Overall Responsibilities. A. MPO shall be responsible for and shall be considered the lead agency in conducting the following transportation planning and programming activities pursuant to 23 CFR 450:
Overall Responsibilities. (a) The Manager’s responsibilities shall include, among other things, maintenance and improvement of the Casino Facilities and management of the Casino Facilities, provided that all such responsibilities shall be carried out in accordance with the Operating Standard. The Manager shall conduct and direct all business and affairs in connection with the day-to-day operation, management and maintenance of the Casino Facilities, including the establishment of operating days and hours, it being understood that the Enterprise and the Manager intend that the Casino Facilities will be open 24 hours daily, seven days a week, in accordance with the Operating Standard.
Overall Responsibilities. Private Entity shall be responsible for procuring or furnishing the design and for the construction of the Work consistent with Owner’s Program, as such Program may be modified by Owner during the Work. Private Entity shall use its diligent efforts to perform the Work in an expeditious manner and within the Contract Time as it may be adjusted hereunder.
Overall Responsibilities. This Portsmouth Quality Agreement outlines the responsibilities of the Customer and LB with respect to the quality assurance of Product manufactured and supplied by LB for the Customer under the terms of the Agreement. This Portsmouth Quality Agreement takes the form of a detailed list of activities associated with the manufacture, testing and disposition of Product. Responsibility for each activity is assigned to either the Customer or LB, or is assigned to both the Customer and LB. Additional details are provided in the Services Agreement and in the SOP's referred to in this Portsmouth Quality Agreement. This detailed list describes generic quality activities that would be performed by both parties for Product used in clinical trial supply. The specific services to be provided by LB are set out in the Services Agreement (and any Amendments to the Agreement). LB is responsible for ensuring that the quality requirements for Product are as specified in the approved Product Specifications, and that Product is manufactured, tested and stored by LB in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and all applicable US and EU laws, regulations and ICH guidelines. The Customer is responsible for shipping and the final review, approval, and disposition of product for use in the clinic. The Customer is responsible for Product development, technical oversight, product specifications and regulatory agency filings. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES RESPONSIBILITIES AND RIGHTS --------------------------------------------------------------- ITEM LB CUSTOMER(1) ------------------------- -------------------------------- ----------------------------- 1.0 Organisation and - Ensure adequate number of - Right to audit Personnel personnel with appropriate training, skills, knowledge and experience to manufacture and test Product in accordance with cGMP
Overall Responsibilities. The Executive Director shall be responsible for forming the Eclipse Management Organization (“EMO”). Under the direction of the Executive Director, the EMO responsibilities shall include: (i) organizing and selecting the chair of the Architecture Council as described in Section 7.2; (ii) organizing and selecting the chair of the Planning Council as described in Section 7.3; (iii) organizing and selecting the chair of the Requirements Council as described in Section 7.4; (iv) leading the Eclipse Platform Comment [MM2]: This parenthetical statement was necessary when the EDP was being bootstrapped, but is unnecessary now.development, including execution and maintenance of the then current Eclipse Development Process (as initially defined by the Eclipse Foundation operational policy and thereafter amended by the Board) for Top Level Projects, and Projects and Subsystems (each as defined in the then current Eclipse Development Process), nominating Project Management Committees (“PMC”, as defined in the then current Eclipse Development Process) and their leaders, leading the Architecture Council and the Planning Council to produce a Roadmap (as defined in the then current Eclipse Development Process) that is consistent with the Purposes (as defined in Section 1.1 above), produce an Annual Community Report, establishing working groups, resolving conflicts, interacting with standards organizations, ensuring the use of open source rules of engagement as defined in the project Charters (as defined in the then current Eclipse Development Process and the IP Policy), and providing development project infrastructure; (iv) enforcing Eclipse Foundation policies and provisions as reflected in the Bylaws, Membership Agreement, IP Policy, and other policy documents approved in accordance with the Bylaws; (vi) interacting with the Membership At-Large by providing Eclipse Platform plans and status updates, and by soliciting requirements and feedback; (vii) conducting Eclipse Platform marketing, including evangelism, promotion, public relations, and industry events; (viii) conducting academic and research community outreach; and (ixviii) assuring the availability of enablement services, including education and training programs.
Overall Responsibilities. The second paragraph, second sentence in Section 4 of the Quality Agreement is hereby modified to read as follows; “This Quality Agreement is subject to the terms of a Development and Manufacturing Supply Agreement between Horizon Pharma Ireland Limited and CMC Biologics A/S, dba AGC Biologics effective June 10, 2015 and the Commercial Supply Agreement between Horizon Pharma Ireland Limited and CMC Biologics A/S, dba AGC Biologics, effective February 14, 2018 regarding Products (the “Supply Agreements”) between Horizon and CMC.”
Overall Responsibilities. Entity Boards / GRC Ultimate responsibility for Challenger’s operational risk management program Perform targeted reviews on behalf of GRC and report on Operational Risk Audit Functions Management governance, framework and effectiveness of delivery Policy Owner Responsible for developing and ongoing maintenance of this Policy Management / staff Responsible for the implementation of this Policy and understanding the responsibilities for meeting the obligations contained in this Policy
Overall Responsibilities a. During the term of this Agreement, and any option exercised hereunder, OCRRA shall be solely responsible for and shall deliver, or cause to be delivered all Onondaga WTE Facility Acceptable Ash Residue requiring disposal annually to the Cortland County Landfill during the time period when that Facility can legally accept same. OCRRA will provide the Onondaga WTE Facility semi-annual Ash Residue testing results to CORTLAND. It is estimated that the annual deliveries of such Onondaga WTE Facility Acceptable Ash Residue can be up to approximately 90,000 Tons per year. CORTLAND shall accept and dispose of all Onondaga WTE Facility Acceptable Ash Residue delivered by OCRRA to the Cortland County Landfill hereunder, in quantities of up to approximately 90,000 Tons per year, during the base term and any option extensions of this Agreement. CORTLAND, for its part, agrees to accept annually at no cost to OCRRA, the annual amount of CORTLAND Acceptable Waste (including CORTLAND Construction & Demolition Debris) sent to the Onondaga WTE Facility. The Parties agree and understand that the inadvertent delivery of (1) Waste other than Onondaga WTE Facility Ash Residue or (2) Onondaga WTE Facility Ash Residue that tests hazardous shall not constitute a basis for termination of this Agreement by CORTLAND. OCRRA shall use reasonable efforts to preclude the delivery of such Wastes to the Cortland County Landfill. OCRRA shall use reasonable efforts to preclude the delivery of such Wastes to the CORTLAND Landfill, and shall notify CORTLAND immediately upon the finding or determination that any ash tests as hazardous. In such instance, OCRRA shall suspend delivery of the ash that has tested as hazardous, and arrange for the removal of any load or loads of such ash, that has tested hazardous, from the CORTLAND Landfill. In such instance, OCRRA shall be responsible for any costs associated with the removal and disposal of ash which does not meet the definition of “Acceptable Ash Residue” from the landfill.