Reporting Standards Sample Clauses

Reporting Standards. Reports submitted by the CONTRACTOR to HSD shall meet the following standards:
Reporting Standards. All such reports, appraisals and other items shall be prepared and presented in accordance with modified generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) as defined in the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF) Market Value Accounting Policy Manual and other standards required by Investor of its real estate investment advisors.
Reporting Standards. United shall maintain an on-line computer system capable of collecting and storing, for documentation purposes, the changes and approvals of the SHIP. - United shall maintain an on-line communications source (which source must be approved by AARP in its reasonable discretion) which provides AARP with immediate, read-only access to claim history data. - United shall develop, if necessary, and maintain research data and a member profiling process which matches product design to AARP member interests. - United's computer system shall compile reports containing the following data: results of operation for claim, actuarial and underwriting business functions. - United shall have the ability and capacity to transmit electronically the following information to AARP and the Member Services Vendor: timing, product features and claim information. United will also provide access rules (create, read, update or delete) for its data files and access paths. United shall also develop and maintain the ability to query AARP member information data and information regarding AARP member inquiries to assist in campaign design. - United shall develop and maintain (i) Claims Databases which capture claim payment and history and (ii) access functions to AARP member profiles, coverage's and claim history. All claims shall be tied into the Member Services Member's databases. EXHIBIT 4.2.1 - AARP MARKS -- AARP (acronym) --American Association of Retired Persons (name) -- TRADEMARK SERVICE XXXX PRINCIPAL REGISTER AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED FIRST USE 9-15-1984; IN PERSONS (D.C. NOT-PROFIT COMMERCE 9-15-1984. CORPORATION) FOR: TRAVEL AGENCY SERVICES IN 0000 X XX., XX CLASS 39 (U.S. CL. 105). XXXXXXXXXX, XX 00000 FIRST USE 9-15-1984 IN COMMERCE 9-15-1984. FOR: MAGAZINES, NEWSLETTERS FOR: CONDUCTING SEMINARS AND AND CATALOGS. PERTAINING TO EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS ON A RETIREMENT AND THE CONCERNS OF VARIETY OF SUBJECTS THAT OLDER PERSONS. IN CLASS 16 (U.S. CL. CONCERN RETIRED PERSONS. IN 38). CLASS 41 (U.S. CL. 107). FIRST USE 8-22-1984; IN COMMERCE FIRST USE 9-15-1984; IN 8-22-1984. COMMERCE 9-15-1984. FOR: INCOME TAX PREPARATION FOR: RETAIL STORE AND MAIL SERVICES: AND ARRANGING ORDER PHARMACY SERVICES. IN THROUGH THIRD PARTY PROVIDERS. CLASS 42 (U.S. CL. 101). INVESTMENT IN MONEY MARKET FIRST USE 9-15-1984; IN INSTRUMENTS AND MUTUAL FUNDS. COMMERCE 9-15-1984. IN CLASS 35 (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. FIRST USE 9-15-1984; IN COMMERCE 741,334, 1,296,948 AND OTHERS. 9...
Reporting Standards. Using a process provided by the SPD, each Affiliate Agency shall submit monthly statistics to the SPD on all ICAC investigations or other investigative work pertaining to the sexual exploitation of children via the Internet. These statistics shall be submitted in the appropriate format by the 10 th day of each successive month that the statistics were acquired and shall include data on all related investigations opened or closed during the month in all of the categories as designated on the provided form. In addition, a breakdown or summary of basic case data shall be included for each sexual exploitation of a minor (child pornography) case, and / or criminal solicitation of a minor (enticement / traveler) case investigated by an Affiliate Agency along with references to any local media reporting on the investigation. The SPD will be responsible for all required reporting to the OJJDP. ARTICLE VIIITRAINING Affiliate Agencies shall make every effort to make investigators designated as Task Force Members available for applicable specialized training provided through the national ICAC Program and other appropriate training programs. The SPD will review training requests and provide funding for ICAC-approved training when appropriate. This funding will include, but is not limited to; WA ICAC TF hosted, or sponsored or facilitated training through the national ICAC Programs authorized vendors. Affiliate Agencies seeking funding assistance will be required to submit requests at least thirty (30) days in advance in writing and to comply with the procedures set forth in a separate Interagency Agreement for funding requests. A sample of this Interagency Agreement is available upon request but in no way is tacit or expressed authorization of requested funding or financial assistance given in advance. Funding under the Interagency Agreement is limited to the available funds that are received by the SPD under the OJJDP Grant program for the national ICAC program.
Reporting Standards. Licensee agrees to comply with the reporting requirements as specified in the Network Standards Documents and as specified below: . Except as specified Audio Quality Network Standards, Licensee will submit the metric reports required pursuant to this Schedule VII (the "Results") to AWS no less than quarterly. . With respect to Audio Quality Network Standards, Licensee shall only submit quarterly Results for markets with 10,000 or more subscribers; for markets with less than 10,000 subscribers, Licensee shall only submit Results on a semi-annual basis. . Licensee shall submit all Results by the fifteenth day of the month following the end of the applicable reporting period. . Licensee will report the Results to AWS on an aggregated national basis; the aggregated national Results will reflect the distribution of the metric measured across Licensee's Territory. Licensee may also be required to provide a breakdown, by market, of any metric. AT&T Brand Values Marketing, Advertising & Promotion Guidelines The Licensed Logo as set forth in Schedules A and E should not be placed on any content relating to or containing any of the following, unless it has redeeming social value: . Illegal activities . Content which demeans, ridicules or attacks an individual or group on the basis of age, color, national origin, race, religion, sex. secular orientation, or handicap . Pornographic, obscene or sexually explicit suggestive material or content . Material targeted to children, which is deemed to be obscene, vulgar or pornographic . Tobacco and/or alcoholic beverages . Firearms/Ammunition/Fireworks . Gambling . Contraceptives . Violence . Vulgar/obscene language . Solicitation of funds -4- SCHEDULE E ---------- GUIDELINES FOR USE OF THE LICENSED LOGO AND LICENSED PHRASE ------------------- AT&T welcomes Members of the AT&T Wireless Services Network (Member) to use the enclosed icon ("icon") and the expression "Member, AT&T Wireless Services Network" (the "expression") for their advertising and promotion needs. There are only a few requirements to follow: . The icon or the expression may never be used in connection with services or products that are not provided or approved by AT&T in accordance with the Network Membership License Agreement. . Only authorized Members of the AT&T Wireless Services Network marketing AT&T services under a written Network Membership License Agreement may use the icon and the expression. . The authorized member's identity or logo must be at lea...
Reporting Standards. Licensee agrees to comply with the reporting requirements as specified in the Network Standards Documents and as specified below: o Except as specified Audio Quality Network Standards, Licensee will submit the metric reports required pursuant to this Schedule D (the "Results") to AWS no less than quarterly. o With respect to Audio Quality Network Standards, Licensee shall only submit quarterly Results for markets with 10,000 or more subscribers; for markets with less than 10,000 subscribers, Licensee shall only submit Results on a semi-annual basis. o Licensee shall submit all Results by the fifteenth day of the month following the end of the applicable reporting period. o Licensee will report the Results to AWS on an aggregated national basis; the aggregated national Results will reflect the distribution of the metric measured across Licensee's Territory. Licensee may also be required to provide a breakdown, by market, of any metric.
Reporting Standards. California's Xxxxxxx-Xxxxxx Fault Zone Act (1972) established a standard for the width of a regulatory fault zone -- one-eighth of one mile on both sides of an active fault trace. For county-level reporting purposes, "WITHIN" shall be reported if any portion of the Property is within one-eighth of one mile (660 feet) of a “Fault” as delineated in the Public Record that is not bounded by a regulatory fault zone. “NOT WITHIN” shall be reported if no portion of the Property is situated within one-eighth of one mile of a “Fault” delineated in the Public Record.
Reporting Standards. For county-level reporting purposes, “IN” shall be reported as will the more/most severeFire Hazard Severity Zones in SRArating (“Very High”, “High”, or “Moderate”) affecting any portion of the Property as delineated in the Public Record. “NOT IN” shall be reported if no portion of the Property is located within one or more of the “Fire Hazard Severity Zones in SRA” as delineated in the Public Record. OTHER HAZARDS
Reporting Standards. The BLM and SHPO have collaborated on the development of standards for preparing inventory and treatment reports, and have jointly developed Wyoming Isolated Resource Forms (WYIRF) and Wyoming Cultural Properties Forms (WYCPF). All cultural resources data will be reported on WYCPF and WYIRF as appropriate. All BLM inventory reports submitted to SHPO will follow the current WY Report Standards (see Appendix J). Any revisions to the standards will be jointly developed by BLM and SHPO.