Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for April


Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for April

1, 2009

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Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career

Opportunities Newsletter, “DEFCON-1,” a networking newsletter featuring

job opportunities and career advice for those who are part of the global

defense, aerospace, maritime, marine technology and security industry.

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*** In this issue (This week's jobs are listed here, and then offered

with links or in more detail below):

1) Information Assurance Engineer – Site Based Accreditation, Alion

Science and Technology, Ramstein, Germany

2.) Vice President, Customer Support, Tactair Fluid Controls,

Liverpool, New

York

3.) Air Force Lean Six Sigma Program Analyst, Kearney & Company,

Alexandria, VA

4.) Director, Communications, ITT Defense Electronics and Services, ITT

Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO

5.) Embedded Software Engineer wt Active TS-Top Secret Security

Clearance, R-square, Marietta, GA

6.) Senior Strategic Communications Consultant, System Planning

Corporation, Arlington, VA

7.) Senior Strategic Communications Consultant, System Planning

Corporation, Arlington, VA

8.) Engineering Support Technologist , EG&G , Dahlgren, VA

9.) Assistant Visitor Services Director, National Museum of the Marine

Corps, Quantico, VA

10.) Entry/Mid Level Systems Engineer, Progeny Systems, Manassas, VA

11.) ASW Sonar Engineer 5, Applied Signal Technology, Torrance, CA

12.) SCA Painter, Aircraft (Corrosion Control) with Security Clearance,

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) , Nellis AFB, NV

13.) Sr. Program Manager, STARGATES, INC., Washington, DC

14.) Acoustic Signal Processing Engineer, Signal Systems Corporation,

Severna Park, MD

15.) Measurement and Signature Intelligence Analyst 3, CACI, Dayton,

Ohio

16.) Chemical Warfare Defense Analyst, Battelle Memorial Institute,

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

17.) Senior Certification Engineer, GE Aviation, Grand Rapids, MI

18.) Computer Sys Security Analyst 3, Northrop Grumman Sperry marine,

Charlottesville, VA

19.) Training Instructor (Flight Simulator), Army Installation

Management Agency, Ft. Campbell , KY

20.) Senior Low Observable/Conformal Antenna Aperture Design Engineer,

Ball Aerospace, Westminster, CO

*** And more.

*** For those of you who made it to New London for the Maritime

Security Forum last Wednesday at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, you will

agree with me that it was a superb event by all measures.

Turnout was good, especially for a first-time event. There were more

than 400 registered attendees. We had 13 exhibitors or sponsors. The

presentations were first rate, with content provided by a cast of 17

active and retired flag officers, SES, and senior professionals from the

navy, Coast Guard, Canadian Forces, industry, and academia.

The Surface Navy Association looks to conduct this event again next

spring.

*** Friends and Fellow Surface Warriors:

As a reminder to all of you, the GWC SNA annual Dining Out is coming up

on 4 April at theWaterford in Springfield. Jeff Bacon, the Broadsides

Cartoonist, will highlight this year's event. It really should be a fun

evening for all who attend and I would encourage you to consider

inviting non-SNA friends to experience a Dining Out with a little more

than the traditional humor. The reception begins at 1800 and dinner at

1930, but don't be late or you could face a fine from Mr. Vice.

Please register by 1100 on Wednesday, April 1 at

https://www.navysna.org/Events/Dining%20Out/2009/09DOReg.asp

Have a safe and relaxing weekend!

All the best and v/r,

Mike Mahon

Rear Admiral, United States Navy

President, Greater Washington Chapter of the Surface Navy Association

*** Navy Memorial Hosts 18th Annual “Blessing of the Fleets” on April

4, 2009, Washington, DC

Ancient Maritime Tradition Pays Homage To Sailors & Fishermen Worldwide

The 18th annual Blessing of the Fleets celebration, when the fountains

on the Navy Memorial Plaza are officially turned on for the season,

follows the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade. Sailors from the

U.S. Navy's Ceremonial Guard will proceed across the Plaza's “Granite

Sea” to pour water from the Seven Seas and the Great Lakes into the

surrounding fountains, “charging” them to life and ushering in the

spring season

WHEN: Saturday, April 4, 1:00pm

WHERE: The United States Navy Memorial

701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20004

www.navymemorial.org

COST: Free and open to the public.

CONTACT: (202) 737-2300 or www.navymemorial.org.

*** From Rodger Dana:

Jenny of Jenny's Side Party – Died in Hong Kong

JENNY BEM

Generations of sailors who visited Hong Kong will mourn the death of

Jenny. She was a much loved living legend who. for all the colony's

constant change, remained the same incomparable institution for over

half a century.

Much of her life was an enigma. However. the authors of her

twenty-seven Certificates of Service generally agreed that she was born

in a sampan in Causeway Bay in 1917. Her mother, Jenny One, according to

her one surviving Certificate of Service, which was copied in 1946 from

an older, much battered and largely illegible document., 'provided

servicable sampans far the general use of the Royal Navy, obtained sand.

and. was useful for changing money'. She brought up her two daughters to

help her.

Behind her perpetual great gold-toothed grin Jenny complained; “I

vcIIy chocker. All time work in sampan. N0 learn to lead or lite.” But

what she lacked in education she made up more than a hundredfold with

her immense and impressive experience in ship husbandry. her unfailing

thoroughness and apparently inexhaustible energy. her unquestionable

loyalty and integrity,

her infectious enthusiasm and her innate cheerfulness.

Officially Jenny's Date of Volunteering was recorded as 1928. From

then until 1997, when the colony became a Special Administrative Region

of China and the Royal Navy moved out. she and her team of tireless

girls. who at one time numbered nearly three dozen, unofficially served

the Royal and Commonwealth Navies in Hong Kong by cleaning and painting

their ships. attending their buoy jumpcrs, and, dressed in their best.

waiting with grace and charm upon their guests at cocktail parties.

Captains and Executive

Officers would find fresh flowers in their cabins and newspapers

delivered daily. And many a departing officer received a generous gift

as a memento from Jenny. For all of this she steadfastly refused ever to

take any payment. Instead she and her Side Party earned their keep

selling soft drinks to the ships' companies and accepting any item of

scrap which could be found on board.

Jenny's huge collection of photographs – too big. she said. to be

put into books – she stored in a large envelope. They dated back to the

mid 20th century and showed her in the ships she so faithfully served,

with Buffers and Side Parties, and with grateful officers. many of whom

became distinguished admirals. In two thick albums she proudly kept her

letters of reference, all without exception filled with praise and

affection for her.

One was a commendation by the Duke of Edinburgh for her work in the

Royal Yacht during her visit to Hong Kong in 1959. She has a Long

Service and Good Conduct Medal presented to her in 1938 by the captain

of HMS DEVONSHIRE, and a bar engraved 'HMS LEANDER 1975'.

Most treasured of all Jenny's distinctions was the British Empire

Medal awarded her in the Hong Kong Civilian List of the Queen's Birthday

Honours in 1980 and with which she, formally named Mrs. Ng Muk Kah, was

invested by the Governor of Hong Kong, Sir Murray MacLehose.

In later years Hong Kong was no longer visited by the great fleets

of battleships and cruisers which gave Jenny and her Side Party their

livelihood and she found it increasingly difficult to make ends meet.

Yet she stayed fit and always willing to undertake any work available.

To the end of the Royal Navy's presence in Hong Kong there could be seen

in the shadow of the towering Prince of Wales building within the naval

base, a small round figure in traditional baggy black trousers and

high-collared

smock, with a long pigtail and eternal smile who, regardless of time.

remained it seemed for ever – just Jenny.

Jenny died peacefully in Hong Kong on Wednesday 18th February

2009. She was 92 years old.

*** Here are the DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:

1) Information Assurance Engineer – Site Based Accreditation, Alion

Science and Technology, Ramstein, Germany

Job Ref. No. 9918

Responsibilities

Assist HQ USAFE/A2S with Certification and Accreditation (C&A) support

relating to all unclassified, collateral, SCI, and NATO standalone and

networked servers, workstations, PCs, peripheral equipment, network and

communications equipment, and software applications located within the

boundaries of each USAFE sponsored Sensitive Compartmented Information

Facility (SCIF)/Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility

(TSCIF) and with C&A support relating to standalone and networked,

servers, workstations, and PCs, peripheral equipment, intelligence

network and communications equipment, and software applications under

the cognizant authority of USAFE/A2S.

Duties include:

*Develop and update System Security Authorization Agreement (SSAA)

packages, including generating discrete portions of the SSAAs in

Government-prescribed format, for HQ USAFE/A2-supported systems.

* Review SSAA packages submitted by Information System Security Officers

(ISSO) for accuracy and completeness.

* Maintain a repository for all system certification documentation and

modifications

Maintain proficiency and intimate familiarity with all applicable

Government security regulations.

* Review audit trails weekly, or as directed by the ISSM, and take

appropriate action where applicable. Conduct document audit trail

reviews.

* Conduct Internet Security Scans prior to the installation of

new/modified Intelligence Mission Systems/Applications.

* Provide system security support to include observing and documenting

security testing, reviewing Communications-Computer Systems Requirements

Documents (CSRD), documenting security issues, recommending security

enhancements, coordinating system and circuit installations, and

assisting HQ USAFE/A2S in maintaining and update security data for the

HQ USAFE homepage.

* Develop Information Systems connectivity drawings, as well as floor

plans and circuit diagrams.

* Perform site or facility accreditation surveys IAW the Joint

Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems Security

Standards (Joint DoDIIS), and investigate and analyze existing USAFE

Site functions and operations. Other applicable directives for SCI and

collateral facilities will be applied as appropriate.

* Develop documentation including Facility Site Surveys and Security

Test Reports.

* Review weekly bulletins and advisories that impact security of site

information systems to include, AFCERT, ACERT, NAVCIRT, IAVA, and DISA

ASSIST bulletins.

* Represent the Information Systems Security Manager at monthly

Configuration Control Board meetings

* Investigate and report (to the Designated Accrediting Authority and

local management) security violations and incidents IAW applicable

Government security directives.

* Prepare Site Security documentation updates including USAFE Facility

Site Surveys, the USAFE Intelligence Site Security Policy, the USAFE

Site Security CONOPS, the USAFE Site Security Architecture, USAFE/A2S

Functional Analysis, Standard Operating Procedures and other security

documentation as required.

* Train authorized personnel to perform, and assist the Government in

executing secure data transfers between networks of different

classification.

* Document these efforts in the USAFE Intelligence Project Status

Report. Upon written request, formally document efforts performed in

support of this paragraph IAW established parameters.

Qualifications

This position requires a BS degree in the IT field and experience along

with a minimum of 3 yrs experience in the Information Assurance field,

or an AS degree in the IT field and a minimum of 7yrs experience in the

Information Assurance field or 12 yrs experience in the Information

Assurance field.

This position requires at active TS/SCI.

Alion Science and Technology is an employee-owned technology solutions

company delivering technical expertise and operational support to the

Department of Defense, civilian government agencies and commercial

customers. Building on 70 years of R&D and engineering experience, Alion

brings innovation and insight to multiple business areas: naval

architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems

engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology;

chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless

spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean,

Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer

sites and laboratories worldwide.

_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1&JobOpeningId=

9918

2.) Vice President, Customer Support, Tactair Fluid Controls,

Liverpool, New York

http://jobs.defensedaily.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=2160&jb=5326219

3.) Air Force Lean Six Sigma Program Analyst, Kearney & Company,

Alexandria, VA

Overview:

This senior position is responsible for conducting multifaceted

independent and objective analysis on process improvement efforts. The

Air Force Six Sigma Consultant (AFSSC) will ensure that the appropriate

metrics, realization of benefits and return on investment is identified

for each corresponding system. This position will involve performing

complex analysis of research findings. The AFSSC should also be able to

provide recommendations on prospective process improvement initiatives.

Critical analytical assessment skills are vital to this position. This

position will provide status updates of current initiatives to program

leadership, project leads and other interested parties/stakeholders. It

is this position's responsibility to maintain the Project Status Sheet.

This position will also involve conducting Resource Management

functions. Along with these duties described; this position will also

prepare and maintain a quarterly project plan and prepare monthly

progress reports for presentation. Successful candidates for this

position will be able to form original thoughtful analysis, feel

comfortable presenting findings to all levels of personnel and have a

mastery of Lean Six Sigma. This is a highly technical position that

requires a high level of proficiency with most computer skills.

Familiarity with Air Force practices is also essential for this

position.

Responsibilities:

. Provide day-to-day guidance and administrative and technical

supervision for all project personnel assigned to FMPI

. Establish performance goals and metrics for the program and

ensure performance based on direction from FMPI leadership

. Conduct resources management and contact administration as

required

. Recruiting and staff development

Qualifications:

. Bachelors or Master Degree in Business, Finance, Public

Policy or related field

. Experience in managing the technical and administrative

aspects of projects across a portfolio of programs

. Experience with public sector financial and contract

management

. In depth knowledge and skills in project planning and

budgeting

. Knowledge of DOD and Air Force Financial Management policy

and guidance

. Strong written and oral communication skills with upper

level management

. Strong interpersonal relations skills

. BPR, LEAN SIX Sigma, and business analysis

. Experience with AFSO21 Process Improvement Events

Required Computer Skills:

. Must be very proficient in the use of MS Office

. Very proficient in the use of MS Visio

. Very proficient in the use of MS Project

Kearney & Company is a mid-sized accounting, audit, and IT consulting

firm that exclusively serves the Federal Government. Kearney is

headquartered in Alexandria, VA, with satellite offices in Atlanta, GA,

Indianapolis, IN, Fairview Heights, IL, Dayton, OH, and Falls Church,

VA. We serve our clients both within these local markets and on a

national basis. We provide our employees and consultants the best of

both worlds – the camaraderie of a growing organization and the

stability of a well established client base.

Kearney offers full-time, salaried positions, and a unique compensation

structure that pays employees for every hour billed. We also offer a

competitive benefits package that includes health, dental,

vacation/holidays/sick, 401(k), short-term and long-term disability,

training, and career development.

http://jobview.monster.com:80/GetJob.aspx?JobID=80144804&aid=4292464&WT.mc_n=JSAHG10

*** From David Albritton:

Hi Ned,

I hope all is well. I've attached a job description for a Director of

Communications opening I have at ITT's Systems Division in Colorado

Springs and would appreciate your posting it as soon as you can. Thanks

in advance.

Kind regards,

David

4.) Director, Communications, ITT Defense Electronics and Services, ITT

Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Director of Communications is the senior communications counsel for

one of the largest business units within ITT Corporation's $6 billion

global defense group, leading all public relations, marketing

communications, employee communications, corporate philanthropy,

community relations, executive communications and trade show activities.

Reporting to the Vice President, Communications of ITT Defense

Electronics and Services, s/he is also a member of ITT Systems

Division's senior leadership team and responsible for the development

and execution of strategies that will help the Colorado Springs,

Colo.-based value center meet its business objectives in accordance with

the ITT Vision and Values. The Director of Communications will oversee

all communications activities for both the headquarters location and

contract sites, including military bases in the U.S. and abroad.

MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:

Develops long-range and annual communications plans that are aligned

with the company's business objectives, address both external and

internal audiences, and are executed within the department's budget.

Leads a team of 2-5 communications professionals.

Positions the ITT brand consistently and innovatively to all internal

and external stakeholders in accordance with the Corporate branding

guidelines.

Develops and implements a proactive media relations strategy to enhance

relationships with news media, ensuring accurate coverage.

Partners with the Vice President of Communications, ITT Defense

Electronics and Services and colleagues at other ITT value centers to

ensure that media relations strategies and initiatives are aligned and

coordinated.

Serves as primary spokesperson for all news media and provide

training/counsel to other leaders who need to interact with the media.

Drafts and disseminates news releases, media alerts and other media

materials in collaboration with Defense and Corporate Headquarters.

Develops and maintains crisis communications plan and provide counsel to

the organizational leaders on crisis communications and issues

management.

Manages external agencies to maximize synergies and enhance

effectiveness of the communications function.

Partners with Business Development to help them gain new customers and

support current customers/distributors by developing/managing programs

including, but not limited to, advertising, trade shows, collateral and

customer communications.

Manages the content and design for both the external Web site and the

employee intranet.

Works closely with senior leadership to coordinate, develop, edit and

communicate messages to the various communities/constituencies across

the internal organization with the goal of driving collaboration and

alignment.

Partners with Human Resources to develop and implement an internal

communications plan, including, but not limited to, employee

newsletters, memos, all-employee meetings, executive speeches, and

facility visuals/signage (both print and electronic).

Plans and coordinates value center special events, such as press

conferences, community recognition programs and employee appreciation

events.

Leads the value center's philanthropy program in accordance with the

corporate program.

Develops and monitors communications-related metrics to track

performance of department.

Other duties as required.

MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:

WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:

Works in a general office environment. Eyestrain and repetitive motion

involved during peak periods of data entry. Constant walking/standing

during document assembly process.

FREEDOM TO ACT: Directly supports the President and General Manager, ITT

Systems and functions independently.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor's degree; major in Journalism, English, Advertising,

Public Relations, Marketing or Communications preferred

Experience: 10+ years of public relations/marketing communications

experience. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Experience

in leading a team and in a wide range of disciplines' including

marketing communications, public relations, advertising, crisis/issues

management, special events, electronic media and employee communications

is mandatory to meet the demands of this multi-faceted leadership role.

Willingness to travel 30-40% of time to sometimes austere locations.

Ability to obtain security clearance. Ability to impact and influence

others and work cross-functionally. Strong organizational skills and

ability to handle multiple tasks/deadlines

SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret (as necessary – may not be required)

LAST REVISED: 24 March 2009

http://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=591&ji=2341197&sn=I

5.) Embedded Software Engineer wt Active TS-Top Secret Security

Clearance, R-square, Marietta, GA

http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=101&dockey=xml/1/0/109d10ac74b2a9cd7d3c35e804a7abfa@endecaindex&c=1&source=21

*** From Jim Kudla:

Ned –

Trust all is well with you… as always we're counting on JOTW to

provide excellent candidates to fill several positions. The people in

your network are the best!

Jim

System Planning Corporation seeks two Senior Strategic Communication

Consultants in support of work being performed for a senior DoD health

affairs official and staff.

6.) Senior Strategic Communications Consultant, System Planning

Corporation, Arlington, VA

Provides strategic communications support to the principal. Deputy team

chief and strategic communication planner on a team of 7-10 support

contractors. This position coordinates with subject matter experts to

develop messages, communication plans and products. Also required is

the preparation of articles and information for internal and external

use. Additional work performance includes: handling media queries;

preparation of presentations and congressional testimony for leadership;

media analysis; and facilitation of focus groups of wounded service

members.

While supporting this contract, the client added an assignment of a

strategic communications representative to a task group of senior

subject matter experts focused on psychological health and traumatic

brain injury. This assignment requires a background in coordinating

senior staff work and the ability to take highly technical medical

information and translate or present that into easily understood terms.

From that group came a new organization within DoD Health Affairs, the

Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic

Brain Injury (DCoE). That new entity requested similar communications

support, which the client agreed to provide.

Contact:

James M. Kudla

Vice President, Communications & Information Solutions Group

System Planning Corporation

1000 Wilson Blvd, 30th fl.

Arlington, VA 22209-2211

703-351-8238

jkudla@sysplan.com

7.) Senior Strategic Communications Consultant, System Planning

Corporation, Arlington, VA

Provide strategic communications for occupational and environmental

health issues to include producing articles, web content, marketing

strategies, and video production. Must have the ability to answer media

queries on numerous health related subject matter tasks in a timely

manner.

Develop media campaigns from A-Z on specific health related topics to

push out to primary media networks.

Provide Risk Communication support and guidance on critical media

related issues that will be frequently reported to Senior leaders.

Coordinate and plan a minimum of two health conferences a year, as well

as exhibit at several conferences that target our primary audiences

(Service members and families, Congressional and Military Leaders, and

Health Care Providers). In coordination with the graphic designer,

create content for booth designs using the strategic priorities

implemented by the client.

Provide support for the Deployment Health and Family Readiness Library

to include managing and updating Web content support, creation of risk

communication products with the help of the Deployment Health Risk

Communication work group, and marketing strategies to communicate the

library to your audiences.

Contact:

James M. Kudla

Vice President, Communications & Information Solutions Group

System Planning Corporation

1000 Wilson Blvd, 30th fl.

Arlington, VA 22209-2211

703-351-8238

jkudla@sysplan.com

8.) Engineering Support Technologist , EG&G , Dahlgren, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?JobID=80091386

*** From Judy Heise:

9.) Assistant Visitor Services Director, National Museum of the Marine

Corps, Quantico, VA

The subject position is posted on www.usajobs.com

Announcement # EA9-1001-11-K4249831-DE

10.) Entry/Mid Level Systems Engineer, Progeny Systems, Manassas, VA

http://parmajobs.org/jobsearch/display/11015668?xp=2FQa8H80reWN0ZGTaKML4PPxCtxq!sr239lqXIwjJnbRratGNRFR6GZaqrsyhCaf4dAk0hdoZ2SN!pzo4mLuu3dTytVCBpVCcy!oDattyJ3E!b!Ord6br82jwClYvEKO

11.) ASW Sonar Engineer 5, Applied Signal Technology, Torrance, CA

https://careers.appsig.com/careers/Careers.aspx?adata=5PPjhUlAj%2BkTcIznP%2FNmo1F%2B7NdCAppSAJ2gTd%2FKMOrj09ojZuuXmswmMU5S9P1nRLSg2A9cbukYyDNmrXdxXwvotgWvTAyd

12.) SCA Painter, Aircraft (Corrosion Control) with Security Clearance,

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) , Nellis AFB, NV

http://www.clearancejobs.com/index.php?action=view_job&jobID=1166836

13.) Sr. Program Manager, STARGATES, INC., Washington, DC

http://www.stargates.com/pdfs/PM_20JUL07.pdf

14.) Acoustic Signal Processing Engineer, Signal Systems Corporation,

Severna Park, MD

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J8H2RY68KT0K5RZK7GF

15.) Measurement and Signature Intelligence Analyst 3, CACI, Dayton,

Ohio

http://www.clearancejobs.com/index.php?action=view_job&jobID=1154234

16.) Chemical Warfare Defense Analyst, Battelle Memorial Institute,

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

http://track.jobviper.com/ViewJob.asp?id=615808-631-1125

17.) Senior Certification Engineer, GE Aviation, Grand Rapids, MI

http://www.aeroindustryjobs.com/ViewCompanyProfile.aspx?client_id=18&job_id=23447

18.) Computer Sys Security Analyst 3, Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine,

Charlottesville, VA

http://careers.northropgrumman.com/ExternalHorizonsWeb/getJobPostDetail.do?sequenceNumber=174475

19.) Training Instructor (Flight Simulator), Army Installation

Management Agency, Ft. Campbell , KY

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=80053604

20.) Senior Low Observable/Conformal Antenna Aperture Design Engineer,

Ball Aerospace, Westminster, CO

http://www.collegerecruiter.com/jobid371036/SeniorLowObservable-ConformalAntennaApertureDesignEngineer

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