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Convert Gregorian Date to timestamp in Oracle

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I am trying to convert a Gregorian date format to regular timestamp in Oracle SQL. Also, I need that time to account for Daylight savings time. Here is syntax I used but using NEW_TIME cuts the milleseconds from the timestamp. How can I account for millesonds and still do the DST. Please assist. Thank you

Actual Column (Assign Time) : 2015-05-27T17:07:12.065Z
Expected Result: 5/27/2015 12:07:12.065000000 PM
Received outcome using New_time: 5/27/2015 12:07:12 PM

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