We're working on a plan for implementing anonymous proposal reviews beginning with the Cycle 26 HST TAC process. This includes,
The document with our charge, Working Group on Anonymous Proposing v1.pdf
Statistics on HST proposal success rates, proposal statistics.ppt
Stefanie Johnsons's Presentation on Gender Bias in Hubble Proposal Ratings, Hubble Presentation.pptx
The HST Call formally describes the proposal process and review policies each cycle. In particular, Chapter 6.1 covers how the reviews are done, and Chapter 6.2 discusses the selection criteria we expect panel reviewers and the TAC to evaluate on. The Science Policies Group Site has much more technical information on the HST peer review, including more detailed guidelines to reviewers, presentations provided at orientation on the observatory status and science activities, lists of previous panelists and chairs, and the proposal processing procedures.
The STScI Chief Librarian, Jenny Novacescu, has complied a few articles on double-blind peer reviews that should be useful in our discussions. They are available on https://stsci.box.com/s/ls9n3etdbcnwbukmdq3nclpzrlf7kx85. Before diving into these articles, a place to start might be this article in Science Magazine. A question I had in reading this is if we had an optional anonymous submission option, as a compromise, would anyone use it? Jenny has thankfully provided some crib notes on each of the articles in the document Anonymous-Double Blind Review Annotated Bibliography [.docx.].