Collusion. In the event of falsification of time records where it is established that both the employee and the Employer or his representative had knowledge of such falsification, the employee may be disciplined, and he shall be paid for all time worked by check mailed to the Union. In such cases, where an employee receives pay for work that was not recorded on the time report, a sum equal to that amount shall be paid by the Employer to the Health and Welfare Fund. All claims under this Section shall be limited to the ninety (90) day period immediately prior to the date the claim is presented to the Employer.
Collusion. A. By signing this agreement, the Agency declares that this agreement is made without any previous understanding, agreement, or connections with any persons, contractors or corporations and that this agreement is fair, and made in good faith without any outside control, collusion, or fraud.
Collusion. The Offeror affirms that by responding to any solicitation made by Xxxxxxx County, it has not communicated directly or indirectly the response made to any competitor or any other person engaged in such line of business. Any or all responses may be rejected if the County believes that collusion exists among the Offerors, and/or the County believes prices provided by the Offerors are inappropriately unbalanced. Respondent’s Affidavit (Appendix “J”) must be included in the response.
Collusion. Collusion is a non-competitive secret or sometimes illegal agreement between rival bidders that attempts to disrupt the contract process equilibrium. Collusion involves people or companies that would typically compete, but are conspiring or working together in which the outcome results in an unfair bid advantage. The parties may collectively choose to agree to increase or decrease its product base price in one or more zones to maximize awards thus denying the public a fair price. Examples of Bid Collusion: • Cover bidding: a competitor agrees to submit a non-competitive bid that is too high to be accepted or contains terms that are unacceptable to the buyer. • Bid suppression or withdrawal: a competitor agrees not to bid or to withdraw a bid from consideration. • Market sharing: a competitor agrees to submit bids only in certain geographic areas or only to certain public organizations. • Bid rotation: competitors agree to take turns at winning business while monitoring their market shares to ensure they all have a predetermined market share. Bidders or vendors who have been found to have engaged in collusion will be considered nonresponsive, and will be suspended or barred from bid participation. Any contract award resulting from collusive bidding may be terminated for default. Further, any collusion that is detected by the FSA may be reported to relevant law enforcement and/or prosecutorial agencies. Bidders may submit multiple bids without conflict of collusion if the bid submitted is not from the same manufacturer and product line. Dealers which share the same ownership may submit multiple bids without conflict of collusion if the bidders are not in the same region featuring the same manufacturer and product line.
Collusion. A. An Operator and/or applicant shall not conspire, attempt to conspire, or commit any other act of collusion, with any other Operator or applicant for the purpose of secretly, or otherwise, establishing an unfair understanding regarding rates or conditions to the Agreement that would bring about any unfair condition which could be prejudicial to the SBSD, the motoring public, or other Operator(s). Examples of “collusion” include, but are not limited to: conspiracy by any Operator(s) to establish artificially high or low rate(s) for services performed pursuant to the Agreement, conspiracy or attempt to circumvent the midterm review process, and the like.
Collusion where a person improperly colludes with others to circumvent, undermine or otherwise ignore rules, policies or guidance.
Collusion. A. An operator and/or applicant shall not conspire, attempt to conspire, or commit any other act of collusion with any other operator or applicant for the purpose of secretly, or otherwise, establishing an understanding regarding rates or conditions to the TSA that would bring about any unfair condition which could be prejudicial to the CHP, the motoring public, or other operators.