KPI Sample Clauses

KPI. 8 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation KFA24: Performance Management, Monitor, Evaluation and compliance Strategic Services Draft the Process Plan indicating the process to be followed to review the IDP and submit to Council for adoption by 31 August The Integrated Development Plan /Budget Process Plan that would assist with the process of developing Council’s operating and capital budgets for the 2016/17, financial year to ensure that a multi-year budget, linked to the IDP, is tabled 90 days before the start of a financial year for approval. Output 1 0 0 0 1 30 June 2017 5 Initial: Director ________________ Initial: MM ________________ IDP Ref KPA Key Focus Area Department Indicator Indicator Definition TYPE Qtr 1 Target Qtr 2 Target Qtr 3 Target Qtr 4 Target Annu al Targe t Annual Target Date Weightin g KPI. 9 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation KFA24: Performance Management, Monitor, Evaluation and compliance Strategic Services Review the draft IDP submit the draft to the Council by 31 March Review the draft IDP submit the draft to the Council by 31 March as per legislative requirements Output 0 0 1 0 1 30 June 2017 5 KPI. 10 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation KFA24: Performance Management, Monitor, Evaluation and compliance Strategic Services Compile the Top Layer SDBIP and submit to the Executive Mayor for approval within 28 days after the approval of the budget Compile the Top Layer SDBIP and submit to the Executive Mayor for approval within 28 days after the approval of the budget as per legislative requirements Output 0 0 0 1 1 30 June 2017 5 Initial: Director ________________ Initial: MM ________________ IDP Ref KPA Key Focus Area Department Indicator Indicator Definition TYPE Qtr 1 Target Qtr 2 Target Qtr 3 Target Qtr 4 Target Annu al Targe t Annual Target Date Weightin g KPI 11 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation KFA24: Performance Management, Monitor, Evaluation and compliance Strategic Services Compile and submit the Draft Annual Report to Council by 25 January Compile and submit the Draft Annual Report to Council by 25 January as per legislative requirements Output 0 0 1 0 1 30 June 2017 5 KPI 12 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation K...
KPI. 4 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation KFA21: Governance Structures, Risk and IGR Office of the Municipal Manager Annual Strategic risk assessment conducted and approved by Council One Strategic risk assessment need to be conducted for the Municipality and approved by Council. Activity 0 1 0 0 1 30 June 2017 5 KPI. 5 KPA 5: To Promote efficient and effective Governance with high levels of stakeholder participation KFA21: Governance Structures, Risk and IGR Office of the Municipal Manager Submission of annually reviewed risk based audit plan to Audit Committee Submission of annually reviewed risk based audit plan to Audit Committee Activity 1 1 30 June 2017 5 IDP Ref KPA Key Focus Area Department Indicator Indicator Definition TYPE Qtr 1 Target Qtr 2 Target Qtr 3 Target Qtr 4 Target Annu al Targe t Annual Target Date Weightin g

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  • Staffing Levels To the extent legislative appropriations and PIN authorizations allow, safe staffing levels will be maintained in all institutions where employees have patient, client, inmate or student care responsibilities. In July of each year, the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of each agency will, upon request, meet with the Union, to hear the employees' views regarding staffing levels. In August of each year, the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of Budget and Management will, upon request, meet with the Union to hear the employees' views regarding the Governor's budget request.

  • Service Level In the event that League InfoSight discovers or is notified by you of the existence of Non-Scheduled Downtime, we will use commercially reasonable efforts to determine the source of the problem and attempt to resolve it as quickly as possible.

  • Service Levels The Company’s products or services are provided 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. The Company shall ensure 99.9% up-time, Monday through Friday between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. US Central Time (“Up-time”). Where Up-time percentage averages less than 99.9% in a calendar month, the School District shall have the right to terminate the Agreement immediately upon written notice to the Company and shall be entitled to a refund of the School District’s fees paid for the services, as depreciated on a straight-line basis over a 12-month period commencing on the date the School District first had access to the Services through the date of termination.

  • Metrics The DISTRICT and PARTNER will partake in monthly coordination meetings at mutually agreed upon times and dates to discuss the progress of the program Scope of Work. DISTRICT and PARTNER will also mutually establish criteria and process for ongoing program assessment/evaluation such as, but not limited to the DISTRICT’s assessment metrics and other state metrics [(Measures of Academic Progress – English, SBAC – 11th grade, Redesignation Rates, mutually developed rubric score/s, student attendance, and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) data)]. The DISTRICT and PARTNER will also engage in annual review of program content to ensure standards alignment that comply with DISTRICT approved coursework. The PARTNER will provide their impact data based upon these metrics.

  • Performance Metrics ADAPTEC. Subject to Section 3.4 and any other terms and conditions of this Agreement, Adaptec shall maintain sufficient resources to perform its obligations hereunder and under the Transition Service Schedules. Specific performance metrics for Adaptec for a specific Service may be set forth in the corresponding Transition Service Schedule. Where none is set forth, Adaptec shall use reasonable efforts to provide Services in accordance with the policies, procedures and practices in effect before the Separation Date relating to or in connection with the Roxio Business and shall exercise the same care and skill as it exercises in performing similar services for itself.

  • Performance Levels (a) The Performance Levels which apply to the performance by the respective Parties of their obligations under this Agreement are set out in Part 1 of Schedule 5. A failure by either Party to achieve the relevant Performance Level will not constitute a breach of this Agreement and the only consequences of such failure as between the Parties shall be the consequences set out in this Clause 5.6.

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  • Service Level Credits Supplier recognizes that ABM is paying Supplier to deliver the Services at specified Service Levels. If Supplier fails to meet such Service Levels, then Supplier shall pay or credit to ABM the performance credits specified in Schedule G (“Service Level Credits”) in recognition of the diminished value of the Services resulting from Supplier’s failure to meet the agreed upon level of performance, and not as a penalty. Under no circumstances shall the imposition of Service Level Credits be construed as ABM’s sole or exclusive remedy for any failure to meet the Service Levels. If ABM recovers monetary damages from Supplier as a result of Supplier’s failure to meet a Service Level, Supplier shall be entitled to set-off against such damages any Service Level Credits paid for the failure giving rise to such recovery. For avoidance of doubt, unless otherwise specified in Schedule G, Supplier’s performance under the Master Agreement and all Companion Agreements shall be aggregated together for purposes of determining Supplier’s compliance with applicable Service Levels and calculating and assessing any resulting Service Level Credits.

  • Milestones Subject to the provisions of the SGIP, the Parties shall agree on milestones for which each Party is responsible and list them in Attachment 4 of this Agreement. A Party’s obligations under this provision may be extended by agreement. If a Party anticipates that it will be unable to meet a milestone for any reason other than a Force Majeure event, it shall immediately notify the other Parties of the reason(s) for not meeting the milestone and (1) propose the earliest reasonable alternate date by which it can attain this and future milestones, and (2) requesting appropriate amendments to Attachment 4. The Party affected by the failure to meet a milestone shall not unreasonably withhold agreement to such an amendment unless it will suffer significant uncompensated economic or operational harm from the delay, (1) attainment of the same milestone has previously been delayed, or (2) it has reason to believe that the delay in meeting the milestone is intentional or unwarranted notwithstanding the circumstances explained by the Party proposing the amendment.