The DCSD (Dynamics, Control and Systems Diagnostics) program promotes fundamental research in dynamic systems to address pressing societal challenges such as climate change, epidemics, infrastructure resilience, and more. The program seeks innovative proposals that combine research in dynamic systems with real-world applications. It encourages advancements in modeling, analysis, diagnostics, control, and integration of dynamic systems. Proposals should demonstrate both intellectual merit and broader impacts, outlining how the research contributes to knowledge and benefits society. The program emphasizes access, inclusivity, and evidence-based activities. Principal investigators are encouraged to submit a one-page draft Project Summary for feedback and consult with the DCSD Program Officers. The program encourages appropriate budget requests based on project scope and justification.