COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL Sample Clauses

COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. In accordance with Section 112 of the State Finance Law (or, if this contract is with the State University or City University of New York, Section 355 or Section 6218 of the Education Law), if this contract exceeds $50,000 (or the minimum thresholds agreed to by the Office of the State Comptroller for certain S.U.N.Y. and C.U.N.Y. contracts), or if this is an amendment for any amount to a contract which, as so amended, exceeds said statutory amount, or if, by this contract, the State agrees to give something other than money when the value or reasonably estimated value of such consideration exceeds $10,000, it shall not be valid, effective or binding upon the State until it has been approved by the State Comptroller and filed in his office. Comptroller's approval of contracts let by the Office of General Services is required when such contracts exceed $85,000 (State Finance Law Section 163.6-a). However, such pre-approval shall not be required for any contract established as a centralized contract through the Office of General Services or for a purchase order or other transaction issued under such centralized contract.
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. In accordance with Section 112 of the New York State Finance Law (the "State Finance Law"), this Agreement shall not be valid, effective or binding upon Owner until it has been approved by the State Comptroller and filed in his office.
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. In accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding dated as of August 15, 2019 by and between the Governor, the Office of State Comptroller (“State Comptroller”), the Fund and other entities, providing for State Comptroller review of certain contracts, any such covered contracts shall not be valid, effective or binding upon the State until either such contract has been approved by the State Comptroller or the allowed time period has passed without State Comptroller approval or rejection and such contracts are filed in his or her office.
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL a) In accordance with Section 112 of the State Finance Law, Section 355 of New York State Education Law, and 8 NYCRR 316, Comptroller’s approval is not required for the following contracts: (i) materials; (ii) equipment and supplies, including computer equipment; (iii) motor vehicles; (iv) construction; (v) construction-related services; (vi) printing; and (vii) goods for State University health care facilities, including contracts for goods made with joint or group purchasing arrangements.(b) Comptroller’s approval is required for the following contracts: (i) contracts for services not listed in Paragraph (3)(a) above made by a State University campus or health care facility certified by the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer, if the contract value exceeds $250,000; (ii) contracts for services not listed in Paragraph (3)(a) above made by a State University campus not certified by the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer, if the contract value exceeds $50,000; (iii) contracts for services not listed in Paragraph (3)(a) above made by health care facilities not certified by the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer, if the contract value exceeds $75,000; (iv) contracts whereby the State University agrees to give something other than money, when the value or reasonably estimated value of such consideration exceeds $10,000; (v) contracts for real property transactions if the contract value exceeds $50,000;(vi) all other contracts not listed in Paragraph 3(a) above, if the contract value exceeds $50,000, e.g. SUNY acquisition of a business and New York State Finance Article 11-B contracts and (vii) amendments for any amount to contracts not listed in Paragraph (3)(a) above, when as so amended, the contract exceeds the threshold amounts stated in Paragraph (b) herein. However, such pre- approval shall not be required for any contract established as a centralized contract through the Office of General Services or for a purchase order or other transaction issued under such centralized contract.(c) Any contract that requires Comptroller approval shall not be valid, effective or binding upon the State University until it has been approved by the Comptroller and filed in the Comptroller’s office.
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. In accordance with Section 112 of the State Finance Law (or, if this contract is with the State University or City University of New York, Section 355 or Section 6218 of the Education Law), if this contract exceeds $50,000 (or the minimum thresholds agreed to by the Office of the State Comptroller for certain S.U.N.Y. and
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. If this contract is considered an eligible contract as defined by Title 2 of NYCRR Part 206, it is subject to the New York State Comptroller’s approval, and therefore shall not be valid and enforceable until that approval has been obtained. A contract is considered “eligible” as defined by Title 2 of NYCRR Part 206, if it is not a specifically exempt contract, is executed by a state authority on or after March 1, 2010 where the aggregate consideration under the contract may reasonably be valued in excess of one million dollars, AND the contract is either (1) awarded on a single-source basis, sole-source basis or pursuant to any other method of procurement that is not a competitive procurement OR (2) supported in whole or part with funds appropriated from the Community Projects Fund (007).
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. In accordance with Section 112 of the New York State Finance Law (the “State Finance Law”), if this contract exceeds $50,000 and is not deemed a service contract, it shall not be valid, effective or binding upon LIPA until it has been approved by the State Comptroller and filed in his office.
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. By: For the New York State Comptroller Pursuant to State Finance Law §112
COMPTROLLER'S APPROVAL. In accordance with Section 112 of the State Finance Law, no contract at or above the statutory amount or amendment thereto shall be valid, effective or binding upon the State until it has been approved by the State Comptroller and filed in his office. Contractors commencing performance of any such contract or amendment before it has been approved by the State Comptroller do so at their own risk.