Harmonia will deliver Rise as part of the CodeBook project that we are building under SBIR funding from the Department of Energy (DOE). CodeBook provides a customized software development environment for computational scientists based on existing software packages, and Rise can be featured in this environment and delivered to the CodeBook audience to reach scientists using any of the DOE supercomputer facilities or who are funded by DOE. In addition, any commercial organization that does Fortran-based modeling and simulation will benefit from Rise, including those in the aerospace, automotive, and petroleum industries. Our approach has direct benefit for a wide range of NASA programs that continue to work with Fortran codes. These include the High-End Computing Program and the Modeling, Analysis and Prediction Program. One example is the NASA's Goddard Earth Observing System Model, Version 5 (GEOS-5) atmospheric model in Cell Fortran on the Cell Broadband Engine. Another is the Modeling, Analysis, and Prediction Program's Earth System Modeling Framework (ESMF), which provides interfaces for use in both Fortran 90 and C++. A third is Entry, Descent, Landing simulations for Mars and future missions. Rise is especially useful to mission areas where there are a shortage of qualified developers that are experts on Fortran, due to our ability to allow non-Fortran programmers to view Fortran code in a different programming language.