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J. Peer Reviewer Project/Program Evaluation Form
This sample Peer Review Evaluation Form would be filled out by reviewers after the presentations
and before leaving the review site. This form would be modified depending on the specific
questions addressed in the review. The rating scheme may also be modified, for example, to use a
five part scale such as very poor, marginal, average, good, and very good.
Reviewer #: __________
Date of Review: ____________________
Project/Subprogram/Program:
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Instructions: Reviewers individually rate the program/subprogram/project using three criteria, provide
an overall project rating, and add supporting comments for each. The rating scale for each is composed of
integer values from one to ten, with the ends of the scale representing seriously deficient and outstanding
attributes, respectively. If more space is required for comment, please use the comment continuation
sheet.
Q1. Quality, Productivity, and Accomplishments
Reviewers assess the overall quality, productivity, and record of accomplishments of the project (or set of
projects/activities) or program. For quality and productivity, this includes assessment of:
a) Quality -- the composition and quality of the resources engaged, including people and facilities.
Considered are the team members' honors and awards, their relevant experience relevant, and the balance
of appropriate skills (including collaborators). [For example: A project team may be outstanding, strong,
balanced and experienced; good but would benefit from additional skills; require strengthening; or have
serious shortcomings.]
b) Productivity -- the level of productivity in work underway is assessed by looking at accomplishments
and the value of the accomplishments compared to costs. This includes achievement against planned
goals and objectives, technical targets, awards, or other success measures typical for the type of activity
(such as publications, citations, patents, licenses, prototypes passing requirements tests). [For example:
The levels of productivity may have been exceptional, extensive, reasonable under the circumstances,
marginal, or have little evidence of progress.]
Quality:
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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Very low quality
Very high quality
Supporting Comments:
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J. Peer Reviewer Project/Program Evaluation Form
This sample Peer Review Evaluation Form would be filled out by reviewers after the presentations
and before leaving the review site. This form would be modified depending on the specific
questions addressed in the review. The rating scheme may also be modified, for example, to use a
five part scale such as very poor, marginal, average, good, and very good.
Reviewer #: __________
Date of Review: ____________________
Project/Subprogram/Program:
__________________________________________________________________
Instructions: Reviewers individually rate the program/subprogram/project using three criteria, provide
an overall project rating, and add supporting comments for each. The rating scale for each is composed of
integer values from one to ten, with the ends of the scale representing seriously deficient and outstanding
attributes, respectively. If more space is required for comment, please use the comment continuation
sheet.
Q1. Quality, Productivity, and Accomplishments
Reviewers assess the overall quality, productivity, and record of accomplishments of the project (or set of
projects/activities) or program. For quality and productivity, this includes assessment of:
a) Quality -- the composition and quality of the resources engaged, including people and facilities.
Considered are the team members' honors and awards, their relevant experience relevant, and the balance
of appropriate skills (including collaborators). [For example: A project team may be outstanding, strong,
balanced and experienced; good but would benefit from additional skills; require strengthening; or have
serious shortcomings.]
b) Productivity -- the level of productivity in work underway is assessed by looking at accomplishments
and the value of the accomplishments compared to costs. This includes achievement against planned
goals and objectives, technical targets, awards, or other success measures typical for the type of activity
(such as publications, citations, patents, licenses, prototypes passing requirements tests). [For example:
The levels of productivity may have been exceptional, extensive, reasonable under the circumstances,
marginal, or have little evidence of progress.]
Quality:
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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10
Very low quality
Very high quality
Supporting Comments:
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Productivity:
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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Low productivity
High productivity
Supporting Comments:
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Accomplishments:
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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No accomplishments
Many accomplishments
Supporting Comments:
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Q2. Relevance
Reviewers assess the importance of achieving the project's objectives in terms of actual or potential
contribution to the broader program and Department mission, goals, or strategy and to society. In many
cases relevance also means that the set of activities addresses known technical or market barriers and that
tasks being performed are able to demonstrate actual or potential contributions to lowering one or more of
those barriers.
Levels of relevance could be: of central importance to larger program goals or strategy, of significant
importance, of general importance, weakly support the program goals or strategy, or of doubtful or
peripheral importance.
Relevance to Mission, Goals, or Strategy and to Society:
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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Not Very Relevant
Very Relevant
Supporting Comments:
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Relevance to Technical and/or Market Barriers:
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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Not Very Relevant
Very Relevant
Supporting Comments:
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Q3. Project/Subprogram/Program Management
The management criterion examines how well projects and programs are managed. This includes quality
of research planning (past and future), and program execution which may include effective research
integration, good application and leveraging of resources.
Management may be judged as: expert and innovative approach with exceptional execution, logical
approach and effective execution, reasonable approach and appropriate execution with room for
improvement, or an approach with key shortcomings and poor execution.
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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Very Poor
Outstanding
Supporting Comments:
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Q4. Overall Impressions
Please provide your general overall rating of the project/subprogram/program, followed by
comments.
Overall Rating
Circle the appropriate number for your rating.
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Outstanding
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Supporting Comments:
Areas of comment include (a) overall strengths and weaknesses, (b) areas of research or analysis
that could be deleted, (c) new areas or directions that could be added, and (d) changes that may
have occurred in the research context (markets, policy, competing technologies, etc.) that might
alter the planned targets or goals.
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