Virginia Public Procurement Act Sample Clauses

Virginia Public Procurement Act. Ocustomer that is neither a unit of Texas Local Government nor a Non-Texas State agency or unit of local government of another state hereby certifies that it has statutory authority to enter in to this Interstate Cooperation Contract and perform its duties hereunder pursuant to
Virginia Public Procurement Act. Contractor agrees to comply with all of the mandatory provisions of the Virginia Public Procurement Act, which are incorporated herein by reference, including those concerning non-discrimination, payment of subcontractors, employment of aliens, maintaining a drug free workplace and maintaining all state licenses and SCC corporate registration. Contractor’s tax identification number is .
Virginia Public Procurement Act. This solicitation is subject to the provisions of the Commonwealth of Virginia VPPA and any changes or revisions thereto, which are hereby incorporated into this contract in their entirety. The procedure for filing contractual claims is in section § 2.2-4363 of the VPPA. A copy of the VPPA is available for review at the purchasing office and is accessible on the Internet at www.eva.virginia.gov under “I Buy for Virginia.”
Virginia Public Procurement Act. The Lessee agrees to adhere to the Virginia Public Procurement Act if required to by DHCD. The Lessee must submit to the Town, prior to execution, any contracts that potentially involve funds arising out of the Industrial Revitalization Fund.
Virginia Public Procurement Act. This solicitation is subject to the applicable provisions of the Virginia Public Procurement Act, 2.2-4300, et seq., Code of Virginia (1950), as amended (“VPPA”), which are hereby incorporated into the Contract for this procurement in their entirety. Terms and conditions of this IFB not in conflict with the VPPA shall control. The procedure for filing contractual claims is as follows: Contractor’s claims, disputes and other matters relating to the acceptability of the work, the interpretation or the requirements of the Contract, or the performance or furnishing of the work, including, without limitation, requests for changes in the amount to be paid under the Agreement or increases in the time, shall be submitted to AHSB’s designated representative in writing with a request for a formal decision. Contractor shall deliver written notice with supporting data for each such claim, dispute, or other matter promptly, but in no event later than 60 calendar days after final payment; however,written notice of the contractor’s intention to file a claim shall be given at the time of the occurrence or beginning of the work upon which the claim is based. Contractor’s failure to submit written notice of such claim, dispute, or other matter with supporting data to AHSB’s designated representative within the time specified shall be deemed to be and shall constitute a waiver by Contractor of any and all claims for such matters and shall be an absolute bar to any future claim or suit against AHSB for damages or relief of any kind based upon such occurrence or event. AHSB’s designated representative shall deliver a decision regarding such claim or dispute within 60 days of receipt of such claim. In reviewing any such claim or dispute, AHSB may request any additional information or documentation from Contractor or other parties and may utilize appropriate assistance from other sources. Any final decision in writing by AHSB shall be issued to Contractorwithin ninety (90) calendar days from the later of: (i) receipt of the written claim; or (ii) receipt of any additional information requested from the Contractor. Failure of AHSB to render a decision within ninety (90) days shall be deemed a final decision denying the claim and shall not result in the Contractor being awarded the relief claimed or in any other relief or penalty.
Virginia Public Procurement Act. If the award is made to a faith-based organization, the organization shall not discriminate against any recipient of goods, services, or disbursements made pursuant to the contract on the basis of the recipient's religion, religious belief, refusal to participate in a religious practice, or on the basis of race, age, color, gender or national origin and shall be subject to the same rules as other organizations that contract with HRSD to account for the use of the funds provided; however, if the faith-based organization segregates HRSD funds into separate accounts, only the accounts and programs funded with HRSD funds shall be subject to audit by HRSD, (Code of Virginia). In every contract over $10,000 the provisions in 1 and 2 below apply:

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