R11G - The name of a project will likely mean nothing to an interviewer. Unless the project name is widely known outside of your company, don't bother including it. "The Apollo Lunar Landing Module Project" would be good to include. "The Tiger Project" likely would not.
What you want to do is list the salient features of that project and your responsibilities for them, such that they are helpful for the role for which you are applying.
Managed a 2-year project designed to increase sales into the
Government sector. Responsible for budgeting, hiring, training... etc,
Unless the "rating" you received is such that people outside your company will understand it completely, it may not be helpful. "Received a 'Top 10 Salesman' rating" would be useful where "Attained a 'Good Job' rating" might not.
In short, within your resume you should concentrate on the roles and responsibilities and not so much on the names of the projects and the names of the ratings.
You can use the cover letter to highlight more specifics if and only if they are relevant for the new job.
And use the interview itself to expound on the details of the project that make you a particularly appealing candidate.