Project Title

Policy Recommendation on Improving Supply Chain Performance with Digital Manufacturing Technology amid Pandemic Crisis 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

PPSTI 06 2020A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPSTI 06 2020A 

Project Title

Policy Recommendation on Improving Supply Chain Performance with Digital Manufacturing Technology amid Pandemic Crisis 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: APEC Supply Chain Connectivity 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

78,380 

Co-funding Amount

143,796 

Total Project Value

222,176 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) 

Topics

Science and Technology 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chinese Taipei 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Canada; Chile; Korea; Malaysia; Peru; Russia; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/09/2021 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2022 

Project Proponent Name 1

Chen Bo-Wei 

Job Title 1

Dr / Business Manager 

Organization 1

Laser and Additive Manufacturing Technology Center, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(886) 66939116 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

scottchen@itri.org.tw 

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

Chen Bo-Wei 

Project Summary

The pandemic has inflicted great damage to the global supply chain. According to a recent survey by the Institute for Supply Management, nearly 30% of private sectors have seen an impact on their operations in the first half of 2020. To reduce the risk of supply chain disruptions, additive manufacturing (a.k.a. 3D printing) has been widely adopted to fill the gap with locally manufactured components. 

By offering assistance to SMEs with capacity building program demonstrating how to improve production efficiency, this project aims to share the best practice on utilizing additive manufacturing technology to enhance supply chain connectivity by hosting a hybrid workshop & an online consultation event, and delivering a policy recommendation report in 2021. Experts from governments, private sectors, and academia will be invited to share experiences on diagnosing barriers, integrating STI resources, and harmonizing policies with the ultimate goal of helping SMEs escape from the middle-income-trap and achieve supply chain resilience in APEC.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The recent COVID-19 outbreak has inflicted great damage upon the global supply chain. Pandemic-led Lockdowns enacted to control the spread of the pandemic also significantly impact flows of resources, labor force, and goods, causing supply chain disruptions. Amid the crisis, industries such as automotive, electronic, medical devices, and pharmaceuticals that have suffered the most from the shortages of critical components are now moving forward to build more resilient supply chains. It is predicted that pandemics will become the new normal in the future; therefore, it is crucial to shorten supply chains for localizing production and improving production efficiency to help SMEs escape from the middle-income-trap through digital transformation. 

This project aims to take medical device and equipment industry as an example to show how Chinese Taipei reacts to improve the supply chain efficiency and connectivity when coping with the crisis of supply chain disruption. Through hybrid workshop, case studies and online consultation event, stakeholders from APEC member economies will exchange experiences on drafting policies that support digital transformation and integrate individual manufacturing cluster into a new ecosystem, which has been proven effective in reducing cost and time in a short time. To pave the way forward the supply chain resilience in APEC community, a policy recommendation report which collects the best practices from the member economies will be submitted as an important reference to prepare for future challenge of supply chain disruptions. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The APEC Support Fund: Supply Chain Connectivity is aimed to improve supply chain performance and overcome specific obstacles, such as the global supply chain disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The project intends to help the member economies reduce the risk of supply chain disruption and improve production efficiency of supply chain through a capacity building program of additive manufacturing technology, the buildup of certification systems, and relevant regulations. 2 real cases will be shared in this project. One shows how Chinese Taipei’s government, research institute, and medical device and equipment industry took action to team up and use 3D printing technology to reproduce essential medical products during the COVID-19 outbreak. By analyzing components of the final products, simulating the production process, and replacing the major components to produce the final product locally, this case exhibits a possible approach of establishing a resilient supply chain. The other best practice demonstrates the integration of a new manufacturing ecosystem. 

By transforming the traditional manufacturing with digital technology (ex. additive manufacturing), the new supply chain has achieved a 10% improvement in terms of production time and cost. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: To achieve sustainable growth and development, the project aims to enhance the current supply chain with digital transforming technologies. The current global factory model is composed of companies relocated from high cost economies to low cost economies to reduce labor cost. Under the model, components of one product are usually manufactured by different factories and sent to assembly plants which exposes the hidden risk that exchanges of raw materials and components between companies involved in the supply chain are easily halted once COVID-19 like epidemics strike. 

The malfunction of the global supply chain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic raised serious concerns regarding the provision of critical products, especially medical equipment such as ventilators, face shields, etc. and the shortage of critical components. This project will provide the member economies a duplicable DSR (Disassemble, Simulation, Replace) model of utilizing 3D printing to manufacture locally to mitigate production risks caused by the pandemic. 

By exhibiting the process from analyzing parts of a final product, conducting manufacturing simulation, to applying addictive manufacturing, the member economies can learn from this project to build up capacity for establishing a shorter and more resilient supply chain. 

In the non-pandemic periods, STI capacity plays an important role in transforming the supply chain. The digital manufacturing technologies applied in this project can effectively reduce cost and time for production and personnel cultivation. The training program included in the manufacturing ecosystem intends to build capability in adopting digital manufacturing technologies meanwhile professionals (such as policymakers and scholars) involved will give advice, provide assistance, and share experience on forming localized supply chains/ecosystems which can be an important reference for APEC economies to drive digital transformation; therefore, to increase production efficiency and lower the risk of supply chain disruption.

Objectives

1) To build the capacity on improving production efficiency: to reduce the risk of supply chain disruptions through an enhanced local supply chain driven by digital manufacturing technology, helping SMEs escape from the middle-income trap.

2) To make policy recommendation on integrating a real-time supply chain: Connecting experts from governments, academia, research institutes, and private sectors to facilitate collective intelligence and discuss approaches to establish a duplicable manufacturing real-time supply chain as a new ecosystem in order to minimize the risk of supply chain disruption.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project meets one of APEC’s priorities of inclusive economic participation through digital economy and technology by carrying out a capacity building program of additive manufacturing technologies which helps to facilitate industry deployment of digital transformation, overcoming the middle-income-trap and build a more inclusive & sustainable APEC community. To drive innovative sustainability, research institutes and the related academic units will work together with private sectors to develop next-generation technology which keeps improving the supply chain efficiency. A policy recommendation report which collects the best practices on utilizing digital manufacturing technologies to improve supply chain performance from the member economies will be delivered as an important reference for a more inclusive digital APEC community. 

Alignment – Forum:

1) Advance STI for Sustainability: a case study on next-generation supply chain which utilizes additive manufacturing technology to shorten industrial supply chain will be presented in this project. 

2) Research Connectivity for Commercialization: Chinese Taipei will share our experience on the commercialization of the newly formed manufacturing supply chain ecosystem with a real case of a spin-off company from the said ecosystem. 

3) Inclusivity in Science: A training course and certificate system will be introduced in this project for capacity building which helps developing member economies to overcome the middle income trap with science and encourages developed member economies to keep moving forward to pave the way for an inclusive APEC community.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: This project aims to build resilient supply chains by adopting digital manufacturing technologies. Due to the pandemic, all the activities will be conducted as a hybrid of physical event and virtual webinar. We will hold one hybrid workshop to demonstrate how traditional manufacturing process is transformed with digital manufacturing technologies and to share and collect best practices of building supply chain resilience.  Moreover, an online consultation event will be organized to identify causes of supply chain inefficiency among the member economies and to give recommendations based on the approaches proposed. The tentative agenda and the outputs of this project are listed as below:

1) Research Work will be presented to the PPSTI Working Group. Oct 2021-Mar 2022. The report will include:

a. The analysis of the current situation of the supply chain and the policy of 5~7 member economies.

b. How to deal with the disruption of the supply chain and the formation of an enhanced supply chain

2)   Hybrid Workshop, October-November 2021

2 days event and each day has 2 sessions, a session is about 1.5 hours with 2-3 speeches.I. main theme: STI capacity building for improving the supply chain to cope with the challenges of COVID-19.

Tentative agenda

Tentative topic

Participant

1.    

2.Best practice on Policy initiative regarding COVID-19

The disruption of the global supply chain and the possible reaction

7 speakers/moderators, 20 participants (including APEC PPSTI

and/or HWG, TELWG, SMEWG Delegations (including Policymakers, and experts)

The comparison of the traditional supply chain and the

enhanced simulation model

STI capacity building for improving the supply chain

3.Best practice sharing

The formation of a resilient supply chain-the case of

manufacturing ventilators

The digital transformation of the dental industry and the

buildup of the supply chain ecosystem

Best practice from the member economies

Demonstration video: A 2 minute short video will be produced to introduce the additive manufacturing technology, including the comparison of traditional method and new approach..

3) Connectivity platform, September 2021: Create a Facebook group to share the best practices of supply chain improvement, digital transforming technologies and news, APEC member economies will be invited to join. The member economies can share best practices, ask questions, and get feedbacks from dedicated professionals and experts to answer questions and provide insights to develop a sustainable supply chain ecosystem.

4) Online training program, November-December 2021: An online training program will be held and take dental parts as an example to demonstrate the improvement of applying digital manufacturing technology comparing to the traditional method. Participants will be coached to run the process of dental parts manufacturing. The training program is open to the member economies to join online and local participants will join physically.

Tentative Agenda

Participants

3D printing Removable Partial Denture design & manufacturing and the clinical advantage

2 speakers, 20 participants (including dental technicians, dentist, policymakers, experts, and people interested)

Supply chain policy and quality system for 3D printing medical device

5) Online consultation event, December 2021-January 2022: An online consultation event will be organized and open to the member economies. This will be a 2 stage activity, first stage is case collection, and second stage is case analysis and sharing. For those APEC member economies which 1) need a deeper understanding of the enhanced supply chain model, 2) need assistance to diagnose their local supply chain, or 3) are suffering from inefficient supply chains during the COVID-19 pandemic, can provide their case and consult experts from Chinese Taipei and other member economies.

The purpose of this event is to test the workability and localizability of the enhanced supply chain model proposed by this project, to utilize digital manufacturing technology to strengthen local supply chain in order to complement global supply chain. We will provide diagnoses and advice using the methodology and tools retrieved from the best practices and hybrid workshop. The results of the diagnoses will be used to modify the enhanced supply chain model and facilitate STI capacity building in APEC member economies. In the second stage, the suitable cases will be selected and presented to discuss the results and recommendations of our diagnoses for sharing with APEC economies.

Tentative agenda

Participants

Case illustration

2 speakers, 20 participants (including stakeholders of the advice-seeking

economies such as policymakers, experts, and people interested)

Case analysis and diagnosis

Recommendations

Discussion

6) Policy recommendation report will be presented to the PPSTI Working Group. The report will include:

a. Part of the Research Work will be included in the the introduction and the current situation section of the policy recommendation report, and provide the grounding for the analysis and diagnosis of the case study of the online consultation event.

b. The importance of an enhanced and localized supply chain, and the methodology to achieve resiliently.

c. The role government plays in building infrastructure for digital transformation and the supply chain ecosystem.

d. The role government plays in building the communication platform during the pandemic

e. To promote the application of digital transforming technologies to help SMEs escape from the middle-income trap.

Outcomes:

1) STI capacity building: to raise the awareness of a more resilient supply chain and suggest a possible route to reduce the risk of supply chain disruption.

2) A duplicable DSR (Disassemble, Simulation, Replace) model: to suggest a possible approach in transforming the global supply chain to the domestic supply chain.

3) Policy recommendations on the development of a sustainable supply chain ecosystem. The member economies could take initiatives in adopting digital manufacturing technologies to enhance the resilience of the supply chain.

Objective

Outcome

To build the capacity on improving production efficiency

With the bybrid workshop of best practice sharing, the training program, and the online consultation event, seed coaches from member economies (at least 10) will be trained. The know-how and the concept developed in this project could be duplicated and modified with local elements to improve production efficiency.

To make policy recommendation on integrating a real-time supply chain

The real cases coached in this project and the related policy recommendation will be summarized as a policy recommendation report which could be wide spread to APEC member economies to realize the process of supply chain improvement and localization, which is also help to overcome the middle income trap and accelerate the economic recovery in APEC region

Beneficiaries: 

Direct beneficiaries:

1) Private sectors: technologies will be introduced and a new ecosystem will be established in order to cope with the risk of supply chain disruption.

2)  Policy makers: from the Hybrid Workshop, to learn from the best practices provided by the member economies regarding policy incentives and strategies of supply chain integration.

3)  Participants from the member economies: utilize knowledge shared in the online training program and bring it back to practice locally.

Indirect beneficiaries:

1) Research institutes: to discover the needs of private sectors and develop the next-generation technologies to enhance STI capacity.

Dissemination

1) A Facebook group will be created to collect and present the best practices, exchange opinions on the transforming of supply chains. APEC member economies can learn from each other by posting questions or asking for assistance on this connectivity platform to boost the resilience of local supply chains and to relieve the disruption caused by COVID-19 like epidemics.

2) The policy recommendation report is intended for public dissemination before December 2021 after being reviewed by APEC Secretariat and endorsed by members. The policy recommendation report will be uploaded to the APEC Publication Website and APEC Project Database. Notification will be delivered through LAMC mailing list including APEC PPSTI TELWG, and SMEWG members to promote the Project Report in the APEC Economies.

3)  Target audience of this project are PPSTI member economies, policy makers and regulators (e.g. policy advisers, policy analysts, managers, and directors) from government departments in charge of supply chain management, digital transformation technology, and economic development.

Gender

The project will take gender equality considerations into account.  It is planned that 50% of the participants and the speakers of all the events will be female. The criteria are based on the idea that in innovation and technology fields, women have the same opportunities as men to benefit from and participate in the development and implementation of scientific advances and new technologies. This project promotes the following APEC pillars of women’s economic empowerment: (3) skills, capacity building, and health, (4) leadership, voice, and agency, and (5) innovation and technology. By undertaking the measures outlined above, women involved in the project will benefit greatly.

Work Plan

Time

Activities

Output

Aug – Sep 2021

The employment of the direct labor starts from Aug.2021.

The job duties include:

1) arranging events and relevant activities such as engaging experts and stakeholders;

2) designing surveys or questionnaires;

3) preparing for the video project (finishing the script, looking for the director, deciding the scenario, etc.

4) organizing the online meeting and platform; and

5) collecting best practices

Direct labor recruiting

Contract of direct labor

Agendas and activities for the project and hybrid workshop

l Facebook group of sustainable supply chain development

Dec 2021 – Jan 2022

l 1. STI capacity building for improving the supply chain to cope with the challenges of COVID-19

l 2. Demonstration video

l 3. Setting up the connectivity platform and announcing it to APEC members

l 4. Conducting the survey

l 5. Preparing for the online consultation event, collecting requests, engaging experts and professionals, and analyzing the cases

l 6. Start the job of Research Work

l Hybrid workshop

l Survey

Dec 2021 to Jan 2022

l 1. STI capacity building to demonstrate the improvement of applying digital manufacturing technology comparing to the traditional method.

l 2. Participants will be coached to run the process of dental parts manufacturing.

l Online Training Program

l Survey

Jan 2022 – Feb 2022

l 1. The online consultation event

l 2. A draft of the policy recommendation

Online Consultation Event

Analysis report

Survey

Mar 2022

Submission of  the Research Work and Policy Recommendation Report to APEC Secretariat

Research Work

l Policy Recommendation Report

Apr 2022

Submission of the APEC Project Monitoring Report

APEC Project Monitoring Report

Jun 2022

Project Completion Date

Aug 2022

1. Submission of  the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to APEC Secretariat

2. Review of the Completion Report by the Secretariat, followed by the endorsement of fora members

APEC Project Completion Report

Jun 2023

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



Risks

Risk

Mitigation Measures

Project budget or time slippage occurs

Monthly meetings between Project Overseer and Project Team with reporting on progress for achieving project milestones and deliverables. When project slips are identified, address with a plan of action to overcome the delay to ensure deadlines are met.

Inefficient online meeting

Ensure the quality of connection; encourage speakers to use more graphs for better understanding during the presentation

The proposed model fails to deal with unexpected situation beyond covid-19

Conduct failure analysis and scenario planning for the worst case

The Events hosting are too costly and at times unnecessary

In order to maintain the effectiveness and high quality of presentation and discussion, physical event will be a better option. Project overseer and Project Team will carefully review the budget and work with experienced contractors to reduce the unnecessary cost.


Monitoring and Evaluation

Several indicators are used to assess the project’s success, including:

1)  Supply chain improvement: save at least 10% the cost and time by applying digital transforming technologies in the industry.

2)  We will present the real data of the improvement by comparing the old method with the new one. Such data include those of cost and production efficiency.

3)  Delivery of 1 hybrid workshop and 1 online consultation event

4) Questionnaire surveys will be conducted after events to examine improvement of the participants’ STI capacity for digital transformation

5) Setting up 1 online platform for sharing supply chain transforming cases and knowledge

6) 1 Facebook group will be set up to ensure the sustainability and connectivity of this project

7) At least 5 speakers and 20 participants will attend the hybrid workshop

8) Benefits to women and girls: the events will guarantee that approximate 50% of the participants/speakers will be female.

9) Setting up one new start-up to adopt digital transforming technologies

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

1.   Hybrid workshop

1.   No. of speakers

5

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.   No. of participants

20

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.   % of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.   Online consultation event

4.   No. of experts engaged

5

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5.   No. of participants

20

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

6.   % of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3. Research Work

7.   No. pages

1-3

Certification by PO

Email to Secretariat

4. Policy Recommendation Report

8.   No. of pages

15-20

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

9.   Submission to the Secretariat

1 Apr 2022

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Outcomes

1.   Capacity buildup on improving supply chain efficiency

1.   Number of seed coaches

10

Tracking economies six months after event

Report to Working Group

2.   Participants knowledge of the enhanced supply chain

2.   % of participants report substantial knowledge increase

75%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

3.   developing APEC economies report substantial knowledge increase

25%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

4.   women report substantial knowledge increase

33%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

Others

Examples of applying digital manufacturing technology to overcome middle income trap

New start-ups

1

Company registration number and introduction(website)

Completion report


Linkages

This project focuses on improving supply chain performance via digital technology so that we will work closely with TELWG and SMEWG. As for the knowledge and capacity building program, we will also contact HRDWG to seek for the common interest. Considering this project will take medical device and equipment industry as an example, the collaboration with HWG will be enhanced accordingly.

Sustainability

1. A Facebook group will be set up as a connectivity platform to ensure sustainability. Data and information such as best practices, supply chain transformation knowledge and news will be uploaded and updated on a monthly basis. The member economies can share their best practices, opinions, and ask questions on this platform; moreover, dedicated professionals and experts from academia, research institutes and industries will share their suggestions and recommendations.

2. The project will outline policy recommendations aiming at developing a resilient supply chain ecosystem in the APEC Region. This will provide opportunities to reduce the risk of supply chain disruption during the emergency period and improve the cost and performance of the supply chain in the non-pandemic period.

3.  All relevant documents including hybrid workshop presentation files and the Policy Recommendation Report which introduces the ecosystem of supply chain will be uploaded to the APEC website for free access. The Policy Recommendation report will be disseminated within the APEC economies to encourage the buildup of an enhanced and resilient supply chain system through digital transforming technologies. The hybrid workshop participants are requested to deliver the Policy Recommendation report to their local stakeholders. The PPSTI Representatives are also encouraged to translate the Policy Recommendation  report into their own language. The manufacturing communities in the APEC region will benefit from this supply chain ecosystem shared by Chinese Taipei.

4. The outcomes of this project can also be shared by another working group to ensure sustainability. In addition, this project will lead to the increased utilization of digital transforming technologies. APEC Economies will benefit from the introduction of the enhanced supply chain architecture and furthermore achieve the goal of helping SMEs escape from the middle-income-trap.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseers is Dr. Bo-Wei Chen, the Business Manager of Laser and Additive Manufacturing Technology Center, ITRI, Chinese Taipei. Dr. Chen has worked as a project manager and sales head in the manufacturing and high-tech industry for 20 years, including Acer group, Bothhand Enterprise, KARMA medical, and Univacco Technology. His research domain includes Corporate Governance, Entrepreneurial Management, and Strategic Management.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

1)     Event Logistic Provider

No.

Actions

No. of Hours

Comments - Secretariat

1.

Search for the event venue and negotiate prices for each assigned event

144

1.  There is overlap of tasks between no. 1 and 2.  These should be combined.

2.  216 hours (144 + 72) are deemed excessive to finalise venue location and logistics, regardless of how many people are taking on these tasks.

Reduced to 7 to 10 working days (or 56 to 80 hours)

2.

Follow-up about event details and needs of each event, provides all on- site requirements and coordinates all pre-event requests

72

See comments in (1) above.

3.

Inviting speakers and discussing term and expected output from speakers

72

This task overlaps with task no. 5, which you allocated 296 hours. 

4.

Collect the speaker’s CV and presentation files

36

5.

Working with project team in drafting, revising and communicate with speakers to finalizing the event related documents, including promotion materials, news release.

296

Hours allocated seem excessive.  The tasks overlap with some of task no. 3 for the Research Consultant. 

Hours reduced to half (148 hours).

6.

Inviting media and prepare QA for interview

72

Task no. 6 should be combined with task no. 8.  There are overlaps.  The combined work hours should be 7 to 10 working days (or 56 to 80 hours)

7.

Set up the place

12

8.

Media hosting (making invitation, reception, interview arrangement, news monitoring and write a report of media exposure)

72

See comments in item (6) above.

9.

Distribute and collect ex-ante and ex-post evaluation

36

72

The hours allocated are excessive for distribution and collection tasks. 

Hours reduced to half (36 hours)

10.

Taking notes during the workshop

12

11.

Managing and overseeing events on the day of the Hybrid Workshop, including problem-solving, welcoming guests, directing event set-up, communicating with staff, and organizing vendors

12

Total

560

872

560 hours would be reasonable

560 hours x $28/hour = $15,680

 

2)     Research Consultant

No.

Actions

No. of Hours

Comments - Secretariat

1.

Working with speakers and project team in drafting, revising and finalizing the reports

140

2.

Conducting a desk research to gain better understanding and knowledge about the supply chain evolvement, policy and rebuild situation to develop the Research Work of this project, provide suggestions and insights, analysis and find the root causes of the cases in the online consultation event.

160

3.

Working with speakers, case owners and project team in drafting, revising and verifying contents of workshops including elaboration of each agenda session and make sure speaker’s materials are in line with the topic

65

130

Hours allocated seem excessive.  The tasks overlap with some of the tasks in no. 5 for Event Logistics Providers.

Hours reduced to half.

4.

 Design the questionnaire, analyzing and synthesizing primary and secondary data during and at the end of the project, including but not limited to number of participants, including female participation, ex- ante and ex-post surveys

70

5.

Providing editing service to all the outputs of this project.

60

This task overlaps with task no. 1.

6

Aswer questions and provide insights on the connectivity platform.

40

Total

475

600

475 hours would be reasonable

475 x $40/hour = $19,000


Waivers

Not Applicable.

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