Simplification Sample Clauses

Simplification. 2.1 The Parties agree to co-operate and use all reasonable endeavours to implement Simplification in accordance with the terms set out in the Public Documents.
Simplification. The Amsterdam Treaty removed from the European Treaties all provisions that the passage of time had rendered void or obsolete, while ensuring that this did not affect the legal effects derived from them in the past. It also renumbered the Treaty articles. For legal and political reasons the Treaty was signed and submitted for ratification in the form of amendments to the existing Treaties.
Simplification provisions concerning Member States contributions which are drafted in detail in the Internal Agreement do not need to be repeated in the Financial Regulation. Provisions which mirrored some articles of the implementing Rules of the general Financial Regulation laid down in Regulation (EC, Euratom) 2342/2002 have been replaced by a reference to the concerned article(s) of that Regulation. Moreover, provisions which mirror some articles of the general Financial Regulation and need further clarification or implementing rules have been completed with a reference to the applicable articles of Regulation (EC, Euratom) 2342/2002. 2007/0154 (CNC) Proposal for a COUNCIL REGULATION on the Financial Regulation applicable to the 10th European Development Fund THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, Having regard to the Partnership Agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 20001 and revised in Luxembourg on 25 June 20052 (hereinafter the 'ACP-EC Agreement'), Having regard to Council Decision 2001/822/EC of 27 November 2001 on the association of the overseas countries and territories with the European Community (the 'Overseas Association Decision') 3, amended by Council Decision 2007/249/EC of 19 March 20074, and in particular the fourth paragraph of Article 23 thereof Having regard to Decision No 1/2006 of the ACP-EC Council of Ministers of 2 June 2006 specifying the multiannual financial framework for the period 2008 to 2013 and modifying the revised ACP-EC Agreement5, Having regard to the Internal Agreement between the Representatives of the Governments of the Member States, meeting within the Council, on the financing of Community aid under the multiannual financial framework for the period 2008 to 2013 in accordance with the ACP-EC Agreement and on the allocation of financial assistance for the Overseas Countries and Territories to which Part Four of the EC Treaty applies6 (hereinafter the 'Internal Agreement') and in particular Article 10 (2) thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission7, Having regard to the opinion of the Court of Auditors8, Having regard to the opinion of the European Investment Bank9, 1 OJ L 317, 15.12.2000, p. 3. 2 OJ L 287, 28.10.2005, p. 4. 3 OJ L 314, 30.11.2001, p. 1. 4 OJ L 109, 26.4.2007, p. 33. 5 OJ L 247, 9...
Simplification. 10. The Supplier, through the Growth Hub, must map business support provision across Cheshire and Warrington, gathering data and working with its partners to review and harmonise schemes. The focus must be on improving access, identifying under- performing schemes and recommending appropriate remedies including closure as appropriate, as well as promoting those schemes which are proven to be most effective. Integration
Simplification. 34(2) The three institutions confirm their commitment to use the legislative technique of recasting for the modification of existing legislation more frequently and in full respect of the provisions contained in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 28 November 2001 on a more structure use of the recasting technique for legal acts. Where recast is not appropriate, the Commission will submit a proposal according to the provisions of the Interinstitutional Agreement of 20 December 1994 on an accelerated working method for official codification of legislative texts as soon as possible after the adoption of a modifying act. If the Commission does not submit a proposal, it shall state the reasons for not doing so.
Simplification. Simplification is a central aim of Horizon 2020. It is to be reflected in its design, rules, financial management and implementation in order to attract a strong participation of universities, research centres, industry and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Simpler funding rules will reduce administrative costs for participants and decrease financial errors. A simplified funding model will be used for the reimbursement of activities. It will be based on a single reimbursement rate for eligible costs that will be applied to all activities within an action. The reimbursement would reach a maximum of 100 % of the total eligible costs of an action, with a ceiling of 70 % for those innovation actions closer to the market and for programme co-funded actions. Non-profit organisations will benefit a reimbursement of maximum 100% also in innovation actions. A flat rate of 25% of the total direct eligible costs will be reimbursed to cover indirect costs. Furthermore, the period between the deadline for the submission of project proposals and the conclusion of a grant agreement will be significantly shortened.

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  • Testing Procedure Limitations The Asset Representations Reviewer will only be required to perform the Tests, and will not be obligated to perform additional procedures on any Review Receivable or to provide any information other than a Review Report. However, the Asset Representations Reviewer may provide additional information in a Review Report about any Review Receivable that it determines in good faith to be material to the Asset Representations Review.

  • Implementation Arrangements A. Institutional Arrangements

  • Rights Protection Mechanisms and Abuse Mitigation ­‐ Registry Operator commits to implementing and performing the following protections for the TLD:

  • Implementation and Review The Parties shall consult annually, or as otherwise agreed, to review the implementation of this Chapter and consider other matters of mutual interest affecting trade in services. (10) 10 Such consultations will be addressed under Article 170 (Free Trade Commission) of Chapter 14 (Administration of the Agreement).

  • Mitigation and Corrective Action Business Associate shall mitigate, to the extent practicable, any harmful effect that is known to it of an impermissible use or disclosure of PHI, even if the impermissible use or disclosure does not constitute a Breach. Business Associate shall draft and carry out a plan of corrective action to address any incident of impermissible use or disclosure of PHI. If requested by Covered Entity, Business Associate shall make its mitigation and corrective action plans available to Covered Entity. Business Associate shall require a Subcontractor to agree to these same terms and conditions.

  • Procedures for Providing NP Through Full NXX Code Migration Where a Party has activated an entire NXX for a single Customer, or activated at least eighty percent (80%) of an NXX for a single Customer, with the remaining numbers in that NXX either reserved for future use by that Customer or otherwise unused, if such Customer chooses to receive Telephone Exchange Service from the other Party, the first Party shall cooperate with the second Party to have the entire NXX reassigned in the LERG (and associated industry databases, routing tables, etc.) to an End Office operated by the second Party. Such transfer will be accomplished with appropriate coordination between the Parties and subject to appropriate industry lead times for movements of NXXs from one switch to another. Neither Party shall charge the other in connection with this coordinated transfer.

  • Information Technology Enterprise Architecture Requirements If this Contract involves information technology-related products or services, the Contractor agrees that all such products or services are compatible with any of the technology standards found at xxxxx:// that are applicable, including the assistive technology standard. The State may terminate this Contract for default if the terms of this paragraph are breached.

  • Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Contractor understands that HHS does not tolerate any type of fraud, waste, or abuse. Violations of law, agency policies, or standards of ethical conduct will be investigated, and appropriate actions will be taken. Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 321.022, if the administrative head of a department or entity that is subject to audit by the state auditor has reasonable cause to believe that money received from the state by the department or entity or by a client or contractor of the department or entity may have been lost, misappropriated, or misused, or that other fraudulent or unlawful conduct has occurred in relation to the operation of the department or entity, the administrative head shall report the reason and basis for the belief to the Texas State Auditor’s Office (SAO). All employees or contractors who have reasonable cause to believe that fraud, waste, or abuse has occurred (including misconduct by any HHS employee, Grantee officer, agent, employee, or subcontractor that would constitute fraud, waste, or abuse) are required to immediately report the questioned activity to the Health and Human Services Commission's Office of Inspector General. Contractor agrees to comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and System Agency policies regarding fraud, waste, and abuse including, but not limited to, HHS Circular C-027. A report to the SAO must be made through one of the following avenues: ● SAO Toll Free Hotline: 1-800-TX-AUDIT ● SAO website: xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/ All reports made to the OIG must be made through one of the following avenues: ● OIG Toll Free Hotline 0-000-000-0000 ● OIG Website: ● Internal Affairs Email: XxxxxxxxXxxxxxxXxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx ● OIG Hotline Email: XXXXxxxxXxxxxxx@xxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx. ● OIG Mailing Address: Office of Inspector General Attn: Fraud Hotline MC 1300 P.O. Box 85200 Austin, Texas 78708-5200

  • Governance and Anticorruption 6. CRC shall comply with ADB’s Anticorruption Policy (1998, as amended to date). CRC acknowledges that ADB reserves the right to investigate directly, or through its agents, any alleged corrupt, fraudulent, collusive or coercive practices relating to the Project; and CRC undertakes to cooperate with any such investigation and to extend all necessary assistance for the satisfactory completion of such investigation.