The “Grant or Peer Review” is the objective process used by funding organizations to assess the efficacy and potential benefit of the services, programs or initiatives being proposed by applicants. Grant reviews are a critical component of the funding process and are designed to choose the best programs for funding out of a competitive group. 

Types of Grant Reviews Reviewer Registry provides support to a variety of grant review models used by our clients: 

Remote Grant Review ̶ This model allows all review participants to complete the review and evaluation of grant applications remotely, without having to convene in one physical location. Access to the Internet is a requirement. Training and discussions are administered via web-based platforms or teleconference. 

Onsite Grant Review ̶ This model gathers SMEs in one physical location to evaluate and comment on the merits of the grant applications. 

Hybrid Grant Review ̶ This combination grant review consists of two stages. In the first stage, the SMEs read and complete a preliminary scoring of the grant applications independently. In the second stage, the SMEs gather as members of a review panel in one physical location to complete the final scoring and evaluation of grant applications.