(Update from June 2015 SIT Chair TagUp) The International Ocean Vector Winds Science Team (IOVWST) meeting held in Portland, OR, USA, on 19-21 May discussed this topic. ?The meeting strongly recommended: (1) at least three scatterometers in orbits designed to roughly meet the WMO requirements, and, (2) one instrument in a non-sun-synchronous orbit to help with the diurnal cycle, better sampling at mid-latitudes, and to improve inter-calibration. These recommendations provide the basis for addressing the vision of an OSVW Constellation. ? It has been proposed that a User Requirements Document, analog to that developed some years ago for the OST-VC, should be elaborated. An interim report will be presented to CEOS, and a more in-depth analysis will be prepared for the OceanObs meeting to be held in Q3 2019.