Data Collection The Engineer shall conduct field reconnaissance and collect data as necessary to complete the schematic design. Data shall include the following information. Items “a” to “g” will be obtained from the State, if available, while items “h” to “j” will be obtained from other agencies as required.
Data Collection and Usage The Company collects, processes and uses personal data about the Grantee, including but not limited to, the Grantee’s name, home address, email address and telephone number, date of birth, social insurance number, passport or other identification number, salary, nationality, job title, any shares or directorships held in the Company, details of all awards, rights or any other entitlement to shares awarded, canceled, exercised, vested, unvested or outstanding in the Grantee’s favor, which the Company receives from the Grantee or the Grantee’s employer. In order for the Grantee to participate in the Plan, the Company will collect his or her personal data for purposes of allocating Shares and implementing, administering and managing the Plan. The Company’s legal basis for the processing of the Grantee’s personal data is based on the necessity for Company’s performance of its obligations under the Plan and pursuant to the Company’s legitimate business interests.
Billing and Collection As an agent on behalf of and for the account of the Practice, Retail Business Manager shall establish and maintain credit and billing and collection services, policies and procedures, and shall use reasonable efforts to timely xxxx and collect all fees for all billable Professional Eye Care Services and Optical Services provided by the Practice, the Professionals, or other personnel employed or otherwise retained by the Practice. In connection with the billing and collection services to be provided hereunder, and throughout the Term (and thereafter as provided in Section 6.3), the Practice hereby grants to Retail Business Manager an exclusive special power of attorney and appoints Retail Business Manager as the Practice’s exclusive true and lawful agent and attorney-in-fact (which shall be deemed revoked in the event of termination for cause by the Practice), and Retail Business Manager hereby accepts such special power of attorney and appointment, for the following purposes:
Billing and Collection Customers BellSouth currently has in effect numerous billing and collection agreements with various interexchange carriers and billing clearing houses and as such these billing and collection customers (“B&C Customers”) query BellSouth’s LIDB to determine whether to accept various billing options from End Users. Until such time as BellSouth implements in its LIDB and its supporting systems the means to differentiate <<customer_name>>’s data from BellSouth’s data, the following shall apply:
Billing and Collections Except for members exempt from cost sharing pursuant to Section 4.1.4, all HIP members are responsible for making financial contributions to their health care coverage, either through regular POWER Account contributions or HIP Basic copayments for services. The Contractor shall be responsible for billing, collecting and applying applicable POWER Account contributions for members receiving HIP Plus or HIP State Plan Plus benefits. Collection services shall include: Creating and maintaining HIPAA compliant POWER Account contribution billing services; Generating and mailing invoices, although members may opt-in to receiving electronic invoices; Receiving and posting payments; Monitoring and tracking missed payments; Processing returned checks; Stopping or placing collections on hold as directed by the State; Generating past due notices and other notifications; Generating other informational materials as requested by the State; Providing documentation of account activities and other financial reports; Processing and mailing fast track prepayment and/or POWER Account contribution refunds; Transferring collected funds as requested by the State; Documentation and reconciliation of funds received and transferred; Establishing and handling a lockbox for HIP payments; Providing services online that support and interface with the State’s current website; Ensuring the integrity and accuracy of data exchanged with or provided to the State, and that the data is compatible with other software, hardware or systems used by the State; Ensuring compliance with current bankruptcy rules, the Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990 guidelines (Public Law 101-453), confidential information and electronic transaction processing procedures; Adhering to established health care industry standards, in addition to any Medicaid rules, regulations and or mandates, as well as amendments thereto; Date stamping mail received; and Forwarding all change of address notifications and mail returned as undeliverable as specified by the State. Additionally, while the Contractor is not required to promote cash payment by mail as a payment option, the Contractor shall be equipped to accept cash payments, including cash payment by mail, if submitted by the member. Further, the State encourages arrangements with local entities to facilitate the collection of contributions, including no-cost options for collecting cash contributions. In addition, the State will assist the Contractor by identifying vendor(s) that can accept cash contributions. The Contractor agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to work with such vendor(s) to accept cash contributions at no cost to the member. The Contractor shall ensure that any cash contributions collected by third party vendors in accordance with this Section 4 are credited toward the member’s POWER Account within two (2) business days. More information about preferred vendor(s) and cash collection methods may be found in the HIP MCE Policies and Procedures Manual. The State will determine the member’s required POWER Account contribution amounts during the application process and will notify the Contractor of these amounts. The required POWER Account contribution will be provided to the Contractor in both an annual benefit period amount and a monthly billing amount. POWER Account contributions will be recalculated by the State during eligibility redetermination, and as otherwise required throughout the benefit period based on member reported changes, in accordance with Section 4.4 below.
Income Collection Unless otherwise directed by Instruction, the Custodian shall collect any amount due and payable to the Fund with respect to Investments and promptly credit the amount collected to a Principal or Agency Account; provided, however, that the Custodian shall not be responsible for: (a) the collection of amounts due and payable with respect to Investments that are in default or (b) the collection of cash or share entitlements with respect to Investments that are not registered in the name of the Custodian or its Subcustodians. The Custodian is hereby authorized to endorse and deliver any instrument required to be so endorsed and delivered to effect collection of any amount due and payable to the Fund with respect to Investments.
The Collection Account The initial Servicer, for the benefit of the Secured Parties, shall establish and the Servicer shall maintain the Collection Account in the state of New York or in the city in which the Corporate Trust Office is located, with a Qualified Institution in the name of the Trustee, on behalf of the Secured Parties as designee of the Receivables Trust, a non-interest bearing segregated account bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held in trust for the benefit of the Secured Parties. Pursuant to authority granted to it pursuant to subsection 2.02(a), the Servicer shall have the revocable power to cause to be withdrawn funds from the Collection Account for the purposes of carrying out its duties hereunder and under the Indenture.
Allocations of Finance Charge Collections The Servicer shall allocate to the Series 1997-1 Certificateholders and retain in the Collection Account for application as provided herein an amount equal to the product of (A) the Floating Allocation Percentage and (B) the Series 1997-1 Allocation Percentage and (C) the aggregate amount of Collections of Finance Charge Receivables deposited in the Collection Account on such Deposit Date.
Remittance of Payments and Collections 13.18.1. All payments by any Lender to Agent shall be made not later than the time set forth elsewhere in this Agreement on the Business Day such payment is due; provided, however, that if such payment is due on demand by Agent and such demand is made on the paying Lender after 11:00 a.m. on such Business Day, then payment shall be made by 11:00 a.m. on the next Business Day. Payment by Agent to any Lender shall be made by wire transfer, promptly following Agent’s receipt of funds for the account of such Lender and in the type of funds received by Agent; provided, however, that if Agent receives such funds at or prior to 12:00 noon, Agent shall pay such funds to such Lender by 2:00 p.m. on such Business Day, but if Agent receives such funds after 12:00 noon, Agent shall pay such funds to such Lender by 2:00 p.m. on the next Business Day.
Shared Principal Collections Subject to Section 4.4 of the Pooling and Servicing Agreement and Section 8.5 of the Indenture, Shared Principal Collections allocable to Series 2009-VFN on any Transfer Date will be equal to the product of (x) the aggregate amount of Shared Principal Collections with respect to all Principal Sharing Series for such Transfer Date and (y) a fraction, the numerator of which is the Principal Shortfall for Series 2009-VFN for such Transfer Date and the denominator of which is the aggregate amount of Principal Shortfalls for all the Series which are Principal Sharing Series for such Transfer Date. For this purpose, each outstanding series of certificates issued by World Financial Network Master Trust (other than series represented by the Collateral Certificate) shall be deemed to be a Principal Sharing Series. The “Principal Shortfall” for Series 2009-VFN for any Transfer Date shall equal, the excess, if any, of the sum of any Optional Amortization Amounts, Class A Monthly Principal, Class M Monthly Principal and Class B Monthly Principal with respect to such Transfer Date over the amount of Available Principal Collections for such Transfer Date (excluding any portion thereof attributable to Shared Principal Collections).