changes we need to make to the drafts. &nbsp;We will continue to update you all on our progress here on Interact. &nbsp;Jim</span></b></p>
<p>Jim,</p><p>Fabulous job of quickly responding to comments and questions. Much appreciated.</p><p>Is there any way you could assign a number or number/letter convention to the updates? maybe involving the update date? That would help to make sure that we all have ALL of the updates.</p><p>Thanks,</p><p>Bob</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p dir="ltr" id="docs-internal-guid--79e9dc2-609c-b979-e85c-0a4b0099987c" style="line-height:1.15;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt;"><span style="font-size:13px;font-family:Arial;color:#000000;background-color:transparent;font-weight:normal;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;text-decoration:none;vertical-align:baseline;">We intend on doing something of this nature once the questions are all answered as well as post an updated version of the Draft RFPs. &nbsp;Please keep monitoring Interact for updates. &nbsp;Jim</span></p>
<p>Do you have any expectation regarding when the final round of questions will be answered and the final update to the Draft RFPs will be issued? Thanks for your efforts.</p>
<p>Please let me know how GSA will review / evaluate the &quot;Projects&quot; submitted as Relevant Experience (RFP L.5.3.2) and Past Performance (L.5.4)?&nbsp; We have several large projects that are a part of an&nbsp;overall contract and would like to know how to&nbsp;show&nbsp;size/scope/dollar value&nbsp;etc. to satisfy the requirements.&nbsp;</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p>&nbsp;</p><p dir="ltr" style="line-height: 1.15; margin-top: 0pt; margin-bottom: 0pt;"><b id="docs-internal-guid-12b18398-3d62-69e4-173d-e9e7bc21e0d9" style="font-weight: normal;"><span style="font-family: Arial; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;">Please read the draft solicitation questions and answers that we post weekly. &nbsp;Additionally, please submit draft solicitation questions per the instructions provided in the draft solicitations. &nbsp;Jim</span></b></p><div>&nbsp;</div>
Anita Sardo
<p>Do you intend to adjust the values on the scoring sheet under the Relevant Experience section in light of the reduced minimum total award&nbsp;value?</p>
OASIS Blogger
<p><b id="docs-internal-guid-12b18398-3d61-c530-1b9b-a35f6a154181" style="font-weight: normal;"><span style="font-family: Arial; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;">Yes. &nbsp;We are contemplating the changes currently and will release the information as soon as those changes are made. &nbsp;Jim</span></b></p>
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