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Federal Research: Peer Review Practices at Federal Science Agencies Vary
Gregory M. Hanna. This report studies the peer review & other quality assurance processes that federal agencies use in conducting scientific research & development. Specifically, it (1) defines what is meant by peer review, (2) describes the federal governmentís peer review policy, (3) describes the peer review practices of 12 federal agencies that conduct scientific research, (4) describes other agency quality assurance reviews, & (5) identifies which research is not subject to review. The report includes 12 federal agencies in its review, which account for more than 90% of the federal R&D budget in fiscal year 1999, excluding the Dept. of Defense.
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