Issues and controversies related to the author's call for a national human resource agenda are discussed. Several recommendations and concerns raised by other authors in this series of articles are addressed. This includes expanding the review of psychology work force size to include academic and research psychologists, health psychologists, and psychologists in other areas. Current oversupply of psychologists in some regions is also discussed. Caution is advised to avoid overestimating existing need and projected need for psychologists. Further dialogue about addressing human resource issues within the profession is encouraged.