Outcome Evaluation Sample Clauses

Outcome Evaluation. The CoC, in partnership with the Lead Agency, shall evaluate outcomes of projects funded under CoC Interim Rule; ESG Interim Rule; Part VI of Chapter 420, Florida Statutes; and jurisdictional initiatives.
Outcome Evaluation. The purpose of the outcome evaluation is to assess the ORP program in three key areas:

Related to Outcome Evaluation

  • JOC EVALUATION If any materials being utilized for a project cannot be found in the RS Means Price Book, this question is what is the markup percentage on those materials? When answering this question please insert the number that represents your percentage of proposed markup. Example: if you are proposing a 30 percent markup, please insert the number "30". Remember that this is a ceiling markup. You may markup a lesser percentage to the TIPS Member customer when pricing the project, but not a greater percentage. EXAMPLE: You need special materials that are not in the RS Means Unit Price Book for a project. You would buy the materials and xxxx them up to the TIPS Member customer by the percentage you propose in this question. If the materials cost you, the contractor, $100 and you proposed a markup on this question for the material of 30 percent, then you would charge the TIPS Member customer $130 for the materials. No response TIPS/ESC Region 8 is required by Texas Government Code § 791 to be compensated for its work and thus, failure to agree shall render your response void and it will not be considered. Yes - No Vendor agrees to remit to TIPS the required administration fee or, if resellers are named, guarantee the fee remittance by or for the reseller named by the vendor?

  • JOB EVALUATION (a) The Employer shall not introduce a job evaluation plan, or alter or amend the Joint Job Evaluation Plan, without prior agreement with the Union.

  • Program Evaluation Participant agrees to support MassTech’s program evaluation activities, and MassTech’s goal to disseminate information regarding Participant’s experiences. To this end, the Participant agrees that its key personnel and contractors working on the project will be available at reasonable times with advance notice to be interviewed by MassTech or its authorized representatives for purposes of program evaluation or case study development.

  • BID EVALUATION The Commissioner reserves the right to accept or reject any and all Bids, or separable portions of Bids, and waive technicalities, irregularities, and omissions if the Commissioner determines the best interests of the State will be served. The Commissioner, in his/her sole discretion, may accept or reject illegible, incomplete or vague Bids and his/her decision shall be final. A conditional or revocable Bid which clearly communicates the terms or limitations of acceptance may be considered, and Contract award may be made in compliance with the Bidder’s conditional or revocable terms in the Bid.

  • Final Evaluation IC must submit a final report and a project evaluation to the Arts Commission within thirty (30) days after the completion of the Services. Any and all unexpended funds from IC must be returned to City no later than sixty (60) days after the completion of the Services.

  • Annual Evaluation On or about March 1st of each year during the term of this Agreement, the Board shall review the performance of the District Superintendent for the previous year by utilizing the evaluation instrument annexed hereto as Exhibit “A”. The annual performance review of the Board shall be based upon the success in attaining the goals established by the Board and District Superintendent each year in July, and such other criteria as is set forth in the evaluation instrument. The evaluation shall be reduced to written form and presented to the District Superintendent with periodic opportunities to discuss District Superintendent-Board relationships. Upon the mutual agreement of the parties, the evaluation instrument may be modified for subsequent evaluations. The Board shall also devote a portion of one meeting during the month of December to a general discussion, in executive session, for a general discussion with respect to the District Superintendent’s performance and his working relationship with the Board. The performance evaluation prepared pursuant to this section shall be confidential, and the confidentiality of such evaluation shall be maintained by the Board and the individual members of the Board.

  • Self-Evaluation Each regular faculty member shall provide a self-evaluation. It shall address, among other items, the faculty member's fulfillment of professional responsibilities as referenced in Section 18.2.3 and an assessment of his or her own performance. The faculty member will share the self-evaluation with the Faculty Evaluation Committee and the first-level manager or designee. The self-evaluation will become part of the evaluation report.

  • Performance Evaluation At the end of the contract, City may evaluate Contractor’s performance. Any such evaluation will become public record.

  • Performance Evaluations Every employee shall receive a performance evaluation annually by the employee’s eligibility date. The employee’s performance shall be evaluated by the immediate supervisor. The supervisor shall discuss the performance evaluation with the employee. The employee shall have the opportunity to provide his/her comments to be attached to the performance evaluation. The employee shall sign the evaluation and that signature shall only indicate that the employee has read the evaluation. A copy shall be provided the employee at this time. If there are any changes or recommendations to be made in the evaluation after the supervisor has discussed it with the employee, the evaluation shall be returned to the supervisor for discussion with the employee before these changes are made. The employee shall have the opportunity to comment on these changes. The employee shall sign the new evaluation and that signature shall only indicate that the employee has read the evaluation. A copy shall be provided the employee at this time. All written comments provided by the employee within sixty (60) calendar days of the evaluation shall be attached to the performance evaluation. Performance evaluations are not grievable or arbitrable under this Agreement. They shall not be used for purposes of disciplinary action or layoff. They also shall not be used as evidence by either party in grievance or arbitration cases, except in the case of denial of annual performance pay increases. If an employee receives less than a satisfactory evaluation, the Employer agrees to meet with the employee within thirty (30) calendar days of the evaluation to review, in detail, the alleged deficiencies. Recognizing the value of a participatory performance evaluation process, supervisors are encouraged to provide an opportunity for employees to provide input to the annual evaluation prior to the supervisor completing the evaluation.

  • Trust Evaluation As of the Evaluation Time (a) on the last Business Day of each year, (b) on the day on which any Unit is tendered for redemption and (c) on any other day desired by the Trustee or requested by the Depositor, the Trustee shall: Add (i) all moneys on deposit in a Trust (excluding (1) cash, cash equivalents or Letters of Credit deposited pursuant to Section 2.01 hereof for the purchase of Contract Securities, unless such cash or Letters of Credit have been deposited in the Interest and Principal Accounts because of failure to apply such moneys to the purchase of Contract Securities pursuant to the provisions of Sections 2.01, 3.03 and 3.04 hereof and (2) moneys credited to the Reserve Account pursuant to Section 3.05 hereof), plus (ii) the aggregate Evaluation of all Securities (including Contract Securities and Reinvestment Securities) on deposit in such Trust as is determined by the Evaluator (such evaluations shall take into account and itemize separately (i) the cash on hand in the Trust or moneys in the process of being collected from matured interest coupons or bonds matured or called for redemption prior to maturity, (ii) the value of each issue of the Securities in the Trust on the bid side of the market as determined by the Evaluator pursuant to Section 4.01, and (iii) interest accrued thereon not subject to collection and distribution). For each such Evaluation there shall be deducted from the sum of the above (i) amounts representing any applicable taxes or governmental charges payable out of the respective Trust and for which no deductions shall have previously been made for the purpose of addition to the Reserve Account, (ii) amounts representing estimated accrued fees of the Trust and expenses of such Trust including but not limited to unpaid fees and expenses of the Trustee, the Evaluator, the Supervisor, the Depositor and bond counsel, in each case as reported by the Trustee to the Evaluator on or prior to the date of evaluation, (iii) any moneys identified by the Trustee, as of the date of the Evaluation, as held for distribution to Unitholders of record as of a Record Date or for payment of the Redemption Value of Units tendered prior to such date and (iv) unpaid organization costs in the estimated amount per Unit set forth in the Prospectus. The resulting figure is herein called a "Trust Fund Evaluation." The value of the pro rata share of each Unit of the respective Trust determined on the basis of any such evaluation shall be referred to herein as the "Unit Value."