INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION Sample Clauses

INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. Access by Authorized Users to Contract terms and pricing information shall be made available and publically posted on the OGS website. To that end, OGS shall publically post the Contract Pricelist, including all subsequent changes in the Contract offerings (adds, deletes, price revisions), Contractor contact information, and the Contract terms and conditions, throughout the Contract term.
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INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. Access by Authorized Users to Contract terms and pricing information shall be made available and posted on the Contractor’s Internet website within thirty (30) calendar days of the Contract start date. Directions and assistance in using the website in general must be available at entry. To that end, the Contractor is required to host the complete Contract pricing and Product offerings at Contractor’s Internet website, at Contractor’s sole expense, including all subsequent changes in the Contract offerings (e.g. adds, deletes and price revisions, as applicable) during the Contract term, in accordance with the following requirements:
INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. In addition to the requirements listed in Appendix A, Section 7.2, Internet Access to Contract and Pricing Information, Successful Respondent shall include the following with its webpage:
INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. Access by Authorized Users to Contract pricing information shall be made available and posted on the Contractor’s Internet website. Directions and assistance in using the website in general must be available at entry. To that end, the Contractor is required to host the complete Contract pricing and product offerings at Contractor’s Internet website, at Contractor’s sole expense, including all subsequent changes in the Contract offerings (e.g. adds, deletes and price revisions, as applicable) during the Contract term, in accordance with the following requirements:
INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. For more information on SFS, its use, and its capabilities please visit the SFS website here: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/.
INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. Upon request, Contractor shall supply hard copies of the Contract Price List to OGS for distribution to Authorized Users or supply them directly to Authorized Users.
INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. Access by Contract Users to Contract products, services and pricing information may be made available and posted on the Internet. The State reserves the right to post a Contractor's Contract pricing on the OGS web site. The Contractor will be required to host their own complete Contract pricing and product offerings at Contractor's Internet site, at Contractor's sole expense, including all subsequent changes in the Contract offerings (additions, deletions, price revisions) during the Contract term, in accordance with the Contract requirements. If Contractor posts Contract pricing information, Contractor is responsible for Contract and related information to be accurately and completely posted, maintained, updated and displayed in an objective (i.e.: informational only) and timely manner, which renders it clearly distinguishable from other, non-Contract offerings at Contractor's web site. Any changes (in accordance with the terms of this Contract) in product offering or pricing which require pre-approval by OGS, may not be posted on the website prior to notification of approval. Hard copy catalog and price lists must be available to all end users who either do not have web access or prefer the optional format. If Contractor stores, collects or maintains personal identification data electronically as a condition of accessing State Contract information, such data shall only be used internally by Contractor for the purpose of implementing the State Contract and shall not be disseminated to third parties or used for other marketing purposes.
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INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION. Contractors offering Commonly Stocked Parts shall establish and maintain, at Contractor’s sole expense, a dedicated NYS Contract website with online shopping capabilities, for use by Authorized Users Statewide. The Contractor’s website shall be operational and able to accept orders within sixty (60) calendar days of Contract execution. Directions and assistance in using the website in general must be available at the website. The NYS website shall contain a web-based ordering system with the capability of integrating with the NYS eMarketplace (see Section 2.16 Mandatory Participation in the eMarketplace). Contractors only offering Direct Order parts shall not be required to establish a dedicated NYS Contract website.
INTERNET ACCESS TO CONTRACT AND PRICING INFORMATION 

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