Activities and Deliverables Sample Clauses

Activities and Deliverables. (a) The Recipient must:
Activities and Deliverables. This work plan has been modified from previous years considering the current COVID-19 pandemic. This work plan may be changed or modified during the budget period depending upon developments related to the pandemic. This section of the annual work plan for sub-awardees articulates certain required activities to be completed during the funding year to demonstrate measurable progress toward achieving effectiveness across all preparedness and response capabilities. The work plan is not an exhaustive list of activities. Rather, these activities should be viewed as a minimum standard. The unique characteristics of LHD jurisdictions and tribal nations cannot be properly considered in such an overarching document. DEPR understands sub-awardees will need to identify additional planning considerations and undertake additional activities that are not specifically stated in this work plan in order to attain effectiveness across the preparedness and response capabilities (see NOFO and continuation guidance). This section is divided into four parts as shown in the Table of Contents below. Activity descriptions provide important details including what deliverable(s), if any, must be submitted to DEPR and by when. Any questions related to this work plan can be directed to the regional/tribal POC.
Activities and Deliverables. This section describes specific activities and deliverables that will be provided by BS&A Software to fulfill the obligations set out in the proposal. Each subsection includes the detailed requirements for: Data Conversion, Process Definition, and Cutover.
Activities and Deliverables. The Recipient must: carry out the activities set out in the Work Plan by the Target Completion Dates, as set out in Schedule “C”; submit all required Reports, as set out in Section 3.1; submit Invoices, Proof of Payment, and any other supporting documentation outlined in Schedule “D”, or otherwise required by the IESO, as evidence of work completed; complete and submit the Requests for Funding and any applicable Deliverables by the Submission Deadlines; and not make any change to the Initiative, or any other elements of the Proposal or the Funding Agreement, other than a change to the Funding Agreement with prior written consent of the IESO pursuant to Section 6.2. Upon submission of each Deliverable, the Recipient shall represent and warrant to the IESO that: the Recipient is in compliance with the Funding Agreement; every External Resource used by the Recipient to carry out the Deliverables was procured using a Competitive Procurement Process, if required to do so pursuant to Section 4.2; the Request for Funding does not request funding in respect of any Ineligible Expenses or duplicative funding, as per the Recipient’s obligations under Sections 4.4 and 4.5, respectively; as of the submission date of the Deliverable, no Default Event or Termination Event has occurred or is occurring; and all information contained in the Deliverables is true, accurate and complete in all material respects. The Recipient acknowledges and agrees that: the IESO retains the sole and absolute discretion to accept or reject Deliverables and evidence of completion of the activities set out in the Work Plan, other than as set out herein; the determination of the acceptability, quality, and completeness of a Deliverable will be in the sole and absolute discretion of the IESO and the IESO will have the right to reject all or a portion of any Deliverable if it determines that the Deliverable is not acceptable, is of insufficient quality, or is incomplete; acceptance of a Deliverable by the IESO under the Funding Agreement is only for the purpose of verifying the acceptable completion of the Deliverables for the purpose of the Funding Agreement and is not an endorsement by the IESO for any other purpose; it is the responsibility of the Recipient to notify the IESO immediately of any delays or events that may materially affect the completion of the Initiative at any time; the Recipient is solely responsible for any action or inaction, whether or not such action or inaction results in...
Activities and Deliverables. Participants will, working with a Practice Transformation Coach and others, engage in Quality Improvement activities as they work through a defined outline of project steps (“Change Package”) and the five stages of practice transformation. Participant will participate in various assessments and possibly training as part of the Program. CCNC will work with Participant to ensure the activities and obligations are reasonable and respect the ongoing needs of Participant and the patients they serve, while comporting with the requirements of the Program funding the work under this Agreement. The primary deliverable for Participant will be a quarterly report on activities and implementations, with the specific format of the report to be determined based on the specific engagements.
Activities and Deliverables. OCCUD and SoVT CUD shall endeavor to: ● Share results from feasibility study work done on behalf of the CUDs ● Maintain close communication on progress and direction so each CUD is aware of the other’s development ● Share findings and research on potential operators and vendors ● Align on a set of core principles and needs to allow coordinated RFP responses (e.g., so that an operator could operate both networks under the same conditions) ● At the appropriate time, issue an RFP that asks respondents to provide a response to operating a network that covers both CUD territories. (Note: this does not prevent the RFP for requesting a quote for operating one or the other CUDs independently as well). ● Design networks to be interoperable to provide economies of scale and enable joint operation (e.g., using the same equipment and specifications, providing each other egress to the internet backhaul) ● Coordinate to achieve economies of scale on pre-construction needs if appropriate (e.g., pole data collection, high level design) ● Pursue joint fundraising efforts when appropriate (some sources will prefer larger projects) Duration: This MOU is recognized for the duration of 2021, or until superseded by a successor agreement. It is likely that, should the CUDs choose a shared operator this year, the contractual agreement between CUDs and the operator will codify each entity’s responsibilities and obviate the need for this agreement. If either CUD decides to withdraw from this agreement due to unforeseen circumstances that result in changing needs or priorities, both CUDs agree to act in good faith and be open and communicative about their needs. For the OCCUD For the SoVT CUD Signature Title: Signature Title:
Activities and Deliverables. This section of the annual work plan for local health departments articulates certain required activities to be completed during the funding year to demonstrate measurable progress toward achieving effectiveness across all preparedness and response capabilities. This section of the work plan is divided into two major sections: 1) Activities required to demonstrate maintenance of preparedness capabilities, and 2) Activities designed to show measurable progress toward demonstrating response readiness (See PHEP NOFO, p. 3). Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI) activities can be found in Appendix 3. Activities Required to Demonstrate Maintenance of Capabilities Update 24/7 Contact Information NIMS Training Compliance Staff Assembly Exercise Completion of After-Action Report/Improvement Plans MI Volunteer Registry Administrator Training Activity 1: UPDATE 24/7 CONTACT INFORMATION Objective LHDs will submit updated contact information to DEPR and maintain a mechanism where the LHD or can be reached outside of normal business hours in case of emergencies or other non-routine issues. Description LHDs will maintain and provide DEPR with appropriate 24/7 contact information for their agencies. All colored cells in the contact information must be filled-in and the completed form submitted to DEPR. The form must be submitted in the original Excel version provided. PDFs, scanned PDFs, or any other versions of the contact form will not be accepted. The 24/7 contact number assures MDHHS can reach key sub-awardee points of contact (POCs) outside of normal business hours and during emergency situations. DEPR will conduct an after-hours contact drill during the budget period using the information provided by LHDs to assure the accuracy of the 24/7 contact information. This drill will be an unannounced exercise and LHDs will be given feedback following the drill. An updated copy of the contact form must be submitted to DEPR whenever there are any changes to the information previously submitted. Contact information forms are to be submitted to the mailbox with a cc: to the regional/tribal POC. During the response to the pandemic, DEPR has identified the need to add LHD communicable disease and immunization staff to our contact lists. The LHD Contact information Form has been updated to capture this information. Deliverable(s)
Activities and Deliverables. This section outlines activities planned for the FY 2018 and defines specific deliverables to DOE in the form of data collected and entered into USGS databases. The deliverable milestones are summarized in table 5. Milestones for reports that use the data are given in table 1. Table 5. Milestones and deliverables for FY 2018 Category Deliverable/Activity Date Hydrologic monitoring Water Quality INL water-quality sampling, first quarter, FY 2018 (Multiple analytes from approximately 77 groundwater and surface-water sites). Drawdown measurements for aquifer xxxxx. 11/15/2017 Water Quality INL water-quality sampling, third quarter, FY 2018 (Multiple analytes from approximately 75 groundwater and surface-water sites). 05/15/2018 Water Quality INL water-quality sampling, FY 2017 (Multiple analytes from about 20 sample zones in 11 boreholes instrumented with multi-level monitoring systems). 09/30/2018 Water Level Monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual water-level measurements (more than 725) in approximately 213 xxxxx, with continuous recorders on selected xxxxx. 09/30/2018 Water Level INL water-level and temperature measurements, annual and quarterly, FY 2018 (measure temperature and pressure profiles at 11 boreholes equipped with multi-level sampling systems). 12/31/2017 03/31/2018 06/30/2018 09/30/2018 Surface water Operate streamgaging stations on the Big Lost River and Antelope Creek, provision for real- time streamflow data; data presented on USGS National Water Information System website. 09/30/2018 Maintenance Well maintenance, rehabilitation, and repair; removal and replacement of pumps in about 3 xxxxx in FY 2018; maintenance of physical and environmental security. 09/30/2018 and as required. Reports Milestone for reports are given in table 1. See table 1. Geologic framework Evaluation Complete USGS 145 and 147 as water monitoring xxxxx. 09/2018 Evaluation Characterize the paleomagnetic properties of INL cores from USGS 145 and 147 and cores from surface flows to evaluate stratigraphic and structural controls on groundwater flow at the INL. 09/2018 Development Develop GIS coverages of stratigraphic and hydrogeologic data. As required.
Activities and Deliverables. The following deliverables will be measured to respond to the three objectives.
Activities and Deliverables. Activity 3.1 Methodology and data collection instruments: A complete assessment of costs including fixed and administrative costs will rely on detailed data gathering fieldwork. This will include costs of the program but also costs of beneficiaries for instance for applying to the program. Costs of the program will be broken down into (1) direct and indirect financing, (2) personnel (managers and supervisors.), (3) design, materials and infrastructures, (4) calls for application, marketing, application and selection, (5) implementation, follow up. Deliverables: Methodology and data collection instruments