PROJECT SELECTION CRITERIA. A.1.1 ELIGIBLE PROJECTS To be eligible for funding, a Project must:
PROJECT SELECTION CRITERIA. As a general rule, the Alliance will adopt projects that benefit at least two or more of the member counties, although the Alliance will support projects that benefit only one county. The Alliance will also strive for proportional geographic representation of projects.
PROJECT SELECTION CRITERIA. This section describes the criteria used to select the current and planned projects on Exhibit 4.6- A. The projects listed in Exhibit 4.6-A are extracted from the Incumbent Service Provider's Remedy system and/or DIR direction based on previously defined work efforts. These projects require activity/effort on the part of the Successful Respondent. Projects that are specific to an SCP or SCPs, but do not require MSI involvement outside of steady state Cross-functional services were not included in this list. The projects listed in Exhibit 4.6-A are a point in time reference and may be modified by DIR based on needs of the Shared Services program prior to Commencement Date with notification to the Successful Respondent as appropriate.
PROJECT SELECTION CRITERIA a. To meet the minimum State and Federal requirements the following criteria shall be considered when developing the Project Priorities list:
PROJECT SELECTION CRITERIA. The project must be pertinent and realistic; - The entrepreneur must own at least 25% of the business shares; - The entrepreneur must prove that he has obtained all the necessary financing; - The project must not create direct competition with Pontiac businesses; - The entrepreneur must not have defaulted on paying government debts and must be free of any bankruptcy judgement; - If the entrepreneur has already received funding from the BSP, the first project must be completed according to program standards; - The project must demonstrate economic benefits and/or job creation; - The business support project must contribute to the sustainability and long-term viability of the company. The Investment Committee has the right to recommend an investment in a project, or render an expense eligible, if it judges that the project demonstrates that it will create an impact on: economic diversification, economic benefits for the region or job creation.


  • Selection Criteria Each Contract is secured by a new or used Motorcycle. No Contract has a Contract Rate less than 1.00%. Each Contract amortizes the amount financed over an original term no greater than 84 months (excluding periods of deferral of first payment). Each Contract has a Principal Balance of at least $500.00 as of the Cutoff Date.

  • Desirable Selection Criteria 1. Post registration qualification in the area of specialty or evidence of significant progression towards one.

  • Evaluation Criteria 5.2.1. The responses will be evaluated based on the following: (edit evaluation criteria below as appropriate for your project)

  • Quality-based Selection Services for assignments which the Bank agrees meet the requirements set forth in paragraph 3.2 of the Consultant Guidelines may be procured under contracts awarded on the basis of Quality-based Selection in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 3.1 through 3.4 of the Consultant Guidelines.

  • Design Criteria The Engineer shall prepare all work in accordance with the latest version of applicable State’s procedures, specifications, manuals, guidelines, standard drawings, and standard specifications or previously approved special provisions and special specifications, which include: the PS&E Preparation Manual, Roadway Design Manual, Hydraulic Design Manual, the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD), Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways, Streets and Bridges (latest Edition), and other State approved manuals. When design criteria are not identified in State manuals, the Engineer shall notify the State and refer to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Street, (latest Edition). In addition, the Engineer shall follow the State’s District guidelines in developing the Plan, Specification, and Estimate (PS&E) package. The Engineer shall prepare each PS&E package in a form suitable for letting through the State’s construction contract bidding and awarding process. The Engineer shall identify, prepare exhibits and complete all necessary forms for each Design Exception and Waiver required within project limits prior to the 30% project completion submittal. The Engineer shall submit each exception and waiver to the State for coordination and processing of approvals. If subsequent changes require additional exceptions, the Engineer shall notify the State in writing as soon as possible after identification of each condition that may warrant a design exception or waiver.

  • Supplier Selection If Customer selects a seat or galley supplier that is not on the Boeing recommended list, such seat or galley will become BFE and the provisions of Exhibit A, Buyer Furnished Equipment Provisions Document, of the AGTA will apply.

  • Target Population Areas MRAP is designed to target low-to-moderate income homeowners and address the needs of a homeowner’s specific situation in lieu of targeting certain regions or counties.

  • Qualification Criteria The College may offer or an employee may request an early retirement incentive provided the employee meets the following qualifications:

  • Criteria The probationary period shall date from the time of appointment to a permanent position after certification from an eligible list. It shall not include time served under provisional appointment or under appointment to limited term positions or any period of continuous leave of absence without pay or period of work connected disability exceeding fifteen (15) calendar days. For those employees appointed to permanent-intermittent positions with a nine (9) month probation period, probation will be considered completed upon serving fifteen hundred (1500) hours after appointment except that in no instance will this period be less than nine (9) calendar months from the beginning of probation. If a permanent- intermittent probationary employee is reassigned to full-time, credit toward probation completion in the full-time position shall be prorated on the basis of one hundred seventy-three (173) hours per month.

  • Development Plan The Parties’ respective responsibilities for the Development of the Collaboration Compounds and the Products are set forth in this Article 4. As of the Execution Date, the Parties have agreed upon a Development Plan for the Development of Product(s), attached to this Agreement as Exhibit A. The Development Plan may be revised from time to time by the JDC. Either Party may propose modifications to the Development Plan for Development of a Product, including clinical trial plans and time lines, and such proposed modifications shall be subject to review and approval by the JDC, provided that with respect to a Material Development Plan Amendment, a Party may propose such modifications directly to the JSC. Upon approval by the JDC (or JSC, as applicable), such modifications shall become part of the Development Plan. All Development Plans must require periodic reassessment and re-approval (each a “Go/No-go Decision”) after each clinical trial or at such times as the JDC in its discretion deems appropriate, at which point continuation of relevant Development activities shall be subject to the approval of the JDC in view of then applicable scientific, clinical, safety, [*] = Certain confidential information contained in this document, marked by brackets, has been omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to Rule 406 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. financial and commercial factors. The Development Plan shall allocate Development activities between the Parties, based on the following principles: (i) with respect to Product(s) comprising the Lead Compound, Portola will be the lead Party for Development activities [*]; (ii) with respect to any Product comprising a Back-Up Compound, Portola will be the lead Party for Development activities until [*] for such Product; (iii) Portola has the right (but not the obligation) to be the lead Party for Development activities [*]; (iv) Biogen Idec shall be the lead party for [*] for the Products; and (v) Portola shall be the lead Party [*]. The lead Party for Development activities pertaining to any Product shall have the primary responsibility for the performance of the Development Activities according to the Development Plan and within the Development Budget. In the course of fulfilling its role as the lead developing Party for a particular Product in a particular Indication and during a particular stage of the Product Development, a Party may request the other Party to conduct certain specific Development activities, and the other Party shall have the right to accept or reject such request, at its sole discretion. In addition, Biogen Idec will include Portola in Development activities involving scientific leaders and experts worldwide, including participation in advisory board meetings.