Program Review. The Contracting Officer or other authorized government representative may hold semi- annual program review meetings. Such meetings will be held via telecom or video teleconferencing. However, the Government reserves the right to request a meeting in person. The meetings will include all BPA holders, representatives from prospective customer agencies, a combination of current and prospective customer agencies, or individual BPA holders. Some Federal Government Agencies and any approved State, Local and Tribal agencies may establish a central program management function. Such users may require their primary suppliers to participate in agency program review meetings on a periodic basis, at no additional cost to the Government.
Program Review. The State ECEAP Office will conduct a review of each contractor’s compliance with the ECEAP Contract and ECEAP Performance Standards every four years. The review will involve ECEAP staff and parents. After the Program Review, the State ECEAP Office will provide the contractor with a Program Review report. The contractor must submit an ECEAP Corrective Action Plan for non-compliance with ECEAP Performance Standards. The Plan must be approved by the State ECEAP Office.
Program Review. Each unit/program (instructional, library, counseling) will hold at least one meeting annually to discuss unit/program outcomes with the unit administrator and faculty.
Program Review. As part of the five year review set forth in Section 8.4 “Monitoring and Evaluation” the Hatchery Committee shall look back comprehensively at the previous five year plan to help prepare the next five year plan. In 2013 as part of the comprehensive review and every ten years thereafter, the hatchery program will undergo a program review incorporating new information from the monitoring and evaluation program. This program review will determine if adult-to-smolt and smolt-to adult survival standard, and hatchery program goals, and objectives as defined in this document and the Section 10 of the ESA permits have been met or sufficient progress is being made towards their achievement. This review shall include a determination of whether hatchery production objectives are being achieved and a review to identify adjustments to the monitoring and evaluation programs. The Hatchery Committee shall be responsible for conducting the hatchery program review, and developing a summary report. The Hatchery Committee shall be responsible for recommending alternative plans to the District in the event that program objectives as defined above are not being met or needed modifications to the monitoring and evaluation have been identified. The Hatchery Committee shall be responsible for developing and the District funding implementation plans.
Program Review. Prior to June 30, 2019, the Parties will meet to review the SRO program at the School and discuss the Parties’ intent for the following school year. The City shall cooperate with the District to prepare a report for the Board’s review, with a recommendation to keep, modify, or terminate the SRO program.
Program Review. The status and function of the County's Light Duty program, to include the practices of the County's current workers' compensation vendor, shall be referred to the County-wide LMRC for evaluation. If necessary. the County-wide LMRC shall make recommendations for how to improve the program.
Program Review. All members serving as a Resident Educator Mentor and/or trained as a Resident Educator Mentor, Resident Educators, and the Resident Educator Coordinator will meet annually as a group to assess the program. Recommendations will be submitted in the form of a written report to the Association President and the Superintendent not later than May 1st of each year.
Program Review. The progress of each Continental Exploration Program and each CTVH Exploration Program adopted by the Board shall be reviewed at least quarterly at meetings of the Board.
Program Review. In offices having an EAP, the status and progress of the pro- gram, including improving methods for identifying alcoholism and drug abuse in its earliest stages and encouraging employees to obtain treatment without delay, will be proper subjects for labor-management discussions. Such discussions shall not breach the confidentiality of EAP participants.
Program Review. The status and progress of the EAP Program, including improving methods for identifying alcoholism at its early stages and encouraging employees to obtain treatment without delay, will be proper agenda items for discussion at Joint Labor- Management Committee meetings as set forth under Article 27. Such discussion shall not breach the confidentiality of EAP participants.