The PSLP program is now closed.
A new initiative, the Government Partnerships for Development (GPFD) program, will replace the PSLP.
The GPFD will facilitate partnerships between Australian public sector organizations and their developing country counterparts to enable exchange of skills, experience and knowledge in support of Australia’s aid program objectives outlined in the Comprehensive Aid Policy Framework (CAPF).
Further details on the GPFD are available here
The guidelines are provided below:
2012–13 Pacific PSLP Guidelines [PDF 960 kb]
2012–13 Pacific PSLP Guidelines [Word 1.13 mb]
For applicants selected for funding in the final round of the Pacific PSLP, you will be required to submit a Detailed Proposal Form (DPF), which is provided below.
2012–13 Round Pacific PSLP Detailed Proposal Form [PDF 295 kb]
2012–13 Round Pacific PSLP Detailed Proposal Form [Word 375 kb]
The budget calculation worksheet also needs to be filled out as part of your detailed proposal, please see the form below:
Budget Calculation Worksheet [Excel 20 kb]
An Effective Aid Program for Australia
Comprehensive Aid Policy Framework
Adviser Remuneration Framework
Opportunities for All: Gender Thematic Strategy
The environment and climate change
Pacific Public Sector Linkages Program—2011-12 approved concepts
Pacific Public Sector Linkages Program—2012-13 approved concepts
For more information about PSLP, contact the PSLP Secretariat on PacPSLP@ausaid.gov.au
Last reviewed: 4 April, 2012