Minimizing Operating Problems Sample Clauses

Related to Minimizing Operating Problems

  • Performance Expectations The performance reporting, monitoring, evaluation and management of NMHS in relation to the terms of this Agreement is prescribed in the Performance Policy Framework and Performance Management Policy (PMP). See: xxxxx://xx0.xxxxxx.xx.xxx.xx/Xxxxx-xx/Xxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx/Xxxxxxxxxxx

  • Year 2000 Problem The Company and its Subsidiaries have reviewed the areas within their business and operations which could be adversely affected by, and have developed or are developing a program to address on a timely basis, the "Year 2000 Problem" (that is, the risk that computer applications used by the Company and its Subsidiaries may be unable to recognize and perform properly date-sensitive functions involving certain dates prior to and any date after December 31, 1999). Based on such review and program, the Company reasonably believes that the "Year 2000 Problem" will not have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Downtime Due to the nature of server provision, downtime and lost transmissions may occur as part of routine maintenance. You are advised to maintain a copy of your account status and details of Content purchased.

  • Project/Milestones Taxpayer provides refrigerated warehousing and logistic distribution services to clients throughout the United States. In consideration for the Credit, Taxpayer agrees to invest in a new refrigeration and distribution facility in the XxXxxxxxx Park area of Sacramento, California, and hire full-time employees (collectively, the “Project”). Further, Taxpayer agrees to satisfy the milestones as described in Exhibit A (“Milestones”) and must maintain Milestones for a minimum of three (3) taxable years thereafter. In the event Taxpayer employs more than the number of full-time employees, determined on an annual full-time equivalent basis, than required in Exhibit A, for purposes of satisfying the “Minimum Annual Salary of California Full-time Employees Hired” and the “Cumulative Average Annual Salary of California Full-time Employees Hired,” Taxpayer may use the salaries of any of the full-time employees hired within the required time period. For purposes of calculating the “Minimum Annual Salary of California Full-time Employees Hired” and the “Cumulative Average Annual Salary of California Full-time Employees Hired,” the salary of any full-time employee that is not employed by Taxpayer for the entire taxable year shall be annualized. In addition, the salary of any full-time employee hired to fill a vacated position in which a full-time employee was employed during Taxpayer’s Base Year shall be disregarded.

  • Project The Recipient declares its commitment to the objectives of the Project. To this end, the Recipient shall cause the Project to be carried out by the Project Implementing Entity in accordance with the provisions of Article IV of the General Conditions and the Project Agreement. Without limitation upon the provisions of Section 3.01 of this Agreement, and except as the Recipient and the Association shall otherwise agree, the Recipient shall ensure that the Project is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Schedule 2 to this Agreement.

  • Contractor’s Project Manager and Key Personnel Contractor shall appoint a Project Manager to direct the Contractor’s efforts in fulfilling Contractor’s obligations under this Contract. This Project Manager shall be subject to approval by the County and shall not be changed without the written consent of the County’s Project Manager, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. The Contractor’s Project Manager shall be assigned to this project for the duration of the Contract and shall diligently pursue all work and services to meet the project time lines. The County’s Project Manager shall have the right to require the removal and replacement of the Contractor’s Project Manager from providing services to the County under this Contract. The County’s Project manager shall notify the Contractor in writing of such action. The Contractor shall accomplish the removal within five (5) business days after written notice by the County’s Project Manager. The County’s Project Manager shall review and approve the appointment of the replacement for the Contractor’s Project Manager. The County is not required to provide any additional information, reason or rationale in the event it The County is not required to provide any additional information, reason or rationale in the event it requires the removal of Contractor’s Project Manager from providing further services under the Contract.

  • 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.

  • Projects The Annexes attached hereto describe the specific projects and the policy reforms and other activities related thereto (each, a “Project”) that the Government will carry out, or cause to be carried out, in furtherance of this Compact to achieve the Objectives and the Compact Goal.

  • 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.

  • Tenant Responsibilities Tenant will keep the Leased Premises and the fixtures and equipment therein in good order and condition, will take good care thereof and will suffer no waste or damage thereto. Tenant will promptly repair at its own expense any damage to the Leased Premises caused by bringing into the premises any property for Tenant's use or by the installation or removal of such property, regardless of fault or by who such damage shall be caused, unless caused by Landlord, its agents, employees or contractors; and, in default of such repairs by Tenant, Landlord shall make the same and Tenant agrees to pay the costs thereof to Landlord promptly upon Landlord's demand therefor. At the expiration or other termination of the Lease Term, Tenant will surrender the Leased Premises broom clean and in the same order and condition in which they were on the Rent Commencement Date, ordinary wear and tear excepted. All repairs and maintenance required to be performed by Tenant shall be made or performed immediately upon the occurrence of the necessity therefor, and shall be made or performed in a first class manner, using first class materials, by a contractor approved by Landlord and bonded unless waived by Landlord, and shall be made or performed in accordance with (i) all laws and all applicable governmental codes and requirements, and (ii) insurance requirements. Maintenance and repair of equipment such as kitchen fixtures, auxiliary air-conditioning equipment, private bathroom fixtures and any other type of special equipment, together with related plumbing or electrical services, whether installed by Tenant or by Landlord on behalf of Tenant, shall be the sole responsibility of Tenant, and Landlord shall have no obligation in connection therewith. If Tenant refuses or neglects to promptly commence and complete repairs or maintenance necessary to satisfy the provisions of this Section, the Landlord may, but shall not be required to, make and complete said repairs or maintenance and Tenant shall pay the cost therefor (including overhead) to Landlord upon demand, as Additional Rent.