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This checklist describes information that will be posted on the Web when we conduct a peer review, following guidelines detailed in the This link opens in a new windowOMB Peer Review Bulletin.

About the document

  • title

  • short description of the document

  • estimated dissemenation date of the final version of the document

About the peer review process

  • kind of peer review that will be conducted

    • panel,

    • individual letters,

    • National Academy of Sciences review, or

    • other procedure approved by OMB

  • anticipated number of reviewers

  • reviewer selection method

    • reviewers selected by the Service or

    • reviewers selected by a designated outside organization

  • primary disciplines or expertise needed in the review (describe).

  • estimated start date of peer review

About public participation

  • opportunities for the public to comment on the work product to be peer reviewed (Indicate whether such public comments will be sought and describe how comments are to be submitted.)

  • Indicate whether the public, including scientific or professional organizations, will be asked to nominate potential peer reviewers.


  • contact information for one or more staff regarding this peer review.

Last updated: July 7, 2008