Second Deployment Group Sample Clauses

Second Deployment Group. The portion of the Purchase Price for the Products included in the second Deployment Group shall be Eight Hundred Ninety Thousand (US$ 890,000.00) dollars of the United States of America.

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  • Verizon Operations Support Systems Verizon systems for pre- ordering, ordering, provisioning, maintenance and repair, and billing.

  • Vlastnictví Zdravotnické zařízení si ponechá a bude uchovávat Zdravotní záznamy. Zdravotnické zařízení a Zkoušející převedou na Zadavatele veškerá svá práva, nároky a tituly, včetně práv duševního vlastnictví k Důvěrným informacím (ve smyslu níže uvedeném) a k jakýmkoli jiným Studijním datům a údajům.

  • Program Management 1.1.01 Implement and operate an Immunization Program as a Responsible Entity

  • Union Management Relations 4.1 All collective bargaining with respect to hours and general working conditions shall be conducted by authorized representatives of the Union and authorized representatives of the Employer.

  • Radiation Therapy/Chemotherapy Services This plan covers chemotherapy and radiation services. Respiratory Therapy This plan covers respiratory therapy services. When respiratory services are provided in your home, as part of a home care program, durable medical equipment, supplies, and oxygen are covered as a durable medical equipment service.

  • Synchronization, Commissioning and Commercial Operation 5.1.1 The SPD shall give the concerned RLDC/SLDC and SECI and also Buying Entity at least sixty (60) days’ advanced preliminary written notice and at least thirty (30) days’ advanced final written notice, of the date on which it intends to synchronize the Power Project to the Grid System.

  • Deployment The deployment team consists of field engineers and technicians and others who have experience dealing directly with local carriers, preparing sites, and installing equipment. Part of the team will be based at AVANTEL to coordinate activities and provide support for installers.

  • Care Management The Contractor’s protocol for referring members to care management shall be reviewed by OMPP and shall be based on identification through the health needs screening or when the claims history suggests need for intervention. In addition to population-based disease management educational materials and reminders, these members should receive more intensive services. Members with newly diagnosed conditions, increasing health services or emergency services utilization, evidence of pharmacy non-compliance for chronic conditions and identification of special health care needs should be strongly considered for case management. Care management services include direct consumer contacts in order to assist members with scheduling, location of specialists and specialty services, transportation needs, 24-Hour Nurse Line, general preventive (e.g. mammography) and disease specific reminders (e.g. Hgb A1C), pharmacy refill reminders, tobacco cessation and education regarding use of primary care and emergency services. The Contractor shall make every effort to contact members in care management telephonically. Materials should also be delivered through postal and electronic direct-to-consumer contacts, as well as web-based education materials inclusive of clinical practice guidelines. Materials shall be developed at the fifth grade reading level. All members with the conditions of interest shall receive materials no less than quarterly. The Contractor shall document the number of persons with conditions of interest, outbound telephone calls, telephone contacts, category of intervention, intervention delivered, mailings and website hits. Care management shall be coordinated with the Right Choices Program for members qualifying for the Right Choices Program. However, the Right Choices Program is not a replacement for care management.

  • New York State Statewide Financial System New York State Statewide Financial System (SFS) went live for NYS agencies in April 2012. Future SFS procurement functionality envisions the ability to fully host Contract catalogs, to integrate Contractor-hosted punch-out catalogs, and/or to submit and process invoices electronically. OGS reserves the right to integrate any or all of these future catalog functions with a Contractor during the contract period, and by submittal of a Vendor Submission, a Vendor agrees to coordinate with SFS, OGS and/or a third party host, for integration, if OGS exercises its right to do so. No costs or expenses associated with providing information and integration shall be charged to NYS. Technical Requirements for the data elements, such as data types, maximum field lengths, and cXML element names shall be provided by SFS, OGS and/or a third party host during integration. For more information on SFS, its use, and its capabilities please visit the SFS website here:

  • Management Grievance The Employer may initiate a grievance at Step 3 of the grievance procedure by the Employer or designate presenting the grievance to the President of the Union or designate.