DCS Sample Clauses

DCS. Seller shall install and maintain the Distributed Control System equipment and data circuits necessary to determine and transmit real time data from the Project’s Metering Facilities to [ ], and shall submit to [ ], or allow [ ] to retrieve, all data required by [ ] related to the Project and its Products in accordance with the [ ].7.
DCS. The DCS is a 16-item questionnaire assessing the level of decisional conflict; the five-point scale items range from ‘strongly agree’ (0) to ‘strongly disagree’ (4).21 The scale consists of five subscales: feeling uncertain (3 items), feeling uninformed (3 items), feeling unclear about values (3 items), feeling unsupported (3 items), and ineffective decision making (4 items).32 To calculate the subscale scores, item scores are summed, divided by the number of items in the subscales and multiplied by 25, with scores ranging from 0 to 100. The total score ranges from 0 to 64, is multiplied by 25/16, resulting in a standardized score from 0 to 100. Higher scores indicate higher decisional conflict. The DCS has been translated and validated in Dutch, in an oncology setting.33 Xxxxxxxx’s α’s were .69 (feeling uncertain), .73 (feeling uninformed), .58 (feeling unclear about values), .32 (feeling unsupported) and .82 (ineffective decision making).
DCS. Seller shall install and maintain the Distributed Control System equipment and data circuits necessary to determine and transmit real time data from the Project’s Metering Facilities to [___], and shall submit to [____], or allow [____] to retrieve, all data required by [___] related to the Project and its Products in accordance with the [____].7.
DCS. The term “DCS” means DaimlerChrysler Services North America LLC, and its successors and assigns.
DCS. 8 Relay will work with the District to provide education and general assistance in the processes associated with the Medi-Xxx XXX BOP.
DCS. 13 District will have a minimum of 1 person designated as the LEA BOP Coordinator for the district, and they will follow Relay administrative guidelines:
DCS for the Initial Storage Period specified and any further extensions. Any changes in details provided by the Unit Owner (overleaf) must be notified to E.D.C.S. without undue delay. By entering into this agreement, the Unit Owner warrants that he/she has both ownership and legal title in the Unit

Related to DCS

  • Mobility If, during the course of the Grantee’s employment with the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or during the provision of services to the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, the Grantee relocates to another jurisdiction, the Company reserves the right to modify the terms of this Agreement and/or impose other requirements on the Grantee’s participation in the Plan, on the PSUs and on any shares of Stock acquired under the Plan, to the extent the Company or any of its Subsidiaries determine it is necessary or advisable to comply with local law, rules and/or regulations or to facilitate the operation and administration of the PSU and the Plan, and to require the Grantee to sign any additional agreements or undertakings that may be necessary to accomplish the foregoing. The Grantee agrees to take any and all actions, and consents to any and all actions taken by the Company and its Subsidiaries, as may be required to allow the Company and its Subsidiaries to comply with local laws, rules and regulations in the Grantee’s country of residence (or employment, if different).

  • Secondary Systems The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall each cooperate with the other in the inspection, maintenance, and testing of control or power circuits that operate below 600 volts, AC or DC, including, but not limited to, any hardware, control or protective devices, cables, conductors, electric raceways, secondary equipment panels, transducers, batteries, chargers, and voltage and current transformers that directly affect the operation of Developer or Connecting Transmission Owner’s facilities and equipment which may reasonably be expected to impact the other Party. The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall each provide advance notice to the other Party, and to NYISO, before undertaking any work on such circuits, especially on electrical circuits involving circuit breaker trip and close contacts, current transformers, or potential transformers.

  • Management Information Systems A. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain a process that collects, analyzes, integrates, and reports data. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(a); Cal. Code Regs., tit. 9, § 1810.376.) This process shall provide information on areas including, but not limited to, utilization, claims, grievances, and appeals. (42 C.F.R. § 438.242(a).)

  • Information Systems (a) The MA Organization must:

  • Network Management 60.1 CLEC and CenturyLink will exchange appropriate information (e.g., network information, maintenance contact numbers, escalation procedures, and information required to comply with requirements of law enforcement and national security agencies) for network management purposes. In addition, the Parties will apply sound network management principles to alleviate or to prevent traffic congestion and to minimize fraud associated with third number billed calls, calling card calls, and other services related to this Agreement.

  • Configuration Management The Contractor shall maintain a configuration management program, which shall provide for the administrative and functional systems necessary for configuration identification, control, status accounting and reporting, to ensure configuration identity with the UCEU and associated cables produced by the Contractor. The Contractor shall maintain a Contractor approved Configuration Management Plan that complies with ANSI/EIA-649 2011. Notwithstanding ANSI/EIA-649 2011, the Contractor’s configuration management program shall comply with the VLS Configuration Management Plans, TL130-AD-PLN-010-VLS, and shall comply with the following:

  • Security Systems The Service may not be compatible with security systems. You may be required to maintain a telephone connection through your local exchange carrier in order to use any alarm monitoring functions for any security system installed in your home or business. You are responsible for contacting the alarm monitoring company to test the compatibility of any alarm monitoring or security system with the Service.

  • Information Management Information and Records

  • Telemedicine Services This plan covers clinically appropriate telemedicine services when the service is provided via remote access through an on-line service or other interactive audio and video telecommunications system in accordance with R.I. General Law § 27-81-1. Clinically appropriate telemedicine services may be obtained from a network provider, and from our designated telemedicine service provider. When you seek telemedicine services from our designated telemedicine service provider, the amount you pay is listed in the Summary of Medical Benefits. When you receive a covered healthcare service from a network provider via remote access, the amount you pay depends on the covered healthcare service you receive, as indicated in the Summary of Medical Benefits. For information about telemedicine services, our designated telemedicine service provider, and how to access telemedicine services, please visit our website or contact our Customer Service Department.