CONTRACTOR SCOPE. Procedure: Contractor will perform propagation model optimization drive testing before issuing the Preliminary Design. The sites will be identified in communication with the site acquisition contractor to allow for simultaneous model optimization and site evaluation. The following minimum number of sites will be drive tested for each category: Urban [***] Suburban [***] Rural (w/foliage) [***] Rural (w/o foliage) [***] (where applicable) Contractor will identify slope and intercept and determine standard deviation on the error between measurement and preparation model optimization. An effort will be made to keep this error in the 8dB range for determination of optimal slope and intercept. Search rings will be issued based on study of existing structures, friendly sites, co-locations and zoning criteria in order to minimize site acquisition cost and timeline. An initial study of the existing structures and land will be performed with site acquisition. Deliverable: Search rings will have a cover letter listing map name, site ID, latitude, longitude, minimum and maximum radiation center site name, target AGL (above ground level). Search rings will be released on copies of USGS 7 1/2 minute quad maps. Search ring information may change according to acquisition request. Site coverage objectives will accompany the search ring. A map will also be issued identifying the surrounding site locations. Contractor will create an optimized model with zero mean error, slope and intercept for the four (4) site categories described above with associated * Confidential Treatment Requested standard deviation on the prediction error. Contractor will document results in the Preliminary Design report used for all subsequent propagation analyses.
CONTRACTOR SCOPE. Contractor shall provide the County with the following services: Web Site Content Management System and Web Site Hosting Web Site User Support and Training Services Relationship Management Services Professional Web Site Design Services Web Site Transition Services Custom Web Site and Web Application Development Services Optional eGovernment Contractor Services CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES Web site content management system and Web site hosting Civica CMS Throughout the term of the Agreement, Contractor shall support, continuously enhance and provide the County with a fully-hosted instance of Contractor’s Content Management System (CMS) operating on servers and network hardware dedicated to the County’s use. The County’s dedicated CMS shall be architected with sufficient capacity to host all existing and future County Web Sites in compliance with Agreement Web Site Performance and Service Level requirements. The County has an unlimited, all-inclusive, perpetual license to use this instance of Contractor’s CMS to develop and host an unlimited number of County Subsites and Branded pages for access by an unlimited number of end users, site visitors, page views and interfaces to fulfill County business. Throughout the duration of this Agreement, unless agreed upon by the County in writing, Contractor’s CMS shall include Out-of-the-Box eGovernment Modules, development tools and capabilities that will enable business staff to easily build and maintain effective Web Sites that meet Countywide constituent online service needs. Contractor’s CMS shall support content sharing between the Web Site and be configurable to share information/content, mix content and have multiple content streams within a Module that use the same features with different information. CMS functionality shall include, but not be limited to the following capabilities and Modules: Administration and Management Interface The Contractor’s CMS shall have an administrative interface where County System Administrators can configure and manage Site and Subsite setup, user permissions, Modules, content and administrative usage activity via a multi-tiered delegated administration model. This includes capability to designate an unlimited number of Site Administrator’s to manage a Site’s and Subsite’s global configuration, navigation, information architecture, taxonomy, search, user accounts, workflow setup and workflow queues. Each Subsite shall be capable of having an unlimited number of Subsite Administ...
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CONTRACTOR SCOPE. Contractor shall provide the County with the following services:


  • By Contractor Should the Contractor be liable for any payments to the State hereunder, interest, late payment charges and collection fee charges will be determined and assessed pursuant to Section 18 of the State Finance Law.

  • The Contractor must 16.1.1. treat all Authority Protected Information as confidential and safeguard it accordingly, implementing appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect Authority Protected Information against disclosure;

  • Contractor Compliance Contractor represents and warrants to pay, at its sole expense, for all applicable permits, licenses, tariffs, tolls and fees to give all notices and comply with all laws, ordinances, rules and regulations of any governmental entity in conjunction with the performance of obligations under the Contract. Prior to award and during the Contract term and any renewals thereof, Contractor must establish to the satisfaction of the Commissioner that it meets or exceeds all requirements of the Bid/Contract and any applicable laws, including but not limited to, permits, insurance coverage, licensing, proof of coverage for worker’s compensation, and shall provide such proof as required by the Commissioner. Failure to do so may constitute grounds for the Commissioner to cancel or suspend this Contract, in whole or in part, or to take any other action deemed necessary by the Commissioner.

  • Contractor If COUNTY elects to renegotiate this Agreement due to reduced or terminated 20 funding, CONTRACTOR shall not be obligated to accept the renegotiated terms.

  • CONTRACT SCOPE Pursuant to this Master Contract, Contractor is authorized to sell and provide only those Goods and/or Services set forth in Exhibit A – Included Goods/Services for the prices set forth in Exhibit B – Prices. Contractor shall not represent to any Purchaser under this Master Contract that Contractor has contractual authority to sell or provide any Goods and/or Services beyond those set forth in Exhibit A – Included Goods/Services.

  • Project Scope The physical scope of the Project shall be limited to only those capital improvements as described in Appendix A of this Agreement. In the event that circumstances require a change in such physical scope, the change must be approved by the District Committee, recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes, and provided to the OPWC Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.

  • Contractor Staff All employees of the Contractor, or of its subcontractors, who perform Project Based IT Consulting Services under the resulting Authorized User Agreement, shall possess the necessary qualifications, training, licenses, and permits as may be required within the jurisdiction where the services specified are to be provided or performed, and shall be legally entitled to work in such jurisdiction. All persons, corporations, or other legal entities that perform Services under the Contract on behalf of Contractor shall, in performing the Services, comply with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws concerning employment in the United States. The following requirements shall apply in addition to the requirements of Appendix B, section 42, Employees, Subcontractors and Agents, unless otherwise agreed to by the Authorized User: Staffing Changes

  • Subcontractor compliance The Recipient is responsible for Subrecipient compliance with the requirements of this clause and may be held liable for unpaid wages due Subrecipient workers.

  • Contractor Services It is understood that the City enters into this Agreement based on the special abilities of the Contractor and that this Agreement shall be considered an agreement for personal services. Accordingly, the Contractor shall neither assign any responsibilities nor delegate any duties arising under this Agreement without the prior written consent of the City.

  • Contractor Personnel In addition to the rights set forth in paragraph 7, County’s project manager shall have the right to require the removal and replacement of any of Contractor’s personnel from providing services to County under this Contract. County’s project manager shall notify Contractor’s project manager in writing of such action. Contractor shall accomplish the removal of the specified personnel within one (1) calendar day after written notice by County’s project manager. County is not required to provide any reason, rationale or factual information in the event it elects to request the removal of any of Contractor’s personnel from providing services to County under this Contract.