Examiner Job Description Sample
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$40,000 - $45,000 annually
Work for Indiana:
Join U.S. News & World Report's #1 state government! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana features a diverse workforce offering applicants stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indiana's communities every day. You also benefit from the state's enterprise-wide employer values including work-life balance, public service, professional growth, diversity and wellbeing.
The Office of Secretary of State is one of five constitutional offices originally designated in Indiana's State Constitution of 1816. Sixty-one Hoosiers have served as the third highest-ranking official in state government.
Historically the duties of the office included the maintenance of state records and preservation of the state seal, but as state government expanded so did the responsibilities of the Secretary of State. Present duties include chartering of new business, regulation of the securities industry, oversight of state elections, commissioning of notaries public, registration of trademarks and licensing of vehicle dealerships throughout Indiana.
About the job:.
The Indiana Secretary of State is seeking a qualified individual to serve as an Examiner within the Securities Division. The Examiner will perform onsite examinations of state registered investment advisers and broker-dealers located in Indiana. The examinations may be announced or unannounced and also may be for cause or as part of a random selection process. The examination will involve a review of the financial books and records of the service provider, a review of client accounts, and potentially an interview with the service provider, to determine compliance with the Indiana Uniform Securities Act. Testifying in administrative hearings or in court is a possibility.
A day in the life:
Visits and examines firms for routine and for-cause examinations. Examinations include review of all books and records, including financial statements, customer profiles and suitability of investments for clients.
Use the CRM system and NEMO to conduct and document all exams.
Conducts and assists with investigations of investment advisers and broker-dealers regarding compliance issues and misappropriation of funds
Responds to investment advisers and broker dealers who have qustions regarding compliance and examinations.
Manage the the distribution, completion, and processing of risk based questionnaires for state-registered investment advisers and broker dealers located in Indiana.
Mail new firm letters on a monthly basis.
Help organize and present at the annual Investement Adviser Conference.
What we're looking for:
3 to 5 years of financial services experience preferred.
Must have a valid drivers license and the ability to travel.
Ability to speak to large groups.
Ability to use computer systems and Microsoft Office Suite.
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:
New Paid Parental Leave
Medical / Dental / Vision plans
Health Savings Account available - with Employer Contribution
Incentive-based Wellness Program
Employee Assistance Program
Employer-funded Retirement Plan
Deferred Compensation Plan with Employer Match
Flexible Spending Account
Work/life balance: 24 Paid Days Off Annually
12 company Paid Holidays, 14 during election years
Group Life Insurance
Qualified Employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (Large Bank Erm/Governance), Nb-0570-Vi.2
As a National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (Large Bank ERM/Governance), you will provide technical advice and support for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and corporate governance activities. Participate in planning and conducting examinations, preparation of reports, and presentation of findings and recommendations to senior managers at the bank and the OCC. Monitor and evaluate large banks' ERM and corporate governance activities.
Large Bank Supervision
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As a National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (LB ERM/Governance), you will:
Plan, coordinate, and monitor supervisory activities related to ERM and corporate governance. Assess risk, develop supervisory strategies, determine the scope of supervisory activities, manage teams of assisting personnel, prepare reports of activities, and develop responses to address ERM and corporate governance risks within the company. With a high degree of independence, evaluate the effectiveness of ERM and corporate governance risk functions, identify systemic risks and trends, and recommend changes in examination policy and procedures.
Conduct or participate in discussions with senior bank management on findings and recommendations. Prepare highly advanced and sophisticated communications to senior bank management in order to foster positive changes within the bank. Maintain effective communications within the OCC and ensure that appropriate coordination and follow-up activities take place.
Plan, organize, and control ERM and corporate governance supervisory activities which may include the supervision of assigned examination team. Assign supervision of departments or risk areas to appropriate personnel.
Lead, motivate and mentor a staff of ERM and corporate governance examiners, taking into account the needs of the OCC and career development goals of individuals. Ensure assignments and training are provided in an equitable manner. Monitor the progress of assignments. Assess, evaluate, and provide input to performance evaluations. Recommend personnel decisions regarding hiring, promotion, adverse action, etc.
May be expected to approve/disapprove leave requests and certify time and attendance submissions. Ensure effective use of human and financial resources and compliance with priority schedules.
25% or less - Travel overnight or locally.
Job family (Series)
0570 Financial Institution Examining
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
If selected for this position, you will be required to:
Complete a one-year trial period (unless already completed).
This is a Public Trust-Background Investigation position. Complete a background investigation (unless already completed).
Sign a statement that you are voluntarily leaving the competitive service for a position in the excepted service, if applicable.
Travel overnight or locally on a frequent basis.
Obtain and use a Government-issued charge card for business-related travel.
File an OCC Financial Disclosure Form.
Complete a financial disclosure review and resolve any ethics issues.
Click here for important information about OCC ethics standards, such as the requirement that new hires divest their bank securities.
You must meet the following requirements within 60 calendar days after the closing date of this announcement:
You must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the NB-V or NB-V.2 band level the Federal service. Examples of specialized experience for this position include:
- Leading audits/examinations of corporate governance, enterprise risk management, internal audit, or operational risk activities within a financial institution to identify and manage corresponding risks and trends.
The experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector, or through volunteer service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis.
To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week, on your resume.
Education cannot be used to qualify for this position.
Hearing Examiner (Review Examiner I)
The mission of the Sex Offender Registry Board is to promote public safety through educating and informing the public in order to help prevent further victimization. This is accomplished by registering and classifying, by risk of re-offense and degree of danger, convicted sex offenders and disseminating the identifying information of those offenders, who live, work and attend institutions of higher learning in the communities of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the maintenance of both a database and a public website.
Responsible for presiding over evidentiary administrative hearing for the purpose of classification of a sex offender in accordance with the statute, case law and regulations.
Receive, rule on, exclude or limit evidence.
Receive and rule on all motions, objections and admissibility of evidence and testimony in order to gather information and render a decision based upon evidence submitted.
To administer the oath or affirmation to any person prior to testifying.
To assist all persons in making a full and free statement of the facts in order to bring out all the information necessary to decide the issues involved.
To ensure orderly presentation of the evidence.
To ensure that all Parties have a full opportunity to present their claims at a scheduled hearing.
Apply the applicable laws and regulations.
Maintain a full and accurate record of the proceedings for appeal and judicial review of final classification decision in the Superior Court and appellate courts.
Evaluate and assess the reliability of the information, including exhibits introduced and credibility of witnesses that affects the final classification and registration requirement of a sex offender in order to establish accuracy of facts and evidence based upon established risk factors, the law and regulations.
Render written decisions based on the issues and evidence presented with detailed findings of facts and conclusions of law in support of the final classification and registration requirement of sex offenders for the hearings conducted.
Issue decisions consistent with the timelines adopted by the agency.
Perform legal research related to the issues that arise in the administrative hearings.
Confer with management staff in order to insure accuracy and compliance of evidentiary rulings and final classification decisions with applicable laws, rules, regulations and facts presented.
Other related duties as required.
The office is located at:
85 Rangeway Road, Building 3, Suite 240
North Billerica, MA 01862
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Minimum Entrance Requirements:
Applicants must have at least (A) three years of full-time, professional experience, the major duties of which included the adjudication, examination and/or review of claims, benefits and/or taxes; the practice of law; labor relations work; claims investigation or adjustment work; credit management or credit investigation work; or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
I. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major in law may be substituted for the required experience.*
II. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major other than in Law may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required experience.*
- Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1.Conduct preliminary revocation hearings in accordance andin conformity with the law; 2. Evaluate and analyze all information relevant toparole revocation; 3. Prepare written recommendation to Parole Board Members.
DETAILEDSTATEMENT OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsiblefor ensuring that the proceedings at the preliminary revocation hearing stageare conducted in conformity with the mandates of the law. Ascertain at each hearing that the paroleereceive adequate notice of the hearing.
Advisethe parolee that he or she may have the hearing postponed in order to obtainlegal representation and/or arrange for the attendance of witnesses. Reviewwith the parolee, the violations which he or she is alleged to have committed. Apprise the parolee of the evidence presentedto the hearing examiner.
Allow theparolee to cross-examine adverse witnesses. At the conclusion of each hearing, inform theparolee that a recommendation will be made to the Parole Board Members forfinal decision and that the Members will notifythe parolee, in writing of the final decision. Responsible for reviewing andevaluating all information relevant to thequestion of revocation.
Responsible forpreparing a written summary of the preliminary hearing and submitting awritten recommendation to the Parole Board Members. Deliver the recommendation to the hearings Unit, located in Central Office, no later than 24hours after the conclusion of the hearing.
Assist in the preparation of the final recommendationpackage which includes but is not limited to typing the recommendation. Assist the Legal Unit as needed.
This requisition will remain openuntil filled; however, first consideration will be given to those applicantsthat apply within the first 14 days.
Applicants must have (A) at least five years of full-time or equivalentpart-time, professional or para-professional experience in probations or parolework, social work, social case work, vocational counseling, employmentcounseling, rehabilitation counseling or educational counseling and (B) ofwhich at least three years must have been in a professional capacity, or (C)any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutionsbelow.
A Bachelor'sdegree with a major in social work, psychology, sociology, human services,rehabilitation, or counseling may be substituted for a maximum of two years ofthe required (A) experience and one year of the required (B) experience.*
- Educationtoward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of therequirements actually completed.
NOTE:Educational substitutions will only be permitted for a maximum of three yearsof the required experience. Substitutions will be permitted for a maximum of one year of therequired (B) experience.
Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid
Massachusetts Class 3 Motor Vehicle Operator's License may be required.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative ActionEmployer. Females, minorities, veterans,and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Office of the State Auditor is committed to providing equal employment opportunities. Employment actions such as recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting individuals are based upon a policy of non-discrimination. Employment decisions and actions are made without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, military status, genetic information, political affiliation, or veteran's status.
Posting Number 2019-01
SALARY RANGE (Grade 11) CSA900: $47,117.12 - $52,000.00 (Commensurate with experience)
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
Based in the Boston Office of the OSA, the Fraud Examiner will be responsible for investigating fraudulent claims or complaints of unlawful receipt of funds within the public assistance programs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Works under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director overseeing the specific unit to which the examiner is assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Investigates referrals of alleged fraudulent claims or complaints to determine if evidence is sufficient for prosecution or other appropriate actions, such as civil recovery.
Meets regularly with Assistant Director regarding investigations are adhere to time lines as determined by the Assistant Director.
Performs detailed investigations and examinations of alleged violations of public assistance fraud by conducting interviews of individuals, obtaining and reviewing records, and conducting photo arrays.
Prepares reports, evidence, and correspondence concerning investigations of public assistance fraud to provide required information and makes appropriate recommendations concerning investigations.
Consults with Assistant Directors regarding cases ready for presentation to the prosecution team and make recommendations to team.
Testifies in court proceeding, grand jury through trial, and works with prosecutors in preparing witnesses for trial.
The successful candidate will possess and/or demonstrate:
A bachelor's degree in criminal justice or a related field.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to effectively manage workload and adjust to changing priorities.
Competency in Microsoft and other software applications, as applicable to the division.
Conduct comprehensive research and analysis.
Knowledge in the law as it relates to fraud and fraud investigations.
A familiarity with the principles, theories and techniques of investigation and detection of public assistance fraud, including a comprehensive knowledge of current standards, techniques, and methodologies of program evaluation and investigative analysis.
A familiarity with legal and court procedures.
Demonstrated experience and expertise in the following areas will also be important considerations:
A Master's degree in criminal justice or a related field, or substantial professional experience in the investigation of fraud in public benefits or other white collar crimes.
Two to three years professional experience in the investigation of fraud in public benefits or other white collar crimes.
Extensive knowledge of the State Auditor's Policy & Procedures Manual and the BSI Policies & Procedures Manual.
Extensive knowledge of the principles, theories and techniques of investigation and detection of public assistance fraud, including a comprehensive knowledge of current standards, techniques, and methodologies of program evaluation and investigative analysis.
Professional licensure or certification in fraud-related field.
Candidates must have reliable transportation and the ability to travel to district attorney's offices and courthouses throughout the Commonwealth.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Conducts full forensic autopsies or external body examinations on decedents brought to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner pursuant to MGL Chapter 38 in order to investigate the cause and manner of death in unexpected, violent, or suspicious deaths.
Performs forensic autopsies or external body examinations on bodies brought to the OCME in order to determine the cause and manner of death.
Reviews reports of death received from hospitals, police agencies, and private physicians in order to determine jurisdiction of cases.
Performs cremation viewing of bodies for certifications, pursuant to Chapter 38, Section 14, as amended, as needed.
Conducts on-site (scene) death investigations to gather appropriate data and information surrounding a case, as needed.
Conducts microscopic examinations as deemed necessary of specimens, tissues, organs, fluids, blood, etc., to determine irregular conditions which might have contributed to death.
Prepares autopsy and external body examination reports of findings for issuance to individuals legally entitled to receive them.
Requests additional medical tests on assigned cases as deemed necessary to the determination of cause, manner and circumstances of a death, subject to the review of the Chief Medical Examiner or his/her designee.
Coordinates the forensic identification of the decedent.
Prepares certificates of death and determines when bodies may be released.
Reviews current forensic and medical literature as appropriate in each individual case assigned.
Instructs students and residents rotating through the OCME and provides lectures as necessary.
Provides competent expert testimony in the courtroom as required.
Is available and responsive when serving as the medical examiner on-call for a particular OCME jurisdiction to determine if cases referred to the OCME shall be accepted/declined.
Performs other related duties as assigned by the Chief Medical Examiner or his/her designee.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Minimum Entrance Requirements:
Applicants must have at least five years of full-time or equivalent part-time, professional experience as a registered physician three years of which must have been in a specialized field such as pediatrics, geriatrics, oncology, endocrinology, neurology or infectious disease.
Current and valid registration as a physician under the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine.
Must also be certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in area of specialization.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
A&H Claims Examiner (6M Ftc)
The primary purpose of this role is to produce a high quality work product on Accident & Health or Combined Insurance claims through prompt and professional contact with customers and brokers and through the effective investigation, reserving and adjustment of claims incurred by insureds.
The duties and responsibilities of the role may alter over time due to changing needs of the business or changes in procedures or IT. Currently they include:
Manage a portfolio of claims for Accident & Health and /or Combined Insurance claims as allocated and assist processing other Retail claims as required.
Assess claims in accordance with Chubb's service level and quality requirements and the General Insurance Code of Practice. This includes determining coverage, reserving within timeframes, making payments, responding to customer queries, providing updates, and requesting additional information as needed to manage a claim.
Communication by telephone and written correspondence to brokers, claimants and others as required.
Take part in Claim Department and companywide training as required.
Respond to enquiries and escalations of matters from underwriters, brokers and customers, and work with underwriters, the Compliance Department and other departments of the company as needed.
Proactively apply claims policies and procedures including Chubb's policy in relation fraud, salvage, cost containment and complaints.
Where applicable, review income replacement claims for payment of periodic benefits at lodgement stage and at key points in the claim cycle and develop strategies for claim management and successful return to work of the claimant where possible.
Participate in claims meetings with internal and external stakeholders as required.
Manage Emergency Assistance cases end to end as allocated.
Facilitate payment of claims costs and service provider fees including reconciliation and liaison with Chubb's Shared Services Unit overseas and the service providers.
Provide advice, instructions and coaching to Chubb's Shared Services Unit overseas and outsourced service providers as required on claims within delegated authority limit.
Monitor performance and processes of service providers to make recommendations in respect of process and contract compliance, escalating breaches to Claims Management.
Assist in daily payment, audit, and other administrative tasks as required.
General assistance within the Claims Department and adoption of other duties in response to altered business needs and staff changes.
Experience & Skills Required:
Tertiary Qualified or minimum 2-5 years similar work experience
Written and verbal communication related to claims handling.
Legal requirements and regulations.
Damage and/or loss evaluation.
Chubb claim philosophy.
Capable of participating in audits
1st and/or 3rd party fraud (desirable)
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
For more than 100 years, Southern New Hampshire Medical Center has honored our mission: to improve, maintain, and preserve the overall health and well-being of individuals living in the greater Nashua area by providing information, education, and access to exceptional health and medical care services.
We have literally been at the heart of better health for Greater Nashua. Our main downtown campus, a familiar landmark for generations, has grown along with the Gate City. Today, The Medical Center and our affiliated doctors and services extend across much of southern New Hampshire. Along with our growth has been the opportunity for many to build and enhance their careers within our organization. We encourage the professional and personal development of our employees and are proud of the workplace culture we have developed.
At Southern New Hampshire Health, we believe in the little moments and the power of small gestures. It is our desire to make every patient, family or visitor interaction meaningful.
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As a member of the Emergency Services Team, the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) manages the medical, legal, and psychosocial needs of sexual assault victims.
He/She works under the direction of a medical provider.
Current NH licensure as a Registered Nurse
Completion of BSN or higher nursing degree by 2020
Three years nursing experience
Trained in an approved SANE training program in NH within the past 5 years. SANE-A certification preferred (passed the IAFN adult SANE written exam) within 3 years of taking the course.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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Driver License Examiner
Work involves a variety of driver license examinations to determine the eligibility of individual applicants based on well defined guidelines. Duties include giving road tests, performing vision examinations, and scoring written examinations for new driver licenses or renewals. This position will require travel to the surrounding offices
Click on the link to download the position description: https://www.ksrevenue.org/pd/K0239357.pdf
SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: KBI check and FBI fingerprint required due to involvement in application/issuance process for KS Driver's License and/or KS ID Card.
KANSAS TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR EVERY APPLICANT:
Each applicant applying for a State of Kansas job vacancy must obtain a valid Kansas Certificate of Tax Clearance by accessing the Kansas Department of Revenue's website at http://www.ksrevenue.org/taxclearance.html
A Tax Clearance is a comprehensive tax account review to determine and ensure that an individual's account is compliant with all primary Kansas Tax Laws. A Tax Clearance expires every 90 days.
Applicants are responsible for submitting a valid certificate with all other application materials to the hiring agency. This is in accordance with Executive Order 2004-03. If you need assistance with the tax clearance, please contact 785-296-3199.
Your application will be considered incomplete if an ACTUAL COPY of your Certificate is not submitted within 48 hours after the posting closes.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver's license and a good driving record.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: N/A
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: State of Kansas Employment Application, Cover Letter and Resume.
Final candidate(s) will be subject to background check. Your application will be considered incomplete and you will not be considered for this vacancy unless you submit those items indicated. Be sure to include at least two supervisory references on your employment application. Include the requisition number and job title of this posting on ALL correspondence, including e-mail.
TO APPLY: If you have not done so already, please register your personal data with the State of Kansas at jobs.ks.gov Application materials may be submitted online, mailed to KDOR Recruitment, 109 SW 9th St, Topeka, KS 66612-1588, faxed in to (785) 296-1107 or emailed to KDOR_Recruitment@ks.gov.
If questions, please contact recruiter at (785) 296-3077. PLEASE NOTE: Only the application can be submitted through the State of Kansas online process. All other application materials (resume, cover letter, tax clearance, etc. need to be either mailed, faxed or emailed directly to KDOR as per above.
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: To be successful, candidate is expected to routinely perform the position tasks with limited supervision.
PROCESS FOR SELECTION: Upon receipt of your complete application packet, an evaluation of your qualifications will be conducted and your status based on the established minimum requirements, necessary special requirements, if applicable, and preferred selection criteria for the specific vacancy will be determined.
Based on your ranking in comparison with other applicants, you may/may not be referred for further consideration and/or possible interview. If you are not selected for the vacancy, you will be notified within 30 days of the position being filled.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION POLICY STATEMENT: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ensures you the right to reasonable accommodations.
A request for an accommodation will not affect your opportunities for employment with the State of Kansas. Arrangements will be made if you have a disability that requires an accommodation for completing an application form, interviewing or any other part of the employment process. It is your responsibility to make your needs known to the KDOR Recruitment Office at 785-296-3077.
VETERANS' PREFERENCE ELIGIBLE (VPE): Former military personnel or their spouse that have been verified as a "veteran" under K.S.A. 73-201 will receive an interview if they meet the competency factors of the position, including any preferred selection criteria established in accordance with K.A.R. 1-6-3. The veterans' preference laws do not guarantee the veteran a job.
Positions are filled with the best qualified candidate as determined by the hiring manager. See jobs.ks.gov for additional Veterans' Preference Information.
LOCATION: Driver Services, Manhattan, Kansas
Regular Hours of work: Monday - Friday, 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Hours of work are not negotiable
This is an Unclassified position.
$14.30 hourly; can vary depending upon experience and qualifications.
DEADLINE: All Application Requirements must be received by the posted deadline to be considered.
- Enjoy the opportunity to cultivate relationships with internal colleagues and external clients.
- Liaison with Marketing/Customer Service departments.
- Compare data on claim forms against insurance plans to determine insurance coverage as well as completeness and validity of claims.
- Proactively resolve claims as expeditiously as possible and approve claims, when appropriate.
- Review and analyze detailed medical records.
- Calculate reimbursement of benefits according to the schedule of coverage.
- Generate claim reports, as directed by each account.
- Develop your training skills by functioning as a resource for newer examiners and assist with training new examiners and customer service representatives.
- Flex your communication skills by fielding challenging phone calls and draft special correspondence.
- 1 – 3 years of CLAIMS ADJUDICATION experience.
- Current Claims Adjuster licenses preferred; otherwise, you will be required to obtain this license within 4 months of hire date.
- Strong written communication skills with the ability to draft correspondence that is clear, concise and effective. Solid verbal communication skills. Sound computer skills, including knowledge of (MS Office, Internet searches, Email correspondence programs,)
- Ability to manage time effectively and focus on multiple projects concurrently..
- College preferred, or equivalent work experience
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