Contract Management. To ensure full performance of the Contract and compliance with applicable law, the System Agency may take actions including:
Contract Management. Each Party shall appoint and retain a Contract Manager who shall be the primary point of contact for the other Party in relation to matters arising from this Contract. Should the Contract Manager be replaced, the Party replacing the Contract Manager shall promptly inform the other Party in writing of the name and contact details for the new Contract Manager. Any Contract Manager appointed shall be of sufficient seniority and experience to be able to make decisions on the day to day operation of the Contract. The Supplier confirms and agrees that it will be expected to work closely and cooperate fully with the Authority’s Contract Manager. Each Party shall ensure that its representatives (to include, without limitation, its Contract Manager) shall attend review meetings on a regular basis to review the performance of the Supplier under this Contract and to discuss matters arising generally under this Contract. Each Party shall ensure that those attending such meetings have the authority to make decisions regarding the day to day operation of the Contract. Review meetings shall take place at the frequency specified in the Specification and Tender Response Document. Should the Specification and Tender Response Document not state the frequency, then the first such meeting shall take place on a date to be agreed on or around the end of the first month after the Commencement Date. Subsequent meetings shall take place at monthly intervals or as may otherwise be agreed in writing between the Parties. Two weeks prior to each review meeting (or at such time and frequency as may be specified in the Specification and Tender Response Document) the Supplier shall provide a written contract management report to the Authority regarding the provision of the Services and the operation of this Contract. Unless otherwise agreed by the Parties in writing, such contract management report shall contain: details of the performance of the Supplier when assessed in accordance with the KPIs since the last such performance report; details of any complaints from or on behalf of patients or other service users, their nature and the way in which the Supplier has responded to such complaints since the last review meeting written report; the information specified in the Specification and Tender Response Document; a status report in relation to the implementation of any current Remedial Proposals by either Party; and such other information as reasonably required by the Authority. Unless sp...
Contract Management. The Representative for each of the parties shall be responsible for and shall be the contact person for all communications and xxxxxxxx regarding the performance of this Contract. The Representative for COMMERCE and their contact information are identified on the Face Sheet of this Contract. The Representative for the Contractor and their contact information are identified on the Face Sheet of this Contract.
Contract Management. 6.1 The Department employee responsible for maintaining the contract file for this ACS is: Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, Contract Manager FL Department of Management Services Division of State Purchasing 0000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxx, Xxx. 000 Xxxxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000 Telephone: 000-000-0000 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contract Management. 1.4.01 Initiate the purchase of approved equipment purchases in the first quarter of the Contract term. Requests to purchase previously approved equipment after the first quarter must be submitted to the contract manager. Changes to the approved equipment budget category must be approved by DSHS prior to the purchase of equipment. If a Grantee would like to deviate from the approved equipment budget, a written request to amend the budget is required Standard (When Applicable)