at least at the process level, than is apparent in some of the other agencies described here.

• In general, the committee finds that STAR processes compare favorably with those of its peer agencies, particularly given the relative youth of STAR. In addition, the STAR program’s relevancy review process is more rigorous than that of other agencies.

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