Coordinator. The Contractor shall employ an IS Coordinator who is dedicated full-time to the Contractor’s Indiana Medicaid product lines. This individual will oversee the Contractor’s Hoosier Healthwise information system(s) and serve as a liaison between the Contractor and the State fiscal agent or other FSSA contractors regarding encounter claims submissions, capitation payment, member eligibility), enrollment and other data transmission interface and management issues. The IS Coordinator, in close coordination with other key staff, is responsible for ensuring all program data transactions are in compliance with the terms of the Contract. The IS Coordinator is responsible for attendance at all Technical Meetings called by the State. If the IS Coordinator is unable to attend a Technical Meeting, the IS Coordinator shall designate a representative to take his or her place. This representative shall report back to the IS Coordinator on the Technical Meeting’s agenda and action items. For more information on the IS program requirements, see Section 8.
Coordinator. The Coordinator coordinates and manages the Project and represents the Parties before Stichting LSH-TKI. Parties appoint [party] as Coordinator and authorize Mr/Mrs ……….. to carry out the tasks set forth under this Section 6.7 and Section 6.8. In particular, the Coordinator shall be responsible for: preparing the meetings, proposing decisions and preparing the agenda of Project Committee chairing the meetings, preparing the minutes of the meetings and monitoring the implementation of decisions taken at meetings; monitoring compliance by the Parties with their obligations; keeping the address list of Members and other contact persons updated and available; collecting and reviewing information on the progress of the Project and submitting outline scientific reports and other deliverables (including financial statements and related certification), if required, to Stichting LSH-TKI and other Parties; transmitting promptly documents and information connected with the Project; administration of the Budget and fulfilling the financial tasks, all as described in Article 7; providing, upon request, the Parties with official copies or originals of documents which are in the sole possession of the Coordinator when such copies or originals are necessary for the Parties to present claims. The Coordinator shall not be entitled to act or to make legally binding declarations on behalf of any other Party.
Coordinator. The Cooperative Member agrees to appoint a program coordinator who shall have express authority to represent and bind the Cooperative Member, and the Cooperative will not be required to contact any other individual regarding program matters. Any notice to or any agreements with the coordinator shall be binding upon the Cooperative Member. The Cooperative Member reserves the right to change the coordinator as needed by giving written notice to the Cooperative. Such notice is not effective until actually received by the Cooperative.
Coordinator. 6.1.1 The Coordinator is the legal entity acting as the intermediary between the Parties and EURAMET e.V. and shall perform all tasks assigned to it as described in the Grant Agreement and in this Consortium Agreement. The Parties agree to abide by the instructions given by the Coordinator.
Coordinator. 13.1 The person designated in the Project Document as the Project Leader, or any person agreed in writing by the Parties to replace that person, shall be responsible for coordinating all the Services to be provided by the Commissioned Organisation and this person shall liaise with ACIAR regularly in regard to the progress of the Project.
Coordinator. 6.4.1 The Coordinator is the Legal Entity acting as the intermediary for efficient and correct communication between the Parties and the Funding Authority and shall, in addition to its responsibilities as a Party, perform all tasks assigned to it as described in the GA and in this PCA.
Coordinator. The term “Coordinator” as used in this Agreement, shall mean a faculty member whose responsibilities involve oversight of a specific academic department, major, or similar entity. The Coordinator’s role shall be entirely administrative, e.g., planning and advising, but shall not be managerial.