Services Purchased Sample Clauses

Services Purchased. 1. Covered Services are purchased to ensure a continuum of care in accordance with the CPSA Summary of Benefits. Covered services are defined by service codes in the CPSA Service Authorization Matrix.
Services Purchased. (REFER TO COVERED SERVICES) Covered services, as described in the contract and defined by service codes are funded by HB 2003 and are limited by HB 2003 funds allocated to the Contractor. Final Jun 6-01 Effective 7-01-01 Page 115 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [LOGO] Community Partnership FEE FOR SERVICE and RISK-BASED of Southern Arizona SUBCONTRACT AGREEMENT Regional Behavioral CHILDREN SERVICES Health Authority The Providence Service Corporation ------------------------------------------------- CONTRACT NUMBER: A0108 FY 01/02 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Services Purchased. Contractor shall provide to City the services, as specified in the Schedules agreed to by the parties and attached to the Agency Contract. General description of the services: LEGAL BOND COUNSEL
Services Purchased. 2.1 The Service Provider will provide the Services for a total of Client beds which equals annualized Client bed days based on an occupancy rate of 100%.
Services Purchased. 1. The Contractor shall provide a full continuum of behavioral health services to RBHA enrolled Title XIX or Non-Title XIX children at one or more of the following: . Children's Home; . Home of xxxxxx parent; . Home of natural parent; and/or . Home of relative or any other Native American family found appropriate to provide care.
Services Purchased. By executing this License Schedule, Client agrees to purchase the services listed below: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATES AND SS-SM Includes web-based electronic 18% of list 1 $56,700 WEB-BASED technical support and all product price SUPPORT Updates for one year from date of delivery of Software and Documentation. PHONE SUPPORT SS-TS-1 Allows one named user telephone- $6,000 1 $6,000 based support for the licenses purchased under this Schedule, Monday through Friday, 10 hours per day. Requires SS-SM to be purchased as well. TRAINING SS-SD-CLASS Basic Site Development - per person - $1,800 2 $3,600 3 days CONSULTING "Quick Start" preliminary consulting $10,000 1 $10,000 SERVICES and mentoring services by one Consultant - per 5 day week, plus + Travel and Expenses ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MAINTENANCE AND OTHER FEES DUE UNDER THIS SCHEDULE $ 76,300 --------- Annual Maintenance fees are equal to 18% of the then-current list price for all licenses listed above. TOTAL FEES DUE UNDER THIS SCHEDULE $391,300 ---------
Services Purchased. The CS will purchase Basic Services from HVED. Service time provided to this CS will be approximately equivalent to the 2018-2019 CS Pupil Units (PUNs), as reported by the Minnesota Department of Education.
Services Purchased. The Contractor shall provide for the design of the partial renovation of the Department of Aging and Community Living (DACL) Floors1-3 at 000 X Xxxxxx XX as described in Attachment 1, Scope of Work and Exhibits 1 -5 to the Scope.

Related to Services Purchased

  • Purchased Services During the term of this Collective Agreement, no regular employee will be declared surplus in his/her position as a result of the use of purchased services to perform the work normally performed by that employee.

  • Subscription Services We grant You a right to use the Genesys Cloud Service in accordance with this Agreement and the applicable product descriptions found in the Services Order.

  • Services to be Performed Subject always to the supervision of Fund's Board of Trustees and the Manager, Sub-Adviser will furnish an investment program in respect of, make investment decisions for, and place all orders for the purchase and sale of securities for the portion of the Fund's investment portfolio allocated by Manager to Sub-Adviser, all on behalf of the Fund and as described in the investment policy section of the Fund's initial registration statement on Form N-2 as declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission, as such policies described therein may subsequently be changed by the Fund's Board of Trustees and publicly described. In the performance of its duties, Sub-Adviser will satisfy its fiduciary duties to the Fund, will monitor the Fund's investments in securities selected for the Fund by the Sub-Adviser hereunder, and will comply with the provisions of the Fund's Declaration of Trust and By-laws, as amended from time to time, and the stated investment objectives, policies and restrictions of the Fund. Manager will provide Sub-Adviser with current copies of the Fund's Declaration of Trust, By-laws, prospectus and any amendments thereto, and any objectives, policies or limitations not appearing therein as they may be relevant to Sub-Adviser's performance under this Agreement. Sub-Adviser and Manager will each make its officers and employees available to the other from time to time at reasonable times to review investment policies of the Fund and to consult with each other regarding the investment affairs of the Fund. Sub-Adviser will report to the Board of Trustees and to Manager with respect to the implementation of such program. The Sub-Adviser will vote all proxies solicited by or with respect to the issuers of securities which assets of the Fund's investment portfolio allocated by Manager to Sub-Adviser are invested, consistent with its proxy voting guidelines and based upon the best interests of the Fund. The Sub-Adviser will maintain appropriate records detailing its voting of proxies on behalf of the Fund and upon reasonable request will provide a report setting forth the proposals voted on and how the Fund's shares were voted, including the name of the corresponding issuers. Sub-Adviser is authorized to select the brokers or dealers that will execute the purchases and sales of portfolio securities for the Fund, and is directed to use its commercially reasonable efforts to obtain best execution, which includes most favorable net results and execution of the Fund's orders, taking into account all appropriate factors, including price, dealer spread or commission, size and difficulty of the transaction and research or other services provided. It is understood that the Sub-Adviser will not be deemed to have acted unlawfully, or to have breached a fiduciary duty to the Fund, or be in breach of any obligation owing to the Fund under this Agreement, or otherwise, solely by reason of its having caused the Fund to pay a member of a securities exchange, a broker or a dealer a commission for effecting a securities transaction for the Fund in excess of the amount of commission another member of an exchange, broker or dealer would have charged if the Sub-Adviser determined in good faith that the commission paid was reasonable in relation to the brokerage or research services provided by such member, broker or dealer, viewed in terms of that particular transaction or the Sub-Adviser's overall responsibilities with respect to its accounts, including the Fund, as to which it exercises investment discretion. In addition, if in the judgment of the Sub-Adviser, the Fund would be benefited by supplemental services, the Sub-Adviser is authorized to pay spreads or commissions to brokers or dealers furnishing such services in excess of spreads or commissions that another broker or dealer may charge for the same transaction, provided that the Sub-Adviser determined in good faith that the commission or spread paid was reasonable in relation to the services provided. The Sub-Adviser will properly communicate to the officers and trustees of the Fund such information relating to transactions for the Fund as they may reasonably request. In no instance will portfolio securities be purchased from or sold to the Manager, Sub-Adviser or any affiliated person of either the Fund, Manager, or Sub-Adviser, except as may be permitted under the 1940 Act; Sub-Adviser further agrees that it:

  • Services Provided Subcontractor agrees to complete the following: ____________ ___________________________________________________________ (“Services”).

  • The Services 3.1.1 The Supplier shall supply the Services and provide all Deliverables to the Authority during the Contract Period in accordance with the Authority’s requirements as set out in the Contract in consideration for the payment of the Contract Price. The Authority may inspect and examine the manner in which the Supplier supplies the Services at the Premises during normal business hours on reasonable notice.

  • Acquisition Services (i) Serve as the Company’s investment and financial advisor and provide relevant market research and economic and statistical data in connection with the Company’s assets and investment objectives and policies;

  • SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED Landlord shall furnish to Tenant, except as noted below, the following utilities and other services to the extent reasonably necessary for Tenant’s use of the Leased Premises for the Permitted Use, or as may be required by law or directed by governmental authority:

  • Transition Services The Purchasers will provide to the Sellers termination assistance as reasonably requested in order to provide an orderly transition following the termination of the Agreement (or any portion thereof), and the Sellers will provide to the Purchasers reasonable cooperation and assistance in connection therewith. In connection with this transition assistance, the Purchasers and Sellers will reasonably cooperate in the transition of the Services from the Purchasers to any Replacement Provider. With respect to the Serviced Appointments subject to termination, the Sellers shall provide the Purchasers with notice of the effective date (each, a “Transition Effective Date”) of the transition of the Services to a Replacement Provider. Notwithstanding any termination of the Agreement (or any portion thereof) in accordance with this Article II, with respect to the Serviced Appointments subject to termination, the rights and obligations of the parties under the Servicing Agreement shall remain in effect until the applicable Transition Effective Date.

  • SERVICES TO BE RENDERED The Company hereby agrees to employ the Executive as Executive Vice President - Chief Operating Officer, Florida Division, to serve at its headquarters office located in the Naples, Florida area, subject to the terms, conditions and provisions of this Agreement. The Executive hereby accepts such employment and agrees to serve without additional compensation, if elected, in any other senior executive position of the Company reasonably requested of him and as an officer and/or director of any subsidiary of the Company in accordance with Section 7 hereof. The Executive shall devote his full-time best efforts to such employment and shall apply substantially that degree of skill and diligence in rendering services to the Company and its subsidiaries under this Agreement as would be applied by a person of ordinary prudence and comparable experience under similar circumstances. In connection therewith, the Executive shall report to and be subject to the direction of the Chairman and CEO, President and COO and the Board of Directors. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Executive may devote a reasonable amount of his time to his personal investments and business affairs (including service as a director of unaffiliated companies) and to civic and charitable activities; provided, however, the Executive shall not accept any position as a director of any unaffiliated for-profit business organization without advance approval of the Company's Board of Directors (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld).

  • Offering Services The Manager shall manage and supervise: