Access to Documents. To the extent applicable to this Agreement, in accordance with §1861(v)(I)(i) of the Social Security Act (42 USC §1395x) as amended, and the provisions of 42 CFR §420.300 et seq, Contractor will allow, during and for a period of not less than four (4) years after the expiration or termination of this Agreement, access to this Agreement and its books, documents, and records; and contracts between Contractor and its subcontractors or related organizations, including books, documents and records relating to same, by the Comptroller General of the United States, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and their duly authorized representatives.
Access to Documents. No employee shall be refused a request to inspect and copy documents relating to the employee's claim of discrimination, except for records which are exempt from the provisions of the Public Records Act, Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, provided, however, that the University may charge for copies of documents in accordance with law, rule, University procedures, and this Agreement.
Access to Documents. Upon reasonable prior written notice to Custodian, Purchaser (and if the Mortgage Loans have been assigned, Assignee) and its agents, accountants, attorneys and auditors will be permitted during normal business hours to examine and copy at their expense the Submission Packages, documents, records and other papers in possession of or under the control of Custodian relating to any or all of the Mortgage Loans in which Purchaser has an interest. Upon the request of Purchaser (or, if applicable, Assignee) and at the cost and expense of Purchaser (or, if applicable, Assignee), Custodian shall provide such Purchaser (or, if applicable, Assignee) with copies of the Mortgage Notes, Assignments of Mortgage and other documents in Custodian’s possession relating to any of the Mortgage Loans in which Purchaser (or, if applicable, Assignee) has an interest.
Access to Documents. In the event of a complaint respecting an employee’s pay, a representative of the Union shall have access to work schedules and/or pay records.
Access to Documents. This requirement applies to all Agreements. FRA requires the inclusion of these requirements in Subcontracts over $100,000. ** Please be aware that the requirements in the Agreement regarding audit and inspection of records may require the Contractor to maintain files relating to this Agreement for a longer period of time than described in the requirement below. Please also be aware that, as described in the Agreement, the TJPA follows the provisions of the City and County of San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance regarding responses to public requests for certain bid documents. The Contractor must comply with the requirements described below and in the Agreement.
Access to Documents. Until the expiration of six years after this Agreement terminates, the Users Group shall make available to the Member organizations and to the State Auditor, a copy of this Agreement and books, documents, accounting procedures and practices of the Users Group relating to this Agreement.