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Related posts:No related photos. Awards press plus side of partnershipOn 23 May 2000 in Personnel Today The DTI is calling for applications for the second round of awards from the Partnership Fund.The fund is intended to make more organisations aware of the benefits of partnership by supporting projects to spread best partnership practice more widely. Up to £5m of Government funding is available over four years. Support can be provided for up to 50 per cent of eligible costs of individual projects up to a maximum of £50,000 per project. The remainder of the costs must be met from non-public sector sources.Government support is being made available in a series of calls over four years, although projects may continue after that date without public funding. The second call for the applications to be submitted was announced on the 9 May 2000.www.dti.gov.uk/partnershipfund/index.htm Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.