Transportation. If transportation is specified “FOB Origin,” (a) no insurance cost shall be allowed unless authorized in writing and (b) the bill of lading shall indicate that transportation is for DOE and the actual total transportation charges paid to the carrier(s) by Company shall be reimbursed by the Government pursuant to Contract No. DE-AC05-00OR22725. Confirmation may be made by the DOE Oak Ridge Office, Contracts Division, P.O. Box 2001, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-8756.
Transportation. All prices must be FOB Destination, prepaid and allowed (with freight included in the price), to the ordering entity’s receiving dock or warehouse, or as otherwise instructed on the purchase order by the ordering entity. In those situations in which the “deliver-to” address has no receiving dock or agents, the Contractor must be able to deliver to the person specified on the purchase order.
Transportation. Transportation expenses include, but are not limited to airplane, train, bus, and taxi fares, rental cars, parking, mileage reimbursement and tolls that are reasonably and necessarily incurred as a result of conducting State business. Each State agency shall determine the method of and necessity for travel. Transportation will be accomplished and reimbursed in accordance with the best interest of the State. An employee who chooses and is approved to use an alternate method of transportation will be reimbursed only for the method that reflects the best interest of the State.
Transportation. The School may provide its own transportation services, provide transportation through an agreement or contract with a private provider, or access any other school transportation provided to it by law. The School shall ensure the safety of students in any transportation arrangement and shall comply with state and county requirements pertaining to vehicles and drivers that transport students.
Transportation. The School District will provide for such student transportation as may be required to and from the College as required under State law, and for any off-site academic course assignments which require the Student to travel to satisfy course objectives that could include, without limitation, museum visits or job-site internships, or approved School and College field trips or extra-curricular activities, each pursuant to applicable School District rules and procedures.
Transportation. Transportation expenses include, but are not limited to, airplane, train, bus, taxi fares, rental cars, parking, mileage reimbursement, and tolls that are reasonably and necessarily incurred as a result of conducting State business. Each State agency shall determine the necessity for travel, and the mode of travel to be reimbursed.