Randomized Benchmarking (RB) is a standard experiment to quantify the error rate of a quantum gate set. In addition to being relevant for building fault-tolerant quantum computers, reducing two-qubit gate error rates enables the execution of NISQ algorithms with larger-depth. However, environmental drift is a ubiquitous phenomenon in quantum hardware, and it is important to measure the stability of gate performance over time. To probe the stability of our quantum hardware, we performed repeated RB and Interleaved RB experiments, which is a standard measure of the Error Per Gate (EPG) for the interleaved gate, with a CNOT gate calibrated via the CR interaction. We observe relatively narrow distributions of the measured RB values, with IRB error rates showing greater variation. These experiments give an EPG of this CNOT gate of (0.01±0.004).