Detailed Requirements. Consult with District to establish and document the following detailed requirements for the Project:
Detailed Requirements. The Performer shall design, develop, fabricate, test, and deliver eight (8) inert SOPGM Cruise Missiles prototypes and two (2) Captive Air Training Missile (CATM) SOPGM prototypes that meet the following performance requirements: Threshold range of 200 Nm and objective range greater than 400Nm Compatible with the SOPGM Common Launch Tube (CLT) and Battle Management System (BMS) Type-1 data link connection to Situational Awareness Data Link (SADL) (threshold) and SADL/Link-16 (objective). Threshold M-Code Global Positioning System (GPS)/Inertial Navigation System (INS), with an objective to incorporate resilient navigation capabilities for operation in a denied or degraded GPS environment. This system will include at a minimum (threshold) an Electro-Optical/Infra-Red (EO/IR) seeker and as an objective, incorporate a multi-mode seeker package able to acquire and/or reacquire targets in flight. Removable payload section that can accept a minimum (threshold) of 13lbs of warhead or other desired payload with an objective of 37 lbs. Meets a Technology Readiness Level 7 defined as: system prototyping demonstration in an operational environment. Prototype near or at planned operational system. Represents a major step up from TRL 6 by requiring demonstration of an actual system prototype in an operational environment (e.g., in an aircraft, in a vehicle, or in space). The two (2) Captive Air Training Missiles (CATM) shall also fully represent an inert munition (electrical, power draw, weight and center of gravity) to enable simulated launches through the full launch sequence without releasing the weapon. The two CATMs are required for System Integration Lab (SIL) testing and ground and captive carry testing.
Detailed Requirements. Insurance and Indemnification Vendor agrees to maintain Data Breach coverage to cover claims arising out of the negligent acts, errors or omissions of Vendor, Sub consultant or anyone directly or indirectly employed by them. The coverage provided shall not be less than $2,000,000 per occurrence, $5,000,000 aggregate. The Curators of the University of Missouri, its officers, employees and agents are to be Additional Insured with respect to the project to which these insurance requirements pertain. The Vendor agrees to defend, indemnify, and save harmless The Curators of the University of Missouri, their Officers, Agents, Employees and Volunteers, from and against all loss or expense from any cause of action arising from the Vendor’s operations. The Vendor agrees to investigate, handle, respond to and provide defense for and defend against any such liability, claims, and demands at the sole expense of the Vendor or at the option of the University, agrees to pay or reimburse the University for the Defense Costs incurred by the University in connection with any such liability claims, or demands. The parties hereto understand and agree that the University is relying on, and does not waive or intend to waive by any provision of this Contract, any monetary limitations or any other rights, immunities, and protections provided by the State of Missouri, as from time to time amended, or otherwise available to the University, or its officers, employees, agents or volunteers. Failure to maintain the required insurance in force may be cause for contract termination. In the event the Vendor fails to maintain and keep in force the required insurance or to obtain coverage from its subcontractors, the University shall have the right to cancel and terminate the contract without notice. Vendor Vendor Name Vendor Representative Signature
Detailed Requirements. Generate income through provision of Executive Services. Explore Wider Market opportunities for the business. A timely preparation and submission of Fee proposals. Keep Customers (current and potential) fully conversant with FCO Services products and services on offer. Liaise with customers on all estate related activities. Provide technical and financial advice to customers on Minor Capital, Major Maintenance and Security Works projects. Advise customers on technical feasibility and time/cost implications of proposed projects. Assist posts produce estimates for projects. A timely response to requests from posts. Supervise and project manage small and medium size projects on behalf of Property Management. Recommend tender lists, provide advice and specifications to enable tenders to be let, examine tenders and recommend successful contractor. Support posts on tendering and achieving value for money when engaging external consultants and contractors. Xxxxxx appointed consultants and contractors to ensure that projects meet technical brief and manage the financial resources to achieve value for money. Monitor projects ensuring that consultants and contractors are managed so works are completed within time and budget to meet the customers satisfaction.
Detailed Requirements. The purpose of this service is EMERGENCY RESPONSE, HAZARDOUS WASTE, UNIVERSAL WASTE, AND MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL. Contractor shall conduct hazardous waste related operations within the State of Vermont, and any other States within which waste materials shall be transported, disposed of, and/or treated. Services shall be required throughout the State of Vermont in accordance with all applicable regulations and in a manner that will maximize hazardous waste disposal service at a reasonable cost. The required services are for the following types of waste materials:
Detailed Requirements. Consult with District to establish and document the following detailed requirements for the Project: Design objectives, limitations and criteria, functions, priorities, including sustainability; Development of initial approximate gross facility areas and space requirement; Space relation, requirements and restraints (including comparing requested space requirements to similar projects and space standards, diagramming space relationships by using massing diagrams, flow diagrams, stacking diagrams, bubble diagrams and other graphical methods). Also include early preliminary space finish requirements, cabinets, lighting, technology such as internet, phones, audio/video, electrical loads, fixtures, furnishings, equipment requirements, wall changes, environmental control and treatment requirements, and access control needs, and special/specific instructional needs; Number of functional responsibilities and personnel; Flexibility and expendability; Special equipment and systems; Site requirements and existing conditions, and utilities services; Development of a preliminary budget for the work based on programming and scheduling studies; Zoning and other applicable regulations; Expandability; Access, parking; Construction feasibility and phasing; Security criteria; Communications relationships; and Project schedule with estimated DSA and other regulatory review processes. Space Schematics/Flow Diagrams. Prepare diagrammatic studies and pertinent descriptive text for: Conversion of programmed requirements to net area requirements; Internal functions; Human, vehicular and material flow patterns; General space allocations; Analysis of operating functions; Adjacency; Special facilities and equipment; and Flexibility and expansibility. Space Multi-use features to increase utilization.
Detailed Requirements. C-18.104.22.168 The instruction shall be a combination of classroom and Practical Exercise (PE) (hands-on) training. PE training shall be conducted using the equipment to teach operation, assembly and disassembly, inspection, testing, troubleshooting, repair, security, cybersecurity and safety procedures as applicable. This training is required to provide Government personnel with the knowledge, technical qualification, and reference materials necessary to perform all operations operator/ maintenance, and Field levels of maintenance tasks required to successfully accomplish their assigned mission.
Detailed Requirements. The Services that the Contractor shall provide include but are not limited to: Identify and gain consent from a sufficient number of vessels owners / skippers to ensure that the appropriate sample of vessels trips/hauls needed to comply with the minimum legal requirements for monitoring as set out in Regulation 812/2004 and highlighted in this section of this specification (to be altered if regulatory obligations change or a decision is taken to shift observer effort to areas of greater bycatch concern) is achieved. As specified in regulation 812/2004 the Contractor shall extrapolate the data to reflect actual fishery effort to give an indication of the scale of overall bycatch levels, with an indication of the confidence limits. Build and maintain a close working relationship with the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), who are the government‟s enforcement body in the Marine Environment, in order to ensure relevant data is shared with them at all times, and ensure that any permissions or derogations required for the monitoring work are in place. In the course of monitoring cetacean bycatch, the bycatch of all other species should be recorded, and any bycatch of large elasmobranchs (including but not limited to porbeagle, common skate and basking shark), seabirds, sturgeons and turtles shall also be reported. Identify any specific fisheries causing bycatch and make recommendations to the Authority on potential changes to monitoring areas or gears (including outside the regulations specifications). Develop, to the satisfaction of the Authority, a monitoring scheme for vessels under 15m in fisheries specified in Annex III (3) of Regulation 812/2004 and/or believed to potentially have higher risk of bycatch. The timetable and approach shall be agreed by the Steering Group at its first meeting after Contract award. Refine monitoring methods, to the satisfaction of the Authority if so directed by the Authority. The use of pingers is a requirement under Annex I of Council Regulation (EC) No.812/2004. The Contractor will be required to monitor and evaluate, to the satisfaction of the Authority, the effectiveness of any equipment deployed to meet the Regulations requirements. Any final decision will be made within the Contract period by the Authority. Providing ad-hoc advice to the Authority, free of charge, on matters relating to cetacean bycatch, often at short notice (less than 48 hours). Provide proposals to the Steering Group for conside...