DISTRIBUTION OF CONTRACTOR PRICE LIST AND CONTRACT APPENDICES Sample Clauses

DISTRIBUTION OF CONTRACTOR PRICE LIST AND CONTRACT APPENDICES. Contractor shall provide Authorized Users with electronic copies of the Contract, including price lists and Appendices, upon request. OGS CENTRALIZED CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS Contract Updates will be handled as provided in Appendix C – Contract Modification Procedures.
DISTRIBUTION OF CONTRACTOR PRICE LIST AND CONTRACT APPENDICES. Contractor shall provide Authorized Users with electronic copies of the Contract, including Price Lists and Appendices, upon request. CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS Contractor may propose modifications to the Contract utilizing Appendix C - Contract Modification Procedures. Contract Modifications are changes that do not require a change to the established Contract terms and conditions.
DISTRIBUTION OF CONTRACTOR PRICE LIST AND CONTRACT APPENDICES. Contractor shall bear the cost of and shall effect distribution of copies of the Contract, including price lists and appendices, upon request. Contractor shall not, however, distribute Contract information unless OGS has approved it in advance. Contractor shall also be required to furnish OGS with additional copies of the approved price lists (paper copy or diskette, at the State’s discretion) upon request as may be necessary in the normal course of business.

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  • END USER AGREEMENTS (“EUA H-GAC acknowledges that the END USER may choose to enter into an End User Agreement (“EUA) with the Contractor through this Agreement, and that the term of the EUA may exceed the term of the current H-GAC Agreement. H-GAC’s acknowledgement is not an endorsement or approval of the End User Agreement’s terms and conditions. Contractor agrees not to offer, agree to or accept from the END USER, any terms or conditions that conflict with those in Contractor’s Agreement with H-GAC. Contractor affirms that termination of its Agreement with H-GAC for any reason shall not result in the termination of any underlying EUA, which shall in each instance, continue pursuant to the EUA’s stated terms and duration. Pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, termination of this Agreement will disallow the Contractor from entering into any new EUA with END USERS. Applicable H-GAC order processing charges will be due and payable to H-GAC

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  • APPENDIX E Appendix E, Report of Contract Purchases, attached hereto, is hereby expressly made a part of this Contract as fully as if set forth at length herein. OGS reserves the right to make unilateral changes to this report of Contract Purchases document without seeking the prior written approval of the Department of Law or OSC.

  • CONTRACT EXHIBIT I PREFERRED PRICING AFFIDAVIT This preferred-pricing affidavit is entered into in accordance with section 216.0113, F.S., and as required by Contract No. 80101507-21-STC-ITSA (“Contract”) between (“Contractor”) and the Department of Management Services. As the person authorized by Contractor to sign this affidavit, I attest that the Contractor is in full compliance with the preferred-pricing clause of the Contract. Contractor’s Name: By: Signature Printed Name/Title Date: STATE OF COUNTY OF Sworn to (or affirmed) and subscribed before me this day of , by . Signature of Notary Vendor Name: FEIN# Vendor’s Authorized Representative Name and Title: Address: City, State, and Zip code: Phone Number: ( ) - E-mail: CORPORATE SEAL (IF APPLICABLE) (Print, Type, or Stamp Commissioned Name of Notary Public) [Check One] Personally Known OR Produced the following I.D. JOB FAMILY: APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT‌ Job Title: Director, Systems and Programming Job#: 1200 General Characteristics Responsible for the full systems development life cycle management of projects/programs. Provides direction for technical and business resources. Actively participates in long-range strategy planning and manages policy development to address complex business issues, provides leadership to cross-functional teams. Serves as the primary point of contact from project/program inception to delivery. Defines and develops project management infrastructure, manages a methodology driven quality plan, monitors and controls the quality of the deliverable, as well as manages the project completion process through customer acceptance. Works with business unit managers and forms alliances on projects, operational decisions, scheduling requirements/conflicts and vendor contract clarification.

  • Contract Amendments No amendment to or modification or other alteration of the Contract shall be valid or binding upon the State unless made in writing, signed by both parties and, if applicable, approved by the Connecticut Attorney General.

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