TECHNIQUE Sample Clauses

TECHNIQUE. Actual and Adjusted Estimate Description: Administrative costs for all programs will be drawn at the same time as payroll. The draw will consist of an amount to fund the actual expenditures of the prior week and an amount to fund the estimated expenditures of the current/upcoming week based on year to date actual expenditures. The estimated draws will be adjusted for variances between the most recent estimate and actual expenditures each time a draw is made. Neither the state nor the Federal Government will incur an interest liability when this technique is properly applied.
TECHNIQUE. Post-Issuance Description: The State shall request funds such that they are deposited in a State account after the State issues checks, but before the checks clear. The request shall be made in accordance with the appropriate federal agency cut-off time specified in Exhibit I. The amount of the request shall be the amount of the disbursement. See Amendment #5
TECHNIQUE. Due to the fact that I was involved in a case where the first experiment with the CBA was done in the Netherlands, I decided to use this case study. I doubted to use the ethnographic case study as the right tool, since I am involved in the case as well. But this ethnographic case study focuses more on cultures and relations in the group, instead of the research questions I want to find an answer for. Despite I am using a case study, I am aware of my subjective role in the research. While in regular research the researcher describes a case from a distance, I was involved in this. Therefore there is something to say about the validity of my results, because I am not able to be complete objective. I tried to be as objective as possible, but my internship activities made me involve in the case. The way of gathering data in this case study is by taking full field notes of the public hearing, by taking full field notes of the face-to-face interviews and the interviews by phone with the stakeholders in the area. These interviews are later analyzed and distilled into schematic overviews and will be used. These interviews will be used to analyze the process, not to ask the stakeholders of their findings of the process. I did not choose to use a statistical test to analyze the results, because I am more interested in the process. These interviews, with the stakeholders (farmers, houseboat tenants, citizens and community organizations) serve the goal of finding out more of the process. It is not a satisfaction survey, in which I want to test the beliefs of the stakeholders, but I want to focus on the process. Benefits and drawbacks The main benefit of using this technique is its value. It gives the researcher an unique perspective for new appearances such as the CBA. The practical information gained by this method will give the researcher a great advantage in the research. Besides, it fits very well in explorative research. There are some drawbacks for this technique though. It is very subjective and sensitive for the views of the researcher. Especially, when the researcher will get involved too much in the case it will lose its scientific character. A second main drawback of this method is the It is unclear if it is possible to generalize the results. The researcher is making choices, which may be different from other researchers. Therefore it is hard to generalize results. Expert interviews To test my H2 I decided to use semi-structured interviews as the research m...
TECHNIQUE. Actual Clearance (ZBA) - Same Day Payment Description: The State shall request funds the same day it pays out funds in accordance with the appropriate federal agency cut-off time specified in Exhibit I. A federal agency will deposit funds in a State account the same day as requested. The amount of the request shall be for the amount of funds that clear the State's account that day.
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TECHNIQUE. When there is 1” or more of snow the Contractor shall plow and salt the entire Township Hall parking lot and the driveways in and out of the parking lot. Contractor shall leave no rounded corners or unplowed or unsalted areas. Contractor shall shovel and salt all sidewalks. The cemetery driveways shall be plowed and salted. Additional plowing for cemetery parking shall be required upon request. Approved methods, complying with all MIOSHA and other safety requirements shall be exercised by the Contractor who is expressly understood to be independent and not an employee of the Township. Failure to satisfactorily comply with the specifications agreed upon under this term shall constitute a material breach.
TECHNIQUE. Average Clearance Description: The State shall request funds such that they are deposited by ACH on the dollar- weighted average day of clearance for the disbursement. The request for funds shall be made in accordance with the appropriate federal agency cut-off specified in Exhibit I. The amount of the request shall be for the exact amount of that disbursement.
TECHNIQUE. Estimated Clearance Description: The State shall request funds such that they are deposited by ACH in a State account in accordance with the clearance pattern specified in Exhibit II. The request for funds shall be made in accordance with the appropriate federal agency cut-off time specified in Exhibit I.
TECHNIQUE. Actual At Fixed Intervals Description: The State shall request funds once a week, such that they are deposited on the following business day to fund the actual activity of the previous week. The request shall be made in accordance with the appropriate federal agency cut-off time specified in Exhibit I. The amount of the request shall be based on the amount of the actual cash outlays for direct administrative costs during the week.

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  • Description of Funding Techniques 6.2.1 The following are terms under which standard funding techniques shall be implemented for all transfers of funds to which the funding technique is applied in section 6.3.2 of this Agreement. Funding Technique Name Description Actual Clearance, ZBA - Same Day Payment The State shall request funds the same day it pays out funds, in accordance with the appropriate Federal agency cut-off time specified in Exhibit I. A Federal agency will deposit funds in a State account the same day as requested. The amount of the request shall be for the amount of funds that clear the State's account that day. This funding technique is interest neutral. Average Clearance The State shall request funds such that they are deposited by ACH on the dollar- weighted average day of clearance for the disbursement, in accordance with the clearance pattern specified in Exhibit II. The request shall be made in accordance with the appropriate Federal agency cut-off time specified in Exhibit I. The amount of the request shall be for the exact amount of that disbursement. This funding technique is interest neutral.

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