The European Commission Sample Clauses

The European Commission. (Commission) issuing a decision pursuant to Council Regulation (EC) 139/2004 (the EC Merger Regulation) that:
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The European Commission. Support The daily management of the Beneficiary’s or Coordinator’s activities remains his sole responsibility, but it is the Commission's aim to give advice and answer questions regarding the Grant Agreement. The name of the project officer responsible for the file is communicated to each Beneficiary/Coordinator upon signature of the Grant Agreement. All queries should be addressed to the functional mailbox indicated in the Grant Agreement, quoting the Grant Agreement number in the subject of the message. Besides the electronic version, all official correspondence, including the transmission of reports, must also be sent by standard or registered mail to: European Commission Directorate-General Justice and Consumers Directorate A Unit A4: Programme Management MO59 04/021 X-0000 Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx ! Note All correspondence, including transmission of reports, must bear the project reference number (number indicated in the Grant Agreement).
The European Commission. 1. The Commission shall promote the general interest of the Union and take appropriate initiatives to that end. It shall ensure the application of the Constitution, and measures adopted by the institutions pursuant to the Constitution. It shall oversee the application of Union law under the control of the Court of Justice of the European Union. It shall execute the budget and manage programmes. It shall exercise coordinating, executive and management functions, as laid down in the Constitution. With the exception of the common foreign and security policy, and other cases provided for in the Constitution, it shall ensure the Union's external representation. It shall initiate the Union's annual and multiannual programming with a view to achieving interinstitutional agreements.
The European Commission hereinafter referred to a EC.
The European Commission. The Parties shall co-operate fully in preparing particulars of this Agreement and notifying such particulars as soon as reasonably practicable after the date of this Agreement to the European Commission pursuant to Regulation 17/62/EEC and, without prejudice to the generality, each Party hereby agrees that Scottish Settlements shall have full power and authority on their behalf to prepare such particulars and/or make such notification for the purpose of obtaining such clearance and/or make such other form of assurance or comfort as it shall, in its sole discretion, consider appropriate. 15. Variation of this Agreement 15.1
The European Commission. The Commission's policy is that Members of the College and those directly responsible for advising them (Cabinet members, Directors-General and Heads of Service) must meet only interest representatives that feature on the Transparency Register. Information about such meetings is published proactively on the Europa website. The European Parliament Since the start of the negotiations in 2014, the European Parliament has taken a number of transparency measures. The European Parliament applies the conditionality principle to a number of activities that affect relations with interest representatives, such as access to its premises, speaking at public hearings held by parliamentary committees or participating in the work of intergroups or other unofficial grouping activities organised on the Parliament's premises. Under its Rules of Procedure, the Parliament urges Member of Parliament (MEPs) to systematically meet only registered interest representatives and to publish online all scheduled meetings with interest representatives falling under the scope of the Register. This recommendation to MEPs applies to all types of legislative and non-legislative activities, including own-initiative reports. The online publication of all scheduled meetings with interest representatives falling under the scope of the Transparency Register is an obligation for rapporteurs, shadow rapporteurs and committee chairs in respect of each report. The Council of the EU When joining the Interinstitutional Agreement (IIA), the Council will adopt a Council Decision on conditionality measures it will apply, including on access to its premises, participation in thematic briefings and meetings of interest representatives with the Secretary-General and Directors General of the General Secretariat of the Council. The Council has also confirmed the simultaneous adoption of a political declaration by a number of Member States on the application of the conditionality principle to their permanent representations when exercising the Presidency of the Council of the EU and the six months preceding it. This political declaration will be published on the Register's website at the same time as the Interinstitutional Agreement (IIA) and will be updated as necessary to ensure for the public scrutiny of any related developments. The last five EU Presidencies have already applied the rule of meeting only representatives listed on the Transparency Register and published details of these meetings on the webs...
The European Commission. 2. The following contracting authorities of the State BELGIUM (La version française fait foi) (A) L'État fédéral:
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