Institutional Arrangements Sample Clauses

Institutional Arrangements. 1. The AIA Council, as established by the AEM under the AIA Agreement, shall be responsible for the implementation of this Agreement.
Institutional Arrangements. 1. (a) The Borrower shall carry out the Project, or cause the Project to be carried out, in accordance with the Project Operational Manual, the Procurement Plan, the pertinent Annual Operating Plan, the JCI International Standards of Hospital Accreditation; and (b) except as the Bank shall otherwise agree, the Borrower shall not amend or waive any provision of these documents without the Bank’s prior written approval. In case of any conflict between the terms of said documents and those of this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall prevail.
Institutional Arrangements. 1. The Borrower shall:
Institutional Arrangements. 1. The ASEAN Economic Ministers (AEM) shall, for the purposes of this Agreement, establish an ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) Council comprising one (1) ministerial-level nominee from each Member State and the Secretary-General of ASEAN. In the performance of its functions, the AFTA Council shall also be supported by the Senior Economic Officials' Meeting (SEOM). In the fulfilment of its functions, the SEOM may establish bodies, as appropriate, to assist them such as the Coordinating Committee on the implementation of ATIGA (CCA). The SEOM, assisted by the CCA, shall ensure the effective implementation of this Agreement and, shall coordinate and be supported by technical bodies and committees under this Agreement.
Institutional Arrangements. The Recipient shall maintain until completion of the Project a Project Steering Committee chaired by the Secretary of Commerce and Industry and including representatives of the Department of National Planning and Monitoring, the Department of Treasury, each Participating Financial Intermediary, the Consultative Implementation and Monitoring Council and, until the Recipient shall have established a private sector consultative group focused upon issues of particular relevance to SMEs, the PNG Business Council, and, once the private sector consultative group has been established, such group; said committee shall meet once every calendar quarter during Project implementation to provide overall policy guidance and implementation oversight, and may make recommendations for improving Project implementation to the Minister for Commerce and Industry and the Association jointly. The Recipient, through DCI, shall maintain until the completion of the Project, a Project Implementation Unit, consisting of qualified staff in sufficient numbers and under terms of reference satisfactory to the Association (including, inter alia, a financial management advisor), and provided at all times with adequate funds and other resources, which shall be responsible for the overall coordination, procurement, implementation, financial management, and monitoring and evaluation of the Project activities. The Project Implementation Unit shall also serve as secretariat to the Project Steering Committee. The Recipient, through DCI, shall maintain until the completion of the Project, a Technical Evaluation Committee consisting of qualified staff (including, as the case may be, staff of the Project Implementation Unit) in sufficient numbers, and under terms of reference satisfactory to the Association, and provided at all times with adequate funds and other resources, which shall be responsible for evaluating procurement bids and proposals related to Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the Project.
Institutional Arrangements. The Project Implementing Entity shall vest the responsibility for overall implementation of the Project in the P&DD which shall delegate the day-to-day management of Project activities to: (i) BBSYDP for purposes of Component 1 of the Project; and (ii) STEVTA for purposes of Components 2 and 3 of the Project, in a manner and substance satisfactory to the Association. To this end, the Project Implementing Entity shall: maintain throughout the period of implementation of the Project the Sindh Skills Development Leadership Team, chaired by the Additional Chief Secretary. P&DD, with representation from the heads of BBSYDP and STEVTA, as well as other relevant officials that the chair considers appropriate/necessary for the strategic policy guidance and oversight of the implementation of the three (3)components of the Project; cause BBSYDP to maintain, throughout the period of implementation of the Project, a Provincial Steering Committee with representation from the private sector and the provincial government, under terms of reference set forth in the BBSYDP Operations Manual, in order to provide with strategic leadership, policy guidance and general oversight to BBSYDP in the carrying out of Component 1 of the Project; cause BBSYDP to maintain, throughout the period of implementation of the Project, a Provincial Coordination Unit headed by an experienced Project Coordinator, acceptable to the Association, and: (i) provided with adequately qualified staff, in sufficient numbers, under terms of reference satisfactory to the Association; and (ii) vested with adequate powers, functions, authority and resources, acceptable to the Association, in order to manage and coordinate the day-to-day implementation of activities and compliance with the fiduciary requirements for Component 1 of the Project; maintain throughout the period of implementation of the Project, a project management unit headed by an experienced Project Coordinator, acceptable to the Association, and: (i) provided with adequately qualified staff, in numbers, under terms of reference satisfactory to the Association; and (ii) vested with adequate powers, functions, authority and financial resources, acceptable to the Association, in order to manage and coordinate the day-to-day implementation of activities and compliance with the fiduciary requirements for Components 2 and 3 of the Project; and cause STEVTA to establish by no later than three (3) months after the Effective Date, and thereafter mainta...