Taking into account any revisions adopted at CoP19, the Standing Committee shall consider whether the following topics are gaps to be addressed in the content of Resolution Conf. 11.3 (Rev. CoP19) on Compliance and enforcement: a) the role of professional bodies and whether they should be held to higher standards with regard to violations/compliance; b) whether to consider additional guidance in the Resolution relating to compliance and enforcement issues unique to trade in CITES-listed marine species, including issues pertaining to introduction from the sea; c) whether to consider adding guidance in the Resolution relating to stockpile management; d) whether to consider adding guidance in the Resolution relating to the One Health approach – a collaborative and transdisciplinary approach to achieving optimal health outcomes for people, animals, plants, and their shared environment; e) whether to consider adding guidance in the Resolution relating to possible outcomes from currently ongoing discussions in Standing Committee working group on electronic systems and information technologies; and f) whether to update timeframes for providing information in response to requests for information from the Secretariat on a potential compliance matter. The Standing Committee may also identify additional gaps to be addressed in the content of Resolution Conf. 11.3 (Rev. CoP19). In undertaking its review, the Standing Committee shall make efforts not to duplicate other relevant ongoing work and may refer any of the identified topics to be considered under other relevant work of the Standing Committee as appropriate. Based on its review, the Standing Committee shall make recommendations as appropriate to revise Resolution Conf. 11.3 (Rev. CoP19) to address gaps identified for consideration at the 20th meeting of the Conference of the Parties.