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  1. Greg Witte

    How far is up?

    Yesterday, I watched with interest as several senators asked about the success criteria for the Framework. Some were a little more snarkey than others, but it's a valid question. U.S. academic, industrial, and governmental orgs have invested millions of dollars - how do we calculate the return on that investment? It seems like it needs to go beyond the talking phase - one could simply declare that they've selected a Tier to shoot for and say they're using the Framework. To run through the full cycle, while it could be done in days, is more likely to take several years. Certainly we wouldn't measure only those who have completed all the steps in a comprehensive way. So, how will we know if/when the Framework has achieved its goals? Greg
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