Scope of Activities Sample Clauses

Scope of Activities. No QStP or Problem Solving Team will have authority to discuss change, modify or infringe upon issues which are related to wages, hours and terms and conditions of employment. Whenever a matter covered by a collective bargaining agreement is raised in a QStP Quality Improvement Process Team (QIP) or Problem Solving Process Team (PSP), the matter shall be suspended until the members of the Statewide Steering Committee have expressly agreed to continued involvement in the matter by the QIP or PSP Team. The following represent general examples of items or issues which may or may not be worked on by QStP teams: Off Limit Activities Acceptable Activities‌Salaries Agency Quality Service or Agency ProductGrievances Work Environment SafetyUnion Contract InterpretationsReductions In PaperworkBenefits Savings In Time, Effort or the Handling of MaterialsWorking Conditions Improvement In Process, Methods or Systems Working Hours Improvement In Facilities, Tools or Equipment Classification Elimination of Waste of Materials And Supplies Discipline Reductions in Hazards to People or Property Whenever there is discussion over off limit activities as stated above, or other matters which are normally reserved to the collective bargaining process, no final decision or action shall be taken except through the grievance or collective bargaining process as agreed to by the parties.
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Scope of Activities. Transmission planning activities will be coordinated in accordance with the Amended and Restated Northeast ISO/RTO Planning Coordination Protocol (“Protocol”), between and among PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., the New York Independent System Operator, Inc. and ISO New England Inc., effective as of December 12, 2004 as amended on July 10, 2013.
Scope of Activities. The parties shall perform the following activities as applicable to each in connection with the Program:
Scope of Activities. No QStP or Problem Solving Team will have authority to discuss, change, modify or infringe upon issues which are related to wages, hours and terms and conditions of employment. Whenever a matter covered by a collective bargaining agreement is raised in a QStP Quality Improvement Process Team (QIP) or Problem Solving Process Team (PSP), the matter shall be suspended until the members of the Statewide Steering Committee have expressly agreed to continued involvement by the QIP or PSP Team. The following represent general examples of items or issues which may or may not be worked on by QStP teams: Off Limit ActivitiesAcceptable ActivitiesSalariesAgency Quality Service or AgencyProductGrievancesWork Environment SafetyUnion Contract InterpretationsReduction in PaperworkBenefitsSavings in Time, Effort or the Handling ofMaterialsState Policy and Working ConditionsImprovement in Process, Methods orSystemsClassificationImprovement in Facilities, Tools orEquipmentDisciplineElimination of Waste of Materials andSuppliesWorking HoursReductions in Hazards to People orProperty Whenever there is discussion over off-limit activities as stated above, or other matters which are normally reserved to the collective bargaining process, no final decision or action shall be taken except through the grievance or collective bargaining process as agreed to by the parties. Instructions: The guidelines must be carefully administered. The Agency QStP Coordinator may require some assistance from Agency Labor Relations Officers in the application of these guidelines.The Governor will appoint the management representatives of the Joint State Steering Committee on QStP. Each Agency must have a Joint Agency Steering Committee, the formulation of which is established by the Joint State Steering Committee. The Union will determine which union representatives will be on both the State and Agency Committees. Management must designate its own representatives.It is the responsibility of each Agency's Steering Committee to develop plans and activities to meet the needs and mission of the particular agencies. Agency Steering Committees have the discretion, within their Steering Committee Guidelines, to establish QIP or PSP work teams.Any employee, bargaining unit or exempt, may request that a QStP work group or the Agency Steering Committee discuss a topic or issue. That request should be made to a member of the Agency Steering Committee or designated work group. The Agency Steering Committee or wo...
Scope of Activities. The Parties will undertake the activities listed in Appendix A. The Parties acknowledge that their respective obligations to undertake the activities listed in Appendix A serve as good and valuable consideration for this Agreement.
Scope of Activities. As stated in the Housing Economic Recovery Act of 2008, NSP Program funds must be obligated by September 19, 2010 and expended by March 19, 2013. The Grantee will engage in activities approved for the Grantee’s Program until the total amount of NSP funds are committed and expended (the “Program”). The major components of the Program include the following work for the _ (County/ City):  ; ; ; and administration of this Contract in compliance with the Project Management Plan approved by the Department and as may be amended from time to time by mutual agreement of the Parties.
Scope of Activities. For the purposes of this Section 10.2, “prosecution and maintenance” shall mean, with respect to a patent, the preparing, filing, prosecuting and maintenance of such patent, as well as re-examinations, reissues and requests for patent term extensions and the like with respect to such patent, together with the conduct of interferences, the defense of oppositions and other similar proceedings with respect to a patent. Also, as used in this Section 10.2, to “abandon” particular Patent Rights shall include deciding not to defend against an opposition, not to defend an interference or similar proceeding, not to pursue an appeal of an adverse decision or not to pursue particular claims, in each case with respect to such Patent Rights in the United States Patent & Trademark Office or a corresponding patent examining authority in another country.
Scope of Activities. For the purposes of this Section 11.2, “Prosecution and Maintenance” (including variations such as “Prosecute and Maintain”) shall mean, with respect to a Patent, the preparing, filing, prosecuting and maintenance of such Patent, as well as continuations, divisionals, continuations-in-part, re-examinations, reissues and requests for Patent term extensions and the like with respect to such Patent, together with the conduct of interferences, the defense of oppositions and other similar proceedings with respect to a Patent. Notwithstanding Sections 11.2(a) and (b) above, BioMarin CF shall not have the right to conduct or control the Prosecution and Maintenance of La Jolla Patents if such Patents (or the claims thereof) are not directed or related to the Compound, a Product and/or in each case the manufacture or use thereof.
Scope of Activities. The Parties acknowledge that the development and regulatory activities contemplated by this Section 2.1 are intended to be conducted only in the Development Exclusivity Field […***…].
Scope of Activities. The activities of Becton, Nanogen and their respective Affiliates pursuant to the Manufacturing and Supply Agreements described in this Section 2.3 shall be undertaken exclusively within the Field.