Project Title

Report and Workshop on Telemedicine in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity and Feasibility 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

TEL 02 2020A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

TEL 02 2020A 

Project Title

Report and Workshop on Telemedicine in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity and Feasibility 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Digital Innovation 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

80,000 

Co-funding Amount

45,000 

Total Project Value

125,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Telecommunications and Information Working Group (TELWG) 

Topics

Telecommunications and Information 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Hong Kong, China; Malaysia; Peru 

Expected Start Date

01/03/2021 

Expected Completion Date

31/03/2022 

Project Proponent Name 1

Wang Yapeng 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director 

Organization 1

China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT) 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(86) 13810505698 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

wangyapeng@caict.ac.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Wang Yapeng 

Project Summary

The global challenge of COVID-19 has highlighted the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in our collective response to the pandemic. One of the outstanding use cases is telemedicine, which facilitates disease prevention and control via virtual diagnosis and treatment. This project aims to discuss how APEC Economies can better leverage ICTs to assist front-line health professionals and patients with limited access to healthcare services. It will analyse the feasibility and benefit of telemedicine in the Asia-Pacific region and strengthen integration of ICTs and healthcare

This project will conduct a survey and research to develop a report that provides feasibility checklist[1] and benefit analysis on telecommunication network construction. The report will include topics such as technical architecture, capacity, and feasibility in the Asia Pacific region. It will also share within APEC successful case studies and implementable recommendations which are solicited from Economies. To make the report more comprehensive and fruitful, POs plan to invite APEC Economies involved in the report and collect feedback and suggestions, with an international workshop will be held on the margins of TEL63.



[1] stocktake of best practices



Relevance

Relevance – Region: Telemedicine/telehealth is the provision of clinical/health-related services and information via ICTs, among which telecommunication network is a key pillar, especially when augmented by 5G telecommunications networks. Telemedicine allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, which helps bridge the gaps between emerging healthcare demands and restricted access to quality resources. That’s particularly the case for rural and remote areas with limited mobility, insufficient funding, and understaffed facilities in developing economies. This project will help to determine the feasibility of onsite training, image collection, Internet transfer, and remote grading of digital screening and diagnosis in relation to telemedicine in APEC Economies, with particular focus on developing economies. This will support member economies in the APEC Region to assess the needs and opportunities of telemedicine, understand their implementation models and technological requirements, and consider the benefit, cost and risk of implementing them. Furthermore, in the context of COVID-19 pandemic, the need to optimize face-to-face consultations without compromising the quality and access of essential health services has revitalized telemedicine to the forefront worldwide. This innovative model will become increasingly relevant to strengthen member economies’ response to public health emergency as well as to enhance their ability to prevent and mitigate future crises.

This proposed project aims to develop a report that provides feasibility checklist  and benefit analysis on telecommunication network construction. POs plan to invite APEC Economies involved in the report and collect feedback and suggestions, with an international workshop will be held on the margins of TEL63. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The project aligns with multiple key focus areas of the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap, including (1) Development of digital infrastructure; (2) Promotion of Interoperability; (6) Promoting innovation and adoption of enabling technologies and services; (9) Improvement of baseline Internet and Digital Economy measurements, etc. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The challenges brought by COVID-19 pandemic require the international community to deepen their understanding on telemedicine-related technologies, as well as their economic and social influence. This project will explore ICT penetration into non-technology industries and provide recommendations on implementation approaches, as well as viable and sustainable principles. It will draw on cross domain expertise from telecommunication and healthcare sectors, and gather experience on how innovative ICTs can contribute to increased connectivity in healthcare system, thus promoting sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region. The report will include feasibility study and implementable recommendations which are solicited from Economies, with an additional focus on the combination of open architecture and next generation (5G) telecommunications networks. Developing economies can benefit from the report, which helps to identify the possibility and cost of developing telemedicine in the future.

To make the report more comprehensive and fruitful, POs plan to invite APEC Economies involved in the report and collect feedback and suggestions, with an international workshop will be held on the margins of TEL63, attended by delegates, experts, and private-sector partners. 

Objectives

This project aims to support member economies to assess the needs and opportunities of telemedicine, understand their implementation models and technological requirements, and consider the benefit, cost and risk of implementing them, taking into account  limited resources in developing economies.

A report will be developed to collect and share use cases and best practices, with particular focus on responses to COVID-19, and provide an analysis of the feasibility and benefit of of telemedicine in the Asia-Pacific. The report will reflect the implementable recommendations which are solicited from Economies and aim to strengthen the response and capabilities of APEC Economies regarding public health emergencies and enhance their understanding on integration of ICTs and healthcare, and potentially other traditional industries, which can encourage the strengthening of the digital economy.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project aligns with 2020 APEC priorities, and closely follows the goal of “improving the economic and social well-being of the people”, as well as the UN Sustainable Development Goal 3: “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages” by enlarging universal health coverage through ICTs. The project also contributes to APEC sub priorities, especially “Develop and support ICT innovation” and “Promote a secure, resilient and trusted ICT environment.” The project is particularly relevant in the context of COVID-19 pandemic and consistent with APEC TEL’s vision of advancing the development of ICT infrastructure and services as well as promoting cooperation, information sharing and the development of effective ICT policies and regulations in the Asia-Pacific region.

Alignment – Forum: 

This project aligns with the priority areas identified in the APEC TEL Strategic Action Plan 2016-2020, including (1) Develop and support ICT innovation; (2) Promote a secure, resilient and trusted ICT environment; (3) Promote regional economic integration; (4) Enhance the Digital Economy and the Internet Economy; (5) Strengthen cooperation. It will also lay a good foundation for the study of ICT penetration in healthcare and other traditional industries.  It will also be aligned with the APEC 2020 Background Paper – Priority Area.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1)  Analytical inputs: POs plan to conduct surveys focused on the construction of telemedicine network and information system, the use and popularization of telemedicine products, the efficiency and quality of telemedicine and the impact on economy and society in  the Asia-Pacific region. These analytical inputs can be throughonline interviews, questionnaireswith carriers, medical device manufacturers,hospitals, doctors, rural residents, also by the way of literature review or quantitative analysis, etc

2) Best practices: During the surveys, POs will also sort out targeted experience on early use-cases and best practices on telemedicine construction and application in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly with respect to responses to COVID-19 and preparedness for future crises. A collection of the best practices will be included in the final report as Annex.

3) Interim Report: An interim report will be developed to provide feasibility checklist and benefit analysis on the construction of telemedicine network and information system, the use and popularization of telemedicine products, the efficiency and quality of telemedicine and the impact on economy and society in the Asia-Pacific region.

4) Workshop: An international workshop will be held on the margins of TEL63, it will be a virtual meetings in 1 day, with comprehensive consideration of the time zone differences of each economies. It will be attended by delegates, experts, and private-sector partners to share use case studies and best practices and implementable recommendations which are solicited from economies. The project event duration will be 3 hours and it will be held within one day so the honorarium can be assigned normally.

5) Final Report: The contractor draft a final report on the feasibility and benefit of telemedicine in the APEC region (10 pages) which will become accessible to all economies through the APEC publication website. It may includes the current situation of telemedicine network construction, the application of telemedicine information system, specific application cases and suggestions for the development of telemedicine. The final report will be finalized before Sep 2021 after soliciting feedback and further discussion among economiesand reflect the implementable recommendations for reference of APEC economies.

Outcomes: 

1) Participants (especially the developing economies) can benefit from the evidence-based survey, especially the quantitative analysis. To give a framework and benchmark of the telemecine development in APEC region, participants can better identify their position, maturity level, reference economies and corresponding preparedness on telemedicine construction and application.

2) Participants (especially the developing economies) can benefit from the sharing of use case and best practices to improve healthcare delivery and further understand the mobilisation of telemedicine, their implementation models and technological requirements, and the benefit, cost and risk of implementing them .

3) Participants can benefit from understanding the benefit, roadmap and corresponding preparedness of the telemedicine applications and service via the analytic report with evidence, lessons and experience. The  implementable recommendations will help participants (especially the developing economies) better leverage technology developments to promote healthcare delivery and response to health emergencies.

4) Feedbacks from the draft circulation and soliciting opinions among APEC Economics can be discussed, absorbed and adapted in detail, based on the differences in the development of telemedicine in different regions and the feasibility of digital technology. Extensive communication will help produce more valuable and adaptable recommendations.

5) Participants (especially the developing economies) can apply the knowledge learned from the workshop in their own economies,  including making telemedicine related policies, conducting health intervention programs, providing consultations and conducting research.They can also hold similar workshops in their own economies based on this project’s workshop and report to further improve understanding of telemedicine. This could also result in more capacity preparedness to achieve the global initiatives on universal health coverage.

Beneficiaries: Participants include senior representatives from governments, academia, private sectors and other stakeholders related to ICT applications, digital health, health emergency response and especially telemedicine industry. The project will benefit the APEC region (especially the developing economies) as it has the potential to improve universal health coverage while boosting telecommunications market. The expected outcome will provide policymakers in the field of ICT and healthcare with insights into telemedicine which is of immediate relevance in addressing the global challenge of COVID-19 pandemic. From long-term perspective, the project will facilitate further discussion on the research and development of ICT penetration into other traditional industries, making digitalization more accessible, explainable and acceptable, especially in remote and rural areas.

Dissemination

The final reports should not contain personal data(name, gender, economy, social media handles, name of employer, etc) of project participants including speakers, experts and contractors. The final reports form can be:

1) Electronic version of the final report on the feasibility and benefit of telemedicine in the APEC region will be subimited as APEC publication and circulated among the economies after the workshop;

2) Hardcopy of the final reports will be provided under the request of the economies or some stakeholders;

3) Electronic version of the workshop summary can be shared with the participants and related stakeholders; The electronic version of the workshop summary is part of final report and it will be submitted as an annex of final report. The electronic version of the workshop summary contains the experts’ opinion and the outcome of the workshop.

4) Electronic version of the presentations and related workshop materials will be posted on APEC meeting documents database with permission from speakers.

The target audience can be mainly classified into three parts:1) Academia (experts, researchers and professionals); 2) Private sector, manufacturers; 3) APEC Economies/governments, with no intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

This proposal has met three of the five Gender Criteria as found in Appendix G of the Guidebook on APEC Projects, Edition 14 (Skills, Capacity Building and Health, Leadership, voice, and agency and Innovation and Technology).

The project will involve both men and women in the development of the project, the workshop in particular. POs will work to ensure that both female and male speakers and participants have equal opportunities to attend and actively participate in the workshop. POs will try to identify relevant speakers early in advance as well as to send the invitations to economies with enough time for them to consider the most suitable participants. In addition, the project proponents will ensure that the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the workshop will include information on gender for disaggregating of data for project assessment and will help in evaluation of specific responses of women and men.

In terms of direct beneficiaries, the project is expected to benefit and build capacity of both male and female officials, experts, researchers, and especially front-line health professionals and patients from APEC member economies. 

The project is currently managed by a team of females and this ensures that gender considerations are taken into careful consideration during all stages of the project. To involve participation from both genders, we encourage that at least 30% female of speakers and participants to be female.

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only the APEC funded) at the project event.  This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan

Timeline

Task

Deliverables

Mar 2021

Draft work plan

Concept note, project proposal

Apr – May 2021

Conduct survey and research on use cases and collect best practices;

Complete the drafting of report structure

Survey guidelines/ questionnaires;

Collection of best practices;

Report framework

Jun 2021

Complete the first draft of interim report and circulate it to member economies for comment.

Circulate the invitation and nomination forms for the workshop to APEC Economies.

First draft of the report on Telemedicine Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity, and Feasibility;

Workshop materials including invitation, concept note, agenda, participant list and software preparation

Jul 2021

Draft report of Telemedicine Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity, and Feasibility

Draft report of Telemedicine Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity, and Feasibility;

Aug 2021

TEL 63 (TBD)

Host a workshop to discuss the findings of the report and solicit further feedback from economies .

Organization of the workshop, and collection of the presentations, and evaluation form on the workshop.

Oct 2021

Submission of the APEC Project Monitoring Report

APEC Project Monitoring Report

Jan 2022

Finalize the report

Final report  of Telemedicine Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity, and Feasibility;

May 2022

Submit APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to APEC Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

Jun 2022

Participate in the Long-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by APEC Secretariat

Risks

In the case of the repost, the risk may be to identify economies willing to co-work and share their experiences due to the current COVID-19 situation. This risk may be reduced by referring to other experts not so occupied by current health emergency, as well as online collaboration tools such as e-mails, conference call, online survey and questionnaires, and document collaboration tools, etc. If required, weekly con-calls can be arranged to improve the communication efficiency of online collaboration.

In the case of the workshop, the risks may be related to hosting an event and getting good quality speakers as well as relevant participants from all member economies. POs plan to host a virtual event if not a  conventional meeting of TEL 63. POs may manage this risk by carefully designing the agenda of the workshop and identifying qualified and experienced experts no less than 2 months in advance, and avoid possible delays in the development and collection of workshop materials and inputs, including presentations from speakers ahead of time. In addition, POs will circulate the invitation to economies as early as possible and provide information of the desired profile of participants to guide economies in the nomination process. 

In case of the achievement, the risk of APEC economies may be reluctant to apply the knowledge learned and recommendations from the Project. In surveys of APEC projects, a key reason for non-application of project knowledge/materials is the lack of clear guidance how best practices can be applied, including descriptions of limitations or hurdles economies may face to consider application. This risk may be reduced by the experience sharing at the workshop.

To ensure the smooth running of the virtual workshop, POs will prepare for the workshop as early as possible before the meetings start. Besides that, as the host of the workshop, POs would like to prepare technical instruction material to provide all participants with guidance on the usage of the application of the virtual meeting. If needed, POs will invite all speakers to test their audio and video before the meeting. APEC TEL organizer’s guidance and professional experience is very essential during the preparation of the meetings.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Measures/ indicators that POs will use to measure output include: number of responses to the surveys/questionnaires, participation rates of the workshop, number of speakers and economies engaged in the workshop, feedback and recommendations received from the soliciting process and workshops, report distributed, citations and download, etc.

Measures/ indicators that POs will use to assess if this project has achieved the expected outcome include: surveying participants at the start on the understanding and literacy on telemedicine, and comparing to the survey result at the end of the project (after participating the workshop or reading the final report), to assess the promotion of knowledge generation and dissemination. The potential increase in demand for telemedicine and healthcare in rural areas with limited access to health resources and as part of the epidemic response can also be indicators to assess the potential impact of this project.

Gender impacts can be measured by the percentage of participating women representatives in the surveys,  workshop (speakers and participants), potential beneficiaries, etc. Data disaggregated by gender will be collated to ensure that impacts on women are measured and monitored – this will include the number of participants as well as the number of technical experts engaged as speakers and experts. This information will be reported through the APEC process – via APEC Monitoring and Completion reports.

POs will collect data through surveys, interviews, feedbacks from workshops, etc. External collaboration and data input will be throughout the whole process of this project, and POs will ensure the representativeness, objectivity, and unbiasedness of the collecting data.

Outputs and outcomes will be delivered with the indicators in the matrix table below.

Category

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

1.    Survey on Telemedicine in the Asia-Pacific Region

1.   No. of questionare

10

Questionnaire Form

Completion Report

2.   No. of attendees

over 20

Feedbacks of Questionnaire Form

Completion Report

3.   % of. of Economies covered

Over 70%

Feedbacks of Questionnaire Form

Completion Report

4.   Submission to the Secretariat

30 Jul  2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

2.    Best Practices Collection on Telemedicine in  the Asia-Pacific Region

5.   % of. of Economies covered

Over 70%

Certification by PO

Completion Report

6.   Submission to the Secretariat

1 Dec 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

3.    Interim Report on Telemedicine Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity, and Feasibility

7.   No. of pages

About 10

Certification by PO

Completion Report

8.   Submission to the Secretariat

31 Aug 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

4.    Monitoring Project Report

9.   Submission to the Secretariat

30 Oct 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

5.    Final Report on Telemedicine Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Network Architecture, Capacity, and Feasibility

10. No. of pages

10

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

11. Submission to the Secretariat

31 Jan 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

6.   Workshop (TEL63)

12. No. of experts engaged

5

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

13. % of attending economies

Over 80

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

14. % of participating men/women

About 50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

15. Content developed and deployed

30 Nov 2021

Certification by PO

Completion Report

Outcomes

1.   Participants knowledge of Best practices and an understanding on Telemedicine

1.   % of participants report substantial knowledge increase

75%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

2.   developing APEC economies report substantial knowledge increase

25%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

3.   women report substantial knowledge increase

33%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

2.   Recommendations made on how to implement recommendations for best practices in Network architectures, Deployments and Applications of Telemedicine

4.   No. of recommendations made

About 5

Included in the Final Report

Report to Working Group

The APEC longer-term evaluation of APEC

Projects


Linkages

The project is of immediate relevance in Asia Pacific region’s collective response to COVID-19 pandemic, and will also facilitate future cross-sectoral studies on ICT penetration into traditional industries. The project will strengthen cooperation with related APEC fora and sub-fora including Health Working Group (HWG) and Digital Economy Steering Group (DESG) and contribute to the implementation of APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap (AIDER).

Sustainability

The report and workshop will build capacity of member economies to undertake domestic reforms on healthcare delivery and improve health coverage in rural areas with limited access to medical resources. It will also identify relevant international best practices and reflect recommendations that economies can consider as a reference.

Project participants could benefit from the use cases and best practices shared in the report and at the workshop, using project outputs to further improve their own telemedicine construction and applications. Interested APEC Economies can continue to progress and seek advice on these topics through future TEL work and meetings. Additionally, the project will set up a mailing list of discussion group to connect relevant stakeholders interested in telemedicine and promote cooperation and collaboration on future work in this area.

Depending on the interest of APEC Economies and the final outcomes of the project, this work can lead to further discussions regarding telemedicine implementation and strengthening the integration of ICTs and healthcare, as well as potential capacity-building workshops. The outcomes of this project can be further utilised as a guide for potential future projects and workshops, and will also be relevant to other APEC groups, including the HWG and DESG, and could be a useful reference for their future work.

Participant feedback, as well as the level of engagement and future interest in further projects on telemedicine that relate to the final project outputs, including further research reports and policy updates after project completion, can be measured as indicators of the outcome progress.

Project Overseers

Wang Yapeng is the Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department of China Academy Information and Communications Technology, which is a national institution associated with Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. She was elected as the Vice chair of Working Group 1 of APT WTDC Preparatory meeting. She has rich experience on the International cooperation and she has participated in ITU and APT high level activities, including ITU Council, Plenipotentiary and WTDC and played a very important role. She succeed in facilitating the proposal on digital economy to become the new resolution (No. 205 ) of PP. Acting as the main focal point of ITU and APT, she also organized the industry of ICT sector to actively take part in the ITU and APT activities. With her efforts, over 5 Chinese companies were awarded the WSIS Prizes in recent years. She also has rich experience of project management.  She was ever responsible of the project between CAICT and EU Commission, and now she is the focal point of APT EBC-C project. Her research field includes Network Neutrality, Future Internet, AI and Digital Economy and she involved in several projects in the field above mentioned.

Xu Shan is the vice-chair of ITU&WHO Artificial Intelligence for Health focus group and was elected in the roster of WHO digital health expert. She is a senior expert from Digital Health Department of Cloud Computing & Big Data Research Institute in China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), also the director of International Collaboration Department of Health Big-data and Network Research Center in CAICT. She joined many national major projects and participated in “MIT Technology Review: AI in health care: Capacity, capability, and a future of active health in Asia”,” People-oriented, Artificial Intelligence Drives the Development of Medical System (2019)”, “WHITE PAPER SERIES ON MEDICAL AI: Value first, Artificial Intelligence Drives the Development of ​Medical System(2019)”,"Medical Health IoT White Paper (2018) "& “Medical Artificial Intelligence Technology and Application White Paper(2018)". She used to support China-EU ICT Dialogue, National Informationization Plan of the 13th Five-Year Plan, and work on many smart-health planning in cities across China.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Considering of APEC to obtain the best quality outcomes and value for money in the limited time, PO will select an excellent contractor among PO’s long term cooperative partners with good qualifications, outstanding achievements by a non-competitive process instead of an open tender process. PO will not contract staff from its own organization or government employees.

A contractor who is selected will serve a major role in this project.  The main duties of the contractor include:-

No.

Actions

No. of Hours

1.Survey and analytical inputs

Conducting a desk research to gain better understanding and knowledge about the issues to enrich the final report of the project;

350

Drafting, sending out and recovering the questionnaire

Getting in touch with potential stakeholders and conducting interviews or consultations

Drafting interview summary

Systematization the information: ordering and classification of data that are structured in a precise way, generating organized databases, allowing a more efficient analysis of the information.

Analysis of the responses to the questionnaire, interview results and other data purchased or provided by friendship

2.Best practices collection

Collecting as many telemedicine use-cases as possible

325

Analysing and sorting out targeted experience on early use-cases and best practices on telemedicine construction and application

3.Interim Report

Reviewing the existing literature and reports about the topic

100

Drafting Interim Report with survey results, literature review findings and main recommendations

4.Workshop

Collecting potential speakers and discussants' personal information and backgroud

325

Working with potential participants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda of workshop including elaboration of each agenda session and make sure speaker’s materials are in line with the topic

Creating a list of suitable speakers

Preparing meeting materials (agenda, moderators' note, invitation, background picture, etc.)

Inviting speakers and discussing term and expected output from speakers

Meeting service (entry in, software test, ppt presenting, etc.) 

Taking notes during the workshop

E-mailing thankyou messages to experts

Drafting workshop summary

5.Final Report

Making a final report of minimum of 60 pages.

150

6.Monitoring Report

Drafting a Monitoring Report

25

7.Completion Report

Drafting  a Completion Report

25

Total

1,300


Waivers

Not Applicable.

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