Build Sample Clauses

Build. Out of Des Moines and Omaha MTAs. Manager's obligation to complete the network build-out as described in Exhibit 2.1 for the Des Moines and Omaha MTAs is material to Sprint PCS' compliance with the 10-year minimum pops coverage requirement under the License for such MTAs, as required by the FCC and, therefore, is a material term of the Management Agreement.
Build. CONA will provide certain of the Services described in Exhibit A directly, and will coordinate and manage the provision of all Services described in Exhibit A that are performed by Vendors. Build phase Services include governance, business process management, and standards for the build process; planning, design, development and testing of the CONA System; building required infrastructure; acquiring necessary licenses; and integration and performance testing. Build phase Services do not include business support. The respective roles and responsibilities of CONA and Bottler with respect to Build phase Services are set forth in Exhibit A.
Build. During the Setup phase (as defined in the SOW), Provider will invest in the System design (as set forth in the SOW), importing the System, set-up, training, supplying raw material, install and check the system and more (together the “BUILD”) as stipulated in Appendix C - Xxxx of Materials and Prices (the “BOM”) to BUILD the Project. It is noted that Provider’s estimate of the initial investment for the Build phase is 8,000,000 US$.
Build. The Build stage includes data conversions, development of interfaces, development of Accela Event Manager Scripts and custom report development. It comprises all of the additional critical activities outside of solution foundation that has been configured for the Agency. Similar to the Configuration Stage, it is critical that appropriate agency representatives are involved in each step of the process to ensure success. Data conversion of historic/legacy data from Agency systems is a critical activity for the success of this project. The Accela team is highly experienced in planning for and executing these activities and will work closely with Agency staff to ensure a successful transition of data. Specifically, the Accela team will work with Agency to understand the data sources, how they are used, where their data will be stored in Accela Automation and the quality of that data. Often multiple sources store and manage similar information and decisions need to be made about the authoritative source. It is also common to find that data sources have not had strong controls and the accuracy is questionable or there is missing data. There are techniques and tools that Accela may recommend to understand the current state of Agency data so that decisions can be made about data quality and what to convert. Upon completion of the data analysis, mapping of historical/legacy data sources may begin with Accela’s mapping tool and conversion iterations performed as outlined in the Project Plan. Accela provides release notes during these conversion tests to verify data is being transferred correctly (e.g., number of records and expected values in fields). Accela will lead the conversion effort and specifically assist in the following areas: data mapping, script development for conversion, assistance in data testing and validation, and with the planning and execution of the final data conversion. For conversions, it is expected and anticipated that the Agency will provide resources knowledgeable with the historical data to facilitate in the data migration/conversion effort. The required data mapping effort will be a conducted by Agency personnel with assistance from the Accela. Once the data mapping has been defined, Accela will ask that a representative of the Agency sign off on the data maps. Accela will be responsible for the data conversion programs to load data from the staging tables to the Accela Automation database. PLEASE REFER TO APPENDIX B FOR SPECIFIC ASSUMPT...
Build. The State shall provide the Local Government electronic (PDF) copies of the Project design plans for review and comment in conjunction with the State’s review of each submittal. The Local Government will submit any review comments to the State within 5 days of the date of electronic transmittal. Payment by the Local Government to the State by November 30, 2015 (100%): $1,180,000.00 This is an estimate. The final amount of Local Government participation will be based on actual costs. Project Location Maps Figure 1 - General Project Location Map Figure 2 - Project Limits Map Option Work Intersection Improvements Camp Wisdom Intersection Improvements Xxxx Xxxx / Xxxx Creek Parkway Intersection Improvements New York Avenue Intersection Improvements
Build. A-BEAR shall indemnify and hold harmless HA Logistics from and against all loss, damage, fines, expenses, actions and claims for injury to persons (including injury resulting in death) and damage to property where such loss, damage or injury is proximately caused by acts or omissions of BUILD-A-BEAR, its agent or employees, except to the extent such injury or damage is caused by or contributed to by the negligence of HA Logistics, its agents or employees, or is beyond the control of BUILD-A-BEAR.
Build. Build serves as the fourth stage in the lifecycle, and execution of this stage overlaps Configuration, but ends after Configuration is complete. During the Build stage, all defined elements during the Analysis stage beyond the Solution Foundation will be implemented. This includes conversions, event scripts, interfaces and reports.