Steering Committee Sample Clauses

Steering Committee. The Project Manager shall set up a Steering Committee for the Project, consisting of representatives from the Department, the Contractor, and any other key organisations whom the project will impact on, to be agreed between the parties. The function of the Steering Committee shall be to review the scope and direction of the Project against its aims and objectives, monitor progress and efficiency, and assess, manage and review expected impact and use of the findings from the Project. The Committee shall meet at times and dates agreed by the parties, or in the absence of agreement, specified by the Department. The Contractor’s representatives on the Steering Committee shall report their views on the progress of the Project to the Steering Committee in writing if requested by the Department. The Contractor’s representatives on the Steering Committee shall attend all meetings of the Steering Committee unless otherwise agreed by the Department.
Steering Committee. Each Party shall name a mutually agreed upon equal number of representatives for the Steering Committee, which shall meet twice per calendar year, or as otherwise mutually agreed by the Parties. In the event that a Steering Committee dispute cannot be resolved, such dispute shall be escalated to a senior executive of each of Customer and Lonza. The primary function of the Steering Committee is to ensure the ongoing communication between the Parties and discuss and resolve any issues arising under this Agreement. In addition to the primary function described above, the Steering Committee shall also take on the following responsibilities:
Steering Committee. Within a reasonable period of time after the Effective Date, Orphan Medical and Celltech shall form a Steering Committee made up of commercial and technical employees from both companies that shall have certain decision-making authority, and provide oversight for the administration of this Agreement. Each party shall maintain two (2) members on the Steering Committee with other members added as needed. The parties shall each select one of its representatives to serve as a co-chairperson of the Steering Committee. The Steering Committee shall have the authority to conduct the following activities and such other activities as may be agreed to in writing by the parties: (a) review ongoing regulatory issues, (b) review the medical aspects of standards of care in the Territory, (c) review clinical developments across territories, (d) review marketing campaigns and new marketing plans, (e) review sales activities and results, (f) review aspects of Product manufacturing campaigns and Product forecasts, consignment and non-consignment inventory stocks and ordering, and (g) review the arrangement for distributing Product on a Named Patient Basis. In the event and to the extent that the Steering Committee is unable to come to a consensus on any matter relating to the development or manufacture of the Product or the Registration, packaging, labeling, promoting, marketing, sale or distribution of the Product outside the Territory, the views of the Orphan Medical Steering Committee members shall prevail. In the event and to the extent that the Steering Committee is unable to come to a consensus on any matter relating to the Registration, packaging, labeling, promoting, marketing, sale or distribution of the Product within the Territory, the views of the Celltech Steering Committee members shall prevail. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event a particular matter for which there is no consensus of the Steering Committee could, in the good faith judgment of the party who does not have the ultimate decision making authority as to such matter (as provided in the previous two sentences), materially affect the rights or obligations under this Agreement of such party, Orphan Medical and Celltech agree to use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to resolve the matter in a manner which will minimize the impact on such rights or obligations of such party. During each Contract Year, the parties shall hold at least four (4) regular meetings of the Steering Committee. Members of the...
Steering Committee. A TSA governance structure with functional service teams, Project Managers and an oversight steering committee shall be established as outlined in Exhibit B. Each party will designate two representatives to serve on a committee (the “TSA Steering Committee”), which will resolve matters brought before it by the Project Managers. One representative designated by each party shall serve as a co-chairman of the TSA Steering Committee. The initial TSA Steering Committee members of each party are listed in Exhibit B. The TSA Steering Committee shall meet monthly, or at such time as mutually agreed upon by the parties and at such place as mutually agreed upon by the parties.
Steering Committee. The parties will establish a Steering Committee consisting of KFHPWA President and Senior level staff along with SEIU Healthcare 1199NW President and Senior Union leadership to meet for the purpose of developing the joint work to be conducted by the Steering Committee. The first tasks of the Steering Committee will be to identify areas of mutual interest to the parties, determine what the goals and scope of the Steering Committee are, establish a decision making process, introduce reporting out of the committee’s work, set the meeting agendas and location, and determine what, if any, training is needed. The Steering Committee shall meet quarterly for one (1) year (or more often if mutually agreeable), discuss the progress of the group, and then decide if/how future work should be organized. The Steering Committee shall not engage in collective bargaining nor shall it supplant or duplicate contract negotiations. The parties may employ the services of a neutral consultant/facilitator.
Steering Committee. The Recipient, through the MOA, shall, not later than three (3) months after the Effective Date, establish and thereafter maintain throughout Project implementation, a national Steering Committee under terms of reference satisfactory to the Association and vested with responsibility for providing policy guidance and for overseeing Parts 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 2, 3.1(b), 3.2, 3.3 and 4(ii) of the Project. The Steering Committee shall be chaired by the Recipient’s Minister of Agriculture (or his/her designee) and its composition shall include representatives from the government, stakeholders, farmers, the private sector and civil society organizations. The Steering Committee shall meet at least twice each Fiscal Year to undertake, inter alia, the review and approval of the draft AWP&B and the approval of the annual report to be prepared by the Project Coordinator not later than October 31 each year to follow-up on, and assess the progress in, the carrying out of the precedent AWP&B.
Steering Committee. The Parties shall form a Steering Committee, to which each Party will appoint three (3) executive employees, including the Project Managers, all of whom shall be familiar with the Project. The Steering Committee shall have general oversight and review of the activities of the Project Team and shall resolve any issues referred to the Steering Committee by the Project Team. Each Party shall have the right to substitute its members of the Steering Committee as needed from time to time by giving written notice to the other Party due time in advance. The Steering Committee shall meet within [...***...] after receipt of a written request by one Party to the other Party. The request shall describe the matter in dispute and the solution which the requesting Party proposes to be decided. Each Party shall bear its own costs associated with meetings and communications of the Steering Committee. The Steering Committee will take action by unanimous consent of the Parties, with the representatives of BII collectively having a single vote and the representatives of XENCOR collectively having a single vote, or by a written resolution signed by all of the representatives. If the Steering Committee is unable to reach unanimous consent on a particular matter, then the matter will be referred to the chief executive officers of the Parties, who will use good faith efforts to resolve such matter, and the decision reached by mutual agreement of the chief executive officers of the Parties shall be final and binding on the Parties. If, (i) after good faith efforts, the chief executive officers of the Parties are unable to resolve such matter by mutual agreement, and (ii) such matter concerns the Product or the Process, but does not concern the BI Facility or the management of manufacturing slots, then the chief executive officer of XENCOR shall make the final decision about how to resolve such dispute, after good faith consideration of BII’s position, which decision shall be final and binding on the Parties; provided, however, that, in resolving such matter, XENCOR’s chief executive officer shall not have any authority to require BII or its Affiliated Companies to incur additional expenses or obligations not contemplated by this Agreement. In no event will the Steering Committee, or the executive officers of the Parties in resolving any Steering Committee matter, have any authority to amend or modify this Agreement; any such amendment or modification of this Agreement must be in a...
Steering Committee. The City steering committee understands and supports the cultural change necessary for the Project and fosters an appreciation of the Project’s value throughout the organization. Oversees the City Project Manager(s) and the Project and through participation in regular internal meetings, the City steering committee remains updated on all project progress, project decisions, and achievement of project milestones. The City steering committee also provides support to the City Project Manager(s) by communicating the importance of the Project to all impacted departments. The City steering committee is responsible for ensuring the Project has appropriate resources, provides strategic direction to the project team, for making timely decisions on critical project issues or policy decisions. The City steering committee also serves as primary level of issue resolution for the Project.
Steering Committee. In order to facilitate mutually beneficial contractual relationships with suppliers, VDOT has procedures for establishing a steering committee (“Steering Committee”), consisting of senior management personnel, including personnel involved in the contractual relationship, from VDOT and Supplier. Roles of the Steering Committee include but are not be limited to (a) identifying potential issues which may arise during the performance of a contract; (b) discussing and assigning roles and responsibilities; (c) establishing methods for quickly resolving potential disputes; (d) setting rules for communication and decision making; (e) monitoring and measuring the business relationship between the parties; and (f) acting as a final decision board for escalated problems. A meeting of the Steering Committee is intended to be a forum for brainstorming and sharing ideas, emphasizing respect, cooperation, and access, with the end goal of developing relationships to avoid conflict. A facilitator may, but is not required to, conduct a meeting of the Steering Committee. A Steering Committee for this Contract will be formed at VDOT’s option. Meetings may be held at any time during the Contract term, should VDOT, at its sole discretion, determine that a meeting(s) would be beneficial to the contractual relationship, and Supplier agrees to participate in any scheduled meeting(s). In addition, Supplier may at any time submit a written request to VDOT for a meeting of the Steering Committee, which VDOT will not unreasonably deny. Supplier will ensure the availability of the appropriate personnel to meet with the VDOT contract management team. Additional Steering Committee meetings involving representatives from VDOT, the Supplier, may be required prior to or during performance on any specific SOW issued pursuant to this Contract.
Steering Committee. The co-ordinating and governing body of this Voluntary Agreement, appointed in accordance with the principles set out in Section10.