Scope of Work Sample Clauses

Scope of Work. The Contractor has overall responsibility for and shall provide and furnish all materials, equipment, tools and labor as necessary or reasonably inferable to complete the Work, or any phase of the Work, in accordance with the Owner’s requirements and the terms of the Contract Documents.
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Scope of Work. For the 2022/2023 Grant Period, the Provider will maintain a victim services program that will be available to provide direct services to victims of crime who are identified by the Provider or are presented to the Provider, as specified in the Provider’s 2022/2023 Grant Application as approved by the OAG and incorporated herein by reference.
Scope of Work. The Scope of Work for all construction pursuant to this CSA shall be as set forth in the attached Schedule I, provided, however, that the scope of work is subject to change in accordance with Transmission Provider’s scope change process for interconnection projects as set forth in the PJM Manuals.
Scope of Work. The scope of work is amended as follows:
Scope of Work. No adjustments made to the Scope of Work will be authorized without prior written approval of the County assigned Deputy Purchasing Agent.
Scope of Work. In consideration of the payment by CITY to FIRST PARTY, as hereinafter provided, FIRST PARTY agrees to perform all the services as set forth in Exhibit "A," Scope of Services.
Scope of Work. 1.1 Contractor will perform the scope of the work (Work) in Exhibit A, Scope of Work, to the satisfaction of University and in accordance with the schedule (Schedule) for Work in Exhibit B, Schedule. Time is of the essence in connection with this Agreement. University will have no obligation to accept late performance or waive timely performance by Contractor.
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Scope of Work. The scope of work is amended as follows: EXAMPLE: Section ## is amended by the addition of the following requirements [OR] Section ## is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced as set forth below:
Scope of Work. A. The Contractor shall provide the services required to develop each Purchase Order in accordance with the procedures for developing Purchase Orders set forth in the IQCC Standard Terms and Conditions and the Contract Documents.
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall, in full satisfaction of the specific requirements of this SOW Agreement, provide the services set forth herein. These services shall be provided in accordance with the Master Agreement and this SOW Agreement. Additional Attachments and/or Assurances Applicable to this Work: List clauses here and/or cross reference to the attachments included with this SOW, consistent with the items noticed in the SOW RFP section “Additional ttachments/Assurances”. Otherwise, remove this section if not applicable. In Scope: XXXXXXXXXX Deliverables and Services Produced XXXXXXXXXXX Phases (Remove or add if not needed) Approach (modify as needed) Contractor shall provide a project manager to work as the primary point of contact with the State. As a part of its project management duties, the Contractor Project Manager will attend an agreed upon number of informational and status meetings and, when appropriate, call and lead such meetings. Such meetings may include the Project Management Team, the Contract Administrator, other consultants, elected officials, and other stakeholders as designated by the State. The Contractor Project Manager shall work directly with the State Project Manager to define, manage, and control the project scope, timeline, issue escalation and resolution processes. Contractor shall deliver written status reports on a weekly basis. Status information shall include, at a minimum: all planned tasks accomplished, planned tasks that are incomplete, or behind schedule in the previous week (with reasons given for those behind schedule); all tasks planned for the upcoming two weeks; an updated status of tasks (entered into the project plan and attached to the status report – e.g., percent completed, resources assigned to tasks, etc.); and the status of any corrective actions undertaken. The report will also contain items such as the current status of the project’s technical progress and contractual obligations; achievements to date; risk management activities; unresolved issues; requirements to resolve unresolved issues; action items; problems; installation and maintenance results; and significant changes to Contractor’s organization or method of operation, to the project management team, or to the deliverable schedule, where applicable. In addition, Contractor will create and routinely update the project plan, if any, to reflect changes in the nature and timing of project activities, all changes being subject to the State Project Manager’...
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