Identification. Either Party may disclose to the other proprietary or confidential customer, technical, or business information in written, graphic, oral or other tangible or intangible forms ("Confidential Information"). In order for information to be considered Confidential Information under this Agreement, it must be marked "Confidential" or "Proprietary," or bear a marking of similar import. Orally or visually disclosed information shall be deemed Confidential Information only if contemporaneously identified as such and reduced to writing and delivered to the other Party with a statement or marking of confidentiality within thirty (30) calendar days after oral or visual disclosure. Notwithstanding the foregoing, pre-orders, and all orders for services placed by QuantumShift pursuant to this Agreement, and information that would constitute Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) of QuantumShift End User Customers pursuant to the Act and the rules and regulations of the FCC, as well as recorded usage information with respect to QuantumShift End User Customers, whether disclosed by QuantumShift to CenturyLink or otherwise acquired by CenturyLink in the course of its performance under this Agreement, is considered Confidential Information.
Identification. When performing work on District property, Contractor shall be in appropriate work attire (or uniform, if applicable) at all times. If Contractor does not have a specific uniform, then Contractor shall provide identification tags and/or any other mechanism the District in its sole discretion determines is required to easily identify Contractor. Contractor and its employees shall (i) display on their clothes the above-mentioned identifying information and (ii) carry photo identification and present it to any District personnel upon request. If Contractor cannot produce such identification or if the identification is unacceptable to District, District may provide at its sole discretion, District-produced identification tags to Contractor, costs to be borne by Contractor.
Identification. This Security Agreement (the "Agreement"), dated as of March 10, 2006, is entered into by and between Aprecia Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Parent"), the Subsidiaries of the Parent identified on Annex I hereto (each a "Guarantor" and together with Parent, each a “Debtor” and collectively the "Debtors"), and Michael Hartstein, as collateral agent acting in the manner and to the extent described in the Collateral Agent Agreement defined below (the "Collateral Agent"), for the benefit of the parties identified on Schedule A hereto (collectively, the "Lenders").
Identification. The Disclosure Schedules contain a complete and accurate list of all employee benefit plans (within the meaning of Section 3(3) of ERISA) sponsored by the Company or to which the Company contributes on behalf of its employees and all employee benefit plans previously sponsored or contributed to on behalf of its employees within the three years preceding the date hereof (the "Employee Benefit Plans"). The Company has provided to APP copies of all plan documents (as they may have been amended to the date hereof), determination letters, pending determination letter applications, trust instruments, insurance contracts or policies related to an Employee Benefit Plan, administrative services contracts, annual reports, actuarial valuations, summary plan descriptions, summaries of material modifications, administrative forms and other documents that constitute a part of or are incident to the administration of the Employee Benefit Plans. In addition, the Company has provided or made available to APP a written description of all existing practices engaged in by the Company that constitute Employee Benefit Plans. Subject to the requirements of ERISA, each of the Employee Benefit Plans can be terminated or amended at will by the Company without any further liability or obligation on the part of such entity to make further contributions or payments in connection therewith following such termination. No unwritten amendment exists with respect to any Employee Benefit Plan.
Identification. Either Party may disclose to the other proprietary or confidential customer, technical, or business information in written, graphic, oral or other tangible or intangible forms ("Confidential Information"). In order for information to be considered Confidential Information under this Agreement, it must be marked "Confidential" or "Proprietary," or bear a marking of similar import. Orally or visually disclosed information shall be deemed Confidential Information only if contemporaneously identified as such and reduced to writing and delivered to the other Party with a statement or marking of confidentiality within thirty
Identification. This Guaranty (the “Guaranty”), dated as of January 22, 2010, is entered into by [____________________________], a [______________] corporation (“Guarantor”), for the benefit of the Collateral Agent identified below and the parties identified on Schedule A hereto (each a “Lender” and collectively, the “Lenders”).
Identification. The HMO must develop and maintain a system and procedures for identifying Members with Special Health Care Needs (MSHCN), including people with disabilities or chronic or complex medical and behavioral health conditions and Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)1. The HMO must contact Members pre-screened by the HHSC Administrative Services Contractor as MSHCN to determine whether they meet the HMO’s MSHCN assessment criteria, and to determine whether the Member requires special services described in this section. The HMO must provide information to the HHSC Administrative Services Contractor that identifies Members who the HMO has assessed to be MSHCN, including any Members pre-screened by the HHSC Administrative Services Contractor and confirmed by the HMO as a MSHCN. The information must be provided, in a format and on a timeline to be specified by HHSC in the Uniform Managed Care Manual, and updated with newly identified MSHCN by the 10th day of each month. In the event that a MSHCN changes HMOs, the HMO must provide the receiving contractor information concerning the results of the HMO’s identification and assessment of that Member’s needs, to prevent duplication of those activities.