Audit by Contractor Sample Clauses

Audit by Contractor. The Contractor must provide the State’s Contract Administrator with an annual Attestation of Compliance or a Report on Compliance showing the contractor is in compliance with the PCI Data Security Standard. The Contractor must notify the State’s Contract Administrator of all failures to comply with the PCI Data Security Standard.
Audit by Contractor. Except as provided elsewhere in these Subcontract Documents, Contractor shall not have the right to audit the books and records of Subcontractor.

Related to Audit by Contractor

  • By Contractor Should the Contractor be liable for any payments to the State hereunder, interest, late payment charges and collection fee charges will be determined and assessed pursuant to Section 18 of the State Finance Law.

  • Termination by Contractor Contractor may, at its option, terminate this Contract upon the failure of MPS to pay any amount, which may become due hereunder for a period of sixty (60) days following submission of appropriate billing and supporting documentation. Upon said termination, Contractor shall be paid the compensation due for all services rendered through the date of termination including any retainage.

  • Default by Contractor To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, failure to comply with any of the terms and/or conditions of this Contract, including these General Conditions, shall constitute default by Contractor and grounds for termination of this Contract. Contractor shall be liable for any and all damages suffered by District due to the failure by Contractor or Contractor’s subcontractor(s) to comply with this Contract.

  • SERVICES BY CONTRACTOR'S OWN STAFF 8.1. The services to be performed hereunder shall be performed by CONTRACTOR's own staff, unless otherwise authorized in writing by the OWNER. The employment of, contract with, or use of the services of any other person or firm by CONTRACTOR, as independent contractor or otherwise, shall be subject to the prior written approval of the OWNER. No provision of this Agreement shall, however, be construed as constituting an agreement between the OWNER and any such other person or firm. Nor shall anything contained herein be deemed to give any such party or any third party any claim or right of action against the OWNER beyond such as may otherwise exist without regard to this Agreement.

  • Indemnification by Contractor To the fullest extent permitted by law, the CONTRACTOR agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the COUNTY and its departments, elected and appointed officials, employees, agents and volunteers, harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, losses and expenses, including but not limited to court costs, attorney’s fees and alternative dispute resolution costs, for any personal injury, for any bodily injury, sickness, disease or death and for any damage to or destruction of any property (including the loss of use resulting therefrom) which 1) are caused in whole or in part by any action or omission, negligent or otherwise, of the CONTRACTOR, its employees, agents or volunteers or CONTRACTOR’s subcontractors and their employees, agents or volunteers; or 2) are directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from, or in connection with performance of this Contract; or 3) are based upon the CONTRACTOR’S or its subcontractors’ use of, presence upon or proximity to the property of the COUNTY. This indemnification obligation of the CONTRACTOR shall not apply in the limited circumstance where the claim, damage, loss or expense is caused by the sole negligence of the COUNTY. This indemnification obligation of the CONTRACTOR shall not be limited in any way by the Washington State Industrial Insurance Action RCW Title 51, or by application of any other workmen’s compensation act, disability benefit act or other employee benefit act, and the CONTRACTOR hereby expressly waives any immunity afforded by such acts. The foregoing indemnification obligations of the CONTRACTOR are a material inducement to COUNTY to enter into the Contract, are reflected in the CONTRACTOR’s compensation, and have been mutually negotiated by the parties.

  • Contractor’s Duties The Contractor shall perform all duties described in this Contract to the satisfaction of the State. Representations and Warranties Under Minn. Stat. §§ 15.061 and 16C.03, subd. 3, and other applicable law the State is empowered to engage such assistance as deemed necessary. Contractor warrants that it is duly qualified and shall perform its obligations under this Contract in accordance with the commercially reasonable standards of care, skill, and diligence in Contractor’s industry, trade, or profession, and in accordance with the specifications set forth in this Contract, to the satisfaction of the State. Contractor warrants that it possesses the legal authority to enter into this Contract and that it has taken all actions required by its procedures, by-laws, and applicable laws to exercise that authority, and to lawfully authorize its undersigned signatory to execute this Contract, or any part thereof, and to bind Contractor to its terms.

  • Contractor A person or entity who submits a Bid and who executes a Contract.

  • Contract Work The provision of goods and services identified in the Contract constitute the contract work (Contract Work). Contractor shall perform the Contract Work pursuant to the terms of the Contract. Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, services, appliances, and appurtenances for the Contract Work in strict conformity with this Contract, within the time-period prescribed by the City.