All Center publications undergo a rigorous peer review process to verify the accuracy of findings and to gauge their relevance and utility to intended audiences. Each publication is reviewed by three or more Center researchers and/or outside policy or content experts. The Center also extends a courtesy review to funders of its publications upon request. All reviews are considered advisory and not binding. The final responsibility for the content of Center publications resides with the author(s). The Center in general, and the primary author in particular, maintain the right to incorporate reviewer recommendations as they see fit. The primary directive of the Center is to maintain independence and objectivity in all publications, consistent with the Center mission and University policy and regulations.