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2021: A Year in Review

As 2021 winds down, I wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on the Policy Simulation Library’s efforts over the past year. With an amazing community of contributors, supporters, and users, PSL has been able to make a real impact in 2021....
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Published on December 31, 2021 by Jason DeBacker

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The Policy Simulation Library (PSL) is a collection of models and other software for public-policy decisionmaking. PSL is developed by independent projects that meet standards for transparency and accessibility. The PSL community encourages collaborative contribution and makes the tools it develops accessible to a diverse group of users.

The PSL's online home for users is https://www.pslmodels.org.

If you would like to learn more about PSL plans, see our roadmap.

If you would like to make a technical contribution to PSL, please review the contributor guide.

You can reach PSL developers and users to discuss how to get started by opening an issue or joining the PSL Community chat room.

PSL is governed by a leadership council of project representatives. 

The PSL community is respectful, warm, and open to everyone.

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