State Agencies Sample Clauses

State Agencies. The State of New York is self-retained for its motor vehicle liability and Lease Providers must accept such coverage for any Lease with a State Agency. For the purposes of the coverage provided under this Paragraph, “State Agencies” includes all entities included in the definition of State Agencies provided in Contract Section 1.2 Definitions, and also includes the State University of New York. Contractor shall advise Lease Providers to verify coverage with the OGS Fleet Management office at the address below prior to the start of the Lease Term. The Self Retention program provides statutory liability, no-fault, and Uninsured Motorist coverage subject to the laws of NYS. Suits for bodily injury and property damage in excess of statutory limits, are brought in the NYS Court of Claims, which is supported by a multi-million dollar annual appropriation. Employees as defined in Public Officers Law Section 17 are generally entitled to defense and indemnification in suits arising out of acts or omissions that occur while they are acting within the scope of their employment. The OGS Fleet Management office administers the program on behalf of the State of New York. Inquiries should be directed to: Office of General Services, Fleet Management, W. Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx 00, Xxxxxx, Xxx Xxxx 00000, (000) 000-0000.
State Agencies. The Contractor is precluded from conducting credit evaluations for State Agencies. For the purposes of the coverage provided under this Paragraph, “State Agencies” includes all entities included in the definition of State Agencies provided in Contract Section 1.2 Definitions, and also includes the State University of New York.
State Agencies. Upon acceptance of Product or as otherwise provided by Contract, Contractor may invoice for payment. The required payment date shall be 30 calendar days (or 15 calendar days in the case of a qualifying small business), excluding legal holidays, from the receipt of a proper invoice, as determined in accordance with State Finance Law §179-f(2) and, as applicable, 2 NYCRR Part 18. The payment of interest on certain payments due and owed by Agency may be made in accordance with State Finance Law §§179-d et. seq. and the implementing regulations (2 XXXXX §00.0 et. seq.).
State Agencies. At the start of the Contract term, and upon renewal of the insurance policy, the OGS Bureau of Risk & Insurance Management shall issue a Certificate of Insurance that specifies the blanket physical damage coverage provided for all Rentals, other than vehicles, by Authorized Users that are State Agencies covered by the State’s self-retention policy. Such coverage shall be for physical damage only, with a one million ($1,000,000) limit per item, and a five million ($5,000,000) general aggregate for the year. A separate Certificate of Insurance shall be issued to the Contractor, prior to commencement of the Rental Period, by the OGS Bureau of Risk & Insurance Management for each Rental of Heavy Equipment that is a vehicle (i.e., has a license plate affixed to it and may be operated on a roadway). Such coverage shall be for physical damage only, and have a $400,000 limit per loss.
State Agencies. For purposes of this RFP, State Agencies, as defined in section 287.012(1), Florida Statutes.
State Agencies. State Agencies must use a form of Purchase Order approved by DAS PS. No language in a Purchase Order submitted by a State Agency, including DAS PS, shall vary, amend, modify, or add terms or conditions to the Participating Addendum. Operative provisions in Purchase Orders shall be limited to: designation of Purchasing Entity and its authorized representative; itemization of the Products and Services ordered under the terms of the Participating Addendum; delivery schedules in accordance with the terms of the Participating Addendum; and service location and invoicing address. State Agencies also may attach Statements of Work to the Purchase Order(s) describing Services to be provided by the Contractor pursuant to Section 1.3.
State Agencies. In addition to reporting complaints against PayPal directly to PayPal as described in section 14 above, you may report complaints to the Complaint Assistance Unit of the Division of Consumer Services of the California Department of Consumer Affairs by contacting them in writing at 000 X Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxxxxx 00000, or by telephone at (000) 000-0000. Florida residents may contact the Florida Department of Financial Services in writing at 000 Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399, or by telephone at 0-000-000-0000. If you are a California resident, you have a right to receive the same information in section 1.7 by email. To make such a request, send a letter to PayPal at the address listed in section 1.6, include your email address, and request the information provided in section 1.7.
State Agencies. The awarding of grants from the federal government is made directly to the individual state agencies responsible for the program’s administration. OSRAP is not made aware of new grants, which might fall under CMIA, until after the fiscal year is audited. Since a state agency will be the first to know if a new grant has been received, it is up to the agency to notify the State coordinator, in writing, within 30 days of a new grant being received which exceeds the State’s threshold. It will be up to OSRAP, with the agency’s assistance, to determine if the grant is a major federal assistance program and therefore should be included in the TSA.
State Agencies. Per 2 CFR 200.313(b), state agencies may manage and dispose of equipment acquired under this assistance agreement in accordance with state laws and procedures.