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Following the publications of the core ITIL v3 books just over a year ago a few amendments have been identified and they can be found by clicking on the appropriate book name below:
(All links below are from .com)
If you have any other amendments that you feel need to be made to the ITIL Core or supporting publications, then you can provide them by clicking on the following link:
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