DescriptionAs scientific research questions have grown larger and increasingly dependent on computational resources, ensuring transparency and rigor of the scientific process has grown urgent. Today both scientific information and the products of research are fundamental to science transparency and rigor. But this attention to rigor is coming at the same time as the high-performance computing landscape changes through big idea science, AI, accelerators, containers, big data, etc. Where does a researcher turn? This multi-stakeholder panel of funders, publishers, researchers, and infrastructure providers will discuss recent encouraging developments in open science through topics such as i) infrastructure and incentives for scientific transparency, ii) emerging approaches for controlled access to restricted data, iii) research results of multi-national teams, iv) AI and data: new demands for transparency, v) clarifying the confusing landscape of supplements, data papers, and appendices; and vi) infrastructure and resources for scholars.