The Dallas Chapter - November 2006 eNews

November 2006

The President’s Letter

The Dallas Chapter had the opportunity to hold the October meeting at the Brookhaven Country Club. I received positive feedback on the location and the service. The Programs Committee also identified a few things that could be managed better for future meetings (e.g., pre- and post-meetings should be held in a separate room from the lunch meeting). We plan to work with the Brookhaven Country Club to address these minor changes so that our March 2007 meeting will run more smoothly.

We will return to Cityplace for the November meeting - our annual joint meeting with the Dallas Chapter of the Association of Government Auditors (AGA). This is our third consecutive year to meet with AGA and I look forward to this networking event. This month our theme is "Corporate Governance." Standard 2130 of The IIA's International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing states that internal audit should assess and make appropriate recommendations for improving the governance process. Refer to the IIA Web site for more details: Your organization's annual internal audit plan should address this standard in some way. This is not to say that every audit should include an assessment of the governance process but you should consider the relevance of this standard to your audits.

I look forward to another successful meeting. If you have any comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or another officer.


Pamela Krakosky
2006-2007 President - Dallas Chapter IIA

Next Meeting - Tuesday, November 7, 2006
Cityplace Conference Center

Corporate Governance
Joint Meeting with the Association of Government Auditors (AGA) Dallas Chapter

Lunch Meeting 12:00pm - 1:20pm
Registration begins at 11:30pm

Migration of SOX from Project to Process

Jim DeLoach, Protiviti Inc.

There are significant opportunities to improve the sustainability of internal control structures within organizations and increase the cost-effectiveness of the compliance process after filing your initial internal control reports required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (“SOX”). To manage your transition from “project to process,” companies need an ongoing infrastructure that leverages learning, institutionalizes compliance, meets audit committee expectations and mines the data for “value-added” opportunities and migration to a faster, more efficient close process.

The “project to process” transition requires a structured approach that will help companies evaluate their options for designing the organizational structure that facilitates ongoing compliance. In this session, Jim will discuss various trends occurring in the marketplace around this area and also provides a suggested approach to this difficult transition where internal audit teams can be “front and center” in helping lead their organizations through this change process.

Jim DeLoach, Protiviti Managing Director, is Protiviti’s leader in developing the firm’s market offerings in the governance services space (including SOX compliance) and in enterprise-wide risk management. He chairs Protiviti’s SOX PMO Task Force, which provides oversight to the quality, consistency and growth of the firm’s initiatives to serve clients and go-to-market with respect to SOX offerings. He is co-author of Managing business risk: An integrated approach, published by The Economist Intelligence Unit in 1995, and of numerous articles covering various aspects of business risk assessment and management.

Jim’s book, Enterprise-wide Risk Management: Strategies for linking risk and opportunity, was published by Financial Times in June 2000 and was the first book written on the subject of enterprise risk management. For three years, he served on the COSO Advisory Board that provided advice and guidance to the development of the new Enterprise Risk Management –Integrated Framework issued by COSO in 2004. He is frequently quoted in the press on governance and risk management matters and has delivered numerous presentations on governance and risk management topics to many companies and groups in 26 countries on every inhabitable continent.

Jim also writes The Bulletin, Protiviti’s publication on governance-related issues, and more recently wrote Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Executive Certification Requirements and all three editions of Guide to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Internal Control Reporting Requirements. He recently wrote Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Enterprise Risk Management, which was published in February 2006.

Pre-Meeting 10:30am

Current Hot Topics at the PCAOB
Dennis R. Jennings, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB)

With a background of corporate failures, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was passed giving rise to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. This session will focus on developments since the inception of the PCAOB with respect to its organizational structure and current issues of interest – “Hot Topics.”

Dennis R. Jennings is a Deputy Director – Inspections, with the PCAOB. His responsibilities include serving as a senior member of the PCAOB’s executive leadership team in Inspections and leading the Dallas Region to help fulfill the Board’s mission of overseeing the auditors of publicly traded companies “in order to protect the interest of investors and further the public interest in the preparation of informative, accurate, and independent audit reports.” Prior to assuming his current position, Dennis was active in the accounting and auditing profession and is retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers where he held numerous leadership roles including co-chairman of a predecessor firm’s energy practice and as a member of PwC’s Global Risk Management Solutions international executive committee where he also led the Global Energy & Mining Practice. He has provided general consulting, accounting and auditing services on an international basis since 1970 to numerous multinational companies in various industries.

Dennis has held numerous leadership roles with such organizations as the Chicago Climate Exchange; North American Petroleum Accounting Conference; Independent Petroleum Association of America; American Petroleum Institute; and the American Institute and Louisiana Society of Certified Public Accountants. He also chaired the Offender Preparation and Education Network, Texas Tech and Tulane University Accounting Advisory Councils and several New Orleans Chamber of Commerce committees while serving as a member of the Chamber’s board of directors. After service as a military advisor to the French and German armies during the Vietnam era, he graduated from Texas Tech University in 1970, Cum Laude, and is the University’s 1997 Distinguished Accounting Alumnus. He is also a 1997 graduate of the Harvard – INSEAD International Business Programme in Fontainebleau, France.

Dennis has been principal co-author of "Petroleum Accounting Principles, Procedures, & Issues 4th & 5th Editions;” contributing author to "Montgomery's Auditing," Eleventh and Twelfth Editions; co-author of "Survey of Accounting Practices in the Oil and Gas Industry," 1994, 1997 and 1999; editor of “Current Developments in Financial Accounting and Reporting” published in the "Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal;" editor of and contributing author to the "Energy Industry Newsletter;" and contributing author to "The Revised Petroleum Accounting Rules.” He has also authored numerous other sustainability and risk management articles and is a frequent speaker on various industry issues.

Post-Meeting 1:30pm

The Role of Internal Auditing in Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Reporting
2006 Esther R. Sawyer Winner Tiffany Daykin

Tiffany Daykin has a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and is currently in the MBA program at UT Dallas, graduating in spring 2007. Tiffany has worked as a software consultant for six years with five years experience focused in the oil and gas (accounting) industry. She left software development to become an engineering consultant for a company called Nexidea. Currently, she is working as an associate at Nexidea and participating and consulting in projects for international refineries.

The Esther R. Sawyer Scholarship Award is granted annually to an individual entering or currently enrolled in a graduate program in internal auditing at an Internal Auditing Educational Partner school, based on submission of an original manuscript. The award honors Esther Sawyer, who was not an internal auditor, but was an avid proponent of internal audit curricula in colleges and universities and promoted internal auditing as a lifetime career.

2006 Award Topic:

Social responsibility reporting by publicly traded companies has become an expected part of doing business on a global scale. The IIA's Standard 2130 on Governance states that internal auditing "should contribute to the organization's governance process by evaluating and improving the process through which:

  1. Values and goals are established and communicated
  2. The accomplishment of goals is monitored
  3. Accountability is ensured
  4. Values are preserved.”

What is the role of internal auditing in sustainable development and corporate social reporting?

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

Preferred Method:

The best method to place and confirm your reservation is via the web site at

Secondary Method:

An optional method is to use the telephone, fax, or e-mail. However, a $2 phone/fax/e-mail fee will be assessed to each reservation.


Paula Whatley
Builders First Source

Meeting / Luncheon Fees:

IIA & AGA Members: $25
Non-Members: $35
Students: $15
Walk-ins/late registrations (members or non): $35
Phone/E-Mail Fee: $2

Reservations and cancellations must be received by 5:00 pm on Friday, November 3, 2006.

We reserve the right to bill for "no-shows."

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 website. 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 Tom Keils at 214-880-3560 or

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

Chapter News

IIA Research Foundation

The Research Foundation has thus far in 2006 issued two additional Global Technology Audit Guides (GTAG). These include:

  • Global Technology Audit Guide 5: Managing and Auditing Privacy Risks - One of the many challenging and formidable risk management issues faced by organizations today is protecting the privacy of customers and employees personal information. This GTAG covers privacy concepts, principles, and frameworks. GTAG 5 will aid Chief Audit Executives, internal auditors, and management to find the right sources as guidance for their organizations. It provides the insight into privacy risks that the organization should address when it collects, uses, retains, or discloses personal information. This GTAG elaborates on how to deal with privacy within the audit process and also provide a generic outline for a privacy audit program.
  • Global Technology Audit Guide 6: Managing and Auditing IT Vulnerabilities - This guide was developed to help chief audit executives (CAEs) and internal auditors ask the right questions of IT security staff when assessing the effectiveness of their vulnerability management processes. Throughout the vulnerability management process, the role of internal auditors is to assess the effectiveness of preventive, detective, and mitigation measures against past and future attacks. In addition, auditors need to inform the board of directors of the threats, vulnerabilities, and corrective measures taken to fix problem areas. In particular, auditors identify where IT security can implement more effective vulnerability management processes and better validate existing vulnerability remediation efforts.

Both of these reports are in paperback form and can be ordered online at –, or calling toll free 1-877-867-4957. (Order number 1012 for Guide number 4 and order number 1017 for Guide number 5, IIA member price - $25, non member price - $30 for each publication.)


The Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation (IIARF) is committed to understanding how the practice of internal auditing is carried out around the world and using this knowledge to provide guidance to our more than 115,000 members. Today, this effort is taking a monumental step forward.

The IIARF is performing an ongoing research program, entitled the Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK), which will broaden our understanding of how internal auditing is practiced around the world. This comprehensive study will be updated every three years and will become a permanent program of The IIA Research Foundation.

What is the Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK)?

  • The most important research study the IIARF has ever undertaken
  • The first project funded by the William Bishop III, CIA Memorial Fund
    • We envision this project to be a living legacy of Bill’s passion for internal auditing
    • Bill was a tremendous supporter of internal audit research and CBOK will provide a fitting tribute to Bill’s contributions to the profession of internal auditing
  • A comprehensive survey that will capture the state of the internal auditing profession throughout the world including: • The knowledge and skills that internal auditors possess
    • The varying skill and organizational levels that practice internal auditing work
    • The actual duties performed by internal auditors
    • The structure of internal audit organizations
    • The types of industries which practice internal audit
    • The regulatory environment of various countries
  • CBOK will provide an understanding of the unique value-added role internal auditing has in organizations throughout the world
    • This understanding will enable us to better define the future of internal auditing and ensure that it remains a vibrant and relevant contribution to organizations
  • The results of CBOK will drive many crucial aspects of The IIA for the next 3 years, including:
    • Certifications and exams
    • Standards
    • Advocacy
    • Practice Advisories
    • Educational Programs
    • Educational Products
    • Publications
  • Visit the CBOK web site at and sign up to take the survey
  • Encourage your co-workers and staff to take the survey when it is released
  • Promote the survey within your organization, IIA chapter or affiliate and other professional groups

We anticipate the release of the survey in the third quarter of 2006. To learn more about CBOK, view project phases, sign up to participate in the survey or keep up to date on the project’s status, visit

Certification News

New Certifications

New CIAs, CGAPs, CFSAs, and CCSAs, that passed the May 2006 exam will receive their certificates and be honored at the November 7 meeting at Cityplace. The IIA will be mailing the certificates to the Dallas Chapter in October. If you are a new CIA/CGAP/CFSA/CCSA, you will get a free lunch for you and your guest! If you are unable to attend the luncheon, please contact Toni Messer, at or 972-883-2693, to make arrangements to obtain your certificate. Details on how to register for the November 7 luncheon will be e-mailed to those satisfying all requirements.

Help! We Need Proctors for the November Exams!

Due to the large number of November exam participants, we need lots of proctors! You can proctor just one part, or even just help out with setting the rooms up and helping with registration before the exams start. If you give four hours, the IIA will buy your lunch and reimburse your mileage. You can even wear jeans!

If you’re interested, please contact Toni Messer at, or 972-883-2693. Please consider giving at least four hours of your time back to the profession and to the Chapter.

CIA Exam Times

The exams will be held November 15-16, 2006, at The University of Texas at Dallas School of Management (SOM) Building. Specific room locations will be posted at Room 1.502. For directions and a map, see the Web site at We will not allow admittance to the exams until 30 minutes prior to the start times. PLEASE ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME FOR PARKING!

Exam Dates & Times
Part I Wednesday, November 15, 2006 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Part II Wednesday, November 15, 2006 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Part III Thursday, November 16, 2006 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Part IV Thursday, November 16, 2006 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
CGAP Thursday, November 16, 2006 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
CCSA Thursday, November 16, 2006 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
CFSA Thursday, November 16, 2006 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Report Your Speaking and Writing

It's time again for the survey to determine which IIA Dallas Chapter members have submitted articles or spoken since October 1. Each speaking engagement on internal auditing that a Dallas Chapter member completes will earn the Chapter 1 credit per CPD hour. Each full article, Roundtable article, Fraud Finding, etc. submitted that meets basic editorial guidelines will earn 5 credits. For each full article published 20 credits are earned. Each internal audit related article published in any other trade or professional journal that is authored by a chapter member is 5 credits.

To report your writing and speaking go to and complete the provided form by November 15, 2006. Contact Gwen Land if you have any questions.


Dallas Chapter Seminars

If you have not visited the SMART conference Web site,, then you have missed our new countdown information. We are now at 51 days until the SMART conference and there are only 40 remaining seats. Don't miss out on this opportunity to hear the great speakers that are lined up to entertain and educate all of us during the conference. Cityplace is the location and it is easily accessible via DART. If you are not an IIA member and register at the non-member price then we will buy you a membership to the IIA. This membership will entitle you to member only services through the IIA and discounts on meetings, conferences and seminars.

Intermediate ACL for Windows

JCPenney in conjunction with Pro-Info Associates, invites you to attend an Intermediate ACL for Windows class on November 28 – 30, 2006. This “hands-on” course will build upon the material and subject matter presented in the Introduction to ACL for Windows class. The course will begin with a brief review of concepts covered in the Introduction to ACL training class. Advanced ACL commands and data analysis techniques will then be introduced and explained. The advantages of “linking” files through establishing ACL data relations will be addressed through the use of real-world data and group exercises. Participants will learn efficient ways to filter or remove unwanted data from their ACL data files. ACL Group and Script commands will be presented as a means to enhance data analysis efficiency and effectiveness. The course will cover the use of advanced ACL Functions to simplify and automate various data analysis tasks. Data normalization techniques will be explained and their uses presented as a means to correct inconsistent data. Time permitting, Benford’s Law theory and its practical applications will be also presented.

Course Prerequisites:
Participants should have previously completed the Introduction to ACL for Windows course or have basic working knowledge of the ACL for Windows software system.

This class will be held at the JCPenney Home Office – Training Room E1-099 on 6501 Legacy Drive, Plano, TX 75025. Course participants will earn 24 hours of CPE credit.

Open-Enrollment Pricing: $600
A. Open-Enrollment Discounts:  
  •  Membership in IIA, ISACA, AGA, Other:
  • Early Registration (before 11/01/2006):

Please make checks payable to Pro-Info Associates. Space is limited for this training, so don't wait to sign up!

Contact Information for registration:    
Pro-Info Associates Contact:
Marc Garcia

(512) 343-2866 phone
(512) 343-6536 fax
JCPenney Contact:
Holly Villanueva

972-431-5982 phone


Career Opportunities

Are you currently in the job market either voluntarily or involuntarily? Let the Employment Committee help you. Send us your resume and we will include you in our resume database. We receive calls from recruiters and hiring managers for open positions and will forward your resume if there is a match. We get calls for staff to director levels, IT to finance, local to out of town. All inquiries will be handled confidentially. If you have any questions, give us a call or e-mail us. We look forward to helping you.

Fred Herman, Employment Committee Chairman, 972-801-1208,

NEC Corporation of America  (10/4/06)


NEC Corporation of America is seeking self-directed, highly motivated audit professionals for its headquarters in Irving, TX.

  • AUDIT SUPERVISOR – Requisition 1464
  • SENIOR AUDITOR – Requisition 1396
  • INTERNAL AUDITOR – Requisition 1308

These professionals will play a key role in expanding the scope of the internal audit function at NEC Corporation of America. These individuals should bring a broad perspective and ability to identify effective and efficient financial, compliance, and process/system controls. They will conduct and lead complex audit assignments in various functional areas. Audit experience in public accounting or corporate internal audit organizations is preferred. Some travel may be required. All positions require a bachelors degree (business/ finance/accounting); experience in internal audit or public accounting; professional certification (CPA, CIA, CISA) preferred. Specific requirements for each position can be found at:

NEC Corporation is recognized as a global leader in high technology. A Global Fortune 500 company, NEC has a history of more than 100 years of leadership and innovation in the core high-technology sectors of communications, computers and electronic components. NEC maintains a strong presence in the United States through affiliates offering products and services in virtually all aspects of business communications, Internet operations, computers and semiconductor technology. NEC Corporation of America, an equal opportunity employer, offers a drug-free work environment and an excellent benefits package.

To apply, please e-mail a current resume to and include the requisition number in the subject line or apply directly through the website:

Sumrall Consultants, Inc.  (10/4/06)

Virginia Sumrall, CPC
Sumrall Consultants, Inc.
Dallas, Texas

Project Manager of Internal Audit

This is a 2 Billion $$ International Firm that has great benefits. They have a pension plan which is rare these days. Other benefits include a long list of work/life benefits. They are also looking for an Audit Senior.

Duties: The Integrated Project Manager directly reports to and supports the Director of Internal Audit in planning, supervising, and executing internal audit activities. The IPM coordinates the department’s risk and control assessment process by assisting audit staff in performing control self-assessment workshops, providing training and support on the use of the software system, and educating management on risk identification and control framework process.
  Specific Responsibilities include:
  • Assist the Director of Internal Audit in supervising ongoing audits, identifying critical control issues, and recommending corrective actions.
  • Prepare audit reports in good form, with recommendations, appraisals, or analyses that will assist the area’s manager with the proper discharge of his or her responsibilities.
  • Provide critical review and edits to the staff’s draft audit reports (and other correspondences) to ensure clarity, conciseness, and comprehensibility. Ensure that audit reports clearly communicate risks and key audit issues from a senior management and Audit Committee perspective.
  • Supervise the work of the Staff Auditor (or other staff as assigned by the Internal Audit Director) as it relates to the assigned audit in accordance with professional standards.
  • Supervise and coach audit staff. This includes ensuring assignments are adequately planned in advance, answering questions, providing technical assistance and information to adequately prepare audit staff, ensuring work is performed in accordance within Internal Audit’s standards.
  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Finance.
  • CPA, CIA, CISA, would be a plus.
  • 25% travel
  • Salary open to experience.

Bored ….Ready to see the World!

International Client… Global Leader in their industry is currently looking for a Financial Auditor with 5+ to 7 years experience. 30% International travel to places like France, Germany, Mexico, Latin America, Australia, Canada, Japan, China, Brazil, etc.

The candidate will bring a broad perspective, financial reporting and controls, risk analysis and quantitative and analytical techniques to understand their operating, financial and accounting systems as a whole. Candidate will be responsible for the planning, supervision and execution of audit engagements including departmental assessments of internal control structure and accounting systems. Responsibilities also include global audits, financial & compliance audits. Preparation of audit reports, and business process improvement projects. Candidate should have strong financial audit experience. Knowledge and past experience with CAAT and or SOP 97-2 would be helpful.. CPA, CIA, CFE, CISA or MBA Preferred.

For more information about this position please contact:

Virginia Sumrall, CPC
Sumrall Consultants, Inc.
Dallas, Texas

Intervoice  (10/4/06)

Career Opportunity: Specialist II, Compliance

Department: CFO – Corporate Compliance

Tasks: Responsible for assisting in evaluating the company's system of internal controls. Much of the work will be related to the documentation and testing of internal controls as required by Sarbanes-Oxley. Reports to the Compliance Manager in Corporate Accounting. This group utilizes an internal audit skill set, but as part of corporate management, is empowered to ensure an effective control environment is implemented. Serves as a role model for company's values and demonstrates the highest ethical standards. May participate as a team member on special projects requiring analytical and risk assessment skills.

Requirements: Bachelors degree in Accounting or related field, as well as two to four years of experience in financial internal auditing required. CPA or candidate preferred. Additional designations desirable, such as CIA or CISA. Sarbanes-Oxley implementation experience is a plus. Requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as good organizational skills and ability to adequately document work papers. Requires excellent analytical skills and attention to detail. Strong computer skills including data analysis tools, Excel, Word, and Outlook are required. Also requires knowledge of SAP and IT Control Environment, or willingness to learn. Limited travel (10%).


Loren Weaver

P: (972) 454-8618
F: (972) 454-8308

Federal Home Loan Bank Of Dallas  (10/4/06)


Title: AUDIT PROJECT LEADER Job Code: 8921 Level: 28
Division/Group: Office of the President Dept: Audit
Reports To: Director, Internal Audit Last Revision: September 2006

Under general supervision, performs professional auditing work of considerable difficulty and complexity, supervising and performing complex or technical audits; aids the Director of Internal Audit in providing work direction to other professional auditors.

1. Monitors work assignments to ensure timely completion and performs detailed quality assurance reviews of workpapers and report drafts to ensure completeness and accuracy of audit reports and compliance with professional standards. 25
2. Coordinates, plans, supervises and conducts audits, which are frequently complex in nature, of financial, compliance, operational, and IT areas to determine if operating units are in compliance with Bank policies and procedures, applicable laws and regulations and GAAP. 20
3. Coordinates and manages the work of staff auditors when assigned and assists the Director of Internal Audit in training and staff development. Also, may coordinate and assist Bank’s CPA firm in their annual examination. 20
 4. Establishes audit objectives and develops audit programs including time estimates, plan of work, and steps necessary to collect data and document findings. Uses a variety of data analysis techniques and innovative approaches to analyze bank performance and identify areas for improvement. 15
5. Responsible for the development of audit findings and summaries; completes and monitors field work, completes and reviews workpapers, edits preliminary drafts and coordinates the preparation of the final audit report. 10
6. Determines if appropriate corrective action has been taken on deficiencies noted during audits and examinations by testing corrective action and reporting the results to management. 5
7. Provides consulting service to clients on matters relating to internal control, operations or accounting matters, while maintaining effective working relationships with other bank departments, directors and external auditors. 5
 8. Assumes additional responsibilities as assigned  


  1. Bachelors degree with a major in accounting. A business related degree may be substituted provided the candidate has completed at least 18 hours of accounting courses and 3 or more hours of computer science courses.
  2. Ability to supervise and train other professionals.
  3. Professional Certification (CPA, CIA or CISA) required.
  4. 5-7 years experience in all types of audits including financial, operational and IT/EDP, (significant and related bank accounting experience of a comparable nature may be substituted in lieu of part of this experience requirement.)
  5. Excellent microcomputer skills. Advanced skills with spreadsheets and word processors. Intermediate skills in operating systems and utility programs, with knowledge of flowcharting software preferred.
  6. Working knowledge of audit software required.
  7. Excellent communication, project management and interpersonal skills.
  8. Strong detail orientation and excellent analytical skills.

To apply please visit our website at

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

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