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This Team Agreement for Joint Provision of Services is between two companies who agree to jointly market their respective products to end users. This agreement sets forth the terms including the specific products to be marketed, any necessary training the end users will receive and that any marketing strategy must be mutually agreed to by both companies. It also sets out the relationship between the companies and who will own any intellectual property or trade secrets. It is imperative that this type of agreement be memorialized in writing. A written Team Agreement for Joint Provision of Services will prove invaluable in the event of disagreements, misunderstandings or litigation between the companies.

This Team Agreement for Joint Provision of Services includes:
  • Parties: Sets forth the names of the companies and the date of the agreement;
  • Recitals: Specific products each company provides and that they desire to jointly market their products to end users;
  • Prospects: Referring party will put any proposed marketing arrangement in writing to determine if both parties find the prospect suitable for joint marketing purposes;
  • Training: Each party shall complete any necessary training on any product to be marketed. All training materials are considered as confidential and proprietary;
  • Relationship: Each company is considered an independent contractor and not an employee of the other;
  • Dispute Resolution: Any disputes arising under this agreement will be resolved by binding arbitration;
  • Signature: Both parties must sign this agreement.

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Team Agreement for Joint
Provision of Services

 

 
This Team Agreement for Joint Provision of Services (this “Agreement”) is entered into on       (“Effective Date”) between _____________ (“XYZ”) who has offices at _______________________ and      , who has offices at       (“Company”).
 
RECITALS:
 
A.   Company is a provider of ______________ products or services listed on Schedule A (“Company Products”).
 
B.   XYZ is a provider of ________________ products or services listed on Schedule A (“XYZ Products”).
 
C.   The parties desire to jointly market their respective Products and/or services to prospective end users.
 
D.   The parties may from time to time agree that they will not propose solutions to those prospective end users that are competitive to the other partys Products or services.
 
In consideration of the mutual promises contained herein and other valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows.
 
TEAMING AGREEMENT:
 
1.  DEFINITIONS
 
1.1   “Company Products” means the Companys products or services listed on Schedule A.
 
1.2   “Joint Team Prospect” means a Prospect with respect to which both parties have agreed in writing, as set out in Clause 2.3 (Exclusivity), to team jointly to market their respective Products or Services.  Joint Team Prospects do not include any existing Receiving Party customer or any sales prospect that Receiving Party was actively pursuing before the referral by Referring Party.  After a Prospect becomes a Joint Team Prospect, then neither party may refer to the Joint Team Prospect any products or services that are competitive to the other partys Products being proposed to the Joint Team Prospect, absent written consent from the other party.
 
1.3   “XYZ Products” means the products or services listed on Schedule A.
 
1.4   “Prospect” means a sales prospect that Referring Party has identified as being interested in purchasing XYZ Products and Company Products for its own internal business use, and not for resale.
 
1.5   “Receiving Party” means the party receiving a Prospect referral from the Referring Party.
 
1.6   “Referring Party” means the party referring a Prospect to the Receiving Party.
 
1.7   “Services” mean Companys or XYZs services offerings, as listed on Schedule A.
 
1.8   “Term” means the term of this Agreement, as set forth in Schedule A.
 
1.9   “Territory” means the region or industry vertical (or both) in which the parties will market their Products and Services jointly, as set forth in Schedule A.
 
2.       PROSPECT REGISTRATION AND EXCLUSIVITY
 
2.1   Prospects.  Referring Party may register with Receiving Party in writing any proposed Prospects, so that the parties may determine whether the Prospect is suitable for a joint marketing arrangement.  Prospects submitted to XYZ must be registered through the XYZ Alliance Portal and Company shall provide the information requested by the lead registration form in the XYZ Alliance Portal.  For illustration purposes only, Schedule B contains excerpts of the images from the XYZ Alliance Portal as of the Effective Date.  Prospects are deemed rejected if not affirmatively accepted within ______ days of registration.
 
2.2   Training.  Referring Party shall complete any required training with respect to Receiving Partys Products as set forth in Schedule A or as otherwise directed by Receiving Party.  Unless otherwise agreed, training must be completed within ____ days after the Effective Date.  Fees for training (which may be discounted if set forth in Schedule A) as well as travel expenses to attend training are the Referring Partys responsibility.  All training materials are confidential and proprietary and Referring Party is not permitted to use or disclose those materials for any purpose other than to perform its obligations under this Agreement.
 
2.3   Joint Team Prospects.  Upon Referring Partys registration of a Prospect, including all of the information set forth in Schedule B, Receiving Party will determine whether the Prospect is eligible for a joint teaming arrangement.  Receiving Party may accept or reject a joint teaming arrangement for any Prospect in its sole discretion.  If Receiving Party notifies Referring Party in writing of Receiving Partys acceptance of the Prospect as a joint teaming arrangement, then the Prospect will become a Joint Team Prospect.  
 
2.4   Marketing.  The parties will mutually agree on a marketing plan for each Prospect, according to the guidelines set forth in Schedule C.
 
2.5   Expiration.  Prospects will automatically cease to be Joint Team Prospects ___ months after the date of Receiving Partys acceptance of the Prospect or upon termination or expiration of this Agreement, whichever is earlier, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
 
2.6   Referring Partys Independence.  Referring Party represents, warrants, and covenants that it will not pursue business under this Agreement that would violate or conflict with a contractual or fiduciary relationship with any third party.  
 
3.    MISCELLANEOUS
 
3.1   Term and Termination.  This Agreement will remain in effect for the Term set forth in Schedule A.  Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time with ___ days written notice to the other party.
 
3.2   Relationship of Parties.  The relationship between the parties is one of independent contractors.  This Agreement does not make either party the agent or legal representative of the other and it does not make Receiving Party and Referring Party joint venturers or partners.  Neither party is, nor will either party represent itself as being, an employee, agent, or representative of the other for any purpose.  Neither party has the right or authority to assume or create any obligation on behalf of or in the name of the other, or to otherwise act on behalf of the other.
 
3.3   Limited Warranty; Disclaimers; Limitation of Liability.  The parties will perform their obligations described in this Agreement in good faith and in a professional manner.  The sole obligation and the sole remedy for a breach of this limited warranty is re-performance of the deficient services or termination of this Agreement by the non-breaching party.  The parties expressly disclaim any other warranties, whether express, implied, or implied in law.  Except in a case of a breach of Clause 2.6 (Referring Partys Independence), Clause 3.6 (Ownership) or 3.7 (Nondisclosure): (a) neither party will be liable to or through the other party for any indirect, incidental, consequential or exemplary damages; and (b) neither partys liability under this Agreement can exceed $______.
 
3.4   Non-Exclusive.  Except as to those Prospects that are Joint Team Prospects pursuant to Clause 2.3, this Agreement is non-exclusive and will not be construed as limiting the activities of either party in any manner except as set forth in this Agreement.
 
3.5   Publicity.  Prior to the public release of any information concerning the other party, the disclosing party will obtain the written approval of the other party to the form and content of the disclosure, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld.  Each party will not use any of the other partys trademarks, service marks, or trade names without the prior written consent of the other party, except as permitted by this Agreement.  Each party will follow the other partys publicity and trademark usage guidelines, as communicated to the parties from time to time.  This Clause 3.5 does not apply to any disclosure required by law.
 
3.6   Ownership.  The Receiving Party Products are proprietary and embody the valuable trade secrets of Receiving Party, and this Agreement does not give Referring Party any rights or title to the Receiving Party Products.
 
3.7   Nondisclosure.  In the course of performance of this Agreement, each party may reveal to the other confidential or proprietary information (collectively “Confidential Information”) and will be exposed to Confidential Information.  Confidential Information means all information of either party that is not generally known to the public, whether of a technical, business or other nature (including without limitation all nonpublic information concerning Prospects, XYZ Products, Company Products, trade secrets, know-how and information relating to the technology, software, designs, specifications and prototypes, customers, business plans, promotional and marketing activities, finances and business affairs of the parties).  XYZ and Company both agree to keep Confidential Information strictly confidential and will not use or disclose it to any person or entity without the other partys prior written consent.  Each party will protect the others Confidential Information with at least the degree of care that it uses to protect its own information that it does not wish disclosed to the public, but not less than reasonable care.  All materials containing Confidential Information will be returned to each party upon written request or upon termination or expiration of this Agreement, whichever is earlier.  However, neither party will have any obligation of confidentiality with regard to information that: (a) is or becomes a part of the public domain through no act or omission of the receiving party; (b) was in the receiving party's lawful possession prior to the disclosure and was not obtained by the party either directly or indirectly from the disclosing party; (c) is lawfully disclosed to the receiving party by a third party without restriction on disclosure; (d) is independently developed by the party, without reference or access to the confidential information; or (e) is required to be disclosed by applicable law, but only to the extent that the disclosure is required by law.  The recipient will notify the disclosing party of any legally required disclosure and will cooperate with the disclosing partys reasonable requests for assistance in limiting any required disclosure or obtaining a protective order.
 
3.8   Survival. Provisions concerning the parties rights and obligations which by the content of the provision operate after termination or which are necessary to enforce any right will survive termination of this agreement.  Without limiting the foregoing, all obligations of confidentiality, ownership of proprietary information, and limitations on liability will survive termination of this agreement perpetually.
 
3.9   Dispute Resolution.  In the event of a dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement, the parties agree to finally resolve all disputes by binding arbitration before a single arbitrator in accordance with the ______________________.  The language of arbitration will be English.  Venue for arbitration or litigation of any matter arising out of or relating to this Agreement shall be in ________________ and the governing law shall be the law of the______________________, without giving effect to conflict of laws principles.  The arbitrator may award reasonable attorneys fees and costs to the prevailing party, and judgment upon the award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.  This Clause does not prevent either party from seeking equitable or injunctive relief in any court of competent jurisdiction.
 
3.10   Entire Agreement.  This Agreement describes the entire agreement between the parties concerning its subject matter.  Any modification or amendment to this Agreement must be in writing signed by authorized representatives of both parties.  Any prior or contemporaneous written or oral agreement or understanding that is inconsistent with this Agreement or adds to it is not binding on either party.
 
3.11   Assignment.  Except for a transfer of this Agreement to the surviving entity in a merger, acquisition, or similar transfer of all or substantially all of a partys assets or equity, which is expressly permitted, neither party is entitled to assign or transfer its obligations under this Agreement without the others written consent, and any attempted assignment is void.  A party may terminate exclusivity as to any Prospect with immediate effect if the other party transfers this Agreement to a competitor of that party pursuant to the foregoing sentence.  This Agreement is binding on the parties, and their respective successors and assigns to the extent assignment is permitted.
 
3.12   Counterparts, Faxed Signatures.  This Agreement may be executed in duplicate originals; each will be treated as an original.  Signatures on this Agreement that are transmitted by facsimile will be treated as original signatures.
 
3.13   Severability.  If any provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of this Agreement will be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.
 
3.14   Non-waiver.  Either partys failure to require the other party to perform any provision of this Agreement will not limit or affect the partys right to require performance of that provision or any other provision on other occasions.
 
3.15   Notices.  All communications and notices related to this Agreement will be made in writing and may be given via email, except for notices of termination, material breach, or breach of the confidentiality obligations, which must be delivered by hand delivery, or at the addresses mentioned above via certified mail or recognized overnight courier, or by facsimile if confirmed by mail.  Address changes must be promptly communicated by written notice to the other party.
 
AGREED TO:
 
XYZ                     COMPANY: ________________________
 
Signature: ______________________________   Signature: __________________________
 
Name: _________________________________   Name: _____________________________
Title: __________________________________   Title: ______________________________
Date: __________________________________   Date: ______________________________
SCHEDULE A
 
COMMERCIAL INFORMATION
 
1.  COMPANY NAME, ADDRESS, FAX NUMBER, AND CONTACT:       
 
2.  XYZ PRODUCTS AND SERVICES:       
 
3.   COMPANY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES:      
 
4.  TERM:  The initial term of this Agreement will be for___________, beginning on the Effective Date.  Thereafter, this Agreement may be renewed for subsequent terms of one year but only if the parties agree in writing to renew this Agreement.
 
5.  TERRITORY:       
 
6.  REQUIRED TRAINING AND DISCOUNT (IF ANY):       
 
7.  ADDITIONAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES
 
     
 
 
 
SCHEDULE B:  
EXCERPTS FROM ALLIANCE PORTAL
 
 
SCHEDULE C
 
EXAMPLE MARKETING PLAN
 
Number of Pages12
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
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This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.
 
 
Team Agreement for Joint
Provision of Services

 

 
This Team Agreement for Joint Provision of Services (this “Agreement”) is entered into on       (“Effective Date”) between _____________ (“XYZ”) who has offices at _______________________ and      , who has offices at       (“Company”).
 
RECITALS:
 
A.   Company is a provider of ______________ products or services listed on Schedule A (“Company Products”).
 
B.   XYZ is a provider of ________________ products or services listed on Schedule A (“XYZ Products”).
 
C.   The parties desire to jointly market their respective Products and/or services to prospective end users.
 
D.   The parties may from time to time agree that they will not propose solutions to those prospective end users that are competitive to the other partys Products or services.
 
In consideration of the mutual promises contained herein and other valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows.
 
TEAMING AGREEMENT:
 
1.  DEFINITIONS
 
1.1   “Company Products” means the Companys products or services listed on Schedule A.
 
1.2   “Joint Team Prospect” means a Prospect with respect to which both parties have agreed in writing, as set out in Clause 2.3 (Exclusivity), to team jointly to market their respective Products or Services.  Joint Team Prospects do not include any existing Receiving Party customer or any sales prospect that Receiving Party was actively pursuing before the referral by Referring Party.  After a Prospect becomes a Joint Team Prospect, then neither party may refer to the Joint Team Prospect any products or services that are competitive to the other partys Products being proposed to the Joint Team Prospect, absent written consent from the other party.
 
1.3   “XYZ Products” means the products or services listed on Schedule A.
 
1.4   “Prospect” means a sales prospect that Referring Party has identified as being interested in purchasing XYZ Products and Company Products for its own internal business use, and not for resale.
 
1.5   “Receiving Party” means the party receiving a Prospect referral from the Referring Party.
 
1.6   “Referring Party” means the party referring a Prospect to the Receiving Party.
 
1.7   “Services” mean Companys or XYZs services offerings, as listed on Schedule A.
 
1.8   “Term” means the term of this Agreement, as set forth in Schedule A.
 
1.9   “Territory” means the region or industry vertical (or both) in which the parties will market their Products and Services jointly, as set forth in Schedule A.
 
2.       PROSPECT REGISTRATION AND EXCLUSIVITY
 
2.1   Prospects.  Referring Party may register with Receiving Party in writing any proposed Prospects, so that the parties may determine whether the Prospect is suitable for a joint marketing arrangement.  Prospects submitted to XYZ must be registered through the XYZ Alliance Portal and Company shall provide the information requested by the lead registration form in the XYZ Alliance Portal.  For illustration purposes only, Schedule B contains excerpts of the images from the XYZ Alliance Portal as of the Effective Date.  Prospects are deemed rejected if not affirmatively accepted within ______ days of registration.
 
2.2   Training.  Referring Party shall complete any required training with respect to Receiving Partys Products as set forth in Schedule A or as otherwise directed by Receiving Party.  Unless otherwise agreed, training must be completed within ____ days after the Effective Date.  Fees for training (which may be discounted if set forth in Schedule A) as well as travel expenses to attend training are the Referring Partys responsibility.  All training materials are confidential and proprietary and Referring Party is not permitted to use or disclose those materials for any purpose other than to perform its obligations under this Agreement.
 
2.3   Joint Team Prospects.  Upon Referring Partys registration of a Prospect, including all of the information set forth in Schedule B, Receiving Party will determine whether the Prospect is eligible for a joint teaming arrangement.  Receiving Party may accept or reject a joint teaming arrangement for any Prospect in its sole discretion.  If Receiving Party notifies Referring Party in writing of Receiving Partys acceptance of the Prospect as a joint teaming arrangement, then the Prospect will become a Joint Team Prospect.  
 
2.4   Marketing.  The parties will mutually agree on a marketing plan for each Prospect, according to the guidelines set forth in Schedule C.
 
2.5   Expiration.  Prospects will automatically cease to be Joint Team Prospects ___ months after the date of Receiving Partys acceptance of the Prospect or upon termination or expiration of this Agreement, whichever is earlier, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
 
2.6   Referring Partys Independence.  Referring Party represents, warrants, and covenants that it will not pursue business under this Agreement that would violate or conflict with a contractual or fiduciary relationship with any third party.  
 
3.    MISCELLANEOUS
 
3.1   Term and Termination.  This Agreement will remain in effect for the Term set forth in Schedule A.  Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time with ___ days written notice to the other party.
 
3.2   Relationship of Parties.  The relationship between the parties is one of independent contractors.  This Agreement does not make either party the agent or legal representative of the other and it does not make Receiving Party and Referring Party joint venturers or partners.  Neither party is, nor will either party represent itself as being, an employee, agent, or representative of the other for any purpose.  Neither party has the right or authority to assume or create any obligation on behalf of or in the name of the other, or to otherwise act on behalf of the other.
 
3.3   Limited Warranty; Disclaimers; Limitation of Liability.  The parties will perform their obligations described in this Agreement in good faith and in a professional manner.  The sole obligation and the sole remedy for a breach of this limited warranty is re-performance of the deficient services or termination of this Agreement by the non-breaching party.  The parties expressly disclaim any other warranties, whether express, implied, or implied in law.  Except in a case of a breach of Clause 2.6 (Referring Partys Independence), Clause 3.6 (Ownership) or 3.7 (Nondisclosure): (a) neither party will be liable to or through the other party for any indirect, incidental, consequential or exemplary damages; and (b) neither partys liability under this Agreement can exceed $______.
 
3.4   Non-Exclusive.  Except as to those Prospects that are Joint Team Prospects pursuant to Clause 2.3, this Agreement is non-exclusive and will not be construed as limiting the activities of either party in any manner except as set forth in this Agreement.
 
3.5   Publicity.  Prior to the public release of any information concerning the other party, the disclosing party will obtain the written approval of the other party to the form and content of the disclosure, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld.  Each party will not use any of the other partys trademarks, service marks, or trade names without the prior written consent of the other party, except as permitted by this Agreement.  Each party will follow the other partys publicity and trademark usage guidelines, as communicated to the parties from time to time.  This Clause 3.5 does not apply to any disclosure required by law.
 
3.6   Ownership.  The Receiving Party Products are proprietary and embody the valuable trade secrets of Receiving Party, and this Agreement does not give Referring Party any rights or title to the Receiving Party Products.
 
3.7   Nondisclosure.  In the course of performance of this Agreement, each party may reveal to the other confidential or proprietary information (collectively “Confidential Information”) and will be exposed to Confidential Information.  Confidential Information means all information of either party that is not generally known to the public, whether of a technical, business or other nature (including without limitation all nonpublic information concerning Prospects, XYZ Products, Company Products, trade secrets, know-how and information relating to the technology, software, designs, specifications and prototypes, customers, business plans, promotional and marketing activities, finances and business affairs of the parties).  XYZ and Company both agree to keep Confidential Information strictly confidential and will not use or disclose it to any person or entity without the other partys prior written consent.  Each party will protect the others Confidential Information with at least the degree of care that it uses to protect its own information that it does not wish disclosed to the public, but not less than reasonable care.  All materials containing Confidential Information will be returned to each party upon written request or upon termination or expiration of this Agreement, whichever is earlier.  However, neither party will have any obligation of confidentiality with regard to information that: (a) is or becomes a part of the public domain through no act or omission of the receiving party; (b) was in the receiving party's lawful possession prior to the disclosure and was not obtained by the party either directly or indirectly from the disclosing party; (c) is lawfully disclosed to the receiving party by a third party without restriction on disclosure; (d) is independently developed by the party, without reference or access to the confidential information; or (e) is required to be disclosed by applicable law, but only to the extent that the disclosure is required by law.  The recipient will notify the disclosing party of any legally required disclosure and will cooperate with the disclosing partys reasonable requests for assistance in limiting any required disclosure or obtaining a protective order.
 
3.8   Survival. Provisions concerning the parties rights and obligations which by the content of the provision operate after termination or which are necessary to enforce any right will survive termination of this agreement.  Without limiting the foregoing, all obligations of confidentiality, ownership of proprietary information, and limitations on liability will survive termination of this agreement perpetually.
 
3.9   Dispute Resolution.  In the event of a dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement, the parties agree to finally resolve all disputes by binding arbitration before a single arbitrator in accordance with the ______________________.  The language of arbitration will be English.  Venue for arbitration or litigation of any matter arising out of or relating to this Agreement shall be in ________________ and the governing law shall be the law of the______________________, without giving effect to conflict of laws principles.  The arbitrator may award reasonable attorneys fees and costs to the prevailing party, and judgment upon the award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.  This Clause does not prevent either party from seeking equitable or injunctive relief in any court of competent jurisdiction.
 
3.10   Entire Agreement.  This Agreement describes the entire agreement between the parties concerning its subject matter.  Any modification or amendment to this Agreement must be in writing signed by authorized representatives of both parties.  Any prior or contemporaneous written or oral agreement or understanding that is inconsistent with this Agreement or adds to it is not binding on either party.
 
3.11   Assignment.  Except for a transfer of this Agreement to the surviving entity in a merger, acquisition, or similar transfer of all or substantially all of a partys assets or equity, which is expressly permitted, neither party is entitled to assign or transfer its obligations under this Agreement without the others written consent, and any attempted assignment is void.  A party may terminate exclusivity as to any Prospect with immediate effect if the other party transfers this Agreement to a competitor of that party pursuant to the foregoing sentence.  This Agreement is binding on the parties, and their respective successors and assigns to the extent assignment is permitted.
 
3.12   Counterparts, Faxed Signatures.  This Agreement may be executed in duplicate originals; each will be treated as an original.  Signatures on this Agreement that are transmitted by facsimile will be treated as original signatures.
 
3.13   Severability.  If any provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of this Agreement will be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.
 
3.14   Non-waiver.  Either partys failure to require the other party to perform any provision of this Agreement will not limit or affect the partys right to require performance of that provision or any other provision on other occasions.
 
3.15   Notices.  All communications and notices related to this Agreement will be made in writing and may be given via email, except for notices of termination, material breach, or breach of the confidentiality obligations, which must be delivered by hand delivery, or at the addresses mentioned above via certified mail or recognized overnight courier, or by facsimile if confirmed by mail.  Address changes must be promptly communicated by written notice to the other party.
 
AGREED TO:
 
XYZ                     COMPANY: ________________________
 
Signature: ______________________________   Signature: __________________________
 
Name: _________________________________   Name: _____________________________
Title: __________________________________   Title: ______________________________
Date: __________________________________   Date: ______________________________
SCHEDULE A
 
COMMERCIAL INFORMATION
 
1.  COMPANY NAME, ADDRESS, FAX NUMBER, AND CONTACT:       
 
2.  XYZ PRODUCTS AND SERVICES:       
 
3.   COMPANY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES:      
 
4.  TERM:  The initial term of this Agreement will be for___________, beginning on the Effective Date.  Thereafter, this Agreement may be renewed for subsequent terms of one year but only if the parties agree in writing to renew this Agreement.
 
5.  TERRITORY:       
 
6.  REQUIRED TRAINING AND DISCOUNT (IF ANY):       
 
7.  ADDITIONAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES
 
     
 
 
 
SCHEDULE B:  
EXCERPTS FROM ALLIANCE PORTAL
 
 
SCHEDULE C
 
EXAMPLE MARKETING PLAN
 

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