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The Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel (DON OGC) is a world-class legal organization, composed of talented, trained, and dedicated professionals, working together to aid our clients in achieving the DON's mission.  We are see​king attorneys and support staff with diverse experiences and backgrounds, with strong legal skills, that share in our dedication to public service to support the Department of the Navy's mission.
DON OGC is committed to equal employment opportunity in our hiring process. We actively seek qualified applications among women and minority law students and attorneys, and make offers to comparably qualified applicants regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, political affiliation, or marital status.
 

 

 

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DON OGC hires attorneys at all levels of experience from recent law school graduates to individuals with many years of experience.  Our attorneys can be licensed in any state, territory, or the District of Columbia.  We have attorneys from 175 law schools currently represented in our ranks.  DON OGC has an extremely diverse practice including: Government ContractsEmployment/LaborComplex LitigationIntellectual PropertyGovernment EthicsReal EstateFiscal, as well as other more specialized areas. 

Minimum Qualifications:  DON OGC seeks attorneys with diverse backgrounds, who like a challenge, and welcome immediate responsibility. Our job announcements provide information regarding specific qualifications, but we generally seek the following: 

 
  • A strong academic record or proven employment record
  • Good research and writing skills
  • Talent for building client relationships
  • An interest in serving our nation as a civilian attorney

 

Salary Information:  Attorneys are hired at the GS-11 pay grade (or equivalency) through GS-15 grade (or equivalency). The pay offered will be based upon the successful applicant's qualifications and funding availability.  To be eligible for selection at the GS-11 level, the applicant must have one year of relevant experience in the OGC practice area cited in the announcement. To be eligible for selection at the GS-12 level, the applicant must have two years of experience in an OGC practice or one year of experience plus an LLM. To be eligible for selection at the GS-13 level, the applicant must have in excess of two years of experience in an OGC practice area.  To be eligible for selection at the GS-14 level, the applicant must have a minimum of three and one-half years of experience in an OGC practice area.  To be eligible for selection at the GS-15 level, the applicant must have a minimum of five and a half years of experience in an OGC practice area.​

 

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66-20 Assistant Counsel6/1/2020Norfolk, VAGS-11/12/13/14
Assistant Counsel
There is an anticipated vacancy for one or more attorneys to serve as an Assistant Counsel in the Office of Counsel, Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia. Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) is a field office under the headquarters Office of Counsel, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), and part of the Department of the Navy (DON) Office of the General Counsel (OGC). NAVSEA is responsible for the development, acquisition, and maintenance of ships, shipboard systems, and ordnance for the DON, with an annual budget of over $30 billion and a workforce of roughly 80,000 military and civilian personnel. NNSY is the oldest United States Navy Shipyard and largest public shipyard on the East Coast. It is one of the largest shipyards in the world specializing in repairing, overhauling and modernizing U.S. Navy ships and submarines. NNSY employs approximately 10,500 civilians and 500 military personnel. The NAVSEA Office of Counsel employs over 150 lawyers at the Washington, D.C. Headquarters and in 21 field offices throughout the U.S.

The successful candidate will be expected to practice primarily in civilian personnel law, but will also provide legal services in the areas of federal acquisition law, ethics, standards of conduct, the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act, fiscal law, and the other practice areas listed above. The successful candidate is expected to provide legal advice and assistance on civilian personnel and labor law, including litigating before the Merit Systems Protection Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, federal district court, and union grievance arbitrations. The successful candidate will also work closely with management and Human Resources on preventative law matters, such as advising on disciplinary actions, administrative investigations, requests for reasonable accommodation, and security matters.

Positions will be filled at the GS-11, 12, 13, or 14 level and will have a full performance level of GS-14. The actual grade will depend on the qualifications of the successful applicant.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, two recent and relevant legal writing samples (no longer than 10 pages each; portions of longer work products are acceptable) that demonstrate analytical and/or advocacy abilities, the two most recent performance appraisals (if available), and the names and telephone numbers of at least three references who may be contacted. Attorneys who have graduated from law school less than 5 years prior to the announcement closing date must provide a copy of their law school transcripts including class rank. Current federal employees must also provide a copy of their most recent SF-50 form. Please redact social security numbers from any submitted documents. Performance appraisals should include the rating official's narrative. The application should indicate the lowest grade level that the applicant will consider.

Interested attorneys with questions may contact Mr. James M. Metcalfe, NNSY Counsel, at (757) 284-5696.

Electronic applications are being received at this time and should be sent to nssc_navsea_ogc_vaca@navy.mil. The subject line of the message should state the Personnel Notice Number. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

This Personnel Notice will close on June 1, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM, EST, and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.
69-20 6/4/2020Washington Navy Yard, DCGS-15
Attorney Advisor (Senior Trial Attorney)
There are several vacancies for the position of Senior Trial Attorney on the Contracts Litigation trial team within the Naval Litigation Office, Office of the General Counsel, Department of the Navy. The positions are located at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.

The Naval Litigation Office (NLO) is part of the Office of the General Counsel for the Department of the Navy, which generally provides all legal services throughout the Department in the area of commercial law, including the conduct of civil litigation arising in the General Counsel's areas of responsibility. Consistent with the procedures and policies of the Office of the General Counsel and the NLO, the incumbent will principally represent the Department of the Navy before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. The incumbent will also assist the Department of Justice in matters filed against the Department of the Navy in the Court of Federal Claims or other federal courts and may be assigned to other matters as the needs of the office require. The cases may involve hundreds of millions of dollars or have critical impacts on the mission of the Department.

The positions will be filled under the General Schedule (GS) pay system at the GS-15 level.

To be selected at the GS-15 level, the successful applicant must have at least five-and-a-half years of recent and relevant legal experience, including demonstrated experience in complex litigation or government contracts.

Our contract teams handle a varied caseload; applicants with recent, hands-on government contracts litigation experience or in a complex commercial litigation and/or construction practice are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include preparing pleadings, written discovery, motions and legal memoranda, witness interviews, taking and defending depositions, working with the Navy's experts, first/second chair hearings, issuing and managing litigation hold notices, document collection, and working with NLO's litigation support contractor to manage electronic document databases. Travel is required and is determined by the needs of each case.

Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining their interest in the position; an SF-171, OF-612, or a resume; two most recent performance appraisals, if available; two legal writing samples; and the names and phone numbers of at least three references (other than their immediate supervisor) that may be contacted. Current federal government employees should indicate in their application their present GS level or equivalent and salary.

Interested attorneys may contact Mr. Russ Shultis, Assistant Director, at (202) 685-7034 or Ms. Andrea Brotherton, at (202)685-6985 for additional information.

Electronic submissions are being accepted and should be sent to Joan Brown at joan.brown@navy.mil. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

This announcement will close on June 4, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM (EST), and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.
70-205/27/2020Norfolk, VAGS-15
Supervisory Associate Counsel
The Military Sealift Command (MSC) Office of Counsel anticipates a vacancy for a senior attorney to serve as a Supervisory Associate Counsel in its Headquarters Office, located in Norfolk, Virginia office.  The Supervisory Associate Counsel is a direct report to the Deputy Counsel and works closely with MSC's Counsel as well as MSC Commander and staff, Senior Executive Service (SES) members and other MSC leadership.

The MSC Office of Counsel consists of twenty-eight attorneys and four support staff members assigned to offices located in the Norfolk headquarters as well as San Diego, Singapore, Italy, and Bahrain.  The MSC Office of Counsel provides legal services to MSC headquarters and field activities.  MSC is a major Navy Command and the Navy component of the joint service United States Transportation Command.  MSC is responsible for a variety of missions, including providing strategic sealift for the Department of Defense, direct fleet support to the Navy combatant fleet, and conducting special missions involving the operation of ships for Department of Defense components.  MSC is unique in that it is both a fleet operational agency and a procurement activity.  MSC operates a fleet of approximately 125 vessels including both Government-owned and privately-owned chartered dry cargo vessels, tankers, naval auxiliary ships, and special mission ships. MSC's Government-owned ships are operated either by civil service mariners or contract operators who employ private sector mariners.  For additional information on MSC and the Office of Counsel for the Military Sealift Command, go to www.msc.navy.mil.

The Supervisory Associate Counsel will serve as the Civilian Personnel Law (CPL) Section Head and will directly supervise a staff of six attorneys.  The CPL Section is responsible for providing advice and representation in all areas of CPL, including matters pertaining to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), federal court litigation, labor law matters, disciplinary actions, performance appraisals and requests for reasonable accommodation.  In addition to supervising the CPL Section, the incumbent is responsible for providing legal advice to the Commander, MSC, to subordinate commands, and to other MSC personnel in all practice areas described above.  The incumbent will also advise on matters related to labor/management relations involving MSC’s civilian mariner workforce, including development of policy, Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiation strategy, grievances and arbitrations.

This is a senior attorney supervisory position that requires the selectee to exercise significant responsibility and will be filled at the GS-15 level.  To be selected at the GS-15 level, the successful candidate must have at least five and one-half years of recent and relevant experience, including demonstrated experience in civilian personnel litigation.


Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter that address the evaluation criteria for this position, two brief legal writing samples (no longer than 20 pages total) that demonstrate analytical and/or advocacy abilities, two recent performance appraisals (if available), and names and telephone numbers of at least three references who may be contacted.

Interested attorneys are encouraged to contact Mr. Timothy P. Murphy at 757.443.1215 or by e-mail at tim.murphy@navy.mil for more information.

Electronic applications are being accepted and should be sent to tim.murphy@navy.mil. The subject line of the message should state the Personnel Notice Number. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

This announcement will close on May 27, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM (EST), and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.
71-206/16/2020Norfolk, VAGS-12/13/14
Assistant Counsel
There is a current vacancy for an Assistant Counsel within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic (NAVFAC MIDLANT) located in Norfolk, Virginia. NAVFAC MIDLANT is an Echelon IV command, within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, that is responsible for providing public works, construction, environmental, planning and design, and real estate services to Naval and other Department of Defense activities in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, and portions of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States. Among other things, it is responsible for facilities construction and maintenance at Naval Base Norfolk, the world’s largest naval concentration.

The NAVFAC MIDLANT Office of Counsel is a field activity of the NAVFAC Atlantic, Office of Counsel, Norfolk, VA, and is a part of the NAVFAC Office of Counsel, which is headquartered in Washington, DC, and comprised of approximately 100 attorneys around the world. The NAVFAC MIDLANT Office of Counsel is currently comprised of 17 attorneys. Legal advice is provided on the full range of issues encountered by the client, with a concentration in procurement of construction, facilities maintenance, architecture/engineering and base operations services, and in the areas of real estate, environmental and civilian personnel law. Other practice areas include fiscal law, the Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act, and ethics.

The successful applicant’s duties will be primarily in the area of government contract law. However, he/she may also be assigned duties in the other practice areas noted above, if the need arises. Limited domestic travel may be required.

This position is rated GS-12/13/14 and has a full performance level of GS-14. The actual grade will depend on the qualifications of the successful applicant and funding availability.

To apply, applicants must submit a resume, OF-612 or SF-171, and a cover letter that addresses the evaluation criteria for this position and the applicant’s projected availability. The cover letter should also provide the names and telephone numbers of at least three references (other than current supervisors) who may be contacted. Applicants should clearly indicate if they do not want us to contact their current supervisor. Current federal government employees should indicate their present GS and step level or equivalent grade and salary. Applicants who have graduated from law school less than five years prior to the announcement closing date must provide a copy of their law school transcripts including class rank. Applicants selected for interviews may be requested to provide two legal writing samples (not exceeding 10 pages each; the sample may be part of a longer document) and two most recent performance appraisals, if available.


Electronic applications are being accepted and should be e-mailed to kenneth.g.wilson@navy.mil. The subject line of the message should state the Personnel Notice Number. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

This personnel notice will close on June 16, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM (EST), and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.

Interested attorneys should direct questions to Mr. Wilson at (757) 341-2102 or kenneth.g.wilson@navy.mil.
72-205/27/2020Washington Navy Yard, DCGS-15
Associate Counsel (Civilian Personnel Law and General Law)
A vacancy is anticipated to serve as an Associate Counsel in the Civilian Personnel Law and General Law section within the Office of Counsel, Strategic Systems Programs (SSP). The position has a duty station at SSP headquarters located at the Washington Navy Yard, DC.

SSP, an Echelon 2 Command, is responsible for the development, production, maintenance, and life-cycle-management of the Department of the Navy’s (DON) TRIDENT II D5 Missile Strategic Weapons System (approximately 70% of the United States nuclear weapons). SSP’s annual budget exceeds $3.6 billion. SSP is in the process of pre-development efforts for the next generation strategic weapons system and SSP’s program life was recently extended through 2084. SSP is also responsible for the regulation of DON’s nuclear weapons, DON’s Nuclear Weapons Security Program, the Common Missile Compartment for the Columbia Class Program, and emerging programs such as the Conventional Prompt Strike missile system. Among other responsibilities, SSP acts as the Project Officer for the Polaris Sales Agreement, an international foreign military sales agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. SSP is also responsible within the DON for the planning and support necessary to ensure DON compliance with all arms control treaties and agreements.

SSP’s Office of Counsel provides legal support to SSP’s headquarters and its 11 field offices and detachments, which are located throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. SSP’s Office of Counsel provides legal support in all areas of the Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel’s (OGC) practice, including federal procurement law, civilian personnel law, environmental law, fiscal law, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), ethics, intellectual property and support agreements. SSP’s Office of Counsel also provides legal support associated with specialized areas of practice including international law, arms control law, classification, and nuclear weapons specific legislation, regulations, instructions, and policies.

The incumbent will focus most of his/her practice in the areas of civilian personnel law, support to the SSP Inspector General, and provide advice on administrative investigations, and may also be called upon to provide legal services in ethics/Standards of Conduct, FOIA, and/or other Navy OGC areas of practice.

The position will be filled under the Acquisition Demonstration Project (Acq Demo) performance management system at the NH-04 level (General Schedule (GS)-15 equivalent) and precise pay will be set commensurate with the successful applicant’s qualifications, funding availability, and Acq Demo pay guidelines.

Applicants must submit a cover letter; resume; two legal writing samples (no longer than 10 pages each); two most recent performance appraisals, if available; and the names and telephone numbers of at least three references (other than current supervisors) who may be contacted.

Interested attorneys are encouraged to contact Ms. Tuwana Cummings, Supervisory Associate Counsel (Civilian Personnel Law and General Law), SSP, tuwana.cummings@ssp.navy.mil, 202-433-9744.

Student Loan Repayment may be offered after one year of service with SSP, in accordance with 5 C.F.R. 537, funding availability, and the incumbent’s performance.

Electronic applications (all documents in one file) must be submitted to Ms. Cummings at tuwana.cummings@ssp.navy.mil. The subject line of the message should state the Personnel Notice Number. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

The personnel notice will close on May 27, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM (EST) and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.
73-206/8/2020Arlington, VAGS-13/14/15
Assistant/Associate Counsel
There is an opening within the Office of Counsel, Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) to serve as an attorney supporting the Program Executive Officer for Digital and Enterprise Services (PEO DES) and the Program Executive Officer for Manpower, Logistics and Business Solutions (PEO MLB). The position is located in Arlington, VA. NAVWAR is responsible for inventing, acquiring, developing, delivering and supporting integrated and interoperable Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (C4ISR), Business Information Technology (IT) and Space Capabilities in the interest of national defense. PEO DES is responsible for the delivery of networks, enterprise services and digital infrastructure.  PEO MLB is responsible for the delivery of manpower, logistics and other business solutions. Both PEOs deliver enterprise services and business IT solutions aimed at improving DON efficiency and effectiveness and optimizing the use of existing IT assets and capabilities. This position is part of the NAVWAR Headquarters Office of Counsel and the attorney selected will report to the Counsel for PEO DES and PEO MLB.

The responsibilities of this non-supervisory position include advising clients on a variety of Federal acquisition law-related matters to include: contractual interpretation; reviewing software end user license agreements, drafting and reviewing contractual modifications; contract disputes and claims; responding to bid protests; drafting and reviewing solicitations, acquisition strategy and planning documents as well as other acquisition-related documents; competitive source selections; DoD 5000 program requirements and documentation; statutory and regulatory interpretation; and preparing or reviewing responses to Congressional, Government Accountability Office (GAO), Inspectors General, and Naval Audit Service requests as may be required. The selected applicant may also provide advice on ethics/standards of conduct and fiscal law or other areas within the DON OGC’s areas of practice.

This vacancy will be filled under the NAVWAR Alternative Personnel System (APS), a pay for performance system using pay bands with salary ranges. This position will be filled at the DP-3 level (comparable to GS-13 pay), with a current salary range of $78,681 to $102,288 per annum; or DP-4 level (comparable to GS-14/15 pay), with a current salary range of $92,977-$142,180 per annum. The 2020 Local Market Supplement in the Washington, DC metro area is 30.48%. Pay will be set commensurate with the successful applicant’s qualifications, funding availability, and APS pay setting guidelines. We anticipate filling this vacancy at the DP-4 level, but will consider applicants at the DP-3 level.

Applicants should submit a resume; two legal writing samples focused on Federal acquisition topics such as bid protests or competitive source selections (not to exceed 10 pages each); the two most recent performance appraisals, if available; and the names and telephone numbers of at least three references (other than current supervisors) who may be contacted. If Applicants graduated law school less than five years ago, they must submit a copy of their law school transcript. Applications should include current federal grade (if applicable) and projected availability.

Electronic applications are being accepted and should be emailed to Ms. Christina Narvaez at christina.narvaez@navy.mil. The subject line of the message should state the Personnel Notice Number. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

Interested attorneys may contact Ms. Libbi Finelsen, Counsel for PEO DES and PEO MLB at 619-405-7440 (Mobile) or libbifinelsen@navy.mil.

This personnel notice will close on June 8, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM EST and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.
74-20 General Attorney 6/2/2020Patuxent River, MDGS-11/12/13/14/15
General Attorney
It is anticipated that there will be a vacancy for a program attorney within the Office of General Counsel Group, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Headquarters (HQ) located in Patuxent River, MD. NAVAIR is an Echelon II command responsible for the development, acquisition and maintenance of aircraft, aircraft systems, weapons and support systems.  NAVAIR HQ Office of Counsel is composed of approximately 50 attorneys practicing law in the areas of federal procurement (with an emphasis on major weapon systems acquisition), environmental, intellectual property, civilian personnel, and the Freedom of Information/Privacy Act, and government ethics.  NAVAIR is located on the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and within 60 miles of Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis.  Locality pay at Patuxent River falls within the Washington-Baltimore area.  For more information about NAVAIR, see http://www.navair.navy.mil.

Program attorneys practice law predominantly in the area of federal procurement and manage extensive and challenging acquisition portfolios, including major weapons systems that are critical to the future of the Department of the Navy.  These are often the subject of intense interest in the Department of the Navy Secretariat, the Department of Defense, and the Congress.  The successful applicant will counsel clients on the full range of government acquisition-related issues, including the preparation and review of acquisition strategies and other elements of acquisition planning; solicitations, contracts, modifications and other contractual documents; competitive source selections; life-cycle logistics support; contract disputes, claims and terminations; and responses to Government Accountability Office protests and other litigation related to assigned programs. Further, the incumbent must provide legal advice on questions of fiscal law, and interpret applicable statutes, regulations, and policy guidance.  The incumbent may also address other practice areas within the NAVAIR Office of General Counsel: e.g., environmental law, Freedom of Information Act law, ethics, and civilian personnel law.  The ability to forge strong working relationships with attorneys and clients alike is essential for program attorneys.

The vacancy is anticipated to be filled at the GS-11 through GS-15 level.  Positions filled at the GS-11 through GS-14 levels will have promotion potential to the NH-IV (GS-15 equivalent) level within the Acquisition Workplace Personnel Demonstration Project (ACQDEMO) system.  The grade level offered will be based upon the successful applicant's qualifications, the needs of the office, and funding availability.

Interested attorneys are encouraged to contact Patrick Coll at (240) 298-4912 or at patrick.coll@navy.mil.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and a resume.  In the cover letter, applicants should address whether there is a minimum GS equivalent level they would be willing to accept.  If selected for an interview, applicants will be asked to provide two legal writing samples that demonstrate analytical and advocacy abilities (not-to-exceed 10 pages each; portions of longer work products are acceptable); two recent performance appraisals if available; and the names and telephone numbers of at least three references.  It is recommended that a current supervisor and a client reference be provided.  Applicants who do not want their current supervisor to be contacted should specify that information in the cover letter; however, the absence of a supervisory reference may be a factor in the evaluation process.

Application materials must be no more than 7MB in size and should be emailed to: kimberli.bartholomew@navy.mil, with a copy to patrick.coll@navy.mil. Hard copy applications are not being accepted at this time.

The vacancy announcement will close on June 2, 2020, 2020 at 11:59:59 PM EST, and applications must be received by this date and time to be considered.


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Law Students


2006 Summer Law Students​​
The DON OGC Summer Law Clerk Program is an exciting way to spend your summer.  Our program benefits include: a paid summer clerkship; an assigned mentor and co-mentor; assignments in multiple legal practice areas; experience drafting legal writing samples; annual and sick leave; transportation subsidy benefits; scheduled events at the U.S. Capitol, U.S. Supreme Court, Naval Academy, and Naval Ships and Aircraft; potential for an Advance Commitment to work for OGC after law school; and exposure to DON OGC senior leadership, including members of the Senior Executive Service.  The DON OGC Summer Law Clerk Program is a civilian program seeking highly qualified law school candidates with diverse experiences and backgrounds. Students interested in participating in the DON OGC Summer Law Clerk Program should apply through their Career Development Office, or various job fairs throughout the United States.  Application materials include a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and transcript.
 

Minimum Requirements

  • Completed Two Years of Legal Studies
  • Currently Ranked in Top Third of Class or Membership in Law
  • Review/Law Journal or Moot Court
  • U.S. Citizenship Required
  • Strong Interview Skills
  • Strong Interest in Supporting our Nation's Sailors and Marines
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Support Staff


 
 
2015 Support Staff Workshop USS Truman  

​​​​DON OGC also has over 200 Support Staff, including paralegals, law clerks, management analysts, and administrative support personnel.  Support Staff are located in virtually all DON OGC offices around the world.

Our Support Staff regularly meet to share best practices, lessons learned, and to gain substantive knowledge (e.g. Freedom of Information Act, Ethics, Financial Disclosure Management, Budget Process, Executive Correspondence, etc.).  The 2015 DON OGC Support Staff Workshop was held in Norfolk, Virginia, where they toured the USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75).

  
  
  
  
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