Review Team Sample Clauses

Review Team. The Team will be composed of 3 educator appointments made by 6 the President of the Association and 2 administrative appointments made by the 7 Superintendent. The PLBSS Proposal Review Team will review proposals for rigor 8 and applicability to student learning and educator practice. PRT decisions require 9 consensus and will be referred to the Superintendent or designee for approval or
Review Team. An SRSEA staff member who is facing layoff and who has the seniority and potential credentials to bump a less senior SRSEA staff member shall develop a professional portfolio which addresses the five (5) credentialing categories. A review team will consist of two (2) administrators and two (2) SRSEA members. It is desirable but not necessary that a teacher in the program area involved be on the review team. Volunteers will be sought initially and from there the best possible team will be assembled. Service on the review team will count toward agency-wide contribution. The team will review the candidate’s professional portfolio, interview the candidate, and evaluate the portfolio and the candidate according to the following criteria:
Review Team. An advisory process for the purpose of reviewing unusual classroom/support staff loads shall be established. The review team will review class size and teacher/support staff loads, to assure that the assignment of special needs students including but not limited to bilingual, special education and remediation students are not excessively assigned to one classroom teacher/support staff. The focus will be to review concerns related to teacher/support staff loads and to identify alternative solutions. The process is not an advocacy forum nor an extension of the bargaining process, but a professional/collegial approach to resolving staff concerns. The Review Team will strive to reach a consensus on solving concerns brought to its attention and refer their solutions to the Superintendent. Procedures for establishing teams: Individual classroom teachers or support staff who want their student loads reviewed should contact their building principal first to resolve their concern. If the concern is not solved, they, or their building principal may request, in writing, that their concerns be reviewed. The request should contain the statement of the concern and request(s) to remedy the concern. The written request shall be addressed to the Superintendent and the Association President, who should then review the request and determine the need for further action. If necessary, they will each appoint up to three (3) representatives to review the concern. Written recommendations from the Review Team will be presented to the Superintendent within ten (10) working days. The determination of a final solution, with supporting rationale, will be made by the Superintendent and communicated to all relevant parties in writing within ten (10) working days after the meeting in 2.5.3 above. Curriculum Review In accordance with the Anacortes School District Board Policy, 2020P and RCW 28A.320.230, the Instructional Materials Committee (IMC) is formed to establish and monitor procedures as may be necessary for the evaluation and recommendation of core material used by the district in conformance to stated criteria. The District will notify the Association President when it launches an instructional materials review. Staff representation on the IMC will be appointed by the Superintendent or designee, from a list of interested individuals. At least one member on the committee will be appointed by Association. If there is a stipend, or per diem pay associated with committee work, the As...
Review Team. There shall be a Review Team comprised of the following "from both parties: from Seller [*****] and from Buyer [*****]." This Review Team shall meet on a semi-annual basis, or more frequently if either party so requests, to "assess the continuing viability of the strategic alliance between Buyer and Seller, discuss their respective future plans and identify and agree upon those changes or refinements to the relationship that are necessary to its continued success and achievement of the goals identified herein." Specifically, Review Team meetings shall address issues raised by either party, including but not limited to the following: [******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******] [******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******] [******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******][******] Each party's senior representative at any such meeting of the Review Team shall be authorized to make decisions and commitments binding on the parties, but no such decision or commitment shall effect an amendment to this Agreement or any of the agreements between the parties unless reduced to writing and signed by the authorized representative of each party. CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL APPEARING IN THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 24b-2, PROMULGATED UNDER THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED. OMITTED INFORMATION HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH ASTERISKS.
Review Team. There shall be a Review Team comprised of the following executive managers from both parties: from Seller [******] and from Buyer [******]. This Review Team shall meet on a semi-annual basis, or more frequently if either party so requests, to assess the continuing viability of the strategic alliance between Buyer and Seller, discuss their respective future plans and identify and agree upon those changes or refinements to the relationship that are necessary to its continued success and achievement of the goals identified herein. Specifically, Review Team meetings shall address issues raised by either party, including but not limited to the following:

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Review Process A/E's Work Product will be reviewed by County under its applicable technical requirements and procedures, as follows:
Review Protocol A narrative description of how the Claims Review was conducted and what was evaluated.
Review Committee A Student may ask that the decision of the Housing Director or designee to deny the cancellation be reviewed. The review will be conducted by a committee consisting of University officials.
Business Review Meetings The Department reserves the right to schedule business review meetings as frequently as necessary. The Department will provide the format for the Contractor's agenda. Prior to the meeting, the Contractor shall submit the completed agenda to the Department for review and acceptance. The Contractor shall address the agenda items and any of the Department’s additional concerns at the meeting. At minimum, the Parties shall meet to discuss: • Program compliance • Program trending review • Savings report: Hard dollar and soft dollar • Spend report • Subcontractor and contingent staff performance • Recommendations for improved compliance and performance Failure to comply with this section may result in the Contractor being found in default and Contract termination.
Asset Representations Review Process Section 3.1. Review Notice and Identification of Review Receivables. Within ten (10) Business Days after delivery of a Review Notice to the Asset Representations Reviewer, the Servicer will deliver a list of the Review Receivables to the Asset Representations Reviewer. Upon receipt of a Review Notice and the related list of Review Receivables from the Servicer, the Asset Representations Reviewer will start a Review. Delivery of any Review Notice shall be made pursuant to Section 10.03 of the Sale and Servicing Agreement.
Completion of Review for Certain Review Receivables Following the delivery of the list of the Review Receivables and before the delivery of the Review Report by the Asset Representations Reviewer, the Servicer may notify the Asset Representations Reviewer if a Review Receivable is paid in full by the Obligor or purchased from the Issuer in accordance with the terms of the Basic Documents. On receipt of such notice, the Asset Representations Reviewer will immediately terminate all Tests of the related Review Receivable, and the Review of such Review Receivables will be considered complete (a “Test Complete”). In this case, the related Review Report will indicate a Test Complete for such Review Receivable and the related reason.
Review Procedures (i) Benefit Claims that do not Require a Determination of Disability. Except for claims requiring an independent determination of a Participant's disability status, a request for review of a denied claim must be made in writing to the Plan Administrator within sixty (60) days after receiving notice of denial. The decision upon review will be made within sixty (60) days after the Plan Administrator's receipt of a request for review, unless special circumstances require an extension of time for processing, in which case a decision will be rendered not later than one hundred twenty (120) days after receipt of a request for review. A notice of such an extension must be provided to the Claimant within the initial sixty (60) day period and must explain the special circumstances and provide an expected date of decision. The reviewer will afford the Claimant an opportunity to review and receive, without charge, all relevant documents, information and records and to submit issues and comments in writing to the Plan Administrator. The reviewer will take into account all comments, documents, records and other information submitted by the Claimant relating to the claim regardless of whether the information was submitted or considered in the initial benefit determination.
Review Procedure If the Company denies part or all of the claim, the claimant shall have the opportunity for a full and fair review by the Company of the denial, as follows:
Claims Review The IRO shall conduct a review of LFAC’s claims submitted to and reimbursed by the Medicare and Medicaid programs, to determine whether the items and services furnished were medically necessary and appropriately documented (including that the records underlying the claims have not been duplicated or cloned), and whether the claims were correctly coded, submitted, and reimbursed for each three-month period during the term of this IA (Quarterly Claims Review) and shall prepare a Quarterly Claims Review Report, as outlined in Appendix B to this IA, which is incorporated by reference. The first three-month period for purposes of the Quarterly Claims Review requirement shall begin 30 days after the Effective Date. Each Quarterly Claims Review Report shall be submitted to OIG within 60 days following the end of the three-month period covered by the Quarterly Claims Review.
Review Meetings 1. The Parties to the Agreement shall meet at least once a year to review the implementation of the Programme.