Information and Documentation Sample Clauses

Information and Documentation. In order to process a withdrawal, BCLC may require information and documentation from you that it considers necessary or advisable in its sole discretion, including information and documentation BCLC determines necessary or advisable to:
Information and Documentation. Company shall provide any information and/or documentation that Nortel reasonably requests from Company and that is necessary for Nortel to properly perform any of its obligations hereunder. Such information shall be provided in a form reasonably specified by Nortel by the dates specified by Nortel.
Information and Documentation. The Supplier shall notify the Buyer without undue delay if it becomes apparent that valid agreements, e.g. quality assurances, deadlines or delivery volumes, cannot be satisfied. The Supplier shall notify the Buyer without undue delay of any deviations identified after shipping has taken place. The Supplier shall disclose all necessary data and facts in the interests of finding a prompt solution. The Supplier undertakes, prior to - changes in the product or packaging - changes in the manufacturing processes, procedures or materials (also when initiated by subsuppliers) - changes in subsuppliers - changes in test procedures/facilities - relocation of production sites - relocation of production facilities at the same site, to obtain the approval of the Buyer and to provide proof of the quality that is agreed in this regard. Insofar as the Supplier makes any of the aforementioned changes without the approval of the Buyer, the Buyer is entitled to serve immediate notice of termination to all current supply contracts. Where notice of termination is served in these cases, the Supplier shall have no right to compensation. The first three deliveries after the start of the series and the aforementioned changes must be labelled as such in the delivery documents/on the transport labels. The Supplier will document all changes to the product and the process chain in a product lifecycle, which it shall submit to Buyer upon instruction. The Supplier shall introduce suitable work instructions to control all documents and data. Documents of external origin, such as standards and customer drawings, shall be included to an adequate extent. The mandatory retention period for documents is at least 15 years, which shall begin with the final delivery from series production.
Information and Documentation. If it becomes apparent that SUPPLIER cannot meet its supply obligations regarding, for example, quality features, schedules, delivery quantities, or packaging requirements, the SUPPLIER shall so inform BOSCH immediately. The SUPPLIER shall also inform BOSCH immediately of any deviations identified after delivery. The SUPPLIER shall disclose all relevant data and facts in the interest of a speedy resolution. The SUPPLIER shall obtain the written approval of BOSCH prior to Changing the product or packaging; Changing sub-suppliers; Relocating or setting up production sites; or The SUPPLIER shall inform BOSCH well in advance of Making any changes to the production methods, production equipment, processes and materials (including any such changes by sub-suppliers); Making any changes to test methods/equipment; Relocating or setting up of production equipment at a site; to allow BOSCH to verify the change to conform it has no negative impact to its products. There will be no obligation to inform where such changes pertain to non-Bosch-specific catalog goods. SUPPLIER’s first deliveries after SOP and after SUPPLIER takes any of the measures listed above must be identified according to Bosch requirements. The SUPPLIER shall document all changes to the product including any validations and present this document to BOSCH upon request. There shall be a minimum archiving period of 10 years for all documentation and drawings relating to the parties’ agreements and the products SUPPLIER provides to BOSCH, commencing on the date of the final series production delivery. Documents and drawings must be archived and disposed of in such a way that they cannot be accessed by third parties.
Information and Documentation. USAC imposes strict deadlines on responding to information requests. Unless otherwise specified, Client shall provide all information, documentation and data requested by EFG within five (5) Client business days of each request. Failure of Client to meet this timetable may result in loss of funding. Continued failure of Client to timely respond may result in termination of this Agreement;  Procurement: Client shall ascertain and comply with all applicable State and Local procurement laws and policies;  CIPA: Client shall comply with the requirements of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (“CIPA”);  ‘Needs Based’: Client acknowledges that all products and services applied for under ECF have been ascertained to be ‘needs based’ and further acknowledges it will not apply for any items for which it has received other government or private funding sources. In addition, Client must certify on the FCC Form 471 and wherever required other ECF forms, that the items applied for are ‘needs based’.  Document Retention: Client shall retain its copies of all ECF documents for the time period necessary to remain in compliance with FCC rules, which is currently ten (10) years from the last date of service.
Information and Documentation. During contract review, SUPPLIER shall check all documents, upon receipt for feasibility. SUPPLIER shall promptly inform BOSCH of any detected deficiencies or risks as well as improvement possibilities. If it becomes apparent that SUPPLIER cannot meet its supply obligations, e.g. regarding quality features, schedules, delivery quantities, or packaging requirements, SUPPLIER shall inform BOSCH promptly. This information does not excuse SUPPLIER from compliance with its contractual commitments. SUPPLIER shall also inform BOSCH promptly of any deviation from these agreements, identified after delivery. In the interest of a speedy solution SUPPLIER shall disclose all relevant data and facts to these deviations. SUPPLIER shall inform BOSCH well in advance and comprehensively about Modifications of the PRODUCT or packaging, Changes of sub-suppliers, unless otherwise agreed with BOSCH during contracting, e.-g. changes within several defined sub-suppliers, Relocating or setting up production and development sites (only development facilities responsible for BOSCH projects during development period). Suspension of development and/or maintenance of digital goods (legacy support), to allow BOSCH to verify that the planned changes have no negative impact. The preceding obligation to inform BOSCH is not applicable in case of non-Bosch-specific catalog goods (Components Off The Shelf). These PRODUCTS have neither been developed, nor changed nor adapted for BOSCH. SUPPLIER shall document all changes of PRODUCT and of the process chain, including any validation, and present these to BOSCH upon request. SUPPLIER shall archive all contract-related and PRODUCT-relevant documentation and records, and - if applicable - source codes, for minimum 10 years starting from the date of the last delivery. SUPPLIER shall protect, archive and dispose BOSCH-specific data, documents, and records in such a way, that they are inaccessible to third parties. Agreements regarding the PRODUCT Life Cycle
Information and Documentation. 7.1. The User agrees to provide the Operating Company with any information and documentation required for the performance of the Capacity Agreement, guaranteeing the truthfulness, accuracy, integrity and authenticity thereof
Information and Documentation. Purchaser agrees to supply IPA, upon request, with such information and documentation, including opinions of counsel for Purchaser, as IPA shall reasonably determine to be necessary to facilitate the issuance of Renewal Contract Project Indebtedness for the purposes described in this Section 15.
Information and Documentation. If it is identified that arranged agreements such as quality features, capabilities, dates and supply quantities cannot be met, the SUPPLIER will inform ISH immediately in writing. The SUPPLIER will also notify ISH about all identified discrepancies after delivery. In the mutual interest of damage avoidance / limitation, the SUPPLIER will disclose all necessary details and facts. The SUPPLIER is obliged to submit an application for changes to ISH before • quality influenced changes to production procedures, processes and materials (including by sub-suppliers) • change of sub-suppliers • changes to test procedures / facilities • relocating production sites • relocating production facilities on site so that ISH can check whether the planned changes may have negative repercussions. The SUPPLIER will design the layout of documentation according to the instructions provided by ISH. The SUPPLIER will only undertake the requested changes after approval of the application by ISH. The SUPPLIER will keep records about the implementation of quality assurance measures with particular reference to measurement values and test results and will store the records and samples of products in a safe place. The SUPPLIER is required to store documents and records for a minimum of 15 years after completion of R&D projects. It is the supplier`s responsibility to store all legal documents related to production programs for a minimum of 15 years after production life span ends.
Information and Documentation. 6.1. Seller and Purchaser will supply each other, upon request, with such information and documentation in their possession, as may reasonably be required to verify the financial data relevant to the execution of this Sale & Purchase Agreement.