Review by the Administrator of Procurement Decisions Sample Clauses

Review by the Administrator of Procurement Decisions. The Procurement Plan shall set forth those contracts which shall be subject to the Administrator’s Prior Review. All other contracts shall be subject to Post Review by the Administrator.
Review by the Administrator of Procurement Decisions. Except as the Administrator shall otherwise determine by notice to the Recipient, the following contracts shall be subject to Prior Review by the Administrator: (a) each contract for goods, works and services (other than consultants’ services) estimated to cost the equivalent of $250,000 or more; (b) the record of justification referred to in paragraph 5 of Appendix 1 to the Consultant Guidelines for each contract for the employment of individual consultants estimated to cost the equivalent of $50,000 or more shall be subject to Prior Review by the Administrator; and (c) each contract for consultants’ services provided by a firm estimated to cost the equivalent of $100,000 or more. All other contracts shall be subject to Post Review by the Administrator. SCHEDULE 3
Review by the Administrator of Procurement Decisions. Except as the Administrator shall otherwise determine by notice to the Recipient, all contracts shall be subject to Post Review by the Administrator.
Review by the Administrator of Procurement Decisions. 1. Except as the Bank shall otherwise determine by notice to the Recipient, the following contracts shall be subject to Prior Review by the Bank:
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Related to Review by the Administrator of Procurement Decisions

  • Review by the Association of Procurement Decisions The Procurement Plan shall set forth those contracts which shall be subject to the Association’s Prior Review. All other contracts shall be subject to Post Review by the Association.

  • Review by the Bank of Procurement Decisions The Procurement Plan shall set forth those contracts which shall be subject to the Bank’s Prior Review. All other contracts shall be subject to Post Review by the Bank.

  • ADB’s Review of Procurement Decisions 11. All contracts procured under international competitive bidding procedures and contracts for consulting services shall be subject to prior review by ADB, unless otherwise agreed between the Borrower and ADB and set forth in the Procurement Plan. SCHEDULE 5 Execution of Project and Operation of Project Facilities; Financial Matters

  • Withdrawal or Removal and Replacement of Administrator The Administrator may withdraw for any reason upon notice to the Initial Member, provided that such withdrawal shall be effective only following a Sale of the Painting and distribution of the proceeds. The Administrator may be removed and replaced at any time for any reason with or without approval of the Board upon the affirmative vote of Voting Members holdings at least two-thirds of the Voting Shares. In the event of any such withdrawal or removal and replacement of the Administrator, any unvested ASA Shares shall be forfeited as of the effective date of such withdrawal or removal and such ASA Shares shall no longer be deemed to be issued and outstanding for any purposes of this Agreement.

  • Provision of Services by the Administrator The Administrator shall directly, or indirectly through one or more Affiliates (as defined below) or third parties as described in Section 1(b), engage and maintain personnel for the purpose of providing the following services (collectively, the “Services”) to the Issuer and Masterworks Cayman:

  • Authority of the Administrator The Plan Administrator, which is the Company’s Compensation Committee, shall have full authority to interpret and construe the terms of the Plan and this Agreement. The determination of the administrator as to any such matter of interpretation or construction shall be final, binding and conclusive.

  • Independence of the Administrator For all purposes of this Agreement, the Administrator shall be an independent contractor and shall not be subject to the supervision of the Issuer or the Owner Trustee with respect to the manner in which it accomplishes the performance of its obligations hereunder. Unless expressly authorized by the Issuer, the Administrator shall have no authority to act for or represent the Issuer or the Owner Trustee in any way and shall not otherwise be deemed an agent of the Issuer or the Owner Trustee.

  • Activities of the Administrator The services of the Administrator rendered to the Trust are not to be deemed to be exclusive. The Administrator is free to render such services to others and to have other businesses and interests. It is understood that Trustees, officers, employees and Shareholders of the Trust are or may be or become interested in the Administrator, as directors, officers, employees and shareholders or otherwise and that directors, officers, employees and shareholders of the Administrator and its counsel are or may be or become similarly interested in the Trust, and that the Administrator may be or become interested in the Trust as a Shareholder or otherwise.

  • Investment Decisions Subadviser shall determine from time to time what investments and securities will be purchased, retained, or sold with respect to that portion of the Fund allocated to it by Investment Manager, and what portion of such assets will be invested or held uninvested as cash. Subadviser is prohibited from consulting with any other subadviser of the Fund concerning transactions of the Fund in securities or other assets, other than for purposes of complying with the conditions of Rule 12d3-1(a) or (b) of the 1940 Act. Subadviser will not be responsible for voting proxies issued by companies held in the Fund although Investment Manager may consult with Subadviser from time to time regarding the voting of proxies of securities owned by the Fund. Subadviser will not be responsible for filing claims in class action settlements related to securities currently or previously held by that portion of the Fund allocated to it by Investment Manager.

  • Other Procurement Procedures The following procurement methods may be used for the procurement of works and goods that the Bank agrees meets the requirements established in the provisions of Section III of the Procurement Policies: