Operating Plans Sample Clauses

Operating Plans. Operating plans will be developed using Exhibit C, Operating Plan Outline, at the geographic, statewide, or sub-geographic area level, as appropriate, and will tier to this Agreement. Operating Plans may be written for more than one year, but should be reviewed annually, and will be subject to modifications, as warranted. No Operating Plan tiered to this Agreement should be written beyond the expiration date of this agreement. The following operating plans are listed in descending order of precedence:
Operating Plans. Operating plans will be developed using Exhibit C, Operating Plan Outline, at the geographic, statewide, or sub-geographic area level, as appropriate, and will tier to this Agreement. Operating Plans may be written for more than one year, but should be reviewed annually, and will be subject to modifications, as warranted. No Operating Plan tiered to this Agreement should be written beyond the expiration date of this Agreement. The following operating plans are listed in descending order of precedence: Southern Area Geographic Area Operating Plan The Southern Area Geographic Area Operating Plan will address issues affecting Geographic Area-wide cooperation. The Geographic Area Operating Plan will be approved by the signatory of state and federal SACG member agencies. The Southern Area Mobilization Guide will be incorporated by reference and be considered part of the Geographic Area Operating Plan.
Operating Plans. All Operations shall be planned and conducted and all estimates, reports, and statements shall be prepared and made on the basis of a calendar year, save and except with respect to the first (reduced) year of Operations. Not later than 60 days before the commencement of each calendar year, the President shall prepare and submit to the Board for approval a proposed Operating Plan for such calendar year. Any Operating Plan submitted to the Board by the President hereunder may provide for allowances for contingencies as set out in Section 6.11(b). If the President or a Director believes that any Operating Plan should be revised prior to the end of the applicable calendar year, the President or such Director may propose one or more supplemental Operating Plans to the Board to be accomplished by the end of the then-current calendar year. During the 2 Year Hold Period, the Board shall review the Operating Plan on a quarterly basis to determine whether any changes to the Operating Plan are required in the applicable calendar year. Any material revisions or amendments to the Annual Operating Plan will be made in accordance with Section 5.4(a).
Operating Plans. To Agent and Lenders, as soon as available, but not later than 30 days after the end of (i) each Fiscal Year, an annual operating plan for Borrowers, on a consolidated and consolidating basis, approved by the Board of Directors of Borrowers, for the following Fiscal Year, which (A) includes a statement of all of the material assumptions on which such plan is based, (B) includes monthly balance sheets, income statements and statements of cash flows for the following year and (C) integrates sales, gross profits, operating expenses, operating profit, cash flow projections and Borrowing Availability projections, all prepared on the same basis and in similar detail as that on which operating results are reported (and in the case of cash flow projections, representing management's good faith estimates of future financial performance based on historical performance), and including plans for personnel, Capital Expenditures and facilities, and (ii) each second Fiscal Quarter, an annual operating plan for Borrowers, on a consolidated and consolidating basis, for the current Fiscal Year, which (A) includes a statement of all of the material assumptions on which such plan is based, (B) includes monthly balance sheets, income statements and statements of cash flows for the current year and (C) integrates sales, gross profits, operating expenses, operating profit, cash flow projections and Borrowing Availability projections, all prepared on the same basis and in similar detail as that on which operating results are reported (and in the case of cash flow projections, representing management's good faith estimates of future financial performance based on historical performance), and including plans for personnel, Capital Expenditures and facilities.
Operating Plans. Operating plans will be developed at the Geographic, State, or sub- geographic area (local) level and will tier to this Agreement (see Exhibit C, Operating Plan Outline Guide). Operating plans will be reviewed annually and modified as needed. The following operating plans are listed in descending order of precedence:
Operating Plans. At least 90 days prior to the start of any calendar year, the Parties shall mutually develop an operating budget and marketing plan including a mutually agreed financial forecast of sales, cost of sales and cost of goods in reasonable detail. Failure to achieve 75% of the mutually agreed projected sales in any given year may be considered a material breach under Section 7, b.
Operating Plans. At least ninety (90) days prior to the date the Manager anticipates that First Commercial Production will occur, the Manager will propose and deliver to Kwagga an Operating Plan for the first Operating Year. Subsequently, at least ninety (90) days before the commencement of each Operating Year, the Manager shall propose an Operating Plan for that Operating Year by delivery thereof to Kwagga. Within not less than thirty (30) days and not more than forty five (45) days after delivery of a proposed Operating Plan hereunder, the Manager shall convene a meeting of Kwagga to review the same. The proposed plan, as the same may be amended following Management Council review, shall be the Operating Plan for the ensuing Operating Year.