ALL SALES Sample Clauses

ALL SALES. The 2% ACT fee is split equally between the DoD Component whose customer places the order and the DoD Component that manages the ESI agreement. In other words, any Air Force order against an ESI agreement managed by the Navy results in a 1% portion of the 2% fee being returned to the Air Force acquisition organization (listed under Air Force Sales). The Navy will retain the entire 2% fee under orders issued for Navy activities or those activities that do not collect a fee under the ESI agreements managed by the Navy. The contractor is responsible for distributing the ACT fee to all applicable Services in accordance with the instructions herein. The amount of ACT Fee due the Navy shall be calculated at 1% for Army sales, 1% for Air Force sales, 1% for DLA sales, 1% for DISA sales and 2% for all other sales. Remit ACT Fee to the address provided below by corporate or cashier’s check made payable to “Treasurer of the United States”. No transmittal letter is required with submission of Navy fee checks. Checks must include the following information to ensure proper crediting of the payment: BPA N00104-02-A-ZE83 DoD Microsoft Enterprise Software Agreement ACT Fee For US Postal Service mail or USPS Express Mail, send check to: SPAWARSYSCEN PACIFIC Attn: Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Code 55190, Building 91 00000 Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxx Xxxxx, XX 00000-0000 For Federal Express, United Parcel Service, DHL or Other Courier Services, send check to: SPAWARSYSCEN PACIFIC Shipping and Receiving Receiving Officer (OT 7) Attn: Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Code 55190, Building 91 0000 Xxxxxxx Xxx. Xxx Xxxxx, XX 00000 Email a copy of the check to the SPM: Xxxxx.Xxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxx
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ALL SALES. In the event you elect to sell any Shares pursuant to Section 16 of the Agreement, the following procedures must be followed:
ALL SALES. The 2% ACT fee is split equally between the DoD Component whose customer places the order and the DoD Component that manages the ESI agreement. In other words, any Air Force orders against an ESI agreement managed by the DISA results in one half (or 1%) of the 2% fee being returned to the Air Force acquisition organization (listed under Air Force Sales). DISA will retain the entire 2% fee under orders issued for DISA activities or those activities that do not collect a fee under the ESI agreements managed by DISA. The contractor is responsible for distributing the ACT fee to all applicable Services in accordance with the instructions herein. The amount of ACT Fee due the FMO shall be calculated at 1% for Army sales, 1% for Air Force sales, 1% for DLA sales, 1% for Navy sales and 2% for all other sales. The contractor shall remit ACT Fee to the address provided below by corporate or cashiers check made payable to “Treasurer of the United States” noted with the following information: BPA HC1028-11-A-0100 DoD Carahsoft Technology Corporation Enterprise Software Agreement for CollabNet Products/Services Quarterly ACT Fee The Vendor shall for all sales checks include a DISA transmittal letter using the DISA Sales Transmittal Letter Format provided below, which contains mailing addresses and instructions. D:\Documents and Settings\Lauren.Onei
ALL SALES. The 2% ACT fee is split equally between the DoD Component whose customer places the order and the DoD component that manages the ESI agreement. For example, an Air Force order issued against an ESI agreement managed by the Navy results in one half (or 1%) of the 2% fee being returned to the Air Force acquisition organization (listed under Air Force Sales). DISA will retain the entire 2% fee under orders issued for DISA activities or those activities that do not collect a fee under the ESI agreements managed by DISA. The contractor is responsible for distributing the ACT fee to all applicable services in accordance with the instructions herein. The amount of ACT fee due DISA shall be calculated at 1% for Army sales, 1% for Air Force sales, 1% for DLA sales, 1% for Navy sales, and 2% for all other sales. The contractor shall remit ACT fee to the address provided below by corporate or cashiers check made payable to “Treasurer of the United States” noted with the following information: BPA HC1028-14-A-0003 DoD DLT Solutions, Inc. / Red Hat, Inc. Enterprise Software Agreement Quarterly ACT Fee ****Checks must be accompanied by a transmittal letter that cites the applicable accounting data to ensure proper crediting of the payment. Send check and transmittal letter to: DFAS-CO Finance and Accounting Office Attn: Disbursement Office (Xxx Xxxxxxxx) 0000 Xxxx Xxxxx Xx., Xxxx. 00 Columbus, Ohio 43213 Provide copies of this letter and check electronically to: xxxxxxx.xxxxxx.civ@xxxx.xxx

Related to ALL SALES

  • Net Sales The term “

  • Product Sales Subject to Sections 10.3(c) and 10.3(d), Licensee agrees that it will not sell, offer for sale, or assist third parties (including Affiliates) in selling Product except for the sale and offer for sale of (A) TAF Product, TAF Combination Product, TDF Product and TDF Combination Product for use in the Field and in the countries of the TDF-TAF Territory, (B) COBI Product and COBI Combination Product for use in the Field and in the countries of the COBI Territory, and (C) EVG Product, EVG Combination Product and Quad Product for use in the Field and in the countries of the EVG-Quad Territory.‌

  • Gross Sales Notwithstanding anything in the Lease to the contrary the definition of Gross Sales shall be as follows:

  • Contract Quarterly Sales Reports The Contractor shall submit complete Quarterly Sales Reports to the Department’s Contract Manager within 30 calendar days after the close of each State fiscal quarter (the State’s fiscal quarters close on September 30, December 31, March 31, and June 30). Reports must be submitted in MS Excel using the DMS Quarterly Sales Report Format, which can be accessed at xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/business_operations/ state_purchasing/vendor_resources/quarterly_sales_report_format. Initiation and submission of the most recent version of the Quarterly Sales Report posted on the DMS website is the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification from the Department’s Contract Manager. If no orders are received during the quarter, the Contractor must email the DMS Contract Manager confirming there was no activity.

  • Gross Receipts The entire amount of all receipts, determined on a cash basis, from (a) tenant rentals collected pursuant to tenant leases of apartment units, for each month during the term hereof; provided that there shall be excluded from tenant rentals any tenant security deposits (except as provided below); (b) cleaning, tenant security and damage deposits forfeited by tenants in such period; (c) laundry and vending machines income; (d) any and all other receipts from the operation of the Project received and relating to the period in question; (e) proceeds from rental interruption insurance, but not any other insurance proceeds or proceeds from third-party damage claims, and (f) any other sums and charges collected in connection with termination of the tenant leases. Gross Receipts also does not include the proceeds of (i) any sale, exchange, refinancing, condemnation, or other disposition of all or any part of the Project, (ii) any loans to Owner whether or not secured by all or any part of the Project, (iii) any capital expenditures or funds deposited to cover costs of operations made by Owner, and (iv) any insurance policy (other than rental interruption insurance or proceeds from third-party damage claims).

  • Net Sales Proceeds In the case of a transaction described in clause (A) of the definition of Sale, the proceeds of any such transaction less the amount of selling expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Company, including all real estate commissions, closing costs and legal fees and expenses. In the case of a transaction described in clause (B) of such definition, Net Sales Proceeds means the proceeds of any such transaction less the amount of selling expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Company, including any legal fees and expenses and other selling expenses incurred in connection with such transaction. In the case of a transaction described in clause (C) of such definition, Net Sales Proceeds means the proceeds of any such transaction actually distributed to the Company from the Joint Venture less the amount of any selling expenses, including legal fees and expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Company (other than those paid by the Joint Venture). In the case of a transaction or series of transactions described in clause (D) of the definition of Sale, Net Sales Proceeds means the proceeds of any such transaction (including the aggregate of all payments under a Mortgage or in satisfaction thereof other than regularly scheduled interest payments) less the amount of selling expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Company, including all commissions, closing costs and legal fees and expenses. In the case of a transaction described in clause (E) of such definition, Net Sales Proceeds means the proceeds of any such transaction less the amount of selling expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Company, including any legal fees and expenses and other selling expenses incurred in connection with such transaction. In the case of a transaction described in the last sentence of the definition of Sale, Net Sales Proceeds means the proceeds of such transaction or series of transactions less all amounts generated thereby which are reinvested in one or more Assets within 180 days thereafter and less the amount of any real estate commissions, closing costs, and legal fees and expenses and other selling expenses incurred by or allocated to the Company in connection with such transaction or series of transactions. Net Sales Proceeds shall also include any consideration (including non-cash consideration such as stock, notes, or other property or securities) that the Company determines, in its discretion, to be economically equivalent to proceeds of a Sale, valued in the reasonable determination of the Company. Net Sales Proceeds shall not include any reserves established by the Company in its sole discretion.

  • Royalty Statements The Licensees shall provide Shengqu with a statement within ten (10) Business Days of the end of each calendar month during the Term of this Agreement.

  • Quarterly Sales Reports The Contractor shall submit a completed Quarterly Sales Report electronically, in the required format, to the Department’s Contract Manager within thirty (30) calendar days after close of each quarter. The quarterly sales report can be found here: xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/business_operations/ state_purchasing/vendor_resources/quarterly_sales_report_format. The Contract Quarterly Sales Report will include all sales and orders associated with this Contract from Customers received during the reporting period. Initiation and submission of the Sales Report is the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification from the DMS Contract Manager. Failure to provide the quarterly sales report will result in the imposition of financial consequences and may result in the Contractor being found in default and the termination of the Contract. Initiation and submission of the quarterly sales report are the responsibility of the Contractor without prompting or notification by the Department. Sales will be reviewed on a quarterly basis. If no sales are recorded during the period, the Contractor must submit a report stating that there was no activity. If no sales are recorded in two consecutive quarters, the Contractor may be placed in probationary status or the Department may terminate the Contract. Quarter 1 – (July-September) – due 30 calendar days after the close of the period Quarter 2 – (October-December) – due 30 calendar days after the close of the period Quarter 3 – (January-March) – due 30 calendar days after the close of the period Quarter 4 – (April-June) due 30 calendar days after the close of the period Exceptions may be made if a delay in submitting reports is attributable to circumstances that are clearly beyond the control of the Contractor. The burden of proof of unavoidable delay shall rest with the Contractor and shall be supplied in a written form and submitted to the Department. The Department reserves the right to request additional sales information as needed.

  • Gross Revenue 16.1.1 For the purposes of this PPP Agreement and its Schedules, Gross Revenue shall be defined as:

  • Gross Revenues All revenues, receipts, and income of any kind derived directly or indirectly by Lessee from or in connection with the Hotel (including rentals or other payments from tenants, lessees, licensees or concessionaires but not including their gross receipts receipts and not including rentals or other payments under Space Leases) whether on a cash basis or credit, paid or collected, determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, excluding, however: (i) funds furnished by Lessor, (ii) federal, state and municipal excise, sales, and use taxes collected directly from patrons and guests or as a part of the sales price of any goods, services or displays, such as gross receipts, admissions, cabaret or similar or equivalent taxes and paid over to federal, state or municipal governments, (iii) the amount of all credits, rebates or refunds to customers, guests or patrons, and all service charges, finance charges, interest and discounts attributable to charge accounts and credit cards, to the extent the same are paid to Lessee by its customers, guests or patrons, or to the extent the same are paid for by Lessee to, or charged to Lessee by, credit card companies, (iv) gratuities or service charges actually paid to employees, (v) proceeds of insurance and condemnation, (vi) proceeds from sales other than sales in the ordinary course of business, (vii) all loan proceeds from financing or refinancings of the Hotel or interests therein or components thereof, (viii) judgments and awards, except any portion thereof arising from normal business operations of the Hotel, and (ix) items constituting “allowances” under the Uniform System.