In its first year (2021), the project focused on the identification and assessment of policy reform priorities, organising a series of quarterly WG meetings culminating in a joint virtual plenary session held on 8-DEC-2021, in which project participants shared their assessment of priority areas for reform and discussed some initial policy reform ideas for all the WGs. The work of the first year was captured in the project’s first annual yearbook report .
In calendar year 2022, the TRACK-STAR Working Groups have focussed on the elaboration of policy reform ideas in these priority areas. Additionally, they have attempted to find the right mechanisms to proactively work with key stakeholders within and outside of the project. Moreover, in 2022, the project has run in parallel with the formative period of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council (TTC), and the project has benefited from this concurrent activity by contributing to the TTC with both attendance and submission of materials in several TTC WGs, which are highlighted in the Yearbook.
This second yearbook continues the reportage of the project work starting at the end of the first year with the examination of how the initial policy reform ideas were further elaborated in the WGs into policy recommendations in the project’s second year. The recommendations were presented to a wider audience at an in-person plenary session of their Working Groups held on 26-OCT-2022, graciously hosted by the Delegation of the European Union to the United States of America, in Washington, D.C. 
 http://www.track-star.eu/post/track-star-publishes-annual-yearbook-for-2021  http://www.track-star.eu/post/the-track-star-project-holds-a-successful-plenary-session-of-their-working-groups-on-26-oct-2022
The yearbook for 2022 can be downloaded below.