Key Personnel. C4.1 The Contractor acknowledges that the Key Personnel are essential to the proper provision of the Services to the Authority.
Key Personnel. Section 4.7.1 To carry out its duties, the Design-Builder shall provide at least the key personnel identified in Exhibit D to this Agreement, who shall carry out the functions identified in the Exhibit. Among other things, the Key Personnel shall include the project managers that will be responsible for managing the Work related to the Project’s structural, mechanical, electrical and special systems. It is contemplated that these project managers will work from the design stage, purchasing and throughout the bulk of the field work. The Design-Builder's obligation to provide adequate staffing is not limited to providing the key personnel, but is determined by the needs of the Project. The Design-Builder shall not replace any of the key personnel without the Department's prior written approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. If any of the key personnel become unavailable to perform services in connection with the Contract due to death, illness, discharge or resignation, then the Design-Builder shall promptly appoint a replacement acceptable to the Department. The Department shall be entitled to complete information on each such replacement, including a current resume of his or her qualifications and experience.
Key Personnel. Subadviser agrees that the following key personnel will have primary responsibility with respect to the investment management of the Account. If these individuals are unable to devote sufficient time to maintain primary responsibility for the Account, Subadviser must give Client written advance notice, or, if Subadviser does not have advance knowledge of such inability, prompt written notice within one (1) business day after Subadviser first learns of such inability, of the name of the person designated by Subadviser to replace or supplement these individuals. In addition, Subadviser shall give Client written notice of the replacement of any employee of Subadviser who has direct supervisory responsibility for the key personnel or who has responsibility for setting investment policy as soon as reasonably practicable.
Key Personnel. 2.3.1 The Supplier acknowledges that the Key Personnel are essential to the proper provision of the Contract Services to the Customer. The Key Personnel shall be responsible for performing such roles as are ascribed to them in the Letter of Appointment and such other roles as may be necessary or desirable for the purposes of the Contract or as may be agreed between the Parties from time to time.
Key Personnel. 1. Each Party shall, subject to its laws and regulations, grant natural persons of another Party, and key personnel who are employed by natural or juridical persons of another Party, temporary entry and stay in its territory in order to engage in activities connected with commercial presence, including the provision of advice or key technical services.
Key Personnel. Where Key Personnel have been specified in the Order Form this Clause 5 and the following provisions shall apply: The Order Form lists the Key Personnel who the Supplier shall appoint to fill the Key Roles (where identified) at the Commencement Date; the Supplier shall ensure that the Key Personnel fulfil the Key Roles at all times during the Term; the Customer may identify any further roles as being Key Roles and, following agreement to the same by the Supplier, the relevant person selected to fill those Key Roles shall be included on the list of Key Personnel; the Supplier shall not remove or replace any Key Personnel (including when carrying out its obligations under Contract Schedule 2 (Exit Management)) unless : requested to do so by the Customer; the relevant person concerned resigns, retires or dies or takes any extended absences such as maternity leave or long-term sick leave; the person’s employment or contractual arrangement with the Supplier or a Sub-Contractor is terminated for material breach of contract by the employee; or the Supplier obtains the Customer’s prior written consent (such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed); the Supplier shall: notify the Customer promptly of the absence of any Key Personnel (other than for short-term sickness or holidays of two (2) weeks or less, in which case the Supplier shall ensure appropriate temporary cover for that Key Role); ensure that any Key Role is not vacant for any longer than five (5) Working Days; give as much notice as is reasonably practicable of its intention to remove or replace any member of Key Personnel and, except in the cases of death, unexpected ill health or a material breach of the Key Personnel’s employment contract, this will mean at least three (3) Months’ notice; ensure that all arrangements for planned changes in Key Personnel provide adequate periods during which incoming and outgoing personnel work together to transfer responsibilities and ensure that such change does not have an adverse impact on the provision of the Ordered Panel Services; and ensure that any replacement for a Key Role: has a level of qualifications and experience appropriate to the relevant Key Role; and is fully competent to carry out the tasks assigned to the Key Personnel whom he or she has replaced; shall and shall procure that any Sub-Contractor shall not remove or replace any Key Personnel during the Term without Approval; and the Supplier shall not charge, and the Customer shall have ...
Key Personnel. Exhibit C to this Agreement may list individuals of the Vendor who have particular expertise on which the Board is relying (“Key Personnel”). Vendor may not reassign or replace Key Personnel without the written consent of the Board, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. If one or more Key Personnel terminate their employment with Vendor or otherwise become unavailable for reasons beyond Vendor’s reasonable control, Vendor shall promptly replace such person with another person with comparable training and experience, subject to the approval of the Board, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
Key Personnel. Contractor personnel that are evaluated in a source selection process and that may be required to be used in the performance of a contract by the Key Personnel listed in the PWS. When key personnel are used as an evaluation factor in best value procurement, an offer can be rejected if it does not have a firm commitment from the persons that are listed in the proposal.
Key Personnel. Upon Contract award, the Architectural Designer and its Subconsultants shall assign the Key Personnel to perform the design, contract preparation and construction administration services of the Architectural Designer required under this Contract that are listed in the Architectural Designer’s Proposal (Exhibit C) and the attached Exhibit D to this Contract. The Architectural Designer and its Subconsultants shall not reassign or replace any Key Personnel listed above, without the School District’s prior written consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. All Key Personnel must participate in the Project in their respective roles, and failure of any Key Personnel to do so may be grounds for termination of this Contract pursuant to Section 14, Termination. The School District reserves the right to direct the Architectural Designer to remove any personnel from the Services provided under this Contract upon material reason therefore given in writing, and to review and approve the replacement of Key Personnel. If removal is for cause, any cost of such removal shall be borne by the Architectural Designer.