THE GOAL Sample Clauses

THE GOAL. (a) The goal cage should be similar to the “Art Xxxxdesign. It should be 72 inches wide by 48 inches high by 24 inches deep. The sides and back are covered by netting of sufficient strength and texture so as to prevent the game ball from passing through the mesh. The frame is painted red. The goals are held in place with pins which extend up through the surface into the pipe openings of the goal posts.
THE GOAL. When Students return to school there will be adequate classroom supplies available. The youngest Students will have access to basic hygiene supplies and other items of comfort. Staff, Students and their families will have access to a selection of evidence-based resiliency programs as may be deemed appropriate by JCS. THE PLAN: SCUS shall provide funds to JCS to purchase back to school supplies for Students and to replenish classroom supplies. Further, SCUS shall provide Comfort Kits to JCS to distribute to Students in their elementary schools. Finally, SCUS shall offer programming such as Parent Prep and Prep Rally which JCS may use for back to school, parent night, and other district activities (See Appendix 2). SUPPLIES: SCUS will provide JCS $50,000 for the purchase of back to school classroom supplies. JCS will accept the funds and disburse them using generally accepted accounting procedures. JCS will determine which supplies are needed at which schools, and the manner in which the supplies will be purchased and distributed. JCS will report the disposition of the funds to SCUS according to the REPORTING TOOLKIT accompanying this MOA. (See Appendix 1).
THE GOAL. A. Under the EBO Plan, Owner agrees to exercise best efforts to achieve a minimum goal of at least 38% participation ("Goal") by M/FBEs measured by the total of all Modified Project Costs (as hereinafter defined). Although the Goal shall apply to the overall Project, Owner shall be expected to substantially meet the Goal throughout all Phases of the Project.

Related to THE GOAL

  • Performance Goal (a) Subject to the following sentence, the Performance Goal is set out in Appendix A hereto, which Appendix A is incorporated by reference herein and made a part hereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the provisions of Section 13 or any other provision of this Agreement to the contrary, the Committee reserves the right to unilaterally change or otherwise modify the Performance Goal in any manner whatsoever (including substituting a new Performance Goal). If the Committee exercises such discretionary authority to any extent, the Committee shall provide the Grantee with a new Appendix A in substitution for the Appendix A attached hereto, and such new Appendix A and the Performance Goal set out therein (rather than the Appendix A attached hereto and the Performance Goal set out therein) shall in all events apply for all purposes of this Agreement.

  • PERCENTAGE GOAL The goal for Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) participation in the work to be performed under this contract is 23.7 % of the contract amount.

  • Performance Goals A. The Trust and State Street have developed mutually acceptable performance goals dated March 1, 2011 , and as may be amended from time to time, regarding the manner in which they expect to deliver and receive the services under this Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “Service Level Agreement”). The parties agree that such Service Level Agreement reflects performance goals and any failure to perform in accordance with the provisions thereof shall not be considered a breach of contract that gives rise to contractual or other remedies. It is the intention of the parties that the sole remedy for failure to perform in accordance with the provisions of the Service Level Agreement, or any dispute relating to performance goals set forth in the Service Level Agreement, will be a meeting of the parties to resolve the failure pursuant to the consultation procedure described in Sections V. B. and V.C. below. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the parties hereby acknowledge that any party’s failure (or lack thereof) to meet the provisions of the Service Level Agreement, while not in and of itself a breach of contract giving rise to contractual or other remedies, may factor into the Trust’s reasonably determined belief regarding the standard of care exercised by State Street hereunder.

  • PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES 4.1 The Performance Plan (Annexure A) sets out-

  • Performance Criteria Subject to the Holder’s continuous employment through the Settlement Date and subject to Section 6 below, the Holder will earn a number of Units on the Settlement Date determined based on the achievement of annual goals related to earnings per share (the “Company Performance Measure”) and the relative total shareholder return (“Relative TSR”) during the period beginning on January 1, 2017 and ending on December 31, 2019 (the “Performance Cycle”), in each case, as determined by the Committee; provided, that the number of earned Units cannot exceed Holder’s target number of Units if the Company’s absolute total shareholder return (“Absolute TSR,” and together with Relative TSR, “TSR”) during the Performance Cycle is not positive, as determined by the Committee.

  • Performance Targets  There is an expectation that 30% of customers entering Training will move into Employment within 26 weeks of leaving Training.  For the purposes of assessing Provider performance Participants who leave the Programme within 6 weeks of starting Training will be excluded from the total of Participants entering Training.  There is an expectation that 50% of Participants who enter Employment within 26 weeks of leaving Training will remain in Employment for at least 13 weeks in the 26 weeks beginning on the first day of Employment.  Provider performance will be monitored against these expectations in line with Schedule 12 to the Contract and Providers will be required to produce performance improvement plans to improve performance where these targets are not being met.

  • Contract Goals A. For purposes of this procurement, OGS conducted a comprehensive search and determined that the Contract does not offer sufficient opportunities to set goals for participation by MWBEs as subcontractors, service providers, or suppliers to Contractor. Contractor is, however, encouraged to make every good faith effort to promote and assist the participation of MWBEs on this Contract for the provision of services and materials. The directory of New York State Certified MWBEs can be viewed at: xxxxx://xx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/FrontEnd/VendorSearchPublic.asp?TN=ny&XID=2528. Additionally, following Contract execution, Contractor is encouraged to contact the Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development ((000) 000-0000; (000) 000-0000; or (000) 000-0000) to discuss additional methods of maximizing participation by MWBEs on the Contract.

  • Goals Goals define availability, performance and other objectives of Service provisioning and delivery. Goals do not include remedies and failure to meet any Service Goal does not entitle Customer to a Service credit.

  • Performance Factors (a) Each party will notify the other party of the existence of a Performance Factor, as soon as reasonably possible after the party becomes aware of the Performance Factor. The Notice will:

  • Performance Metrics ADAPTEC. Subject to Section 3.4 and any other terms and conditions of this Agreement, Adaptec shall maintain sufficient resources to perform its obligations hereunder and under the Transition Service Schedules. Specific performance metrics for Adaptec for a specific Service may be set forth in the corresponding Transition Service Schedule. Where none is set forth, Adaptec shall use reasonable efforts to provide Services in accordance with the policies, procedures and practices in effect before the Separation Date relating to or in connection with the Roxio Business and shall exercise the same care and skill as it exercises in performing similar services for itself.