International Organizations Sample Clauses

International Organizations. Any international organization or wholly owned agency or instrumentality thereof. This category includes any intergovernmental organization (including a supranational organization) (1) that is comprised primarily of non-U.S. governments; (2) that has in effect a headquarters agreement with Finland; and (3) the income of which does not inure to the benefit of private persons.
International Organizations. 1. A Canadian office of an international organization as defined under paragraph (1) of Section 2 of the Foreign Missions and International Organizations Act.
International Organizations. The following have been determined to be eligible to use GSA sources of supply and services, in addition to the organizations listed in appendixes A and B. This list is not all-inclusive; other activities may also be eligible to use GSA sources. Also, as stated in par. 7e.(3), certain entities may be eligible to use only specific GSA sources and/or services. GSA will rule upon the eligibility of activities on a case-by-case basis in response to requests received (see par. 11). African Development Fund American Red Cross Asian Development Bank Caribbean Organization Counterpart Foundation, Inc. Customs Cooperation Council European Space Research Organization Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Great Lakes Fishery Commission Inter-American Defense Board Inter-American Development Bank Inter-American Institute of Agriculture Sciences Inter-American Investment Corporation Inter-American Statistical Institute Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Intergovernmental Maritime Consultive Organization Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration International Atomic Energy Agency International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (WORLD BANK) International Boundary Commission-United States and Canada International Boundary and Water Commission-United States and Mexico International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes International Civil Aviation Organization International Coffee Organization International Cotton Advisory Committee International Development Association International Fertilizer Development Center International Finance Corporation International Hydrographic Bureau International Institute for Cotton International Joint Commission-United States and Canada International Labor Organization International Maritime Satellite Organization International Monetary Fund International Pacific Halibut Commission International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission-Canada International Secretariat for Volunteer Services International Telecommunications Satellite Organization International Telecommunications Union International Wheat Council Lake Ontario Claims Tribunal Multinational Force and Observers Multinational Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) North American Treaty Organization (NATO) Organization of African Unity Organization of American States Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Pan American Health Organization Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics South Pacific Commission United International Bureau...
International Organizations. The office in Norway of any organization to which the Immunity and Privileges for In- ternational Organization Act of June 19, 1947 nr. 5 apply.
International Organizations. ● A representative from the APECS Executive Committee and the APECS Executive Director are required to be part of all formal discussions where APECS Germany is the point of contact with international organizations (those which have activities primarily outside of Germany). ● Formal discussions are defined as planning activities with a specific desired outcome including, but not limited to, a signed agreement, joint project, or co-organized activity. ● APECS Germany will inform APECS of any discussions between APECS Germany and Germany-based international partners. ● APECS will include APECS Germany in formal discussions with Germany-based and international organizations planning activities in Germany if they are of concern to APECS Germany. ● APECS has sole rights to make and sign agreements with international organizations.
International Organizations. ‌ ➢ A representative from the APECS Executive Committee and the APECS Executive Director are required to be part of all formal discussions where APECS Spain is the point of contact with international organizations. ➢ Formal discussions are defined as planning activities with a specific desired outcome including, but not limited to, a signed agreement, joint project, or co-organized activity. ➢ APECS must be consulted and added as a third co-signatory to any formal agreements with international organizations. ➢ APECS Spain will inform APECS of any discussions between APECS Spain and international partners. ➢ APECS shall include APECS Spain in formal discussions with Spain-based and international organizations planning activities in Spain if the discussions are relevant to APECS Spain and its activities.
International Organizations. A public international organization (or an Italian presence of a public international organization) entitled to enjoy privileges, exemptions, and immunities as an international organization under an international treaty or agreement entered into by Italy, and any wholly owned agency or instrumentality thereof.
International Organizations. The Parties shall consult each other, at the request of either Party, on matters that concern them in relation to international organizations – the Universal Postal Union, the International Telecommunication Union and the World Trade Organization – and shall cooperate to achieve the objectives pursued by those organizations.

Related to International Organizations

  • Professional Organizations During the Term, Executive shall be reimbursed by the Company for the annual dues payable for membership in professional societies associated with subject matter related to the Company's interests. New memberships for which reimbursement will be sought shall be approved by the Company in advance.

  • International or National Shopping Goods and equipment estimated to cost less than $30,000 equivalent per contract, up to an aggregate amount not to exceed $1,000,000 equivalent, may be procured under contracts awarded on the basis of international or national shopping procedures in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 3.5 and 3.6 of the Guidelines.

  • Intergovernmental Organizations As instructed from time to time by ICANN, Registry Operator will implement the protections mechanism determined by the ICANN Board of Directors relating to the protection of identifiers for Intergovernmental Organizations. A list of reserved names for this Section 6 is available at xxxx:// Additional names (including their IDN variants) may be added to the list upon ten (10) calendar days notice from ICANN to Registry Operator. Any such protected identifiers for Intergovernmental Organizations may not be activated in the DNS, and may not be released for registration to any person or entity other than Registry Operator. Upon conclusion of Registry Operator’s designation as operator of the registry for the TLD, all such protected identifiers shall be transferred as specified by ICANN. Registry Operator may self-­‐allocate and renew such names without use of an ICANN accredited registrar, which will not be considered Transactions for purposes of Section 6.1 of the Agreement. SPECIFICATION 6 REGISTRY INTEROPERABILITY AND CONTINUITY SPECIFICATIONS

  • Foreign Terrorist Organizations Contractor represents and warrants that it is not engaged in business with Iran, Sudan, or a foreign terrorist organization, as prohibited by Section 2252.152 of the Texas Government Code.

  • INTERNATIONAL BOYCOTT PROHIBITION In accordance with Section 220-f of the Labor Law and Section 139-h of the State Finance Law, if this contract exceeds $5,000, the Contractor agrees, as a material condition of the contract, that neither the Contractor nor any substantially owned or affiliated person, firm, partnership or corporation has participated, is participating, or shall participate in an international boycott in violation of the federal Export Administration Act of 1979 (50 USC App. Sections 2401 et seq.) or regulations thereunder. If such Contractor, or any of the aforesaid affiliates of Contractor, is convicted or is otherwise found to have violated said laws or regulations upon the final determination of the United States Commerce Department or any other appropriate agency of the United States subsequent to the contract's execution, such contract, amendment or modification thereto shall be rendered forfeit and void. The Contractor shall so notify the State Comptroller within five (5) business days of such conviction, determination or disposition of appeal (2NYCRR 105.4).

  • Incorporation and Organization The Corporation and each Subsidiary has been incorporated and organized and is a valid and subsisting corporation under the laws of its jurisdiction of incorporation and has all requisite corporate power and authority to carry on its business as now conducted or proposed to be conducted and to own or lease and operate the property and assets thereof and the Corporation has all requisite corporate power and authority to enter into, execute and deliver this Agreement and to carry out the obligations thereof hereunder.

  • NO EXCLUDED NATION OR TERRORIST ORGANIZATION CERTIFICATION As required by Chapter 2252 of the Texas Government Code the Contractor must certify that it is not a company engaged in active business operations with Sudan, Iran, or a foreign terrorist organization – specifically, any company identified on a list prepared and maintained by the Texas Comptroller under Texas Government Code §§806.051, 807.051, or 2252.153. (A company that the U.S. Government affirmatively declares to be excluded from its federal sanctions regime relating to Sudan, Iran, or any federal sanctions regime relating to a foreign terrorist organization is not subject to the contract prohibition.)

  • Technical and Organizational Measures The following sections define SAP’s current technical and organizational measures. SAP may change these at any time without notice so long as it maintains a comparable or better level of security. Individual measures may be replaced by new measures that serve the same purpose without diminishing the security level protecting Personal Data.

  • Certification Regarding Business with Certain Countries and Organizations Pursuant to Subchapter F, Chapter 2252, Texas Government Code, PROVIDER certifies it is not engaged in business with Iran, Sudan, or a foreign terrorist organization. PROVIDER acknowledges this Purchase Order may be terminated if this certification is or becomes inaccurate.