Directive. A member of the unit who receives a verbal or written directive to report to the Campus Labor Relations Coordinator/Specialist, a supervisor or other administrative officer on a matter involving discipline, suspension or discharge may be accompanied by a representative of the Union local at the staff member's request. If during the course of a discussion between staff member and a representative of the Human Resources Department, a supervisor or other administrative officer, a matter should arise which could lead to a question of discipline, suspension or discharge, the staff member may, at that time, request such Union representation.
Directive. A Directive is a written document issued by the Owner and consisting of additions, deletions, clarifications or other written instructions issued by the Owner with respect to the performance of the Work or the activities of the Contractor on the Job Site or the property of the Owner. A Directive may include, but shall not be limited to, a bulletin, an engineering change or other orders or instructions. Directives may become the subject of a Change Order, either singularly or collectively. Directives shall become the subject of a Change Order if they involve a Change in the Work or a change in the Contract Time or the Contract Sum.
Directive. For the purposes of this provision, the expression an “offer to the public” in relation to any Securities in any Relevant Member State means the communication in any form and by any means of sufficient information on the terms of the offer and any Securities to be offered so as to enable an investor to decide to purchase any Securities, as the same may be varied in that Member State by any measure implementing the Prospectus Directive in that Member State, the expression “Prospectus Directive” means Directive 2003/71/EC (and amendments thereto, including the 2010 PD Amending Directive, to the extent implemented in the Relevant Member State), and includes any relevant implementing measure in each Relevant Member State and the expression “2010 PD Amending Directive” means Directive 2010/73/EU.
Directive. 4.1 The Contractor processes the personal data only in the framework of the directives given by the Principal. This does not apply insofar as the Contractor is obligated to processing through the law of the EU or the member states to which the Contractor is subject. In this case, the Contractor communicates these legal requirements before the processing, unless the communication is prohibited because of an important public interest through the applicable law.
Directive. These lists specify the chemical substances that are generally banned from Ericsson’s operations. The substances are not to be present in the products Ericsson delivers to the market nor in products Ericsson purchases from other suppliers, and pertains to everything from electronics to furniture and other materials. Nor shall they be present in the production processes used in fabrication of the products.
Directive. A copy of a directive pursuant to Section 13 1- of the Land Act in the form attached hereto as Schedule “A” certified by the Minister;
Directive. Upon completing the evaluation contemplated by Section 3.9.03 hereof, and after providing notice to the Company and an opportunity for the Company to comment, the Commissioner may issue a reasonable directive to the Company to upgrade the System in accordance with Section 3.9.01. The Commissioner may issue such a reasonable directive not more frequently than two (2) times during the term of the franchise, provided that no such directive may issue during the last three (3) years of the franchise term. Absent a judicial challenge to the directive, the Company shall have ninety (90) days after receipt of such a directive within which to submit plans, as specified by the Commissioner, describing how it intends to complete such upgrade. In the event of a judicial challenge to the directive issued by the Commissioner, the Company will have ninety (90) days after any final determination upholding the directive not subject to further appeal within which to submit plans. Upon approval of such plans by the Commissioner, the Company shall commence and diligently pursue implementation of the required upgrade.
Directive. Where appropriate, and subject to the requirement for a competitive Request for Tenders (RFT) or Request for Proposals (RFP) processes as set out in the Government Contract Regulations, the Department of Community and Government Services (CGS) may establish and maintain non-exclusive SAs specifically designed for commonly used and frequently required goods and services. SAs entered into by other jurisdictions may be used by the Government when allowed by the agreement and when approved by the appropriate authorities in the other jurisdiction. CGS will administer the use of these interjurisdictional SAs. SAs established by CGS may be used by public agencies when allowed by the agreement and when approved by the appropriate authorities within the public agency. Where the public agency requires CGS to enter into a contract on its behalf, the public agency shall provide expenditure authority and accounting authority approvals by way of requisition to CGS. A Contract Authority may order goods or services, to the maximum threshold contract limits set out herein, at the set prices provided for in an SA established by CGS. The Government must report all contracts valued over $5,000 which were awarded under SAs to Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) on an annual basis. The list shall contain, at a minimum, a brief description of the nature of the contract, the name of the selected vendor, and the value of the contract. Upon written request the Government shall, within thirty (30) days of the request, provide written justification and reasonable supporting information regarding a specific contract. Where the Government is unable to disclose details of certain contracts due to concerns based on confidentiality or privilege, the Government shall disclose the existence of the contracts and provide a general description of the contracting activities. The definitions of terms used in Financial Administration Manual (FAM) Directives 808 Government Contracts series can be found in Appendix E of FAM Directive 808 Government Contracts – General. This directive applies to all government departments and public agencies.
Directive. In November 2012 the Commission, in agreement with the Member States, has set up the INSPIRE Maintenance and Implementation Framework (MIF), to further optimize the performance of the INSPIRE infrastructure in order to meet its policy objectives. In the INSPIRE Committee meeting on 8 April 2013, it was agreed to set up a Commission expert group called INSPIRE Maintenance and Implementation Group (MIG), with representatives of the INSPIRE national contact points. The MIG is structured in two permanent sub-groups focusing on technical (MIG-T) and policy-related (MIG-P) aspects as well as a number of temporary sub-groups focusing on specific actions defined in the maintenance and implementation work programme (MIWP). The MIG was formally established and started its work in October 2013. The MIG has been complemented by a pool of experts drawn from the stakeholder community. The experts in this pool are called upon when MIG sub-groups are formed to address specific implementation or maintenance issues, but will also provide the opportunity to reach out to experts involved or interested in particular aspects of INSPIRE implementation or maintenance. Another initiative of the Commission linked to the INSPIRE Maintenance and Implementation Framework, is the INSPIRE Thematic Clusters Platform with the objective of supporting INSPIRE implementation in the Member States. This Platform has clustered all the INSPIRE themes into nine thematic domains to facilitate sharing of experiences, best practices, raise questions and resolving issues. The “Earth science cluster” is relevant for Safety project because groups the INSPIRE themes of Energy Resources, Mineral Resources, Soil, Natural Risk Zones and Geology. - Copernicus programme. (Land, Emergency…) Xxxxxxxxxx, previously known as GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security), is the European Programme for the establishment of a European capacity for Earth Observation. The objective of the European Copernicus programme for land is to provide land cover information to users in the field of environmental and other terrestrial applications. o Copernicus land builds on the pre-cursor Copernicus-related FP7 project Geoland, which addressed amongst other both the local component (i.e. the Urban Atlas) and the continental component.