Payment – Invoicing Instructions Sample Clauses

Payment – Invoicing Instructions. The Contractor will provide an invoice on the Contractor’s letterhead for goods delivered and/or services rendered. In the case of goods, the Contractor will leave an invoice with each delivery. Each invoice will have a number and will include the following information:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. The Contractor will provide an invoice on the Contractor’s letterhead for services rendered. Each invoice will have a number and will include the following information:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. Contractor will provide an invoice on Contractor’s letterhead for services rendered. Based on the large volume of services Contractor shall provide a monthly invoice that includes all the services completed for that month. Each invoice shall have a number and shall include the following information:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. Contractor must provide an invoice on Contractor’s letterhead for goods delivered and/or services rendered. In the case of goods, Contractor must leave an invoice with each delivery. Each invoice must have a unique number and must include the following information:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. Contractor shall reference Contract number on invoice. Payment shall be net 30 days after receipt of an invoice in a format acceptable to County and verified and approved by the agency/department and subject to routine processing requirements. The responsibility for providing an acceptable invoice to County for payment rests with the Contractor. Incomplete or incorrect invoices are not acceptable and will be returned to Contractor for correction. County’s project manager, or designee, is responsible for approval of invoices and subsequent submittal of invoices to the Auditor-Controller for processing of payment. Billing shall cover services and/or goods not previously invoiced. The Contractor shall reimburse the County of Orange for any monies paid to the Contractor for goods or services not provided or when goods or services do not meet the Contract requirements. Payments made by the County shall not preclude the right of the County from thereafter disputing any items or services involved or billed under this Contract and shall not be construed as acceptance of any part of the goods or services. The Contractor shall provide an invoice on Contractor’s letterhead for services rendered. Each invoice shall have a number and shall include the following information: • Contractor’s name and address • Contractor’s remittance address (if different from 1 above) • Name of County agency or department • County Contract number • Contractor’s Federal I. D. number • Name and description of billed item(s) • Total invoice amount Invoices and support documentation are to be forwarded to: County of Orange – County Executive Office Attn: Media Relations 000 X. Xxxxx Xxx Xxxx, 3rd Floor Santa Ana, CA 92701 ATTACHMENT C IMPLEMENTATION PLAN/PROJECT SCHEDULE The Contractor’s Implementation Plan and Project Schedule shall be inclusive of all deliverables Contractor deems necessary/desirable to meet the County’s requirements, including as follows:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. The Contractor shall submit invoices to County on Contractor’s letterhead. Each invoice shall have a unique number and shall include the following information:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. The Vendor shall provide an invoice on Vendor’s letterhead for services rendered. Each invoice will have a number and will include the following information:  Vendor’s name and address:  Vendor’s remittance address (if different from 0 xxxxx)  Xxxx xx Xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx  Xxxxxx Contract number  Service date(s)  Service description, including the completed deliverables that are the subject of the invoice  Vendor’s Federal I. D. number:  Total: The responsibility for providing an acceptable invoice to the County for payment rests with the Vendor. Incomplete or incorrect invoices are not acceptable and will be returned to the Vendor for correction. The County’s Project Manager, or designee, is responsible for approval of invoices and subsequent submittal of invoices to the Auditor-Controller for processing of payment. Invoices and support documentation are to be forwarded to: County of Orange Auditor-Controller’s Office Attention: Administration/Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx 00 Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxx, Xxxx 000 X.X. Xxx 000 Xxxxx Xxx, XX 00000
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. 1. Billing statements and invoices are to be provided monthly to Probation for the previous month’s services rendered by Contractor.
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. A. Within five (5) calendar days after the last day of each calendar month, Contractor shall use its best efforts to invoice County for all charges for services provided in the immediately preceding calendar month. Contractor shall not invoice County, and County shall not be obligated to pay, any charges or other invoiced amounts (including pass through expenses and any charges relating to Contractor’s subcontractors) that are not properly invoiced within sixty (60) calendar days after the end of the month in which such charges were incurred, unless a request for an extension is approved in writing by the County within the sixty (60) calendar days window. The Contractor shall provide an invoice on Contractor’s letterhead for services rendered. Each invoice shall have a number and shall include the following information:
Payment – Invoicing Instructions. 1. Billing statements and invoices are to be mailed monthly for the previous month’s tests performed, for each pick-up location. A master list of all tests conducted in the previous month, sorted by client/case number is required. CONTRACTOR must have a billing system, acceptable to the County, which tracks each sample received and tested by the CONTRACTOR and entered against the payable invoice.