Implementation science has developed to support the use of innovations in individual fields within and outside of human services. As the evidence-based program movement gained momentum and the quality chasm widened since the 1990s, implementation science has been recognized as a missing link in the science to service chain. As a result, knowledge about evidence-based implementation has grown. The depth and breadth of expanded knowledge has been expressed in unique implementation frameworks. A qualitative analysis of 32 frameworks is summarized and the multiple frameworks are synthesized in this document.