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This document outlines the principal elements of XYZ’s Disclosure Controls and Procedures, and is organized into four sections. The first section describes the purpose of the Company’s Disclosure Controls and Procedures, including a description of the requirements compelling formal development and implementation of these controls and procedures. The second section contains an outline of the processes utilized by the Company to ensure that the information that it may need to disclose is provided to the principal executive and financial officers of the Company in a timely manner. The third section sets forth the controls and procedures for the review and recording of financial information. The final section describes the process for the evaluation and monitoring of the Company’s Disclosure Controls and Procedures.

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