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NOAA's Subseasonal Experiment
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    The panel recommends that SubX be continued for an additional period of development, assessment and experimentation that also informs ongoing operations. The future work should further strengthen the linkages between operational and research modeling centers, advance development of methods to optimize information extraction from the multi-model output, support exploring more efficient pathways to model enhancements (indirectly supporting other major modeling initiatives), as well as document and analyze use cases to ensure NOAA is meeting the needs of the fullest set of stakeholders. During the continuation period, the governing body should develop and scrutinize approaches for optimizing the operational component for maximum decision-support impact, as well as help forge the underlying research and research-to-operations components to identify optimum pathways for improvements. The panel also recommends that the program be moved out from the Climate Testbed (CTB), and a governing body be established under a multi-agency program office such as the National Earth System Prediction Capability (National ESPC) or the Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology (OFCM). Realignment could facilitate better linkages to other proven programs that have delivered benefits from research to operations.
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