Templates. The Applicant shall use Templates provided by Alberta Innovates to comply with its Required Reporting Metrics, Reports obligations, and with the Survey requirements. Because the Reports may contain technical or proprietary information about the Project or the Applicant, the Templates will specify when a section will be considered non-confidential. The content of sections that are marked as non-confidential can be disclosed in the public domain. All other sections will be considered confidential, and thus can only be disclosed to the Government of Alberta and to Funding Partners, if any, in confidence, but to no other party.
Templates. Template 1 - Provider Tangible Property Inventory Form Template 2 - Managing Entity Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant Reporting Template Overview and Instructions Template 3 - Narrative Report for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant Template 4 - Managing Entity Annual Business Operations Plan Template 5 - ALF-LMH Forms Template 6 - BNet Participant Forms Template 7 - BNet Alternative Service Forms Template 8 – Deleted, effective 11/29/2016 Template 9 - Local Match Calculation Form Template 10 - Managing Entity Monthly Fixed Payment Invoice Template 11 - Managing Entity Monthly Progress Report Template 12 - Managing Entity Monthly Expenditure Report Template 13 - Managing Entity Monthly Carry Forward Expenditure Report Template 14 - Cost Allocation Plan Template 15 - Managing Entity Spending Plan for Carry Forward Report Template 16 - Women’s Special Funding Reporting Template Template 17 - FIT Reporting Template Template 18 - Transitional Voucher Quarterly Report
Templates. A set of templates have been produced in order to maintain a homogeneous look of the materials produced in the project. In particular, • Template for reports: In order to create a corporate identity, WP7 developed a deliverable template which has to be used by the authors of the deliverables • PowerPoint template: A PowerPoint template is provided to be used by all partners of the consortium for all project related presentations • Templates for meeting agenda and meeting minutes: Templates for meeting agenda and meeting minutes have also been created to be used for all Consortium meetings. All templates are available on the reserved area in the project website.
Templates. You agree to only use Better Togethers’ approved branded templates for promotion of the event. If you would like to use other marketing materials, they must be approved by your Better Jobs project manager prior to being used. Once submitted, our team will approve or deny within 2 business days. You agree to not host Job Fairs or similar employment empowerment events using Better Togethers’ kit, training, or materials, without informing Better Together and including its approved logo as a partner.
Templates. SCAG standard layout and design templates must be used to maintain a consistent look and feel of the website.
Templates. Users are allowed to use and customize the Templates. DataSelf Templates and their components that become part of customized templates continue to be owned by DataSelf.
Templates boxes and moulds shall be accurately set out rigidly constructed so as to remain accurate during the tin they are in use.
Templates. We make use of the LFG mechanism of templates (Xxxxxxxxx et al. 2004, Asudeh et al. 2008, 2013) to encode bundles of grammatical descriptions that get expressed in the language. The templates involved in our analysis can be divided into five groups: those encoding general constraints, those encoding the prominence hierarchy (person/gender), those encoding obviation and number, those encoding verb classes, and those encoding the mapping between gram- matical function and argument structure (direction, argument suppression). For space reasons, we must omit more in-depth discussion and exemplification of the phenomena mentioned here; see Xxxxxxx et al. (2020) for further details. The first set of templates define constraints that determine the distribution of animacy, person, and alignment across grammatical functions and contexts. The first two constraints hold in all contexts. The first constraint, which we call the Transitive Subject Constraint, ensures that the subject of a clause with an object (either OBJ or OBJθ , i.e. PLUSO, as per Findlay 2016) must be animate; inanimate subjects are possible only in intransitive clauses (Xxxxxx 1990, 2010, Valentine 2001):