BAA Sample Clauses

BAA. XXXx from third parties requesting that TTUHSC El Paso sign as the BA shall be forwarded to the IPO for review before execution of the agreement or Contract.
BAA. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth in this Agreement, the Parties hereby agree that the BAA is incorporated herein by reference, shall remain in full force and effect and shall not be superseded by this Agreement; provided, however, that in the event of any irreconcilable conflict between any terms set forth in this Agreement and any terms in the BAA, the applicable terms in this Agreement shall control.
BAA. XXXx from third parties requesting that TTUHSC EP sign as the BA shall be forwarded to the IPO for review before execution of the agreement or Contract.
BAA. W&B will process all Customer Data for the purposes set forth in this Agreement and in accordance with the BAA.
BAA. Customer must enter into a Business Associate Agreement (“BAA”) with meMR. The terms of the BAA between the Parties are incorporated into and made a part of this Agreement
BAA. Buy-American (see 7 U.S.C. § 903, 7 C.F.R. 1726.15) - the federal law which requires the use of only such unmanufactured materials as have been mined or produced in the United States of America or any “eligible” (as defined in the statute) country and only such manufactured materials as have been manufactured in the United States or any eligible country substantially all (50% or more) from items mined, produced or manufactured in the United States or America or any eligible country, subject to certain exemptions. Contractor shall provide to Owner such information, documents, and certificates as may be requested by Owner or the Administrator of the Rural Utilities Service from time to time with respect to any articles, materials or supplies provided by Contractor in connection with this Contract.
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BAA. The Parties each agree to comply with the terms and conditions set forth in the Business Associate Agreement. Notwithstanding anything in the Business Associate Agreement to the contrary, Customer shall be responsible for the unauthorized use or disclosure of any protected health information (PHI) or security incident as a result of Customer's acts or omissions (including misusing or misconfiguring the Products).
BAA. In the event that the parties enter into a Service Exhibit or amend an existing Service Exhibit pursuant to which Seller may act as a “Subcontractor” of Company, as that term is defined by the regulations issued under the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”), the parties will execute the Business Associate Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit A.

Related to BAA

  • Business Associate Agreement This Agreement may require the exchange of information covered by the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”). A Business Associate Agreement (“BAA”) executed by the Parties is attached as Appendix [Letter C/D/E etc.].

  • Confidentiality and Security Section 1: Service Provider agrees that all of its employees, contractors, subcontractors, or associates will comply with all state and federal law and with TJJD policies regarding maintaining the confidentiality of TJJD youth, including, but not limited to, maintaining confidentiality of student records and identifying information.

  • Ownership and Confidentiality 3.1 Ownership. UP42 own all right, title, and interests in and to the PRODUCT, and all rights not expressly granted herein are reserved by UP42. If the PRODUCT or any portion are modified, merged, incorporated, or combined into any software, hardware, or other data, or are converted or translated into another data format, they shall continue to be subject to the rights and obligations of this LICENCE, and UP42 and/or its licensors and suppliers retain ownership of all such PRODUCT and all such portions. Licensee is prohibited from distributing the PRODUCT in any manner except as expressly permitted by this LICENCE. LICENSEE acknowledges and agrees that the foregoing license does not confer on Licensee any right, title or interest in any of UP42’s patents, licenses, trade secrets, trademarks or copyrighted material.

  • Data Protection and Confidentiality 3.1. We obtain, use, process and disclose personal data about you and data subjects (as defined in the DPA) in order that we may provide the Services and for other related purposes including updating and enhancing client records, analysis for management purposes and statutory returns, crime prevention and legal and regulatory compliance.

  • Security and Confidentiality Technical and organisational security measures must be taken by the data controller that are appropriate to the risks, such as against accidental or unlawful destruction or accidental loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access, presented by the processing. Any person acting under the authority of the data controller, including a processor, must not process the data except on instructions from the data controller.

  • Provisions for Covered Entity to Inform Business Associate of Privacy Practices and Restrictions (a) Covered Entity shall notify Business Associate of any limitation(s) in the notice of privacy practices of Covered Entity under 45 CFR 164.520, to the extent that such limitation may affect Business Associate’s use or disclosure of protected health information.

  • Integrity and Confidentiality Escrow Agent will be required to (i) hold and maintain the Deposits in a secure, locked, and environmentally safe facility, which is accessible only to authorized representatives of Escrow Agent, (ii) protect the integrity and confidentiality of the Deposits using commercially reasonable measures and (iii) keep and safeguard each Deposit for one (1) year. ICANN and Registry Operator will be provided the right to inspect Escrow Agent’s applicable records upon reasonable prior notice and during normal business hours. Registry Operator and ICANN will be provided with the right to designate a third-­‐party auditor to audit Escrow Agent’s compliance with the technical specifications and maintenance requirements of this Specification 2 from time to time. If Escrow Agent receives a subpoena or any other order from a court or other judicial tribunal pertaining to the disclosure or release of the Deposits, Escrow Agent will promptly notify the Registry Operator and ICANN unless prohibited by law. After notifying the Registry Operator and ICANN, Escrow Agent shall allow sufficient time for Registry Operator or ICANN to challenge any such order, which shall be the responsibility of Registry Operator or ICANN; provided, however, that Escrow Agent does not waive its rights to present its position with respect to any such order. Escrow Agent will cooperate with the Registry Operator or ICANN to support efforts to quash or limit any subpoena, at such party’s expense. Any party requesting additional assistance shall pay Escrow Agent’s standard charges or as quoted upon submission of a detailed request.

  • Loyalty and Confidentiality a. During the term of this Agreement Executive: (i) shall devote all his time, attention, skill, and efforts to the faithful performance of his duties hereunder; provided, however, that from time to time, Executive may serve on the boards of directors of, and hold any other offices or positions in, companies or organizations which will not present any conflict of interest with the Company and the Bank or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates, unfavorably affect the performance of Executive’s duties pursuant to this Agreement, or violate any applicable statute or regulation and (ii) shall not engage in any business or activity contrary to the business affairs or interests of the Company and the Bank.

  • Confidentiality/Privacy FTIS shall keep the Confidential Information (as defined in Section 16(a) below) of the Investment Company in confidence and will not use or disclose or allow access to or use of such Confidential Information except (A) as appropriate in connection with activities contemplated by this Agreement; (B) as required pursuant to a court order, subpoena, governmental or regulatory or self-regulatory authority or agency, law, regulation, or binding discovery request in pending litigation (provided the receiving party will provide the other party written notice of such requirement, to the extent such notice is permitted, and subject to proper jurisdiction, if applicable); (C) as requested by a governmental, regulatory or self-regulatory authority or agency in connection with an inquiry, examination, audit or other review; or (D) the information or data is relevant and material to any claim or cause of action between the parties or the defense of any claim or cause of action asserted against FTIS.

  • Confidentiality and Privacy The Training Provider must not, without the prior written approval of the Department, disclose (or permit the disclosure of) information regarding this VET Funding Contract (including details of the Funds being provided by the Department in respect of any individual) or any Confidential Information of the Department or the State, except: to the extent required under this VET Funding Contract; to the extent required by Law; to its solicitors, barristers and/or other professional advisors in order to obtain advice in relation to its rights under this VET Funding Contract, the Training Services or the Funds and provided such advisors are under a duty of confidentiality; to the extent necessary for the registration or recording of documents where required; and/or to the extent required in connection with legal proceedings, and then only to the extent strictly necessary for that purpose. The Training Provider acknowledges and agrees that: the Department may disclose or otherwise make available (whether to the public generally or to any particular person or group of persons) any and all information relating to the Training Provider and this VET Funding Contract (including Confidential Information of the Training Provider), including: course and qualification details; government subsidised fee information; details of the Funds paid; the contents of any surveys in which the Training Provider participates pursuant to Clause 4.5(j)(ii) or any employer surveys; any information that the Training Provider is required to publish on its website or otherwise make publicly available under this VET Funding Contract; details of any non-compliance by the Training Provider with this VET Funding Contract; any action taken by the Department under this VET Funding Contract; and findings and outcomes of any audits or reviews undertaken pursuant to this VET Funding Contract, as it considers reasonably appropriate to facilitate the proper operation of the Skills First Program, including as contemplated by Clause 12.3 of Schedule 1; the Department may disclose information referred to in paragraph (a), and any information regarding any suspected non-compliance by the Training Provider with this VET Funding Contract, for the purpose of satisfying its obligations under: the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Vic); the Ombudsman Act 1973 (Vic); or the Audit Act 1994 (Vic); or the requirements of Parliamentary accountability or a Minister's obligations to fulfil their duties of office; and the Department may disclose information referred to in paragraph (a) or paragraph (b) to the counterparty to any Other VET Funding Arrangement, any regulator who has responsibility for issuing or monitoring compliance with the applicable registration referred to in Clause 4.1(a), or other government entity in any jurisdiction that has an interest in the regulation and funding of the VET sector. The Training Provider must take all steps and make all efforts to assist the Department in complying with any of the obligations referred to in Clause 13.2(b). The Training Provider acknowledges that it will be bound by the Information Privacy Principles and any applicable Code of Practice with respect to any act done or practice engaged in by the Training Provider under or in connection with this VET Funding Contract in the same way and to the same extent as the Department would have been bound had it been directly done or engaged in by the Department. The Training Provider must include a standard privacy notice in all enrolment forms, in accordance with the Victorian VET Student Statistical Collection Guidelines, which advises Eligible Individuals how their data may be supplied to and used by the Department and Commonwealth VET Student Loan agencies. The Training Provider must, in collecting any Personal Information for the purposes of this VET Funding Contract, ensure that it has obtained all necessary consents for: the Training Provider to collect, use, hold and disclose that Personal Information, including by disclosing it to the Department as contemplated by this VET Funding Contract (including by way of the submission of reports under Clause 12 of Schedule 1, for the purposes of complying with Record disclosure obligations under Clause 10 and in the course of any audit, review or investigation under Clause 11); and the Department to collect, use, hold and disclose that Personal Information for the purposes of this VET Funding Contract and its operation and management of the Skills First Program, in accordance with all applicable Laws, including the PDP Act, the Health Records Act and (if applicable to the Training Provider) the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). The Training Provider must cooperate with, and provide any assistance requested by, the Department in relation to: resolving any complaint made to the Department alleging a breach of the PDP Act or the Health Records Act in relation to any Personal Information collected, used, held or disclosed by the Department that was provided to it by the Training Provider in connection with this VET Funding Contract; and providing access to or amendment of any record of Personal Information collected, used, held or disclosed in connection with this VET Funding Contract following a request from an individual made to the Department.

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