Checks and Audits Sample Clauses

Checks and Audits. The parties of the agreement undertake to provide any detailed information requested by the European Commission, the National Agency of [country] or by any other outside body authorised by the European Commission or the National Agency of [country] to check that the mobility period and the provisions of the agreement are being properly implemented.
Checks and Audits. II.20.1 The co-ordinator undertakes to provide any detailed information requested by the Commission or by any other outside body authorised by the Commission to check that the action and the provisions of the agreement are being properly implemented. Where the Commission so wishes, it may request such information to be provided directly by a co-beneficiary.
Checks and Audits. II.17.1 The beneficiary undertakes to provide any detailed information requested by the Commission or by any other outside body authorised by the Commission to check that the work programme and the provisions of the agreement are being properly implemented.
Checks and Audits. 11.17.1. The Commission and the European Anti-Fraud Office (‘the OLAF’) may check or require an audit on the performance of the APA. This may be carried out either by OLAF’s own staff or by any outside body authorised to do so on its behalf. Such checks and audits may be initiated at any moment during the provision of the vaccines and up to five years starting from the payment of the balance of the last Vaccine Order Form issued under this APA. The audit procedure is initiated on the date of receipt of the relevant letter sent by the Commission. Audits are carried out on a confidential basis.
Checks and Audits. The Contractor shall provide free of charge all the detailed information requested by the Translation Centre or by an outside body of the Translation Centre’s choice with a view to checking that the contract is being properly performed. The Contractor shall keep at the Translation Centre's disposal the original or, in exceptional cases, duly authenticated copies of all documents relating to the contract for a period of five years from payment of the balance. The Translation Centre may, at any time within the period specified in the previous paragraph, arrange for an in situ visit to be carried out either by an outside body of its choice or by the Translation Centre itself. The object of such an audit shall be limited to checking that the Contractor has complied with the contract. The cost shall be borne by the Translation Centre. In order to carry out these audits, the Translation Centre and the outside bodies concerned shall at all times have total on-the-spot access, notably to the Contractor's offices and to all the information needed to check that the Contractor has complied with the contract, including information in electronic format. The European Court of Auditors and the European Anti-Fraud Office shall have the same rights as the Translation Centre, notably right of access, for the purpose of checks and audits.
Checks and Audits. II.19.1 The beneficiary undertakes to provide any detailed information requested by the Commission or by any other qualified outside body chosen by the Commission for the purposes of checking that the action and the provisions of this agreement are being properly implemented.
Checks and Audits. The parties of the agreement undertake to provide any detailed information requested by the European Commission, the National Agency of Finland or by any other outside body authorised by the European Commission or the National Agency of Finland to check that the mobility period and the provisions of the agreement are being properly implemented. Erasmus Student Charter This Student Charter highlights your rights and obligations and informs you about what you can expect from your sending and receiving organisation at each step of your mobility. Higher education institutions participating in Erasmus+ have been awarded an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education by the European Commission where they commit to support, facilitate and recognise your mobility activities. On your side, you commit to respect the rules and obligations of the Erasmus+ grant agreement that you have signed with your sending institution. Before your mobility period Once you have been selected as Erasmus+ student, you are entitled to guidance regarding the partner institutions or enterprises where you can carry out your mobility period and the activities that you can undertake there. You have the right to receive information on the distribution of grades at the receiving institution and to receive information in securing a visa, obtaining insurance and finding housing by your sending and receiving institution/enterprise. You can find the respective contacts points and information sources in the inter-institutional agreement signed between your sending and receiving institutions. You will sign a Grant Agreement with your sending institution (even if you do not receive a financial support from EU funds), and a Learning Agreement with your sending and receiving institution/enterprise. A good preparation of your Learning Agreement is key for the success of your mobility experience and to ensure recognition of your mobility period. It sets out the details of your planned activities abroad (including the credits to be earned and that will count towards your home degree). After you have been selected, you will undertake an on-line language assessment (if available in your main language of instruction/work abroad) that will allow your sending institution to offer you the most appropriate linguistic support, if necessary. You should take full advantage of this support to improve your language skills to the recommended level. During your mobility period You should take full advantage of all the learni...
Checks and Audits. The parties of the agreement undertake to provide any detailed information requested by the European Commission, the National Agency of Finland or by any other outside body authorised by the European Commission or the National Agency of Finland to check that the mobility period and the provisions of the agreement are being properly implemented. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 Additional information on the purpose of processing your personal data, what data we collect, who has access to it and how it is protected, can be found at: xxxxx://xxxxxxx-xxxx.xx.xxxxxx.xx/erasmus-and-data-protection/privacy-statement-mobility-tool
Checks and Audits. The Selected Third Party undertakes to provide any detailed information, including information in electronic format, requested by the European Commission or by any other outside body authorised by the European Commission to check that the Application Experiment and the provisions of this Agreement are being properly implemented. The Selected Third Party shall keep at the European Commission disposal all original documents, especially accounting and tax records, or, in exceptional and duly justified cases, certified copies of original documents relating to the Agreement, stored on any appropriate medium that ensures their integrity in accordance with the applicable national legislation, for a period of five years from the date of payment of the balance specified in the grant agreements. The Selected Third Party agrees that the European Commission may have an audit of the use made of the Financial Support carried out either directly by the European Commission staff or by any other outside body authorised to do so on its behalf. Such audits may be carried out throughout the period of implementation of the Agreement until the balance is paid and for a period of five years from the date of payment of the balance. Where appropriate, the audit findings may lead to recovery decisions by the European Commission. The Selected Third Party undertakes to allow European Commission staff and outside personnel authorised by the European Commission the appropriate right of access to the sites and premises of the Selected Third Party and to all the information, including information in electronic format, needed in order to conduct such audits. In accordance with Union legislation, the European Commission, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and the European Court of Auditors (ECA) may carry out spot checks and inspections of the documents of the Selected Third Party, and of any recipient of Cascade Finding, including at the premises of the Selected Third Party, in accordance with the procedures laid down by Union law for the protection of the financial interests of the Union against fraud and other irregularities. Where appropriate, the inspection findings may lead to recovery decisions by the European Commission. The Articles 22 and 23 of the Grant Agreement, also apply to the Selected Third Party.