Responsibility and Authority Sample Clauses

Responsibility and Authority a. Executive management shall have the responsibility and authority to plan and determine the overall direction of Developer and its relationship to the quality efforts. Executive management shall ensure the quality policy is documented and understood by all employees and management by formal and informal indoctrination and shall further ensure the implementation of the quality policy by everyone in the organization.
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Responsibility and Authority. (1) The Manager, Payroll Accounting and Records, serves as the USPS National Security Information Oversight Offi- cer. This officer shall:
Responsibility and Authority. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY AND CONSULTATION Each cognizant manager is responsible for taking timely action, including remedial action as may be necessary, in response to any matter which arises under this Policy. The manager will be expected to seek the counsel and guidance of higher management as circumstances may require.
Responsibility and Authority. The Corporate Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for establishing policy guidelines consistent with PolyOne Corporation’s target capital structure. The guidelines will cover setting credit limits and exceptions thereto, for term extensions and credit worthiness, and determining the appropriate risk exposure of a business’ overall credit portfolio. The CFO is responsible for this policy and revisions, which may be required from time to time. The CFO will approve any exceptions to this policy. It is the responsibility of the business General Manager, delegating through the business management team (specifically including the business controller and credit manager), to develop and implement all business unit policies, guidelines and/or procedures necessary to effectively manage the business unit’s day-to-day credit risk and to adhere to this Company-wide policy. The business General Manager is delegated the authority to have credit authorized consistent with this policy.
Responsibility and Authority. 4.1 QUALITY SYSTEMS GROUP LEADER The QUALITY SYSTEMS GROUP LEADER is responsible for the implementation of this procedure
Responsibility and Authority. 3.4.1 The JSC shall be the primary forum to:
Responsibility and Authority. 1. The Managing Director of Customer Service shall be responsible for producing and distributing a delinquent accounts list containing names of businesses and/or individuals who are delinquent in paying their property taxes, impact fees, utility bills, EMS fees, or damage claims to the City.
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Responsibility and Authority. (i) to develop and implement the business plan of National Beef as well as capital plans, compensation plans and strategic plans, subject to approval of the Board; (ii) to authorize any expenditure by National Beef that is reasonably necessary to enable National Beef to conduct its business and affairs, provided that any such expenditure (other than expenditures contemplated by any annual or interim budget, plan or program already approved by the Board) shall not exceed $1,000,000 without the approval of the Board; (iii) to implement acquisitions, disposals or sales of properties or assets of National Beef (whether effected by merger, sale of assets, lease or equity exchange or otherwise) (A) in the ordinary course of business, (B) as may be contemplated by any annual or interim budget, plan or program already approved by the Board, or (C) in a transaction involving less than $1,000,000.
Responsibility and Authority. On and after the Effective Date, Lilly shall have sole authority and responsibility (notwithstanding the formation of the JDC or its decisions and/or disputes among the membership of the JDC) for the Development, manufacture, use and Commercialization of Licensed Products in the Field in the Territory, including, without limitation: (i) the conduct of all research and pre-clinical Development activities (including, without limitation, the assessment of alternative designs for the Licensed Products, the selection of the final Target-Binding Antibodies, MAY Compounds and linkers to be used in the Licensed Products and the selection of the Licensed Products to be Developed, all pre-clinical and IND-enabling studies (including, without limitation, toxicology testing), any pharmaceutical development work on formulations and process development relating to any such Licensed Products); (ii) all activities related to human clinical trials; (iii) all activities relating to the Portions of this Exhibit, indicated by the xxxx “[***],” were omitted and have been filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to the Registrant’s application requesting confidential treatment pursuant to Rule 24b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. manufacture and supply of Target-Binding Antibodies, MAY Compounds, linkers and Licensed Products, to the extent such activities relate to the Development, manufacture, use and Commercialization of Licensed Products (including, without limitation, all required process development and scale up work with respect thereto); and (iv) all Commercialization activities relating to any Licensed Product (including, without limitation, marketing, promotion, sales, distribution, import and export activities and any post-marketing trials and safety surveillance). Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Lilly shall have full control and authority and sole responsibility for (A) making all Regulatory Filings for Licensed Products and filing all Drug Approval Applications and otherwise seeking all Regulatory Approvals regarding such matters and (B) reporting of all adverse events to Regulatory Authorities if and to the extent required by Applicable Laws. All activities relating to Development, manufacture, use and Commercialization of Licensed Products under this Agreement shall be undertaken at Lilly’s sole cost and expense, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement.
Responsibility and Authority. The Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors will be responsible for the administration of the CEO's long-term incentive compensation arrangements. Any interpretation or adjustments will be by the Committee, whose decision is final. OVERALL STRUCTURE OF THE PLAN Long-term incentive compensation for the CEO will consist of: - 200,000 options awarded at the beginning of the 4-year performance period from date of appointment as CEO (July 9, 1996), vesting at 25% of the award on each of the 4 anniversary dates of the award. This grant will be made at fair market value as of the grant date. - Up to 15,000 restricted shares in each of the 4 years of the performance period with the initial grant at the beginning of the 4-year performance period and subsequent grant on the next three successive anniversary dates of the CEO's appointment as CEO. Award will be made at fair market value on the date of the grant with vesting of 33% of the award on each of the 3 anniversary dates following the award. The actual number of shares granted is at the discretion of the Committee. - Up to 360,000 performance units (payable in performance restricted stock in the manner described below) to be determined at the end of the four year performance period based on achievement of the following specified performance goals in four categories over the 4-year performance period:
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