Critically Evaluative Research Proposed, in-progress, or completed research will be considered “critically evaluative” if, in the sole discretion of the DAROC, the primary purpose or a reasonable consequence of the research will be evaluation of how effective a Partner Agency or a specific program of a Partner Agency is, rather than evaluation of the overall well-being of children or effectiveness of intervention strategies and approaches more broadly. • If a submitted data request is deemed “Critically Evaluative,” the research proposal will be submitted to DAROC for consideration and will be distributed to all members of the Data Depositors Council no later than one (1) week in advance of the DAROC meeting at which the proposal is reviewed. This research proposal information will contain the name of the project, the names and affiliations of the investigators, and the project abstract. • DAROC will notify the primary contact at a Subject Agency, as identified in the datasharing agreement, upon the earliest indication, during request, research review or publication, of the specific research effort identified as critically evaluative. A Subject Agency has a right to review and respond to the critically evaluative research prior to publication.