PREFACE Sample Clauses

PREFACE. This Agreement (“Agreement”) shall be deemed effective as of September 20, 2002 (the “Effective Date”), between NUI Telecom, Inc. (“NUI”), a corporation organized under the laws of the State of New Jersey, with offices at 550 Route 202-206, Bedminster, NJ 07921 and Verizon Washington, DC Inc. (“Verizon”), a corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York with offices at 1710 H Street N.W., Washington, DC 20006 (Verizon and NUI may be referred to hereinafter, each, individually as a “Party”, and, collectively, as the “Parties”).
PREFACE. This Agreement (“Agreement”) shall be deemed effective as of June 3, 2002 (the “Effective Date”), between Excel Telecommunications, Inc. d/b/a Excel (“Excel”), a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Texas, with offices at 1600 Viceroy Drive, Dallas, Texas 75235 and Verizon New England Inc., d/b/a Verizon Massachusetts, f/k/a New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, d/b/a Bell Atlantic - Massachusetts (“Verizon”), a corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York with offices at 185 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 02110 (Verizon and Excel may be referred to hereinafter, each, individually as a “Party”, and, collectively, as the “Parties”).
PREFACE. These Philippine Bidding Documents (PBDs) for the procurement of Goods through Competitive Bidding have been prepared by the Government of the Philippines for use by any branch, constitutional commission or office, agency, department, bureau, office, or instrumentality of the Government of the Philippines, National Government Agencies, including Government-Owned and/or Controlled Corporations, Government Financing Institutions, State Universities and Colleges, and Local Government Unit. The procedures and practices presented in this document have been developed through broad experience, and are for mandatory use in projects that are financed in whole or in part by the Government of the Philippines or any foreign government/foreign or international financing institution in accordance with the provisions of the 2016 revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 9184. The Bidding Documents shall clearly and adequately define, among others: (i) the objectives, scope, and expected outputs and/or results of the proposed contract or Framework Agreement, as the case may be; (ii) the eligibility requirements of Bidders; (iii) the expected contract or Framework Agreement duration, the estimated quantity in the case of procurement of goods, delivery schedule and/or time frame; and (iv) the obligations, duties, and/or functions of the winning bidder. Care should be taken to check the relevance of the provisions of the PBDs against the requirements of the specific Goods to be procured. If duplication of a subject is inevitable in other sections of the document prepared by the Procuring Entity, care must be exercised to avoid contradictions between clauses dealing with the same matter. Moreover, each section is prepared with notes intended only as information for the Procuring Entity or the person drafting the Bidding Documents. They shall not be included in the final documents. The following general directions should be observed when using the documents:
PREFACE. The intent of the System Impact Study is to determine a plan, with approximate cost and construction time estimates, to connect the subject generation interconnection project to the PJM network at a location specified by the Interconnection Customer. As a requirement for interconnection, the Interconnection Customer may be responsible for the cost of constructing: Network Upgrades, which are facility additions, or upgrades to existing facilities, that are needed to maintain the reliability of the PJM system. All facilities required for interconnection of a generation interconnection project must be designed to meet the technical specifications (on PJM web site) for the appropriate transmission owner.In some instances an Interconnection Customer may not be responsible for 100% of the identified network upgrade cost because other transmission network uses, e.g. another generation interconnection or merchant transmission upgrade, may also contribute to the need for the same network reinforcement. The possibility of sharing the reinforcement costs with other projects may be identified in the Feasibility Study, but the actual allocation will be deferred until the System Impact Study is performed.The System Impact Study estimates do not include the feasibility, cost, or time required to obtain property rights and permits for construction of the required facilities. The project developer is responsible for the right of way, real estate, and construction permit issues. For properties currently owned by Transmission Owners, the costs may be included in the study.The Interconnection Customer seeking to interconnect a wind or solar generation facility shall maintain meteorological data facilities as well as provide that meteorological data which is required per Schedule H to the Interconnection Service Agreement and Section 8 of Manual 14D.
PREFACE. The parties recognize that promoting racial and cultural diversity within the University community enhances the University and is consistent with its mission as an institution of higher learning. The parties also recognize that all employees have the equal right to be free from discrimination based upon race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, veteran status or handicap. The parties further agree that a layoff shall be implemented consistent with and in consideration of all appropriate state and federal statutes prohibiting discrimination. If the University determines that a layoff could be avoided by reducing a position's percent of time or the number of weeks of guaranteed employment, the University may offer such a restructured position as a voluntary option to the affected person prior to invoking the terms of this article. The University must notify the Union prior to any discussion with the affected person, and a Union representative must have the opportunity to be present when the option is presented to the affected employee. The employee will have five (5) working days to respond to such an offer. If the employee rejects such an offer and is subsequently laid off, all other sections of this article will apply.
PREFACE. The following are the Special Terms and Conditions (STCs) for Georgia’s section 1115(a) Medicaid Demonstration (hereinafter “Demonstration”). The parties to this agreement are the Georgia Department of Community Health and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The STCs set forth in detail the nature, character, and extent of Federal involvement in the Demonstration and the State’s obligations to CMS during the life of the Demonstration. The STCs are effective January 1, 2011, unless otherwise specified. This Demonstration is approved through December 31, 2013. The STCs have been arranged into the following subject areas:
PREFACE. W hen young people are involved with the The Champions of Change Researchers Over the last few years, seven teams of researchers arts, something changes in their lives. We’ve often witnessed the rapt expres- sions on the faces of such young people. Advocates for the arts often use photographs of smiling faces to document the experience. But in a society that values measurements and uses data-driven analysis to inform decisions about alloca- tion of scarce resources, photographs of smiling faces are not enough to gain or even retain support. Such images alone will not convince skeptics or even neutral decision-makers that something exceptional is happen- ing when and where the arts become part of the lives of young people. Until now, we’ve known little about the nature of this change, or how to enable the change to occur. To understand these issues in more rigorous terms, we invited leading educational researchers to examine the impact of arts experiences on young people. We developed the Champions of Change: The Impact of the Arts on Learning initiative in cooperation with The Arts Education Partnership and The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities to explore why and how young people were changed through their arts experiences. We believed that evidence could be collected that would help answer the questions of why positive changes occur and what might be done to replicate them. We expected the work to build on previous research concerning the arts and learning so that similar programs could become even more effective; we also hoped to increase the overall understanding of how the arts can impact learning. We invited the initial Champions of Change researchers to examine well-established models of arts education. We then added research efforts that looked beyond specific programs to larger issues of the arts in American education. Finally, we expanded our concept beyond classrooms and schools to include out-of-school settings. We wanted to better understand the impact of the arts on learning, not just on formal education. examined a variety of arts education programs using diverse methodologies: ■ James S. Catterall of the Imagination Project at the University of California at Los Angeles analyzed data on more than 25,000 students from the National Educational Longitudinal Survey to determine the relationship of engagement in the arts to student performance and attitudes. He also investigated the impact of intensive involvement in instrument...
PREFACE. This Agreement entered into the 1st day of July, 2017 by and between the Novi Community School District, hereinafter referred to as the District, the Board, or the Employer, and the Novi Education Association, a voluntary, incorporated association, hereinafter referred to as the Association, affiliated with the Michigan Education Association, hereinafter referred to as the MEA and the National Education Association, hereinafter referred to as the NEA. The signatories shall be the only parties to this Agreement. The parties acknowledge that each had the unlimited right and opportunity to make demands and proposals with respect to any subject or matter not removed by law from the area of collective bargaining. The understandings and agreements arrived at are set forth in this Agreement. Therefore, the parties for the life of this Agreement agree that neither shall be obligated to bargain any subject or matter not specifically addressed in this Agreement. However, the parties may mutually agree to discuss any matter during the life of this Agreement. This Agreement shall constitute the full and complete commitments between the parties. It may be altered or modified through written mutual consent of the parties. This Agreement shall supersede any rules, regulations or practices of the Board which shall be contrary to or inconsistent with its terms. The provisions of this Agreement shall be incorporated into and considered part of the established policies of the Board.
PREFACE. This Agreement (“Agreement”) shall be deemed effective as of May 23, 2016 (the “Effective Date”), between Emergency Networks, LLC (“Emergency”), a limited Liability company organized under the laws of the State of Colorado, with offices at 10300 6th Avenue North, Plymouth, MN 55441 and Verizon Pennsylvania LLC (“Verizon”), a limited liability company organized under the laws of the State of Delaware with offices at 1717 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (Verizon and Emergency may be referred to hereinafter, each, individually as a “Party”, and, collectively, as the “Parties”).
PREFACE. Pursuant to Section 70 of the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act, 2015 (PPADA), this Standard Tender Document (STD) for Framework Agreement for Goods has been prepared by Kenya Power based on The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority’s Standard Tender Document for “Procurement of Goods” (February 2021) and the Standard Tender Document for Preparing Framework Agreements (February 2021). ABBREVIATIONS AGPO Access to government procurement opportunities AO Accounting Officer CBK FWA Central Bank of Kenya Framework Agreement FWAGP Framework Agreement General Provisions FWASP Framework Agreement Special Provisions FY Financial / Fiscal Year GTP Guaranteed Technical Particulars IFT Invitation for Tenders ITT Instructions to Tenderers JV Joint Venture NCB National competitive tender PPADA Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act, 2015 PPADR Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Regulations 2020 PPRA Public Procurement Regulatory Authority R Responsive NR Not-Responsive RFQ Request for Quotation STD Standard Tender Documents TDS Tender Data Sheet TEC Tender Evaluation Committee Table of Contents