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Code Ch. 552. If contacted by TFC, CMR will cooperate with TFC in the production of documents responsive to the request. CMR agrees to provide the documents responsive to the request in the format and within the time frame specified by TFC. CMR may request that TFC seek an opinion from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. However, the final decision whether to seek a ruling from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas will be made by TFC in its sole discretion to comply with the legal requirements of the Texas Public Information Act. Additionally, CMR will notify TFC’s general counsel within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of any third-party requests for information written, produced, collected, assembled, or maintained in connection with this Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement. This Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement and all data and other information generated or otherwise obtained in its performance is subject to the Texas Public Information Act. CMR agrees to maintain the confidentiality of information received from the State of Texas during the performance of this Agreement, including information which discloses confidential personal information particularly, but not limited to, social security numbers. Furthermore, CMR is required to make any information created or exchanged with the State pursuant to this Agreement, and not otherwise excepted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, available in a format that is accessible by the public as specified by TFC at no additional charge to the State.
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Code Ch. 114 shall apply to such unresolved claims. To the extent the terms and conditions of Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ch. 114 conflicts with the terms or conditions contained in Section 13.1.2, the terms and conditions of Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ch. 114 shall control and apply.
Code Ch. 552. If contacted by TFC, A/E will cooperate with TFC in the production of documents responsive to the request. A/E agrees to provide the documents responsive to the request in the format and within the time frame specified by TFC. A/E may request that TFC seek an opinion from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. However, the final decision whether to seek a ruling from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas will be made by TFC in its sole discretion to comply with the legal requirements of the Texas Public Information Act. Additionally, A/E will notify TFC’s general counsel within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of any third- party requests for information written, produced, collected, assembled, or maintained in connection with this Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement. This Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement and all data and other information generated or otherwise obtained in its performance is subject to the Texas Public Information Act. A/E agrees to maintain the confidentiality of information received from the State of Texas during the performance of this Agreement, including information which discloses confidential personal information particularly, but not limited to, social security numbers. Furthermore, A/E is required to make any information created or exchanged with the State pursuant to this Agreement, and not otherwise excepted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, available in a format that is accessible by the public as specified by TFC at no additional charge to the State.
Code Ch. 552. If the instruments of service produced by CMR are subject to copyright protection, CMR hereby grants to TFC a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use such and to authorize others to do so. TFC shall be further authorized to make subsequent use of any instruments of service for any and all future renovations, modifications, alterations, maintenance, repairs, and the like, of the Project. CMR shall include appropriate provisions to achieve these purposes in all Subcontracts entered into that produce information subject to copyright protection.
Code Ch. 552. If the Deliverables produced by PMF are subject to copyright protection, PMF hereby grants to TFC a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use such and to authorize others to do so. PMF shall include appropriate provisions to achieve the purpose of this condition in all subcontracts entered into that produce information subject to copyright protection.
Code Ch. 552. If the instruments of service produced by DB are subject to copyright protection, DB hereby grants to TFC a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use such and to authorize others to do so. TFC shall be further authorized to make subsequent use of any instruments of service for any and all future renovations, modifications, alterations, maintenance, repairs, and the like, of the Project. DB shall include appropriate provisions to achieve these purposes in all Subcontracts entered into that produce information subject to copyright protection.
Code Ch. 552. If contacted by TFC, DB will cooperate with TFC in the production of documents responsive to the request. DB agrees to provide the documents responsive to the request in the format and within the time frame specified by TFC. DB may request that TFC seek an opinion from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. However, the final decision whether to seek a ruling from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas will be made by TFC in its sole discretion to comply with the legal requirements of the Texas Public Information Act. Additionally, DB will notify TFC’s general counsel within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of any third- party requests for information written, produced, collected, assembled, or maintained in connection with this Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement. This Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement and all data and other information generated or otherwise obtained in its performance is subject to the Texas Public Information Act. DB agrees to maintain the confidentiality of information received from the State of Texas during the performance of this Agreement, including information which discloses confidential personal information particularly, but not limited to, social security numbers. Furthermore, DB is required to make any information created or exchanged with the State pursuant to this Agreement, and not otherwise excepted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, available in a format that is accessible by the public as specified by TFC at no additional charge to the State.
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Code Ch. 552. If contacted by TFC, PSP will cooperate with TFC in the production of documents responsive to the request. PSP agrees to provide the documents responsive to the request in the format and within the time frame specified by TFC. PSP may request that TFC seek an opinion from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. However, the final decision whether to seek a ruling from the Office of the Attorney General of Texas will be made by TFC in its sole discretion to comply with the legal requirements of the Texas Public Information Act. Additionally, PSP will notify TFC’s general counsel within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of any third- party requests for information written, produced, collected, assembled, or maintained in connection with this Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement. This Agreement and/or any amendment to this Agreement and all data and other information generated or otherwise obtained in its performance is subject to the Texas Public Information Act. PSP agrees to maintain the confidentiality of information received from the State of Texas during the performance of this Agreement, including information which discloses confidential personal information particularly, but not limited to, social security numbers. Furthermore, PSP is required to make any information created or exchanged with the State pursuant to this Agreement, and not otherwise excepted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, available in a format that is accessible by the public as specified by TFC at no additional charge to the State.
Code Ch. 552. If the instruments of service produced by CMR are subject to copyright protection, CMR hereby grants to TFC a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use such and to authorize others to do so. TFC shall be further authorized to make subsequent use of any instruments of service for any and all future renovations, modifications, alterations, maintenance, repairs, and the like, of the Project. CMR shall include appropriate provisions to achieve these purposes in all Subcontracts entered into that produce information subject to copyright protection. CMR shall promptly provide copies of all instruments of service in CMR’s possession to TFC upon completion, termination, or cancellation of this Agreement for any reason, including all copies in any form or medium specified by TFC in this Agreement, whether written, digital, or electronic.
Code Ch. 552. If the Deliverables produced by CxA are subject to copyright protection, CxA hereby grants to TFC a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use such and to authorize others to do so. CxA shall include appropriate provisions to achieve the purpose of this condition in all subcontracts entered into that produce information subject to copyright protection.
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