Guidance Sample Clauses

Guidance.  Please detail the security measures you will operate for your premises to ensure that DWP Data is protected from unauthorised access theft or damage, these should cover: - Controls and procedures to secure the perimeter of site building or office; - Controls and procedures to allow only authorised personnel to enter site; and - Controls and procedures to allow only authorised personnel into secure areas.  Please provide details of Business Continuity plans.
Guidance.  Describe the User Access Controls and Procedures in place to monitor access to DWP data, limiting access to those directly involved in the provision of the services and who need to know the information.  Please detail the encryption products used by your organisation and also provide details of the policies and guidelines in place to manage the use of encryption.  Describe the procedures and policies in place to provide secure retention/storage/archiving and destruction of DWP documentationincluding redundant media including hard disks, CD, USB or any other storage used to process personal data.  Please detail how all actions performed in delivering the contract will be traceable to users who process DWP data.  Please describe how you ensure that any system on which you or any subcontractor holds any Authority Data is secure – including back-up data. REDACTED
Guidance. Describe the policies and guidelines you have in place with regard to the use of office systems such as: electronic media, telephone, fax, e-mail and hard-copy post. This may include policies such as:
Guidance. The headings to the clauses in this Agreement are by way of guidance only and do not affect the interpretation of this Agreement. Some wording has been included in italics to explain some of the legal terms in this Agreement. These explanatory sentences are also by way of guidance only and do not affect the interpretation of this Agreement.
Guidance. Describe the specific processes and policies in place to ensure action is instigated when suspected incidents of misuse or breaches of security occur.  Please include details of your disciplinary policy in relation to data security. [REDACTED] SCHEDULE 7SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS This schedule sets out the Sustainable Development Requirements which are applicable to the provision of the Services.
Guidance. The EPA and SCDHEC agree to provide DOE with guidance and to give a timely response to requests for guidance to assist DOE in the performance of the requirements under this Agreement.
Guidance. The Evergreen Supplier Assessment will be piloted in 2022 with a formal launch for suppliers in early 2023. The carbon reduction reporting requirements under the Evergreen Supplier Assessment will be consistent with the requirements in the Net Zero Supplier Roadmap and NHSE will liaise with the Sustainable Supplier Forum on the development of the Evergreen Supplier Assessment prior to launch. The Evergreen Supplier Assessment will be an online self-assessment process. This assessment is intended to serve as a single location for suppliers to the NHS to report progress against emissions reduction, modern slavery and other sustainability criteria. It will be integrated with other carbon transparency reporting that NHS suppliers may be asked to complete. The Supplier has appointed [insert Supplier CEO, relevant Supplier board member or senior director] (“Supplier Net Zero Corporate Champion”) who shall be responsible for overseeing the Supplier’s compliance with Clauses 8.1 and 8.2 of this Schedule 1 and any net zero requirements forming part of any Contracts. Without prejudice to the Authority’s other rights and remedies under this Framework Agreement, if the Supplier fails to comply with Clauses 8.1 and 8.2 of this Schedule 1, the Authority may escalate such failure to the Supplier Net Zero Corporate Champion who shall within ten (10) Business Days of such escalation confirm in writing to the Authority the steps (with associated timescales) that the Supplier will be taking to remedy such failure. The Supplier shall then remedy such failure by taking such confirmed steps by such timescales (and by taking any other reasonable additional steps that may become necessary) to ensure that such failure is remedied by the earliest date reasonably possible. Net zero and social value in the delivery of the contract The Supplier shall deliver its net zero and social value contract commitments in accordance with the requirements and timescales set out in the Specification and Tender Response Document forming part of this Framework Agreement and any Contracts (“Net Zero and Social Value Contract Commitments”). The Supplier shall report its progress on delivering its Net Zero and Social Value Contract Commitments through progress reports, as set out in the Specification and Tender Response Document forming part of this Framework Agreement and any Contracts.