THE OPPORTUNITY. While working with the IT manager, in the last few months we have had the opportunity to assist in developing a roadmap in alignment with the City of Menlo Park’s IT Master Plan. These projects range from infrastructure upgrades and improvements such as the Council Audio/Visual systems, software upgrades to core financial systems, Land Management, Asset Management, Data and Content Management, continuous improvement to the cybersecurity posture of the City, along with achieving operational efficiencies and cost reductions. We have already worked on several of the projects that are marked as complete in Attachment 1. We are actively working on other projects that require project and program management for which we have the knowledge, experience, and expertise towards providing a successful implementation. Importantly, we have till now helped save the organization over $50,000 by recommending new support and maintenance contracts; and re-negotiating the existing ones. OUR PROPOSAL E-Ikon, LLC will provide consulting and project management services to IT Division for all the projects listed in Attachment 1. In addition, we will also support IT with the following services: • Advise and guide the IT Manager on various technology initiatives and succession planning opportunities. E-Ikon, LLC. 0000 Xxxxxx Xx. | Palo Alto | CA 94306 | (000) 000-0000 | | DocuSign Envelope ID: 9E369EFC-630A-4C4A-BCD4-ED8A215742C1 DocuSign Envelope ID: ED4C3D23-DC2A-48FD-8ACB-93925934559F • Work closely with the IT manager to maintain a strong cybersecurity posture and managing IT initiatives in all areas (security, infrastructure, software, and web). • Perform program and project management for infrastructure, network, security, and software. • Work with the IT Manager to guide and develop the fiscal year operating budget. • Prepare project reports, dashboards, and executive briefings’ presentations. • Through observations, identify organizational initiatives to improve customer service and service delivery effectiveness.
THE OPPORTUNITY. XxXxxx lived in Freeport, Grand Bahamas for nearly three years developing various opportunities relating to healthy, eco-friendly products. XxXxxx has several products that he wishes to market in the USA, the Bahamas and abroad. XxXxxx has moved to Australia and organized a Group of businesses and individuals (the “Group”) who wish to collaborate in development, production, sales and marketing of these and other products. XxXxxx has created a scenario where Cloudburst, through their affiliated group of companies, will transfer products, licenses, distribution rights, sales and know-how to Choose Rain in exchange for common shares in Choose Rain, Inc.
THE OPPORTUNITY. The RM6018 Research Marketplace DPS Agreement will provide central government and wider public sector departments with the opportunity to procure an extensive range of research services via a comprehensive number of suppliers. Upon application to join the RM6018 DPS Agreement, bidders are required to indicate which categories and services they are able to bid for. It is therefore essential that bidders select the exact elements relevant to their service offering in order to be invited to the relevant competitions. Customers will use the service element filters as detailed in Annex A (Research Services Matrix) of this Customer Needs document and Section 2 (Services Offered), Part A (Specification) of the RM6018 Research Marketplace DPS Agreement, to short list appointed suppliers offering their service requirements and invite to competition. Customers may enter into a contract with you for a period of their determining, which may exceed the duration of the RM6018 DPS Agreement, should this agreement be terminated at any point in time. The flexibility of the contracting period allows the customer to determine appropriate contracting timelines required in order that the supplier can meet the needs of the customer for large and complex projects. How will the services within the DPS for RM6018 Research Marketplace be organised? The RM6018 DPS will be organised into distinct categories so:
THE OPPORTUNITY. The adoption of certified EHR systems and the capability to connect and interoperate with HIOs and other interoperable EHR systems is or should be a concern to all stakeholders in a healthcare system. Historically each connection between an EHR and an HIO or other endpoints represents a significant expenditure of resources to develop custom interfaces, and thereby limiting the benefits to all stakeholders. Existing methods are costly, take time and often deliver only a small portion of possible benefits. Approaches such as point-to-point interfaces, the Direct Project, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise and others exist, but have had limited adoption or are still in the standards development phase. An opportunity exists to leverage current HL7 standards using interface and interoperability features already built into most EHR software to create SPECIFICATIONS that the PARTIES can support. The goal is to achieve a win-win approach for all stakeholders, based on a substantial adoption growth curve, by providing valuable connection capabilities and reducing the overall connection cost through the SPECIFICATIONS. The result will be a more robust EHR product with pre-integrated data sharing capabilities for healthcare providers that, in turn, will promote adoption of truly interoperable EHRs. The potential for technology to support a larger transformation and enable HIE is increasingly apparent and the federally designated Regional Extension Centers (“REC”) in California provide critical technical assistance to the broadest range of providers. The work of HIOs is difficult and REC helps to promote health data liquidity to enable providers, patients, healthcare organizations and other stakeholders to ensure that the right information is available, for the right patient, at the right time, ensuring that the highest quality health care is delivered in the most cost-effective manner. True transformation will depend on the conversion of a traditional, disparate, paper-based system into a statewide health information network based on the electronic exchange of data serving the needs of patients, providers and health care decision makers. The goal is to work in collaboration and harness REC services that provide an increase of EHR adoption, dissemination of health Information Technology (“IT”) best practices and other health IT initiatives to strengthen HIE efforts. While UCDHS IPHI proposes through this AGREEMENT a set of SPECIFICATIONS that EHR vendors, HIE vendo...
THE OPPORTUNITY. The RM6200 Artificial Intelligence DPS Agreement will provide central government and wider public sector departments with the opportunity to procure an extensive range of artificial intelligence services via a comprehensive number of suppliers. Upon application to join the RM6200 DPS Agreement, bidders are required to indicate which categories and services they are able to bid for. It is therefore essential that bidders select the exact elements relevant to their service offering in order to be invited to the relevant competitions. Customers will use the product and service element filters as detailed in Attachment 1 Artificial Intelligence Product and Services Matrix, to shortlist appointed suppliers offering their service requirements and invite them to competition. What is a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS)? A DPS is a public sector sourcing tool for common goods and services under regulation 34 (Dynamic Purchasing Systems) of the PCR 2015. Bidders can apply to join at any point and don’t require any special IT equipment as a DPS eliminates unnecessary activity for the bidder, up front: CCS Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) Artificial Intelligence Compliance achieved Multiple Suppliers Suppliers Request to Participate (RtP) in the DPS Suppliers can apply to join DPS at any point DPS Selection criteria satisfied DPS Agreement Terms & Conditions accepted Suppliers accepted to the DPS – DPS Agreement executed Multiple Customers Customers Call for Competition through the DPS Publish Call for Competition Capable DPS Suppliers respond Customers evaluate Supplier responses Supplier(s) Awarded a Contract How will the services within the DPS for RM6200 Artificial Intelligence be organised? The RM6200 DPS will be organised into distinct categories so: ● Bidders can indicate all elements relevant to their service offering, ● Customers can filter the elements to produce a shortlist of appointed suppliers to invite to a competition.
THE OPPORTUNITY. 1.2.1. The RM3824 – XXXXX DPS Agreement will provide central government and wider public sector departments with the opportunity to procure goods and services for heat networks and electricity generation assets as detailed in Attachment 1 - XXXXX Services Matrix of this Bid Pack and within the DPS Schedule 2 (Goods and/or Services and Key Performance Indicators) via a comprehensive number of suppliers.
THE OPPORTUNITY. Historically when two Japanese parties are in a dis- pute, they will go to great lengths to resolve the dis- pute between themselves. I am told that Japanese parties are very reluctant to bring lawsuits. They will do everything humanly possible to reach a negotiated settlement. Sometimes, however, they are unable to settle and then someone commences a lawsuit. That final step to pursue litigation is seen as a fail- ure. This is particularly true for middle management as viewed by their superiors. That final step has seri- ous and dire consequences for a Japanese party: the relationship with the other party will in all likelihood change drastically, and the change will be for the worse. The dispute becomes public. Even after a set- tlement of the lawsuit the parties will no longer have an ongoing friendly relationship or do business together, and the animosity and hard feelings tend to be permanent rather than transitory. The impact may go further, spreading like the ripples in a pond when a stone is dropped into it. Future business may be cut off from, not only the party, but from their associ- ates, business partners, and others in the industry. Japan does have a court supervised “mediation” system that can be utilized prior to filing a lawsuit. However, the Japanese reluctance to file a lawsuit may also extend to this governmental mediation sys- tem, which may be seen as another form of “taking the dispute to court” with its attendant undesirable consequences. Further, as these mediators normally hear the case and offer their proposed resolution, it is a third party solution rather than one negotiated between the parties. Once litigation is begun, I am also told that the Japanese general public and the business community have great faith in the Japanese courts and the Japan- ese judges. Japanese judges do provide mediation in a very active and serious way to the parties in a law- suit. Cases very often do settle under the firm prod- ding of the judge. Parties respect the courts and the judges, and even an adverse decision by a Japanese court is generally accepted and respected by the los- 57 Article 91(2)(ii) and (iii) of the Chile/Japan Agreement * Arbitrator and Mediator, Attorney-at-Law, L.L.B. Harvard Law School 1958 ing party as a reasonable and just result. In this atmosphere, once the litigation has begun, parties may be reluctant to turn to arbitration or mediation as an alternative to the court proceeding. This is espe- cially true in the case o...
THE OPPORTUNITY. This is an opportunity for the Foundation to make a great leap forward in the area of habitat restoration. It is a rare opportunity to convert 150 acres of old pasture to native prairie. When it comes to size of restorations larger tracts are better. Area sensitive species respond positively to habitat. A site this size would create a “source” area for pheasant that would subsequently supply the surrounding private land with pheasant. WHIP can provide the avenue and means to make this happen provided the request is granted. VCCDF points to consider at Jordan Creek site
THE OPPORTUNITY. Cadw is offering a rare, notable and substantial opportunity, preferably for a local, independent, business to establish, run and manage the unique mobile catering facility at Chepstow Castle. The Chepstow Castle pop-up catering unit is immediately available and it is hoped that from 1st April, 2023, this will be run by a third party operator selected, following this Expression of Interest process.


  • Corporate Opportunity During the Employment Period, Executive shall submit to the Board all business, commercial and investment opportunities or offers presented to Executive, or of which Executive becomes aware, at any time during the Employment Period, which opportunities relate to the business of designing, manufacturing, marketing, or selling electromechanical or electronic sensors or controls (“Corporate Opportunities”). During the Employment Period, unless approved by the Board, Executive shall not accept or pursue, directly or indirectly, any Corporate Opportunities on Executive’s own behalf.

  • Corporate Opportunities Notwithstanding anything contained in this Agreement or under Applicable Law to the contrary (to the full extent permitted by Applicable Law), (i) the Initial Shareholders, the Xxxxxxx Shareholder and their respective Affiliates (A) may engage in or possess an interest in other business ventures of any nature and description (whether similar or dissimilar to the business of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries), independently or with others, and none of the Company, any Subsidiary, any other Shareholder, and each of their respective Affiliates shall have any right by virtue of this Agreement in or to any such investment or interest of the Enstar Shareholder, the Trident Shareholders, the Xxxxxxx Shareholder, any Enstar Director or any Trident Director and any of its or their respective Affiliates to any income or profits derived therefrom, and the pursuit of any such venture shall not be deemed wrongful or improper, and (B) shall not be obligated to present any investment opportunity to the Company or any Subsidiary even if such opportunity is of a character that, if presented to the Company or any Subsidiary, could be taken by the Company or such Subsidiary, and (ii) the parties hereby waive (and the Company shall cause the Subsidiaries to waive) to the fullest extent permitted by law any fiduciary or other duty of the Initial Shareholders, the Xxxxxxx Shareholder and the Enstar Directors and Trident Directors not expressly set forth in this Agreement, including fiduciary or other duties that may be related to or associated with self-dealing, corporate opportunities or otherwise, in each case so long as such Person acts in a manner consistent with this Agreement.

  • Interviewing Opportunity A representative of the Union or Xxxxxxx shall be given an opportunity to interview each new Employee within regular working hours, without loss of pay, for a maximum of thirty (30) minutes during the first month of employment for the purpose of acquainting the new Employee with the benefits and duties of Union membership and its responsibilities and obligations to the Employer and the Union.

  • Training Opportunities The requirements of Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, as amended, 12 U.S.C. 1701u ("Section 3"), requiring that to the greatest extent feasible opportunities for training and employment be given to lower income residents of the project area and agreements for work in connection with the project be awarded to business concerns which are located in, or owned in substantial part by persons residing in, the areas of the project. Borrower agrees to include the following language in all subcontracts executed under this Agreement:

  • EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY The Property is offered in compliance with Federal, State, and local anti-discrimination laws.

  • Business Opportunities None of the Sole Member, any Director or any of their respective Affiliates who acquires knowledge of a potential transaction, agreement, arrangement or other matter that may be an opportunity for the Company, shall have any duty to communicate or offer such opportunity to the Company or the Partnership, and such Persons shall not be liable to the Company or the Sole Member for breach of any duty by reason of the fact that such Person pursues or acquires for itself, directs such opportunity to another Person or does not communicate such opportunity or information to the Company; provided such Sole Member, Director or any of their Affiliates do not engage in such business or activity using confidential or proprietary information provided by or on behalf of the Company to such Persons.

  • Opportunities During his employment with the Company, and for one year thereafter, Executive shall not take any action which might divert from the Company any opportunity learned about by him during his employment with the Company (including without limitation during the Employment Term) which would be within the scope of any of the businesses then engaged in or planned to be engaged in by the Company.

  • Other Business Opportunities The Member and any person or entity affiliated with the Member may engage in or possess an interest in other business opportunities or ventures (unconnected with the Company) of every kind and description, independently or with others, including, without limitation, businesses that may compete with the Company. Neither the Member or any person or entity affiliated with the Member shall be required to present any such business opportunity or venture to the Company, even if the opportunity is of the character that, if presented to the Company, could be taken by it. Neither the Company nor any person or entity affiliated with the Company shall have any rights in or to such business opportunities or ventures or the income or profits derived therefrom by virtue of this Agreement, notwithstanding any duty otherwise existing at law or in equity. The provisions of this Section shall apply to the Member solely in its capacity as member of the Company and shall not be deemed to modify any contract or arrangement, including, without limitation, any noncompete provisions, otherwise agreed to by the Company and the Member.

  • Advertising Prohibition Provider is prohibited from using Student Data to (a) market or advertise to students or families/guardians; (b) inform, influence, or enable marketing or advertising efforts by a Provider; (c) develop a profile of a student, family member/guardian or group, for any commercial purpose other than providing the Service to Client; or (d) use the Student Data for the development of commercial products or services, other than as necessary to provide the Service to Client.