Oversight Committee Sample Clauses

Oversight Committee. An Oversight Committee comprised of representatives of Eligible Organizations shall be appointed by MHEC to assist and support MHEC and PONDURANCE in developing and refining the implementation of this Master Agreement. This shall include, but not be limited to, assistance with marketing strategies, representing the interests of Eligible Organizations in assuring quality and timely products and services, web presence; and to advise PONDURANCE on the effectiveness of its implementation progression. At the very least there will be an annual meeting between PONDURANCE and MHEC (and perhaps members of the Oversight Committee) to perform a contract health check; including items such as those above.
Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee will resolve all issues arising out of the implementation of the wage structure and any unresolved issues arising out of the implementation committee review of the collective agreement and any other agreements between the parties. This committee will be comprised of two (2) senior level representatives from the Company and two (2) senior level representatives from the PWU. Should the Oversight Committee reach an impasse on an issue the matter may be remitted to mediation/arbitration using the same mediator/arbitrator as agreed to in Article 8.4.4.
Oversight Committee. The Company and Union shall each appoint two members to be part of an Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee will attempt to resolve any issues that may arise regarding this Letter of Agreement. Issues that the Oversight Committee cannot resolve will be escalated to the Company’s and Union’s respective designees to attempt resolution prior to a grievance being filed and Subsection 102.3(a)(2) timelines will be waived. The Oversight Committee shall also meet and confer over the assessment and advanced placement of new entrants into the Towerman LOP. If you agree, please so indicate in the space provided below and return one executed copy of this letter to the Company. Very truly yours, PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY By: S/Robert Joga Robert Joga Senior Director The Union is in agreement. CIO LOCAL UNION NO. 1245, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS, AFL- May 25 , 2017 By: S/Tom Dalzell Tom Dalzell Business Manager LETTER AGREEMENT NO. R1-17-40-PGE PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY LABOR RELATIONS 375 N. WIGET LANE SUITE 130 WALNUT CREEK, CA 94598 925.974.4461 INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS, AFL-CIO LOCAL UNION 1245, I.B.E.W. P.O. BOX 2547 VACAVILLE, CALIFORNIA 95696 707.452.2700 ROBERT JOGA SENIOR DIRECTOR TOM DALZELL BUSINESS MANAGER November 27, 2017 Mr. Tom Dalzell, Business Manager Local Union No. 1245 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AFL-CIO P.O. Box 2547 Vacaville, CA 95696 Dear Mr. Dalzell: Over the last year, the Company and Union met in an effort to identify and implement improvements to the Apprentice Lineman program as well as improving the staffing process of the entry-level positions in GC Line and Electric T&D Departments. The recommended changes to the Apprentice Lineman program from those meetings are proposed as follows:
Oversight Committee. Promptly after Date of Agreement, but in any event within thirty (30) days from Date of this Agreement, the Parties shall establish an oversight committee (“Oversight Committee”) to oversee the Development of the Product to ensure timely development and approval of the Product. The Oversight Committee shall include up to four (4) representatives of each Party.
Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee (OC) shall be comprised of three members from the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall appoint the representatives of the OC. Each representative of the OC shall continue to be a representative thereof until the Board of Directors appoints his/her successor. Where a vacancy occurs, the Board of Directors will fill the vacancy. The OC shall meet as needed, provided that a quorum, as defined in these Bylaws, is present. The OC shall report to the Board of Directors following each OC meeting with respect to its activities and with such recommendations, as the OC deems necessary. The responsibilities of the Oversight Committee shall include:
Oversight Committee. As of the Swap Closing, the Board shall designate a committee of the Board (the “Oversight Committee”) consisting of three directors, two of whom shall be directors designated by Investor (the “Investor Designees”). Any vacancy created by the resignation, removal or absence of any Investor Designee shall be filled by another director designated by Investor. Meetings of the Oversight Committee shall be held at least monthly during each fiscal year. The Oversight Committee shall be solely responsible for determining the appropriate allocation and use of the Proceeds by the Company. The Proceeds shall be allocated and used in accordance with the capital requirements schedule agreed by the parties, as reasonably determined by the Oversight Committee. All decisions of the Oversight Committee shall require approval of a majority of its members. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Investor reasonably determines that the use or allocation of Proceeds by the Company is materially inconsistent with such capital requirements schedule, Investor shall be entitled to instruct the Escrow Agent to cease distribution of the Proceeds from the Escrow Account in accordance with the Escrow Agreement until such matter is resolved by the parties hereto to the satisfaction of Investor.
Oversight Committee. Within sixty (60) business days of the signing of this Agreement, the Parties will establish an Oversight Committee co-chaired by representatives of Canada and Ontario to monitor this Agreement. The Oversight Committee will:
Oversight Committee. (a) SaskPower and City shall strike a committee (the "Oversight Committee") within sixty (60) days after the Effective Date, consisting of one regular member from each Party and one alternate member from each Party. An alternate member may act in the place of a regular member in the event that the regular member is unable to act. Each of the Parties shall appoint, and shall notify the other, of the identity of its regular and alternate members. Each Party shall make reasonable efforts to maintain continuity of its members on the Oversight Committee and during the Construction Period, neither Party shall replace its members on the Oversight Committee without the consent of the other Party.
Oversight Committee. The City Council will appoint a five-person advisory Oversight Committee to monitor the implementation of the Operating Agreement with the Operator. The City Administration will provide staff to the Oversight Committee. The committee will possess professional skills in the key areas of arts and culture, business, finance, facility management and community relations. One member of the Committee shall be a member of the Cultural Master Plan Advisory Committee. Operator shall report in person to the Oversight Committee at least once every six months on the status of DPAC operations. The Oversight Committee will provide a written report to the City after each such presentation by the Operator. The Oversight Committee will have the following responsibilities and will report on them per the above requirement:
Oversight Committee. Within 30 days after the Effective Date of this Agreement, the Parties shall create an Oversight Committee comprising three representatives from each Party to oversee the performance of the Services. Each Party may designate and change its representatives upon written notice to the other Party. Each Party shall also identify its Principal Contact on the Oversight Committee for exchanging information and communicating its position regarding the day-to-day implementation and management of the obligations under this Agreement.