The first priority of the PDS is to be the long-term archive of digital data products returned from NASA's planetary missions, and from other kinds of flight and ground-based data acquisitions, including laboratory experiments. Building on that, the second priority of the PDS is to ensure the usefulness and usability of that data for the planetary science community. The PDS Discipline and Support Nodes completed their Programmatic Reviews in 2021 and 2022, respectively. The outcome of each of the reviews has been to lean forward and the PDS Nodes have been funded at their requested levels. Included in the description of Node responsibilities is the data scope of each Node, which is consistent with the description of each Node on the PDS webpage. The centralized web presence of the PDS, slated to take place by the end of 2024, will improve the discoverability and understanding of its role in the Ecosystem. Additionally, the new PDE webpage assists in making the other components of the Ecosystem more widely known, thereby helping to make clear the specific role of the PDS within the PDE. Lastly, the new SPD-41 (SMD Information Policy) articulates what NASA's expectation is for data preservation and distribution. PSD's Information Policy will build upon SPD-41 and is in work and will be made public with ROSES-2023.