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August 11, 2015

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Cincy Not-for-profit News now locally owned

By Bryan Orander, president, Charitable Advisor


In 2008, Indianapolis-based Charitable Advisors launched the Cincinnati Not-for-profit News to replicate our success at increasing communication and connection across the Indianapolis nonprofit community.

We knew from our Indy readers that it was filling a void. We chose Cincinnati because of its regional proximity to Indianapolis and because there was no single point of connection for the nonprofit community, and we wanted to help fill that gap.

After three years, Jane Page-Steiner of JPS Nonprofit Strategies in Cincinnati brought her nonprofit background and local connections to further raise the visibility and effectiveness of CA's nonprofit publication. She took on the publisher title.

Though we have had success in Cincinnati, we have found our primary focus has been on growing Indiana publications. Last week, Jane and JPS Nonprofit Strategies took over the ownership, marketing and production responsibilities of the e-newsletter with a goal of further increasing readership and impact in the Greater Cincinnati area.

This is a win for both organizations as Jane is able to pursue her vision of supporting Cincinnati nonprofits, and Charitable Advisors is able to explore launching a regional nonprofit career-focused publication.

If you are also a Cincy subscriber, expect future newsletters from Jane2@jpsnonprofit.com. To avoid the publication landing in your spam folder, it is advised to add this email address to your contact list.

The Cincinnati e-newsletter will continue as a partner for Indy nonprofits that want to reach the readers of the Greater Cincinnati area publication. It will be "business as usual" for Indy job advertisers who can continue to place their ads in the Cincy newsletter for an additional $25. Just submit your job ads to: Ads@Notforprofitnews.com and indicate that you want to advertise in both Indy and Cincy. If you choose this option, you will receive a single invoice as before.


Oregon county programs slash prisoner recidivism rate

By Kaellen Hessel, reporter, Statesman Journal

When the Marion County Reentry Initiative launched in 2010, it had the ambitious goal of cutting the recidivism rate in half over the next five years.

In 2015, it received an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties for doing just that.

The recidivism rate, traditionally defined as the percentage of offenders who are convicted of a crime within three years of being released from prison, dropped from 26 percent in 2009 to 14 percent in 2014.

Getting to that point involved significantly changing how the Sheriff's Office's Parole and Probation Division did business and joining with community organizations to provide wraparound services and resources to released offenders. Read more.

Community corrections: A modern concept

By Robin Sanders and Tim Bosley, editorial, Midland Daily News

The concept of Community Corrections is designed to provide a specific segment of the present Michigan Department of Corrections population, and citizens who have just begun a life of committing crimes, with an alternative to direct incarceration, as a means to prevent them from becoming "institutionalized" and reintegrating them into the community as productive, taxpaying citizens.

At the very least, the program would remove from the state's prisons inmates who do not pose a security risk to others or the public and reduce the costs of corrections.

At best, the centers would serve to educate, train, reintegrate and ensure the self-sufficiency of those persons deemed eligible through a rigorous and evolving evaluation process.
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People on the move

Michael L. Jackson has been named director of marketing and communications at IUPUI School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). Jackson will direct and advise staff and faculty on communications efforts and will provide marketing support for the Institute, a research arm within SPEA, and the Executive Education program. Jackson joins SPEA from the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.

Katie Ellis has been named director of development at IUPUI School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). She will oversee SPEA development activities, including the school's capital campaigns for the IUPUI campus and be involved in securing gifts for the Indiana University Public Policy Institute. Ellis comes to SPEA from the School of Education at IUPUI where she served as the Director of Development.

Lisa Greco has been named director of corporate relations at Bethel College. She has served as director of conference services for the college since 2005. -- Inside Indiana Business

Purdue University has named Tomás Díaz de la Rubia executive director of Discovery Park. He most recently served as an energy and resources industry executive with Deloitte Consulting LLP in Washington D.C.

Tom Schott has joined Vincennes University as program site coordinator for the Advanced Internship in Manufacturing program for the Lafayette area. He most recently served as the manufacturing engineering manager at C&D Technologies in Attica. -- Inside Indiana Business

Jacquelyn Thomas-Miller has been named managing director of the Family Impact Institute at Purdue University. She has served as a high school and elementary school administrator for the past 11 years and been an adjunct professor. -- Inside Indiana Business

BKD LLP has promoted the following to senior associates: Ellie Voith, Kathleen Maloof, Kirk Neibuhr and Wes Terry. The firm has also hired Rachel Arnold as a consultant in its enterprise risk solutions division and Sheryl Richey as a senior associate II.


Announcements

The JCC of Indianapolis was awarded a $285,000 capacity-building grant by Lilly Endowment Inc. to help develop a more effective and sustainable funding model and identify and implement programs and partnerships to attract more diverse audiences. Please click here.

Camptown received a $10,000 grant from Software Engineering Professionals (SEP) to support outdoor programming for over 3,000 youth. The typical participant is 8-18 years old, lives in a single-parent household with an income below the poverty level and might not otherwise have the opportunity to connect with nature. Please click here.

Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center, an independent, nonprofit organization that serves patients with bleeding and clotting disorders, is the first hemophilia treatment center in the U.S. to become a certified medical home by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). This certification recognizes excellence in quality patient-centered care for organizations that provide care on an outpatient basis. Please click here.

Child Advocates, a nonprofit organization of Court Appoint Special Advocates contracted by the courts to be independent representatives of abused and neglected children, announced it was selected as one of Indianapolis Top Workplaces. It ranked third among small employers in an annual survey conducted by WorkplaceDynamics for The Indianapolis Star. Please click here.

Goodwill Industries Foundation of Central Indiana raised more than $2 million to endow scholarships for students enrolled in post-secondary education programs, surpassing a $1.5 million goal. The McClelland Scholars campaign honors longtime President and CEO Jim McClelland, who retired in April after more than four decades at Goodwill. McClelland has long championed educational attainment as a means to improve economic self-sufficiency. The Goodwill Industries Foundation matches contributions to the campaign, which concludes on Sept.1, dollar-for-dollar. More information is available at successfulfutures.goodwillindy.org.

Christian Theological Seminary survey request. Social entrepreneurship is on the rise worldwide, including Central Indiana. Please take a few minutes to review and complete a survey to help CTS gauge local interest in social enterprise and future possibilities. Please click here.


Professional development

Come join the CFO Nonprofit Peer Group for a discussion on using the cloud -- why you should use it and how to move to it -- on Aug. 13 from 8:30 -10:00 a.m. at INCPAS Professional Development and Conference Center (8250 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. Suite #100). Free. To register click here.

Recruiting and retaining volunteers webinar on Aug. 18 at 1:00 p.m. Learn seven places to find volunteers, five different kinds of volunteers, key phrases to retain volunteers and more. To register click here.

A few seats are still available for Opportunity Indianapolis on Aug. 27 to 28. Opportunity Indianapolis is the intro to Indy's places, leaders and issues. For more information click here.

The Association of State Correctional Administrators, SAMHSA and the SAMHSA GAINS Center are collaborating to offer a two-part webinar series highlighting the successful and innovative use of peers in prison/jail reentry planning and services on Aug. 20 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. and Sept. 11 from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. The first webinar will highlight three exemplary programs and the second will focus on how to develop, implement, fund, sustain and expand these types of program in state correctional facilities. To register click here.

Board governance series on Sept. 1, Sept. 22 and Oct. 6 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Franklin College (101 Branigin Blvd., Henderson Conference Room). Join Leadership Johnson County for this three-part series focusing on board governance. Participants will focus on nonprofit finance, nonprofit funding, legal responsibilities, strategic planning and how to propel your nonprofit to the next level. Cost: $395. To register click here.

How to tell your story by getting to the heart of the matter on Sept. 1 from 9:00 -11:00 a.m. at Ball State University Alumni Center (2800 W. Bethel Ave., Meeting Room 1) Muncie. Register for just this event or all three workshops, which are part of the Strengthening-your-nonprofit-during-times-of-change workshops series. For more information and to register click here.

Multi-generational engagement in philanthropy and family enterprise on Sept. 9 and 10 at Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis. Facilitated by 21/64, a nonprofit consulting firm, will help you to acquire the personal skills, generational awareness and technical tools to work more effectively with next- generation funders. Seating limited. For agenda and to register, contact Barbara Taylor at barbara@2164.net

Motivational interviewing: basic skills training on Oct. 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at IU Health Methodist Hospital by presenter George Brenner, a member of Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers. $130 non-member; $105 IPN members. For more information and to register click here.

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

ReadUP pairs community volunteers with local third-grade students who are struggling to read at grade level. Trained volunteers work one hour per week helping students build upon their literacy skills to help them pass tests like ISTEP and IREAD. For more information click here.

Habitat for Humanity Hamilton County needs volunteers to complete its current building projects in Noblesville and Arcadia. Opportunities are available for groups as well as individuals, ages 18+. With a signed guardian permit, ages 16 and 17 may participate. Please contact Jill Voliva, volunteer coordinator, for more information at jvoliva@habitathamiltoncounty.org or 317-896-9423 ext. 104.

The Humane Society of Indianapolis is in need of volunteers on Sept. 3 for its RUN 317 Race, organized by Vision Event Management. This Mass Ave. event benefits IndyHumane. Volunteer shifts include helping participants with packet pick-up, water station, course marshal and more! For more information email contactevents@indyhumane.org.


Swap

DONATE: Will to donate 20 complete office cubicles in good condition. Pick up at 96th and Zionsville road. Contact Mark 317-344-7332.

 

National news

Biggest, best, unique and bold. Everybody wants to be the next big thing and have the campaign everyone's talking about. Here are five nonprofit campaigns from around the world that really took off. From the ALS Association's ice bucket challenge to Kony's Invisible Children.

Which is more effective: online donations or retail donations? A recent study by social-good consultancy Good Scout shows that retail donation, funds tacked on to purchases at the point of sal, are healthy and growing alongside online donations.

Measuring social media's influence. Initially numbers of followers was the goal. But it's now possible to measure which followers see a message (the reach) and then how many of them act as a result (the response).

Your sustainability checklist. Simple math can determine your solvency. Here are four indicators to keep your nonprofit on a solid financial footing and to ensure that your organization will be around for a long while to come.


Sponsors' insights

FTM, LLC Nonprofits outpace for-profits in accounting errors. Nonprofit organizations make accounting errors at a relatively high rate, in part because they try to avoid devoting a high percentage of their funding to administrative costs, according to a new study.

 

Services

Our sponsor marketplace serves to further connect our readers with our advertisers who are focused on serving nonprofits. Please keep in mind that you should always check references before hiring a consultant or vendor. Contact Bryan at Bryan@charitableadvisors.com or 317-752-7153 to learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor of the Not-for-Profit News.

Legal/Administrative

Charitable Allies: nonprofit that provides affordable, experienced nonprofit legal services.

Human resources

Synergy: professional employer organization (PEO), Synergy assumes the risk and liability of employing employees, and administers payroll, benefits and human resources.

FirstPerson: professional advisory firm that creates meaningful work experiences through benefits, HR and wellness solutions.

HR Partnerships, Inc.: HR Management firm that is dedicated to redefining the way organizations manage talent, resulting in a healthier company culture and increased profitability.

Technology, software, services

FTM LLC: software advisor to improve organization's financial operations with system implementation, training and support.

Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.

Finance/accounting/bookkeeping

Alerding CPA Group: accounting firm with nonprofit experience provides audits, accounting, tax services, planning and board governance.

BKD: CPAs and advisors offering services in assurance, tax, risk management, technology and forensic to closely-held businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals.

FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

VonLehman CPA and Advisory Company:nonprofit focused CPA- and advisory-firm providing accounting, tax, business advisory and turnaround services.

Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.

 

Transition/retirement

Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.

Education/training

UIndy/MPH: Master's of Public Health is the newest graduate degree program at UIndy that prepares professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: Our programs are the first in the nation to focus on philanthropy's history, culture and values. Through traditional or online master's degree programs, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further graduate study or to enter the field as a nonprofit professional.

UIndy/MAAS: Master's of Arts in Applied Sociology is a graduate degree program that prepares students for today's ever-changing world. Emphasis is on the practical application of social science research to solve contemporary social problems and develop skills for a variety of careers. Provides a strong foundation for Ph.D. programs.

UIndy/International Relations: Master of Liberal Arts' students will develop advance research skills through a design and methodology course, study international conflicts and resolutions, learn how history still has an impact on the world today and have opportunities for real-world experiences.

 


Real estate

Get that extra office space leased or that extra building sold by using the new NFP News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more, contact Julie at Julie@CharitableAdvisors.com

Affordable Near-Southside office space

DOWNTOWN 300 to 10,000 sq. ft. Great location at I-65 and South Keystone Avenue (3530). Five minutes from downtown with easy access to all Indianapolis. Free parking. Many restaurants nearby. Other nonprofits on site. Low rates: $10 to $12 per square foot depending on space size. Call Ron at: 317-702- 6079.

 

 

This week's jobs

To view all jobs, visit the Not-for-profit News jobs' board.

Double the exposure in your hiring and recruiting efforts. For an extra $25, job ads can also be posted in the Cincinnati Not-for-profit News which is published every Thursday at noon. Learn more.

administrative/legal

Manager/Administrator (part-time) - Indiana State Library Foundation. The Indiana State Library Foundation is a newly constituted not-for-profit (501.C.3) supporting the Indiana State Library and its programs and services in-house and state-wide. This foundation is seeking to begin an aggressive...more

Administrative Assistant - Prevail, Inc. Prevail, Inc. provides crisis intervention and restorative support services for adult, adolescent and child survivors of crime and abuse to residents of Hamilton and surrounding counties. Prevail is seeking an energetic...more

Foundation Assistant(Part-time) - Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity Foundation. Administrative Assistant, Alpha Xi Delta Women's Fraternity Foundation. Responsibilities include: administrative support for the development staff; maintain the donor database; perform banking functions; assist...more

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant, CenterPoint Counseling - Second Presbyterian Church. Seeking an receptionist/administrative assistant for a mental health counseling office located in a church setting. Must have ability to multitask, manage multiple calendars accurately, work independently and maintain...more

fund development

Development Director - Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville. The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville is a youth development organization that provides a safe, fun environment with programming for children ages 5-18 afterschool and during out-of-school time that focuses...more

Chief Advancement Officer - Phi Kappa Psi Foundation. Phi Kappa Psi Foundation is currently hiring a Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) that will be responsible for the achievement of the Foundation's fundraising goals and fostering the giving culture of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity...more

Major Gift Officer - National FFA. The National FFA Foundation, located in Indianapolis, Indiana serves more than 560,000 FFA members by building partnerships with industry, education, government, foundation and individuals to secure the resources...more

Grant Coordinator - Indiana Association of Resources & Child Advocacy (IARCA). IARCA is seeking applications for the position of Grant Coordinator for the IARCA Institute for Excellence's Capacity Building/Emerging Services Project. This is a full time position funded through December 2016 through...more

Development Director(Part-time) - Conservation Law Center. Identifies, cultivates, seeks support from, and communicates results to donors, and supports other representatives of the Conservation Law Center in raising...more

Donor Engagement Officer - Planned Parenthood of IN & KY. Planned Parenthood of IN & KY (PPINK) is seeking an experienced and energetic fundraising professional to fill a newly created position in Indianapolis. Under the direction of the Director of Development, this position will coordinate...more

Programs

Courage Center Program Director - Children's Bureau. Career Opportunity Where You Can Strategically Make a Difference. Do you have a heart for abused and neglected children, and a passion for helping strengthen families? Are you a goal-oriented leader who is known...more

EDGE Elementary Academic Enrichment Coordinator - John H Boner Community Center. The John H Boner Community Center has a Full Time position available for an EDGE Elementary Academic Enrichment Coordinator. The EDGE Elementary Academic Enrichment Coordinator works to plan, develop and...more

After School Program Instructors(Part-time) - Forest Manor Multi-Service Center. Under direct supervision of the Youth Program Director, the After School Instructors must enjoy working with school aged children/teens. They are responsible for planning activities, ensuring safety of all children in the...more

Program Director - Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville. Under the supervision of the Club Unit Director, the Program Director is responsible for planning, developing, and overseeing the delivery of a broad range of programs within a designated Club, such as Education, Health...more

Stewardship Specialist - Central Indiana Land Trust. The stewardship specialist oversees activities for all nature preserves and conservation easements, including restoration, monitoring and management efforts. Additionally, the incumbent will work with CILTI staff to implement...more

System of Care Coordinator (Contract) - Adult and Child Center, Inc. The Marion County System of Care is seeking a candidate responsible for assisting, planning and the facilitation of regularly scheduled board meetings of the Marion County System of Care Collaborative, networking...more

Planning and Data Manager - Downtown Indy. Indianapolis Downtown, Inc. (doing business as Downtown Indy) exists to continually improve Downtown Indianapolis. Downtown Indy is action-oriented and empowered to address critical issues that affect the growth...more

Vice President of Client Services - Janus Developmental Services, Inc. Janus is seeking an experienced, results-driven leader to be responsible for maintaining compliance with all state and federal guidelines regarding Day Services and Community Employment. Serve as a member of the Senior...more

Marketing/Communications/Events

Manager, Marketing & Communications - Fairbanks Hospital. The Fairbanks Marketing and Communications Manager will oversee branding, educational and promotional messages to increase awareness of the services and programs of Fairbanks to the public and targeted audiences...more

Event Coordinator (Part-time 18 hrs/wk) - Planned Parenthood of IN & KY. This position is part-time, working 18 hours per week and is located in our Downtown Indianapolis, IN office. This position provides a Flexible Schedule based on event calendar. Three days/week (6 hours each day) or four...more

Finance/Accounting

Accounting Manager - Noble. Noble is adding an Account Manager to join our growing team! The position will be report to Noble's CFO and will oversees accounting control functions, including payroll and grants. The Accounting Manager performs internal...more

Accounting Manager(Part-time) - School on Wheels. School on Wheels provides one-on-one tutoring and educational advocacy to school-aged children experiencing homelessness. The Accounting Manager is responsible for maintaining all financial processes and...more

Accounting Manager - Janus Developmental Services, Inc. Janus is seeking a full-time, experienced Accounting Manager to become a part of our Senior Management team. A successful candidate will have results-proven experience in following areas of accounting: accounts payable...more

Volunteer Management

Volunteer Services Manager - Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. The Volunteer Services Manager oversees a robust volunteer program including the recruitment, training, retention strategies, and recognition programs for diverse groups of adults and students who provide outstanding...more

Volunteer Experience Manager - Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Be part of a dynamic team that aims to become recognized as the most innovative, impactful and civically engaged presidential site in the United States. The Volunteer Experience Manager serves as a key team member...more

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Last week's jobs

administrative/legal

Administrative Assistant - Girls Inc. National Resource Center. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing more than 140,000 girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face. The Girls Inc. Experience...more

Office Manager - Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter. Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter is looking for an Office Manager. The ideal candidate will be smart, solution-oriented and adaptable. The Office Manager needs top office skills and must be able to work at...more

Administrative Ally - Autism Society of Indiana. The Administrative Ally performs activities that directly support the Chief Executive Ally. Position is responsible for initiating and coordinating the clerical, secretarial and some bookkeeping functions required of effective...more

Program Associate - Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center. The Program Associate contributes to meeting INRC goals to strengthen, develop, and empower neighborhood organizations by assisting with the oversight and coordination of INRC's administrative and capacity...more

fund development

Annual Giving Program Officer - DePauw University. At DePauw, we are seeking energetic, creative people to join our dynamic team in developing new and exciting ways to support a culture of intellectual engagement combined with unique social experiences that prepare...more

Fundraising Coordinator - The Society of Professional Journalists. Assists with all aspects of fundraising efforts of the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation and the Society of Professional Journalists, the nation's largest and most broad-based membership association for journalists...more

Development Specialist, WTEA Support and Third Party Events - Alzheimer's Assoc of Greater Indiana. Manage multiple aspects in the growth of the statewide Walk to End Alzheimer's program, as well as third-party fundraisers, including the Association's cause running/walking program, ALZ Stars and provide support for...more

Senior Associate Director for Major Gifts - Indiana University School of Medicine. The Indiana University School of Medicine seeks an experienced development professional to secure major gifts of $50,000 or more to support the school's research and education missions, with an emphasis on identifying...more

Development Coordinator - Fairbanks Hospital. As a key member of the Fairbanks Development Team, the Development Coordinator will be committed to advancing the mission of Fairbanks and Hope Academy by increasing contributed resources and creating a donor-centered...more

Programs

Senior Level Project Director (Prefer Part Time) - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. To provide overall leadership facilitating collaboration on a major community and educational improvement initiative to strengthen students and families in inner-city school communities...more

Prevention & Education Coordinator - Chaucie's Place. Chaucie's Place is a child advocacy organization that focuses on child sexual abuse and youth suicide prevention. The nonprofit's staff works passionately to ensure the welfare of children by offering evidence-based...more

(Part-Time) Case Manager/Parenting Time Specialist for Hancock Co - Childrens Bureau. This is a part-time position, providing home-based case management and Supervised Visitation services to at risk families and youth involved with the Department of Child Services due to abuse and neglect issues, or...more

Neighborhood Specialist - Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center. The Neighborhood Specialist contributes to meeting INRC goals to strengthen, develop, and empower neighborhood organizations by working with neighbors, neighborhood-based groups and community partners...more

Training & Curriculum Specialist - Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center. The Training & Curriculum Specialist contributes to meeting INRC goals to strengthen, develop, and empower neighborhood organizations by planning, developing, and delivering INRC's training programs, in collaboration...more

Female GOAL Case Manager for female students - Outreach, Inc. Outreach, Inc. is searching for a female G.O.A.L. Case Manager for female students who will build and develop positive relationships with a diverse population of female homeless high school students in order to assist...more

Finance/Accounting

Staff Accountant - Girls Inc. National Resource Center. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing more than 138,000 girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and real solutions to the unique issues girls face. Girls Inc. gives girls...more

Director of Business Administration, DePaul Cristo Rey High School(Cincinnati). DePaul Cristo Rey, a college-preparatory Catholic high school for families who can't afford other private high schools, is seeking a full-time Director of Business Administration to oversee all financial activities including human...more

 

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