Type II Sample Clauses

Type II. The Government will provide and maintain all JTCTS-unique internal and external equipment required to perform these missions. The contractor shall maintain all interface wiring. As this requirement matures, the contractor may be required to work with the Government to integrate this equipment into its aircraft, including STCs if required, at Government expense. Preliminary/prototype equipment may be provided during the first contract year, with production equipment provided during the first option year.
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Type II. Upon completion of Type II supplemental activities, the advisor must write a letter identifying duties completed. This letter is to be signed by the principal and submitted to the treasurer for payment at the end of the current school year. All Type 2 supplementals will be paid in a separate pay on or before June 30 of each year of the contract. All Type 2 supplementals will receive a 1% (one percent) increase on BA+0 for the 2016 – 2017 year only.
Type II. 2.1 SAS70 Type II and TG-3 Audits. No later than December 31, 2009, and at least once per calendar year thereafter, Infonox shall (i) have a nationally-recognized accounting firm conduct a “SAS70 Type II” audit in accordance with the Statement of Auditing Standards developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and have such accounting firm issue a Service Auditor’s Report Type II (or substantially similar report in the event the SAS70 Type II auditing standard and/or a Service Auditors Report Type II are no longer an industry standard) which shall cover, at a minimum, security policies and procedures and controls, including without limitation, system security and physical security and (ii) have a nationally-recognized and certified auditor conduct a Technical Guideline #3, or TG-3, audit. Infonox shall provide GCA and its independent auditors with a copy of the SAS70 TYPE II and TG-3 audit reports promptly upon the completion thereof. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, each audit shall be designed and conducted to facilitate periodic compliance reporting by GCA under the Xxxxxxxx-Xxxxx Act of 2002 (and related regulations) and comparable laws in other jurisdictions.
Type II. See-through Buffer. Type II landscaping is intended to create a visual separation between uses and zones. Type II landscaping shall consist of:
Type II. Select JMF mix design procedure (a) or (b) from Table 404-1. For the selected design procedure (a) or (b), provide an asphalt concrete mixture of aggregate, asphalt binder, recycled asphalt pavement (RAP), and additives that meets the applicable aggregate gradation in Table 703-4 for No. 4 (4.75 mm) nominal maximum size aggregate (NMSA),
Type II. Upon completion of Type II supplemental activities, the advisor must write a letter identifying duties completed. This letter is to be signed by the principal and submitted to the treasurer for payment at the end of the current school year.

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