Administrative Oversight Sample Clauses

Administrative Oversight. The COUNTY, as a designated Urban County and Participating Jurisdiction, is ultimately responsible for the administrative oversight and supervision of all funds allocated to the CITY hereunder. As such, it is responsible for ensuring that all funds allocated to the CITY are expended in accordance with the AAP, all Agreements and/or Contracts, and all applicable Federal, State, and local laws, ordinances, resolutions, regulations, and laws pertaining to this Agreement. It is the intent of the COUNTY to exercise only that degree of administrative and supervisory control concerning CITY projects and activities as necessary to comply with such requirements and in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.
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Administrative Oversight. Programs and/or services provided under this MOA shall be managed district-wide under the direction of a collaborative team made up of the HCBOE School Counseling Services Coordinator, the Administrative Assistant to the School Counseling Services Coordinator, Legal counsel to the HCBOE, the Wellstone CEO, and the Xxxxxxxxx School Based Therapy Coordinator. This collaborative team shall have the responsibility for program development, cohesion and direction. This team shall develop any necessary procedures for effective provision of services and hold, at a minimum, one meeting during each of the HCBOE grading periods (targeted for the sixth week of each grading period), in order to assure oversight of the school-based services. The agenda for the meetings of the collaborative team will include, at a minimum (a) a review of caseloads to ensure balance among therapists and schools, (b) a discussion of any barriers to therapy or problems within the schools as report by Nova in-school therapists, (c) a discussion of any barriers to therapy or problems within the schools as reported by HCBOE counselors and/or school administrators, and (d) recurring therapeutic issues among the HCBOE student population, and the intent of these meetings is to assure a routine and consistent review of key elements of the program and services contemplated. This team shall work to strengthen community interagency links with other agencies that provide services designed for the emotional well-being of the students served. The School Counseling Services Coordinator, the Principal (or the Principal’s administrator- designee) and the School Counselor [for HCBOE], and the Clinical Director, the Children’s Services Director and the Nova in-school therapist for the school being served [for Wellstone], shall serve as the lead administrators for implementation of programs and services developed within the individual schools under this MOA.
Administrative Oversight. The AGENCY shall provide clinical and administrative oversight of the Wraparound Coordinators in his/her role to the Project. THE PARTNERSHIP SOCI Clinical Director shall provide coaching to the AGENCY program leadership and consultation regarding clinical and programmatic issues.
Administrative Oversight. Grantee will obtain written approval from System Agency prior to entering into a subcontract relationship for the HPP administrative/program implementation duties/functions of this Contract. Grantee is required to justify that a fair and competitive process was used in selecting subcontractors.
Administrative Oversight. County, as a designated Urban County and Participating Jurisdiction, is ultimately responsible for the administrative oversight and supervision of all funds. As such, it is responsible for ensuring that all funds allocated to Municipality are expended in accordance with the AAP, all Agreements and/or Contracts, and all applicable Federal, State, and local laws, ordinances, resolutions, regulations, and laws pertaining to this Agreement. It is the intent of County to exercise only that degree of administrative and supervisory control concerning Municipality projects and activities as necessary to comply with such requirements and in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and any Subrecipient Agreement.
Administrative Oversight. Programs and/or services provided under this MOA shall be managed under the direction of a collaborative team made up of selected staff from HCBOE and Nova Center that shall have the responsibility for program development, cohesion and direction. This team shall develop any necessary procedures for effective provision of services and shall hold, at a minimum, one meeting during each of the HCBOE grading periods, in order to assure oversight of the school-based services. This team shall work to strengthen community interagency links with other agencies that provide services designed for emotional well-being of the students served. The Coordinator of Counseling Services for HCBOE, the Principal (or the Principal’s administrator-designee) and the School Counselor for each HCBOE school being served (for HCBOE), and the Clinical Director, the Children’s Services Director for Nova Center and the in- school therapist for the HCBOE school being served (for Nova Center), shall serve as the lead administrators for implementation of programs and services developed under this MOA.
Administrative Oversight. Programs and/or services provided under this interagency Memorandum of Agreement shall be managed under the direction of a collaborative team made up of selected staff from each agency that shall have the responsibility for program development, cohesion and direction. This team shall develop any necessary procedures for effective provision of services and shall hold, at a minimum, (frequency)_ meetings in order to provide oversight of the services provided. This team shall work to strengthen community interagency links and to xxxxxx cost-sharing efforts with other agencies that provide services designed for the emotional well-being of the students served. The Superintendent of Education for the County Public Schools System, the Director of Special Education, and the Director of Student Social Services for the County Board of Education, and the Executive Director, the Clinical Director, and the Children’s Services Director for the Mental Health Center, shall serve as the lead administrators for implementation of programs and services developed under this agreement. The administrators will assign staff to directly supervise and coordinate services within this interagency agreement.
Administrative Oversight. In the event there is a question concerning a recipient's eligibility to receive benefits from the Bank, the City may require of the Administrative Committee and the employee proof of each eligibility as well as a physician's certified report of the disabling illness or injury of the recipient. A copy of the minutes of each meeting shall be provided to the President of Local 298 and to the City Personnel Director. The President of Local 298 or the Personnel Director may request a meeting with the Administrative Committee to discuss any action which has been taken by the Committee and such meeting shall be scheduled as soon as possible after such request.
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