Performance Measurement Sample Clauses

Performance Measurement. The Uniform Guidance requires completion of OMB-approved standard information collection forms (the PPR). The form focuses on outcomes, as related to the Federal Award Performance Goals that awarding Federal agencies are required to detail in the Awards. Section 200.301 provides guidance to Federal agencies to measure performance in a way that will help the Federal awarding agency and other non-Federal entities to improve program outcomes.
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Performance Measurement. Satisfactory performance of this Contract will be measured by:
Performance Measurement. In addition to any more specific obligations imposed by the terms of the Contract, it shall be the duty of the Contractor to provide the Services to the Contract Standard which in all respects shall be to the satisfaction of the Authorised Officer. The Contractor shall institute and maintain a properly documented system of quality control as set out in the Specification and which is to the satisfaction of the Authorised Officer to ensure that the Contract Standard is met. In addition to any other rights of the Authority and any Beneficiary under the Contract, the Authorised Officer shall be entitled to inspect the Contractor’s quality control system referred to in Clause 5.2 above. During the Contract Period, the Authorised Officer may inspect and examine the provision of the Services being carried out at the Location without notice at any time. The Contractor shall provide to the Authority all such facilities as the Authority may require for such inspection and examination. The Contractor shall allow the Authority and any person, firm or organisation authorised by the Authority to have access to and to audit all records maintained by the Contractor in relation to the supply of the Services. The Contractor shall assist the Authority or any party authorised by the Authority (as the case may be) in the conduct of the audit. If any part of any Service is found to be defective or different in any way from the Specification or otherwise has not been provided to the Contract Standard other than as a result of a default or negligence on the part of the Authority or any Beneficiary, the Contractor shall at its own expense re-perform the Services in question (without additional remuneration therefor) within such time as the Authority or any Beneficiary may reasonably specify failing which the Authority or any Beneficiary shall be entitled to procure performance of the defective Services from a third party or to execute the tasks in question itself. If the cost to the Authority or any Beneficiary of executing or procuring such Services exceeds the amount that would have been payable to the Contractor for such Services, the excess shall be paid by the Contractor to the Authority or any Beneficiary on demand in addition to any other sums payable by the Contractor to the Authority or any Beneficiary in respect of the breach of Contract. If the performance of the Contract by the Contractor is delayed by reason of any act or default on the part of the Authority or any Be...
Performance Measurement. 5.1 The Contractor shall provide the Services to the Contract Standard which in all respects shall be to the reasonable satisfaction of the Authorised Officer.
Performance Measurement. Satisfactory performance of this Agreement will be measured by:
Performance Measurement. (a) The Committee shall establish one or more performance goals for each Performance Period, which may consist of business criteria or other metrics (the “Performance Goals”). The Performance Goals are set forth on Exhibit A hereto. Upon the expiration of the Performance Period, the Committee shall have the sole discretion to determine the level of achievement of the Performance Goals and, in accordance with Exhibit A, the number of RSUs, if any, that Participant has earned.
Performance Measurement. The Uniform Guidance requires completion of OMB-approved standard information collection forms (the PPR). The form focuses on outcomes, as related to the Federal Award Performance Goals that awarding Federal agencies are required to detail in the Awards. Section 200.301 provides guidance to Federal agencies to measure performance in a way that will help theFederal awarding agency and other non-Federal entities to improve program outcomes. The Federal awarding agency is required to provide recipients with clear performance goals, indicators, and milestones (200.210). Also, must require the recipient to relate financial data to performance accomplishments of the Federal award.
Performance Measurement. Satisfactory performance of this CTSA will be measured by:
Performance Measurement. The Department shall measure the Contractor's performance based on Medi-Cal approved claims and other data available to the Department using standard measures established by the Department in consultation with stakeholders.
Performance Measurement. (A) Annually, the Contractor shall: