Subproviders and Suppliers List Sample Clauses

Subproviders and Suppliers List. Pursuant to requirements of 43 Texas Administrative Code §9.350 et seq., the Engineer must provide the State a list (Exhibit H-5/DBE or Exhibit H-6/HUB) of all Subproviders and suppliers that submitted quotes or proposals for subcontracts. This list shall include subproviders and suppliers names, addresses, telephone numbers, and type of work desired.
Subproviders and Suppliers List. The Surveyor must provide the State a list, compiled on Exhibit H-5/DBE or Exhibit H-6/HUB, of all subproviders and suppliers that submitted quotes or proposals for subcontracts. This list shall include subproviders' and suppliers' names, addresses, and telephone numbers.
Subproviders and Suppliers List. The Surveyor must provide the State a list, compiled on Exhibit H-5/DBE or Exhibit H-6/HUB, of all subproviders and suppliers that submitted quotes or proposals for DocuSign Envelope ID: 1FDB1C48-24B1-4C40-8A33-17263E465FE2
Subproviders and Suppliers List. The Technical Expert must provide the State a list, of all subproviders and suppliers that submitted quotes or proposals for subcontracts. This list shall include subproviders' and suppliers' names, addresses, and telephone numbers.

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  • Customers and Suppliers (a) Section 3.15(a) of the Disclosure Schedules sets forth (i) each customer who has paid aggregate consideration to the Company for goods or services rendered in an amount greater than or equal to $25,000 for each of the two most recent fiscal years (collectively, the “Material Customers”); and (ii) the amount of consideration paid by each Material Customer during such periods. The Company has not received any notice, and has no reason to believe, that any of its Material Customers has ceased, or intends to cease after the Closing, to use its goods or services or to otherwise terminate or materially reduce its relationship with the Company.

  • SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS The Commissioner reserves the right to reject any proposed Subcontractor or supplier for bona fide business reasons, including, but not limited to: the company failed to solicit New York State certified minority- and women-owned business enterprises as required in prior OGS Contracts; the fact that such Subcontractor or supplier is on the New York State Department of Labor’s list of companies with which New York State cannot do business; the Commissioner’s determination that the company is not qualified or is not responsible; or the fact that the company has previously provided unsatisfactory work or services.

  • Use of Subcontractors (a) [Reserved].