Advisory Board Sample Clauses

Advisory Board. (a) The Managing Member may establish an Advisory Board comprised of members of the Managing Member’s expert network and external advisors. The Advisory Board will be available to provide guidance to the Managing Member on the strategy and progress of the Company. Additionally, the Advisory Board may: (i) be consulted with by the Managing Member in connection with the acquisition and disposal of a Series Asset, (ii) conduct an annual review of the Company’s acquisition policy, (iii) provide guidance with respect to, material conflicts arising or that are reasonably likely to arise with the Managing Member, on the one hand, and the Company, a Series or the Economic Members, on the other hand, or the Company or a Series, on the one hand, and another Series, on the other hand, (iv) approve any material transaction between the Company or a Series and the Managing Member or any of its Affiliates, another Series or an Economic Member (other than the purchase of interests in such Series), (v) provide guidance with respect to the appropriate levels of annual fleet level insurance costs and maintenance costs specific to each individual Series Asset, and review fees, expenses, assets, revenues and availability of funds for distribution with respect to each Series on an annual basis and (vi) approve any service providers appointed by the Managing Member in respect of the Series Assets.
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Advisory Board. (a) The Managing Member may establish an advisory board comprised of members of the Managing Member’s expert network and external advisors (the “Advisory Board”). The Advisory Board will be available to provide guidance to the Managing Member on the strategy and progress of the Company. Additionally, the Advisory Board may: (i) be consulted with by the Managing Member in connection with the acquisition and disposal of a Series Asset, (ii) conduct an annual review of the Company’s acquisition policy, (iii) provide guidance with respect to material conflicts arising or that are reasonably likely to arise with the Managing Member, on the one hand, and the Company, a Series or the Economic Members, on the other hand, or the Company or a Series, on the one hand, and another Series, on the other hand, (iv) approve any material transaction between the Company or a Series and the Managing Member or any of its Affiliates, another Series or an Economic Member (other than the purchase of interests in such Series), (v) provide guidance with respect to the appropriate levels of insurance costs and maintenance costs specific to each individual Series Asset, and review fees, expenses, assets, revenues and availability of funds for distribution with respect to each Series on an annual basis and (vi) approve any service providers appointed by the Managing Member in respect of the Series Assets.
Advisory Board. 1. There will be an Advisory Board consisting of two (2) representatives of the Industry, two (2) from the Union, one (1) representing the Vocational School and one (1) from the Apprenticeship Branch.
Advisory Board. (a) The Managing Member may establish an advisory board comprised of members of the Managers’ expert network and external advisors (the “Advisory Board”). The Advisory Board will be available to provide guidance to the Managers on the strategy and progress of the Company. Additionally, the Advisory Board may: (i) be consulted with in determining the creation of a new Series or the engagement of a new Asset Manager, (ii) be consulted with by any Asset Manager in connection with the acquisition and disposal of a Series Asset, (iii) conduct an annual review of the Company’s acquisition policy, (iv) provide guidance with respect to, material conflicts arising or that are reasonably likely to arise with a Manager, on the one hand, and the Company, a Series or the Economic Members, on the other hand, or the Company or a Series, on the one hand, and another Series, on the other hand, (v) approve any material transaction between the Company or a Series and a Manager or any of its Affiliates, another Series or an Economic Member (other than the purchase of interests in such Series), (vi) provide guidance with respect to the appropriate levels of insurance costs and maintenance costs specific to each individual Series Asset, and review fees, expenses, assets, revenues and availability of funds for distribution with respect to each Series on an annual basis and (vii) approve any service providers appointed by a Manager in respect of the Series Assets.
Advisory Board. An Advisory Board will ensure the proper development, approval, and execution of the operation of ECTAC and approve the annual budget. Advisory Board Members: The Advisory Board will be composed of five administrators that are representative of small, medium, and large school districts comprising the organization. Board members receive no compensation for their services. The number of Board members may be increased by vote of the general membership but will never be less than five.
Advisory Board. The LLC Member may appoint any person or persons to act in an advisory capacity to the Company. Such a group shall be known as the Advisory Board.
Advisory Board. For the term of this Agreement, the Advisor shall serve as a member of the Company’s Advisory Board (the “Advisory Board”). The Advisory Board shall consist of the Advisor and such other members as shall be determined by the Company. The Company may adopt an Advisory Board charter, which shall be mutually agreeable to the Company and the members of the Advisory Board. 1.2
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Advisory Board. The Trustees may establish an Advisory Board (as that term is defined in the 1000 Xxx) and appoint one or more members. Members of such Advisory Board shall not be Trustees, officers, employees of the investment adviser of the Trust or employees of an affiliate of the investment adviser, and need not be Shareholders. A member of such Advisory Board shall hold office for such period as the Trustees may determine and may resign therefrom by a written instrument signed by him or her which shall take effect upon its delivery to the Trustees. The Trustees may remove such an Advisory Board member at any time, with or without cause. The Advisory Board shall have no legal powers and shall not perform the functions of Trustees, such Advisory Board being intended merely to act in an advisory capacity. Such Advisory Board shall meet at such times and upon such notice as the Trustees may provide.
Advisory Board. The U.S. Communities Advisory Board is made up of key government purchasing officials from across the United States. Each Advisory Board Member is expected to actively participate in product bids and selection, participate in policy direction, and share expertise and purchasing innovations. Current U.S. Communities Advisory Board Members Auburn University, AL Great Valley School District, PA Beaverton School District, OR Harford County Public Schools, MD City and County of Denver, CO Hennepin County, MN City of Chicago, IL Los Angeles County, CA City of El Paso, TX Maricopa County, AZ City of Houston, TX Miami-Dade County, FL City of Kansas City, MO North Carolina State University, NC City of Los Angeles, CA Onondaga County, NY City of Ocean City, NJ Port of Portland, OR City of Seattle, WA Prince William County Schools, VA Cobb County, GA San Diego Unified School District, CA Denver Public Schools, CO State of Iowa, IA Emory University, GA The Ohio State University, OH Fairfax County, VA The School District of Collier County, FL Fresno Unified School District, CA Participating Public Agencies Today, more than 55,000 public agencies utilize U.S. Communities contracts and suppliers to procure over $2.5 Billion Dollars in products and services annually. Each month more than 500 new public agencies register to participate. The continuing rapid growth of public agency participation is fueled by the program's proven track record of providing public agencies unparalleled value. The Supplier(s) must communicate directly with any Participating Public Agency concerning the placement of orders, issuance of the purchase order, contractual disputes, invoicing, and payment. The City of Kansas City, MO is acting as "Contracting Agent" for the Participating Public Agencies and shall not be held liable for any costs, damages, expenses, fees, liabilities, etc. incurred by any other Participating Public Agency. Each Participating Public Agency enters into a Master Intergovernmental Cooperative Purchasing Agreement (MICPA) outlining the terms and conditions that allow access to the Lead Public Agencies' Master Agreements. Under the terms of the MICPA, the procurement by the Participating Public Agency shall be construed to be in accordance with, and governed by, the laws of the state in which the Participating Public Agency resides. A copy of the MICPA is attached in Section 10.
Advisory Board. (a) At or before the Final Fund VIII Closing Date, the General Partner shall appoint an Advisory Board consisting of representatives for certain Fund VIII Investors (including representatives of investors (other than the General Partner, the Management Company or the Affiliates or employees of either of them) in Feeder Funds or Strategic Partnerships). As of and after the Final Fund VIII Closing Date, the Advisory Board shall consist of representatives of at least six Fund VIII Investors; prior to the Final Fund VIII Closing Date, there shall be no minimum number of members of the Advisory Board. Affiliates of the General Partner shall not serve as members of the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board shall serve as the advisory board for all or any Fund VIII Entities and their alternative investment vehicles. The General Partner shall bring to the Advisory Board for its review any potential conflict of interest situations involving the Management Company or the General Partner. The Advisory Board shall review such potential conflict of interest situations for fairness to the Partnership. The General Partner will not proceed with any such situations to which the Advisory Board objects. The Advisory Board is authorized to give any approval or consent required under the Advisers Act on behalf of the Partnership and the Limited Partners, including under Section 206(3) of the Advisers Act. All of the seats on the Advisory Board shall be made available to representatives of the Fund VIII Investors nominated by the General Partner. The Limited Partners shall be notified of the names of the Fund VIII Investors represented on the Advisory Board as soon as reasonably practicable after the first Closing as of which the initial appointments to the Advisory Board are made and thereafter as soon as reasonably practicable after any additional Fund VIII Investor is granted the right to appoint a representative to the Advisory Board. If any representative of a Fund VIII Investor nominated by the General Partner cannot serve, another representative of such Fund VIII Investor may serve on the Advisory Board so long as initially such representative is reasonably acceptable to the General Partner. The authority of any member of the Advisory Board to participate in Advisory Board actions relating to the Partnership may be terminated by the vote of Limited Partners representing 75% in Interest of all Limited Partners at a Meeting. If the authority of a member of the Advisory Board ...
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