2024 NADO & DDAA Washington Conference

March 10-13, 2024 (Sunday to Wednesday)

Crystal Gateway Marriott
1700 Richmond Highway
Arlington, VA 22202

Join the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) and the Development District Association of Appalachia (DDAA) for sessions focused on regional development, the federal landscape, and the programs and policies that matter most to Regional Development Organizations and their stakeholders. 

When to Arrive

Conference content will begin on the morning of Sunday, March 10 for NADO Executive Committee members, NADO Board members, NADO Research Foundation Advisory Committee Members, and DDAA Board Members. On the evening of Sunday, March 10, an opening reception will be held for all conference attendees, as well as a dinner for DDAA members.

Conference plenary and breakout sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, March 11 and continue through 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 13. Stay tuned for more information about a post-conference training for the EDD Community of Practice on Wednesday afternoon from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the conference hotel.  

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Registration for the 2024 NADO & DDAA Washington Conference will open November 28th.

See registration rates below. Email Karron Grant, [email protected] for assistance registering your group.

DDAA Member*
DDAA Spouse/Guest
NADO Member (Non-DDAA) [Associate, General]
NADO Member (non-DDAA) [All other upgraded levels]
NADO Member Spouse/Guest
Non-Member Spouse/Guest
*Please register as a DDAA Member if you hold both NADO and DDAA Memberships

Cancellation Policy

Registrants who cancel their registrations by March 1, 2024 will receive a refund minus a $150 administrative fee.


Crystal Gateway Marriott
1700 Richmond Highway
Arlington, VA 22202

If You Don’t Have a Room and Need One:

The group room block at the Crystal Gateway Marriott for the upcoming NADO & DDAA Washington Conference is sold out.

Nearby hotels (both are on the same airport shuttle route as the Crystal Gateway Marriott):

  • Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport:
    1999 Richmond Hwy, Arlington, VA 22202 | (703) 413-5500
  • Residence Inn by Marriott Arlington Capital View:
    2850 S Potomac Ave, Arlington, VA 22202 | (703) 415-1300

If You Have a Room and Need to Cancel It:

To cancel your reservation at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, please do not cancel directly with the hotel. Instead, let us know first so that we can give your room to a person on our waitlist. Simply email NADO’s Meeting Manager at [email protected] with your request to cancel along with your reservation confirmation number. Before the reservation is transferred to someone else, your original profile and billing information will be deleted and a cancellation confirmation email will be sent.

Questions? Email [email protected].

Airport & Transportation

Getting to Crystal Gateway Marriott


When flying to Washington (WAS), there are (3) main airports:

Complimentary Hotel Airport Shuttle: Marriott airport shuttle service runs 5:00 a.m. to midnight every 30 mins. Last hotel departure is at 11:30pm. Be sure to get off at the Crystal Gateway Marriott stop (conference hotel).

Bus Station

Subway (Metro) Stations





We are seeking potential sponsors to help support and elevate the NADO & DDAA Washington Conference!

Take advantage of this opportunity to get your company’s name and message in front of our conference attendees from organizations across the country that collectively assist thousands of cities and counties with community development, economic development, regional planning, and providing various public services to their communities. 

The Washington Conference is NADO’s policy meeting which overlaps with DDAA’s Annual Conference and brings in an expected audience size of roughly 400 attendees, including many federal government officials. These decision makers could be the perfect audience to provide information to and about your company’s products and services.

Contact Brittany Salazar at [email protected] for more information about sponsorships.

Monday, March 11, 2024 from 4:30-6:00 p.m.

Crystal Gateway Marriott, 1700 Richmond Highway, Arlington VA
(note: there is more than one Marriott in the vicinity. Be sure to follow signs for the Crystal Gateway Marriott specifically)

Federal agency staff and leadership, national associations, other stakeholders in the
community and economic development field, and NADO and DDAA members

This event is free to attend; beverages and light refreshments will be provided

The NADO & DDAA Federal Stakeholders Networking Reception provides an opportunity for federal agency staff and leadership, national associations, and other stakeholders in the community and economic development field to interact with one another, and with NADO and DDAA members from across the country. The reception also serves as a chance to hear about how local organizations are implementing existing programs and resources across the country, and to inform stakeholders about the resources that are available to them. NADO and DDAA members look forward to the opportunity to meet and interact informally with representatives from federal agencies and other key organizations that are relevant to their work. 

Each participating federal agency or stakeholder organization will be assigned a table with a sign indicating which agency/organization you represent. You are also welcome to bring promotional materials (optional) to place on your table. NADO and DDAA members will walk among the tables and interact with those in attendance.

Questions? Email Jamie McCormick at [email protected]

Presentations from the
2024 NADO & DDAA Washington Conference

If presentations are available, they will be hyperlinked in the name of the presenter under each session. 

Monday March 11, 2024
  • 10:45 AM-12:00 PM
    NADO Federal Transportation Program Updates 
    This session will featured U.S. Department of Transportation staff and leadership who will provided updates on programs, initiatives, and funding opportunities that can be utilized for transportation planning, rural transit, and other regional transportation activities.
    Rob Hyman
    Spencer Stevens
    Marianne Stock
    Kevin Adam

  • 10:45 AM-12:00 PM
    What Data Says About the Housing Crisis
    This breakout session explored the origins and current implications of the unfolding housing crisis. Panelists discussed examples of data sources that communities can utilize to develop their housing strategies.
    Betsy McGriff
    Maggie Riden
    Keith Wiley
    Nathan Ramsey

  • 10:45 AM-12:00 PM
    Strengthening Employers and the Workforce with Recovery-to-Work Ecosystems
    During this session, communities that are building recovery-to-work ecosystems that coordinate and support service providers as they help individuals move from treatment into employment were highlighted. This session also discussed how regions are supporting substance use mitigation efforts across the country.
    Brendan Buff
    Peter Gaumond
    Michelle White
    Erin Sparks

  • 12:15 PM-1:30 PM
    Plenary Luncheon – Artificial Intelligence: Impacts on Businesses, the Workforce, and the Economy
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a prevailing topic of conversation in recent years. This session addressed common questions about the emerging field of AI, and how it will affect regional economies in the coming years. This panel of AI experts and practitioners also addressed how Regional Development Organizations can manage these impacts and take advantage of potential investments in their regions.
    Denise Hall
    Leigh Hopkins
    Steven Lee
    Heather Feldman

  • 1:45 PM-3:00 PM
    NADO Housing Planning for the Future
    Housing affordability challenges have had serious community and economic development impacts on communities and regions. During this session, attendees heard from successful regional housing planners on how their regions have created regional and local housing plans emphasizing practicality, project implementation, and community buy-in. 
    Anthony Starr
    Kevin Byrd
    Andrew Coker

  • 1:45 PM-3:00 PM
    NADO Equity and Place-based Economic Development
    Team members from the University of Michigan Economic Growth Institute, the New Growth Innovation Network, and the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration shared about equity in economic development programs and coalitions. This interactive session included early findings on equity and inclusion practices from 53 federally-funded place-based economic development programs as well as an engaging discussion and around applying the learnings to attendees’ regions and programs. 
    Sarah Crane
    Yasmina McCarty
    Bernadette Grafton

  • 1:45 PM-3:00 PM
    Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Community Development Landscape
    During this moderated discussion, panelists shared how artificial intelligence (AI) is impacting community and economic development, public sector governance, service workers, and local economies. Panelists also discussed public policy issues that policymakers should address in order to ensure that AI is a positive force on community economic and social well-being.
    Sarah Kemp
    Michael Zimmer
    Betty Young
    Tom Johnson
    Trace Johnson
Tuesday, March 12, 2024                                      
  • 9:15 AM-10:15 AM
    Insights on the Political Landscape
    This session featured DC insider David Wasserman, who will provided his insights on the ever-changing political landscape, the upcoming 2024 election cycle, the balance of power in Congress, and forecasting on what to expect in 2024 and beyond.
    David Wasserman

  • 10:30 AM-11:45 AM
    Using ARC’s ARISE to Build Relationships Between Neighboring LDDs
    How did two very small, very rural Local Development Districts partner to design a successful application for the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies (ARISE) funding? This session focused on how to build a strong relationship with a neighboring LDD and a brief discussion of the workforce development project that successfully received ARC ARISE funding as a result of this partnership.
    Chelsea Robertson
    Frank Thompson
    Jennifer Lench
    Kyle Wilber

  • 10:30 AM-11:45 AM
    How GIS Mapping Helped Respond to EPA Regulations
    The Georgia Mountains Regional Commission utilized global positioning system (GPS) and other digital data technology in order to map all water, sewer, and stormwater features for a city. Leveraging this technology has had numerous benefits, including unexpected ones. This session highlighted how this effort enabled the city to add needed information to water meters in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Revised Lead and Copper Rule.
    Faith Bryan
    Sitney Day
    Heather Feldman

  • 1:30 PM-2:45 PM
    Building Capacity to Support Business Development Across Appalachia
    During this session, attendees learned how rural regions are leveraging their local community assets to support the growth and development of community makerspaces, in an effort to encourage business and export development across Appalachia.
    Deacon Stone
    Leslie Wrenn Drake
    Jen Simon

  • 1:30 PM-2:45 PM
    Tourism: Powering Local Economies and Empowering Workforce Development
    The First Tennessee Development District, in partnership with Northeast Tennessee Tourism, are bolstering the local economic and workforce by helping high school students and emerging industry leaders learn about the rich career opportunities that exist in the hospitality and tourism industry. In this session, attendees learned how this partnership provides participants with hands-on experiences at day-long, industry-led, interactive events hosted at two of the region’s premier tourism locations. This session also highlighted an additional project that prepares graduates for entry or advanced promotion into a range of management positions in culinary, food and beverage, lodging, attraction, and tourism-related industries.
    Lottie Ryans
    Alicia Phelps
    Mark Stevans 

  • 1:30 PM-2:45 PM
    Strategies for Regional Transit Planning
    Rural areas often face unique challenges related to transit planning. Services restricted to single counties can pose obstacles, given that key destinations in rural areas are remote. How are Appalachian communities beginning to work to comprehensively address regional transit planning? Join this session to learn about rural practitioners’ strategies to enhance regional transit planning in their region.
    Adam Hazell
    Mark Farley
    Carrie Kissel

Wednesday, March 13, 2024
  • 8:30 AM-9:45 AM
    Plenary Breakfast – The Biden Administration’s Place-based Approach and Commitment to Energy Communities
    Leaders from the White House National Economic Council and the U.S. Department of Energy discussed the Biden Administration’s approaches for fostering community prosperity and addressing regional inequality. This session included an overview of the efforts of the Interagency Working Group on Coal & Power Plant Communities (IWG) to support the revitalization of coal and power plant communities’ economies. The IWG was created through an Executive Order signed by President Biden and is charged with leading the Administration’s economic revitalization work in order to help mobilize the nation’s clean energy future.
    Lael Brainard
    Alex Jacquez
    Brian Anderson
    Chris Fetzer

  • 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
    Closing Plenary – Economic and Community Development: Aligning Innovative Solutions
    The conference’s closing session featured perspectives from key national organizations working to support practitioners in the community and economic development fields. Panelists shared their insights on how they are helping their stakeholders harness emerging opportunities, align strategic goals, navigate the evolving federal policy landscape, compete for federal funding resources, and navigate change. These thought leaders also shared their perspectives on what’s working in the economic and community development realms, versus what challenges continue to pose significant barriers for communities.
    David Lipsetz
    Dell Gines
    Matt Josephs
    Kenneth Poole

  • 11:30 AM-4:30 PM
    An Afternoon with the Districts
    An interactive half-day training and networking event for Economic Development District (EDD) staff hosted by the NADO Research Foundation (NADO RF) was held after the conclusion of the Washington Conference. This afternoon workshop focused on data and metrics, and included training and conversations on how EDDs can best incorporate data into their Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies (CEDS) and other regional planning efforts. Click here to access presentations and materials from this event. 

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Regional Development Researcher Andrew Coker joined the NADO team in March of 2023 after spending two and a half years as the Regional Economic Resiliency Coordinator at West Central Arkansas Planning and Development District. Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree from Hendrix College and a master’s degree from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service.

At NADO, Andrew conducts research on the newest economic and community development best practices from Economic Development Districts across the country. He helps produce easily digestible information on complex regional issues through case studies, tip sheets, and research reports. Andrew also hosts training and professional development opportunities including conference sessions and virtual webinars for member regional development organizations.

Andrew is one of our Missouri-based team members and enjoys reading and training for his next triathlon.

Jack Morgan came to the NADO team in 2022 after seven years with the National Association of Counties (NACo) as a Program and Senior Program Manager. Prior to NACo, Jack was a Policy Analyst for Friends of Southwest Virginia. Jack holds a bachelor’s in geography from Emory & Henry College and a master’s in geography from Appalachian State University.

As a NADO Senior Program Manager, Jack leads capacity-building and peer-learning work supporting energy communities in economic transition, regional resilience, and recreation economies. He also helps with the EDA-Austin training program Emerging Leaders.

Jack is certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) and is a member of the American Planning Association (APA) in the Regional & Intergovernmental Planning division. He also serves on the Emory & Henry College Alumni Board.

Taking road trips, reading non-fiction, and indulging in top-notch barbecue and coffee round out Jack’s days. He loves maps, mountains, and of course, all things sports.

Karron Grant joined the NADO team in 2023 as Administrative Specialist and is the first face (or voice) you’ll see or hear when reaching out to NADO. As Administrative Specialist, Karron manages our database and coordinates NADO event operations. He ensures members’ needs are met, contact information stays current, and NADO’s office is running efficiently.

Karron came to NADO after four years in the classroom teaching at The New Century School and Old Mill Middle North where he received the Patriot of the Year award. He attended Towson University and the University of Maryland Global Campus and holds a bachelor’s in international studies and humanities.

Visiting art galleries and museums, playing basketball and bowling, and taking in movies and music are some of Karron’s interests and hobbies.

Deputy Executive Director Laurie Thompson has been with NADO for 25 years. Laurie helps keep the NADO and NADO Research Foundation wheels turning through management of the daily operations of the Research Foundation, securing financial resources and overseeing grants management, and helping execute NADO’s Annual Training Conference each year.

Laurie holds a bachelor’s in public affairs and government from Mount Vernon College and a master’s in health services administration from The George Washington University. Prior to NADO, Laurie spent time as a Field Specialist and an Eagle Staff Fund Director at First Nations Development Institute.

When she’s taking a rare reprieve from her NADO work, Laurie enjoys traveling domestically and internationally to visit friends and family.

Jamie McCormick joined the NADO team as a Policy Fellow first in 2019, then moved into her current role as Legislative Associate in 2021. As Legislative Associate, Jamie keeps NADO members apprised of any policy and regulatory issues and communicates NADO’s policy priorities to federal stakeholders and partner organizations. She is also the first stop for members with inquiries on policy issues. The planning and execution of NADO & DDAA’s annual Washington Conference is also managed by Jamie.

Jamie holds a dual bachelor’s in political science and international relations from The State University of New York College at Geneseo and a master’s in international development studies from The George Washington University. In addition to her roles at NADO, Jamie also worked as a Legislative Assistant for the Northeastern Retail Lumber Association.

Outside of her NADO work, Jamie is an active volunteer with the VOLO Kids Foundation and a fundraiser for YMCA youth programs. She is also NADO’s resident baker regularly providing treats for those in NADO’s D.C. office. Traveling, taking her pup on walks, and hiking in the northeast keep Jamie busy. 

Brett Schwartz began at NADO in 2012 as a Research Fellow after earning his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law. The following year, he was promoted to Program Manager and has now been leading as an Associate Director since 2018. Brett is responsible for managing NADO’s Economic Development District Community of Practice (EDD CoP), as well as researching and monitoring the latest trends in regional economic development and resilience, including best practices for the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). With more than a decade of experience on the NADO team, Brett is a dynamic relationship builder helping connect and build capacity among the national network of regional development organizations.

Brett also holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and a master’s from Trinity College Dublin, as well as a certificate in mediation training. He’s a member of Catalyst Grantmakers of San Diego and Imperial Counties and was a participant in the 2021-22 Field Trips to the Future Cohort.

Brett is one of NADO’s West Coast team members residing in San Diego, CA where he enjoys spending time outdoors, attending concerts and festivals, and soaking up life as a parent of two young children.  

Communications Manager Katie Allison joined the team in 2023 to lead the strategic communication efforts of NADO. Katie creates and develops print and online materials, communicates NADO’s updates to members via weekly emails, and maintains content for nado.org and NADO’s social media channels. She also works with different departments to generate new ideas and strategies to effectively describe and promote the important work NADO is doing for EDDs and RDOs across the country.

An experienced nonprofit communications professional, Katie has worked for organizations in western North Carolina for nearly a decade. She holds a bachelor’s in communications from Wingate University where she was a four-year student athlete. Katie has also completed Vision Henderson County, a comprehensive leadership development program that promotes informed and committed civic volunteerism.

Katie stays busy trying to keep up with her two young sons whom she enjoys exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains with. Traveling to new and favorite places and cheering on the Atlanta Braves are some of her family’s favorite pastimes.

Senior Program Manager Ciara Ristig has been a member of the NADO team since 2021, and helps with NADO’s EDD Community of Practice, EDD staff capacity building and other grants on a range of subjects, including equity and solar energy. Before NADO, Ciara worked as a Planner for the County of Santa Barbara and an Assistant Project Manager for REM Consult. Ciara holds a bachelor’s in urban studies and French from Bryn Mawr and a master’s in urban studies from Ecole d’Urbanisme de Paris.

When she’s not traveling, you can find her outrigger paddling and serving on the board of the Blue Sky Center in New Cuyama, CA, near her home base of Santa Barbara.

Carrie Kissel has been a member of the NADO team since 2005 when she began as a Research Fellow. She later moved into the roles of Program Manager in 2006, and then Associate Director in 2011. Carrie holds a bachelor’s in anthropology from Ball State University and a master’s in public anthropology from American University. As Associate Director, Carrie oversees NADO’s work in rural transportation and rural wealth creation. She provides technical assistance and support to rural regions on transportation and economic development issues and develops training and peer exchange events on transportation issues and rural wealth creation as an economic development strategy.

Carrie is a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) and secretary of TRB’s Rural Transportation Issues Coordinating Council. She is also a member of the American Anthropological Association and the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology.

Reading, gardening, hiking, and kayaking are a few of Carrie’s hobbies, and she organizes and facilitates a DEI/social justice-focused book club in her community.

Melissa Levy has worked at NADO as a Regional Development Researcher since February 2023 and is the Principal Consultant at her own firm specializing in wealth-based economic development consulting. With a career spanning nearly 30 years, Melissa brings a breadth of knowledge to her role as a Regional Development Researcher. Melissa provides in-depth research, coaching, and training on regional economic resilience, rural wealth creation strategies, and economic development.

Melissa is a North American Food Systems Network trained AgriCluster Resilience and Expansion (ACRE) facilitator and a WealthWorks coach, facilitator, and trainer. In addition to her professional work, Melissa serves on the Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Council, on the board of the Hinesburg Community Resource Center, and on the Hinesburg Economic Development Committee.

A true outdoorswoman, Melissa enjoys cross country and downhill skiing, paddleboarding, hiking, biking, and kayaking, as well as yoga, and teaching Tai Chi.

Program Manager Krishna Kunapareddy began her role with NADO in February of 2023 after 14 years of service at Boonslick Regional Planning Commission in Missouri. Krishna manages NADO Research Foundation’s Planning and Environmental Linkages and Center for Environmental Excellence projects. In addition to researching and writing, Krishna also conducts virtual workshops on innovative tools and techniques related to transportation planning.

She holds an undergraduate degree from Andhra University and a master’s from JNT University in India, as well as a master’s in city and regional planning from the University of Texas at Arlington. Krishna is also a certified Smart Cities Academy Practitioner and holds the Location Advantage certificate from geographic information system software company ESRI.

In her spare time, Krishna volunteers with Mentors4College helping high schoolers better plan for their post-high school paths. She is also a dedicated advocate for documented H4 Dreamers.

Krystal DeLeon joined the NADO team in October of 2020 as Database & Grants Manger, but in January of 2022 transitioned to her current role as Operations Manager. Krystal keeps NADO running through behind the scenes work of invoicing, solving any database issues that may arise, producing membership reports, and much more. Her organizational skills and thorough knowledge help the NADO team operate more efficiently across all departments.

Prior to NADO, Krystal was the Conference Services Coordinator for State Services Organization. She is a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), a licensed realtor, and holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Liberty University. When she’s not keeping NADO’s operations in order, Krystal enjoys running and rock climbing, and adventuring with her husband and son.

Senior Program Manager Bret Allphin joined NADO in April of 2022 bringing with him a wealth of knowledge after a 20-year career with Buckeye Hills Regional Council in Marietta, Ohio. In addition to his bachelor’s in political science and master’s in public affairs, Bret is licensed Geographical Information Systems Professional (GISP). He is NADO’s go-to team member for all things mapping while also supporting members with transportation and economic development technical assistance services.

An avid sports aficionado and former collegiate athlete, Bret enjoys cheering on his Cincinnati Reds, hitting the trails on his mountain bike, and improving his golf game whenever possible. Bret is an involved community member in Marietta dedicating much of his spare time to serving on local nonprofit boards.

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Applications cannot be saved and returned to at a later time. It is recommended you compile all of your information in advance in a word processor and cut and paste into the application below.

2023 Impact Awards

The primary applicant must be a NADO member. Project partners, both NADO and non-members, can be recognized under "Project Partners" below.

Primary Project Contact:
This person will be the designated point of contact for all future awards-related correspondence.

Organization Address

Project Location (if different from Organization Address)

Executive Director

Additional Organizational Information
Please upload your organization's logo which will be included on the winning project award certificate.

Project Information
This title will be printed on the award certificate for winning projects and in all 2022 NADO Impact Award materials and cannot be changed.

Project Summary & Questions
Please craft clear, thoughtful, and engaging responses to the following questions. Use the following sections to tell us how your project has made an impact, such as its use of creative funding mechanisms, efforts to create efficiencies or reduce costs, unique partnership models, and emphasis on building resilience and/or enhancing your region's quality of life.

For award-winning projects, the information provided below may be used verbatim to inform project descriptions that will be published in the 2023 NADO Impact Awards materials and included on the NADO website.

Please submit at least one photo showing your project in action. Please keep file size to a minimum (<2Mb) and use JPEG format. If uploading multiple files, ZIP files prior to submitting. If you have trouble uploading images they can be directly emailed to Brett Schwartz at [email protected]. Include the project title they correspond to in the subject line of your email.

Note: Submitted photos may be used in NADO Impact Awards materials and in other NADO published materials with credit to your organization. Please also consider submitting photos for NADO's 2023 Photo Contest, which will be held this summer.

Your application is not submitted until you are directed to a confirmation page. If you have any questions or are unsure if your application has been submitted, please contact Brett Schwartz at [email protected]

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Joe McKinney serves as Executive Director of the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO). Headquartered in Washington DC, NADO provides advocacy, education, research, and training for the nation’s 500+ regional planning and development organizations.

Joe has thirty-one years of experience having served in city, county, regional, national association, and government management since 1991. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy Analysis from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a candidate for a master’s degree in Public Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill.

McKinney has provided congressional testimony on numerous occasions regarding the importance of regional development organizations in helping shape the nation’s economic growth. He is nationally recognized for promoting innovative solutions in areas such as planning and economic development, workforce development, transportation and transit, and aging services.

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