In the microprocessor business, companies employ teams nearly as large as the design teams, whose job it is to find things wrong with the design. It is catastrophic to the company to have a flawed microprocessor make it into consumer hands, so companies devote huge resources to making sure it doesn’t happen. Verification engineers are rewarded for finding as many bugs as possible.
Government climate science has no analogy. They don’t want serious people examining their work, because it is complete crap and is deliberately broken. Instead, they have pal review and FOIA avoidance to streamline getting junk science into the hands of journalists and politicians.