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Dynamic voltage issues can be some of the most difficult to solve if not approached promptly and correctly. Whether or not this happens, policies, programs, and processes should be in place to handle these issues as they appear. This article describes the principles underlying the policies, programs and processes needed to make this happen when the systems are inherently softer than the ideal. The approaches to achieving this end are often just as much social, political and financial as they are technical.