I am looking for a word or phrase that communicates a program's phase after it's pilot phase (sorry for the redundancy)

So if HUD has a pilot program right now, but I want to formulate a question of when will this program be (blank this is word I am looking for)

Thank you

  • I think the word "syndicated" applies. – Zibbobz Nov 13 '13 at 20:00

The phrasal verb go live is often used, as in (eg) “When will this program go live?” Also see wiktionary's entry for go-live as a noun. As a phrasal verb, go live doesn't specifically denote technology based programs, so can be used with any program that has a pilot phase followed by an operational phase.

Also consider terms like become active, scale up, be open, in production, and operational. Eg: “HUD's teardown program went operational on 3 July” and “When will this program be operational?”

  • I am afraid to use go-live for a non-technology based program. This is not a website nor an app, but rather a government sponsored program having to do with mortgages and home loans. I think of go-live as something related to internet. Do think go-live may imply related to technology based programs? – IberoMedia Nov 13 '13 at 20:37
  • @IberoMedia – I added a note – James Waldby - jwpat7 Nov 13 '13 at 20:45

After a program's successful pilot comes its roll out.

So you can ask, "When will this program be rolled out?"

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