CONTRACT AND BUYERS GUIDES: PEO EIS Acqusition Domain

PEO EIS PROGRAMS AND SYSTEMS
1.0  Acquisition Domain (AD), Fort Belvoir, VA
Mission
The Project Director (PD) for the Acquisition Domain is responsible for the integration and synchronization of information technology programs that support the business processes of the acquisition community.  The PD is responsible for ensuring that respective programs are functioning smoothly with respect to cost, schedule and performance.  Programs are described in the paragraphs below.
     Telephone: (703) 906-0574 / DSN: 656

1.1 Acquisition, Logistics & Technology Enterprise Systems & Services (ALTESS), Radford, VA
Product Director (PdD) ALTESS provides full life cycle information technology solutions, support and services to the Army’s acquisition community and hosted customers in a secure environment.  ALTESS is the guardian of the Army’s acquisition data. Using advanced technologies and established business processes, they provide the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics & Technology and the Army Acquisition Executive with full PEO/PM life cycle management and budget tools. The state-of-the-art Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) allows real-time situational awareness of enterprise systems and service.  ALTESS’ strategic foundation focuses on ‘People, Processes and Technology’ and uses proven business methods such as Lean Six Sigma and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL).  ALTESS has become a world class service provider giving our clients and partners the best possible service as well as providing America’s war fighters with decision-making information worldwide.
     Website: http://www.altess.army.mil
     Telephone: (800) 981-3234 / DSN: 231-3434

1.2 AcqBusiness Systems (AcqBusiness), Alexandria, VA
Product Manager (PdM) AcqBusiness Systems provides the Acquisition Domain Community with a set of visible, accessible, and understandable tools and capabilities to access disparate and authoritative data sources via a suite of business services within the Army supported Net-Center Enterprise Services Environment. Utilizing a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), the suite of tools and capabilities will provision Acquisition Life Cycle process participants the information management services necessary to efficiently and effectively equip the war fighter.

PdM AcqBusiness was chartered in August of 2006 to provide the Acquisition Community with a centrally managed and centrally funded set of enterprise and information management tools and capabilities which support the processes by which the War fighter obtains supplies, services, and material. PdM AcqBusiness extends the principles of Net-Centric Warfare to the business systems within the Army Acquisition Domain (AD).
     Website: http://acqbusiness.army.mil
     Telephone:  (703) 797-8890

2.0 Army Knowledge Online (AKO), Fort Belvoir, VA
Mission
Project Director (PD) AKO will transform the Army Portal into a Department of Defense Portal that enhances collaboration efforts by enabling services to organize and share information and be strategically responsive and dominant at every point in the spectrum of defense operations.

Description
As the linchpin of the Army’s intranet, Army Knowledge Online (AKO) is the single point of entry into a robust knowledge management system. AKO is available to Active Army, Army Reserve, Army National Guard, Department of the Army civilians, Army retirees (AD, USAR, ARNG and DAC) and Army-sponsored guests. 

Under phase one of the Defense Department’s launch of Defense Knowledge Online, servicemen and women from the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Air Force, the Navy, the Marines Corps and the Joint Forces Command are eligible for unsponsored AKO accounts.  Initially, DKO offers the same services to users as those available to AKO account holders with the exception of some Army unique applications or Army-funded programs based on the Army population.

Products and Services

* Secure architecture
* A highly restricted repository for sensitive and classified information (SIPRNet)
* Site map of organizational pages
* A Self Service center for  Antivirus Services, DA Forms and Pubs, My Benefits, My Education, My Family, My Finance, My Legal, My Medical, My Personnel, My Readiness, My Reference, My Security, My Training, My Travel, and My Weather
* A 24 x 7 Help Desk to provide customer support for NIPRNet and SIPRNet
* E-mail
* Army Knowledge Centers (Files area)
* Instant Messaging
* Video Messaging
* Forums
* Groups
* My Forms
* A worldwide people locator for anyone with an AKO account (Army White Pages)
* Search
* Key Links

     Website: https://www.us.army.mil
     Telephone: (703) 704-3727 / DSN: 654

3.0 Army Small Computer Program (ASCP), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Mission
To be the Army’s primary source to support the war fighter’s information dominance objectives by developing, implementing and managing commercial information technology through Web-based contracts that provide comprehensive hardware and software solutions with mission-focused support services within the Army’s LandWarNet enterprise.

Description
The Project Director (PD), Army Small Computer Program is the Army’s designated “primary source” for commercial IT. ASCP provides a no-fee flexible procurement strategy through which an Army user can procure IT hardware, software, and services via an e-commerce based process. 

ASCP works diligently with other Army Knowledge Management (AKM) partners including the Army Chief Information Officer (CIO)/G-6, the Installation Management Agency (IMA) and NETCOM to provide architecturally sound, standards and policy compliant IT enterprise solutions to all Army posts, camps and stations around the world.

In accordance with Army Regulation 25-1, “Army Knowledge Management and Information Technology Management,” the ASCP is the organization responsible for implementing consolidated buys of desktop and notebook computers and monitors for the Army at the enterprise level. The “Consolidated Buy (CB)” Process is in direct support of the CIO/G-6 strategy for acquiring these devices and is the most cost effective approach to meeting these requirements.

In December 2002 the Army CIO/G-6 signed an Army policy letter mandating the use of the Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI) agreements and naming the Army Small Computer Program as the Army’s ESI Software Product Manager. In this capacity, ASCP has the responsibility of managing the DOD and Army Enterprise Software Agreements (ESAs). CIO/G-6 delegated ASCP waiver authority if the ESA cannot meet user requirements.

Products and Services
Products
    • Desktops/Workstations
    • Handheld Devices
    • Monitors
    • Networking Products
    • Notebooks
    • Ruggedized Devices
    • Printers Document Processors
    • Servers
    • Storage/Network Storage
    • Thin Client
    • Teleconferencing

Services
    • Business Process Reengineering
    • Information Systems Security
    • Software/Middleware Development
    • Enterprise Design
    • Integration and Consolidation
    • Education/Training
    • Program/Project Management
    • Systems Operation and Maintenance
    • Network Support

Enterprise Software Agreements
    • Database Management Tools
    • Enterprise Architecture Tools
    • Enterprise Management
    • Information Assurance
    • No Cost Software
    • Office Software
    • Software Asset Management

     Website: https://ascp.army.mil
     Telephone: (732) 427-6791 / DSN: 987


4.0 Defense Communications and Army Switched Systems (DCASS),
Fort Monmouth, NJ
Mission
Project Manager (PM) DCASS acquires and fields the Army’s worldwide installation level telecommunications/information infrastructure (voice and data switches and outside cable plant), including the hardware and software required for Enterprise Solutions, through the Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP).  PM DCASS also manages the Defense Message System-Army (DMS-A)
and the Technology Applications Office (TAO) programs.

Description
PM DCASS provides core LandWarNet data backbone and telecommunications infrastructure upgrades and modernizations to worldwide Army installations in support of Reachback, Global Information Grid (GIG), GIG Bandwidth Expansion (GIG-BE), and Net-Centricity.  PM DCASS is responsible for providing enterprise solutions in support of the Army Knowledge Management (AKM) Goal 3 to “Manage the Infostructure as Enterprise to enhance Capabilities and Efficiencies.”  The I3MP infrastructure is critical for power projection of the digital division and employment of advanced technology for an agile combat force.  PM DCASS programs in theater are critical enablers for Army Transformation, Global Defense Posture Realignment (GDPR), Global Basing and Re-Stationing and the Army Campaign Plan.  PM DCASS partners with the world’s leading Information and Telecommunications companies through the Installation Modernization (IMOD) contract in implementing tailored I3MP solutions. The Technology Integration Center (TIC) and Joint Interoperability and Test Center (JITC) respectively recommend and certify all major I3MP components for interoperability and capacity. 

DCASS programs and systems are described in paragraphs below. 
     Website: http://www.eis.army.mil/dcass
     Telephone: (732) 532-7910 / DSN: 992

4.1 Defense Communications Systems - CONUS (DCS-C), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Product Manager (PdM) DCS-CONUS centrally manages the I3MP in the Continental United States (CONUS).  The I3MP upgrades the capacity and reliability of the installed Army voice and data infrastructure (outside cable plant, voice and data switching).

DCS-C provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge- based operation, and enhances connectivity between forward deployed and stay behind forces (split base and reachback requirements).  Through a variety of voice/data programs, DCS-C provides high capacity capabilities and near real-time throughput for data, cable and voice solutions in support of installation communications during readiness, training and mobilization for the sustaining base and for tactical and strategic systems that operate within the confines of the installation.  
     Website: http://www.eis.army.mil/dcass/dcs-c.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-7911 / DSN: 992

4.2 Defense Communications System-Europe (DCS-E), Mannheim, Germany
Product Manager (PdM) DCS-E centrally manages the I3MP in the European theater.  The I3MP upgrades the capacity and reliability of the installed Army voice and data infrastructure (outside cable plant, voice and data switching).

DCS-E provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge- based operation for Army installations, support activities, and deployed combat forces in the European theater.  Through a variety of voice/data programs, DCS-E provides high capacity capabilities and near real time throughput as part of its data, cable and voice solutions.  These solutions support  installation communications during readiness, training, and mobilization of the sustaining base and support tactical and strategic systems that operate within the area of responsibility.  
     Website: http://www.eis.army.mil/dcass/dcs-e.html
     Telephone: 011-49-621-730-5960 / DSN: 314-380-5960

4.3 Defense Communications System-Pacific (DCS-P), Schofield Barracks, HI
Product Manager (PdM) DCS-P centrally manages the I3MP in the Pacific theater (Alaska, Hawaii, Korea, Japan and Kwajalein.  The I3MP upgrades the capacity and reliability of installed Army voice and data infrastructure (outside cable plant, voice and data switching)
    DCS-P provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge-based operation for Army installations, support activities and deployed combat forces in the Pacific theater.  Through a variety of voice/data programs, DCS-P provides high capacity capabilities and near real time throughput as part of its data, cable and voice solutions.  These solutions support installation communications during readiness, training, and mobilization of the sustaining base and support tactical and strategic systems that operate within the area of responsibility.  In addition to Schofield Barracks, HI, the DCS-P has offices at Fort Monmouth, NJ and in Yongsan (Seoul), Korea.
     Website: http://www.eis.army.mil/dcass/dcs-p.html
     Telephone: (808) 655-2136 / DSN: 315-455-2136

4.4 Defense Communications Systems-Southwest Asia (DCS-SWA)
The Assistant Project Manager (APM), Defense Communications Systems - Southwest Asia (DCS-SWA) designs, procures, tests, and fields high-capacity data, imagery, and voice capabilities to support the deployed war fighter in Southwest Asia, and to allow the Army to manage its Southwest Asia Infostructure as an Enterprise.

DCS-SWA provides a robust and scalable-networked information infrastructure to Army installations, support activities and deployed combat forces in the Southwest Asia Theater. Through a variety of voice, data, cable and information assurance programs, DCS-SWA provides high capacity capabilities and near real-time throughput in support of sustainment, contingencies and split-based operations for the Future Combat Systems (FCS), Home Station Operation Centers (HSOC) and other Army systems.  DCS-SWA is a critical enabler for Army Enterprise, Army Knowledge Management (AKM) and Army Campaign Plan.
     Website: http://www.eis.army.mil/dcass/DCS-SWA.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-2074 / DSN: 992

4.5 Defense Messaging System-Army (DMS-A), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Product Manager (PdM) DMS-A provides a single, secure, global inter-service messaging capability extending from the sustaining base to the War fighter.  DMS is the DoD’s official system of record for organizational messaging and Command and Control, as established under ASD C31I memorandum dated 12 April 2001. 

Features of DMS are: user operated service; a single form of messaging service and simplified message format; multi-level secure processing through the use of multi-level information systems security initiative; automated local distribution; and multi-function workstations for most users.  DMS tactical implementation provides the War fighter with messaging support for the joint task force environment and across the continuum of Army operations. 
     Website: https://www.dms.army.mil
     Telephone: (732) 532-7913 / DSN: 992

4.6 Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP) Enterprise Systems (IES), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Assistant Project Manager (APM) I3MP Enterprise Systems (IES) provides the Army with capabilities and adaptive processes that support net-centricity, secure access to knowledge and improved information systems and services throughout the Army environment.

IES supports the Army’s ability to integrate and manage the infrastructure as an enterprise to enhance capabilities and efficiencies through the implementing enterprise system.  Examples include e-mail, Active Directory, Army global directories, Area Processing Centers (APC) and related technologies deployed across all Army organizations.  As the Army moves toward overall enterprise management, the efficiencies associated with the IES mission will reduce total cost of ownership. IES provides for the engineering, acquisition, implementation and management of the Army’s installation level infrastructure to include the hardware and software required to manage the enterprise at Army posts, camps and stations worldwide. IES provides capabilities to support the Global Information Grid (GIG), GIG Bandwidth Expansion (GIG-BE), the Army Campaign Plan, Modularity, Army Expeditionary, Joint and Combined Forces, Reachback and the implementation of Army Knowledge Management.
     Website: http://www.eis.army.mil/dcass/ies.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-7963 / DSN: 992

4.7 Technology Application Office (TAO), Fort Detrick, MD
Technology Applications Office is a functionally integrated, task force organization designed to provide centralized, life cycle management, engineering, fielding and operation of IT and infrastructure projects, supporting programs approved by Headquarters, Department of the Army. TAO also provides operational support in identifying, developing, testing and evaluating emerging technologies for interoperability and integration into information management equipment and systems. 

TAO has a cradle to grave contracting capability and uses a full range of procurement vehicles, to include GSA (Federal Supply Codes 58 and 70 and related services), the Army Small Computer Program and Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs).
     Telephone: (301) 619-6330 / DSN: 343

5.0 Defense Communications and Army Transmissions Systems (DCATS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Mission
DCATSProject Manager (PM) DCATS supports joint war fighters, major commands and Combatant Commanders with dedicated worldwide strategic satellite ground components and long-haul terrestrial microwave communications systems, tech control facilities, command center upgrades, base radios, combat vehicle intercom systems and deployed forces infrastructure.

Description
PM DCATS manages a suite of more than 100 projects. They provide centralized, intensive project management of communications transmission systems projects and other special programs worldwide. With a track record of proven success since 1967, PM DCATS can provide the long-haul connectivity customers need, using microwave, satellite, fiber optic or copper cable links regardless of distance, terrain or other impediments.

DCATS programs and systems are described in the paragraphs below.
     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/
     Telephone: (732) 532-7920 / DSN: 992

5.1 Command Center Upgrades/Special Projects Office (CCU/SPO),
Fort Monmouth, NJ
CCU/SPO provides overall project management, engineering, acquisition, installation, integration and testing for the upgrade, modernization or relocation of Command, Control, Communications and Computers Information System (C4IS) operations and systems at Army, Joint and Combined Headquarters/Command Centers and other C4IS-intensive facilities. CCU/SPO not only has decades of experience in command center upgrades, but also has expertise in technical disciplines including voice, video, data, long-haul communications, telephone switching, software intelligence, audio-visual distribution briefing display systems and emergency response systems (911).

CCU/SPO has a proven track record of bringing to bear its vast multi-disciplined expertise to provide integrated command center systems – sometimes fitting systems “hand-in-glove” into a new facility as it’s being built - and other times retrofitting systems into existing buildings. CCU/SPO maintains field offices in Korea, Germany and Florida to better support Combatant Commander war fighting requirements.

Products and Services

* U.S. African Command (AFRICOM) Command Center
* Support to U.S. European Command (EUCOM)
* Foreign Military Sales
* U.S. Forces Korea (USFK)/Combined Forces Command (CFC) Command Center/Command Post (CC/CP) Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Modernization
* Eighth Army CC/CP C4I Modernization
* U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) relocation
* U.S. Special Operations Command South (SOCSOUTH) relocation
* U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) relocation
* Rock Island Arsenal E-911 system     

     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/ccuspo.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-7953 / DSN: 992

5.2 Defense Wide Transmission Systems (DWTS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Project Manager (PM) DWTS acquires and fields commercial (COTS) and non-developmental (NDI) strategic long-haul, base-support and Combat Service Support communications systems worldwide for DoD and other U.S. Government Agencies, as well as providing cradle to grave life-cycle support.

Rather than managing a single product line, PM DWTS manages nearly 40 diverse projects – supporting warfighters in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Germany, Korea, Japan and CONUS – and spanning the product areas of transmission systems, satellite communications systems, fiber optic networks, microwave networks, tech control facilities, power systems, wireless networks, and services including operation of network management centers and management of a multi-billion dollar contract. PM DWTS interfaces with and supports customers including the Army, Marines, Air Force, Defense Intelligence Agency, Multi-National Forces-Iraq, Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC), Combatant Commanders, Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) and Dept. of State.

Products and Services

* Combat Service Support Very Small Aperture Terminals (CSS VSAT)
* Combat Service Support Automated Information Systems Interface (CAISI)
* U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) Army Sustainment Command (ASC) VSAT Communications System
* U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) VSAT
* COB Speicher Tech Control Facility
* Communications infrastructure in Green Zone, Baghdad, Iraq
* Central Iraq Microwave System (CIMS)
* Mobile and Deployable Port Operations Centers (MPOC, DPOC)
* World Wide Satellite Systems (WWSS) contract
* Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) VSAT
* Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal (JEOD) VSAT
* Camp Buehring C4 Building
* Camp Arifjan Bldg 209     

     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/dwts.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-3048 / DSN: 992

5.3 Land Mobile Radio (LMR), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Assistant Project Manager (APM) LMR modernizes the Army’s CONUS non tactical LMR systems that support installation public safety first responders, force protection, installation management and homeland defense. APM LMR also manages the Base Radio System (BRS) contracts used by DoD and other Federal Agencies to acquire LMR products and services.

APM LMR provides spectrum efficiencies by executing the migration of Army posts, camps and stations to narrowband frequencies as mandated by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). APM LMR acquires solutions that meet Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) P25 interoperability standards.

Products and Services

* Complete LMR systems
* Controllers
* System management terminals
* Repeaters
* Dispatch consoles
* Antennas
* Handheld, mobile and desktop radios
* Engineering services
* Maintenance services     

     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/lmr.html
     Telephone: (732) 427-6754 / DSN: 987

5.4 Satellite Communications Systems (SCS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Product Director (PdD) SCS manages the modernization, development and acquisition of Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) earth terminals and baseband equipment for all military services and agencies.

SCS represents a “system of systems” approach for DoD SATCOM sites and facilities. SCS combines baseband and terminals expertise in one organization, to provide comprehensive configuration management; systems engineering for all strategic, teleport, STEP and gateway site; resolution of interoperability and interface issues between baseband and RF equipment; application of Army and DoD policies, directives and mandates; planning and execution of advanced technology demonstration programs, and a common ILS leadership to minimize redundancies and jurisdictional issues.

Products and Services

* AN/GSC-52 Modernization
* Ka Satellite Transmit and Receive Systems (KaSTARS) (AN/GSC-70)
* Modernization of Enterprise Terminal (MET)
* Enhanced Bandwidth Efficient Modem (EBEM)
* Multiplexer Integration and DCSS Automation System (MIDAS)
* Joint IP Modem (JIPM)
* DoD Teleport
* Fixed Regional Hub Node (FRHN)
* Standard Tactical Entry Point (STEP
* Jam- Résistant Satellite Communications (JRSC)
* Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS)
* Forward-Based X-Band Transportable (FBX-T)
* Special Communications Link (SCL)
* X-Band All-Digital Receiver (ADR)     

     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/scs.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-3281 / DSN: 992

5.5 Vehicular Intercom Systems (VIS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Assistant Project Manager (APM) VIS provides Vehicular Intercom Systems which allow Soldiers to communicate in the high-noise environments of combat vehicles – a high Army priority. APM VIS is providing VIC-3 kits for most tactical vehicles deployed in Iraq; new-technology headsets and wireless devices also are provided for use with the VIC-3, in support of National Reset.

VIS allows crews of tactical vehicles to communicate with each other above vehicle and/or combat noise. VIS allows all crew members to receive/transmit over a military radio and protects Soldiers from permanent hearing damage from high noise levels in modern tactical vehicles. VIS is the standard vehicle intercom in more than 50 tactical vehicle variants. Multiple components allow tailoring for specific vehicle configurations and interfaces with many military communications systems. VIS is the common intercom solution across vehicle platforms.

Products and Services

* Improved Tactical Headset
* Installation kits and support
* Multiple platform support for vehicles deploying to/returning from Iraq
* Integrating VIS into numerous vehicles being acquired to defend Soldiers and Marines against IEDs in Iraq, including the Buffalo, Cougar, RG-31 and Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Rapid Response Vehicle (JERRV)     

     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/vis.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-6687 / DSN: 992

5.6 Wideband Control (WC), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Assistant Project Manager (APM) WC is the manager for the development, acquisition, testing, fielding, training and sustainment of satellite control systems for the Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) and Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) programs.

Without Wideband Control equipment and software, defense satellites are just metal floating in space. APM WC acquires and installs state-of-the-art strategic satellite network control and planning systems for use with the DSCS, WGS and commercial satellite systems. The satellite configuration control element enables commanding and controlling of the satellite platform and configuration control of its communications payload. The health and status of the satellite is also monitored via downlink telemetry data. The DSCS Integrated Management System (DIMS) is considered the data meeting place; data exchanges among subsystems, dissemination of communication plans and situational awareness data flows are all managed here. Common Network Planning Software (CNPS) plans and schedules strategic and tactical communication links on current and future military and commercial transponded satellites. A flexible design allows evolving operational requirements to be processed and appropriate satellite resources to be allocated in support of user missions. The Spectrum Monitoring System (SMS) provides satellite spectrum analysis, detection of unauthorized user access and provides an indicator of satellite transponder saturation point. These subsystems aide and ensure efficient use of satellite power and bandwidth. The Objective DSCS Operational Control System (ODOCS) work station provides a unified human computer interface (HCI) platform for display of control/ monitoring subsystems located within the Wideband Satellite Operation Centers (WSOCs) and management sites. All of the subsystems operations and communications between operators and processors are provided at one console location and are viewed from a multi-headed work station, which allows access to the network database and permits simultaneous display of data base components on the ODOCS WS. These systems are typically deployed at Wideband Satellite Operation Centers (WSOCs) worldwide.

Products and Services

* Replacement Satellite Configuration Control Element (RSCCE)
* Gapfiller Satellite Configuration Control Element (GSCCE)
* DSCS Integrated Management System (DIMS)
* Common Network Planning Software (CNPS)
* Spectrum Monitoring System (SMS)
* Objective DSCS Operational Control System (ODOCS) Network and Work Station

     Website: https://www.eis.army.mil/dcats/wc.html
     Telephone: (732) 532-2049 / DSN: 992

 

PEO EIS Industry Days 2008
Armed Forces Communications-Electronics Association –
Fort Belvoir Chapter and the United States Army
Program Executive Office Enterprise Information
Systems present Industry Days 2008.

 

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