eNews - September 2009

The President’s Letter

The August meeting was a great success.  We had many positive comments on the meeting topics and speakers.  We also had a fair amount of not-so-positive comments on the menu selection of fish for lunch.  Needless to say, we will not choose fish for the lunch menu anytime soon.  The new process requiring payment prior to the meeting helped to expedite the check-in process, with shorter check-in waiting times.  I would like to thank the Programs Committee and other volunteers for coordinating the August meeting logistics.

Our September meeting, “International Financial Reporting Standards”, will be held at Cityplace.  During the lunch meeting, Kevin Corbett of Ernst and Young will discuss IFRS and the implications within the United States.  Rob Bright from AC Lordi will present “Key Differences in IFRS and GAAP” during the pre-meeting and “IFRS Timetable” as the post-meeting.  Frank Caliri of Safety Clean will present “Audit Objectives and Project Development” during the CAST meeting.

I would also like to remind everyone of the upcoming SMART seminars, offered by the Dallas IIA.  Our goal is to provide high quality training at a low cost for Dallas IIA members.  Two seminars will be offered in October, including “Intermediate ACL” on October 1st and 2nd and “Internal Audit for Fraud” on October 15th and 16th. 

Sincerely, 
Tom Keils
2009/10 President – Dallas Chapter IIA
president@dallasiia.org
214-880-3560

Next Meeting - Thursday, September 3, 2009
Cityplace Conference Center

IFRS

Meeting 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Registration begins at 11:30pm

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
Kevin Corbett, Ernst & Young

ObjectivesFor several years, there has been little doubt that International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) was gaining momentum to become the single set of globally accepted accounting standards.  To date, more than 110 countries have either moved to or base their local standards on IFRS.  Several more countries, including Canada, are scheduled to adopt IFRS by 2011.

In the United States, momentum, along with anxiety, has been building. In August 2008, the US Securities and Exchange Commission approved for public comment its long-awaited proposed Roadmap related to the eventual use of IFRS by US companies.  The proposed Roadmap anticipates mandatory reporting under IFRS beginning in 2014, 2015 or 2016 (depending on the size of the issuer) and provides for early adoption in 2009 by a small number of very large companies that meet certain criteria. The Roadmap also identifies several milestones the SEC will consider in making its 2011 decision of whether to proceed with mandatory IFRS adoption the US. Recently, debate has been increasing as to whether IFRS would become a reality for US companies.

Regardless of your point of view regarding the move to IFRS, an eventual conversion of this magnitude is not just another technical accounting exercise.  Its impact is far-reaching and will affect many, if not all, of your company’s business units.  The complexities are significant, and even the most comprehensive implementation program your company considers will take time. Regardless of your expected conversion date, now is the time to understand the impacts to your company

Kevin Corbett, CPA is the Markets leader for Ernst & Young’s Advisory Practice of the Southwest Area.  Kevin has over 29 years serving both public and private clients in the Energy and Banking industries.  For the past ten years, Kevin has focused on helping clients manage risk and change within their organizations.  One particular change of significance has been the move towards International Financial Accounting Standards. Kevin is the leader of EY’s Southwest Area IFRS Advisory team and has been extremely active advising and assisting clients in their consideration and undertaking of IFRS conversion.

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University, where he serves on the School of Accounting Advisory Board and the OSU Foundation Board of Governors.

1 Hour Continuing Education


CAST Meeting 10:30am - 11:30am
Registration begins at 10:00am

Audit Objectives and Project Development
Frank Caliri, Safety-Kleen, Inc.

Objectives: Establishing audit objectives for an engagement require the converging of speed and quality.  This presentation will focus on this balance, as well as the importance of conducting preliminary assessments of risk and documenting a plan, including objective, scope, timing, and resource allocations.

Frank Caliri is the Vice President of Internal Audit at Safety-Kleen, Inc., an environmental services company focused on re-refining used oil.  Frank’s experience includes serving as the Vice President of Internal Audit at Brinker International, a Fortune 500 company which owns Chilis, On-The-Border, and Maggianos restaurants.  Prior to Brinker, he was Senior Manager of Internal Audit at Staples and spent a number of years in public accounting with an emphasis on financial reporting.  In recent years, his emphasis has been on ensuring risk is managed and aligned with corporate strategy and across functional disciplines.  Additional areas of focus include finance, operations, legal compliance, and information systems.

1 Hour Continuing Education


Pre-Meeting 10:30am - 11:30am
Registration begins at 10:00am

Convergence of IFRS & US GAAP
Rob Bright, AC Lordi

Objectives:  As our global economy has continued to expand, shareholders and other users of financial statements have demanded more consistency in accounting policies between countries. In 2002, the standard setting bodies of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) agreed to work towards convergence. Rob will be discussing an overview of IFRS and the proposed timeline for public companies to adopt international standards. This session will also highlight significant differences between IFRS and US GAAP. Lastly, Rob will discuss challenges as well as best practices for establishing an implementation plan.

Rob Bright, CPA is a principal in the AC Lordi Accounting and Business Services group and provides technical leadership to his clients.  Rob assists clients with GAAP accounting pronouncement implementation and interpretations.  Rob has more than 20 years of accounting and audit experience, including expertise with GAAP, SEC reporting, and due diligence.  Rob has also led special projects at Towers Perrin involving up to 35 consultants and contractors.  Prior to joining AC Lordi, Rob was a Shareholder at Fischer Cunnane & Associates.

While at Fischer Cunnane, Rob oversaw all technical guidance and research related to accounting pronouncements for the accounting and audit practice. He also led the initial DuPont Medical Units’ divestiture implementation team and managed outsourced tax department services, accounts payable, and 1099 projects for Scott Paper/Kimberly-Clark.  Rob was also a Manager with Deloitte & Touché, where he worked with clients spanning a broad spectrum of industries, including manufacturing, wholesalers and distribution, software development, trucking and transportation, oil and gas, leasing companies, property and casualty insurers, employee benefit plans, non-profit organizations and service companies. He holds a B.S. in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeast Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center.

1 Hour Continuing Education


Post-Meeting 1:30pm - 2:30pm

FASB Codification and FASB Update
Rob Bright, AC Lordi

Objectives:  Rob will review the new GAAP codification and its impact on financial reporting. Although the codification does not technically affect current accounting principles, its impact on financial reporting must be addressed in the reporting period ending September 30, 2009. Rob will also cover a high level discussion of recent GAAP pronouncements.

Rob Bright, CPA is a principal in the AC Lordi Accounting and Business Services group and provides technical leadership to his clients.  Rob assists clients with GAAP accounting pronouncement implementation and interpretations.  Rob has more than 20 years of accounting and audit experience, including expertise with GAAP, SEC reporting, and due diligence.  Rob has also led special projects at Towers Perrin involving up to 35 consultants and contractors.  Prior to joining AC Lordi, Rob was a Shareholder at Fischer Cunnane & Associates.

While at Fischer Cunnane, Rob oversaw all technical guidance and research related to accounting pronouncements for the accounting and audit practice. He also led the initial DuPont Medical Units’ divestiture implementation team and managed outsourced tax department services, accounts payable, and 1099 projects for Scott Paper/Kimberly-Clark.  Rob was also a Manager with Deloitte & Touché, where he worked with clients spanning a broad spectrum of industries, including manufacturing, wholesalers and distribution, software development, trucking and transportation, oil and gas, leasing companies, property and casualty insurers, employee benefit plans, non-profit organizations and service companies. He holds a B.S. in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeast Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center.

1 Hour Continuing Education


New Online Registration Requirements

A few months ago, the Dallas Chapter made a change to the CPE process.  After attending an IIA meeting, an online evaluation is distributed via email.  When you click the link to the online evaluation, you can immediately prepare and print your CE certificate for that specific meeting.  We had an overwhelming positive response to this process improvement, and want to keep making improvements such as this to streamline our processes.

New this year, beginning with the August meeting, the Dallas Chapter will require payment prior to confirming your registration.  Almost 90% of our attendees already pay through PayPal, so this is not a change for them.  If you need to pay by check, your check must be received prior to the meeting (see details below).  Our goal is to reduce the wait time at the check in tables, improve controls, and ease the reconciliation process on the back end.

As a friendly reminder and to provide clarification for our new members:

  • Registration cutoff is 5:00 pm CST on the Friday before the meeting (unless otherwise noted).
  • Payment must be received by the Friday before the meeting (unless otherwise noted).  Your registration is not confirmed until paid.  We strongly encourage you to pay via PayPal to confirm your registration.  If you are mailing a check, the envelope must be post marked 8 days prior to the meeting (i.e., on Wednesday the week prior to the Thursday meeting) to ensure we receive your payment on time.  If the envelope is not post marked within the required timeframe and is received late, you will be notified by email that a) the meeting is sold out or b) an additional $10 late fee per person will be assessed.  Only registrations paid by PayPal will be accepted on Thursday and Friday prior to the meeting.
  • If you miss the deadline to register and space is available, you can attend the meeting as a walk-in.  Before coming to the meeting, please check the website to see if we are accepting walk-ins since our meetings tend to sell out.
  • The deadline to cancel your registration is 5:00 pm CST on the Friday before the meeting (unless otherwise noted) to receive a refund.  If you do not cancel by the deadline, you may send a substitute in your place after notifying reservations@dallasiia.org.  The substitute will be required to pay an additional $10 if they are not a member of the Dallas Chapter.
  • All walk-ins will need to register at a separate table before the start of the meeting.  The walk-ins will be required to complete an on-site registration form which will include name, company name, address, and email address and can pay with cash or check made payable to the Dallas Chapter of The IIA for the applicable amount.

The following are the current rates for our monthly meetings:

May 2015 Social Meeting Prices:

  • Dallas IIA Member $55
  • Other IIA Member or Non-member $65

NO WALK-INs will be allowed. Price includes up to 2 CPE and game ticket; there is no prorated price for attending just one of the meeting day sessions.

We will keep you posted as we continue to make improvements.  If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact any of the officers of the Dallas Chapter.  Thanks for your cooperation!


Map to CityPlace Conference CenterCityplace Confernce CenterThis meeting is being held at Cityplace Conference Center,
2711 North Haskell Street, Dallas, Texas 75204

CityPlace Conference Center

The DART light rail station at Cityplace serves both the RED and BLUE lines. Check for schedules, routes and fare information at  http://www.dart.org/default.asp

 

Preferred Method:

Place and confirm your reservation via the web site at http://www.dallasiia.org/Reserve_0909.htm.

Contact:
Pamela Krakosky
reservations@dallasiia.org

May 2015 Social Meeting Prices:

  • Dallas IIA Member $55
  • Other IIA Member or Non-member $65

NO WALK-INs will be allowed. Price includes up to 2 CPE and game ticket; there is no prorated price for attending just one of the meeting day sessions.

Reservations must be received by 5:00 PM on Friday, August 28, 2009.

Registration Cancellation Policy

Current Cancellation date: 5:00p Friday, May 8, 2015

  • You can cancel online until the current cancellation date and receive 100% refund. If you do not cancel by the deadline, you may send a substitute in your place after notifying reservations@dallasiia.org.
  • The substitute may be required to pay an additional fee which would depend on their membership status (Member, Student Member or Non-Member). To cancel your registration after the cancellation date, please send an email to CANCEL@dallasiia.org .

We Now Accept Credit Cards - Online Only

We accept most major Credit Cards

The IIA Dallas Chapter, in conjunction with PayPal, will now accept payment online for the monthly luncheons.  There is no change in the cost to you for the lunch. We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or eCheck.  Note that some corporate-issued cards are not accepted by PayPal.  This service is only available online at the time the reservation is made.  This can be used to pay for individual or group reservations.  Follow the instructions on our web site.  If you properly cancel a reservation before the meeting, the Chapter will either return the funds to you or reserve you for the next meeting.  Any questions, contact the Chapter Treasurer at treasurer@dallasiia.org.

After you place your reservation online, you will see the link to pay via PayPal if desired.

Chapter News

CIA Programs

Congratulations to our New CIAs, CGAPs, and CCSAs

Below: The Dallas Chapter honored the new CIA’s, CGAP, and CCSA’s at the August 6, 2009 meeting.

Mark Your Calendars!

The next CIA review course will be held September 25-28, 2009 and taught by Dr. Glen Sumners of LSU.  Courses will be held at The University of Texas at Dallas.  Registration details can be found at http://dallasiia.org/CIA_Review_F09.htm.

Check Out Our New CIA Web Page

For information about the CIA exam and review courses, see our new website at http://dallasiia.org/CIA.htm

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:      I haven’t received my certificate yet – where is it?

A:       The IIA will send out certificates to the Dallas Chapter each quarter.  The certificates for those taking and passing the exam and satisfying all requirements between April and June 2009 should be received by the Chapter in August 2009.  If you do not receive your certificate by September 2009, contact the IIA’s certification department:  certification@theiia.org, or call (407)937-1100.

Q:      How do I register for the exam?

A:       Exam registration can be completed via the following link: http://www.theiia.org/certification/certified-internal-auditor/certification-candidate-management-systems/


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Changing Times

The IIA Research Foundation has issued in 2009 a report available for free download entitled XBRL: What's in It for Internal Auditors.  XBRL stands for “Extensible Business Reporting Language” and you may have heard that “it is coming”.  Well, XBRL is already here.  The report provides an overview of this new and important topic for internal auditors.  The report outlines the SEC’s XBRL filing requirements, approaches to implementation, and how internal auditors can be involved in the adoption and conversion process.

Filing financial statements in XBRL format has become a regulatory mandate for many companies across the globe.  Management and internal auditors should understand the value it brings throughout the entire compliance and reporting process — from the initial transaction at the business-unit level, to the release of the group financial statements or management report. For internal auditors, key areas of interest in the XBRL process could include:

  • The migration from manual to automated processes in key activities
  • The ability to more efficiently access and integrate entity wide data
  • The abstraction of business rules and controls that can be applied across a wide range of software applications
  • A lower cost operating environment

A comprehensive listing of XBRL resources and reference material are also included in the report.  The 2009 report can be downloaded free of charge from The IIA Web site at www.theiia.org/research/research-reports/chronological-listing-research-reports; however, a contribution is requested.


Membership Updates

July 2009 New Members

Kamili Clayborn
Jonathan Black
Robin Noret
Leigh Priest
Sundar Venkat
Joseph Trennis
Lukas Olejniczak
Mary Pittman

Jenifer Brennan
Mamatha Sparks
Abel Ruiz
Renee Hayden
Charles Pearre
Douglas Moore
Corey Weiss
Lofton Levels

John Wilson
Danny Reid
Brandon Walls
Kim Wilson
Andrew Henderson
Trina Mack
Yuan Yuan

Please look for the monthly eNews (electronic newsletters) as a source of information for future events within the Dallas Chapter and other internal audit related news. If you have any questions regarding your membership or need additional information about the Dallas Chapter, please feel free to contact the Membership Chair (membership@dallasiia.org). If you are looking to become more involved in the Dallas Chapter and help give back to the internal audit profession, please contact Jay Blanchard at jayblanchard@ti.com.

Seminars

2009 - 2010 Seminars
Updated 7/7/09

Dallas Chapter Seminars

The Dallas Chapter of The IIA is pleased to announce SMART Training Courses for the upcoming year and beyond.  Our goal is to provide high quality training at a low cost for our members (from $150 for 1 day courses up to $450 for technical 2 day courses).

We have been busy these past couple of months planning and organizing to bring you the following hot topics and outstanding speakers.  We are still working hard to finalize the schedule but we wanted to get this to you as soon as possible so that you could plan your training.

SMART Training Courses
(Seminars on Mastering Audit Real-world Techniques)
COURSE NAME INSTRUCTOR CONFIRMED DATES OR
EST. TIMEFRAME
DFW LOCATION
ACL Intermediate (201) ACL October 1-2, 2009 Texas Instruments
Internal Audit for Fraud Deloitte October 15-16, 2009 Idearc
High Impact Audit Consulting Mark Salamasick, David Williams & Shawn Irving November (1 day) 7-Eleven
Windows Server and Active Directory TBD December (2 days) Rent-A-Center
Advanced Risk-Based Auditing IIA certified instructors January (2 days) Brinker
Auditing Oracle Applications TBD February (2 days) Southwest Airlines
Advanced Operational Auditing IIA certified instructors April (2 days) 7-Eleven
SQL TBD May (2 days) Sabre
We are able to bring these seminars to you for a low cost because IIA-member companies are providing their offices for the training sites.  If your company is interested in hosting a course and receive free registrations, please contact Pamela Krakosky at pkrakosky@verizon.net to find out more details.  And if you would like to recommend a course topic and/or instructor, please contact Pamela.

ACL 201 Data Analysis Techniques:
An ACL Workshop

Class size was limited to the first 50 paid registrants!

Date: October 1 – 2, 2009 (Thursday and Friday)
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm; Monday check in begins at 8:00 am
Location:

Texas Instruments
Texins Activity Center
13900 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75234

Cost: $450 and includes training materials, continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages. Payment is due at time of registration. We recommend that you pay through PayPal to confirm your registration.
CPE Credits: 16 Credits
Prerequisites: Participants should have a basic understanding of Windows. No advance preparation is required.
Experience Level: Intermediate – must have working knowledge of ACL
Objectives: By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
  • Apply ACL in a structured audit analysis process
  • Identify project objectives in business and technical terms
  • Apply the necessary steps to achieve project objectives
  • Examine data elements and table structures
  • Test control totals, bounds, completeness, uniqueness, data relationships, and reliability
  • Evaluate data to reveal exceptions
Register: Seminar_Reserve_100109.htm. Please contact Pamela Krakosky at pkrakosky@verizon.net if you have any questions.
Overview: This two-day course is designed for experienced ACL™ users. In an interactive, hands on environment you will learn how to integrate ACL commands and expressions to accomplish complex data analysis tasks. You will also practice planning and executing a data analysis project by working through a series of case studies. Through this case-study approach you will learn how to effectively use ACL in real-life situations and discover what it means to think with ACL.
Instructors: ACL Certified Trainers
What to bring: You will need to bring a laptop with the following minimum requirements:
  • Windows 98/ME/XP or Windows NT 4.0 SP6 or Windows 2000 SP2;
  • 300 MHz CPU with 128MG RAM;
  • 250MB available hard drive space;
  • At least one print driver installed to be able to demonstrate a print preview. A printer does not need to be attached;
  • Before installing the training software, please ensure that Internet Explorer 6.0 (or higher) is installed. This is necessary for the installation of a Microsoft data access component.
Deadline: September 18, 2009 is the last day to register.  Payment must be received by this date to confirm your registration.
Cancellation:

There is a $50 cancellation fee per registrant on cancellations between September 14 and September 18. Refunds will not be granted after September 18, however, substitutions are permitted by notifying Pamela Krakosky.


Location:

Texas Instruments
13900 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75234


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Fraud in the Workplace
Techniques and Skills for the Internal Auditor

Class size was limited to the first 60 paid registrants!

Date: October 15 – 16, 2009 (Thursday and Friday)
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm; Monday check in begins at 8:00 am
Location:

Idearc Media
2200 W. Airfield Dr.
DFW Airport, TX 75261-9810

Cost: $300 and includes training materials, continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages. Payment is due at time of registration. We recommend that you pay through PayPal to confirm your registration.
CPE Credits: 15 Credits
Prerequisites: No prerequisite is required.
Experience Level: All levels
Overview/
Objectives:
The two-day course will be comprised of several topics relating to fraud in the workplace. From Fraud Awareness, to conducting a Fraud Risk Assessment, to interviewing and investigative skills and case studies, participants will have the opportunity to take a deeper dive into why fraud occurs, how you should be prepared to investigate it, what are some tips for interviews and how do you manage fraud within the organization, including conducting a fraud risk assessment.
Register: Seminar_Reserve_101509.htm. Please contact Pamela Krakosky at pkrakosky@verizon.net if you have any questions.
Instructors: Deloitte
Deadline: October 2, 2009 is the last day to register.  Payment must be received by this date to confirm your registration.
Cancellation:

There is a $50 cancellation fee per registrant on cancellations between September 28 and October 2. Refunds will not be granted after October2, however, substitutions are permitted by notifying Pamela Krakosky.


Location:

Idearc Media
2200 W. Airfield Dr.
DFW Airport, TX 75261-9810


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Employment Opportunities

Zions Bancorporation  (8/18/09)

Senior Auditor

Zions Bancorporation, parent company for Amegy Bank, has an immediate opening for a Senior Auditor. We are looking for an experienced Auditor to join a successful team where innovativeness is embraced and encouraged. Successful candidate will enjoy working in an environment with promotional opportunities, project ownership, and limited travel. You will have the chance to expand your data analysis skills, flowcharting and automated workpaper skills while having access to subject matter experts and excellent leadership.

Responsibilities:

The Senior Auditor is responsible for performing a variety of risk based auditing assignments to assure compliance with established policies and procedures relating to operational, financial, and regulatory controls as well as detecting any fraudulent or wasteful activity. Responsible for developing the audit approach and audit program, completing field work tests and audit reports, and making recommendations for corrective actions when necessary. Follow up to determine that approved recommendations in audit reports are instituted and complied with by departments. Assist outside auditors as assigned. May lead or assists lower level auditors as assigned. Other duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree and 2+ years of directly related audit experience. Banking experience strongly preferred. Frequently contributes to the development of new theories and methods. Critical thinker, effective oral and written communicator. Employs advanced knowledge as a generalist or specialist of auditing procedures, accounting, statistical analysis, legal requirements and government regulations. Good communication and PR skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Software.

Please apply on line to: https://zionsbancorp.taleo.net/careersection/amgexternal/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=11313&media_id={board_instance_id}&src={pipeline_id

or contact:

Trina Eyring at (801) 844-7572 or trina.eyring@zionsbancorp.com


Brinker International  (8/3/09)

Brinker International
Career Opportunity

Position: SOX Analyst
Department: Business Assurance
Apply online: www.BrinkerJobs.com

Overview

An ideal role for individuals with a passion for:

  • learning key business concepts and considerations;
  • analyzing complex and varied aspects of the business;
  • helping organizations become more efficient and effective and
  • effectively managing relationships and communication to deliver valued results.

This position would spend approximately 90% of their time on the Financial Reporting and Control Environment, including Sarbanes Oxley requirements. The remaining 10% of the individual’s time would be spent on special projects for the Accounting, Finance and Operations functions.

Primary Duties

  • Maintain corporate-wide documentation that supports compliance with all Sarbanes-Oxley regulatory requirements
  • Assist in managing the Sarbanes-Oxley compliance program, including participation in the testing of internal controls and tracking of issues and action plans
  • Provide assurance that the key controls are documented, communicated, and operated in compliance with all Sarbanes-Oxley regulatory requirements
  • Serve as an additional Subject Matter Expert (SME) related to Sarbanes-Oxley regulations and requirements
  • Work with Business Units to assist in the identification of weaknesses and the definition of solutions and corrective actions
  • Analyze trends and issues with data collected and effectively communicate to appropriate personnel
  • Support internal and external audit processes related to testing of internal controls
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or related degree.
Professional certification such as Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), preferred.
Public audit and internal audit experience preferred
Three to five years prior audit or accounting experience required.
Practical knowledge of processes, risks and internal controls.
Thorough understanding of audit methodology and process (e.g., COSO and GAAS).
PC proficiency in MSOffice applications (Excel, Word, etc.).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to communicate succinctly and effectively with operating and executive management.
Strong analytical, deductive and problem solving skills.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
Understanding of technical concepts (e.g., COSO).
Retail or restaurant operations experience a plus.
Ability to travel up to 10%.


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