Successes Sample Clauses

Successes. The recipients must submit the Annual Performance Report via no later than 120 days prior to the end of the budget period.
Successes. Share a success story that happened during the performance period. Pictures and video with permission to use publicly are optional but appreciated and may be used in state outreach materials to promote your success.
Successes. The evaluation indicates that the Agreement has successfully contributed to revitalizing, enhancing and promoting Aboriginal languages in the NWT while providing adequate official language programs and services for both Aboriginal and French languages, within the many identified constraints.
Successes. When evaluating the successes of the GLWQA, all participants were largely satisfied with the Agreement itself.
Successes. In-situ bioremediation of the groundwater was used to implement cleanup in order to meet Act 2 groundwater standards. The Air National Guard has completed seven consecutive quarters of groundwater monitoring. Anticipated completion of remedial action groundwater monitoring is scheduled for early 2006. Willow Grove ANG (Joint Reserve Base)  ST001 – UST Motor Pool Area (SCHEDULED): Remedial actions at this site consisted of extraction of Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) and removal of two 25,000-gallon underground storage tanks (USTs). See figure 3. It is adjacent to an NPL site, was remediated under Pennsylvania Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act (Act 32) and was resolved under the Cooperative Multi-Site Agreement in 2003. The installation’s Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) will ensure the effectiveness of the selected remedy through evaluation of the long-term monitoring (LTM) and provide opportunities for public involvement in the restoration program. [RESOLVED: 2003]  Figure 3 - Removal of two 25,000 gallon underground storage tanks JRB Willow Grove - Air Force Reserve Station Sites OT003, OT006, OT007, SD004, SS0002 and SS005 (DEFERRED): These are NPL sites covered under the Defense-State Memorandum of Agreement (DSMOA) Cooperative Agreement.
Successes. Through this project we created a golf adaptation form bilateral upper extremity amputee users that met many of our key design requirements. Our design is simple and easy to understand, it is easy to use and to take on and off of the club, and most importantly helps the user play golf independently, without the assistance of others. In addition, our designs are durable, function well by means of securing the club in place prior to and during impact with the golf ball, they are adjustable, and are also drastically cheaper to manufacture than any other product currently available on the market. According to Xxx Xxxxxx after his visit, “This is the best attempt I’ve seen at creating at creating an adaptive device for a bilateral amputee. . . You guys have almost done in a matter of months what took me 10 years to do.” Table 5: Comparison between Xxx Xxxxxx’x prosthetic golf arms and our two final designs based on critical criteria such as cost, weight, and time required to put on and take off the device. Taking the device on and off Cost of the device Does the device allow the user to be independent? Is the device simple to understand? Weight of the prosthetic Device Xxx Xxxxxx’x Prosthetic golf arms 5mins and 57secs $10,000.00 Yes No 2-5lbs Golf Cuffs 20secs $110.25 Yes Yes 0.748lbs Golf Sleeve 18secs $62.65 Yes Yes 0.380lbs Final Recommendations Xxx Xxxxxx made his final appearance on November 18th, 2011. Xxx drove from Longview, WA to San Luis Obispo, CA in order to help us complete our senior project. At this point in the design process we were able to create two working final designs, the golf sleeve and golf cuffs. After testing both designs Xxx provided us with numerous recommendations for the future ranging from functionality to material selection. The main concern for Xxx when he was swinging a golf club with our designs was holding on to the club for the duration of the swing. With Xxx’s current device the grip of a club is actually connected to his left prosthetic arm via a clamp. This acts as a safety net so the club doesn’t fly out of his grasp. While testing both of our final designs it was difficult for Xxx to hold on to the club the entire time. This limitation is due to the fact that when Xxx swings, his shoulders extend away from his body, forcing his hooks to open up. With no other channel for Xxx to be attached to the golf club it was easy for Xxx to lose control of the club. Not only is this detrimental for completing a golf swing, it cou...
Successes. The evaluation indicates that the Agreement has successfully contributed to revitalizing, enhancing and promoting Aboriginal languages in the NWT while providing adequate official language programs and services for both Aboriginal and French languages, within the many identified constraints. 35 Abley, 2003:229. The Agreement, for example, strengthened community capacity by engaging communities in the planning processes needed to develop multi-year activity plans. This new capacity and capability will not only benefit the minority languages but can be applied to a host of community endeavours in the future. Similarly the in-kind contributions given to some of the language projects – for example to Radio Taïga – may help xxxxxx a tradition of local responsibility and a sense of local ownership. This too may carry over to other endeavours in the future. Furthermore, the skills developed in order to meet the Agreement’s requirements or to implement Agreement-funded activities are of immeasurable benefit to not only the individuals being trained but to the communities in which they live. Most importantly, perhaps, there are now a wide range of worthwhile and well-supported community projects. The Xxxxxx dictionary project, the Innuinnaqtun Moms and Tots program, the Tuhangnarvik radio show, the introduction of traditional language to preschool children, the development of new resource materials including videos and CDs, the fun activities sponsored by Agreement-funded organizations, and the involvement of high school students in French language radio production, for instance, all benefited from the Agreement and may not exist if not for the Agreement’s funding. The evaluation found that the Agreement’s rationale remains as strong in 2004 as in 2000 and indeed even more so given the continuing pressure on minority languages in the NWT. The Agreement will remain relevant as long as English remains the language of work, of success and “of authority” in the NWT. Similarly the evaluation found that the community-based funding is being administered in an effective and efficient manner. It has proven to be reasonably flexible while meeting the accountability requirements. It has treated the different communities in an equitable manner, no small accomplishment given the level of need and the potential for competition rather than cooperation. Finally, the evaluation found that the Agreement is a reasonably effective tool for achieving the linguistic goals and objectives...
Successes. In one to two paragraphs, provide a narrative summary description of the project successes. Provide information on sites that are ready for reuse or have moved to redevelopment and planning or policy documents completed under the grant. For site specific successes, provide information on the former use of the site, number of acres, future reuse of the site, and why the site is a priority or catalyst site. Include site photos or schematic images of future reuse plans.

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  • Processes Any employer, employee, trade union or employer’s association may at any point in time apply for an exemption from any of the provisions of this Collective Agreement. The applicant is required to complete and submit in writing with the relevant office of the Council, a fully and properly completed prescribed application for exemption form, accompanied by all relevant supporting documentation.

  • Opportunities During his employment with the Company, and for one year thereafter, Executive shall not take any action which might divert from the Company any opportunity learned about by him during his employment with the Company (including without limitation during the Employment Term) which would be within the scope of any of the businesses then engaged in or planned to be engaged in by the Company.

  • Developing Educator Plan shall mean a plan developed by the Educator and the Evaluator for one school year or less for an Educator without Professional Teacher Status (PTS); or, at the discretion of an Evaluator, for an Educator with PTS in a new assignment.

  • Strategies The ESC will seek to achieve employment stability strategies as follows: - current and multi-year strategies should be developed within the resources available. Such strategies could include, but not necessarily be limited to, planning, retraining, identifying ways of determining employees= skills, training and experience previously achieved, early retirement, voluntary exit programs, alternative assignment, secondment, employee career counselling, job sharing, job trading, job shadowing, and professional development; - discussions between the parties which explore these possible strategies would assist in the development of appropriate enhancements to Employment Stability; - data which is relevant to employment stability shall be made available to both parties.

  • Marketing Awarded vendor agrees to allow TIPS to use their name and logo within website, marketing materials and advertisement subject to any reasonable restrictions provided to TIPS in the Proposal to the Solicitation. Any use of TIPS name and logo or any form of publicity, inclusive of press release, regarding this Agreement by awarded vendor must have prior approval from TIPS.

  • Data To permit evaluation of requests under paragraph (c) of this clause based on unreasonable cost, the Contractor shall include the following information and any applicable supporting data based on the survey of suppliers: Foreign (Nondesignated Country) and Domestic Construction Materials Cost Comparison Construction material description Unit of measure Quantity Cost (dollars) * Item 1: Foreign construction material Domestic construction material Item 2 Foreign construction material Domestic construction material [List name, address, telephone number, and contact for suppliers surveyed. Attach copy of response; if oral, attach summary.][Include other applicable supporting information.] [* Include all delivery costs to the construction site.] Alternate I (May 2014). As prescribed in 25.1102 (e), add the following definition of ``Bahrainian, Mexican, or Omani construction material'' to paragraph (a) of the basic clause, and substitute the following paragraphs (b)(1) and (b)(2) for paragraphs (b)(1) and (b)(2) of the basic clause: “Bahrainian, Mexican, or Omani construction material” means a construction material that—

  • Development 3.3 Within twenty (20) Working Days after the Commencement Date and in accordance with paragraphs 3.10 to 3.12 (Amendment and Revision), the Contractor will prepare and deliver to the Authority for approval the full and final Security Plan which will be based on the draft Security Plan set out in Appendix B.

  • Personnel Information Employee shall not divulge or discuss personnel information such as salaries, bonuses, commissions and benefits relating to Employee or other employees of Employer or any of its subsidiaries with any other person except the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of Employer.