Pilot Programs. The Employer may develop voluntary pilot programs to test the acceptability of various risk management programs. Incentives for participation in such programs may include limited short-term improvements to the benefits outlined in this Article. Implementation of such pilot programs is subject to the review and approval of the Joint Labor-Management Committee on Health Plans.
Pilot Programs. The District shall have the right to experiment with pilot programs designed to provide efficiencies in custodial work, including work team configurations. Employees involved in pilot programs will be treated equitably under the terms of the contract and will not be expected to work out of scope. Where the conditions of the pilot program are not covered in the bargaining agreement, the District and the Union will meet and confer concerning such matters. Should the District determine that a pilot program is to be implemented on a regular basis during the term of this contract, the District and the Union will negotiate necessary and appropriate matters related to the adoption of a pilot program as a regular program. In the event of a failure to reach agreement, the conditions of the contract will prevail.
Pilot Programs. Pilot Programs initiated on behalf of the Board shall not be implemented unless the consent of the majority of the teachers to be involved therein is obtained. Where a Pilot Program requires conferences or meetings beyond the contractual school day, members shall be paid at the summer school hourly rate.
Pilot Programs. 29-1 The District and the Association recognize that pilot pro-grams may contribute significantly to the enhancement of educational opportunities, performance and techniques within the District, and encourage the responsible implementation of pilot programs. All pilot programs involving teachers shall involve JCEA from their inception, with all parties in agreement prior to implementation. Pilot programs instituted in the regular curriculum shall be implemented as approved, including materials, physical facilities, lay personnel and licensed personnel. 29-2 Teacher input, as mutually agreed to by the District and the Association, will be part of District program improvement, development and evaluation.
Pilot Programs. CITY may request CONTRACTOR to conduct pilot test programs that temporarily change the organics processing method, the type of service, or the service schedule for a portion of the Organic Streams or Organic Material directed by CITY to CONTRACTOR. In the case of Organic Streams, a pilot test program shall be limited to no more than ten percent (10%) of the Organic Stream , and subject to the provisions of Section 4.2.1, unless otherwise specifically agreed by CONTRACTOR and CITY’s Director. Each pilot test program shall be limited to a term of no more than eighteen (18) months unless otherwise specifically agreed by CONTRACTOR and CITY’s Director.CONTRACTOR shall perform any additional record keeping required by a pilot test program. If CONTRACTOR agrees to perform a pilot test program, CONTRACTOR and CITY’s Director shall execute a letter of agreement prior to the start of the pilot test program. The letter of agreement shall set forth the terms of the pilot test program including program costs, program operating parameters, and program duration. 766341If a pilot test program affects the cost of providing a service, the program costs set forth in the letter of agreement may include an adjustment to the monthly payments otherwise payable to CONTRACTOR under this Agreement to reflect the benefits and/or burdens of the pilot test program. The adjustment shall be set so as to capture any increase or decrease in CONTRACTOR’s direct operating costs resulting from the pilot test program. “Direct operating cost” includes planning costs; labor expense, including supervision (wages employment taxes, and fringe benefits); materials, supplies and fuel; and amortized costs of new equipment purchased or equipment modified for the pilot test program. Any increases in direct operating costs must be established by CONTRACTOR and must be capable of verification by an independent auditor.
Pilot Programs. Caliber agrees to provide the Facilities and Services -------------- listed in Appendix 1 to User for two (2) Pilot Programs, each five hours in length and delivered to a minimum of 7 classrooms. The parties shall mutually agree on the dates and times of such Pilot Programs, within the scope of Caliber's current network capabilities. The Pilot Program broadcasts shall originate from a production provider selected by User. Caliber and User agree to /*/ , provided, however, that in no event shall /*/ (for both pilot programs, in the aggregate) without User's prior written consent. There shall be /*/ for the use of Caliber's Facilities and Services for the Pilot Programs.
Pilot Programs. Pilot programs and future recyclable materials may be proposed by the City. Such programs may include but are not limited to, additional recycling materials, source reduction, commercial and industrial solid waste programs.
Pilot Programs. The CITY and FRANCHISEE may mutually agree to conduct pilot programs that temporarily change the Collection method, equipment, or the type of service to Commercial Premises for up to ten percent (10%) of total collected material or redirect up to ten percent (10%) of the Residue. FRANCHISEE shall have the first right to refuse the opportunity to participate in the pilot. A pilot program shall be limited to a term of not more than eighteen (18) months unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing by FRANCHISEE and the City Representative. FRANCHISEE shall perform any additional record keeping required by a pilot program. FRANCHISEE and CITY Representative shall execute a letter of agreement setting forth the terms of the pilot test program including program costs, program operating parameters, and program duration. If a pilot program affects the cost of providing Commercial Services, the program costs set forth in the letter of agreement shall include an adjustment to the Maximum Service Rate the FRANCHISEE is permitted to charge as provided in Exhibit A. An amendment to maximum service rate will reflect the benefits and/or burdens of the pilot program. The adjustment shall be set so as to capture any increase or decrease in FRANCHISEE’s direct operating costs resulting from the pilot test program. “Direct operating costs” include planning costs; labor expense, including supervision (wages, employment taxes, and fringe benefits); material, supplies and fuel; and amortized costs of new equipment purchased or equipment modified for the pilot test program. Any increases in direct operating costs must be established by FRANCHISEE and must be capable of verification by an independent auditor. The PARTIES agree to cooperate in seeking grant opportunities for alternative fuel vehicle conversion, facility installations, or deployment of new vehicle technologies. Cooperation may extend to assistance in the preparation and submission of grant requests. CITY may also request that FRANCHISEE participate in testing the use of alternative fuel vehicles and other new vehicle technologies as part of FRANCHISEE’s Collection Services. Where vehicle testing involves the use of existing vehicles providing Collection Services under this Agreement, the existing vehicles must be in good working order. Testing of alternative fuels in existing vehicles shall not be required if such testing voids a manufacturer’s warranty. FRANCHISEE shall report the results of the testing in FRAN...
Pilot Programs. The City may wish to test and/or implement one or more new services or developments in waste stream segregation, materials processing, or collection technology at some point during the term of this Contract. The City shall notify the Contractor in writing at least ninety (90) days in advance of its intention to implement a pilot program or of its intentions to utilize a new technology system on a partial or city-wide basis, or as negotiated between the City and Contractor. The costs (or savings) accrued by city-initiated pilot programs shall be negotiated prior to implementation. If the City deems the pilot a success, and desires to incorporate the service or development represented in the pilot program in the terms of this Contract, the City and Contractor each agrees to negotiate in good faith and in accordance with Section 8.14 to include the provisions of the pilot program into this Contract, including any costs or savings to be accrued. Contractor-initiated pilot programs shall require prior written notification to and written approval by the City. Contractor-initiated pilot programs shall be performed at no additional cost to the City or the Contractor’s Customers; however, savings accrued may be subject to negotiations prior to implementation at the City’s request. Results of any Contractor-initiated pilot program shall be reported to the City in the monthly reports described in Section 184.108.40.206. The Contractor shall not be required to test or implement any pilot program, new technology, service or development unless the terms and conditions thereof (including any savings or additional compensation to Contractor) have been mutually agreed in writing by the City and Contractor.