Technical Specifications Sample Clauses

Technical Specifications. 1. A procuring entity shall not prepare, adopt or apply any technical specification or prescribe any conformity assessment procedure with the purpose or effect of creating an unnecessary obstacle to trade between the Parties.
Technical Specifications. 3.1 The purpose of the Technical Specifications (TS), is to define the technical characteristics of the Goods and Related Services required by the Procuring Entity. The Procuring Entity shall prepare the detailed TS consider that:
Technical Specifications. The Technical Specifications furnished on the CD are intended to establish the standards for quality, performance and technical requirements for all labor, workmanship, material, methods and equipment necessary to complete the Work. When specifications and drawings are provided or referenced by the County, these are to be considered part of the Scope of Work, and to be specifically documented in the Detailed Scope of Work. For convenience, the County supplied specifications, if any, and the Technical Specifications furnished on the CD.
Technical Specifications. Develop the technical plans and specifications for the abatement phases of the project for Owner’s review and approval. Meet with appropriate personnel to discuss the plans and specifications along with the abatement process.
Technical Specifications. 4.3.1 Cox and BA-RI shall work cooperatively to install and maintain a reliable network. Cox and BA-RI shall exchange appropriate information (i.e., maintenance contact numbers, network information, information required to comply with law enforcement and other security agencies of the Government and such other information as the Parties shall mutually agree) to achieve this desired reliability.
Technical Specifications. 1. Each Party shall ensure that its entities do not prepare, adopt or apply any technical specifications with a view to, or with the effect of, creating unnecessary obstacles to trade between the Parties.
Technical Specifications. 1. Technical specifications laying down the characteristics of the goods or services to be procured, such as quality, performance, safety and dimensions, symbols, terminology, packaging, marking and labeling, or the processes and methods for their production and requirements relating to conformity assessment procedures prescribed by procuring entities, shall not be prepared, adopted or applied with a view to, or with the effect of, creating unnecessary obstacles to trade between the Parties. 2. Any technical specifications prescribed by procuring entities shall, where appropriate: (a) be specified in terms of performance rather than design or descriptive characteristics; and (b) be based on international standards, where such exist; otherwise, on national technical regulations, recognized national standards, or building codes. 3. Each Party shall ensure that its procuring entities do not prescribe technical specifications that require or refer to a particular trademark or trade name, patent, copyright, design or type, specific origin or producer or supplier, unless there is no sufficiently precise or intelligible way of describing the procurement requirements and provided that, in such cases, words such as "or equivalent" are included in the tender documentation. 4. Each Party shall ensure that its procuring entities do not seek or accept, in a manner which would have the effect of precluding fair competition, advice which may be used in the preparation or adoption of any technical specifications for a specific procurement from a person that may have a commercial interest in the procurement. 5. For greater certainty, each Party, including its procuring entities, may, in accordance with this Article, prepare, adopt, or apply technical specifications to promote the conservation of natural resources or protect the environment.
Technical Specifications. 1. Technical specifications shall be set out in the notices, tender documents or additional documents.
Technical Specifications. A specification in a document defining the characteristics of a product or a service, such as the quality levels, the environmental and climate performance levels, the design for all needs, including accessibility for people with disabilities, and the evaluation of conformity, of product performance, of the use of the product, safety or dimensions, as well as requirements applicable to the product as regards the name by which it is sold, terminology, symbols, testing and test methods, packaging, marking or labelling, instructions for use, the production processes and methods at every stage in the life cycle of the supply or service, as well as the evaluation and conformity procedures;
Technical Specifications. 1. An entity shall not prepare, adopt, or apply any technical specification with the purpose or the effect of creating unnecessary obstacles to trade between the Parties.