In his tenth year serving on the Executive Board of the Schools Interoperability Framework Association (SIFA), Michael Jay was elected to his second term as co-chair of that board. Michael states that "while SIFA has shown tremendous growth and adoption over the past decade, the organization continues to face challenges in bringing those with instructionally related offerings to the table. SIF offers considerable opportunity for those companies with curriculum tools and products to break through the barrier of integrating with administrative systems and completing the feedback loop required to address student learning and systemic change in our schools." With the advent of the new administration and a new, fresh look at educational reform, Educational Systemics expects that there will be increased incentive for those that serve pK-12 and beyond to work in an interoperable fashion, both electronically and procedurally. Educational Systemics will continue to provide leadership in this area through engagement with SIFA and other organizations. For more details, visit SIFA.