Type II Sample Clauses

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. 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.

Related to Type II

  • Design Requirements 9.2.1. Metal liner The compressive stress in the liner at zero pressure and 15 °C shall not cause the liner to buckle or crease.

  • Traceability 11.1 Under the terms of this Agreement, Supplier shall have and operate a process to ensure that all Products, sub-assemblies and the components contained therein supplied to the Buyer are completely Traceable back to manufacturer by batch or lot or date code.

  • REQUIREMENTS TO APPLICABLE PHYSICAL GOODS In the case of physical goods (e.g. equipment, material, supplies, as opposed to services), all Products offered must comply with any applicable provisions of the Texas Business and Commerce Code, Title 1, Chapter 2 and with at least the following:

  • Food Service Waste Reduction Requirements Contractor shall comply with the Food Service Waste Reduction Ordinance, as set forth in San Francisco Environment Code Chapter 16, including but not limited to the remedies for noncompliance provided therein.

  • Identity Verification You agree to provide us with the information we request for the purposes of identity verification and the detection of money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, or any other financial crime and permit us to keep a record of such information. You will need to complete certain verification procedures before you are permitted to use the Services and your access to the Services may be altered as a result of information collected on an ongoing basis. The information we request may include certain personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, taxpayer identification number, government identification number, and information regarding your bank account (such as the name of the bank, the account type, routing number, and account number). In providing us with this or any other information that may be required, you confirm that the information is accurate and authentic. You agree to update this information and keep it current at all times. You authorize us to make the inquiries, whether directly or through third parties, that we consider appropriate, in our sole discretion, to verify your identity or protect you and/or us against fraud or other financial crimes, and to take action we reasonably deem necessary based on the results of such inquiries.

  • Medical Verification The County may require a physician's certification of the nature and duration of an employee's disability or absences from work for absences exceeding three (3) days, of an employee's ability to return to work, and/or of an employee's ability to continue the full performance of his or her duties.

  • JOC - PRICING OF Regular Hours Coefficient What is your regular hours coefficient for the RS Means Price Book? (FAILURE TO RESPOND PROHIBITS PART 2 JOC EVALUATION) Remember that this is a ceiling price proposed. You can discount lower than your proposed contract coefficient, but not higher. This is one of three pricing questions that are required for consideration for award on this solicitation. Please consider your answer carefully. An explanation of the TIPS scoring of pricing is included in the attachments for your information. The below is an Example of how pricing model works (not intended to influence your proposed coefficient, you should propose a coefficient that you determine is right for your business): To propose the exact pricing as the RS Means Unit Price Book, you would insert a 1.0 and to propose a 5% discount for the RS Means Price Book would be a .95 regular hours coefficient and so on.

  • Prescription Safety Glasses Prescription safety glasses will be furnished by the employer. The employer retains the authority to establish reasonable rules and procedures regarding frequency of issue, replacement of damaged glasses, limits on reimbursement costs and coordination with the employer’s vision plan.

  • REQUIRED FOR PART 2 JOC - PRICING OF Regular Hours Coefficient What is your regular hours coefficient for the RS Means Price Book? (FAILURE TO RESPOND PROHIBITS PART 2 JOC EVALUATION) Remember that this is a ceiling price proposed. You can discount lower than your proposed contract coefficient, but not higher. This is one of three pricing questions that are required for consideration for award on this solicitation. Please consider your answer carefully. An explanation of the TIPS scoring of pricing is included in the attachments for your information. The below is an Example of how pricing model works (not intended to influence your proposed coefficient, you should propose a coefficient that you determine is right for your business): To propose the exact pricing as the RS Means Unit Price Book, you would insert a 1.0 and to propose a 5% discount for the RS Means Price Book would be a .95 regular hours coefficient and so on.

  • Prescription Drugs The agreement may impose a variety of limits affecting the scope or duration of benefits that are not expressed numerically. An example of these types of treatments limit is preauthorization. Preauthorization is applied to behavioral health services in the same way as medical benefits. The only exception is except where clinically appropriate standards of care may permit a difference. Mental disorders are covered under Section A. Mental Health Services. Substance use disorders are covered under Section