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Rule. The greater amount of the actual cost of the transferred goods and services as determined in accord- ance with applicable Federal cost prin- ciples, or 75 percent of the best cus- tomer price of the transferred goods and services, shall be deemed to be al- lowable costs; provided, however, that in no event shall the aggregate of these allowable costs exceed 30 percent of the non-Federal share of the total cost of the joint research and development program.
Rule. 20 Pending a decision of the Meeting of the Parties upon their credentials, representatives shall be entitled to participate provisionally in the meeting.
Rule. 5 (Exercise of Options) of the Scheme (as amended from time to time) shall apply to the options granted to the Participant under this Agreement with the following modifications:
Rule. For eligibility there should be a clear analysis of the eligible and non-eligible energy use on the site to demonstrate whether the site meets the 70/30 rule. Where the eligible energy use is very high and well over 70%, the site may choose to demonstrate this by a calculation, preferably in a spreadsheet showing a list of the non-eligible equipment, the energy ratings (for example in kW), the relevant hours of operation and the level of utilisation (that is, how long each item of equipment is used during the hours of operation). All of this can be reasonably estimated. Alternatively the site may have used temporary meters to check actual eligible or non-eligible energy for a period. Where the eligible energy use is less than 70%, it must be sub-metered and recorded. This data must also be current as per the requirement to review the PP10/11 forms annually. CCA Governance The audit will look at the processes and procedures that companies have for managing their CCA data collection and reporting and checking the accuracy of the data before submission. What will the EA’s auditors be looking for and what questions may be asked during an audit? (cont’) Data Management and retention This will include the energy and throughput data for base year and each target period. The review of the data will include an examination of: • the energy units, calorific values and conversion factors used for each fuel or energy source; • meter information or records for each fuel or energy source in the baseline; • a clear audit trail to account for the figures reported in the register (via NAMB); • evidence of standards of accuracy; • evidence of calibration of meters (if necessary). The Environment Agency only hold data for the total target unit (i.e. a site or group of sites). Hence if a site chosen for audit is in a ‘bubble’ (i.e. a target unit with a number of sites), the auditor will expect to see evidence of how the data for the site fits into the overall target unit’s data. The auditor will expect to see primary evidence records of energy use such as supplier invoices or the site’s own meter/fuel gauge readings, and sample records from production systems. If a significant error is found in the energy or production data the auditor may raise an action for the operator to correct this through a variation. If the company has an energy management system or quality system accredited to a recognised standard, then it will be used as the starting point of the audit to recognise ...
Rule. If ------------------------------------------------------------ the Company receives written confirmation from NASDAQ that both the Common Stock and the Company's Class B common stock, par value $0.001 per share, are included for purposes of the Nasdaq 19.99% Rule (the "Nasdaq Confirmation"), then the Company shall provide to the Investor a letter or other written document containing the following representation: Under the Nasdaq 19.99% Rule, both the Common Stock and the Company's Class B common stock, par value $0.001 per share, are included when making a determination regarding the number of shares of common stock outstanding immediately prior to June 19, 2000, or at any other time a determination of the number of shares outstanding is made for purposes of the Nasdaq 19.99% Rule or determining the Exchange Cap (as defined in Section 12 of the Series B Certificate of Designations and in Section 11 of the Series D Certificate of Designations).
Rule. For purposes of clarity, upon termination of the Agreement, the Acquiring Fund will not be required to reduce its holdings of the respective Acquired Fund. Termination of this Agreement with respect to a particular Acquired Fund shall not terminate the Agreement as to other Acquired Funds that are parties hereto.
Rule. Except as stated in the next sentence, time spent at any time during a single service day by an eligible employee who is traveling on Postal Service business to one or more locations outside of the local commuting area and back to the home community is compensable. Also applicable to this settlement is Handbook F-15, Travel and Relocation, Chapter 7.d, Determining Daily Expenses, which states: " Mileage. When it is advantageous to the Postal Service, you may be authorized to depart directly from and return directly to your home. The Postal Service may reimburse you for any mileage that exceeds the distance between your home and your permanent duty station. If the mileage is less than that between your home and your permanent duty station, you may not claim a mileage reimbursement. You may claim out-of-pocket expenses such as tolls, parking, etc." Accordingly, the parties agree that any case currently being held in abeyance pending this national dispute will be withdrawn at the step where it is being held. Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxx Manager, Contract Administration (APWU) United States Postal Service q- 0-13 Mich el M rns Director, Industrial Relations American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO
Rule. The Company agrees that if a job is performed more than 50% of the time by an employee, it will be post and fill this job in respect of Article 15.
Rule. Under the no action alternative, no 4(d) special rule would be promulgated for polar bear conservation under the ESA. Thus, all prohibitions and protections for threatened wildlife stipulated under 50 CFR 17.31 and 17.32, which incorporate in large part the provisions of § 17.21would apply to the polar bear due to its ‘‘threatened’’ ESA listing status.