Veterinary Services Grant Program

 

The purpose of the Veterinary Services Grant Program (VSGP) is to relieve veterinarian shortage situations and support veterinary services. The Secretary shall carry out a program to make competitive grants to qualified entities that carry out programs or activities for the purpose of developing, implementing, and sustaining veterinary services through education, training, recruitment, placement, and retention of veterinarians and veterinary students. Grants will also be made to establish or expand veterinary practices.

General information about this opportunity
Last Known Status
Active
Program Number
10.336
Federal Agency/Office
National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Department of Agriculture
Type(s) of Assistance Offered
B - Project Grants
Program Accomplishments
Fiscal Year 2016 NIFA anticipates that approximately 40 applications will be received and 12-18 awards will be granted, totaling $2.5 million During Fiscal Year (FY) 2016, 38 applications were received (11 for Rural Practice Enhancement program and 27 for the Education, Extension and Training program). Four (4) awards were granted for RPE and eight (8) for EET. Total funding was $2,358,265.
Fiscal Year 2017 During Fiscal Year (FY) 2017, 49 applications were received (23 for Rural Practice Enhancement program and 26 for the Education, Extension and Training program). A live panel was conducted. Six (6) awards were granted for RPE and seven (7) for EET. Total funding was $2,350,736.
Fiscal Year 2018 During Fiscal Year (FY) 2018, 40 applications were received (20 for Rural Practice Enhancement program and 20 for the Education, Extension and Training program). A virtual panel was conducted. Seven (7) awards were granted for RPE and seven (7) for EET. Total funding was $ $2,385,263. Congress had appropriated $2.5M.
Fiscal Year 2019 For Fiscal Year (FY) 2019, 25 applications were accepted for review (11 for Rural Practice Enhancement and 14 for the Education, Extension and Training program). A virtual panel was conducted. Seven (7) awards will be granted for the RPE program and nine (9) for EET. Total funding is $2,880,000. Congress appropriated $3 million.
Fiscal Year 2020 For Fiscal Year (FY) 2020: This program is subject to congressional budget approval for FY 2020. If funding is provided, it is projected that approximately 40 applications will be received and a total of approximately 16 awards will be granted, totaling $3 million, minus administrative overhead and panel expenses.
Authorization
Section 7104 of the Agricultural Act of 2014 (the Farm Bill) (H.R. 2642), 7 U.S.C. 3151b
Who is eligible to apply/benefit from this assistance?
Applicant Eligibility
A qualified entity shall be eligible to receive a grant described in paragraph (1) if the entity carries out programs or activities that the Secretary determines will: (A) Substantially relieve veterinarian shortage situations; (B) Support or facilitate private veterinary practices engaged in public health activities; or (C) support or facilitate the practices of veterinarians who are providing or have completed providing services under an agreement entered into with the Secretary under section 1415A(a)(2). The term 'qualified entity' means: (A) A for-profit or nonprofit entity located in the United States that, or an individual who, operates a veterinary clinic providing veterinary services: (i) In a rural area, as defined in section 343(a) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act (7 U.S.C. 1991(a)); and (ii) In a veterinarian shortage situation; (B) A State, national, allied, or regional veterinary organization or specialty board recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association; (C) A college or school of veterinary medicine accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association; (D) A university research foundation or veterinary medical foundation; (E) A department of veterinary science or department of comparative medicine accredited by the Department of Education; (F) A State agricultural experiment station; or (G) A State, local, or tribal government agency. The term 'veterinarian shortage situation' means a veterinarian shortage situation as determined by the Secretary under section 1415A
Beneficiary Eligibility
A qualified entity shall be eligible to receive a grant described in paragraph (1) if the entity carries out programs or activities that the Secretary determines will: (A) Substantially relieve veterinarian shortage situations; (B) Support or facilitate private veterinary practices engaged in public health activities; or (C) support or facilitate the practices of veterinarians who are providing or have completed providing services under an agreement entered into with the Secretary under section 1415A(a)(2). The term 'qualified entity' means: (A) A for-profit or nonprofit entity located in the United States that, or an individual who, operates a veterinary clinic providing veterinary services: (i) In a rural area, as defined in section 343(a) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act (7 U.S.C. 1991(a)); and (ii) In a veterinarian shortage situation; (B) A State, national, allied, or regional veterinary organization or specialty board recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association; (C) A college or school of veterinary medicine accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association; (D) A university research foundation or veterinary medical foundation; (E) A department of veterinary science or department of comparative medicine accredited by the Department of Education; (F) A State agricultural experiment station; or (G) A State, local, or tribal government agency. The term 'veterinarian shortage situation' means a veterinarian shortage situation as determined by the Secretary under section 1415A
Credentials/Documentation
The System for Award Management (SAM) combines eight federal procurement systems, including CCR, and the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance into one new system. CCR activities are conducted through SAM (the CCR website will redirect users to SAM). Dun and Bradstreet Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number and System for Award Management (SAM): Each applicant (unless excepted under 2 CFR SS 25.110(b) or (c), or has an exception approved by the Federal awarding agency under 2 CFR SS 25.110(d)) is required to: (i) Be registered in SAM before submitting its application; (ii) Provide a valid DUNS number in its application; and (iii) Continue to maintain an active SAM registration with current information at all times during which it has an active Federal award or an application or plan under consideration by a Federal awarding agency. It also must state that the Federal awarding agency may not make a Federal award to an applicant until the applicant has complied with all applicable DUNS and SAM requirements and, if an applicant has not fully complied with the requirements by the time the Federal awarding agency is ready to make a Federal award, the Federal awarding agency may determine that the applicant is not qualified to receive a Federal award and use that determination as a basis for making a Federal award to another applicant. Applicants must furnish the information required in the Competitive Request for Applications (RFAs). Successful applicants recommended for funding must furnish the information and assurances requested during the award documentation process. These include, but are not limited to the following: Organizational Management Information - Specific management information relating to an applicant shall be submitted on a one time basis, with updates on an as needed basis, as part of the responsibility determination prior to the award of a grant identified under this RFA, if such information has not been provided previously under this or another NIFA program. NIFA will provide copies of forms recommended for use in fulfilling these requirements as part of the preaward process. Although an applicant may be eligible based on its status as one of these entities, there are factors which may exclude an applicant from receiving Federal financial and nonfinancial assistance and benefits under this program (e.g., debarment or suspension of an individual involved or a determination that an applicant is not responsible based on submitted organizational management information). This information collection is approved under OMB Circular Control No. 0524-0026, "Assurance of Compliance with the Department of Agriculture Regulations Assuring Civil Rights, Compliance and Organization Information." SPECIAL NOTE: Please refer to the Competitive Request for Applications (RFAs) for further specific and pertinent details. The most current RFA is available via: https://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program RFAs are generally released annually. Hence, the RFAs provide the most current and accurate information available. Any specific instructions in the Competitive RFAs supersede the general information provided in the CFDA database.
What is the process for applying and being award this assistance?
Pre-Application Procedure
Preapplication coordination is not applicable.
Application Procedure
2 CFR 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards applies to this program. Preapplication coordination is not applicable. Environmental impact information is not required for this program. For the reasons set forth in the final Rule related Notice to 2 CFR part 415, subpart C, this program is excluded from the scope of the Executive Order 12372 which requires intergovernmental consultation with State and local officials. COORDINATION PREFERENCE In selecting recipients of grants to be used for any of the purposes described in subsection (d)(1), the Secretary shall give a preference to qualified entities that provide documentation of coordination with other qualified entities, with respect to any such purpose. 2 CFR 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards applies to this program. Applications should be submitted as outlined in the RFA. Applicants must follow the instructions provided per Grants.gov and in the Agency guide to submitting applications via Grants.gov.
Award Procedure
Applications are subjected to a system of peer and merit review in accordance with section 103 of the Agricultural Research, Extension and Education Reform Act of 1998 (7 U.S.C. 7613) by a panel of qualified scientists and other appropriate persons who are specialists in the field covered by the proposal. Within the limit of funds available for such purpose, the NIFA Authorized Departmental Officer (ADO) shall make grants to those responsible, eligible applicants whose applications are judged most meritorious under the procedures set forth in the RFA. Reviewers will be selected based upon training and experience in relevant scientific, extension, or education fields, taking into account the following factors: (a) The level of relevant formal scientific, technical education, or extension experience of the individual, as well as the extent to which an individual is engaged in relevant research, education, or extension activities; (b) the need to include as reviewers experts from various areas of specialization within relevant scientific, education, or extension fields; (c) the need to include as reviewers other experts (e.g., producers, range or forest managers/operators, and consumers) who can assess relevance of the applications to targeted audiences and to program needs; (d) the need to include as reviewers experts from a variety of organizational types (e.g., colleges, universities, industry, state and Federal agencies, private profit and non-profit organizations) and geographic locations; (e) the need to maintain a balanced composition of reviewers with regard to minority and female representation and an equitable age distribution; and (f) the need to include reviewers who can judge the effective usefulness to producers and the general public of each application. Evaluation Criteria will be delineated in the Competitive Request for Applications (RFA). 2 CFR 200 - Subpart C and Appendix I and 2 CFR part 400 apply to this Program. SPECIAL NOTE: Please refer to the Competitive Request for Applications (RFAs) for further specific and pertinent details. The most current RFAs are available via: https://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program RFAs are generally released annually. Hence, the RFAs provide the most current and accurate information available. Any specific instructions in the Competitive RFAs supersede the general information provided in the CFDA database.
Deadlines
Contact the headquarters or regional location, as appropriate for application deadlines
Approval/Disapproval Decision Time
From 30 to 180 days. Contact the National Program Leader (NPL), as indicated per CFDA Section # 152 - Headquarters Office regarding dates for specific deadlines, start and end dates, and range of approval/disapproval time. Information is also available via our website and may be obtained via the Grants.gov website. NIFA's respective links regarding general information are provided below: http://nifa.usda.gov/ http://www.grants.gov. SPECIAL NOTE: Please refer to the Competitive Request for Applications (RFAs) for further specific and pertinent details. The most current RFA is available via: http://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program
Appeals
Not applicable. 2 CFR Part 200 - Subparts D & E apply to this program.
Renewals
Specific details are provided in the Request for Applications (RFA), which are generally published annually. The most current RFA is available via: https://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program
How are proposals selected?
The Request for Applications (RFA) will identify the criteria to be evaluated for selection. COORDINATION PREFERENCE: In selecting recipients of grants to be used for any of the purposes described in subsection (d)(1), the Secretary shall give a preference to qualified entities that provide documentation of coordination with other qualified entities,
How may assistance be used?
Grants awarded under this Program shall be considered to be competitive research, extension, or education grants. . USES: Funds provided may be used for any of the following purposes: (A) To promote recruitment (including for programs in secondary schools), placement, and retention of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, students of veterinary medicine, and students of veterinary technology. (B) To allow veterinary students, veterinary interns, externs, fellows, and residents, and veterinary technician students to cover expenses (other than the types of expenses described in section 1415A(c)(5)) to attend training programs in food safety or food animal medicine. (C) To establish or expand accredited veterinary education programs (including faculty recruitment and retention), veterinary residency and fellowship programs, or veterinary internship and externship programs carried out in coordination with accredited colleges of veterinary medicine. (D) To provide continuing education and extension, including veterinary telemedicine and other distance-based education, for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and other health professionals needed to strengthen veterinary programs and enhance food safety. (E) To provide technical assistance for the preparation of applications submitted to the Secretary for designation as a veterinarian shortage situation under this section or section 1415A.
What are the requirements after being awarded this opportunity?
Reporting
Performance Reports: PERFORMANCE MONITORING: See above for pertinent and specific details.
Auditing
Relation to other audit requirements, but records must be available for review or audit by appropriate officials of the Federal agency, pass-through entity, and Government Accountability Office (GAO). This program is also subject to audit by the cognizant Federal audit agency and the USDA Office of Inspector General.
Records
In accordance with 2 CFR Part 400 - Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards, SS 200.333 Retention requirements for records. Grantees shall maintain separate records for each grant to ensure that funds are used for authorized purposes. Grant-related records are subject to inspection during the life of the grant and must be retained at least three (3) years. Records must be retained beyond the three (3) year period if litigation is pending or audit findings have not been resolved. 2 CFR 200 Subpart D applies to this program.
Other Assistance Considerations
Formula and Matching Requirements
Statutory formula is not applicable to this assistance listing.

Matching requirements are not applicable to this assistance listing.

MOE requirements are not applicable to this assistance listing.
Length and Time Phasing of Assistance
In accordance with statutory time limits, project periods, including no-cost extensions of time, are not to exceed five (5) years. Further details are provided in the Award document Form NIFA-2009 and the NIFA General Terms and Conditions Grants and Cooperative Agreements (dated October 2016) at: https://nifa.usda.gov/resource/nifa-general-terms-and-conditions-grants-and-cooperative-agreements-october-2016. SPECIAL NOTE: Please refer to the Competitive Request for Applications (RFAs) for specific and pertinent details. The most current RFAs are available via: https://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program RFAs are generally released annually. Hence, the RFAs provide the most current and accurate information available. Any specific instructions in the Competitive RFAs supersede the general information provided in the CFDA database. NIFA utilizes the Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP), a secure, web-based electronic payment and information system that allows federal agencies to administer funds. Currently, ASAP is the only payment source for new NIFA grantees.
Who do I contact about this opportunity?
Regional or Local Office
NIFA is transitioning to a new location for Fiscal Year 2020. NIFA's New Mailing Address AFTER September 30, 2019 follows: National Institute of Food and Agriculture 6501 Beacon Drive Kansas City, MO 64133
Headquarters Office
USDA, NIFA, National Program Leader, Institute of Food Production and Sustainability (IFPS)
1400 Independence Avenue, SW, STOP 2240,

Washington, DC 20024 US
Policy@nifa.usda.gov
Phone: (202) 401-6802
Fax: (202) 401-6488
Website Address
https://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program
Financial Information
Account Identification
12-1500-0-1-352
Obligations
(Cooperative Agreements (Discretionary Grants)) FY 18$2,387,000.00; FY 19 est $2,880,000.00; FY 20 est $0.00; FY 17$2,350,736.00; FY 16$2,358,265.00; - The Veterinary Services Grant Program (VSGP) was recently authorized in the Agricultural Act of 2014. NOTES: (1) The difference between the appropriation and obligation numbers reflects legislatively authorized set-asides deducted as appropriate. (2) The Veterinary Services Grant Program is not listed in the President?s FY 2020 Budget Proposal.
Range and Average of Financial Assistance
If minimum or maximum amounts of funding per competitive and/or capacity project grant, or cooperative agreement are established, these amounts will be announced in the annual Competitive Request for Application (RFA). The most current RFA is available via: https://nifa.usda.gov/program/veterinary-services-grant-program
Regulations, Guidelines and Literature
As an administrator of U.S. government support, NIFA works in partnership with grantees to ensure responsible stewardship of federal funds. Our grantees and partners are required to comply with all relevant rules and regulations. The following resources are provided to NIFA's partners and award recipients to support their adherence to federal regulations governing program performance: NIFA's primary (main) website: https://nifa.usda.gov/regulations-and-guidelines The following represent specific documents and direct links: POLICY GUIDE NIFA's Federal Assistance Policy Guide describes agency policies and procedures. https://nifa.usda.gov/policy-guide CERTIFICATIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS Certifications and representations provided through the NIFA application process. https://nifa.usda.gov/certifications-and-representations ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF USDA SUPPORT BY NIFA When acknowledging USDA support in accordance with 2 CFR Part 415, grantees must use the following acknowledgement for all projects or initiatives supported by NIFA. https://nifa.usda.gov/acknowledgment-usda-support-nifa FEDERAL REGULATIONS The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) lists all regulations published in the Federal Register. https://nifa.usda.gov/federal-regulations FOIA The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) provides that any person has the right to request access to federal documents and information such as research data. https://nifa.usda.gov/foia NEPA POLICY AND GUIDANCE The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Policy and Guidance set the standard for identifying potential environmental impacts. https://nifa.usda.gov/nepa-policy-and-guidance OGFM ISSUED CORRESPONDENCE The Office of Grants and Financial Management occasionally issues correspondence to applicants, grantees, and/or the general public for informational or clarification purposes. https://nifa.usda.gov/ogfm-issued-correspondence RESEARCH MISCONDUCT NIFA requires that all its awardees adhere to the USDA Scientific Integrity Policy and the Federal Policy on Research Misconduct. https://nifa.usda.gov/research-misconduct NIFA'S GENERAL AWARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS Award terms and conditions are determined by statutory, regulatory, and agency requirements, as well as each grant's circumstances. Terms and conditions dictate important items related to your grant, including method of payment, reporting frequency and content, and prior approval requirements. References to the terms and conditions of awards are located on the NIFA 2009 Award Fact Sheet. NIFA's general award terms and conditions (see link below) is applicable to this program, for awards with an award date on December 26, 2014 and thereafter. https://nifa.usda.gov/resource/nifa-general-terms-and-conditions-grants-and-cooperative-agreements-october-2016.
Examples of Funded Projects
Fiscal Year 2016 For FY 2016: First award announcements under this new competitive program are anticipated during September, 2016 Under the Rural (veterinary) Practice Enhancement (RPE) program area, 6 to 8 awards are anticipated. These competitively awarded grants to veterinarians or veterinary business entities will support projects designed to enhance capacity and capability of awardees’ for-profit or nonprofit veterinary practices to serve designated veterinary service shortage areas. Under the Education, Extension & Training (EET) program area, 6-8 awards are anticipated. These competitively awarded grants, which can be applied for by several different types of eligible applicant entities including (but not limited to) educational institutions, professional organizations, foundations, and state/tribal governments, will support projects designed to provide specialized formal and informal educational opportunities for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to gain specialized skills and knowledge promoting the successful practice of food supply veterinary medicine in underserved areas. This was the first award year for this Newly Authorized & Funded Program. First awards were made during September 2016 and annual progress reports have not yet been received from awardees. Pertinent details to be provided by Program at a future date.
Fiscal Year 2017 This was the second year of this program. Under the Rural (veterinary) Practice Enhancement (RPE) program area, six (6) awards were made in September, 2017. These competitively awarded grants to veterinarians or veterinary business entities will support projects designed to enhance capacity and capability of awardees’ for-profit or nonprofit veterinary practices to serve designated veterinary service shortage areas. Under the Education, Extension & Training (EET) program area, seven (7) awards were made in September, 2017. These competitively awarded grants, which can be applied for by several different types of eligible applicant entities including (but not limited to) educational institutions, professional organizations, foundations, and state/tribal governments, will support projects designed to provide specialized formal and informal educational opportunities for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to gain specialized skills and knowledge promoting the successful practice of food supply veterinary medicine in underserved areas. Awards are made for a 2 to 4 year duration and final reports have not yet been received. Title of awards made to the EET program were: 1. Supporting Early Career Veterinarians in Rural Practice in Tennessee. Univ. of Tennessee 2. Comprehensive Aquaculture Veterinary Medicine Training for Veterinarians in Rural America. Univ. of Florida 3. Parasitology residency to support rural areas that are underserved in Veterinary Medicine. Iowa State Univ. of Science and Technology 4. Case-Based Distance Learning for Food Animal Veterinarians. Univ. of Kentucky 5. Recruitment and support of Veterinarians in underserved rural areas of Kentucky. Auburn University 6. Transforming all veterinarians into food-animal vets through focused CE. University of Hawaii 7. Training rural mixed-animal veterinarians in residue avoidance with support of a new collaborative food animal medicine internship. North Carolina State University Statistics: 26 Applications received, 7 awards = 27% selection rate. Average award: $231,797 (range $169,304 - $250,000). For the RPE program, the following states had an applicant receive funding to provide services in Veterinary shortage areas: WV, KS, WI (2 awards for different areas),VA, ND
Fiscal Year 2018 This was the third year of this program. Under the Rural (veterinary) Practice Enhancement (RPE) program area, seven (7) awards were made in September 2018. These competitively awarded grants to veterinary clinics will support projects designed to enhance capacity and capability of awardees’ for-profit or nonprofit veterinary practices to serve designated veterinary service shortage areas throughout the United States. Under the Education, Extension & Training (EET) program area, seven (7) awards were made in September 2018. These competitively awarded grants, which can be applied for by several different types of eligible applicant entities including (but not limited to) educational institutions, professional organizations, foundations, and state/tribal governments, and will support projects designed to provide specialized formal and informal educational opportunities for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to gain specialized skills and knowledge promoting the successful practice of food supply veterinary medicine in underserved areas. Awards are made for a 2 to 4 year duration and final reports have not yet been received. Title of awards made to the EET program were: 1. Managing Your Rural Practice for Success. Implemented by the American Association of Bovine Practitioners. 2. Improving food-animal veterinary service shortage situations in rural bovine practice through recruitment and continuing education of early-career veterinarians. Implemented by Michigan State University. 3. Cooperative Extension Service Food Animal Medicine Workshop Series: Utilizing Extension to Provide Continuing Education for the Expansion of Veterinary Services in Shortage Situations. Implemented by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. 4. Poultry Training for Large and Small Animal Veterinarians in Pennsylvania Counties with a Defined Veterinarian Shortage Situation. Implemented by Pennsylvania State University, University Park. 5. Veterinary Microbiology Residency Program at the Tifton Veterinary Diagnostic and Investigational Laboratory. Implemented by the University of Georgia. 6. Zoonotic Disease Prevention Tools for Rural Veterinary Practices. Implemented by Iowa State University. 7. Texas Panhandle and Plains Rural Veterinary Practice Revitalization. Implemented by Texas A&M AgriLife Research. Statistics: 20 Applications received for EET, 7 awards were made, representing a 35% selection rate. Award average = $222,337 (range $94,385 - $249,701). For the RPE program, the following seven (7) states had an applicant receive funding to provide services in a veterinary shortage area: CO, ID, NM, NY, OH, TX, WY
Fiscal Year 2019 This is the fourth year of this program. Under the Rural (veterinary) Practice Enhancement (RPE) program area, seven (7) awards will be made in September 2019. The following five (5) states will have at least one applicant receive funding to provide services in a veterinary shortage area: CO, IA, KS (2), MT (2), VT. These competitively awarded grants to veterinarians or veterinary business entities will support projects designed to enhance capacity and capability of awardees’ for-profit or nonprofit veterinary practices to serve designated veterinary service shortage areas. Under the Education, Extension & Training (EET) program area, nine (9) awards will be made in September, 2019. These competitively awarded grants, which can be applied for by several different types of eligible applicant entities including (but not limited to) educational institutions, professional organizations, foundations, and state/tribal governments, will support projects designed to provide specialized formal and informal educational opportunities for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to gain specialized skills and knowledge promoting the successful practice of food supply veterinary medicine in underserved areas.
Fiscal Year 2020 The FY 2020 funding levels have not yet been established by Congressional Appropriations. If this Program is funded in FY 2020, it is projected that the funding level will be comparable and the types of projects will be similar. If funded, it is projected that under the Rural (veterinary) Practice Enhancement (RPE) program area, there will be approximately eight (8) awards. These competitively awarded grants to veterinarians or veterinary business entities will support projects designed to enhance capacity and capability of awardees’ for-profit or nonprofit veterinary practices to serve designated veterinary service shortage areas. Under the Education, Extension & Training (EET) program area, approximately eight (8) awards are projected. These competitively awarded grants, which can be applied for by several different types of eligible applicant entities including (but not limited to) educational institutions, professional organizations, foundations, and state/tribal governments, will support projects designed to provide specialized formal and/or informal educational opportunities for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to gain specialized skills and knowledge promoting the successful practice of food supply veterinary medicine in underserved areas. Pertinent details to be provided by Program at a future date.

 


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