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Summary (2-4 sentences)
The pioneering Vera C. Rubin Observatory will conduct a decade-long survey of the optical sky called the Legacy Survey of Space and Time commencing in 2025.
This campaign will collect and process more than 20 terabytes of data each night. The data will be archived and launched through multi-site processing from the United State Data Facility at SLAC. In addition to this production processing, the project also strives to support developer and scientist processing for algorithm development and testing at the SLAC USDF. In this talk we describe support for HTCondor based workflows and jobs within the Slurm cluster environment of the SLAC USDF, and other potential usage of HTCondor within the project, from the perspective of the NCSA team members of Rubin project. We also describe some other initiatives that utilize HTCondor being undertaken at NCSA.