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posted by Tom Matrullo at Monday, March 02, 2009
The 'reward' isn't just for the innovative idea. The money "is to help the applicant implement the idea. The amount of award money will be based on the assessment of the idea, its costs, benefits and needs." ... The judges may award to a single project for the whole $1 million, or to multiple projects that add up to the same. However, you should apply only for what is needed to implement the project.
Thanks. It seems a very sensibly designed approach. I was intrigued by the webby examples they offer of innovativeness:http://www.lcsi.smu.edu.sg/i3_challenge/Criteria.asp
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