United States Government Sample Clauses

United States Government. The Software and accompanying Documentation are deemed to be “commercial computer software” and “commercial computer software documentation,” respectively, pursuant to DFAR Section 227.7202 and FAR Section 12.212, as applicable (and as amended or superceded). Any use, modification, reproduction, release, performance, display or disclosure of the Software and accompanying Documentation by the United States Government shall be governed solely by the terms of this EULA and shall be prohibited except to the extent expressly permitted by the terms of this EULA.
United States Government. This Agreement is subordinate to the provisions and requirements of any existing or future agreement between the County and the United States, relative to the development, operation, or maintenance of the airport. Failure of the Lessee or any occupant to comply with the requirements of any existing or future agreement between the County and the United States, which failure continues after reasonable notice to make appropriate corrections, will be cause for immediate termination of Lessee’s rights under this Agreement that are in conflict with obligations to the United States Government.
United States Government. Transfer possession of the Aircraft, Airframe or any Engine to the Government pursuant to a contract or to the Civil Reserve Air Fleet Program or any similar or substitute programs;
United States Government. The Software is a commercial product, licensed on the open market; developed entirely at private expense; and without the use of any U.S. Government funds. Use, duplication or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in the clause at FAR 52.227-14.
United States Government. Subject Matter Expert / Advisor A self-described “Houser,” Scott most recently served on the Presidential Transition Team where he led the efforts to prepare both Secretary Ben Carson and Deputy Secretary Pamela Patenaude for their Senate confirmation hearings and to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in their roles as the department’s principal staff. During the Obama Administration, Scott worked closely with HUD and housing think tanks to improve program efficiency and performance, and during the Bush Administration he served as the Secretary’s most senior policy advisor as one of his chiefs of staff. President Bush nominated Scott for the position of Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations in 2006. Texas General Land Office (GLO), Hurricane Harvey Subject Matter Expert / Advisor | December 2017Present Scott counsels the Texas GLO regarding its management of five distinct and unprecedented FEMA housing recovery programs including: permanent and temporary housing repair, direct and multifamily leasing, and manufactured housing recovery programs. GLO’s programs and HORNE’s efforts will serve over 40,000 homeowners impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Client Reference: Mark Havens, Chief Clerk & Deputy Land Commissioner, 1700 North Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701, mark.havens@glo.texas.gov, 512-936-4441 Northwell Health / Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH), Super Storm Sandy Mitigation Funds Consulting Subject Matter Expert | March 2016 - Present Scott provides expert consultation guiding the Hospital through the federal requirements associated with their coordinated match project which capitalizes on mitigation funds available to Super Storm Sandy grantees through multiple disaster recovery programs. Client Reference: Otto VonEilbergh, Director – Capital Projects, Corporate Facilities Services, Northwell Health, 475 Seaview Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10305, Ovoneilber@Northwell.edu, 718-226-6324 Texas GLO, Disaster Recovery Programs Director of Housing Programs | August 2013 – Present Scott currently oversees HORNE’s CDBG-DR programs across the State of Texas. His responsibilities include program oversight and client management services for $400 million in CDBG-DR housing funds. Scott directs program activities for Galveston County, City of Galveston, City of Houston, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, and Southeast Texas Regional Planning Commission. His responsibilities include client man...
United States Government. Revenue Rule 69-545, 1969-2 C.B 117. 1969.
United States Government. The United States Government global health initiative strategy. 2011, p. 21.
United States Government. When Customer is a unit or agency of the United States and/or any of its instrumentalities (“Government”) or when the Cloud Product is used for the benefit of a unit or an agency of the Government, this provision applies: The Cloud Product shall be deemed “commercial computer software” and “commercial computer software documentationpursuant to DFAR Section 227.7202 and FAR Section 12.212 (and any successor sections). The use of the Cloud Product including, but not limited to, its reproduction and display, by the Government, shall be governed by this Agreement. Under no circumstances shall eGain be obligated to comply with any Government requirements regarding cost or pricing data or cost accounting requirements. For any Customer use of the Cloud Products that would require compliance by eGain with such Government requirements or in any manner affect eGain’s rights in the Cloud Products, Customer must notify eGain of said Government requirement and obtain a waiver or exemption from such requirements for the benefit of eGain before any Government access to the Cloud Products.
United States Government. Requirements for 501(c)(3) Hospitals Under the Affordable Care ActSection 501(r). In: Internal Revenue Service; Updated 20-Sept-2019.
United States Government. If the Guard Encryption Service is accessed or used by any agency or other part of the U.S. Government, you and the U.S. Government acknowledge that (i) the Guard Encryption Service and accompanying materials constitute "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation" under paragraphs 252.227.14 and 252.227.7202 of the DoD Supplement to the Federal Acquisition Regulations ("DFARS") or any successor regulations, and the Government is acquiring only the usage rights specifically granted in this License; (ii) the Guard Encryption Service constitutes "restricted computer software" under paragraph 52.227-19 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations ("FAR") or any successor regulations and the government's usage rights are defined in this License and the FAR.