Requirement. In order to receive the “In-Lieu-of Dual Medical Coverage” stipend, one of the enrolled employees must waive medical coverage by completing a San Diego Community College District Waiver Form. This waiver may be voluntarily rescinded during open enrollment each year, and will automatically rescind if the covered employee loses coverage due to resignation, retirement, layoff, reduction in hours, or any change in dependent status. In the event of rescission, District coverage will begin for the dependent of the covered employee effective on the effective date of the rescission (no lapse in coverage).
Requirement. Pursuant to Administrative Code Section 6-116.2 and the PPB Rules, Bidders are obligated to complete and submit VENDEX Questionnaires. Vendex Questionnaires must be completed and submitted before any award of contract may be made or before approval is given for a proposed subcontractor. Non-compliance with these submission requirements may result in the disqualification of the bid or proposal, disapproval of a subcontractor, subsequent withdrawal of approval for the use of an approved subcontractor, or the cancellation of the contract after award. CONFIRMATION OF VENDEX COMPLIANCE FORM The Bidder/Proposer shall submit this Confirmation of Vendex Compliance. Name of Bidder/Proposer: Bidder/Proposer’s Address: Bidder/Proposer’s Telephone Number: Bidder/Proposer’s Fax Number: Bidder/Proposer’s Email: Date of Bid/Proposal Submission: Project ID/PIN: Vendex Compliance: To demonstrate compliance with Vendex requirements, the Bidder/Proposer shall complete either Section (1) or Section (2) below, whichever applies.
Requirement. DBE participation goals (subcontracts, materials, supplies) have been set on this PROJECT for those certified as DBEs pursuant to Title 23, U.S.C. section 140(c) and 49 CFR, Part 26, and where applicable qualified to bid with ODOT under Chapter 5525 of the ORC. ODOT shall supply the percentage goal to the LPA upon review of the Engineer’s Estimate. Prior to executing the contract with the contractor, and in order for ODOT to encumber the Federal/State funds, the contractor must demonstrate compliance with the DBE Utilization Plan and Good Faith Efforts requirements. GOOD FAITH EFFORTS (GFEs) In the event that the DBE contract goal established by ODOT is not met on a project, the Contractor shall demonstrate that it made adequate good faith efforts to meet the goal, even though it did not succeed in obtaining enough DBE participation to do so. The Contractor shall demonstrate its GFEs by submitting information including but not limited to the following to the LPA:
Requirement. All park and recreation products offered by the bidder, or included in the final product offered by the bidder, and sold to the Commonwealth must contain the minimum percentage of post-consumer and recovered material content as shown below for the applicable products: Park & Recreation Product Recovered Material Content1 Park Benches & Picnic Tables: -----Plastic2 -----Plastic Composites -----Aluminum -----Concrete -----Steel3 90% (post-consumer) + 10% (recovered) 50% (post-consumer) + 50% (recovered) 25% (post-consumer) 15% (total) 16% (post-consumer) + 9% (recovered) 67% (post-consumer) + 33% (recovered) Plastic Fencing for Specified Uses4 60% (post-consumer) + 30% (recovered) Playground Equipment -----Plastic3 -----Plastic Composites -----Steel4 -----Aluminum 90% (post-consumer) + 10% (recovered) 50% (post-consumer) + 45% (recovered) 16% (post-consumer) + 9% (recovered) 67% (post-consumer) + 33% (recovered) 25% (post-consumer) Playground Surfaces: -----Plastic or Rubber 90% (post-consumer) Running Tracks: -----Plastic or Rubber 90% (post-consumer) “Post-consumer” material is “material or finished product that has served its intended use and has been diverted or recovered from waste destined for disposal, having completed it life as a consumer item. Post-consumer material is part of the broader category of recovered material.” “Recovered Materials” refers to waste materials and by-products which have been recovered or diverted from solid waste, but does not include those materials and by-products generated from, and commonly reused within, an original manufacturing process
Requirement. 1.1 Consultancy assignment is supported by a robust Business case Customer shares relevant elements of the business case with the Supplier - The link between the assignment and wider business objectives in clear - Expected benefits are clearly defined and means of measurement is identified - Business case is used as a reference point throughout the assignment
Requirement. In order to be considered for award, if the Offeror is required to implement NIST SP 800-171, the Offeror shall have a current assessment (i.e., not more than 3 years old unless a lesser time is specified in the solicitation) (see 252.204-7020) for each covered contractor information system that is relevant to the offer, contract, task order, or delivery order. The Basic, Medium, and High NIST SP 800-171 DoD Assessments are described in the NIST SP 800-171 DoD Assessment Methodology located at xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/dpap/pdi/cyber/strategically_assessing_contractor_implementation_of_NIST_SP_800- 171.html.
Requirement. The international application shall relate to one invention only or to a group of inventions so linked as to form a single general inventive concept (“requirement of unity of invention”).
Requirement. Publisher shall be required to comply with all the provisions of the SourceBook 2, including without limitation the Technical Requirements Checklist therein, when published, or within a commercially reasonable time following its publication to incorporate such provisions, as if such provisions were set forth in this Agreement.
Requirement. In accordance with the applicable cost principles, the recipient must submit an annual indirect cost proposal, reconciled to its financial statements, within six months after the close of the fiscal year, unless the award is based on a predetermined or fixed indirect rate(s), or a fixed amount for indirect or facilities and administration (F&A) costs.
Requirement. Broker Subsidiary - month-end ratio not less than 5%. Net Capital Ratio for Broker Subsidiary Month Month-end Ratio