Proposals. Subject to Article 9 and, in accordance with section 2.4.3, the Construction Manager shall request and receive proposals or bids from Subcontractors and suppliers and will award those contracts to the qualified low bidder after he has reviewed each proposal and is satisfied that the Subcontractor is qualified to perform the work.
Proposals. Any Party may propose to the Development Committee that a particular Product be developed in a particular Future Indication. If the Development Committee agrees to further evaluate the proposal, the Development Committee will develop a detailed proposal, which will include a Development Plan and commercial analysis. The JMC shall review and evaluate such proposals and make a recommendation as to whether or not to pursue such Product in such Future Indication as proposed. The recommendations made by the JMC shall not be binding unless and until Alexion's President approves of the proposed Future Indication in writing. Each Party shall review and evaluate proposals for Future Indications in good faith; however, either Party may decline to participate in ("Opt Out" of) the Development of a particular Product in a particular Future Indication in its sole discretion. Subject to Section 7.2, in the event the Development Committee or the JMC cannot reach consensus regarding a proposed Future Indication, the Party whose representatives oppose such proposal shall be deemed to have Opted Out of such Future Indication. Pursuant to Section 7.4, the Parties may also elect to again participate in ("Opt Back In" to) the Development and Commercialization of a particular Product in a particular Future Indication after having Opted Out pursuant to this Section 7.1. The exercise of any such rights to Opt Back In shall be subject to the other provisions of this Agreement, including the obligation to share Operating Profits/Losses, Development Expenses and Commercialization Expenses, and such exercise shall not entitle a Party to any rights greater than those they would have had if they had initially agreed to develop a Future Indication in accordance with this Section 7.1. For so long as and whenever both Parties are participating in the Development or Commercialization of a particular Product in a particular Future Indication as provided herein, the definition of Field shall include such Future Indication as it relates to such Product.
Proposals. Each activity sponsor will submit an Activities Proposal by January 15th on the District Activities Proposal Form located on the District Activities Schoology Page (the code for this page is 3J2KZ-9M5Q4). The proposal will include job description, student participation, events, planning, meetings/calendars, goals, and time commitment. Each person proposing a stipend and/or increment position will be notified within ten (10) work days of the spring meeting as to the status of the request (approved or rejected).
Proposals. Make any proposal for any Alternative Proposal, DBFO Co's Works Change, Improvement, Safety Improvement or Subsequent Scheme or, if to do so may have a Material Adverse Effect or a material increase in cost or result in a claim for an increase in price under the Construction Contract, make any other proposal or take any other action as is contemplated by Clause 3.2 or 12.2.1 of the DBFO Contract;
Proposals. Consultant will, when requested by Client, submit Proposals (“Proposal”) for services to be performed by Consultant in connection with specific activities sponsored by Client (“Services”). The Proposals will state the scope of the service to be performed, the basis on which Consultant will charge for such Services and an estimate of the time required to perform such Services, if appropriate. If accepted by Client, the Proposal will become a part of this Agreement (numbered sequentially). Each such Proposal shall be deemed a two-party agreement between Consultant and Client and shall be deemed to incorporate and shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
Proposals. In the event that (x) the Board does not accept that an Overspend Situation or a Shortfall Situation as the case may be was primarily due to a Qualifying External Circumstance, (y) the independent arbitrator does not determine that such Overspend Situation or a Shortfall Situation as the case may be was primarily due to a Qualifying External Circumstance in accordance with Clauses 8.5(b) or 8.6(b), or (z) it is not determined that such Overspend Situation or a Shortfall Situation as the case may be was primarily due to a Qualifying External Circumstance through the arbitration process in accordance with Clause 21.11: