All funded GACD projects are selected through a rigorous peer review process. In some cases this review follows the usual funding agency process, whereas in some cases several of the GACD member agencies organise their review jointly. This has the aim of increasing consistency and maximising efficiency by avoiding duplication of effort and taking advantage of economies of scale. The GACD is working on aligning its processes further each time a joint call for proposals is launched, recognising that they represent rare opportunities to learn from each other and continuously improve.
Funding decisions are ultimately made by each of the GACD member agencies, and they are the bodies who award and administer all research funds. You can find all of the projects selected in GACD calls on our research programmes page.