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Reconciliation Research and Technology (RRT)

WHY: Purposes—
1) Articulate reconciliation and the reconciling process;
2) Expand the knowledge base of reconciliation;
3) Develop technologies applicable in reconciling;
4) Provide access to timely and accurate information;
5) Institute structures to ensure perpetuation.

HOW: Plans—
1) Study existing reconciliation materials and processes;
2) Undertake both theoretical and applied research;
3) Format reconciliation information with probability analyses;
4) Program the reconciling process into current technologies;
5) Complete legal arrangements for organizational entities.

WHAT: Procedures—
1) Create a preliminary study/organizational Task Force (TF);
2) Produce “Reconciliation PROBE” as website and blog (RP);
3) Institute “Reconciliation Research Forum” (RRF);
4) Use existing and create specialized search engines (RSE);
5) Assemble a consortium (EC) of related efforts/organizations.

WHERE: Process—
1) Initiated by interested volunteers and professionals (TF);
2) Organized into a format and placed on line by a provider;
3) Located on the website – “Reconciliation PROBE” (RP);
4) Provided within a “Reconciliation Search Engine” (RSE);
5) Incorporated under “Reconciliation Research Forum” (RRF).

WHEN: Pattern –
1) Idea conceived 1967, “Reconciliation Science and Technology” (RST); studied since 1984; TF begun in 2006;
2) Process instituted, “Reconciliation PROBE (Probability Research for Outcome Based Evaluation)” 2006 - 2007;
3) Organizational structure, “Reconciliation Research Forum” (RRF) initiated by 2008;
4) Methodologies expanded - “Reconciliation Search Engine” (RSE) – for international usage by 2009;
5) Institutional expressions: RRF, RP, RSE, EC, RST and the Task Force (TF); incorporate RRT by 2010.


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       © 2006 -- Harold C. Doster, Ph.D.