a Federal, State or Local government organization that makes benefit program information available to the public on the GovBenefits
a person who has furthered the achievement of your organization's mission through significant generosity, outstanding leadership or exemplary volunteer contributions
An individual or organization entering into a formal arrangement with your organization, assuming equal responsibility, risk and commitment, to accomplish a specific project or task.
Another eligible individual and/or organization carrying out an grant-funded project as part of a consortium of two or more entities in accordance with an agreement, and led by the entity, which is the grant recipient/grantee. In such cases the lead grantee is ultimately responsible for administration of the grant funds and submission of required reports.
An organisation, external to the University, that enjoys an enhanced level of trust because of formal contractual or informal synergies that are in place.
An individual or organization that supports or participates in comprehensive cancer planning or implementation. Partners may commit organizational resources to planning or implementing strategies for comprehensive cancer prevention or control.
An organization or individual who is associated with FEMA and shares a common interest in activities directly related to the accomplishment of FEMAâ€™s mission.
An individual or organization affiliated with a grid external to the Consortium with which the Open Science Grid interacts with through federation of resources.
An individual or organisation that makes a financial and/or in-kind contribution to a project.
A partner is a person, function or organisation (sometimes, but not always, a private sector company) that generally has a formal contract with government to undertake activities on its behalf to achieve a specified objective. These can include: non-commercial organisations, such as charities; non-governmental organisations (NGOs); communities; interest groups; commercial and industrial organisations and other profit-making groups; and individuals such as leaders, influencers, authority figures and role models. Partnership includes sponsorship deals which should always adhere to government sponsorship guidelines.
legal body participating in implementation and financing of the project, sharing the project results and whoÄâ‚¬Â˜s costs that incurred during the project are considered eligible, e.g. national public authority, regional public authority, local public authority, non-profit organization university etc.
Organisation partnering (not as leading Partner) with one Applicant (see this key word) and - at least - one other Organisation for preparing and submitting a Proposal to the EC. Partners and Applicant have to write and sign a "Partnership Agreement" among them.