Disclosure Requirements. (a) The Estate Agent or Salesperson *has / does not have(1) (11) a conflict or potential conflict of interest in acting for the Tenant. If the Estate Agent or Salesperson has a conflict or potential conflict of interest, the details are as follows:
Disclosure Requirements. Any document or written report prepared in whole or in part pursuant to this Agreement shall contain a disclosure statement indicating that the document or written report was prepared through Agreement with the State. The disclosure statement shall include the Agreement number and dollar amount of all Agreements and subcontracts relating to the preparation of such documents or written reports. The disclosure statement shall be contained in a separate section of the document or written report.
Disclosure Requirements. For purposes of this Agreement, an invention is deemed to have been made during the term of this Agreement if, during such period, the invention was conceived or first actually reduced to practice. In order to permit the Company to claim rights to which it may be entitled, the Employee agrees to disclose to the Company in confidence the nature of all patent applications filed by the Employee during the term of this Agreement.
Disclosure Requirements. The Contractor must disclose to CMS and EOHHS information on ownership and control, business transactions, and persons convicted of crimes in accordance with 42 C.F.R. Part 455, Subpart B. The Contractor must obtain disclosures from all Network Providers and applicants in accordance with 42 C.F.R. 455 Subpart B and 42 C.F.R. § 1002.3, and as specified by EOHHS, including but not limited to obtaining such information through provider enrollment forms and credentialing and recredentialing packages. The Contractor must maintain such disclosed information in a manner which can be periodically searched by the Contractor for exclusions and provided to EOHHS in accordance with this Contract and relevant State and federal laws and regulations. In addition, the Contractor must comply with all reporting and disclosure requirements of 42 U.S.C. § 1396b(m)(4)(A) if the Contractor is not a federally qualified health maintenance organization under the Public Health Service Act.
Disclosure Requirements. The Company will include in the "Annual Corporate Governance" report on its website an account of the mix of skills and diversity it seeks to achieve in membership of the Board. Additionally, each year in the "Annual Corporate Governance" report on the Company's website, the Company will disclose the measurable objectives for achieving gender diversity in accordance with the Diversity Charter and any progress towards achieving them. In particular, the Company will disclose the proportion of women employees in its workforce, in senior management (including how the Company has defined senior management for this purpose) and on the Board. The Company will post a summary of the Diversity Charter on its website.
Disclosure Requirements. Consistent with FTA policies, the Recipient must disclose to FTA, and each of its Subrecipients must disclose to the Recipient: (a) Any instances of organizational conflict of interest, or (b) Violations of federal criminal law, involving fraud, bribery, or gratuity violations potentially affecting the federal award, and (4) Failure to Disclose. Failure to make required disclosures can result in remedies for noncompliance, including debarment or suspension.
Disclosure Requirements. Before UT System may execute certain contracts, the Business Entity (“Vendor” or in this case “Services Provider”) with which UT System is contracting must submit FORM 1295 (copy attached) to the UT System at the same time the Vendor submits the signed contract to the institution for counter-signature of the contract. “
Disclosure Requirements. Consistent with FTA policies, the Contractor must disclose to STA, and each of its subcontractors must disclose to the Contractor: Any instances of organizational conflict of interest, or Violations of federal criminal law, involving fraud, bribery or gratuity violations potentially affecting the federal award. Failure to Disclose. Failure to make required disclosures can result in remedies for noncompliance, including debarment or suspension. Veterans Preference. As provided by 49 USC § 5325(k), to the extent practicable, the Contractor agrees and assures that each of its subcontractors: Will give a hiring preference to veterans, as defined in 5 USC § 2108, who have the skills and abilities required to perform construction work required under a third-party contract in connection with a capital project supported with federal assistance appropriated or made available for 49 USC chapter 53; and Will not require an employer to give a preference to any veteran over any equally qualified applicant who is a member of any racial or ethnic minority, female, an individual with a disability, or a former employee.