The future of Genomics holds much promise and opportunities. These are briefly mentioned here and will be expanded in an oral presentation. Evaluating scientific evidence to support valid and useful genetic tests and counseling. Monitoring the use of genetic tests and family health history in populations, and evaluating the outcome in various families. Exploring the use of valid and useful genetic tests and family health history tools to plan clinical practice, policy, and design programs to detect people who are at risk for disease, make diagnoses, and suggest appropriate interventions. Inserting genomic information and clinical decisions in health records. Developing practical recommendations that evaluate the net health benefit of genetic tests and family health information. Evaluating the impact of genetic applications in individual families, local communities and populations. Develop efficient methods to interpret and translate recommendations into practice. Incorporating genomics education at all levels in schools. Maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of genomic information of all kinds. Coordination of Genomic data from all sectors of the academia, the industry, as well as all other sections of the society.