Pursuant to A. R.S. § 38-504, a current or former public officer or employee within the last twelve (12) months shall not represent another organization before the City on any matter for which the officer or employee was directly concerned and personally participated in during their service or employment or over which they had a substantial or material administrative discretion. Further, while employed by the City and for two (2) years thereafter, public officers or employees are prohibited from disclosing or using, without appropriate authorization, any confidential information acquired by such personnel in the course of his or her official duties at the City.
Pursuant to A. R.S. §35-215, the Consultant and its Subconsultant(s) with intent to defraud, deceive, improperly influence, obstruct or impair an audit being conducted or about to be conducted in relation to any Contract or subcontract with the Department is guilty of a Class 5 Felony.
Pursuant to A. R.S. § 12-1518, disputes under this Contract shall be resolved through the use of arbitration when the case or lawsuit is subject to mandatory arbitration pursuant to rules adopted under A.R.S. § 12 -133.
Pursuant to A. R.S. Section 38-511, the City of Prescott may cancel this Agreement, without penalty or further obligation, if any person significantly involved in initiating, negotiating, securing, drafting or creating the Agreement on behalf of the City is, at any time while the Agreement or any extension of the Agreement is in effect, an employee or agent of any other party to the Agreement in any capacity or a Professional to any other party of the Agreement with respect to the subject matter of the Agreement. In the foregoing event, the City of Prescott further elects to recoup any fee or commission paid or due to any person significantly involved in initiating, negotiating, securing, drafting or creating this Agreement on behalf of the City of Prescott from any other party to the Agreement arising as a result of this Agreement.
Pursuant to A. R.S. §§ 35-214 and 35-215, the Participating Entity shall retain all records relating to this Agreement for a period of five years after completion of the Agreement. All records shall be subject to inspection and audit by the State of Arizona at reasonable times. Upon request, the Participating Entity shall produce the original of any or all such records at the offices of the Commission.
Pursuant to A. R.S. § 35-214, the Cooperator shall retain all data, books and other records relating to this contract for a period of five years after completion of the contract. All records shall be subject to inspection and audit by the State at reasonable times. Upon request, the Cooperator shall produce the original of any or all such records.
Pursuant to A. R.S. § 38-511, either party to this Agreement may terminate this Agreement without penalty or further obligation if any person significantly involved in initiating, negotiating, securing, drafting or creating the Agreement is or becomes at any time while the Agreement or an extension of the Agreement is in effect an employee of or a consultant to any other party to this Agreement with respect to the subject matter of the Agreement. The cancellation will be effective when AHCCCS or the Public Entity receives written notice of the cancellation unless the notice specifies a later time.
Pursuant to A. R.S. Section 15-1105 et seq., User agrees to procure, at its expense, and maintain during the term hereof, a policy of general liability insurance, against claims for bodily injury, death, and property damage occurring in connection with User’s use of any portion of Facility and/or Facility’s contents, which insurance shall name District as an additional insured and be primary and noncontributing to any coverage maintained by or on behalf of District. Such insurance shall have minimum limits of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) per occurrence and shall not exclude claims and legal actions arising from communicable diseases. User shall provide District with a certificate evidencing such insurance coverage is in effect. This provision may be waived, at the discretion of the District, for certain school-related groups who fall under the District’s insurance coverage Uncompensated Use
Pursuant to A. R.S. § 32-1405(C)(25) the Executive Director has authority to 10 enter into a consent agreement when there is evidence of danger to the public health and 11 safety.
Pursuant to A. A.C. R4-16-504, the Executive Director may enter into an 13 interim consent agreement when there is evidence that a restriction is needed to mitigate 14 imminent danger to the public’s health and safety. Investigative staff, the Board’s medical 15 consultant and the lead Board member have reviewed the case and concur that an interim 16 consent agreement is appropriate.