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  • Change Management – Supply Chain View from the Field
    be a long time before oil goes back up to prior levels of 50 bbl plus and may never reach the No comments Only 1 Week Until the Supply Chain Analytics Conference at NC State November 30 2015 by handfield categories Analytics Change Management Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Organizing for Supply Chain Supply chain analytics Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Students With only one week left prior to our upcoming SCRC meeting students are busily preparing their final posters putting the finishing touches on their presentations and getting ready to meet with their project sponsors to deliver their insights and findings Many of the projects students in my MBA 541 class have been working on this No comments Change Management in Moving from Tactical to Strategic Sourcing October 12 2015 by handfield categories Analytics Change Management Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Supply chain analytics Supply chain Relationships I had the opportunity to host a panel of Chief Procurement Officers at the Zycus Horizons 2015 meeting on October 5 2015 on the subject of the journey organizations take in moving from tactical to strategic sourcing The panel included Marianna Danchisko CPO from Celgene Angela Thomas Anderson CPO of QBE Insurance and Barbara Ardell from 1 comment About Supply Chain View from the Field About The SCRC Producing graduates that are prepared to tackle supply chain management issues with analytical problem solving practical skills and the ability to execute Rob Handfield is the Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and Consulting Editor Journal of Operations Management He serves as Co Director of the SCRC along with Clyde Crider more Search Translate Recent Posts SCRC Meeting Insights Part II Management Principles for Executing Visibility Strategies SCRC Meeting Insights Part I A Fireside Chat with John Sculley Apple s former CEO The Do s and Don ts of Deal Making and Contract Management The Drive To 100 Bio based Plastic Bottles Bo Andersson s Supply Strategy Collides With Vladimir Putin s Russia The Performance Triangle Collapses Outsourcing Tesla is Bucking the Trend Can You Trust the Information Your Supply Chain System Tells You Craig Reed from Dupont Battle Tactics for Technology Innovation What are Block Chains Jason Busch on the Future of Money Trust and Transparency Procurement Technology An Update from Spend Matters in Baltimore Upcoming SCRC Meeting to Focus on Transparency in the Global Supply Chain Is it Time for to Move Away from World Class Supply Chains Academics share insights about sustainable supply chains at NC State Workshop Poor Supply Chain Systems will drag down your asset velocity Procurement Analytics Hanging Out and Thinking About Value Supply chain industries have a massive impact on the North Carolina economy 6 Questions on the Minds of Every Chief Procurement Officer Procurement at a Crossroads Spot On and Makes You Think Transparency is the new Sustainability Collaboration is becoming a bad word in some circles Nike partnership with Flex producing innovation coupled with digitization A

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  • China Supply Chain – Supply Chain View from the Field
    Global Logistics Survey November 16 2012 by handfield categories China Supply Chain Strategic Sourcing Supply Chain Strategy We have currently launched an important online survey being conducted in conjunction with BVL International a non profit global logistics institute dedicated to promoting knowledge and best practices in logistics The study is also being carried out in parallel with Technical University Berlin Darmstadt University FDC Cabral Brazil and other research partners in India and China 2 comments Socialization An Important Dimension of Supply Chain Relationships May 8 2012 by handfield categories Business Process Outsourcing China Supply Chain Customer Relationship Management Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Strategy The ability to capture value from your business relationships is increasingly seen as critical differentiator in firm success Cousins et al 2006 Much of the strategic purchasing literature addresses the role of spend analysis supplier selection leveraging negotiation and contract management yet there is a critical element of strategic supply management that occurs after No comments The Global Phosphate Supply Market Risky and Getting Riskier April 24 2012 by handfield categories Category Management China Supply Chain Commodities forecasting Global Supply Chain Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk An MBA student team in my supply market intelligence class this week presented their supply market intelligence study on phosphate production One of the key points was the volatility of Morocco as the major supplier of phosphate Based on current reserves and production trends Morocco will play a very important role in the world of 6 comments Senator Raymond Burr Shares His Thoughts February 25 2012 by handfield categories China Supply Chain Forecasting Global Supply Chain Supply Chain Management I sat on a panel this week in Charlotte on Strategic Transactions Planning for 2012 Beyond hosted by Moore Van Allen One of the first speakers was U S Senator Richard Burr who gave an incredible speech outlining the current global landscape the political climate in Washington and what lies ahead Senator Burr No comments Regional government policies have raised problems for Chinese talent seekers January 4 2012 by handfield categories China Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Logistics MBA Supply Chain Programs Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Talent In this on going blog theme on China we explore some of the challenges experienced by companies seeking talented individuals for supply chain roles as they expand in Asia Much of my thinking here is based on a joint paper I am working on with Yanghong Shi a visiting scholar from the Shanxi University of Finance 4 comments Logistics Education in China January 3 2012 by handfield categories China Supply Chain Global Supply Chain MBA Supply Chain Programs Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Talent Though the advancement of higher education in China has produced more graduate students for entering level positions in foreign logistics companies locating qualified candidates is a real challenge Several of the recruiting personnel we interviewed from Western companies who expressed their frustration at finding the right talent for their supply chain roles In general the 10

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  • Commodities forecasting – Supply Chain View from the Field
    organizations seeking to drive insights into their supply markets as they attempt to navigate the choppy waters of global economic change One of the tools that we ve used in these engagements is a trusted standby the Porter Five 5 comments College grads trouble finding a job Think welding March 5 2013 by handfield categories Commodities forecasting Strategic Cost Management Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Talent We recently worked on a study examining the market for pipeline construction services Across North America projects like Keystone are only the beginning of growth for pipelines in oil and gas The market for pipeline construction is growing and there will continue to be competition for capable suppliers in the marketplace In areas such as No comments Bio based Feedstock Supply Chains Subject Matter Experts Speak in Washington November 29 2012 by handfield categories Commodities forecasting Procurement Sustainability Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Sustainability I attended a conference today in Washington DC hosted by Duke University and Yale University on Biobased Feedstocks The discussion led to some interesting observations about the tradeoffs and opportunities between biobased and fossil based feedstocks The bioeconomy is a large and rapidly growing segment that allows everyone to live longer healthier lives reduce dependence 5 comments A Sustainable Energy Platform for the EU and the World October 25 2012 by handfield categories BRIC Supply Chain Commodities forecasting Forecasting Global Supply Chain Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Systems At the BVL conference I had the opportunity to speak to the group and provide them with an overview of the insights and trends from the global logistics study that is currently underway I also had the opportunity to introduce Dr Michael Seuss CEO of the Energy Sector for Siemens AG and Member of their 2 comments The Global Phosphate Supply Market Risky and Getting Riskier April 24 2012 by handfield categories Category Management China Supply Chain Commodities forecasting Global Supply Chain Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk An MBA student team in my supply market intelligence class this week presented their supply market intelligence study on phosphate production One of the key points was the volatility of Morocco as the major supplier of phosphate Based on current reserves and production trends Morocco will play a very important role in the world of 6 comments How to Read the Inventory Tea Leaves April 10 2012 by handfield categories Commodities forecasting Forecasting Inventory Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Strategy An article in the WSJ provides an interesting set of perspectives on what increasing or shrinking inventory numbers might mean in terms of an organization s supply chain performance As I noted in an earlier blog inventory is often an indicator used to measure how efficient supply chains are as is considered a key component in No comments Prediction More volatility in oil and commodities March 22 2012 by handfield categories Commodities forecasting Global Supply Chain There appears to be more

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  • Contract Management – Supply Chain View from the Field
    hundreds of 2 comments Q Food vs Fuel A Wrong question We need more efficient markets March 13 2015 by handfield categories Commodities forecasting Contract Management Corporate Social Responsibility Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Food Supply Chains Forecasting Local Food Systems Procurement Sustainability Supply Chain Economics Sustainability I have been working with Jay Golden at Duke University on the biobased forecasting project for the USDA seeking to understand the current scope of the biobased product market focused on non fuel non food products I had the opportunity to speak today with an educated economist who works for the OmniTech International He has been working No comments Biogen Idec designs the innovation supply chain February 25 2015 by handfield categories Biobased Products Biopharmaceutical Supply Chain Business Process Outsourcing Contract Management Design for Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Healthcare Supply Management Organizing for Supply Chain Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Joydeep Ganguly from Biogen Idec spoke in my Supply Chain Relationships class last week and shared his insights on how Biogen s supply chain evolved Since graduating from the NC State Jenkins MBA program in 2006 Joydeep Ganguly has risen through the ranks at Biogen Idec the world s oldest independent biotechnology company and the largest No comments Post Award Contract Management Soft Skills Differentiate Success February 9 2015 by handfield categories Contract Management Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Oil and Gas Procurement Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships I recently spoke with an oil and gas executive who shared with me his thoughts on post award contract management He noted that Demand management and specification management are some of the biggest problems encountered in post award contracting A few years ago we reviewed this situation and found that the biggest problems were often ones that 3 comments Changing SRM Behaviors in a Period of 70 bbl Oil November 12 2014 by handfield categories Category Management Contract Management Oil and Gas Procurement Supplier Relationship Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships I was in Houston yesterday evening speaking to a large group of procurement executives at a roundtable held by KPMG s Procurement Advisory Group at the fabulous Brennan s restaurant on Smith Street The event was sponsored by Coupa one of the leading providers of software and several of the Coupa executives from the Houston area and 1 comment Collaborative Approaches to Design Build Contracts in Oil and Gas Construction October 13 2014 by handfield categories Contract Management Customer Relationship Management Oil and Gas Procurement Supplier Relationship Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Many companies are still proclaiming that they have collaborative relationships but nowhere is this less the case then in the construction industry in oil and gas In this environment traditional Design Build relationships are more risk prone and litigious then ever Recently I met with a group of companies in Niagara Falls at a meeting hosted by Aecon a 1 comment Notes from ProcureCon Indirect West at the Wigwam in Phoenix Arizona September 16 2014 by handfield categories Business Process Outsourcing Contract Management Procure to Pay Social Media in Supply Chains Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Talent Had a great time today speaking at the ProcureCon conference in Phoenix today and spent a good deal of time talking to a number of the different solutions providers in the vendor area I was amazed at the speed and convenience of the technical solutions emerging in the procurement area based on the discussions I No comments Real Estate A Massive Working Capital Opportunity in Organizational Supply Chains April 18 2014 by handfield categories Contract Management Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Real Estate Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Working Capital Management I recently had the opportunity to interview a group of individuals who work for a large life sciences company in their facilities management group Like many such groups Facilities are often involved in the typical activities of maintenance and upkeep of construction services including replacement of chillers air handlers carpet furniture etc But the facilities 4 comments The Origins of Category Management February 3 2014 by handfield categories Category Management Commodities forecasting Contract Management Global Supply Chain Procure to Pay Strategic Cost Management Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Strategy I was fortunately enough to have a fascinating discussion with Steve Zimmer who currently leads a team at US Car For those who may have been around for a few years Steve was the architect of the Extended Enterprise concept pioneered by Chrysler during the years of 1989 1998 The origins of the Extended Enterprise went 1 comment Handfield s Supply Chain Analytics Predictions for 2014 December 16 2013 by handfield categories Analytics BRIC Supply Chain BVL International Contract Management Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Forecasting German supply chain Global Distribution Global Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Logistics MBA Supply Chain Programs Strategic Cost Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Quality Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Systems Supply Market Intelligence Sustainability Transportation Planning 2013 has certainly been an interesting year I ve had the good fortune to be presented with opportunities for compelling discussions with a significant group of leading thinkers senior executives in procurement logistics and technology management over this past year I also worked with a team of leading thinkers in developing the Future of Procurement Report 6 comments Boston Procurement Leaders part 3 Talent Management Challenges September 19 2013 by handfield categories Contract Management Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Ethics Supply Chain Talent Supply Chain Talent Management One of the most interesting panels from the Boston Procurement Leaders conference was focused on Talent Management We heard

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility – Supply Chain View from the Field
    Sustainability Luxury is a necessity that begins when necessity ends Coco Chanel In this blog I review the new book Sustainable Luxury by Gardetti and Torres Most people who buy a luxury product whether it is a Gucci purse an Armani suit a Dolce Gabana dress or a pair of Ferragamo loafers rarely stop No comments The Price of a Big Mac in Denmark Worth the wages October 28 2014 by handfield categories Corporate Social Responsibility Food Supply Chains Global Supply Chain Supply Chain Ethics Supply Chain Management Bob Trebilock editor of the Supply Chain Management Review sent me an interesting email today that poses an interesting set of questions Bob writes A friend sent me an email today with a link to a column by Peter Morici a well known conservative economist and writer you see him on Xerox commercials wearing a bow No comments Global Luxury Management Lifestyle brands require push supply chain design customization October 24 2014 by handfield categories Analytics BRIC Supply Chain China Supply Chain Corporate Social Responsibility Customer Relationship Management Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Global Supply Chain Luxury Brands Supply Chain Management More and more global luxury brands such as Gucci Louis Vuitton and others are promoting themselves as Lifestyle brands spanning many products including fragrance home collections apparel paint wallpaper foods and many other products In this environment the supply chain and logistics task becomes even more complex as it involves delivering and fulfilling product and service No comments Handfield s Supply Chain Analytics Predictions for 2014 December 16 2013 by handfield categories Analytics BRIC Supply Chain BVL International Contract Management Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Forecasting German supply chain Global Distribution Global Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Logistics MBA Supply Chain Programs Strategic Cost Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Quality Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Systems Supply Market Intelligence Sustainability Transportation Planning 2013 has certainly been an interesting year I ve had the good fortune to be presented with opportunities for compelling discussions with a significant group of leading thinkers senior executives in procurement logistics and technology management over this past year I also worked with a team of leading thinkers in developing the Future of Procurement Report 6 comments Natural Gas is Cheaper and More Sustainable for Transportation Just Ask Truckers October 30 2013 by handfield categories Corporate Social Responsibility Oil and Gas Procurement Supply Chain Innovation Sustainability Transportation Planning Today s story in the Wall Street Journal discusses how more operators of the largest truck fleets in the US are in the process of converting their fleets over to natural gas powered trucks These big companies including Procter Gamble United Parcel Service FedEx and North Carolina based Lowes are all recognizing that the cost 1 comment Auditing visibility and collaboration The keys to a socially

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  • Energy Supply Chain – Supply Chain View from the Field
    Oil and Gas Procurement Strategic Cost Management Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Risk I had the opportunity to host a good colleague of mine in my supply chain relationships class this week We worked together years ago to help define the a baseline framework for strategic sourcing and category management that was deployed within the a large oil and gas company s lubricants group and which later became deployed across No comments Duke Energy CEO Talks About Leadership April 9 2015 by handfield categories Corporate Social Responsibility Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Energy Supply Chain Oil and Gas Procurement Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Management Sustainability Lynn Good Duke Energy s CEO spoke at NC State this week and shared her many thoughts on leadership and transformation Her vision for what is otherwise often considered a stable and boring industry energy utilities provided a great deal for students and faculty to think about Duke Energy s roots lied in seeking to harness the 3 comments About Supply Chain View from the Field About The SCRC Producing graduates that are prepared to tackle supply chain management issues with analytical problem solving practical skills and the ability to execute Rob Handfield is the Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and Consulting Editor Journal of Operations Management He serves as Co Director of the SCRC along with Clyde Crider more Search Translate Recent Posts SCRC Meeting Insights Part II Management Principles for Executing Visibility Strategies SCRC Meeting Insights Part I A Fireside Chat with John Sculley Apple s former CEO The Do s and Don ts of Deal Making and Contract Management The Drive To 100 Bio based Plastic Bottles Bo Andersson s Supply Strategy Collides With Vladimir Putin s Russia The Performance Triangle Collapses Outsourcing Tesla is Bucking the Trend Can You Trust the Information Your Supply Chain System Tells You Craig Reed from Dupont Battle Tactics for Technology Innovation What are Block Chains Jason Busch on the Future of Money Trust and Transparency Procurement Technology An Update from Spend Matters in Baltimore Upcoming SCRC Meeting to Focus on Transparency in the Global Supply Chain Is it Time for to Move Away from World Class Supply Chains Academics share insights about sustainable supply chains at NC State Workshop Poor Supply Chain Systems will drag down your asset velocity Procurement Analytics Hanging Out and Thinking About Value Supply chain industries have a massive impact on the North Carolina economy 6 Questions on the Minds of Every Chief Procurement Officer Procurement at a Crossroads Spot On and Makes You Think Transparency is the new Sustainability Collaboration is becoming a bad word in some circles Nike partnership with Flex producing innovation coupled with digitization A solution for the New Normal Real Time Supply Chain thinking SCM is smoking hot Why students should consider NC State for a supply chain major Driving Supply Chain Engagement in Oil and Gas NOW is the Time Categories Aerospace Supply Chain Analytics

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  • ERP Systems – Supply Chain View from the Field
    Management A senior executive from a large global manufacturer came to speak in my MBA class this week and discussed the major shifts in global business that was occurring due to the emergence of omni channel capabilities in the supply chain His insights and presence were most appreciated by everyone especially given the snowfall we were experiencing 2 comments What is the return on ERP implementation Results from our research January 14 2015 by handfield categories Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Strategic Sourcing Supplier Relationship Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Systems As organizations seek to drive supply chain integration across global business units and markets billions of dollars have been invested in massive systems known as enterprise resource planning ERP systems ERP systems are generally thought of as large systems with transaction processing and data structure capabilities that promote intra organizational communication ERP systems are deemed to be a critical No comments Handfield s Supply Chain Analytics Predictions for 2014 December 16 2013 by handfield categories Analytics BRIC Supply Chain BVL International Contract Management Corporate Social Responsibility Design for Supply Chain Emerging Issues in Supply Chain ERP Systems Forecasting German supply chain Global Distribution Global Supply Chain Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Logistics MBA Supply Chain Programs Strategic Cost Management Supply chain analytics Supply Chain Economics Supply Chain Innovation Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Quality Supply chain Relationships Supply Chain Risk Supply Chain Strategy Supply Chain Systems Supply Market Intelligence Sustainability Transportation Planning 2013 has certainly been an interesting year I ve had the good fortune to be presented with opportunities for compelling discussions with a significant group of leading thinkers senior executives in procurement logistics and technology management over this past year I also worked with a team of leading thinkers in developing the Future of Procurement Report 6 comments About Supply Chain View from the Field About The SCRC Producing graduates that are prepared to tackle supply chain management issues with analytical problem solving practical skills and the ability to execute Rob Handfield is the Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and Consulting Editor Journal of Operations Management He serves as Co Director of the SCRC along with Clyde Crider more Search Translate Recent Posts SCRC Meeting Insights Part II Management Principles for Executing Visibility Strategies SCRC Meeting Insights Part I A Fireside Chat with John Sculley Apple s former CEO The Do s and Don ts of Deal Making and Contract Management The Drive To 100 Bio based Plastic Bottles Bo Andersson s Supply Strategy Collides With Vladimir Putin s Russia The Performance Triangle Collapses Outsourcing Tesla is Bucking the Trend Can You Trust the Information Your Supply Chain System Tells You Craig Reed from Dupont Battle Tactics for Technology Innovation What are Block Chains Jason Busch on the Future of Money Trust and Transparency Procurement Technology An Update from Spend Matters in Baltimore Upcoming SCRC Meeting to Focus on Transparency in the Global Supply

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  • Food Supply Chains – Supply Chain View from the Field
    that are indeed challenges for the seafood supply chain in North Carolina as well as some avenues to explore that may drive solutions First Gary pointed out that 91 of the seafood 2 comments More on the importance of human relationships in local food systems February 12 2014 by handfield categories Food Supply Chains MBA Supply Chain Programs Supplier Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Supply chain Relationships Sustainability Ben Filippo is Food System Coordinator for the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association a farmer driven membership based 501c3 non profit organization to help people in the Carolinas grow and eat locally He also spoke in my class this week Ben notes that a big chunk of what we do are work with artisans and our No comments Local Food Systems Insights from the Front Lines It s About the People by handfield categories Food Supply Chains Inventory Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Quality Sebastian Naskarkis learned more about the ins and outs of produce quality inspections than he ever dreamed Sebastian is a first year MBA student and NC Growing Together Research Fellow who presented in my Local Foods class yesterday and shared many of the insights he learned while working in a large food distribution center in No comments Origins of the Local Food Systems Movement in North Carolina January 7 2014 by handfield categories Food Supply Chains Local Food Systems Sustainability We kicked off our first class on Local Food Systems today with a strong cadre of students from the MBA program from agroecology agriculture and other areas This is an exciting new class that I was tasked to assemble as part of a grant from the US Department of Agriculture awarded to NC State University No comments SCRC Fellows Study Local Food and Sustainable Supply Chains October 10 2013 by handfield categories Food Supply Chains Labor and Human Rights in the Supply Chain Supply Chain Management Sustainability A recent story posted by the Center for Environmental Farming Systems highlights the role of our two research fellows Jessica Newsome and Sebastian Naskaris The fellows will provide supply chain research and expertise to develop successful economically viable connections between local food producers and mainstream retail and institutional food buyers Fellows will analyze the sourcing 2 comments USDA Funds NC State Study Integrating North Carolina s small farmers and producers in the global food supply chain February 14 2013 by handfield categories Food Supply Chains Global Distribution Retail Logistics Sustainability The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative SCRC in North Carolina State University s Poole College of Management is one of several partners in a five year 3 9 million grant funded project to build and evaluate supply chains for local farmers and fishers to supply large scale markets in North Carolina The project is led by the Center for Environmental No comments About Supply Chain View from the Field About The SCRC Producing graduates that are prepared to tackle supply chain management issues with analytical problem solving practical skills and the ability

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