INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE Sample Clauses

INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER BASED PROGRAM: I. PURPOSEThe purpose of this Agreement is to provide domestic violence shelter-based services programs that are consistent with the California Welfare and Institution Code, Sections 18294-18298, that provide direct emergency crisis shelter services to victims of domestic violence and their children. The California Welfare and Institution Code, Sections 18294- 18298, were revised by Assembly Bill (AB) 2084. The vision of the Domestic Violence Shelter-Based Services Program is to strengthen and increase the services available to the victims of domestic violence and their children.
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INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. 1.1 The principles, rules and procedures set out in this Section 1.A of these Guidelines shall govern the conduct and administration of the procurement of the goods, works and non- consultant services2 that need to be acquired to implement the Projects under the Compact.3 General Considerations 1.2.1 The MCA Entity is responsible for implementing the Projects, and therefore for selecting the contractors and suppliers, and awarding and subsequently administering the contracts. While in practice the specific procurement rules and procedures to be followed in the implementation of
INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. 1.1 The principles, rules and procedures set out in this Section 1.B of these Guidelines1 shall govern the conduct and administration of the procurement of the consultants and consultant services that need to be acquired to implement the Projects under the Compact. 21.2 Reserved 3 4 1.3 For the purpose of these Guidelines, the term consultants includes a wide variety of entities, including consulting firms, engineering firms, construction managers, management firms, procurement agents, inspection agents, auditors, multinational organizations, investment and merchant banks, universities, research institutions, nongovernmental organizations, and individuals.5 Consultants assist in a wide range of activities such as policy advice, institutional reforms, management, engineering services, construction supervision, financial services, procurement services, and social and environmental studies. General Considerations 1.4.1 The MCA Entity is responsible for implementing the Projects, and therefore for selecting the consultants, and awarding and subsequently administering the contracts. While in practice the specific procurement rules and procedures to be followed in the implementation of a Project depend on the circumstances of the particular case, the following MCC Program Procurement Principles shall generally guide the application of these Guidelines:
INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. 1.1 The purpose of these Guidelines is to inform those carrying out a project that is financed in whole or in part by a loan from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), a credit or grant from the International Development Association (IDA),1 a project preparation advance (PPA), a grant from the Bank, or a trust fund administered by the Bank and executed by the recipient,2 of the policies that govern the procurement of goods, works, and non-consulting services3 required for the project. The Loan Agreement governs the legal relationships between the Borrower and the Bank, and the Guidelines are made applicable to procurement of goods, works, and non- consulting services for the project, as provided in the agreement. The rights and obligations of the Borrower and the providers of goods, works, and non-consulting services for the project are governed by the bidding4 documents, and by the contracts signed by the Borrower with the providers of goods, works, and non-consulting services, and not by these Guidelines or the Loan Agreements. No party other than the parties to the Loan Agreement shall derive any rights therefrom or have any claim to loan proceeds.General Considerations
INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. On March 1, 2016, Cal OES issued a Request for Application for a new County Victim Services Program to provide one-time, federal VOCA funding to help fill victim services gaps and or needs over the period of July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2018. The grant required a Steering Committee be established with mandatory representation from several County departments, specific Cal OES funded projects, courts, and local law enforcement. The Committee collaboratively identified several existing gaps and needs with services provided to the county’s crime victims and approved several projects to meet their needs to be facilitated through an expansion of county and contracted services.
INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. This Agreement was entered into between the Mesa Vista Consolidated School District and the Mesa Vista Federation of Teachers on the 9th day of July, 2019, in Ojo Caliente, New Mexico. The purpose of this agreement is to enable the District to provide the very best environment in which to educate the students of the Mesa Vista Consolidated Schools. The District and the Federation support the promotion of harmonious and cooperative relationships between the parties to provide for the orderly and uninterrupted operations and functions of the system that offers the students the best possible education.
INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE. Under a trust agreement effective December 1, 1993 between the Health Employers Association of British Columbia ("HEABC") and certain individuals (the "Trustees"), the Trustees administer the Healthcare Benefit Trust (the "Trust") and benefits plan (the "Plan") to provide group life, accidental death and dismemberment, long-term disability, dental and extended health care benefits to eligible persons. The terms and conditions under which benefits are provided are contained in the Plan document as approved by HEABC. Employers who are eligible to and wish to participate in the Trust must sign a participation agreement with the Trust. The Trust is a continuation of and successor to the HLRA Health and Benefit Trust which was originally effective January 1, 1979.The assets (the "Fund") established to provide benefits under the Plan are held within pooled funds of certain investment managers or under a custodian agency agreement between the Trustees and a Canadian trust company acting as custodian. The Trustees have also delegated certain duties to internal Trust staff.