Development Process. (a) The Trustee must hold, manage, invest and exploit the Development Land as follows:
Development Process. The development process for the Project is as set forth in the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances, and any material changes to the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances must be agreed to by both Parties. In the event either Party desires changes to the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances due to practical concerns related to the Project, including unforeseen circumstances or events, the Parties shall promptly meet and confer to consider alternatives and determine, if possible, a change to the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances. For purposes of this Section 8.8, “material” shall be defined as the lesser of: (i) a change valued at Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) or more; or (ii) two and one- half percent (2.5%) of any particular line item in the Scope of Work.
Development Process. (1) Subject to the terms of the DDA, Developer shall develop the Project Site in a series of Major Phases and, within each Major Phase, in a series of Sub-Phases. The DDA includes a process for Developer’s submittal of Major Phase Applications and Sub-Phase Applications, and for the Agency’s review and grant of Major Phase Approvals and Sub-Phase Approvals. The anticipated order of development of Major Phases, and Sub-Phases in each Major Phase, including the Completion of Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Lots and Agency Lots, is set forth in the Schedule of Performance.
Development Process. The planning stage of the comprehensive cancer plan was initiated with a leadership institute sponsored by the CDC and the American Cancer Society (ACS). Representatives from the Maryland State Council on Cancer Control, University of Maryland School of Medicine, and ACS attended the leadership institute and met several times to discuss initial planning xxxxxx- xxxx. A Core Planning Team (CPT) was formed in April 2001 and included representatives from the Maryland DHMH, ACS, University of Maryland, Xxxxx Xxxxxxx University, and local health departments. The CPT developed a grant application for funding from CDC to develop a comprehensive cancer plan. In October 2001, DHMH was awarded a cooperative agreement from CDC, on behalf of the CPT, to develop a com- prehensive cancer plan. The membership of the CPT was then expanded to include representation from other nonprofit, health care, and community organizations from around the state. The overarching goal was to have broad repre- sentation within a small practical group that could reach consensus and make efficient decisions. The pur- pose of the CPT was to provide oversight and guidance to the development of an updated Maryland Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan. Among its many activities, the CPT developed the overall framework in which the plan would be devel- oped, drafted the outline of chapters to be included in the plan, determined the committees that would be formed, and assisted with recruiting membership for each committee. The CPT has continued to meet on an ongoing basis to provide direction to the development of the plan.
Development Process. All product testing and development stages have been completed for the 6 available websites. All currently available websites and websites acquired in the future have been or will be put through the following process before being made available for sale: Design and development Preliminary market launch to gather customer feedback Live operation for a minimum of 2 years or until the website shows a 100% return on investment. Preparation of extensive documentation based on the knowledge and market insights gained during operation. The document will cover all aspects of the Consulting Plan.
Development Process. In our development at Puissant Technologies, we do follow the popular methodologies in the industry ' called the agile process or the agile development. In this process of development we try to be as much as interactive with the client as possible during the development cycle. This is beneficial for both the parties sY |sǦ" ŽI ISǦ ÐnsǦYI’C CǍIsCIhǍis ÐtimIe,smŽonYey anǍdYenEergyI. SǦ E
Development Process. All contractors, consultants, employees and other persons who contributed to the development, creation or conception of the GhostStep® Technology have entered into intellectual property assignment contracts with and in favour of the Seller whereby each such person has assigned or confirmed the Seller's ownership of all right, title and interest (except moral rights) that such person may possess in and to such any Intellectual Property developed, created or conceived by such person in connection with the GhostStep® Technology in favor of Seller, to the full extent permitted by applicable laws. Each such contractor, consultant, employee or other person has irrevocably waived in writing its moral rights, where applicable, to any developments created by it on behalf of the Seller in connection with the GhostStep® Technology; wherein said person was an employee, consultant or contractor, where appropriate, the consultant or contractor also obtained the necessary waiver(s) of moral rights from any and all of its own employees, consultants, and contractors involved in the creation of any such Intellectual Property, to the full extent permitted by applicable laws.
Development Process. The development process for the Project is as set forth in the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances, and any changes to the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances must be agreed to by both Parties. In the event either Party desires changes to the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances due to practical concerns related to the Project, including unforeseen circumstances or events, the Parties shall promptly meet and confer to determine, if possible, a change to the Scope of Work and Schedule of Advances.