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Series Finale: Nominees for the World Records of I-O Funded Research! Recognition. Acknowledgement. Inspiration. As we conclude the seven-issue Yes You Can series, we could think of no better way to summarize the last 2 years of research funding strategies, success stories, and perspectives than to solicit nominations for the “World Records of I-O Funded Research!” Across the SIOP Facebook page, SIOP. org, and word of mouth, more than 80 nominations rolled in, reflecting fun and significant I-O achievements in seven categories of funded research activities. We invite you to find inspiration in these World Record “exemplars,” and catch our concluding remarks below! I-Os and Funded Research Kristen Shockley Baruch College, CUNY Ashley Walvoord Verizon Wireless Category 1: I-O “Projects With Big Impact” “World Records” Exemplars: • Drasgow Consulting Group. In 2004, Drasgow Consulting Group, including Fritz Drasgow, Steve Stark, Sasha Cher- nyshenko, and recent addition Chris Nye, received a small business innovation (SBIR) contract from the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI) to build a computerized adaptive personality as- sessment system called TAPAS. The Army conducted field research with nonadaptive measures on Army job incum- bents and the measure was found to predict counter- productive work behavior and organizational citizenship aspects of performance. In 2009, the Army approved the use of a computer adaptive version in military entrance processing stations and the measure has been used since for large scale operational personnel screening. To date, approximately 800,000 military service applicants have been tested with specific tests and customized scoring for the Army, Air Force, Navy Aerospace Medical Institute, as well as specific versions for some Army military occu- pational specialties. Following on the successes of this project, ARI commissioned a National Research Council study in 2012 to see what could be done beyond current testing approaches, such as ASVAB (the aptitude battery The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist 19