Annual Review and Evaluation Sample Clauses

Annual Review and Evaluation. NMDOT, FHWA, and SHPO shall, on or before August 706 10th of each year, meet to review and update any changes to staff, federal or state regulations, 707 or guidance relating to work performed under this PA, assess the effectiveness of the PA, 708 and evaluate resource identification and protection activities carried out under the PA. At 709 least thirty (30) calendar days prior to the annual evaluation, NMDOT shall submit a report 710 to FHWA, ACHP, SHPO and any consulting parties. The SHPO shall review this report and 711 provide suggestions for improving the Section 106 process as defined in this PA, discuss 712 determinations of eligibility and recommendations to improve consensus if necessary; 713 concerns with determinations of effects if necessary, and recommendations for any 714 amendments to improve the effectiveness of the PA. 715
Annual Review and Evaluation. This agreement is to be reviewed annually by the Rector and Vestry. . Senior Warden Date Rector-Elect Date Bishop Date

Related to Annual Review and Evaluation

  • Annual Evaluation On or about March 1st of each year during the term of this Agreement, the Board shall review the performance of the District Superintendent for the previous year by utilizing the evaluation instrument annexed hereto as Exhibit “A”. The annual performance review of the Board shall be based upon the success in attaining the goals established by the Board and District Superintendent each year in July, and such other criteria as is set forth in the evaluation instrument. The evaluation shall be reduced to written form and presented to the District Superintendent with periodic opportunities to discuss District Superintendent-Board relationships. Upon the mutual agreement of the parties, the evaluation instrument may be modified for subsequent evaluations. The Board shall also devote a portion of one meeting during the month of December to a general discussion, in executive session, for a general discussion with respect to the District Superintendent’s performance and his working relationship with the Board. The performance evaluation prepared pursuant to this section shall be confidential, and the confidentiality of such evaluation shall be maintained by the Board and the individual members of the Board.

  • Program Monitoring and Evaluation (c) The Recipient shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, and furnish to the Association not later than six months after the Closing Date, a report of such scope and in such detail as the Association shall reasonably request, on the execution of the Program, the performance by the Recipient and the Association of their respective obligations under the Legal Agreements and the accomplishment of the purposes of the Financing.”

  • Annual Reviews The Parties shall conduct an annual detailed review of the Services then being performed by Service Provider. The annual detailed review will be included in the Annual Summit meeting. As part of this review, the Parties shall review the actual service volumes against the forecasted monthly volumes for the previous year, and forecast the service volumes for the next year. In addition, the Parties shall examine: (i) whether the Charges are consistent with DIR's forecasts, industry norms and Service Provider's representations, warranties and covenants; (ii) the quality of the performance and delivery of the Services; (iii) whether Service Provider has delivered cost saving or efficiency enhancing proposals; (iv) the level and currency of the technologies and processes employed; (v) the operations and technology strategy and direction; and (vi) such other things as DIR may reasonably require.

  • JOC EVALUATION If any materials being utilized for a project cannot be found in the RS Means Price Book, this question is what is the markup percentage on those materials? When answering this question please insert the number that represents your percentage of proposed markup. Example: if you are proposing a 30 percent markup, please insert the number "30". Remember that this is a ceiling markup. You may markup a lesser percentage to the TIPS Member customer when pricing the project, but not a greater percentage. EXAMPLE: You need special materials that are not in the RS Means Unit Price Book for a project. You would buy the materials and mark them up to the TIPS Member customer by the percentage you propose in this question. If the materials cost you, the contractor, $100 and you proposed a markup on this question for the material of 30 percent, then you would charge the TIPS Member customer $130 for the materials. No response TIPS/ESC Region 8 is required by Texas Government Code § 791 to be compensated for its work and thus, failure to agree shall render your response void and it will not be considered. Yes - No Vendor agrees to remit to TIPS the required administration fee or, if resellers are named, guarantee the fee remittance by or for the reseller named by the vendor?

  • Program Evaluation Pursuant to the Contribution Agreement, ECCC may also conduct an evaluation of the Project and related Program activities by NCC and the Land Trust. The evaluation would address issues related to the relevance and performance (i.e. effectiveness, efficiency and economy) of the Program as delivered by the NCC and the Land Trust and would address the performance of NCC and the Land Trust in achieving the outcomes identified in this Agreement. The Land Trust shall keep and provide the appropriate records and information to conduct such evaluation and cooperate with NCC and ECCC evaluators. The Land Trust agrees that such evaluation reports may be produced and made public.

  • Monitoring and Evaluation a. The AGENCY shall expeditiously provide to the COUNTY upon request, all data needed for the purpose of monitoring, evaluating and/or auditing the program(s). This data shall include, but not be limited to, clients served, services provided, outcomes achieved, information on materials and services delivered, and any other data required, in the sole discretion of the COUNTY, that may be required to adequately monitor and evaluate the services provided under this Contract. Monitoring shall be performed in accordance with the COUNTY’S established Noncompliance Standards, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference as Attachment “C”.

  • Performance Reviews The Employee will be provided with a written performance appraisal at least once per year and said appraisal will be reviewed at which time all aspects of the assessment can be fully discussed.

  • Log Reviews All systems processing and/or storing PHI COUNTY discloses to 11 CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR creates, receives, maintains, or transmits on behalf of COUNTY 12 must have a routine procedure in place to review system logs for unauthorized access.

  • Project Monitoring Reporting and Evaluation The Recipient shall furnish to the Association each Project Report not later than forty-five (45) days after the end of each calendar semester, covering the calendar semester.

  • Final Evaluation IC must submit a final report and a project evaluation to the Arts Commission within thirty (30) days after the completion of the Services. Any and all unexpended funds from IC must be returned to City no later than sixty (60) days after the completion of the Services.