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A Statement of Task Conduct a workshop that will â¢ Focus on the business models used to stand-up and operate, on a long-term basis, the 8 DoD institutes; â¢ Evaluate âlessons-learnedâ in developing and implementing the publicâprivate partnerships adopted in those institutes and what changes may be needed; â¢ Evaluate the potential values and costs that would accrue to DoD from further long-term engagement with the institutes under various scenarios and funding structures; â¢ Receive input regarding similar publicâprivate partnerships developed in other countries; and â¢ Identify topics to be addressed in a follow-on Phase II study. The output of this suggested fast track project will be: 1. A workshop proceedings prepared by a designated rapporteur; and 2. A short report that: â¢ Drawing from those proceedings, provides the report committeeâs findings and options for DoD to consider in developing its long-term role with existing and potential future institutes, and â¢ Recommends topics to be included in a follow-on Phase II study. PREPUBLICATION COPY â SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION A-1