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VSE Corp (NASDAQ:VSEC)
Q2 2020 Earnings Call
Jul 30, 2020, 3:00 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Greetings and welcome to the VSE Corporation Second Quarter 2020 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions]

I would now like to turn the conference over to your host, Noel Ryan, Head of Investor Relations. Thank you. You may begin.

Noel Ryan -- Head of Investor Relations

Thank you. Welcome to VSE Corporation Second Quarter 2020 results conference call. Leading the call today are President and CEO, John Cuomo and Chief Financial Officer, Tom office the presentation we are sharing today is on our website and we encourage you to follow along accordingly. Today's discussion contains forward-looking statements about future business and financial expectations. Actual results may differ significantly from those projected in today's forward-looking statements due to various risks and uncertainties, including the risks described in our periodic reports filed with the SEC. Except as required by law, we undertake no obligation to update our forward-looking statements. We are using non-GAAP financial measures in our presentation. The appropriate GAAP financial reconciliations are incorporated into our presentation where available, which is posted on our website. All percentages in today's discussion refer to year-over-year progress, except as noted. At the conclusion of our prepared remarks, we will open the line for questions.

With that, I would like to turn the call over to John Cuomo for his prepared remarks.

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Thank you Noel. Welcome everyone and thank you for taking the time to join our call today. We are now halfway through the year that will long be known as one of great challenge and resilience. During a period of uncertain macroeconomic conditions and more specifically, one in which commercial air traffic fell to historic lows. Our team quickly adapted to rapidly evolving market dynamics with a series of targeted divestitures, cost reductions and new business development initiatives. Despite the market conditions, VSE delivered $0.60 of adjusted EPS and strong free cash flow of $14.9 million continuing to pay both our quarterly dividend and reduce debt within the quarter. Our VSE results first culture led to our second quarter not only being about responding to the market during a global pandemic, but one where we exceeded our internal forecast, sees new business opportunities and continue to execute on our focused strategy. As expected, our second quarter results were impacted by the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly within our Aviation segment, which reported a 31% year-over-year decline in revenue excluding the impact of the prime turbines divestiture. This decline in commercial aviation activity was partially offset by comparatively stable demand from our government customers who on a combined basis represented about 75% of total revenue in the second quarter. Turning now to slide three of the conference call presentation. Before we move into a detailed review of our second quarter results, I'd like to begin with an update on our corporate strategy and specifically the actions taken to execute on this strategy since our last quarterly update. New business development remains the top priority across all of our operating segments.

During the first half of 2020, our Federal and Defense Services Group reported $116 million in new awards, up from $32 million in the first half of 2019. This was driven by successful expansion of our suite of capability offerings to both new and existing customers. During the first half of 2020, we increased our contract bidding activity by 30% when compared to the first half of 2019 consistent with management focus on building a growing pipeline of government contracts. Within our fleet segment, we reported a 67% year-over-year increase in commercial sales during the second quarter, driven by strong growth in our e-commerce business and new fleet commercial customer additions. Although, our Aviation segment has been impacted by a decline in air travel, we've continued to take share through new business wins, positioning us to perform better than our industry peers despite near term softness in demand. As we look to the second half of 2020, we are already seeing results from our business development efforts as evidenced by the recently announced distribution agreement with Honeywell. We have already engaged in supporting our business in general aviation customers with products from that distribution agreement in the month of July. Together with new business development, we also remain focused on rightsizing our business and cost structure with the current demand environment. As disclosed last quarter, we expect to remove approximately $13 million in annualized costs mainly within the Aviation segment by the end of the third quarter 2020.

We expect to realize approximately $6 million in cost benefit reduction in the back half of 2020 from these actions. Further, during the second quarter, we progressed with our plan to integrate our Aviation business units and reduce our go-to-market entities from seven to two including market leading business units that serve both distribution and MRO services. As part of this program, we consolidated work into centers of excellence and closed or in the process of exiting three facilities. Consistent with our strategic focus on higher margin business with greater barriers to entry, we continue to rightsize our asset portfolio while divesting of non-core assets. During the second quarter, we completed the sale of assets related to CT Aerospace, a provider of engine acquisition and leasing, spare and insurable part inventories. Importantly, we sold these assets for the full book value. Looking ahead Aviations go-to-market strategy will concentrate on higher growth component and engine accessory MRO and parts distribution to support the Commercial and Business and General Aviation markets. Finally, we remain highly focused on maintaining balance sheet discipline while continuing to pay our quarterly dividend and preserve capital to help fund high return growth opportunities. Given the low capital intensity of our business, we consistently achieve high free cash flow conversion. During the second quarter, we generated $14.9 million in free cash flow up from a negative $2.7 million in a prior year.

This year-over-year growth in free cash flow generation resulted more than $13 million in debt reduction during the quarter brining our net debt to the lowest level in nearly two years. Moving to slide four, VSE reported total revenue of $168.7 million down 10.8% year-over-year. Revenue from core commercial customers is down 32% year-over-year to $40.2 million, primarily due to the softness in our Aviation segment. Revenue from our Federal and Defence customers was relatively flat down 1% year-over-year to $128.6 million for the quarter. We ended the quarter with total adjusted net income of $6.6 million or $0.60 for adjusted diluted share and with total adjusted EBITDA of $17.2 million down 27.1% year-over-year. For the business as a whole, commercial customer revenue is recovering at a healthy rate versus June level. We currently anticipate sequential quarter-over-quarter growth in the aviation segment revenue and earnings during the third quarter of 2020 as compared to the second quarter. We continue to make strong progress with respect to new business development wins across each of our reporting segments, positioning us to leverage share again as an offset to what we expect will be gradual multiyear recovery in the Aviation after market. I am pleased with our second quarter results, particularly given the macroeconomic challenges facing the Aviation industry. While we have significant work ahead of us, we have repositioned the company as a linear and more scalable business than it was 12 months ago, positioning us to win in higher margin markets over the long term, we expect to be both profitable and free cash flow positive for the full year 2020.

With that, I turn the call over to our CFO, Thomas Loftus to discuss our second quarter financial performance in more detail.

Tom Loftus -- Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Thanks John. Turning to slide five, our second quarter revenue of $168.7 million decreased 10.8% year-over-year primarily driven by decreases in our Aviation and Federal and Defense Segments. For the trailing 12 months, our revenue was up $30.7 million or 4.3%. As illustrated on slide six and seven, our total adjusted EBITDA was $17.2 million, down 27% year-over-year in Q2 and our trailing 12 months adjusted EBITDA was approximately $88 million, up 5% year-over-year. In the face of global pandemic, our Aviation segment was adversely impacted by lower revenue passenger miles which resulted in lower demand for aftermarket parts supply as well as MRO support. Additionally, revenue from our Federal and Defense segment decreased due to the completion of a contract with the Department of Defense in January 2020. Our fleet segment benefited from $19.5 million of revenue from a non-recurrent order for COVID related PPE supplies from a government customer. Despite the challenges we've experienced this quarter, we expect to be both adjusted net income and free cash flow positive for the full year 2020. Now, I will discuss each of the three operating segments starting with slide eight, excluding the sale of Prime Turbines, Aviation segment revenue declined 31% year-over-year to $32.2 million in the second quarter. Our operating income decreased approximately $39.6 million for the second quarter of 2020 compared to the same period of the prior year. The primary components of the decrease were $33.7 million of non-cash impairment charges of $678,000 loss on the sale of CT Aerospace assets and a decline in revenue and profits precipitated by the pandemic, adjusted EBITDA decreased to $1.2 million in the second quarter of 2020.

Turning to slide nine, revenue from our fleet segment increased 32.4% year-over-year to $71.2 million in the second quarter, while operating income decreased approximately 8% year-over-year to $7 million. This segment continues to successfully execute on its customer diversification strategy with commercial revenue growing $3.4 million or 67% in the second quarter on a year-over-year basis. Fleet segment adjusted EBITDA decreased $7.7 million year-over-year in the second quarter to $9.6 million. Revenues of $19.5 million from a non-recurring PPE order from a government customer had an adverse impact on margin. Excluding the one-time order, adjusted EBITDA margin was 18.6 for the quarter. On slide 10, Federal and Defense segment revenue declined 18.7 year-over-year to $65.3 million in Q2 2020. But, operating income increased 33% year-over-year to $6.8 million. Adjusted EBITDA for this segment increased 29% year-over-year in the second quarter to $7.5 million. In the second quarter, total Federal and Defense segment bookings decreased 37.5% year-over-year to $45 million, while total funded backlog of declined 36.4 year-over-year to $171 million. The decline in funded backlog was attributable to the expiration of a large army contract in January and delays in new business awards. The company continues to focus on revitalizing this business with an emphasis on growing backlog and developing the channel of new customer activity in the current year.

The third quarter is off to a strong start with the recent announcement of $42 million in new bookings so far in July. Turning to slide 11, as of June 30, 2020, we had $184 million in cash and unused commitment available under our $350 million revolving credit facility that matures in January 2023. Our existing credit facility includes $100 million accordion provision. We ended the quarter with total net debt outstanding of 260 and $88 million trailing 12 months adjusted EBITDA. As John highlighted earlier, despite the current economic environment, we remain highly focused on liquidity conservation and debt reduction for 2020. Lastly, on June 29th, we successfully amended our existing loan agreement with our bank group. Under the terms of the amended loan agreement, the amendment provides financial covenant flexibility, which will allow us to successfully operate through the current economic environment. Importantly, these amendments were not required. We made the decision to amend the agreement to ensure a healthy cushion and conservative approach to debt during these uncertain times.

With that, I'll turn it back over to John.

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Thank you, Tom. In closing, I'd like to thank our investors and employees for their ongoing support of VSE. During periods of great uncertainty, strong businesses find a way to capitalize on market inefficiencies, while creating new opportunities for profitable growth. Against the market adversities, I am proud of what the VSE teams accomplished during the first half of this year. We are well-positioned to manage through challenging times with our balanced customer, product, and service portfolio, solid vision for a long-term growth and a strong balance sheet. We are confident in our ability to emerge from the current crisis even stronger, more profitable, and better positioned in our markets.

Operator, we are now ready for the question and answer portion of our call.

Questions and Answers:

Operator

[Operator Instructions]. Our first question comes from the line of Michael Ciarmoli with SunTrust. Please go with your question.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Hey, good morning guys, nice results here given the current operating environment. John, just on Aviation maybe can you give us an update on what the trends sort of looked like it seems like across the industry April might have been benefited a little bit from a backlog of repair work. What did you see into May and June, and do you think that sort of weekends before it gets better just given the reduced flying hours and utilization of the Fleet?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Thanks, Mike. Let me break it out by MRO and distribution. So if we look at MRO, we definitely benefited from some backlog in our MRO businesses in April. So, we had a definitely a little bit of a benefit upfront there. So if I break that up a little further, if you look at business in general aviation, our MRO position is there, May and early June really represented a bottom for us, although we're really far from pre-COVID revenue levels, the end of June in July recovery trends appear to be holding. For the commercial MRO, just as we had more backlog in April to start the decline, we do see that recovery coming a little slower, but we were looking at kind of the bottom there being June, July, and we're starting to see inputs increase toward the end of July, which will bode for a stronger recovery in month of August. From our distribution business, we have a really short book to ship, so virtually all the revenues somewhat organic in that quarter. So for that business, there was no benefit of drill backlog in April and we are seeing consistent improvement in the month of June and July in that business as well.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Got it and then even on there from like if I were to look at an inventory standpoint, inventory for you guys up sequentially on the distribution side, I guess specifically what are you seeing in sort of, I guess the product velocity out there in the marketplace. Do you think there is going to be a lot of destocking that happens for some of your customers across the commercial biz jet, general aviation, do you think it's going to be a little bit harder to move that inventory and convert it to cash?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

A couple of things, first when it comes to the inventory we have on hand, we did do a significant about rescheduling in the quarter, pushing as much work out into 2021 beyond as possible, obviously there is some web with the manufacturers that we have some commitments, so we did receive it, the significant amount of inventory in the quarter based on trends that were trending much higher in Q1. The good thing here in this business is that most of our inventory really very heavily OEM proprietary part-centric and it's products that customers traditionally stock heavily. So what that means is, they are not sitting on a lot of inventory regardless of the trend and we should recover faster and have much less of the destocking risk than many of our competitors or other suppliers out there.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Got it. And then just some shifting quickly to Federal, you guys talked about the new bookings, the new wins here in July and it's sounded like you're getting out there more into the marketplace. I think the number you threw out your bidding activity was up 30%, focusing on our pipeline, what else aside from maybe blanketing the market with more bidding activity, what else is kind of helping you win this business, can you talk maybe about your value proposition or what else is attracting customers do you guys?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Yeah. So it's a business that as the former leadership really focused on creating this three segment aftermarket business, it's a business that suffered a little bit with the lack of investment. So when we look at kind of the phase strategy over the next three years, Phase one was revitalizing the team we have such tremendous core competencies in technical, engineering, maintenance, repair and overhaul and other type of capabilities inside the team and making sure that we were getting those capabilities out in the marketplace. So, candidly, the first phase of it was all about just taking that these operations work and the sustainment work and make sure we're bidding more to win more. The second phase of it is now extending those value propositions. Specifically, you'll see us focus over the next six to nine months on the supply chain capability and doing a much deeper dive we restructure that team in the quarter brought on a new leader in that team and you will see us that will be a core focus of ours. On the maintenance and sustainment programs, we were traditionally more on kind of the army and the naval vessel type work and we launched greater initiative to focus on that aircraft sustainment work for Air Force that even for the other armed forces that are flying aircraft, and we just, we had one win earlier in the year and that Naval program went live officially in the month of July in Jacksonville.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Got it. Perfect. And then, I know you're not going to give last one, I know you're not going to give guidance, you did talk kind of directionally about some of the trend improving as you're exiting the year. And anything else you can give us from a revenue standpoint, obviously I'm assuming fleet is going to have the fall off of the one-time order, but any other color maybe you could provide on 3Q or 4Q from a growth or even profitability perspective?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

I mean what we've consistently said is that if you breakout the segments, the Federal Group this was kind of a shrink to grow and kind of a build keep the core and revitalize that business this year. So that business is actually performing to our internal plan and they continue to achieve our internal plan and we expect that to continue throughout the back half of the year. From a fleet perspective, we had a strong quarter in terms of commercial demand as we focus on diversifying that customer base, but that quarter was really strong with our e-commerce customers and a little bit less strong with our just-in-time customers, so we didn't have the ability to get in front of customers and to focus on that growth. We are seeing a better performance in that commercial side of the business, the non-e-commerce side as a start to the third quarter and then from an aviation perspective, I think we're breaking this out by one quarter at a time right now and we are comfortable to say that you will see sequential quarter-over-quarter both revenue and earnings growth Q3 over Q2, which I think I'm not sure if everybody else is saying that in the market at this point, but we feel comfortable with that guidance.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Got it. That's helpful. I'll jump back in the queue, guys, thanks.

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Okay. Thanks, Mike.

Operator

Our next question comes from the line of Josh Sullivan with Benchmark. Please go with your question.

Josh Sullivan -- Benchmark -- Analyst

Hey, good morning, John. Nice quarter here. Just looking at the Aviation segment, can you talk about the competitive environment, are you seeing competitors struggling you picking up market share from them at this point?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Yeah, I mean if I kind of break out the Aviation segment into distribution and MRO, I think that from a distribution perspective, we are seeing more opportunities, we're seeing some of our competitors who play in the distribution market, but are on pure play aftermarket distribution businesses focusing on their core whether that be an OEM or other type of core business and that's creating some opportunities for us. We're also seeing new business opportunities, where some of the traditional aftermarket players are in the financial position to invest organically in their businesses. So from a market share perspective, that's where we see the Aviation distribution business right now. From the MRO perspective, the market was it's going to be a little slower to recover there on the commercial side. Where we see the biggest opportunity is on, is there still a segment of really fragmented smaller MRO short and there is a little bit of care support that will extend through the end of September to support some of those businesses, but we are seeing decrease in technical talent at some of those businesses, which is creating some opportunity for us as well as that rotable parts trading business that exists in those businesses, again a little bit of a change in investment strategy, which has created some opportunity for us as well. And then just on the fleet segment, some year-over-year growth there, it sounds like it was on the commercial side sounds like it was really driven by the e-commerce offering any particular product trends within that that's driving that growth or just what is driving e-commerce uptick here? No, it's really just solid execution by the fleet team on the internal strategy of. We're not going down that brick-and-mortar route our play in the commercial space there will be predominantly around that e-commerce and what we call e-commerce fulfillment strategy as well as that just in time strategy, so we saw a stronger focus on e-commerce in the quarter, we believe predominantly because people weren't physically getting out and we do think there is a little bit of benefit from how COVID is going to help shift consumers thoughts around e-commerce and we benefited from that.

Josh Sullivan -- Benchmark -- Analyst

And then just on the post office, some of the funding mechanics that are going on there. How are you feeling about that right now in this new leadership, new funding I mean, does that change your outlook at all for how you're exposed there?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

We're happy to see the funding that's coming through as expected. I mean, we're seeing more of a commercial approach right from the onset with the new leader. We're seeing slightly lower demand of maintenance activity is costs are controlled and cost pressures controlled, the benefit that we see is that our relationship with the USPS is very commercial in nature. It's a full just-in-time program, we manage about 70% of part content on the 231,000 vehicles that are in the supply chain and effectively, it's on a consignment program where the USPS doesn't have any on hand inventory. So, we believe that we're ahead of the curve where the new Postmaster General wants to take that program into more of a commercial business and we do see some potential opportunities for expansion in other type of partnership opportunities with the Postal Service as he moves forward with that transformation.

Josh Sullivan -- Benchmark -- Analyst

And then just one last one on Aviation with your exposure to pipeline replacement parts and as we think about how airlines are thinking about ABC and D checks any noticable trends you can comment on that right now?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

I think that a couple of things. I think where we kind of we're not large in our markets yet today, we have strong positions from a market perspective, but not from a market share perspective. So we try to break down kind of what we see in terms of demand and then how it actually relates to our business. We think our businesses are down 60% plus and we're outperforming those because of share of wallet expansion and our existing customers. What I mentioned a little bit earlier on the part sales industry and that we're a little better capitalized to support that part of the business rather than the smaller more fragmented players out there. We do see ourselves very well positioned and kind of the same logic applies to the MRO side where we feel like our scale and the financial strength to support the business through COVID, where some of the smaller competitors do not is really going to position us best to come out of this faster. We're still we're very aggressively focusing on that capability expansion. So the way that we're building our business model is assume that there is a plateau at some point in this "recovery" that we've seen through the bottom and how do we still grow in that plateau. And that has to come with share of wallet expansion and capability and product expansion. So it's kind of the way that we're approaching the strategy.

Josh Sullivan -- Benchmark -- Analyst

Got it. Nice quarter. And again, thank you for the time.

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Thanks, Josh.

Operator

Our next question comes from the line of Michael Ciarmoli with SunTrust. Please see with your question.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Thanks for us taking the follow-up guys. John, can you disclose what percentage of the Postal Service was in the quarter?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

I don't know if you have that handy. We don't traditionally disclose the specific customer in the Q, you'll see kind of the federal break down and that's kind of part of the federal space, but they continue to be our largest customer.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Got it and then you had that nice distribution announcement with Honeywell and I know you VSE has had a pretty long lengthy relationship there. It sounds like this is a two-year exclusive. Can you just give a little bit more color on that, win this competitively or there any upfront inventory requirements and then sort of what can we expect from a revenue standpoint, I know it seems like a portion of those offerings are a little bit more discretionary in nature and maybe tied to and connectivity, which I'm not really sure if there going to be a lot of spending there but maybe just a little more color on that deal?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Sure. I mean, first the relationship with Honeywell, when I came into VSE about a year ago is really strong. I've had Honeywell's was the large customer mine in my past life as well. I had strong relationships with them back till 2008. So, very happy to continue the partnership. This wasn't a competitive offering. It was a relationship that we expanded with this specific contract. The deal is worth about $20 million over the term. We've already seen near term immediate revenue in the month of July. Although, it's discretionary. It's on platforms in the business, general aviation market where upgrades are planned for 2020 and 2021, so it won't be a flat line revenue over the period would you see it scaling up, but we're already kind of exceeding our internal forecast for the month of July as we kick this off and from an inventory perspective, it will scale in probably in three or four purchases over the term.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Okay. Last one, and this is probably maybe it pertains to a little bit more to your commercial MRO. But, as we think about the wave of retirements that are coming here what's likely going to be a pretty big increase in used and service more material. How are you guys thinking about that obviously you don't traffic much in the parts trading, but is there opportunity to participate from an accessory repair standpoint if products coming off old planes, if there is USM out there from certain of your customers, I mean it's just trying to think about this is it more of a risk is it an opportunity or is it just really a net neutral for you guys?

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Yeah, I mean it's probably net neutral for us. I mean you're less than 5% of our parks are probably there is some USM application out there in from a competitive perspective. But I mean that's me even rounding up, it's such a small portion of where we would see an impact in the business. From an MRO perspective, we do see consistent opportunities out there even from some of the routable pools, where the 8130 tag need to be kind of refreshed in our team's ability to do that through our [Indecipherable] is certified shop. So we see some opportunities, but I would say on par, it's probably net neutral.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Okay, thanks guys.

Tom Loftus -- Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Hey, Mike, just follow-up on your question on USPS. We disclosed in the 10-K USPS is about 22% of the consolidated revenue for 2019 and it's if you exclude that one-time order it's consistent with that number for last year.

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Okay, perfect. Thank you.

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Thanks, Mike.

Operator

Ladies and gentlemen, we have reached end of question and answer session. I would like to turn the call back over to Mr. John Cuomo for the Closing remarks.

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Great, thank you. Thanks everybody for your time and interest today, we appreciate the support of VSE, stay safe and we look forward to connecting with you on our next quarterly call. Have a great day.

Operator

[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 33 minutes

Call participants:

Noel Ryan -- Head of Investor Relations

John Cuomo -- Chief Executive Officer and President of VSE Corporation, Interim President of VSE Aviation, Inc.

Tom Loftus -- Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Michael Ciarmoli -- SunTrust -- Analyst

Josh Sullivan -- Benchmark -- Analyst

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