Data Collection. Some downloaded software included in the Materials may generate and collect information about the software and usage and transmit it to Intel to help improve Intel’s products and services. This collected information may include product name, product version, time of event collection, license type, support type, installation status, hardware and software performance, and use. 9.
Data Collection. The Department seeks to minimise the burdens on Schools, Children’s Services and Local Authorities (LAs) taking part in surveys. When assessing the relative merits of data collection methods the following issues should be considered; • only data essential to the project shall be collected; • data should be collected electronically where appropriate/preferred; • questionnaires should be pre-populated wherever possible and appropriate; • schools must be given at least four working weeks to respond to the exercise from the date they receive the request; and • LAs should receive at least two weeks, unless they need to approach schools in which case they too should receive 4 weeks to respond; The Contractor shall clear any data collection tools with the Department before engaging in field work. The Contractor shall check with the Department whether any of the information that they are requesting can be provided centrally from information already held.
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. Identify from whom you will collect data (e.g., from participants themselves, family members, teachers, others). Describe the data collection procedures and specify the sources for obtaining data (e.g., school records, interviews, psychological assessments, questionnaires, observation, or other sources). Where data are to be collected through observational techniques, questionnaires, interviews, or other direct means, describe the data collection setting. • Identify what type of specimens (e.g., urine, blood) will be used, if any. State if the material will be used just for evaluation or if other use(s) will be made. Also, if needed, describe how the material will be monitored to ensure the safety of participants. • Provide in Attachment 2, “Data Collection Instruments/Interview Protocols,” copies of all available data collection instruments and interview protocols that you plan to use (unless you are providing the web link to the instrument(s)/protocol(s)).
Data Collection. You must obtain and maintain all necessary rights and consents under Law to provide the User Information that you provide to Stripe about each of your (i) Principal Owners and employees, contractors and agents; and (ii) Connected Accounts, Stripe Issuing Accountholders and Card Authorised Users.
Data Collection. In describing your plan for data collection, consider addressing the following points: • What electronic data collection software that will be used? • How often data will be collected? • The organizational processes that will be implemented to ensure the accurate and timely collection and input of data. • The staff that will be responsible for collecting and recording the data. • The data source/data collection instruments that will be used to collect the data. • How well the data collection methods will take into consideration the language, norms, and values of the population(s) of focus. • How will the data be kept secure. • If applicable, how will the data collection procedures ensure that confidentiality is protected, and that informed consent is obtained. and • If applicable, how data will be collected from partners, sub-awardees. It is not necessary to provide information related to data collection and performance measurement in a table, but the following samples may give you some ideas about how to display the information. Table 1 [provides an example of how information for the required performance measures could be displayed] Performance Measures Data Source Data Collection Frequency Responsible Staff for Data Collection Method of Data Analysis Table 2 [provides an example of how information could be displayed for the data that will be collected to measure the objectives that are included in B.1] Objective Data Source Data Collection Frequency Responsible Staff for Data Collection Method of Data Analysis Objective 1.a Objective 1.b
Data Collection. Contractor agrees to perform ongoing data collection and sharing in accordance with City process to ensure effective service delivery in compliance with this Agreement. The following Attachment must be included in the Worksite Agreement ONLY IF MINORS ARE EMPLOYED: Attachment A to EXHIBIT F EMPLOYEE/VOLUNTEER CLEARANCE VERIFICATION AND COMPLIANCE