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The annual budget includes:
Office supplies and postage $ 2,800  %
Outsourced staffing $15,350  %
Travel and conference fees $ 3,660  %
Maintenance contracts $ 1,990  %

Determine the percentage of the total cost budgeted for each expense (compute to the second decimal).

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