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Entry forms and summaries due for PFM Partnership Awards

13 May 2020

Completed entry forms and 250-word summaries for submissions to this year's PFM Partnership Awards are due today.

Today's deadline was confirmed in January this year, although the impact of the UK's Covid-19 lockdown has resulted in some adjustments made to this year's entry and judging processes.

With social distancing requirements expected to continue for some time, the PFM Awards independent judging panel has been asked to arrange online video calls to interview the Partnership category finalists this year.

This is seen as the best alternative to the usual requirement of arranging for judges to visit the site and interview the partners of each finalist within the Partnership categories.

With video calls completed much quicker than personal visits to sites around the UK, this has allowed more time to be given to those preparing entries.

Appreciation has been expressed by a number of entrants, many of whom are experiencing difficulties caused by the Covid-19 lockdown.

The majority of entrants have confirmed that their completed submissions will be emailed by the end of May.

There is no need to post hard copies of entries this year, as the PFM Awards team are all currently working from home with no access to the office.

All enquiries for entries to this year's PFM Partnership Awards should be emailed to PFM editor Dennis Flower in the first instance:

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