Performed by Sample Clauses

Performed by. The screen should be performed at a Child Advocacy Center (CAC). The exam may be performed by a provider designated by the PIHP to have sufficient training/expertise to perform the out-of- home care health screen consistent with the required clinical standards and required hours of operation.
Performed by. A. It is the responsibility of all employees to be aware of Main Line Health’s position on conduct that may be construed to be sexual harassment and to refrain from such conduct.
Performed by. QRT Manager 7 The QRT Manager performs the following meeting follow-up activities: Saves the Zoom recording to the TEAMS Folder for the appropriate quarter. Documents significant action items and summarizes meeting discussion in the QRT meeting summary outline. Drafts meeting summary and forwards document to DMAS for review and comment at least three weeks after the meeting. Finalizes the meeting summary and posts to TEAMS with notification sent to QRT members at least four weeks following the meeting. Monitors completion of action items and reviews for follow up with final communications and/or updates submitted at least two weeks before the next meeting. Summary of Waiver Performance (372 Report) Performed by: QRT Manager Annual Waiver Quality Assurance Reporting 372 Report CMS requires states to submit 372(S) reports annually for each approved section 1915(c) waiver. This is coordinated via the following process: Annual summary of all PM’s below compliance and remediation actions for the most recent waiver year for each of the three DD Waivers is created via filtered excel report from the QRT App. The report is submitted to the DMAS Division of High Support Needs Policy Analyst upon request. QRT EOY Report The QRT EOY Report summarizing waiver performance for the previous year, is published annually. To meet this requirement, the QRT Manager: Following submission of all prior year data (ideally by February 1), creates an annual summary of all PM’s below compliance and remediation actions for the prior waiver year for each of the three DD Waivers via filtered excel report from the QRT App. Reviews the EOY report for prior years for processes that require revision, new sections, changes to prior QRT recommendations, etc. Reviews previous QRT meeting summaries for themes and relevant narrative. Reviews previous CSB and internal feedback for application to the report. Outlines and then drafts sections of the EOY report with inclusion of PM data from the QRT APP report (average % of each PM for the year – numerator, denominator and overall compliance for the year). Pairs the data with narrative on waiver performance, primary reason for noncompliance, and summary of remediation activities for each PM. Creates visualizations to illustrate narrative for insertion into the report (Executive Summary). Submits final compiled draft report to each of the QRT Data SME’s with two week turnaround. By May 1st of each year, OR once all prior year QRT data is received, fi...
Performed by. Lab: analyses will be performed by the independent laboratory; - Insp: test will be performed by the inspection company; -Insp & lab: means a field test will be performed by the inspection company, the final value will be analyzed by the laboratory
Performed by. Supply Chain Manager I.T. Manager Contract Administrators Administrative Assistant Controller Divisional Finance Officer Assembly Department Shipping Personnel Shipping Coordinator Traffic Manager Accounting Department Cost Accountant General Accounting Supervisor Receiving Clerk Production Manager Director of Quality Supporting documentation for controls: New account form New credit application form Purchase orders Invoices Xxxx of lading/packing slip Customer master file Return material authorization (RMA) Event condition actions (ECA) Price quote sheet Quote activity report Pricing change system report Cash management system report Cash journal Billing adjustment form Credit memo Discrepancy report Application/SAS 70: M2K Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word XXXXXX CYLINDER COMPANY TriMas Corporation Sarbanes Oxley 404 Documentation Cycle: Revenue Business Unit: Xxxxxx Cylinder Last Revision Date : 5/10/08 Responsible Individual: Controller GENERAL INFORMATION The Revenue Cycle consists of the processes to establish customer; order entry; picking of the order; shipment; billing; and cash application. The functions involved in the Revenue Cycle include Customer Service, Credit and Collections, Sales, Shipping, and Accounts Receivable. The systems utilized in this process are ABW (Xxxxxx Cylinder’s Financial System and General Ledger) and Global Payments. SYSTEM SECURITY System access is restricted based on Role Based Security implemented in ABW (REV01). The ABW system is fully integrated between the Order Entry, Sales, Credit and Collections, Accounts Receivable, Cash and General Ledger modules.

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  • Design Professional The Design Professional is retained in accordance with the Design Professional Contract (i) for the design and preparation of Construction Documents that are necessary to implement the Program governing the construction of the Project or Components thereof, and the design and preparation of any necessary documents antecedent to preparation of such Construction Documents, or (ii) for construction contract administration of the Work under Contract Documents, or (iii) for both. The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that the Contract Documents are addressed to skilled tradesmen in the construction profession who shall be required to use their special skills and experience, through submittals and shop drawings, to translate the Design Professional’s design intent as expressed in the Contract Documents into a completed structure. The Contract Documents shall specify when shop drawings or submittals require the seal of a specialty consultant.

  • Engagement of Contractor 1.01 The Authority hereby engages the Contractor and the Contractor agrees to perform the services as set forth in Exhibit A which is herein incorporated by reference.

  • Labor cooperation The Parties shall enhance their communication and cooperation on labor, social security and environment issues through Memorandum of Understanding on Labor Cooperation between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of Peru.

  • Training and Professional Development C. Maintain written program procedures covering these six (6) core activities. All procedures shall be consistent with the requirements of this Contract.

  • Professional Activities (a) Except for columns and opinion pieces, the Employer shall not use bylines, credit lines, pictures, caricatures or other forms of personal identification over an employee’s protest.

  • Preventive Services All necessary procedures to prevent the occurrence of oral disease, including: Cleaning and scaling Topical application of fluoride Space maintainers

  • Professional Engineering and Architect’s Services Professional Engineering and Architect’s Services are not permitted to be provided under this Agreement. Texas statutes prohibit the procurement of Professional Engineering and Architect’s Services through a cooperative agreement.

  • PROFESSORS, TEACHERS AND RESEARCHERS 1. An individual who is a resident of a Contracting State immediately before making a visit to the other Contracting State, and who, at the invitation of any university, college, school or other similar educational institution which is recognized by the competent authority in that other Contracting State, visits that other Contracting State for a period not exceeding two years solely for the purpose of teaching or research or both at such educational institution shall be exempt from tax in that other Contracting State on any remuneration for such teaching or research.

  • PROFESSIONAL AUTONOMY 1. Teachers shall, within the bounds of the prescribed curriculum, and consistent with effective educational practice have individual professional autonomy in determining the methods of instruction, and the planning and presentation of course materials in the classes of pupils to which they are assigned.