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  • 11/30/2017 3:27 PM | Anonymous

    DCI Consulting Group

    Location: Washington, DC

    About the Organization

    DCI Consulting Group ( is a Human Resources (HR) Risk Management consulting and software development firm located in downtown Washington, D.C. DCI staff provide consulting services to Fortune 500 companies in the areas of EEO, compliance, legal defensibility, and provide in-depth consulting in the areas of affirmative action development and implementation, employee selection and test validation, systemic compensation discrimination analyses, OFCCP audit and litigation support, and regulatory affairs. DCI’s clients represent a cross-section of private sector, federal agency and public sector clients. Private sector clients represent a wide range of industries, including aerospace and defense, financial services, pharmaceuticals, high technology, retail, and manufacturing. DCI staff also work directly with a number of national law firms to provide related consulting and litigation support services.

    About the Job

    DCI seeks a consultant with an understanding of EEO law, statistics, data analysis, testing and selection and other related consulting services. Duties include preparing federal Affirmative Action Plans and other statistical analyses for Fortune 1000 federal contractors. Primary responsibilities of this position include the development of Affirmative Action Plan statistics, statistical compensation analyses, EEO-1 and VETS-4212 preparation, EEO defense statistics including adverse impact analyses, validation studies, and other related statistical analyses. In addition, Consultant will provide support to clients during OFCCP audits or litigation.

    Specific job requirements include the following:

    • MA/MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Statistics, Labor Economics, or related field.
    • 3 years or more of experience directly related to federal affirmative action plan compliance
    • Working knowledge of related federal EEO laws including EO 11246, Title VII, ADA, UGESP, EPA etc.
    • Conceptual understanding of advanced statistical methods and interpretation of statistical data concerning EEO statistics, including multiple regression analysis, correlation, t-test, standard deviation, Fisher’s Exact Test, etc.
    • Familiarity with OFCCP audit protocol and regulations
    • Must have attention to detail and ability to work under multiple deadlines.
    • Strong computer skills required: MS Access, MS Excel, SPSS, SAS.
    • Excellent communication, computer, presentation, and consulting skills, attention to detail, ability to handle multiple projects and a variety of client situations required.

    Application Instructions

    DCI offers an attractive compensation package, a dynamic work environment, and a wide range of unique and interesting applied research projects in the EEO context. To apply for this position, please send your resume to:

  • 11/09/2017 8:41 AM | Anonymous

    FTI Consulting, Inc. 

    Location: McLean, VA

    About the Company

    FTI Consulting, Inc. is a global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations protect and enhance enterprise value in an increasingly complex legal, regulatory and economic environment. With more than 4,100 professionals in 25 countries, we work closely with clients to anticipate, illuminate and overcome complex business challenges in areas such as investigations, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory issues, reputation management and restructuring. Our professionals are some of the most experienced leaders in their fields including: certified turnaround professionals, forensic accountants, corporate investigation specialists, intellectual property specialists, former political leaders, former chief executives, Nobel Laureate economists, banking and securities professionals, certified public accountants, e-discovery professionals, corporate, financial and crisis communications specialists, chartered financial analysts and industry experts. Since our founding in 1982, clients have turned to us for high-stakes issues that require specialized expertise. We are the company engaged to work behind the headlines on some of the biggest news stories of the last two decades including the Bernie Madoff investment securities scandal, the Stanford Financial Group investigation, the 2010 Gulf oil spill crisis, the Major League Baseball steroid investigation, and high profile corporate restructurings including Lehman Brothers, General Motors and CIT, just to name a few.

    If you are interested in becoming part of a fast growing company and contributing to history-making engagements, read on.

    Position Purpose

    The Compensation Analyst will be responsible for providing compensation analysis and support on both executive and non-executive compensation globally. The role will report to the Director, Compensation and play an important role in executing day to day activities.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Manage the market compensation survey participation process. Conducts analysis based on the survey results.

    • Responsible for maintaining the content in the survey management database

    • Support the execution of the year-end merit increase and bonus payment cycle. Assist with necessary data audits.

    • Manage the monthly bonus process

    • Work with HRIS team to ensure compensation data is loaded into our various HR systems

    • Manage the content of the compensation database

    • Coordinate day to day administration of various components of our executive compensation program

    Minimum Qualifications

    • 1 year of related experience in Compensation Administration

    • Bachelor’s Degree required

    Requirements and General Skills:

    • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    • Positive attitude and strong work ethic

    • Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment

    • Ability to recognize and maintain confidentiality of work materials

    • Willingness to learn HR systems/procedures/functions

    • Strong organizational skills and attention to details

    • Self-motivated and proactive

    • Exhibits strong customer service competency

    Technical Skills

    • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel required

    • Knowledge of Microsoft Access desired

    • Working knowledge of HRIS systems, specifically PeopleSoft a plus

    Interested Applicants

    Please follow this link to apply:

    FTI Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 11/07/2017 9:19 AM | Anonymous

    Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Texas A&M University

    Location: College Station, TX

    The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences ( at Texas A&M University invites applications for a non-tenure track Instructional Assistant Professor position, to begin ideally December 1, 2017. The successful candidate will facilitate launching and maintaining a highly regarded terminal master's program in I/0 psychology. We seek candidates who are enthusiastic about the opportunity to develop this new program, mentor master's students, and build connections to local and national corporations.


    • Oversee day-to-day operations of the MSIOP program
    • Serve as the first point of contact to all MSIOP students concerning program-related questions or concerns and work with students to help them resolve any issues
    • Mentor students on professional issues, networking advice, internship/job preparation, and career options by meeting with them individually, as a group, and giving them opportunities to receive feedback on their application materials (e.g., CV) and interview preparation
    • Teach 2 master's level classes a year in the program
    • Develop the program curriculum that is consistent with SlOP's Education and Training Guidelines and responsive to the needs of today's employers. Update the curriculum as needed over time
    • Recruit potential program applicants and respond to emails and requests for information and campus visits. Work to increase the number and quality of applications received each year. Monitor the number of applications received and pursue remedies if the number and quality of applicants declines
    • Serve as the main point-of-contact and thus primary correspondent to all prospective applicants and applicants to the program throughout the year
    • Maintain an up-to-date and professional presence of the program on the web, social media, and other recruitment materials (e.g., brochures)
    • Review applications and make initial recommendations for extending offers and wait list
    • Maintain and track changes in data concerning applicants, students, and alumni including but not limited to demographics, admissions statistics, contact information, internship, and job placements
    • Make decisions concerning who to extend scholarships to each year
    • Work with the Associate Head of Programs to determine faculty assignments to courses in the M.S. program to ensure all necessary courses are staffed 
    • As needed, recruit and secure commitments from adjuncts to teach courses in the program
    • Facilitate onboarding of new students and conduct an orientation
    • Identify internship opportunities and facilitate student placement
    • Facilitate communication about job opportunities to current students and alumni
    • Track program accomplishments
    • Regularly review practices and characteristics of comparable programs at other schools to ensure quality and competitive up-to-date practices
    • Ensure information about the program is up-to-date on the SIOP website, department website, graduate student handbook, and graduate catalog
    • Network with industry and consulting firm representatives to facilitate relationships that lead to internships, job placements, and possibly research opportunities
    • Gather program assessment data to meet university reporting requirements and report to university each year (e.g., survey of graduating students)
    • Serve as the primary point-of-contact to internship sponsors/supervisors to ensure all internship placements result in a mutually beneficial experience
    • Attend the SlOP conference annually and HAIOP and DAIOP meetings periodically


    Applicants should have a strong record of instruction and a commitment to graduate education. A master's in Industrial/Organizational psychology or a closely-related field is required; Ph.D. is preferred. 

    Applicant Instructions

    To apply, please send electronic copies of a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching experience, and 3 reference letters to Jeannine Scambray at The search committee will begin reviewing applications immediately and will continue to review new applications until the position is filled. Texas A&M University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has a policy of being responsive to the needs of dual-career couples.

    Individual responsible for hire: Heather Lench

  • 11/03/2017 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    U.S. Office of Personnel Management

    Location: Washington DC

    Open Period: 11/1/2017 to 11/15/2017

    Salary: $54,972 to $123,234 per year

    Series & Grade: GS-0180-9-13

    About the Job

    The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has multiple Personnel Research Psychologist vacancies available that will be filled through a combination of Student Pathways Recent Graduates and Career positions. If qualified to do so, individuals can be considered for multiple position types so individuals are encouraged to apply for both Recent Graduate and Career positions. The Recent Graduates Program offers developmental experiences in the Federal Government intended to promote possible careers in the civil service for recent graduates who received their degree within two years (veterans have up to six years to apply due to their military service obligation). More information about the Student Pathways Recent Graduate program can be found here:

    These Personnel Research Psychologist positions are located in the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) HR Solutions (HRS) Assessment & Evaluation Branch (AEB). AEB provides assessment services on a reimbursable basis to other Federal agencies and offers a fast-paced environment where your duties and responsibilities require interacting at all levels, across multiple offices, within and external to HRS and OPM. AEB has three sections – Selection & Promotion Assessment (SPA), Leadership & Workforce Development Assessment (LWDA), and Organizational Assessment (OA).

    SPA develops, validates, and administers cognitive and non-cognitive competency assessments for selection, promotion, and diagnostic purposes to include written and non-written tests, job knowledge tests, performance tests, and computer simulations, and conducts job analyses and provides assessment training and support.

    LWDA develops, validates, and administers leadership and workforce planning assessments to assess leader and employee effectiveness by targeting competencies, personality, and leadership potential and conducts competency modeling and gap analysis for workforce training and development.

    OA develops and administers organizational assessments to assess climate and organizational outcomes including organizational climate, employee satisfaction, customer satisfaction, onboarding and exit surveys, and custom surveys, and conducts program evaluation and develops organizational effectiveness indices.

    If selected, you will be responsible for leading or serving as a key contributor on one or more project teams to develop and/or contract for innovative assessment tools, conduct job analyses, and advise agencies and internal senior management on developing and implementing assessment strategies. Typical duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Conduct Government-wide and/or agency job analyses.
    • Develop and implement competency models, workforce gap assessments, and leadership assessments.
    • Help agencies identify, evaluate, and solve organizational problems using customer action planning, satisfaction surveys, employee surveys, and focus groups.
    • Establish project objectives, activities, timelines, budgets, and staffing plans.
    • Advise agencies and internal senior management on implementing assessment strategies.
    • Evaluate training, candidate development, or other human resources programs.

    Job Requirements

    Key Requirements

    • U.S. Citizen
    • Suitable for Federal employment, determined by a background investigation
    • Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for Selective Service
    • Relevant experience (see Qualifications below)
    • Must complete initial online questionnaire and additional assessments


    Basic Requirement:

    For GS-09, GS-11, GS-12, and GS-13, all applicants must have successfully completed a full 4-year course of study in an accredited or pre-accredited academic institution leading to a bachelor's or higher degree with a major or equivalent in psychology to receive further consideration.

    Each GS-grade has additional experience and/or education requirements to be minimally qualified for selection. The minimum requirement for the GS-9, which is the least senior position, is at least two years of progressively higher graduate level education in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or a related field (for example, applied psychology, social psychology, applied social psychology, organizational development) OR one year of specialized experience performing Industrial/Organizational Psychology duties (for example, conducting literature searches; performing statistical analyses; identifying job requirements or analyzing job analysis data; administering routine assessments or organizational surveys; maintaining the integrity of data and performing quality assurance controls on data). An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be used to qualify for the GS-9 level. Please see the job opportunity announcement for the specific qualification requirements for the GS-9, GS-11, GS-12, and GS-13 grade levels.

    How to Apply: 

    For a full description and to apply, visit:

    NOTE: Merit Promotion, VEOA, and Non-Competitive Eligible applicants can apply via:

    Recent Graduates can apply via:

  • 10/26/2017 9:51 AM | Anonymous

    U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)

    Location: Washington, DC

    The Strategic Initiatives Unit (SIU) within U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement has multiple openings for Personnel Research Psychologists (GS-180-14, salary range: $112,021 to $145,629 per year) in its Washington, DC office. Applicants will be evaluated based upon responses provided on the job specific questionnaire that is required as part of the application process. Applications will be accepted from Wednesday, October 25, 2017 to Monday, November 13, 2017.

    The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a senior level Personnel Research Psychologist. You will be responsible for conducting research, applying innovative assessment procedures and techniques to identify top talent. You will work to develop practical solutions to HR management problems and concerns to include, developing selection systems to hire and retain highly qualified employees, including law enforcement officers. SIU will be a fast-paced environment where your duties and responsibilities require interacting at all levels, across multiple offices, within and external to ICE.

    Typical work assignments include, but are not limited to:

    • Leading the development of innovative assessment tools, including designing and coordinating job analysis studies, creating test content, developing scoring and weighting protocols, and creating technical documentation related to assessment activities;

    • Developing measurement concepts and tools including: written tests, interviews, training and experience assessments, etc. which are applied in the recruitment, selection, and retention of employees;

    • Applying psychometric and performance measurement, experimental design, descriptive and inferential (including advanced statistics), and other analytic methods;

    • Leading the ongoing maintenance of assessment tools, including designing and implementing maintenance strategies, securing and analyzing data related to item characteristics/performance and item exposure, and item refresh activities; and

    • Conducting assessor and test administrator training

    SIU is a newly formed unit within ICEs Office of Human Capital. Selectees will have the opportunity to build an assessment program from the ground-up.

    For more information and to apply:

    Current Federal employees:

    All other applicants:

    If you have any questions or would like to discuss the position further, please contact Matisha Montgomery at

  • 10/05/2017 6:37 PM | Anonymous

    Department of Homeland Security, TSA

    Location: Arlington, VA


    Securing Travel, Protecting People - At the Transportation Security Administration, you will serve in a high-stakes environment to safeguard the American way of life. In cities across the country, you would secure airports, seaports, railroads, highways, and/or public transit systems, thus protecting America's transportation infrastructure and ensuring freedom of movement for people and commerce. For additional information about our agency please: Click Here

    This position is also being announced through Public (US Citizen) procedure under Announcement #HQ-OHC-17-372667-P. Candidates who wish to be considered under both Public (US Citizens) and Government-Wide procedures must apply to both announcements.

    Applying to this announcement certifies that you give permission for DHS to share your application with others in DHS for similar positions.


    This Personnel Psychologist position is located in the Workforce Assessments Branch of the Planning, Assessments, and Classification Division, Office of Human Capital (OHC), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS). If selected for this position, you will be serving as the lead on assessment-related projects to address complex human capital issues in support of TSA's mission. Typical duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Developing project plans, milestones, managing resources, and directing project support staff and contractors. Leading all phases of project execution to ensure high quality and timely deliverables.
    • Planning and conducting comprehensive Job analyses and competency modeling studies requiring extensive research, literature reviews, and focus groups to support effective data collection, survey design, and subsequent data analysis.
    • Developing and validating tests for use in selection and certification testing. Developing performance criteria and collecting data for criterion-related validity studies. Analyzing tests for validity, reliability, adverse impact, and differential prediction. Developing norms and standards for use in employment decisions.
    • Designing and conducting TSA-wide surveys to assess workforce attitudes and measure issues such as satisfaction, retention, and employee engagement. Analyzing survey data and preparing briefings/reports of findings and making recommendations for action planning.
    • Serving as technical expert on employee assessment and overseeing contract support on assessment projects. Communicating technical information to a wide variety of audiences, including TSA leadership, management, and stakeholders. Collaborating with project team, stakeholders, and contractors to conduct assessment projects.


    Basic Requirement: Applicants must have a four year degree with a major or equivalent in Psychology for this position. You must attach copies of your transcripts to this application to verify your degree(s). These can be unofficial copies.

    To qualify for the SV-I Pay Band (equivalent to GS-13), you must have one year of specialized experience at the SV-H Pay Band or GS-12 in the Federal service equivalent experience in the private sector. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE is defined as experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position. Specialized experience is defined as:

    Experience applying industrial/organizational psychology; AND

    Experience in at least one of the following two areas: 1.) Applying test theory (i.e., classical test theory, item response theory) and psychometric methodology to develop and validate personnel tests (e.g., cognitive assessments, situational judgment tests, personality measures), or 2.) Conducting large-scale job analyses by using a variety of data collection techniques (i.e., observation, interviews, focus groups, surveys) and performing analyses to determine job requirements.

    National Service Experience (i.e., volunteer experience): Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential: I

    Interested Applicants:

  • 09/27/2017 5:37 PM | Anonymous

    United States Secret Service, Dept of Homeland Security

    Location: Washington, D.C.

    The U.S. Secret Service is currently accepting applications for the position of Personnel Research Psychologist ($94,796 - $123,234) at its headquarters in Washington, DC. This is a unique opportunity to join a rapidly expanding HR Research team tasked with providing effective competency-based assessments to support the establishment and maintenance of a quality workforce.

    Our Mission

    The United States Secret Service is mandated by statute and executive order to carry out two significant missions: protection and criminal investigations. The Secret Service protects the president and vice president, their families, heads of state, and other designated individuals; investigates threats against these protectees; protects the White House, vice president’s residence, foreign missions, and other buildings within Washington, D.C.; and plans and implements security designs for designated National Special Security Events. The Secret Service also investigates violations of laws relating to counterfeiting of obligations and securities of the United States; financial crimes that include, but are not limited to, access device fraud, financial institution fraud, identity theft, computer fraud; and computer-based attacks on our nation’s financial, banking, and telecommunications infrastructure.


    The selectee will serve as a Human Resources professional responsible for developing and validating effective competency models and competency-based assessments for employee selection, promotion, career development, and organizational effectiveness.

    Additional duties of this position may include:

    • Conducting research studies to evaluate the effectiveness of existing HR systems and tools.
    • Ensuring mandated laws, rules, and regulations are properly assessed for potential impact on assessment initiatives.
    • Utilizing knowledge of test theory, psychometric methodology, and statistics to research and analyze HR data related to hiring, retention, and workforce analysis.


    Ideal candidates will possess an advanced degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or related field of study; and will possess a combination of education, training, and experience in test theory, quantitative and qualitative data analytic strategies, and research methodology. Strong candidates will have experience developing and validating competency-based assessments for employee selection, promotion, and/or organizational development purposes; and experience managing projects requiring coordination across multiple lines of business.

    To Apply

    Multiple selections will be made. Interested applicants should visit for application procedures. After accessing this website, select “Search Jobs”, then enter an associated job announcement number in the field labeled “Keyword Search”. The job announcement numbers for this job opportunity are HUM-JM293-17-DE and HUM-JM293-17-MP.

    Applications will be accepted through October 6, 2017 at 11:59pm EST.

  • 09/23/2017 9:10 AM | Anonymous

    US Office of Personnel Management (OPM)

    Location: Washington, DC


    This position is a Personnel Research Psychologist, GS-0180-14 with a full performance level of GS-14 and is located in Employee Services, Recruitment and Hiring, Classification and Assessment Policy (CAP). Classification and Assessment Policy (CAP) develops and maintains position classification, job grading and qualification standards and guides for occupations and job families under the General Schedule and Federal Wage System. CAP also develops and maintains competency profiles and model assessment tools and strategies for Government-wide occupations and serves as a technical resource to other OPM units and Federal agencies on classification, qualification, competency, and assessment policy matters.

    In this role you will conduct job analyses, evaluations, examinations, fact-finding studies, and lead research projects to develop integrated position classification and qualification standards for all General Schedule and Wage Grade occupations. The incumbent will develop assessment guidance, tools and other resources for designing effective employee selection procedures.

    Interested Applicants

    Candidates interested in this job can apply here: The application deadline is September 25, 2017.

  • 09/20/2017 2:47 PM | Anonymous

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection 

    Location: Washington D.C.

    Personnel Research Psychologist (GS-0180). The Personnel Research and Assessment Division within U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has multiple openings for Personnel Research Psychologists (GS-180-12/13, salary range: $79,720.00 to $123,234.00 per year) in its Washington, DC office. Applicants will be evaluated based upon responses provided on the job specific questionnaire that is required as part of the application process. Applications will be accepted from Tuesday, September 19, 2017 to Tuesday, October 3, 2017.

    The Personnel Research and Assessment Division is a team of Industrial-Organizational Psychologists leveraging expertise in human capital strategies and applied research to make a difference in the safety and security of our Nation.

    Selected applicants will conduct applied research, internal consulting, and data analysis to support innovative testing programs and to design organizational interventions.

    Potential assignments include, but are not limited to:

    • Developing surveys to collect actionable data on a variety of industrial-organizational issues (e.g., job analysis, workload analysis, organizational climate);
    • Designing and conducting validation studies for assessments, including computer adaptive tests;
    • Developing and refining assessment content based on classical test theory, logic, and item response theory;
    • Conducting organizational studies to develop and implement solutions related to talent management, training design, organizational development, motivation, leadership, and performance evaluation.

    The position requires participation in all phases of the process, from problem definition to reporting of results. Strong communication skills are required.

    For more information and to apply:

    Current Federal employees:

    All other applicants:

  • 09/15/2017 3:20 PM | Anonymous

    Marriott International 

    Location: Bethesda, MD

    Want to apply your research and analytics skills in a fast-paced global environment? This position may be for you. 

    Marriott International is a Fortune 500 company with locations in over 122 countries and over 400,000 managed associates worldwide. We are looking to expand our capability to understand the key factors that drive performance. The areas of interest are broad and the data sets are huge - there’s a lot to explore and learn. 

    The Research and Analytics team within the Talent Management Analytics and Solutions group is looking for someone with a passion for researching a variety of organizational topics and making the case for change based on those findings. As a team of I/O psychologists, we want to understand what drives individual level performance, turnover, career progression, and quality of hire with the ultimate goal of translating what we learn into actionable guidance. We also handle project and program evaluation work with a special emphasis on training evaluation. The ability to understand is key and the skill to explain is critical. If you have advanced research and analytics skills, have a passion for field research, love to learn, and love to solve problems, then please explore our job posting. 

    Job Summary

    Works with a team of I/O professionals to conduct critical research and analytics projects along with designing and performing project and learning evaluation studies. Provides consulting services to internal clients, working to understand client needs and deliver solutions. Manages several large-scale data sets and databases, designs research studies to address critical business questions, conducts descriptive and inferential analysis to address critical business questions, generates custom reports as requested by the business, and prepares reports and presentations to communicate key findings to non-technical audiences. Works to resolve technical issues, learn new quantitative methods, and solve problems. Performs business as usual (BAU) processing in support of research initiatives by processing large data files and preparing key internal reports. Provides thought leadership in the areas of organizational research design as well as analytics for projects and programs falling under the team’s responsibility. 

    The scope of this work crosses all Marriott brands and locations in over 122 countries around the globe. 

    Candidate Profile: Education and Experience 

    • PhD degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or closely related field with an emphasis on field research design, data modeling, and analytics. 
    • Balanced interest in quantitative methodology and I/O Psychology. 
    • Skilled with advanced statistical software packages including R or SPSS. Experience with machine learning is a plus. 

    Marriott International is consistently recognized as an employer of choice around the globe by FORTUNE and Working Mother magazines, DiversityInc, Great Places to Work Institute, and the CRF institute among others. Visit our newsroom to learn more:

    Interested Candidates

    Interested persons can go directly to 17001RAW and apply for the position. 

    To search all jobs or learn more about Marriott careers:

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