Coordinated Sample Clauses

Coordinated. The strategies are coordinated - with PARTNERS working collaboratively, sharing information, and aligning policies across programs to ensure efficiency and enhanced access.  Common intake procedures  Aligning terminologyIntegrating technology  Targeted outreachEnhancing access to available servicesImproving data sharing and analysis  Sharing knowledge to facilitate referralsIncreasing co-enrollment of PARTNER-program participants Proactive: The strategies are proactive - anticipating future problems, needs, and changes.  Coordinating policy developmentPublic sector partnershipsDeveloping and implementing sector strategiesPromoting and targeting high wage, high skill, and high demand jobs  Developing career pathways  Aligning education, credentialing, and placementExpanding work-based learning opportunitiesPlanning for the impacts of disruptive technology and innovation  Increasing school careers and workforce professionals’ knowledge and exposure to the job opportunities in Nebraska Responsive and Adaptable: The strategies are responsive and adaptable - continuously improving to meet the changing needs of jobseekers and employers.  Coordinating funding streamsAssessing systems collaboratively to ensure continuous improvement  Coordinating with local and regional areas  Targeted distribution of available funding streams  Targeted acquisition of new funding streams and other resources  Working closely with each WIOA-designated region  Promoting career readiness  Continuous improvement of workforce development strategiesContinued development and dissemination of online resources The American Job Center provides jobseekers, including individuals with barriers to employment, such as individuals with disabilities, with the skills and credentials necessary to secure and advance in employment with family-sustaining wages. Additionally, the AJC enables employers to easily identify and hire skilled workers and access other supports, including education and training for their current workforce. Further, comprehensive evaluations support continuous improvement of the AJC by identifying which strategies work better for different populations. The One-Stop Center network and PARTNER programs are organized to provide high-quality services to individuals and employers. The GLWDB, the One Stop System Operator and the one stop PARTNERs must increase coordination of programs and resources to support a comprehensive system that s...
Coordinated. Services shall be coordinated within and between all provider agencies, purchasers, service users and carers.
Coordinated. The comprehensive/master plan will coordinate the various elements, such as transportation, land use, community facilities, that must come together in order to provide for the desired quality of life.
Coordinated. The strategies are coordinated - with PARTNERS working collaboratively, sharing information, and aligning policies across programs to ensure efficiency and enhanced access. Common intake procedures Aligning terminology Integrating technology Targeted outreach Enhancing access to available services Improving data sharing and analysis Sharing knowledge to facilitate referrals Increasing co-enrollment of PARTNER-program participants Proactive: The strategies are proactive - anticipating future problems, needs, and changes. Coordinating policy development Public sector partnerships Developing and implementing sector strategies Promoting and targeting high wage, high skill, and high demand jobs Developing career pathways Aligning education, credentialing, and placement Expanding work-based learning opportunities Planning for the impacts of disruptive technology and innovation Increasing school careers and workforce professionals’ knowledge and exposure to the job opportunities in Nebraska Responsive and Adaptable: The strategies are responsive and adaptable - continuously improving to meet the changing needs of jobseekers and employers. Coordinating funding streams Assessing systems collaboratively to ensure continuous improvement Coordinating with local and regional areas Targeted distribution of available funding streams Targeted acquisition of new funding streams and other resources Working closely with each WIOA-designated region Promoting career readiness Continuous improvement of workforce development strategies Continued development and dissemination of online resources The American Job Center provides jobseekers, including individuals with barriers to employment, such as individuals with disabilities, with the skills and credentials necessary to secure and advance in employment with family-sustaining wages. Additionally, the AJC enables employers to easily identify and hire skilled workers and access other supports, including education and training for their current workforce. Further, comprehensive evaluations support continuous improvement of the AJC by identifying which strategies work better for different populations. The One-Stop Center network and PARTNER programs are organized to provide high-quality services to individuals and employers. The GLWDB, the One Stop System Operator and the one stop PARTNERs must increase coordination of programs and resources to support a comprehensive system that seamlessly provides integrated services that are acce...

Related to Coordinated

  • Coordination The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall confer regularly to coordinate the planning, scheduling and performance of preventive and corrective maintenance on the Large Generating Facility and the Attachment Facilities. The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall keep NYISO fully informed of the preventive and corrective maintenance that is planned, and shall schedule all such maintenance in accordance with NYISO procedures.

  • Project Team To accomplish Owner’s objectives, Owner intends to employ a team concept in connection with the construction of the Project. The basic roles and general responsibilities of team members are set forth in general terms below but are more fully set forth in the Design Professional Contract with respect to the Design Professional, in the Program Management Agreement with any Program Manager, and in this Contract with respect to the Contractor.

  • Coordinators As of the Effective Date, each Party shall appoint and provide written notice to the other Party pursuant to Section 14.1, of the name, title and contact information for an individual who shall be a current officer or employee of such Party or an Affiliate thereof and shall serve as such Party’s primary contact with respect to issues that may arise out of the scope or performance of this Agreement (each, a “Coordinator”). The Parties may replace their respective Coordinator by giving notice pursuant Section 14.1 to the other Party stating the name, title and contact information for the new Coordinator. Subject to Section 7.7, each Coordinator will have primary responsibility on behalf of its respective Party, to communicate and coordinate with the other Coordinator with respect to this Agreement. The Coordinators shall meet, either in person or telephonically, from time to time as necessary or appropriate to discuss open issues related to this Agreement and performance hereunder. In the event there is an open issue that is time critical (in the reasonable judgment of the requesting Coordinator) or a dispute arises between the Parties under this Agreement, the Coordinators shall meet as soon as reasonably practicable and shall use reasonable efforts and work together in good faith to resolve any disagreements or disputes between the Parties as expeditiously as possible.

  • Project Management and Coordination The Engineer shall coordinate all subconsultant activity to include quality of and consistency of work and administration of the invoices and monthly progress reports. The Engineer shall coordinate with necessary local entities.

  • Project Coordination The Engineer shall coordinate all subconsultant activity to include quality and consistency of deliverables and administration of the invoices and monthly progress reports. The Engineer shall coordinate with necessary local entities.

  • Project Management Plan 3.2.1 Developer is responsible for all quality assurance and quality control activities necessary to manage the Work, including the Utility Adjustment Work. Developer shall undertake all aspects of quality assurance and quality control for the Project and Work in accordance with the approved Project Management Plan, Good Industry Practice and applicable Law.

  • Screening All drug screening tests shall be conducted by medical laboratories certified by the Department of Health and Human Services or certified by a DHHS recognized certification program. No test shall be considered positive until it has been confirmed by a Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry full scan test or its equivalent. The procedures utilized by the City and testing laboratory shall include an evidentiary chain of custody control. All procedures shall be outlined in writing and this outline shall be followed in all situations arising under this Article. The split sample method of collection shall be used and shall follow prescribed testing procedures. Collection of samples for all random testing shall take place in the police department.

  • Program Management 1.1.01 Implement and operate an Immunization Program as a Responsible Entity

  • Scheduling i) The designated employer will provide the employee with their schedule of shifts in accordance with the collective agreement for both homes. [Insert the split/sharing of shift numbers here] Similarly, the employee will submit all requests for time off including vacation to the designated employer in accordance with the collective agreement.

  • Program Managers See Section 14.1.