Religious Activities The Subrecipient agrees that funds provided under this Agreement will not be utilized for inherently religious activities prohibited by 24 CFR 570.200(j), such as worship, religious instruction, or proselytization.
Damage to Personal Property The Employer will provide reimbursement for reasonable repair or replacement of damages incurred to the employee's eyeglasses, contact lenses or other prosthesis, ripped uniforms, or personal clothing, as a result of being assaulted while performing his/her work. The employee must report the incident by the end of their shift. The employee will present her or his receipt to the Employer within seven (7) days after the event, unless it was impossible for her or him to do so during this period. The Employer will reimburse up to a maximum of one hundred dollars ($100) per incident except for eyeglasses, which shall have a maximum reimbursement of three hundred dollars ($300).
Employees and Independent Contractors Party agrees that it shall comply with the laws of the State of Vermont with respect to the appropriate classification of its workers and service providers as “employees” and “independent contractors” for all purposes, to include for purposes related to unemployment compensation insurance and workers compensation coverage, and proper payment and reporting of wages. Party agrees to ensure that all of its subcontractors or sub-grantees also remain in legal compliance as to the appropriate classification of “workers” and “independent contractors” relating to unemployment compensation insurance and workers compensation coverage, and proper payment and reporting of wages. Party will on request provide to the Agency of Human Services information pertaining to the classification of its employees to include the basis for the classification. Failure to comply with these obligations may result in termination of this Agreement.
Essential Personnel For a period of one year commencing on the effective date of this Agreement, the Adviser and the Fund agree that the retention of (i) the chief executive officer, president, chief financial officer and secretary of the Adviser and (ii) each director, officer and employee of the Adviser or any of its Affiliates (as defined in the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (the "1940 Act")) who serves as an officer of the Fund (each person referred to in (i) or (ii) hereinafter being referred to as an "Essential Person"), in his or her current capacities, is in the best interest of the Fund and the Fund's shareholders. In connection with the Adviser's acceptance of employment hereunder, the Adviser hereby agrees and covenants for itself and on behalf of its Affiliates that neither the Adviser nor any of its Affiliates shall make any material or significant personnel changes or replace or seek to replace any Essential Person or cause to be replaced any Essential Person, in each case without first informing the Board of Trustees of the Fund in a timely manner. In Addition, neither the Adviser nor any Affiliate of the Adviser shall change or seek to change or cause to be changed, in any material respect, the duties and responsibilities of any Essential Person, in each case without first informing the Board of Trustees of the Fund in a timely manner.
CONSULTANT’S RESPONSIBILITIES In addition to all other obligations contained herein, the Consultant agrees, warrants, and represents that:
Access to Personnel Files All employees shall be allowed access to their personnel files during normal working hours for inspection and/or copies of documents which will be provided by the Employer. Such inspection shall be made subject to prior arrangement with the Employer.
WARRANTY OF CONTRACTOR’S ABILITY TO PERFORM The Contractor warrants that, to the best of its knowledge, there is no pending or threatened action, proceeding, or investigation, or any other legal or financial condition, that would in any way prohibit, restrain, or diminish the Contractor’s ability to satisfy its Contract obligations. The Contractor warrants that neither it nor any affiliate is currently on the Suspended Vendor List, Convicted Vendor List, or the Discriminatory Vendor List, or on any similar list maintained by any other state or the federal government. The Contractor shall immediately notify the Department in writing if its ability to perform is compromised in any manner during the term of the Contract. Information Technology Staff Augmentation Services Contract No. 80101507-21-STC-ITSA Contract Exhibit F Resume Self-Certification Form Contractor’s candidates shall complete this Resume Self-Certification Form. Completed Resume Self-Certification Forms shall be submitted within the Contractor’s response to Customer’s requests for quote. “I the undersigned do hereby certify, under the penalty of perjury, that information in my resume submitted for consideration of the State of Florida contract position is true, correct, complete, and made in good faith to the best of my knowledge and belief. If an omission, falsification, misstatement, or misrepresentation has been made regarding my education, work ability, experience, employment history, and/or fitness for employment as a contractor, I may be disqualified as a contractor, and the matter will be reported to appropriate agency or law enforcement personnel. I understand that there may be civil and/or criminal penalties for misrepresenting pertinent information in connection with contract positions, including, but not limited to, penalties available under sections 287.133 or 817.566, Florida Statutes. I further understand that if I am not a United States citizen, violation cases may be reported to the US Department of Homeland Security for potential deportation.” “In addition, I the undersigned do hereby consent to the release of my information by employers, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and other individuals and organizations to investigators and other authorized agents of Florida for verification and investigation purposes. I understand that any documents submitted to procure a contract(s) with the State of Florida, including resumes, are public records.” Print Full Legal Name of Candidate Candidate’s Signature Date Candidate’s Form of Identification Presented Identification number Contractor’s Witness Signature One Date Contractor’s Witness Signature Two Date Print Name Contractor’s Witness One Print Name Contractor’s Witness Two Information Technology Staff Augmentation Services Contract No. 80101507-21-STC-ITSA Contract Exhibit G Contractor Selection Justification Form Customers shall complete this Contractor Selection Justification Form for each candidate selected and attach all completed forms to the purchase order. Date: Contractor’s Name: _ Contractor’s Contact Information: Candidate’s Name: Address: _ Phone: _ Email: _ Date Candidate will be available: _ Hourly rate of candidate: $ Position candidate recommended for: _ Justification for selection of candidate: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Agency: Division/Section/Unit: _ Printed Name: _ Title: _ Signature _ Date: Information Technology Staff Augmentation Services Contract No. 80101507-21-STC-ITSA Contract Exhibit H Contractor Performance Survey Note: This is an example of the questions contained in the Contractor Performance Survey. The actual survey will be provided in electronic form. Customers shall complete this Contractor Performance Survey for each Contractor on a quarterly basis. Customers will electronically submit the completed Contractor Performance Survey(s) to the Department Contract Manager no later than the due date indicated the Scope of Work. Contractor's Name: Quarter: Purchase Order (PO) Number: PO Total $ Amount: PO Starting Date Ending Date Please review the attached Rating Definitions and provide your opinion by rating the following: Quality of Service
Business Relations Neither the Company nor Seller knows that ------------------ any customer or supplier of the Company will cease to do business with the Company after the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby in the same manner and at the same levels as previously conducted with the Company except for any reductions which do not result in a Material Adverse Change. Neither Seller nor the Company has received any notice of any material disruption (including delayed deliveries or allocations by suppliers) in the availability of any material portion of the materials used by the Company nor is the Company or Seller aware of any facts which could lead them to believe that the Business will be subject to any such material disruption.
Access to Personal Information by Subcontractors Supplier agrees to require any subcontractors or agents to which it discloses Personal Information under this Agreement or under any SOW to provide reasonable assurance, evidenced by written contract, that they will comply with the same or substantially similar confidentiality, privacy and security obligations with respect to such Personal Information as apply to Supplier under this Agreement or any SOW. Supplier shall confirm in writing to DXC that such contract is in place as a condition to DXC’s approval of use of a subcontractor in connection with any SOW. Upon request of DXC, Supplier will provide to DXC a copy of the subcontract or an extract of the relevant clauses. Supplier shall ensure that any failure on the part of any subcontractor or agent to comply with the Supplier obligations under this Agreement or any SOW shall be grounds to promptly terminate such subcontractor or agent. If during the term of this Agreement or any SOW, DXC determines, in its exclusive discretion, that any Supplier subcontractor or agent cannot comply with the Supplier obligations under this Agreement or with any SOW, then DXC may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part (with respect to any SOW for which such subcontractor or agent is providing services), if not cured by Supplier within the time prescribed in the notice of such deficiency.