The Plan Administrator Sample Clauses

The Plan Administrator. The Plan Administrator shall have responsibility and discretionary authority to control the operation and administration of the Plan in accordance with the provisions of Article IX of the Plan, including, without limiting, the generality of the foregoing:
The Plan Administrator. The Plan Administrator is HireRight Holdings Corporation, acting through its officers. The Administrator may at any time delegate (exclusively or non-exclusively) to any other named person or body, or reassume therefrom, any of its responsibilities or administrative duties with respect to the Plan. Subject to the limitations of the Plan, the Plan Administrator may, in its sole and absolute discretion, make such rules and regulations as it deems necessary or proper for the administration of the Plan and the transaction of business thereunder; interpret the Plan; decide on questions as to the eligibility of any person to receive benefits and the amount of such benefits; authorize the payment of benefits in such manner and at such times as the Plan Administrator may determine; prescribe forms to be used for making various elections under the Plan, for applying for benefits and for any other purposes of the Plan, which prescribed forms in all cases must be executed and filed with the Plan Administrator (unless the Plan Administrator shall otherwise determine), and take such other action or make such determinations in accordance with the Plan as it deems appropriate. The Plan Administrator shall also have discretion and authority to interpret Plan terms to reflect the Company’s intent. In the event of a scrivener’s error that renders a Plan term inconsistent with the Company’s intent, the Company’s intent controls, and any inconsistent Plan term is made expressly subject to this requirement. The Plan Administrator has the authority to review any extrinsic evidence of intent to conform the Plan term to be consistent with the Company’s intent. Any determination made by the Plan Administrator shall be given deference in the event it is subject to judicial review and shall be followed in all instances unless it is arbitrary and capricious. No individuals (other than as specifically authorized by the Plan Administrator) have any authority to interpret the Plan (or other official Plan documents) or to make any promises to you about the Plan or the benefits it provides. Only written advice from the Plan Administrator may be relied upon with respect to any features of the Plan.
The Plan Administrator. The Corporation shall be the "Plan Administrator" of the Plan as defined by ERISA Section 3(16)(A).
The Plan Administrator. The District shall be the Plan Administrator, unless the School Board, at its sole discretion, selects another person to serve as the Plan Administrator. The Plan Administrator shall hold office until the School Board appoints another person to serve in the Plan Administrator’s place or until he or she resigns. The Plan Administrator may resign at any time on giving written notice to the District and he or she shall be deemed to have resigned upon leaving the employ of the District. In the event of a vacancy in the position of Plan Administrator, any officer of the District shall have authority to act as the Plan Administrator.
The Plan Administrator. 5.1 The Plan Administrator (Administrator) shall carry out the duties assigned to him under the Plan and the Custodial Agreement. He shall perform the duties of the "plan administrator" under Title I of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as now in effect and hereafter amended including successor sections ("ERISA"), and shall be a "Named Fiduciary" under Part 4 of said Title I. If more than one person is named as Administrator, all of them shall exercise their duties in concert and, to the extent required by ERISA, have responsibility for each other's actions; but they may allocate their duties among themselves by written agreement communicated to the Employer (if any, otherwise to a majority of the persons referred to in the third sentence of 5.2), in which case none of them shall be responsible for acts or omissions of another except as required by Section 405(c)(2) of ERISA. In any event, the Custodian may (but need not) rely upon instructions appearing to be genuine instructions from any Administrator as being the will of all of them, as if no allocation were made, without duty of further inquiry.
The Plan Administrator 

Related to The Plan Administrator

  • Plan Administrator Employees must elect a plan administrator during their initial enrollment in Advantage and may change their plan administrator election only during the annual open enrollment and when permitted under Section 5. Dependents must be enrolled through the same plan administrator as the employee.

  • Administrator The Trustees may in their discretion from time to time enter into one or more contracts whereby the other party or parties shall undertake to furnish the Trust with administrative services. The contract or contracts shall be on such terms and conditions as the Trustees may in their discretion determine.

  • The Committee For purposes of this Agreement, the term “Committee” means the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of the Company or any replacement committee established under, and as more fully defined in, the Plan.

  • Claims Administrator The entity engaged by DCH to provide Administrative Service(s) to the CMO Plans in connection with processing and adjudicating risk-based payment, and recording health benefit encounter Claims for Members. Clean Claim: A claim received by the CMO for adjudication, in a nationally accepted format in compliance with standard coding guidelines, which requires no further information, adjustment, or alteration by the Provider of the services in order to be processed and paid by the CMO. The following exceptions apply to this definition: i. A Claim for payment of expenses incurred during a period of time for which premiums are delinquent; ii. A Claim for which Fraud is suspected; and iii. A Claim for which a Third Party Resource should be responsible. Cold-Call Marketing: Any unsolicited personal contact by the CMO Plan, with a potential Member, for the purposes of marketing. Completion/Implementation Timeframe: The date or time period projected for a project goal or objective to be met, for progress to be demonstrated or for a proven intervention to be established as the standard of care for the Contractor.

  • Plan Administration The Plan is administered by the Committee, which has sole and exclusive power and discretion to interpret, administer, implement and construe the Plan and this Agreement. All elections, notices and correspondence relating to the Plan should be directed to the Secretary at: Chart Industries, Inc. One Infinity Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx, XX 00000 Attn.: Secretary

  • Benefits Committee A benefits committee comprised of equal representation from ETFO, OPSBA, the Crown, and ETFO ELHT shall convene upon request to address all matters that may arise in the operation of the ETFO ELHT.

  • Named Fiduciary The Company shall be the named fiduciary and plan administrator under this Agreement. It may delegate to others certain aspects of the management and operational responsibilities including the employment of advisors and the delegation of ministerial duties to qualified individuals.