Progress Reviewer’s Guide to the Registry

Progress reviewers are responsible for checking and approving the reported progress of translation projects. This role is only performed in organizations that have requested it, so your organization may not need anyone in this role.

Translation progress is reported when a team uses the project plan, and checks off work as being completed for each book. In some cases, an organization may want to review and validate the reported progress of the team, before that information is made official, either in the organization’s database, or publicly in

The role of the progress reviewer involves approving the progress reported for each of the organization’s projects, before it is official. This may involve comparing it with other records that they keep to measure progress separately.

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