Peer Review FAQs

  • When is my review due and when will I be notified?
    Your review is due six months after your peer review period. As an example, if your peer review period is April 1 through March 31, your review is due Sept. 30. You will receive notification, via email, through the PRIMA system to complete a Peer Review Information (PRI) form seven months prior to your review due date. Peer reviews are completed once every three years.
  • Who chooses the reviewer?
    You/your firm chooses the reviewer. If you need assistance in finding a peer reviewer, you can use our “Firms Interested in Performing Peer Reviews Directory.”
  • Can I have an extension of my due date?
    All reviews are expected to be completed on time. However, if unforeseen circumstances arise, you can request an extension of up to three months. You will need to submit a  request before your firm’s due date, through PRIMA, the new on line software  used for all peer review processes. The request will be reviewed, and you will be notified of the decision, through PRIMA.

 

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